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Colts beat Chiefs! 
Raiders lose on 2pt conversion 

Miami get the ball with 1:41, run it twice then throw!!which is incomplete, have their punt blocked for a safety which gives the ball back to the bills with 90secs and now a FG wins for the bills, bills get the ball to within a yard of the FGline, player tries for more yards instead of the sideline and they can’t spike the ball in time. Miami hold on.

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8 minutes ago, Gorgoroth said:

Colts beat Chiefs! 
Raiders lose on 2pt conversion 

Miami get the ball with 1:41, run it twice then throw!!which is incomplete, have their punt blocked for a safety which gives the ball back to the bills with 90secs and now a FG wins for the bills, bills get the ball to within a yard of the FGline, player tries for more yards instead of the sideline and they can’t spike the ball in time. Miami hold on.

Bloody Bills, cost me the tips and more importantly a multi lol.

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Robinson drops a sitter on the Endzone line, should have been 7-0, instead 3-0.

I have to leave for work in 25 mins so after that I’ll avoid scores to watch the replay when I’m home, was hoping for a nice big lead before then but I realised even with that I won’t relax at work at all 😄

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4 hours ago, layzie said:

And just like that we're all out this week again 

lol

7 road winners too and very nearly another 6 away victories! Go figure

Haven't seen any games or highlights yet due to work commitments

How on Earth did the Packers win?  I didn't have us even getting close

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Rams pretty much tried every way to get the cards back in the game on their play calling and Rahem Morris playing soft cover last two mins before the half,  veevyone bangs on about him being a head coach, I don’t think he is that great a D coach. I mean he has AD, Ramsey, Wagner (last year Millar) and we still can’t contain other teams getting massive plays all game, his philosophy is bend don’t break invites teams to get on a roll.

Mcvays call of a deep shot when 2nd and 2 was dumb, use both plays get the first down, control the ball and keep the O out of the field, that stuff up meant the cards got the ball and scored twice before the half when we were dominating. McVay hated Goff cos he couldn’t throw downfield. Now with Stafford he draws up plays downfield that are not good, they are usually to Atwell or Powell who are not great and usually in cover. If he had Hill, sure, draw those plays up.

 Hope we get some players back soon and FFS sign OBJ now.

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@Gorgoroth@layzie@Dee Zephyr@Go the Biff@Clintosaurus  @JV7@DeeSpencer@Dappa Dan@titan_uranus@DemonDave

Just the 1 point on offer in the comp this week

All 3 of the evening games are eminently watchable (on paper at least)

Jags @ Philly, Bills @ Ravens & Washington @ Dallas are good match-ups as well

 

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20 hours ago, Gorgoroth said:

He has looked decent, Dak will take over but this guy will end up on another teams roster at years end. No way he stays a back up

Yeah Cooper is no world beater but he's proven he can win games, always like these stories where an opportunity presents and a QB takes it and boosts their stock level. 

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4 hours ago, layzie said:

Yeah Cooper is no world beater but he's proven he can win games, always like these stories where an opportunity presents and a QB takes it and boosts their stock level. 

Tbh I think his arm is decent and he seems to make the right decision nearly each time within his limits. Helps with those QB’s that the run game is very good.

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