Thread: NFL 2019

Lee - 7/31/2019 at 07:32 PM

Well all the teams are in camp. Anybody interested?


Lee - 7/31/2019 at 07:44 PM

Just saw this:

RIP Nick Buoniconti.


BIGV - 7/31/2019 at 07:55 PM

Being a lifelong Saints fan, that game took all of the wind out of my sails and I've yet to pay much attention. But I will, I'll be there come the opener...

Dark-horses:
1) Jacksonville / Nick Foles should elevate them with that Defense
2) Cleveland - Of course
3) Oakland
4) Tennessee

The Bottom:

1) NYG
2) AZ
3) Miami


Lee - 7/31/2019 at 09:42 PM

Jacksonville should be interesting.
Cleveland is certainly the doll.
Oakland I disagree with.
NYG I agree with. I wonder if they make a QB change during the season.
I think Miami might be okay. Not great by any means but not horrible.


BIGV - 7/31/2019 at 09:50 PM

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Jacksonville should be interesting.
Cleveland is certainly the doll.
Oakland I disagree with.
NYG I agree with. I wonder if they make a QB change during the season.
I think Miami might be okay. Not great by any means but not horrible.



Lee, who is "your" team?


Lee - 7/31/2019 at 10:51 PM

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Jacksonville should be interesting.
Cleveland is certainly the doll.
Oakland I disagree with.
NYG I agree with. I wonder if they make a QB change during the season.
I think Miami might be okay. Not great by any means but not horrible.



Lee, who is "your" team?



Sadly, the Detroit Lions.


porkchopbob - 8/1/2019 at 08:32 PM

I'm pretty excited for the season. As a Packers fan, last season was a bit of a wash (who knew it would be the Bucks and Brewers featuring MVPs and nearly going the distance?), so I'm excited to see what LeFleur and a ton of fresh talent will bring to the table.


Lee - 8/2/2019 at 08:11 PM

Packers are 3 1/2 point dogs opening night. Not sure what I will do with that but since they have the hook (the extra half point) I think I would lean to them.


jszfunk - 8/3/2019 at 01:43 AM

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Being a lifelong Saints fan, that game took all of the wind out of my sails and I've yet to pay much attention. But I will, I'll be there come the opener...

Dark-horses:
1) Jacksonville / Nick Foles should elevate them with that Defense
2) Cleveland - Of course
3) Oakland
4) Tennessee

The Bottom:

1) NYG
2) AZ
3) Miami



Ehhhh...
Clev could implode real quick with all of those personalities.
Oak . Not impressed with last year.Gruden overrated. We'll see.
Tenn Not sold on them .Mariota should have taken that next step by now to be an upper tier QB. He is hurt alot. It's time for him to do something or look for another QB.
Jacksonville will be interesting. I like Foles and I hope he does well, besides against Indy.

Go Colts!!!


Stephen - 8/3/2019 at 01:30 PM

Pats will be in the mix as always -- also Browns this year
Happy birthday TB12, at 42 a top-rated QB


nebish - 8/3/2019 at 07:17 PM

Alot of expectations on Cleveland this year. Favored to win the division and relatively short odds to win the AFC.


Lee - 8/4/2019 at 12:41 PM

I bet my buddy on two team total wins for the year. He was beating down Cleveland and Chicago. So the bet is both will win at least seven games. Definitely more confident in the Bears so we bet $50 on that. I can up it I think too.


jszfunk - 8/6/2019 at 11:45 PM

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Alot of expectations on Cleveland this year. Favored to win the division and relatively short odds to win the AFC.


I would not bet anything on the Browns.


BIGV - 8/7/2019 at 12:06 AM

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Alot of expectations on Cleveland this year. Favored to win the division and relatively short odds to win the AFC.


I would not bet anything on the Browns.


Agreed, not yet


Lee - 8/7/2019 at 05:30 PM

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Alot of expectations on Cleveland this year. Favored to win the division and relatively short odds to win the AFC.


I would not bet anything on the Browns.


Agreed, not yet


To do what? Win a game? go 16-0? Depends on the bet. Win the division, no I doubt that. My bet was that they'd go 7-9. I believe they won seven last year.


jszfunk - 8/10/2019 at 06:33 AM

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Alot of expectations on Cleveland this year. Favored to win the division and relatively short odds to win the AFC.


