Falcons have announced they are moving on from Vic Beasley.
This is goldFalcons have announced they are moving on from Vic Beasley.
The gift that keeps on giving.
6 games for attempted murder on the field.
"It's their choice, not mine," Norman said. "Now I can start something new and fresh."
Or both. Bridgewater could get an offer for a starting gig. Hill could be talked into being the No. 2 guy with the Saints, I suppose.So that means either Teddy Bridgewater or Taysom Hill are out of New Orleans. Tough decision for NO because Hill is not a true QB and don't believe the hype on him. Who did they turn to when Brees got hurt? Teddy B.
View: https://twitter.com/adamschefter/status/1230276415813230592?s=21Wow.....Schefter says the playoff structure is going to change this season coming up. 7 teams will make it per conference with only 1 first round bye.
Their current system is PERFECT. 16 games. 32 teams, 8 divisions. Schedules are super easy to understand and determine. 6 out of 16 teams in each conference seems like just the right amount - enough so that you've got a fighting chance (even if some years you're 8-8), but not so much that it diminishes the importance of the regular season. The 4 division winners in each conference get the byes. It's really ideal. So of COURSE they have to screw it up.Every league appears to be taking the "Why not make the whole plane out of playoffs?" approach. I don't love it.
Sunday night playoff game is a killer, but I'm pretty sure the ratings will be stellar regardless. Doesn't seem to effect the regular season games, even when they are lame. And this is the playoffs. A Sunday night game will be a bonanza in the ratings.WC week-end: 3 games on Saturday (1p,430p, 8p) and 3 on Sunday?
thats a lot of football to digest.
Could be some shrinkage in ratings
I could see the early games getting cannibalized as most normal people make life choices (like interacting with spouses, kids,), running errands, feeling the sun, etc. before glueing themselves on the couch for the two later games.Sunday night playoff game is a killer, but I'm pretty sure the ratings will be stellar regardless. Doesn't seem to effect the regular season games, even when they are lame. And this is the playoffs. A Sunday night game will be a bonanza in the ratings.
If you think you are close to a lock for the first seed OR more likely to be the seventh seed than the second seed you should support it. I’m not sure into which category luckiestman thinks the Jets fall.Well, then every single team that doesn't think they are a lock for the #1 seed should vote against it? It would get like 0 votes...