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kayjay 26-12-2018 06:57 AM

Browns at Ravens has been bumped back to 4.35pm start. Both teams 5/6 since week 11. Browns looking to finish the season above .500 and Ravens looking to win the division

aj4england 02-01-2019 02:14 PM

Cardinals season over, can enjoy the playoffs (it was over when we signed Bradford).

Interesting to read the momentum building up about Kareem Hunt to the Browns next year. Disgusting behaviour led to his release but a team will no doubt be in for him and Browns have serious cap space.

greybot 02-01-2019 02:59 PM

A season to forget for me. Happy the Steelers are out of the playoffs. Can't stand their fans.

davematt 02-01-2019 03:28 PM

A wasted season for the Niners but strangely plenty to get excited about for next season.

#2 pick in the draft will allow us to get a impact player, likely a edge rusher and ideally Nick Bosa.

Jimmy G and Jet Mckinnon have ample time to be ready to go in September.

And we have unearthed an absolute diamond in George Kittle.

Plenty of pieces in play already, and we have cap space to be a big player in free agency.

CP-RJW 02-01-2019 03:31 PM

Shite season for the Vikings, very disappointing. Although I suppose I knew what I was getting into when I chose to support them.

CT_Palace 02-01-2019 07:05 PM

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Originally Posted by davematt (Post 14570662)
A wasted season for the Niners

We seem to be getting quite good at that...

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Originally Posted by davematt (Post 14570662)
but strangely plenty to get excited about for next season.

#2 pick in the draft will allow us to get a impact player, likely a edge rusher and ideally Nick Bosa.

Jimmy G and Jet Mckinnon have ample time to be ready to go in September.

And we have unearthed an absolute diamond in George Kittle.

Plenty of pieces in play already, and we have cap space to be a big player in free agency.

I live in hope

LLCOOLSTEVE 02-01-2019 11:14 PM

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Originally Posted by davematt (Post 14570662)
and we have cap space to be a big player in free agency.


trade for AB?

davematt 03-01-2019 10:07 AM

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Originally Posted by LLCOOLSTEVE (Post 14572441)
trade for AB?

I'll be honest, the more I am hearing, the more I would stay away (especially given how much he would cost). He is due to make $22m next year.

aj4england 03-01-2019 10:25 AM

Be interested to see where Foles lines up. I guess a lot will depend on his playoff run but Eagles would have to pay $20m and surely move Wentz on (could get some good return for Wentz however). Wouldnt mind Foles at Arizona. Not convinced by Rosen as yet and seen so many times these Rookie QBs come in, get sacked 40+ times behind crap O-Lines and takes a long time to recover

greybot 03-01-2019 11:35 AM

I want Foles at Jags.

aj4england 03-01-2019 12:29 PM

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Originally Posted by greybot (Post 14573057)
I want Foles at Jags.

What do you think will happen with Fournette? Potentially be traded away for a round 1 pick? The Raiders need a new RB and have picks and cap space

greybot 03-01-2019 01:47 PM

We don't know Fournettes true potential because he's always injured. I'd be ok with us replacing him.

ben1987 04-01-2019 01:46 PM

I cannot see anyone giving up a first for Fournette. The guy has averaged under 4 yards per carry, has been injured and a questionable attitude. You also have the likes of Bell hitting free agency.

As for the Bengals, whilst a disappointing season, it does mean for the first time in 16 years we are going to get a new head coach. As long as it is not Hue Jackson or anyone else with ties to Bengals as a coach (Vance Joseph) I will be happy. Would love to see what someone like Eric Bieniemy could come and do. He would at least get bums back on seats in the stadium.

greybot 07-01-2019 02:02 AM

That was one of the most tense games not involving my team I've seen. Feel sorry for the Bears there. Tough way to lose and they were on top for most of the game. All the lowest seeded teams smashing the playoffs!

Funk Butter 07-01-2019 02:14 AM

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Originally Posted by greybot (Post 14580063)
That was one of the most tense games not involving my team I've seen. Feel sorry for the Bears there. Tough way to lose and they were on top for most of the game. All the lowest seeded teams smashing the playoffs!

Since 2002, QBs making their first playoff appearance were 14-29. Add another three losses to that, all as home favorites too.

Norwich_Eagle 07-01-2019 09:38 AM

That was sickening to watch.

Beckenham Boy 07-01-2019 11:06 AM

I was shaking during the Chargers game but we deservedly held on in the end. A superb defensive performance and we continue to defy the pundits who write us off all the time. I'm sure the Chiefs with the same 12-4 season record will not be totally ignored vs the Colts as we were vs the Ravens. Most pundits were saying it was a foregone conclusion pre-game. Happy continuing to play on the road as underdogs

davematt 07-01-2019 11:10 AM

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Originally Posted by Beckenham Boy (Post 14580360)
I was shaking during the Chargers game but we deservedly held on in the end. A superb defensive performance and we continue to defy the pundits who write us off all the time. I'm sure the Chiefs with the same 12-4 season record will not be totally ignored vs the Colts as we were vs the Ravens. Most pundits were saying it was a foregone conclusion pre-game. Happy continuing to play on the road as underdogs

I'd say at this point the Chargers are the most complete team left in the play offs. Derwin James, Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram are all game changers on defence.

And it would not at all surprise me to see the AFC Championship game in LA...Chargers v Colts. In fact, I'm pretty convinced at least one of those go on the road again and get another win this coming weekend.

aj4england 07-01-2019 11:41 AM

Chargers looked great on defence, but some of Ravens play calling and there insistance on using Jackson throughout perhaps hindered rather than helped. Will be interesting to see how Chargers fair this time around against Brady who is far more capable through the air.

The Colts, as solid as they were, the secondary of Texans was nothing short of embarrassing at times from the get-go. Also, they don't have anywhere near as much firepower as the Cheifs.

Cowboys vs Rams - Surely the Rams should progress? I guess it depends if the D-Line such as Lawrence can get to Goff.

Eagles vs Saints - This surely will be a Saints win. Eagles were lucky to sneak through?

davematt 07-01-2019 11:51 AM

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Originally Posted by aj4england (Post 14580407)
The Colts, as solid as they were, the secondary of Texans was nothing short of embarrassing at times from the get-go. Also, they don't have anywhere near as much firepower as the Cheifs.
?

This could be a shoot out.

Chiefs run defence is one of the worst in the NFL and Marlon Mack is flat out flying at the moment.

But big chance this game falls on each QB and Luck is one of just a few QB's that could go toe for toe with Mahomes. And the Chiefs secondary is very vulnerable.


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