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  1. Bills <div class="sr_share_wrap" style="overflow:auto"> <table class="sr_share" id="" data-cols-to-freeze=",1" style="border-collapse: collapse; font-size:.83em; border: 1px sold #aaa; overflow:auto;"> <caption>Team Stats and Rankings Table</caption> <colgroup><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col><col>&
  2. Cardinals 38 Titans 15 Bills 38 Chiefs 20
  3. The Cardinals could use some additions to their pass-rushing group!
  4. Yeah, Cardinals have the pieces for a top-10 unit, he's one of the two top-tier OL on their team, and - from a communication and rhythm standpoint - arguably their most important lineman. Good IOL are especially important with Aaron Donald still up for one or two more matches with the Cards this year. DJ Humphries is comfortably one of best LTs in the league. Justin Pugh is good, but not great. Good pass pro guy on the inside, strong in the run game. Playing between Hudson and Humphries makes him look like an All-Pro. RG is an interesting situation. When Kelvin Beachum is playing, he's c
  5. The Secondary was actually pretty solid last year, just question marks at CB with nobody in that room being consistent besides Murphy, but that safety group was insanely deep. It was even deeper this off-season, so I'm not surprised to see them doing so well. And yeah, Robert Alford is an upgrade over his injury replacement from last year (Dre Kirkpatrick), while Byron Murphy outplayed Patty P and is even better this year. Add in some other new bodies at CB like Hamilton and Wilson and it was a clear upward trajectory for a defense that was somehow good last year. Not even mentioning thei
  6. Sam Darnold's career TD:INT ratio has actually gotten worse this season lol. He now sits at 6:7 in 2021. Play PJ Walker, Rhule. You know you wanna.
  7. One of the Cards' biggest additions of the off-season and one of the very best pass blockers in the NFL is now out for at least three weeks, with Max Garcia starting in his place. https://www.azcardinals.com/news/center-rodney-hudson-placed-on-injured-reserve-jordan-phillips-activated
  8. Worst passer rating in years. Has an incredible running game. And while I doubt he gets penalized for getting hit behind a bad offensive line, they can't be rating him positively for those plays, either. So why is he rated so well? Is his receiving corps that includes Julio Jones and AJ Brown THAT bad?
  9. Wait, when did it pass us? @11sanchez11, @DirtyDez, @LuckyNumber11, @Zalixar we gotta hurry and post in our Subforum! #birdgang #riseupredsea
  10. Personally, I think the Seahawks and Rams are BOTH gonna win. Just my humble opinion.
  11. Man, move aside QBs... DTs have the best contracts in football.
  12. First Team All-Pro: Tucker 4 Ryan 1 Player of the Month: Tucker 7 Ryan 3 Player of the Week: Tucker 13 Ryan 9 All-Decade Teams: Tucker 1 Ryan 0
  13. 2 billion is nothing to sniff at. But at least with a 128,000 years long contract, maybe the money won't be squandered away as quickly?
  14. It's a battle of two titanic defensive ends: Breiden Fehoko, who has the league's highest cap this year with upwards of 2 billion, or TJ Smith, who is slated to be paid for the next 128,800 years, according to Spotrac.
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