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Wed Aug 30, 2017 9:57 am

Final preseason games played tomorrow, so let's get this started again.

Week 1

Thursday Night Football/Season Opener, 9/7
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots

Sunday 9/10
New York Jets at Buffalo Bills
Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins
"Oakland" Raiders at Tennessee Titans
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins - GAME MOVED TO WEEK 11
Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans
Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions
Atlanta Falcons at Chicago Bears
Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns
Indianapolis Colts at Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers
Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers

Sunday Night Football
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

Monday Night Football 9/11
New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings
Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos

Okay, it feels weird having two teams moving between seasons (effectively). I am going to maintain the "Oakland" convention until they finally make it to Vegas.
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Re: NFL 2017

Tue Sep 05, 2017 5:45 pm

Few updates worth mentioning...

First, The Dolphins/Buccaneers game has officially been pulled from Miami due to hurricane Irma. They will either play in a neutral location (Jacksonville may or may not be too close), or they will reschedule.

Second, Brock Osweiler has returned to the Denver Broncos for a small salary (possibly League minimum?) and a second string position. I a guessing that his new contract was served with a slice of humble pie. This, IMO, is a very interesting move that might make the Broncos a potent contender in the AFC West.

Finally, while the nation is still cleaning up from hurricane Harvey, J.J. Watt has now raised $20 million in relief.

EDIT: The Dolphins/Bucs game has officially been moved to week 11. Both teams will be playing 16 straight games.
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Finally, while the nation is still cleaning up from hurricane Harvey, J.J. Watt has now raised $20 million in relief.


And his initial goal was $200k :o
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superjawes wrote:
Finally, while the nation is still cleaning up from hurricane Harvey, J.J. Watt has now raised $20 million in relief.


And his initial goal was $200k :o

Now it's $28 mil...I have a ton of respect for J.J. Watt. I'd love for him to come play for the Colts :lol:
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Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:23 am

How about them Chiefs? Now to put in some picks for Week 1.
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Week 1

Thursday Night Football/Season Opener, 9/7
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots

Sunday 9/10
New York Jets at Buffalo Bills
Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins
"Oakland" Raiders at Tennessee Titans
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins - GAME MOVED TO WEEK 11
Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans
Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions
Atlanta Falcons at Chicago Bears
Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns
Indianapolis Colts at Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers
Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers

Sunday Night Football
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

Monday Night Football 9/11
New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings
Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos

I think the Raiders are just going to be better with a stronger run game, the Browns will still be in rebuild mode, and the Broncos will be better supported by a solid backup QB (who could finally develop into a true starter).

The Cowboys should still be okay, but their opponents have better film on Dak Prescott now, and things will be worse if Elliot sits for a few games. I won't write them out of the NFC East, but I think they'll have to fight hard to win it.
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Week 1 - Results

Thursday Night Football/Season Opener, 9/7
Kansas City Chiefs 42 at New England Patriots 27

Sunday 9/10
New York Jets 12 at Buffalo Bills 21
Philadelphia Eagles 30 at Washington Redskins 17
"Oakland" Raiders 26 at Tennessee Titans 16
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins - GAME MOVED TO WEEK 11
Jacksonville Jaguars 29 at Houston Texans 7
Arizona Cardinals 23 at Detroit Lions 35
Atlanta Falcons 23 at Chicago Bears 17
Baltimore Ravens 20 at Cincinnati Bengals 0
Pittsburgh Steelers 21 at Cleveland Browns 18
Indianapolis Colts 9 at Los Angeles Rams 46
Seattle Seahawks 9 at Green Bay Packers 17
Carolina Panthers 23 at San Francisco 49ers 3

Sunday Night Football
New York Giants3 at Dallas Cowboys 19

Monday Night Football 9/11
New Orleans Saints 19 at Minnesota Vikings 29
Los Angeles Chargers 21 at Denver Broncos 24
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The Packers looked awful in the 1st half, but they picked it up some in the 2nd half
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Mon Sep 11, 2017 7:48 am

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The Packers looked awful in the 1st half, but they picked it up some in the 2nd half


Both teams did. Part of it is probably the reluctance to play starters much (and QBs hardly at all) during the preseason. A lot of rust to shake off, it seems.

But that punch call in the 2Q was BS, didn't even call the blatant facemask, instead a phantom punch. Took a TD off the board and changed the whole game.
 
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Mon Sep 11, 2017 9:14 am

I thought both teams looked good in the first half...on defense. And that's really good for Packers fans, since they generally have a top tier offense, especially in the winter.

