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7 hours ago, Denton Rovers RLFC said:

1-7 Falcons beat 7-1 NO Saints and pretty convincingly, Jets beating Giants, Browns beating the Bills, Titans beating the Chiefs, the bookies will be coining it in this weekend!

It's like they don't even care about my predictions.

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14 hours ago, Wiltshire Rhino said:

Browns win... ūüėÄ

 

...but I suspect there might be some repercussions. ūüôĄ

Myles Garrett will be getting some time off work

 

Myles Garrett suspended indefinitely by the NFL.

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Britain’s Jay Ajayi has re-signed with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Tonight’s Sky games are very decent indeed:

Baltimore at Houston at 6pm in the battle of two of the hottest QBs

Philadelphia at New England in a rematch of Super Bowl LII

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On 13/08/2019 at 20:06, Gerrumonside ref said:

Predictions in the notoriously hard to predict NFL (from first to last) - here’s mine:

(# Denotes playoff seeding)

AFC East:

New England Patriots(2); New York Jets; Miami Dolphins; Buffalo Bills 

AFC West:

Kansas City Chiefs(1); Los Angeles Chargers(5); Denver Broncos; Oakland Raiders 

AFC North:

Cleveland Browns(3); Pittsburgh Steelers; Baltimore Ravens; Cincinnati Bengals

AFC South:

Indianapolis Colts(4); Tennessee Titans(6); Jacksonville Jaguars; Houston Texans 

Playoffs

Wildcard:

Browns to beat Titans; Chargers to win at Colts

Divisional: 

Chiefs to beat Chargers; Patriots to beat Browns

AFC Championship:

Chiefs to beat Patriots

 

NFC East:

Philadelphia Eagles(3); Dallas Cowboys(6); New York Giants; Washington Redskins

NFC West:

Los Angeles Rams(4); Seattle Seahawks(5); San Francisco 49ers; Arizona Cardinals

NFC North:

Chicago Bears(1); Minnesota Vikings; Detroit Lions; Green Bay Packers

NFC South: 

New Orleans Saints(2); Atlanta Falcons; Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

Playoffs

Wildcard:

Eagles to beat Cowboys; Seahawks to win at Rams

Divisional:

Seahawks to win at Bears; Saints to beat Eagles

NFC Championship:

Saints to beat Seahawks 

 

SUPER BOWL: Kansas City Chiefs to beat New Orleans Saints

 

 

 

 

 

Oh dear, most of these predictions are way out ūüėā

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Aaaand ... Bama are out of the 'conversation' for the top four. Losing a tight defensive game against Auburn 48-45 with, because history repeats, a field goal that would have tied it going awry.

So the top four, for now, is LSU, Clemson, Georgia and Ohio State ... my bet, and I think most commentators, is that whoever loses in the LSU-Georgia game next week could be bumped and if Clemson lose to Wisconsin they will definitely go too ...

The corruption of it all is magnificent.


Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life. (Terry Pratchett)

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Just watching on TV the selection of the 100 greatest NFL players on a position by position basis with extra picks for the more skilled positions.

This particular episode was on the twelve all time best running backs (in no particular order below) as selected by a panel including Bill Bellichek:

 

Jim Brown

Emmitt Smith

Eric Dickerson

Barry Sanders

OJ Simpson

Gayle Sayers

Dutch Clark

Steve Van Buren

Lenny Moore

Walter Payton

Marion Motley

Earl Campbell

 

Must admit that Dutch Clark (1930s Lions), Steve Van Buren (1940s Eagles), Lenny Moore (1950s Colts) and Marion Motley (1940s/50s Browns) are not names I was readily familiar with from the list chosen.

The others up there are legends I feel lucky to have seen as their careers unfolded  (even if just via a grainy TV image usually on Channel 4), in particular Dickerson, Sanders and Smith.

 

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LSU nicely understated before the title game

 


Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life. (Terry Pratchett)

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