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  1. mr_hunt

    Stefon Diggs Traded to Buffalo for 4 Picks

    diggs is explosive but really inconsistent...high price to pay, imo.
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    Ex NFL players as Announcers and Media analysts.

    greg olsen will be really good if he ever retires. they actually had him do a game during carolina's bye week & he sounded like a pro.
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    Sanu to Pats for a 2nd

    makes a little more sense for the pats than it would for most teams because they're trying to get rings right now while brady is still playing...and that 2nd round pick will be in the 30's.
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    Week 7: Chiefs @ Broncos

    way past his prime peyton is the best they've had since elway. it's been pretty bad.
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    Dak vs Carson

    dak is very good when zeke is playing & the defense must key on stopping the running game. take zeke away & dak is still decent...but can't carry an offense, imo.
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    Irish Eagles

    okay, since it's the sunday night game, i believe it will kick off around 1:30 am local time in ireland. yeah, i might not be able to watch that one.
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    Concerning DirecTV

    go chop those trees down, brah. and be sure to park your truck nearby!
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    Irish Eagles

    the wife & i are heading to ireland this september and will be in galway for the eagles/falcons game on sep 15. any ideas where the heck i'd be able to watch that game? it is a national tv game here in the us...the sunday night primetime game. thanks!
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    Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs Patriots.

    the super bowl should be moved to saturday. going to work the next day sucks...and i've heard statistics about a huge increase in call-off and loss of production the monday after the super bowl. short of declaring the monday after the sb a national holiday...which won't happen....the best solution is super bowl saturday!!!
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    Hey Alvin!

    that was a tough call by the refs. if there are any saints' fans on here, i think this video really shows the clear pass interference: oh wait...this is your heartbreaking playoff loss from last season...not from yesterday. wrong bad.
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    Are you rooting for Andy Reid now?

    great googly moogly!
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    Are you rooting for Andy Reid now?

    i wouldn't say "rooting"...but the chefs are the least disgusting remaining option, imo.
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    Next year in London

    yes, ma'am.
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    REPORT: FA WR Corey Coleman released by Patriots

    nah...i scooped don on this one.
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    Kaepernick still no job

    "Two years ago, Colin Kaepernick sat on the bench during the national anthem for the first time before the San Francisco 49ers played the Green Bay Packers in a preseason game. This was the statement he gave after the game explaining why he was protesting: "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder." When Kaepernick and I met and talked just six days later, a few hours before the 49ers were set to play the San Diego Chargers, we discussed a lot, but more importantly we listened to each other. I wanted him to stand and he had pledged to sit during the anthem, but we found middle ground: Colin would take a knee, making his statement about police brutality while also respecting the men and women who fought and died for what our flag is supposed to represent. The men who have followed in Kaepernick's footsteps say they are not protesting the anthem itself, they are demonstrating during the anthem. It's an important distinction to understand. Personally, I do not endorse Kaepernick's method of protest but I absolutely support his right to do so. That is an unpopular place to stand these days, in the radical middle, defending someone you somewhat disagree with…. It's hard for me to grasp why this is so difficult for people (from both ends of the political spectrum) to understand. It's OK to be different, it's what makes us the same - embrace it and remember that nobody's a perfect patriot, especially not me." --- former Seahawks long snapper Nate Boyer (a former Green Beret)