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  1. Bye Week Thread

    The future of the AFC being a bunch of Mahomes v. Lamar games is really exciting as a football fan and really sad as a Titans fan.
  2. Yup, I’ll take the humiliation in Indy over a second straight loss to Minnesota.
  3. Yeah, I’m sure there’s some kind of deal where he won’t just dump all over them. But they had three WWE contracted talent criticizing and begging them to stop a storyline that’s been a major part of Raw lately on that backstage show. Because of the Fox deal and trying to treat it like a sport, I think there’s a good bit more freedom than you’d traditionally think. If the goal is to draw viewers, it’ll probably work short-term. I’ll watch next week just to see how big the limitations on him are.
  4. GDT: Chiefs -3.5 (6-3) @ Titans (4-5)

    Nate Davis lolol.
  5. I would guess he’d have a decent amount of freedom. First, he’s a Fox employee that had plenty of leverage during negotiations. And second, he’s a desperation move to try to draw eyes. He couldn’t have more power because that show was already dying and he enters as pretty much the only chance to salvage it. Could easily be the first step towards him wrestling a couple more matches, but also wouldn’t be surprised to see him just cash some checks, talk wrestling and take a few shots at the E every episode while never stepping foot in the ring.
  6. A.M- Life After Marcus Watch (options?)

    Yeah, I could see something like 3/45 being possible as well. I consider him to be a more proven, consistent starter than the Fitz/Taylor, but I could see him being and Teddy getting similar contracts this offseason. As I think more about it, $15 million per seems about right, unless he lights it up and leads us to the playoffs, then the number could be $20M+.
  7. Other Games/Teams Thread

    I get a real 2017 to mid-2018 Jared Goff feel from Jimmy G. Will be interesting to see if Shanahan can stay ahead of defenses in a way that McVay hasn’t been able to this year.
  8. GDT: Chiefs -3.5 (6-3) @ Titans (4-5)

    It can be both. RT clearly didn’t recognize the blitz and if he did, the easy read is to just throw it right past the blitzing nickel. Instead he stared down his receiver and, when Kelly failed to do his job, was just fully committed to one receiver no matter what. With that said, obviously that’ll happen from time to time. Kind of thing we’d have been rough on MM for, but also just something that occurs every game unless you have an elite QB.
  9. A.M- Life After Marcus Watch (options?)

    The only thing that could really affect Tannehill is if Chicago or the Chargers (if Rivers retires) get involved. I just don’t see a truly bad team wanting to commit to Tannehill. And most good/borderline good teams are settled at QB. Maybe Tampa or Denver (in the sense that I have no idea what Elway will ever do).
  10. A.M- Life After Marcus Watch (options?)

    I’d guess you’re looking at 2 years, $40 million for Tannehill. Maybe 3 years, $60 million with an out after two. Possibly a little less. His league-wide reputation seems to be a bit below Foles (based on how little trade interest RT generated) and a slightly younger Foles got $22 million per.
  11. King Henry Appreciation Thread.

    I’m really torn by it. He’s still only 25, he has under 700 carries in his career (for comparison, CJ had 1,187 carries through four years), and he’s now proven to be the back he looked like to close last year. He’s also a running back that’s not a particularly good pass blocker and is a below average receiver. That’s tough to fully commit to. When you factor in the assumed release of Dion and $23 million in cap rollover, we are sitting at $75 million in cap room. Even if you want to resign Tannehill and assume it will be $15-20 million, there’s still not much of a concern with being able to resign everyone. Logan Ryan is the top priority for this upcoming group of free agents. Beyond that is Conklin. Then there’s a few guys that could be retained, but shouldn’t be all that pricey. So yeah, I’d resign Derrick. If Leveon Bell is getting a contract that is easy to get out of after two years, I’m sure Henry would as well. If I thought a Henry contract would hamstring us at all, I’d be out, but the cap just isn’t a big concern the next couple years. Jayon will probably get paid. Adoree and CD haven’t lit the world on fire and aren’t in line for serious money. And then every other player of real significance has either been paid, is getting older, or has time left on their rookie deals. Note: This post ended up way longer than intended.
  12. MKE Bucks Thread (9-3) | Kawhi who?

    Yeah, seems to just be a thigh contusion, which makes 3-4 weeks seem long. But should be fine long term.
  13. MKE Bucks Thread (9-3) | Kawhi who?

    Middleton out 3-4 weeks. Despite all the complaining, he is an important piece. With that said, it’s not necessarily a bad thing to get a few weeks of Donte and Sterling playing major minutes early in the season. Could help them push for the starting 2 job when Khris is back.
  14. GDT: Chiefs -3.5 (6-3) @ Titans (4-5)

    Fully expect us to lose to the Jags out of the bye. The craziest part of this stupid season is that we still have complete control since we have the Colts and the Texans twice. But I’m feeling losses to the Jags and Raiders and wins against the Saints, Colts and a sweep of Houston.
  15. GDT: Chiefs -3.5 (6-3) @ Titans (4-5)

    Rode Henry against a bad run defense. After the last couple weeks, I can definitely appreciate just planning to attack a weakness.
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