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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Ouch. Just checked your head to head and it's not pretty.

    I'm looking good just because your mate started an injured guy.

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    I just checked my head and it's also not pretty. Why did I think the Jags were a good team to follow?! They go from hipster up and comer in the pre-season to the NFL cellar year after year. I didn't have them beating the Panthers in all honesty but it's the fact that they could be winning is painful, 7-9 was my target for the season and this kind of game does not help.

    Now Colvin is getting evaluated. They're going to have no players at this rate.
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    Seahawks using lynch for that two point conversion.

    Oh, and that landry punt return was night. He's finally living up to his dillon panthers Hype.

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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    I was told luck and the colts o were good. Why are they playing is badly tonight?

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    Because they are playing the Bills. Elite Front Seven and a very good secondary will do that to even the best offenses. see Denver and Green Bay last season.
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    The Colts won't play a better D for the rest of the regular season and Rex Ryan is a defensive juggernaut with mad talent on his team.
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    Thanks guys.

    That seahawks TD was lovely. Defensive touchdown. Better go see who has them and make sure it's not the guy I'm against... It might be.

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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Seahawks using lynch for that two point conversion.

    Oh, and that landry punt return was night. He's finally living up to his dillon panthers Hype.

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    I fail to understand how a player with 4.7 speed was pulling away from players on special teams, who are only on the tem because of their speed. Landry isn't agile either....so it was a great play from him.
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    Ah. There's the Jay Cutler we all know and love.

    This has been a great game so far. In fairness to Jay Cutler, Clay Matthews made an awesome play.
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    (Original post by jammy4041)
    Ah. There's the Jay Cutler we all know and love.

    This has been a great game so far. In fairness to Jay Cutler, Clay Matthews made an awesome play.
    Yea, lovely interception. That game may be done now...

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    We're already playing the Fire the OC game at the Jaguars. The only good thing I suppose is that Miami have also be horrible and they're next week. The AFC South could seriously be 0-4 after week 1
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Yea, lovely interception. That game may be done now...

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    One more first down after the two minute warning should seal it, especially since Chicago only have one timeout left.
    That offside cost them dear.

    EDIT. Oh well. That PI against Kyle Fuller has done it.

    However, they most certainly do not look like the worst team in the league. Pleasant surprise. John Fox does a really good job at turning around bad teams, and with Vic Fangio as DC, they have that nastiness on defense. The decline of Jared Allen is something which needs to be addressed though. He hasn't had an impact in this game,
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    (Original post by Wattsy)
    We're already playing the Fire the OC game at the Jaguars. The only good thing I suppose is that Miami have also be horrible and they're next week. The AFC South could seriously be 0-4 after week 1
    Greg Olsen is good at developing QBs. David Carr looked good last season, and Bortles will benefit.

    Yes, some of the calls are questionable, but yeah, the Jaguars should be winning this game.
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    Thought the rams were going to go for two.

    Pussies.

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    (Original post by jammy4041)
    Greg Olsen is good at developing QBs. David Carr looked good last season, and Bortles will benefit.

    Yes, some of the calls are questionable, but yeah, the Jaguars should be winning this game.
    I've watched the Sky game so I haven't seen it but everything I've heard has been so deflating. The Panthers D is good I suppose but I'm a bit gutted. Pre-season was so hopeful and then they come out with a dumpster fire performance.
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    I've been enjoying redzone and can help hook others up if needed.



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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Thought the rams were going to go for two.

    Pussies.

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    NFL coaches are insanely conservative with good reason. I mean, if they go for two and they miss, they end up losing that game by one rather than going to overtime. The percentages favour going to overtime.

    It;s also the reason why coaches will punt on the opposing 45 on 4th and 1...even though it's a far better play to put in the heavies, and use a QB sneak up the middle -- and to trust the defense if you fail.
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    I can vouch for Motorbikers hookup skills

    I've switched to the Seahawks @ Rams looks like we're going to OT. In more positive news for me, I've got through the first two legs of my accumulator. Need Baltimore and Dallas now.
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    (Original post by Wattsy)
    I can vouch for Motorbikers hookup skills

    I've switched to the Seahawks @ Rams looks like we're going to OT. In more positive news for me, I've got through the first two legs of my accumulator. Need Baltimore and Dallas now.
    Dallas will be easy.

    Ot rules?

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    Abdullah. So sick.
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Dallas will be easy.

    Ot rules?

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    Walk off TDs or safeties, field goal means the other team gets the ball. From that point a field goal wins too. No score after 15 means a tie.

    The Rams just recovered a surprise onside kick from the Hawks! What was that about conservative coaching?

    One of the wackiest rules ever on show there.
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    I hope the Jet who left the game on the spinal board is OK. He's the guy who grew up in like 10 different foster homes and then made it to the NFL in the third after being evaluated (among other things) as a guy with no character concerns. Hopefully it's just a nasty stinger or something and the board was just a precaution. Obviously doesn't look good though.
 
 
 
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