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  1. Glad there were no napkins around and they took the pen out of his hand.
  2. Injuries will be the key, if we stay healthy I can see this happening.
  3. We might still have time, Texans still have to interview per " The Rooney Rule"
  4. Since we play the Eagles this year he's probably spying on them for intel.
  5. Unless your Robby Anderson on a go route
  6. NFL’s TV changes will benefit Giants and Jets fans Updated 3:46 PM; Today 12:39 PM AP NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is getting ready for the league's 100th season. 5 0 shares By Mike Rosenstein | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com There are several changes to how you will be watching NFL games this year, based on the news coming out of the Spring League Meeting in Key Biscayne, Florida. 1. All markets will get a total of three FOX and CBS games each Sunday during the regular season, eliminating the “singleheader rule." What this means: If you don’t have Sunday Ticket on DirecTV and you actually like to watch games instead of Red Zone, you are no longer a prisoner to your local team(s). To clarify: If you live in New York, for example, many weeks you’d only get the Jets and Giants games, depending on whether FOX or CBS had the doubleheader that week. Now, you will get Jets, Giants and a third game each and every week no matter who has the doubleheader. 201 people are talking about this 2. NFL Divisional Playoff games on Sunday: Start times moved from 1:05 p.m. and 4:40 p.m. ET to 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. ET, matching the programming schedule for the Conference Championship games. This will give the league more scheduling flexibility for west coast teams in the playoffs. 92 people are talking about this See Judy Battista's other Tweets 3. Super Bowl LIV will have four commercial breaks per quarter, down from five per quarter in Super Bowl LIII, when the New England Patriotsdefeated the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3, to win their third title in five years and sixth in the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick era. 32 people are talking about this The 2019 regular season begins on Thursday, Sept. 5, when the Green Bay Packers visit the Chicago Bears to kick off the league’s 100th anniversary. The Patriots will celebrate their Super Bowl title on Sunday, Sept. 8, when they host the Pittsburgh Steelers. The New York Jets begin the 2019 season at home on Sept. 8, hosting the Buffalo Bills in the first game of the Adam Gase era. The Philadelphia Eagles will welcome back quarterback Carson Wentz in Week 1 when they host the Washington Redskins. The New York Giants hit the road for Week 1, visiting, who else, the Dallas Cowboys.
  7. Falcons, but UGA is closer and probably the better team.
  8. To be fair, Steven Hawking could run (or roll) for 200 yards against Rex's D.
  9. At that moment, I knew the game was over.
  10. From Chucky cheese training camp to Marine basic training.

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