As for the alleged punch, 1) My guess is that it will be reviewed and the league will have to issue some sort of apology, 2) we don't have the exact view of what the official saw. My guess is that it looked like a punch from one angle and, since the officiating crew have a zero-tolerance policy, out he went. If the league instituted an official replay review for some penalties, I would definitely support it.
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Week 2

Thursday Night Football, 9/14
Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals

Sunday, 9/17
Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens
Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Minnesota Vikings at Pittsburgh Steelers
New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints
Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Chiefs
Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars
Arizona Cardinals at Indianapolis Colts
Buffalo Bills at Carolina Panthers
New York Jets at "Oakland" Raiders
Miami Dolphins at Los Angeles Chargers
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks
Washington Redskins at Los Angeles Rams
Dallas Cowboys at Denver Broncos

Sunday Night Football
Green Bay Packers at Atlanta Falcons

Monday Night Football, 9/18
Detroit Lions at New York Giants

I think Browns/Ravens will be closer than people expect, but I'll still take the Ravens in that one. I'll also take the upset in Atlanta. Green Bay's defense looks better this year, and this should be the first real challenge for the Falcons coming off their Super Bowl loss.
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Week 2 - Results

Thursday Night Football, 9/14
Houston Texans 13 at Cincinnati Bengals 9

Sunday, 9/17
Cleveland Browns 10 at Baltimore Ravens 24
Chicago Bears 7 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 29
Minnesota Vikings 9 at Pittsburgh Steelers 26
New England Patriots 36 at New Orleans Saints 20
Philadelphia Eagles 20 at Kansas City Chiefs 27
Tennessee Titans 37 at Jacksonville Jaguars 16
Arizona Cardinals 16 at Indianapolis Colts 13
Buffalo Bills 3 at Carolina Panthers 9
New York Jets 20 at "Oakland" Raiders 45
Miami Dolphins 19 at Los Angeles Chargers 17
San Francisco 49ers 9 at Seattle Seahawks 12
Washington Redskins 27 at Los Angeles Rams 20
Dallas Cowboys 17 at Denver Broncos 42

Sunday Night Football
Green Bay Packers 23 at Atlanta Falcons 34

Monday Night Football, 9/18
Detroit Lions 24 at New York Giants 10
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Week 3

Thursday Night Football, 9/21
Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers

Sunday, 9/24
Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars in London

Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts
New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets
Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills
New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers
Pittsburgh Steelers at Chicago Bears
Atlanta Falcons at Detroit Lions
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings
Houston Texans at New England Patriots
Seattle Seahawks at Tennessee Titans
Cincinnati Bengals at Green Bay Packers
Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers

Sunday Night Football
"Oakland" Raiders at Washington Redskins

Monday Night Football, 9/25
Dallas Cowboys at Arizona Cardinals

I think there are many lopsided matchups this week. The Raiders/Redskins in Prime time might be a surprise, but I think the Raiders are the better team, and they'll have plenty of time to rest after their cross-country flight. There's also a good possibility that Denver exposed the weak spots in the Cowboys' offense, and it will be interesting to see if the Cardinals' defense can shut it down.
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Week 3 - Results

Thursday Night Football, 9/21
Los Angeles Rams 41 at San Francisco 49ers 39

Sunday, 9/24
Baltimore Ravens 7 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars 44 in London

Cleveland Browns 28 at Indianapolis Colts 31
New York Giants 24 at Philadelphia Eagles 27
Miami Dolphins 6 at New York Jets 20
Denver Broncos 16 at Buffalo Bills 26
New Orleans Saints 34 at Carolina Panthers 13
Pittsburgh Steelers 17 at Chicago Bears 23
Atlanta Falcons 30 at Detroit Lions 26
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 at Minnesota Vikings 34
Houston Texans 33 at New England Patriots 36
Seattle Seahawks 27 at Tennessee Titans 33
Cincinnati Bengals 24 at Green Bay Packers 27
Kansas City Chiefs 24 at Los Angeles Chargers 10

Sunday Night Football
"Oakland" Raiders 10 at Washington Redskins 27

Monday Night Football, 9/25
Dallas Cowboys 28 at Arizona Cardinals 17
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Tue Sep 26, 2017 9:11 am

I'm actually headed to Seattle for the game on Sunday, so I'm posting this early.