I would not bet anything on the Browns.


Agreed, not yet


To do what? Win a game? go 16-0? Depends on the bet. Win the division, no I doubt that. My bet was that they'd go 7-9. I believe they won seven last year.


Yep..anything


nebish - 8/11/2019 at 04:13 AM

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Alot of expectations on Cleveland this year. Favored to win the division and relatively short odds to win the AFC.


I would not bet anything on the Browns.


Agreed, not yet


To do what? Win a game? go 16-0? Depends on the bet. Win the division, no I doubt that. My bet was that they'd go 7-9. I believe they won seven last year.


Yep..anything


Scoresandodds showing Cle and Pit co-favorites at 3-2 for division.

5dimes shows Cle favorite +140 to Pit +160.

I don't know about who among those two might win it. But I am pretty sure it won't be Baltimore or Cincy.


Lee - 8/11/2019 at 12:06 PM

That makes sense. On the surface. I never know what to do about Baltimore. I think it was good for them to part ways with Flacco. I think he has been overrated his whole career. So I wouldn't rule them out. Should be an interesting division race.

I'll still stick with Pittsburgh to win the division.


Lee - 8/12/2019 at 08:18 PM

I'm glad I'm not a Raider fan. I don't know what they were thinking taking on the headache that is Antonio Brown. This dude just gets weirder and weirder.

https://sports.yahoo.com/report-in-grievance-hearing-antonio-brown-said-hed -hold-nfl-liable-if-injured-in-new-helmet-152500273.html




porkchopbob - 8/12/2019 at 08:42 PM

The Raiders have been a hot mess even when Al Davis was there. It all goes on ownership, there's clearly a problem with the culture there. They will sign anyone, there's a reason it's a last stop for veterans looking for one last pay check or desperate players willing to sign anywhere. They signed Richie Incognito.

But I'm sure everything will be completely legit. After the move to Nevada.


Lee - 8/12/2019 at 08:55 PM

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The Raiders have been a hot mess even when Al Davis was there. It all goes on ownership, there's clearly a problem with the culture there. They will sign anyone, there's a reason it's a last stop for veterans looking for one last pay check or desperate players willing to sign anywhere. They signed Richie Incognito.

But I'm sure everything will be completely legit. After the move to Nevada.


Indeed. I think Al Davis loved that stuff. And if you haven't, read the books by Ken Stabler and Jack Tatum. And if you can find any, watch an interview with Fred Belitnekoff. That stuff is pretty darn funny.


porkchopbob - 8/15/2019 at 02:11 PM

Cool list of the top 100 squads. Even includes a pre-merger pre-Super Bowl AFL squad (1962 Oilers), something the NFL would have you believe doesn't exist.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2019/08/05/nfl-best-teams-history -all-time-patriots-bears-dolphins/


emr - 8/15/2019 at 08:30 PM

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The Raiders have been a hot mess even when Al Davis was there. It all goes on ownership, there's clearly a problem with the culture there. They will sign anyone, there's a reason it's a last stop for veterans looking for one last pay check or desperate players willing to sign anywhere. They signed Richie Incognito.

But I'm sure everything will be completely legit. After the move to Nevada.


Indeed. I think Al Davis loved that stuff. And if you haven't, read the books by Ken Stabler and Jack Tatum. And if you can find any, watch an interview with Fred Belitnekoff. That stuff is pretty darn funny.


I think it was Warren Wells who spent time in prison; Otis Sistrunk (from the University of Mars) Drafting a punter (Ray Guy) in first round and making it one of the best draft picks ever (term hand time was invented for him) The Snake fumbling forward for a TD necessitating a rule change. Casper and Christensen at the forefront of changing TE into a WR like position. The Mad Stork. Blanda having an MVP type season at I believe it was the age of 42.

"JUST WIN BABY!"


Lee - 8/25/2019 at 12:03 PM

Andrew Luck retires right before the season starts. Maybe given his injuries it is warranted but how can he do it now? Supposedly loves the team, the city and the organization but it looks like he left them in the lurch. Right before the season is going to start?


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