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20 hours ago, ninersdd said:

49ers have turned the clock back to the 80s and 90s today. Way too easy!

 

They might be 4-0 (home games with Steelers & Browns) going into the Rams game but the loss of Staley stings big time. 

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15 hours ago, Crabcake47 said:

Bill Polian punching the air rn. 

 

Next week is going to be lit. Mahomes vs. Jackson in what hopefully becomes a regular bout for AFC supremacy once TB retires.

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2 hours ago, McCarthy said:

 

you're going to luck into the next Roethlisberger in your first bad season in 15 years. I'd bet my house on this. 

The moment Rodgers was drafted by Green Bay, I knew he’d be a superstar.

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3 hours ago, McCarthy said:

 

you're going to luck into the next Roethlisberger in your first bad season in 15 years. I'd bet my house on this. 

 

Please be wrong . . . Please be wrong . . . Please be wrong.

 

I'm hoping this isn't 2004 redux, with Roethlisberger playing the role of the injured Tommy Maddox.

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It wouldn't surprise me at all if Big Ben calls it quits, with this injury.  He's been talking retirement for the last few years, and I know he just signed an extension this past offseason.  However, he wouldn't be the first star player to walk away from the middle of a big-money contract.

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1 hour ago, leopard88 said:

 

Please be wrong . . . Please be wrong . . . Please be wrong.

 

I'm hoping this isn't 2004 redux, with Roethlisberger playing the role of the injured Tommy Maddox.

 

I typed a whole bunch of stuff about how it should feel good that the world's fattest piece of human s*** and the worst people alive finally have to choke on a season, but I don't know that they will yet and also I'm pretty sure that in a year it'll end up working out for them so I can't even enjoy this and I cut it out of this post. But no, nothing would surprise me less if Mason Rudolph turns out to be Tom Brady 2. 

 

 

Anyways, the Patriots are going to win the AFC. They'll beat the Chiefs at home in the AFC Championship game because the Jets, Dolphins, and Bills will hand them 5 wins, if not the full 6. If you care about who loses to them in the playoffs then the rest of the field is wide open.

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Brees injury might be enough to take the Saints out of Home-field, but their division is so bad they'l still likely end up 3 seed at worst. 

 

Ben is done I think. If he still wants to play, Steelers should trade him and just fully embrace a rebuild. 

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41 minutes ago, AustinFomBoston said:

Brees injury might be enough to take the Saints out of Home-field, but their division is so bad they'l still likely end up 3 seed at worst. 

I don't know. The Falcons looked pretty solid last night. The Saints could easily lose the division and miss out on the post-season without Brees.

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4 hours ago, Dalcowboyfan92 said:

I didn't watch any of the Dallas game as I was enjoying my Sunday at Knoebels. The score was 31-21, yes, but according to my Dad they played rather sloppy.

 

Well, they have Miami next, a team who's given up about 120 points so far through 2 weeks. At least score 28 guys.

 

Sloppy first quarter, then the Cowboys put their foot on the gas and blew the Redskins out. The game wasn't as close as score indicates. We were down 7-0 early, then outscored the Washington 31-7 before they had a late TD.

 

Definitely some things to clean up. But it's a nice change to play a little sloppy and still blow out a division rival. Last season, yesterday would have been a close game.

 

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54 minutes ago, McCarthy said:

Anyways, the Patriots are going to win the AFC. They'll beat the Chiefs at home in the AFC Championship game because the Jets, Dolphins, and Bills will hand them 5 wins, if not the full 6. If you care about who loses to them in the playoffs then the rest of the field is wide open.

 

You know, I don't mind it. Andy Reid might be one of my least favorite people ever in sports. I'd love for the Chiefs to start winning the minute he meets with an unfortunate accident (e.g., falling off of the top of his Mormon church after being forced up their by the ghosts of his dead sons who he didn't care about). 

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1 hour ago, Ice_Cap said:

I don't know. The Falcons looked pretty solid last night. The Saints could easily lose the division and miss out on the post-season without Brees.

If Falcons are good Saints could miss out on the division. 

But their schedule looks too easy for them to miss out completely. 

Seahawks & Cowboys are their next 2 games, and those might just be their toughest all season. 

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1 hour ago, AustinFomBoston said:

Brees injury might be enough to take the Saints out of Home-field, but their division is so bad they'l still likely end up 3 seed at worst. 

 

Ben is done I think. If he still wants to play, Steelers should trade him and just fully embrace a rebuild. 

 

So if Ben is done, does that mean the Steelers' season is over?

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2 hours ago, Ice_Cap said:

I don't know. The Falcons looked pretty solid last night. The Saints could easily lose the division and miss out on the post-season without Brees.

 

I’d argue that the Falcons didn’t look that good. The Eagles lost an insane number of significant players, and still win the game if Agholor catches an easy ball. Jones is incredible, but they’re pedestrian after that.  

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3 hours ago, neo_prankster said:

 

So if Ben is done, does that mean the Steelers' season is over?

 

Yes, but also it was already done.

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Oh, nice. The Patriots will trade a worthless fourth-round pick for him and become even more embarrassingly stacked now. Sweet product you've got there, NFL.

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1 hour ago, Red Wolf said:

 

Yes, but also it was already done.

 

Yeah, 0-2 actually probably is a pretty big hole with Baltimore's offense clicking the way it is and Cleveland looking to be bitey, if nothing else.

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#Pray4TheJets

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Looks like Miami will trade Minkah Fitzpatrick to the Steelers for a 2020 1st round pick.  

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Jets games are the NFL equivalent of watching a guy getting pantsed for 3 hours. I knew they were probably overrated but Jesus flipping Christ!

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