2020 NFL: Wk.6 Game Thread

Ale Xander

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NATIONAL BROADCASTS
  • Sunday Late Afternoon 10/18, Green Bay @ Tompa Bay (4:25, FOX)
  • Sunday Night 10/18, LA Rams @ San Francisco (8:20 PM, NBC)
  • Monday Late Afternoon 10/19, Kansas City @ Buffalo (5:00PM, FOX/NFLN)
  • Monday Night 10/19, Arizona @ Dallas (8:15PM, ESPN)
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Phil Plantier

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Seems like all the good early games are on CBS and all the bad early games are on Fox.
 

Van Everyman

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I mean, fuck, if he’s calling his own QB “A Rod” he may be getting stuffed in a locker after the game regardless.
 

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10-0 Pittsburgh, after a pick 6.

Cleveland still can't do much against Pitt. They haven't win in Pittsburgh since 2003.

2003!
 

Bergs

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Is it just me, or has RedZone been a clusterfuck this year?
 

rymflaherty

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Interesting move by the Jags to purposely go into a game with a Kicker who’s never kicked a FG...not even in College. Apparently he was only responsible for kickoffs there.
 

johnmd20

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You’ve been watching for a while and starting to realize when the play they’re showing you actually happened a minute ago. It’s the same as ever.
In the 4th quarter, in close games, most of what it shows is live. Early on, they always are catching up to big plays.
 

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Like the Romeo Crennel decision to go for 2 up 7, even though it didn’t work. If you like your chance of making 2 better than your chance of stopping the other team from making 2, it’s the correct call.
 

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Like the Romeo Crennel decision to go for 2 up 7, even though it didn’t work. If you like your chance of making 2 better than your chance of stopping the other team from making 2, it’s the correct call.
I didn’t agree with that move, as I didn’t really see the logic, but what you said makes sense...interesting way to look at it and I see the logic now if you trust your Offense more than Defense.
 

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Houston is the kind of franchise you hate more as a neutral fan for sucking than anything else
 

BigJimEd

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Like the Romeo Crennel decision to go for 2 up 7, even though it didn’t work. If you like your chance of making 2 better than your chance of stopping the other team from making 2, it’s the correct call.
I don't know if it was right call or not but I'm not sure that is the right way to look at it. Just because you like your chance better doesn't automatically mean it's the right call. I sour think you'd need a fairly high percentage on both sides.


But one of our more analytical posters can probably give a breakdown on one way or other.
 

Harry Hooper

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No one touched him, and it wasn't a give-up slide. Why is Buck focusing on the knee being down?
 

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I find myself rooting for Brady for the first time as a Buc. I may not give any shits how the Bucs do as a team, but when it becomes a "Battle of the QBs" type situation, I am 100% in Brady's corner.