Moderator: Captain Ned
superjawes wrote:Finally, while the nation is still cleaning up from hurricane Harvey, J.J. Watt has now raised $20 million in relief.
idchafee wrote: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
superjawes wrote:Week 1
Thursday Night Football/Season Opener, 9/7
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots
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
idchafee wrote:The Packers looked awful in the 1st half, but they picked it up some in the 2nd half
JustAnEngineer wrote: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.
superjawes wrote:...I had to say something. Aaron Rodgers will miss several games with a broken collarbone.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.