Week 4

Thursday Night Football, 9/28
Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

Sunday, 10/1
New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins in London

Tennessee Titans at Huston Texans
Jacksonville Jaguars at New York Jets
Carolina Panthers at New England Patriots
Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings
Buffalo Bills at Atlanta Falcons
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns
Los Angeles Rams at Dallas Cowboys
Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Chargers
New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals
"Oakland" Raiders at Denver Broncos

Sunday Night Football
Indianapolis Colts at Seattle Seahawks

Monday Night Football, 10/2
Washington Redskins at Kansas City Chiefs
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Tue Oct 03, 2017 2:06 pm

I'm back...WTH happened to the Patriots, Falcons, and Cowboys?

Week 4 - Results

Thursday Night Football, 9/28
Chicago Bears 14 at Green Bay Packers 35

Sunday, 10/1
New Orleans Saints 20 vs. Miami Dolphins 0 in London

Tennessee Titans 14 at Houston Texans 57
Jacksonville Jaguars 20 at New York Jets 23
Carolina Panthers 33 at New England Patriots 30
Detroit Lions 14 at Minnesota Vikings 7
Buffalo Bills 23 at Atlanta Falcons 17
Pittsburgh Steelers 26 at Baltimore Ravens 9
Cincinnati Bengals 31 at Cleveland Browns 7
Los Angeles Rams 35 at Dallas Cowboys 30
Philadelphia Eagles 26 at Los Angeles Chargers 24
New York Giants 23 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25
San Francisco 49ers 15 at Arizona Cardinals 18
"Oakland" Raiders 10 at Denver Broncos 16

Sunday Night Football
Indianapolis Colts 18 at Seattle Seahawks 46

Monday Night Football, 10/2
Washington Redskins 20 at Kansas City Chiefs 29
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Week 5

Thursday Night Football, 10/5
New England Patriots at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday, 10/8
New York Jets at Cleveland Browns
Carolina Panthers at Detroit Lions
Sand Francisco 49ers at Indianapolis Colts
Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins
Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals
Los Angeles Chargers at New York Giants
Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers
Arizona Cardinals at Philadelphia Eagles
Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams
Baltimore Ravens at "Oakland" Raiders
Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys

Sunday Night Football
Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans

Monday Night Football, 10/9
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

So the first few weeks of the season have been...weird. For example, the Bills are on top of the AFC East, while the Patriots are tied with the Jets (the JETS). I don't have a lot of picks this week because I think there are a lot of close and/or potentially surprising matchups. It also doesn't help that there are so many 2-2 teams, and I hesitate to make much out of 3-win teams like the Panthers, Bills, Steelers, and Rams. This stretch of the season could get weird, and we'll probably see plenty of hype about those aforementioned teams before they collapse around week 10 or 11.
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Week 5 - Results

Thursday Night Football, 10/5
New England Patriots 19 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14

Sunday, 10/8
New York Jets 17 at Cleveland Browns 14
Carolina Panthers 27 at Detroit Lions 24
Sand Francisco 49ers 23 at Indianapolis Colts 26
Tennessee Titans 10 at Miami Dolphins 16
Buffalo Bills 16 at Cincinnati Bengals 20
Los Angeles Chargers 27 at New York Giants 22
Jacksonville Jaguars 30 at Pittsburgh Steelers 9
Arizona Cardinals 7 at Philadelphia Eagles 34
Seattle Seahawks 16 at Los Angeles Rams 10
Baltimore Ravens 30 at "Oakland" Raiders 17
Green Bay Packers 35 at Dallas Cowboys 31

Sunday Night Football
Kansas City Chiefs 42 at Houston Texans 34

Monday Night Football, 10/9
Minnesota Vikings 20 at Chicago Bears 17

Odell Beckham Jr. will have "season ending surgery" as the Giants fall to 0-5, and I think that should be the cue to scrap the season. Manning will need a replacement soon, so here is their chance to draft a QB and prep for the future.
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It wasn't just Beckham's broken ankle. The Giants also lost wide receivers Brandon Marshall, Sterling Shepard and Dwayne Harris to injury in the same game. The only healthy wide receiver left on the Giants' roster is Roger Lewis.

I'm astounded that the Jets, who tossed away all of their veteran talent this season in order to tank for a high draft pick for a new quarterback are now tied for the AFC East lead at 3-2. The Giants, a team that many pundits picked for the Super Bowl, are down at 0-5 along with the hapless Browns and 49ers.
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It wasn't just Beckham's broken ankle. The Giants also lost wide receivers Brandon Marshall, Sterling Shepard and Dwayne Harris to injury in the same game. The only healthy wide receiver left on the Giants' roster is Roger Lewis.

