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10 minutes ago, Saul Goodman said:

Buffalo is a complete sh*tshow right now. Coaching staff has surely lost the respect of the players. It's going to a be a long flight home... 

that was pre ordained.  they seem to always come out fast and then swoon.  they should be playing better against the chargers. can't say if mcdermott is losing the team.  he may be losing the vets because they're the first guys who think they no better.  as long as they have more wins than the jets at the end of the season it doesn't matter.  they do have a ton of draft picks so it looks like they'll want to move up.

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Just now, rangerous said:

that was pre ordained.  they seem to always come out fast and then swoon.  they should be playing better against the chargers. can't say if mcdermott is losing the team.  he may be losing the vets because they're the first guys who think they no better.  as long as they have more wins than the jets at the end of the season it doesn't matter.  they do have a ton of draft picks so it looks like they'll want to move up.

He’s lost the QB now defintely

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1 minute ago, UnitedWhofans said:

He’s lost the QB now defintely

maybe.  tyrod and mcdermott will kiss and make up.  the things is that tyrod just can't pass from the pocket and if he runs he's going to get clobbered.

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I usually like to watch late night Sunday night games. But tonight's are unwatchable. One is the usual Patriot blow-out. Another is the car crash horror show that is the 2017 Buffalo Bills. The only close game is between the 3-6 Denver Broncos and the 3-6 Cincinnati Bengals. I tried watching a bit of this, but life is too short to subject yourself to Brock Osweiler. 

The AFC Championship this year is the weakest it has been in living memory. 

 

 

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Just now, K_O_Brien said:

I usually like to watch late night Sunday night games. But tonight's are unwatchable. One is the usual Patriot blow-out. Another is the car crash horror show that is the 2017 Buffalo Bills. The only close game is between the 3-6 Denver Broncos and the 3-6 Cincinnati Bengals. I tried watching a bit of this, but life is too short to subject yourself to Brock Osweiler. 

The AFC Championship this year is the weakest it has been in living memory. 

 

 

If the Patriots dont get to the Super Bowl, they should be ashamed

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Derek Carr and the Raiders are another team that fans on here have love for. The Raiders and Jets have the same damn record. Which franchise is doing more with less.

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1 minute ago, RESNewYork said:

Derek Carr and the Raiders are another team that fans on here have love for. The Raiders and Jets have the same damn record. Which franchise is doing more with less.

the raiders stink.  they are just a bunch of cheap shotting morons just like their coach.

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Our old friend Kellen Clemens in for the Chargers.

He has truly "lived the dream". Barely played in his 10 year career so his body was spared all that trauma, lived in/near NYC and San Diego (two best cities in the US), and should have banked more than enough to never work again following football. 

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5 minutes ago, Saul Goodman said:

Our old friend Kellen Clemens in for the Chargers.

He has truly "lived the dream". Barely played in his 10 year career so his body was spared all that trauma, lived in/near NYC and San Diego (two best cities in the US), and should have banked more than enough to never work again following football. 

The real story here is that The Rivers is flowing. Together he and Bosa will drown opponents with overwhelming skill during the second half and playoffs. 

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18 minutes ago, SenorGato said:

The real story here is that The Rivers is flowing. Together he and Bosa will drown opponents with overwhelming skill during the second half and playoffs. 

Bosa is a beast. After an acrimonious holdout last year he's been one of if not the best pass rusher in the NFL. 

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36 minutes ago, Bugg said:

Bosa is a beast. After an acrimonious holdout last year he's been one of if not the best pass rusher in the NFL. 

For sure, worth all the hype 

Between he and Rivers, especially with Watson out, the Chargers are kinda sorta the team I am rooting for this year. I check the box scores like a fan, lotta effort involved. 

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Manish Mehta is upset that the media isn't covering his favorite team in a fair manner (for those of you.that don't know, he's actually a huge Philadelphia sports fan).

Oh the irony.

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I really thought the Eagles were crazy for giving up so much to get a D2 QB #2 overall.  Wow was I wrong.  Wentz is just incredible.  He's playing like the best QB in the game.  

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Also, Dak has hovered between low tier average to downright bad without Zeke and that superhuman O Line.

The Cowboys play calling certainly hasn't helped and I'd still take him in a heartbeat, but he needs to step it up.

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Dallas is overrated.  Zeke is overrated, the coaching staff and yes even Dak.  The only truly legitimate thing on that team is the incredible OL, but when one link is injured, the whole house of cards comes tumbling down.

It does go to show you though just how important OL is in the NFL.  Oakland had an mvp lvl qb last year with a great OL, and this year the OL struggles and now the QB is not looking so hot.  Philly has an MVP qb this year with their great OL play.  

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4 minutes ago, JiF said:

I really thought the Eagles were crazy for giving up so much to get a D2 QB #2 overall.  Wow was I wrong.  Wentz is just incredible.  He's playing like the best QB in the game.  

IMO, the MVP race is down to him, Brees, and Brady, in that order.  No one else comes close.

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5 hours ago, UnitedWhofans said:

And some people had the gall to say that the Bills were in a better spot than the Jets are. Maybe in a vacuum, yes. But my goodness

They have a better record than us despite actively sabotaging their own roster, plus six picks in the first two rounds of the draft.

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7 minutes ago, Mogglez said:

IMO, the MVP race is down to him, Brees, and Brady, in that order.  No one else comes close.

Wentz does stuff Brady can't.  He's a freak.  He's like a cross between Rodgers/BigBen.  He really incredible to watch.

That said, the Patriots would be absolutely nothing without Brady.  They lead the league in yards and first downs with very little from the run game.  Middle of the pack D, though they're getting better.

Whereas the Eagles have a top 5 run game and a top 10 D.  

IDK - hard to say both are playing unreal. 

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26 minutes ago, JiF said:

Wentz does stuff Brady can't.  He's a freak.  He's like a cross between Rodgers/BigBen.  He really incredible to watch.

That said, the Patriots would be absolutely nothing without Brady.  They lead the league in yards and first downs with very little from the run game.  Middle of the pack D, though they're getting better.

Whereas the Eagles have a top 5 run game and a top 10 D.  

IDK - hard to say both are playing unreal. 

Wentz to me, is everything that Andrew Luck was supposed to be (and might still be, we'll see how he heals up).  The kid is the entire package.

I'd agree with you 110% on Brady if I hadn't seen guys like Cassel or Garoppolo come in and somehow keep the show going. Im not really trying to diminish Brady or his accomplishments/status as the G.O.A.T (it seriously pains me to write that) but the success of the Patriots, in my eyes, flows through BB just a tad more.  I could actually see the Pats pulling out some ridiculous wins with Hoyer if Tom went down because of that hooded jerk-off.  I don't think the Eagles would survive a Wentz injury if he went down in some freak accident tomorrow.  Same situation with Brees, although looking at their numbers, I'd probably put Brady as the runner up, not Drew.  

It's so tough but, gun to my head, I give Wentz the MVP and have Brady as the runner up who, ultimately, wins the AFC Offensive Player Of The Year award.

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