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  1. Where should Jameis and Bell get traded too?

    Patriots. Jameis to NE and Bell to SF.
  2. NFL 2018 Week 2 Game Day Thread

    Or John Beck, believe it or not (someone on Miami's staff wanted him).
  3. NFL 2018 Week 2 Game Day Thread

    The black guy with glasses officiating the Brown-Saint guy isn't great, either. He cheated for the Pats in the Pats-Titans playoff last year.
  4. Some, but not that much. I think that Marvin Harrison and the Colt special teams also deserve blame for his failures in Indy.
  5. Week 2 Overreations

    That makes sense. Cincy hasn't been into basketball in years. That was the reason that the Royals left in 1972 (although, if Maurice Stokes doesn't have his accident, and him and Oscar Robertson combine to win some chips in the 60's, Cincinnati may have grown to love hoops a lot more).
  6. Best goal line stands you remember.

    I think the Bengals also had a goal line stand against the Cardinals in Week 1 of the 1988 season that was a springboard to SB XXIII.
  7. GDT Week 1: SEA @ DEN

    I am really beginning to like this Denver team. They have a good shot against Oakland.
  8. A great read on Elway

    I remember that draft, and the Middlebrooks pick. I know that CB was a need that year (along with O-line), but Middlebrooks was a disaster. Brees would have been great.
  9. GDT Week 1: SEA @ DEN

    I think they split with the Chargers, who can be wishy-washy at times. Also, I think they can beat the Steelers (who's D may be iffy this year) and Texans (who may be a M*A*S*H unit by then) at home. Denver has 10-win talent. This is a better team than last year.
  10. GDT Week 1: SEA @ DEN

    I am actually looking at a 10-win season this year. This team has the talent to do it, and I think that Keenum will be efficient enough to make that happen. I think that the playoffs and the 2019 season will really start to expose him, though, and Chad Kelly will take over sometime next year.
  11. 2018 Standings AFC East: 4-Patriots (11-5), Dolphins (6-10), Jets (5-11), Bills (3-13) North: H-Steelers (12-4), Ravens (7-9), Browns (6-10), Bengals (4-12) South: 3-Jaguars (11-5), 5-Texans (10-6), Titans (7-9), Colts (5-11) West: 2-Chargers (12-4), 6-Broncos (10-6), Chiefs (8-8), Raiders (5-11) NFC East: 3-Eagles (12-4), Redskins (8-8), Cowboys (7-9), Giants (5-11) North: 2-Packers (12-4), 6-Vikings (10-6), Bears (8-8), Lions (2-14) South: H-Saints (13-3), 5-Falcons (10-6), Panthers (9-7), Bucs (4-12) West: 4-49ers (10-6), Rams (10-6), Cardinals (8-8), Seahawks (5-11) Wild Card AFC: Broncos over Jaguars, Pats over Texans NFC: Eagles over Vikings, 49ers over Falcons Divisional Round AFC: Chargers over Pats, Steelers over Broncos NFC: Packers over Eagles, Saints over 49ers Championship Games AFC: Steelers over Chargers NFC: Packers over Saints SB 53: Packers over Steelers (Aaron Rodgers, MVP) OFF-SEASON PREDICTIONS Coaches gone at end of season: Adam Gase (Miami), John Harbaugh (Baltimore), Dirk Koetter (Tampa Bay), Matt Patricia (Detroit), Pete Carroll (Seattle) Players in new places: Matt Stafford (from DET to JAX for a 2nd rounder), Jameis Winston (from TB to NE for a 3rd-rounder), Ryan Tannehill (relased by MIA, signs with BUF to back up Allen), Le’Veon Bell (traded from PIT to SF for first and third rounder). 2019 FIRST ROUND MOCK: 1. Detroit (2-14): Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon 2. Buffalo (3-13): Ed Oliver, DT, Houston 3. Cincinnati (4-12): Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio St. 4. Tampa Bay (4-12): Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn 5. Oakland (5-11): Raekwon Davis, DL, Alabama 6. Seattle (5-11): Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn 7. Indianapolis (5-11): Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson 8. N.Y. Giants (5-11): David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin 9. N.Y. Jets (5-11): Joe Jackson, EDGE, Miami 10. Cleveland (6-10): Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss 11. Miami (6-10): Rashan Gary, DT, Michigan 12. Tennessee (7-9): Devin White, LB, LSU 13. Dallas (7-9): A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss 14. Baltimore (7-9): Brian Burns, EDGE, Fla. St. 15. Oakland (from CHI): Greedy Williams, CB, LSU 16. Kansas City (8-8): DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia 17. Arizona (8-8): Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson 18. Washington (8-8): Drew Lock, QB, Missouri 19. Carolina (9-7): Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson 20. L.A. Rams (10-6): Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama 21. Houston (10-6): Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama 22. Minnesota (10-6): Trey Adams, OT, Washington 23. Atlanta (10-6): Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson 24. Jacksonville (12-4): Andre Dillard, OT, Wash. St. 25. Denver (10-6): Josh Allen, LB, Kentucky 26. Pittsburgh (from SF): Montez Sweat, EDGE, Miss. St. 27. New England (11-5): Chase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan 28. Philadelphia (12-4): Bryce Love, RB, Stanford 29. San Diego (12-4): Tre Lamar, LB, Clemson 30. Green Bay (from NO): Jalen Jelks, EDGE, Oregon 31. Pittsburgh (11-5): Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern 32. Green Bay (12-4): Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
  12. Why Pittsburgh Should Have 7 Rings

    Does Brady make that much of a difference in their matchup in Foxboro that year? Pittsburgh's defense was on fire. The only loss they had that year that may have been different with a healthy Brady was @Indy. That puts NE at 12-4 and division champ, but they would have been the three-seed (Steelers were 12-4, and they win tie-breaker due to head to head win). After that, you would have had a three-way tie for the WC between Miami, Baltimore, and Indy (who is now 11-5 with the loss to NE). Indy would have been the five-seed due to a better conference record (9-3 to 8-4 for Baltimore and Miami). For the six seed, I imagine that they settle that head to head since both teams had the same conference record. Baltimore beat the Dolphins that year, so they get the six-seed and go to NE, and Indy still goes to SD. Even with Brady, the 2008 Pats weren't as good as the year before, and the Ravens are a bad matchup for them. So, I am picking the upset. Ravens win behind the efforts of a strong running game. The rest of the playoffs plays out as it did in reality.
  13. 2018 53-Man Roster Projections and Discussion

    He should be, but anything's possible with these guys.
  14. 2018 53-Man Roster Projections and Discussion

    Matt LaCosse would also make it.
  15. Are the 90's the greatest movie decade?

    I think that the 70's is the best, with the 90's a close second.