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  1. With both the NFC and AFC West teams there is no doubt the best teams are in the west. This week most of them appear to have a more difficult challenge ahead of them. Meanwhile most teams that had a bad week last week don't appear to have anything easier, with the exception of Green Bay of course. But was it a bad week for them or was Rodgers intentionally tanking? 🤔
  2. With the season kicking off in a little over a week I figure it's a good time to create the football thread. For the first time in a while no Monday night double header game. Not sure who asked for these prime time games though. But a new season, new expectations, maybe they will be good!
  3. With Covid-19 guidelines in place this is sure to be the healthiest NFL draft on record! First Round Order Jacksonville Jaguars New York Jets San Francisco 49ers (from Miami Dolphins via Houston Texans) Atlanta Falcons Cincinnati Bengals Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia Eagles) Detroit Lions Carolina Panthers Denver Broncos Dallas Cowboys New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami Dolphins via San Francisco 49ers) Los Angeles Chargers Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots Arizona Cardinals Las Vegas Raiders Miami Dolphins Washington Football Team Chicago Bears Indianapolis Colts Tennessee Titans New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks) Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams) Cleveland Browns Baltimore Ravens New Orleans Saints Green Bay Packers Buffalo Bills Baltimore Ravens (from Kansas City Chiefs) Tampa Bay Buccaneers And best news, you'll be able to hug Roger Goodell Commissioner Roger Goodell fully vaccinated, will be allowed to hug draft prospects WWW.NFL.COM The bro hugs are back. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been fully vaccinated, and the league said he will be allowed to give his famous hugs while greeting players at the 2021 NFL Draft, Ian Rapoport reports. First Round Draft Summary
  4. Kansas City Chiefs (14-2) Location: Raymond James Stadium | Tampa, FL Date: February 7 - 6:30 pm est Network: CBS Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5) Special Halftime show: The Weeknd! We've got a player who has played in nearly 1/5th of all Super Bowls against a player who just won his first Super Bowl last year. Should be interesting!
  5. Sunday, January 24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5) 3:05pm ET FOX Green Bay Packers (13-3) Buffalo Bills (13-3) 6:40pm ET CBS Kansas City Chiefs (14-2) You got battle of the old QBs in the early game and the battle of the young QBs in the late game.
  6. Saturday, January 16 LA Rams (10-6) 4:35pm ET FOX Green Bay Packers (13-3) Baltimore Ravens (11-5) 8:15pm ET NBC Buffalo Bills (13-3) Sunday, January 17 Cleveland Browns (11-5) 3:05pm ET CBS Kansas City Chiefs (14-2) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5) 6:40pm ET FOX New Orleans Saints (12-4)
  7. Saturday, January 9 Indianapolis Colts (11-5) 01:05pm ET CBS Buffalo Bills (13-3) LA Rams (10-6) 4:40pm ET FOX Seattle Seahawks (12-4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5) 8:15pm ET NBC Washington Football Team (7-9) Sunday, January 10 Baltimore Ravens (11-5) 1:05pm ET ABC/ESPN Tennessee Titans (11-5) Chicago Bears (8-8) 4:40pm ET CBS New Orleans Saints (12-4) Cleveland Browns (11-5) 8:15pm ET NBC Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4) We get two extra games this week. We will find out of the Bears are worthy of such an honor.
