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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Andrew Jackson, Sep 8, 2020.

  1. Jack Hays

    Jack Hays Active Member Donor

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    That's not unusual. It's why lawyers have nice cars.
     
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    Agree with all your picks, but I think the Ravens win easy

    Browns to me is the best chance for an upset
     
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    LOL - I hate it, too.
     
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    I miss him.
     
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    Taylor Heinicke, Washington QB.
     
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    Quite incredible, the Browns scored 4 TDs in the first 13 minutes 6 seconds of the game! 28-0! What a meltdown by the Steelers!
     
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    I think so. The Skins may have lost Saturday night but they finally found their QB.

    And how fitting that it's some unheralded and unknown kid from Old Dominion, of all places, and not another one of Dan Snyder's bumbling headline-grabbing draft picks or free agent signings...
     
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    Watching him play, I was reminded of an old-fashioned word: moxie.
     
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    Next up:

    Saturday
    Rams at Packers (7) 4:35pm ET
    Ravens at Bills (2.5) 8:15pm ET

    Sunday
    Browns at Chiefs (9.5) 3:05 pm ET
    Bucs at Saints (3.5). 6:40 pm ET
     
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    You know you're doing pretty good when a Hall of Fame coach praises you all night.

    My hat goes off to the Bucs O-Line, too. Not only did they do a good job of protecting Brady they made Leonard Fournette look the best he's looked in years. The Skins need to shore up their own O-Line in the offseason - the Bucs won the battle in the trenches on offense and defense.
     
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    To think they were the last undefeated team in the league. They really gagged at the end of the season...
     
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    The WWENFL is fixed and is solely entertainment (not a sport), but I'll toss in my "predictions" anyhow...

    Packers will definitely win this one. Rodgers (who is one of the most self absorbed a-holes I have ever seen in my whole life, and I'm saying this as someone who lives in WI and used to be a Packers fan in the Favre days) draws many more eyes than Goff does, plain and simple...

    This one could truly go either way... I am ever so slightly leaning towards a Ravens upset occurring at this point due to Jackson's "flashiness" for viewership purposes, but I'd much rather see Josh Allen win because he comes across as quite humble and personable and I absolutely cannot stand Lamar's "dick-ish-ness"...

    Chiefs will definitely win this one. Mahomie, who I also can't stand, also brings in a rather large amount of eyeballs, and the WWENFL will NOT pass up on that.

    This one could truly go either way. Brees and Brady both bring in the eyeballs, as this will be the "battle of the old farts"... I think that Brees and the Saints will come out on top by the end of this one, but we'll see...


    As for the following week's matchups:

    Bucs/Saints vs Packers: Bucs/Saints will win because the WWENFL won't allow both "State Farm" faces to be in the SuperBowl together. I'm leaning towards Saints over Bucs because I don't think that the WWENFL will give Brady a "home" SuperBowl game, but with the covid scam going on, the WWENFL might just dial up something special like that, so we'll see...

    Bills/Ravens vs Chiefs: Chiefs will definitely win because Mahomie brings in more eyes than Jackson or Allen, plain and simple...

    As for the SuperBowl matchup:

    Bucs/Saints vs Chiefs: Precisely what the WWENFL wants... A battle between a legendary old fart hall of famer who is on the brink of retirement vs an up-and-coming hall of famer... This time, since Mahomie has a long career ahead of him yet, the Chiefs won't quite be able to pull this one out and Brady/Brees will "ride off into the sunset" after achieving another SB win (as Manning did a few years back)...

    That concludes this year's WWENFL spoilers... ;)
     
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    Rodgers is much superior to Favre, although neither matches the GOAT, Bart Starr.
     
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    I've got the Pack on upset alert in this game - I think the Rams defense is going to give them hell. Whether their offense can do anything is a different matter...


    I got the Ravens winning this one. Their defense really impressed me yesterday and while I like Josh Allen, too, I think the Bills are overhyped.


    I'm with ya - definitely Chiefs. I wouldn't be surprised if they covered the 9 1/2 points, too.

    I'm having a hard time picking this game, too. I think the fast track in the Superdome gives the Saints the edge but the Bucs are loaded and appear to be hitting stride.

    LOL :applause:

    I think we're going to have a State Farm Bowl (with the Chiefs repeating) but I won't be the least bit surprised if we see the Ravens playing either the Bucs or the Saints in the Supe.
     
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    Eagles fire Pederson
     
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    Wow. With all the injuries the Eagles had this season I thought they'd give him another year.

    Something tells me he won't be unemployed for long...
     
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    Rumors are that the Jets may hire him as HC

    Eagles owner allegedly was not happy with his plans to improve things and I think he decided that fixing Wentz was the priority and that Pederson was not the guy to do it
     
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    Good pick.

    Pitt was the worst excuse for a playoff team in NFL History.

    Hard to imagine that they started 11-0 .
     
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    Yup.

    He won Championship, somebody will want him.
     
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    LOL - Don't do it, Doug!!

    Weird.

    Fix the O-Line in front of Wentz and he'll be fine.

    BTW, I heard some dude on sports radio up in Philly carrying on about Lurie & Co. and it was bloodcurdlingly hilarious. Easily one of the greatest rants of all time. :lol:
     
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    Packers 27 Rams 20 - With the way the Rams D is playing, an upset would not surprise me
    Ravens 31 Bills 20 - Ravens march to the SB continues
    Chiefs 38 Browns 24 - Browns need KC to meltdown the way Pitt did
    Bucs 31 Saints 30 - first 2 games disappointed; hoping that this one is a good one
     
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    An upset will not happen. The Packers WILL win. 100% guaranteed. The WWENFL will not let Rodgers lose this game.

    I can see this one going either way (as either team will just lose the following game), but I do personally lean towards the Ravens winning this one.

    Chiefs will 100% definitely win this game. The WWENFL will not let their golden boy Mahomes lose this game.

    I could see either team winning this one, and the WWENFL wins either way in this one, but I do think that the Saints will end up winning this one in the end.

    The NFC is between GB (Rodgers), TB (Brady), and NO (Brees)... I don't think GB will win because that would put both State Farm reps into the SuperBowl, as KC (Mahomes) is going to win the AFC... I don't think that TB will win either because that would give Brady a "home" SuperBowl game... For those reasons, and because of the fact that Brees will very likely retire after this season, I think that the Saints will win the NFC, and even the SuperBowl (so Brees can "ride off into the sunset")

    Rodgers and Mahomes still have time yet, and I think that Brady is done winning SuperBowls. We'll see.
     
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    I'll walk this one back a little bit by saying "99% guaranteed"... There IS a small chance that the WWENFL lets the Rams win this game so that they can set up a Rams vs Saints "rematch" (remember the game with the horrendously bad non-call?) That game slipped my mind when I typed my response. I still think that a "Rodgers vs Brees/Brady" battle beats that option out, but we'll see.
     

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