I'm astounded that the Jets, who tossed away all of their veteran talent this season in order to tank for a high draft pick for a new quarterback are now tied for the AFC East lead at 3-2. The Giants, a team that many pundits picked for the Super Bowl, are down at 0-5 along with the hapless Browns and 49ers.

Yeah, the complete depletion at WR makes the Giants the worst 0-5 team. The 49ers and Browns have shown some promise, but we expect those teams to struggle during their rebuild process. As for the Jets, they have a rough schedule coming up. They have all of the NFC South, New England x2, AND KC and Denver. IOW...they still have time to ruin their record :lol:
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So after Week 5, we have three winless teams--Browns, 49ers, and Giants. For some fun, who do you think will be the first and last to win a game? Note that the Giants and 49ers do meet in Week 10 in San Francisco.

Also for fun, who do you think will beat the currently undefeated Chiefs?

For the winless trio, I think the Browns are the first to win with more opportunities, and the Giants will be the last. The Chiefs have the toughest schedule in the toughest division, so their first loss is most likely to happen in Week 7 or 8 (pending Carr's injury). If they get to the Bye undefeated, though, then they could stay that way into Week 15 or 16, racking their first loss when resting starters.
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Week 6

Thursday Night Football, 10/12
Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers

Sunday, 10/15
Miami Dolphins at Atlanta Falcons
Chicago Bears at Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns at Houston Texans
Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings
Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints
New England Patriots at New York Jets
San Francisco 49ers at Washington Redskins
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Arizona Cardinals
Los Angeles Rams at Jacksonville Jaguars
Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Chargers at "Oakland" Raiders

Sunday Night Football
New York Giants at Denver Broncos

Monday Night Football, 10/16
Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans

The Packers do have some struggles, but they seem very dangerous this season. They always get good in December, but if they roll strong into the mid season, they will be in excellent shape.

The troubles for the Giants continue with a suspension of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. It seems that things are going to get worse before they get better
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The Packers do have some struggles, but they seem very dangerous this season. They always get good in December, but if they roll strong into the mid season, they will be in excellent shape.
...I had to say something. Aaron Rodgers will miss several games with a broken collarbone.

Week 6 - Results

Thursday Night Football, 10/12
Philadelphia Eagles 28 at Carolina Panthers 23

Sunday, 10/15
Miami Dolphins 20 at Atlanta Falcons 17
Chicago Bears 27 at Baltimore Ravens 24
Cleveland Browns 17 at Houston Texans 33
Green Bay Packers 10 at Minnesota Vikings 23
Detroit Lions 38 at New Orleans Saints 52
New England Patriots 24 at New York Jets 17
San Francisco 49ers 24 at Washington Redskins 26
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 33 at Arizona Cardinals 38
Los Angeles Rams 27 at Jacksonville Jaguars 17
Pittsburgh Steelers 19 at Kansas City Chiefs 13
Los Angeles Chargers 17 at "Oakland" Raiders 16

Sunday Night Football
New York Giants at 23 Denver Broncos 10

Monday Night Football, 10/16
Indianapolis 22 Colts at Tennessee Titans 36
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Week 7

Thursday Night Football, 10/19
Kansas City Chiefs at "Oakland" Raiders

Sunday, 10/22
Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams in London

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Buffalo Bills
Baltimore Ravens at Minnesota Vikings
New York Jets at Miami Dolphins
Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts
New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers
Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears
Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns
Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers
Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers
Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers
Seattle Seahawks at New York Giants

Sunday Night Football
Atlanta Falcons at New England Patriots

Monday Night Football, 10/23
Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles
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Week 7 - Results

Thursday Night Football, 10/19
Kansas City Chiefs 30 at "Oakland" Raiders 31

Sunday, 10/22
Arizona Cardinals 0 vs. Los Angeles Rams 33 in London

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 at Buffalo Bills 30
Baltimore Ravens 16 at Minnesota Vikings 24
New York Jets 28 at Miami Dolphins 31
Jacksonville Jaguars 27 at Indianapolis Colts 0
New Orleans Saints 26 at Green Bay Packers 17
Carolina Panthers 3 at Chicago Bears 17
Tennessee Titans 12 at Cleveland Browns 9
Dallas Cowboys 40 at San Francisco 49ers 10
Denver Broncos 0 at Los Angeles Chargers 21
Cincinnati Bengals 14 at Pittsburgh Steelers 29
Seattle Seahawks 24 at New York Giants 7

Sunday Night Football
Atlanta Falcons 3 at New England Patriots 23

Monday Night Football, 10/23
Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles
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