  8. Of course I'm referring to the Jets vs Patriots. Jets screwed their draft stock by winning last week. Patriots have no reason to win and it's probably better for their draft placement if they lose. So who will come out on top? 🤔 As far as playoff scenarios go AFC Titans: Win and they win the division Dolphins: Win and they are in Ravens: Win and they are in. Browns: Win and they are in. Colts: Clinch a spot if they win and any of the above teams lose. NFC Washington: Win and in (and NFC East Champs), no playoffs if lose Rams: In with a win or Bears loss and tie Cardinals: In with a win Bears: Win and in. Also in if Cardinals lose Cowboys: In with a win and need Washington to lose Giants: Win and Washington loss makes this the first NFL team with a 6-10 record to make the playoffs 🤮
  9. Week 16 means playoffs are right around the corner, here are some scenarios: Kansas City Chiefs: Clinch home field advantage and first round bye With a win A Steelers or Bills loss Green Bay Packers: Clinch home field advantage and first round bye If Seahawks lose If Green Bay wins If Green Bay beats the bears next week AFC South champion Titans will win the division if they beat Green Bay and Indianapolis loses at Pittsburgh AFC North Steelers have clinched a spot but not the division Wild Card Depending how AFC North shakes out - Steelers are a lock for the playoffs. Browns need to win and for 1 team (Ravens, Dolphins or Colts) to lose to clinch. Raiders need a lot of things to happen. NFC West champion Seattle wins and they clinch NFC East Champion Washington Football Team clinches with a win and Giants loss NFC South Champion Saints have clinched Wild Card Buccaneers get a wild card if they beat the Lions (TB12 back in the playoffs?) Rams get a wild card if they win. If the Rams lose they get in with a Bears loss or if the Cardinals beat the 49ers Cardinals clinch a spot if they win and Bears lose Bears need to win out and have the Cardinals lose once to get a wild card spot
  10. NFL Football on Saturday was always an end of season tradition. This year it feels like they could have done it way before week 15, but I guess we gotta play (some) of these games on a designated day! Enjoy what mostly looks like assy games. Could we maybe flex KC and New Orleans to a primetime game?
  11. So last week we learned that if you have COVID and delay the games enough you can start the game if it is delayed till Tuesday! This week we will also learn if Seattle can beat a team from New York. What is the most exciting match up this week? Write what you think it is in the comments below!
  12. I find it kind of humorous that after all the shuffling of the schedule around that they played Steelers vs Ravens to Wednesday and had to move the Thursday night game (originally Ravens vs Cowboys) to Tuesday. Why didn't they just put Steelers vs Ravens on Thursday and then move Ravens and Cowboys to Wednesday? (Thursday?) I dunno play two games on Thursday who gives a fuck?
  13. Normally people go out to people's houses for Thanksgiving and don't get to see the games. This year might be different, you could possibly see every game on Thanksgiving this year! But other than the Baltimore game, who would want to watch the other two? Seattle has a primetime game every week it seems. Good for them!
  14. Less than a month ago the Cardinals and Seahawks played an exciting game. This Thursday you can watch the sequel. Then you could probably skip everything until Sunday Night (with maybe Green Bay at Indy being the exception)
  15. Looks like some alright games this week. They certainly have more interesting prime time games this week in any case.
  16. The Thursday Night Game looks good for a change. The MNF game yikes!
  17. There seem to be a handful of good games this week and some interesting storylines, like Tua's first game. I think they probably should flex that Seahawks game to Sunday Night though. Who wants to see whoever the Cowboys are going to start at QB?
  18. You could watch the debate Thursday night or watch the Giants or neither! And the much anticipated much delayed game between Pittsburgh and Tennessee is this week (maybe) but sick or not they'll probably play it anyway.
  19. You know, even before last week's Tuesday night game I was thinking about spreading the NFL games over the course of a week. Obviously this would have to be scheduled very carefully but I think it would work out. As it stands the NFL is really the only major sport that has every game (mostly) on one day. Spreading the games out across the week ensures that many teams get exposure to all markets rather than the viewer only getting a (non) choice of 2 games a week. Obviously you wouldn't have a team play on Wednesday then the upcoming Sunday but you could definitely make it so certain teams play the majority of certain days of the week. Anyway, just some random thoughts. Enjoy this Monday night game at 2pm in the afternoon!
  20. Another doozy of a game on TNF But so far the show will go on for the Titans and Vikings It's a shame, a Vikings forfeit could save Bill OBrien's job! Steelers coach Mike Tomlin prepares to play Sunday as scheduled despite Titans' COVID-19 outbreak WWW.USATODAY.COM Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is proceeding as if everything is normal with Sunday's game against the Titans, though it certainly is not.
  21. Look at these delicious match ups. We start the week off with Browns and Bengals on a TNF game. Ravens vs Texans, Pats vs Seahawks should be interesting at the very least.
  22. I recently finished a fantasy draft (only 1) and though oh yeah, Football is supposed to start. For how long it goes nobody knows. It did remind me of some interesting off season moves like DeAndre Hopkins getting traded to the Cardinals. A lot of interesting rookies out there Joe Burrow and Tua. How raw will they look with no preseason games? In any case season starts September 10 about a week and a half away.
  23. First Round Order First Round Summary And feel free to Boo him so the NFL will donate money to the Draft-A-Thon fundraiser for Covid-19
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