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notthatbluestuff

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  1. A player that has great stats on a team that misses the playoffs with a losing record should be in contention for MVP - this is what you're suggesting?
  2. Rematch of SBXLV: Packers vs Steelers. Same starting QBs, but this time its Tomlin vs LaFleur.
  3. Absolutely he can. Dalton has become a bit of a laughing stock and the poster boy for mediocrity in recent years but the truth is that he performs as well as the talent around him. If he has a great supporting cast, he'll be great (or at least really good). If his supporting cast is subpar, so will he be. Everyone seems to think the Cowboys are cooked without Dak. I say the offense is the least of their worries right now, and that'll remain true going forward.
  4. Who's in charge of the offense now? Does this hurt or help Watson in the short term?
  5. Woohoo, still alive. I will think on my pick for next week, please stand by.
  6. How would you rank the hierarchy of tiers when it comes to starting kickers in the NFL? I'm interested in where you guys would place the guys just below the elite of the elite (Tucker, Butker etc). For reference, here they all are: Arizona - Zane Gonzalez Atlanta - Younghoe Koo Baltimore - Justin Tucker Buffalo - Tyler Bass Carolina - Joey Slye Chicago - Cairo Santos Cincinnati - Randy Bullock Cleveland - Cody Parkey Dallas - Greg Zuerlein Denver - Brandon McManus Detroit - Matt Prater Green Bay - Mason Crosby Houston - Ka'imi Fairbairn Indianapolis - Rodrigo Blankenship Jacksonville - Stephen Hauschka Kansas City - Harrison Butker Las Vegas - Daniel Carlson LA Chargers - Mike Badgley LA Rams - Sam Sloman Miami - Jason Sanders Minnesota - Dan Bailey New England - Nick Folk New Orleans - Wil Lutz NY Giants - Graham Gano NY Jets - Sam Ficken Philadelphia - Jake Elliott Pittsburgh - Chris Boswell San Fransisco - Robbie Gould Seattle - Jason Myers Tampa Bay - Ryan Succop Tennessee - Stephen Gostkowski Washington - Dustin Hopkins
  7. Colts RB Jonathan Taylor looks electric with the ball in his hand and, contrary to preseason reports, looks like a fully capable receiver. Excited to see him as the lead rusher going forward. WR Michael Pittman didn't get a lot of action, only targeted twice. Still, he was on the field for more than 50% of snaps. S Julian Blackmon was ruled out with an injury. OL Danny Pinter came on as a sixth lineman for 5 plays. Defensive rookie contributions were all made on special teams. K Rodrigo Blankenship made four of five kicks, missed from 30 yards.
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