Dope Divisional NFL Game Thread

DeadlySplitter

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ref this time mistakes a hit to the head in the other direction.

the game (and other sports too) have gotten too fast for human eyes.
 

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Brady changing the play and Fournette goes closer to hear and Brady is like, "GET SET! GET SET."

Time out.

Sure that time out won't matter either, like it didn't matter to the Browns.
 

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There is no way Payton goes to Jameis here, even if it is the right call, this is Brees' last game and Payton would rather let him lose it his way than take the chance on winning and maybe having Brees benched in his last career game
 

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Michael Thomas is basically a decoy this year, which is really something else considering he had like 150 catches last year.
 

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Sorry to interrupt the Bucs/Saints game threading but didn’t see mention of this and thought it was pretty cool and others might find it interesting...

Buffalo Bills fans celebrated their victory over the Baltimore Ravens in a unique way this weekend.

The Bills defeated the Ravens 17-3 on Saturday in the AFC divisional round. During the game, the Ravens lost quarterback Lamar Jackson in the third quarter due to concussion protocol.

So Bills fans -- nicknamed the Bills Mafia -- wanted to show their support for the injured NFL player. They utilized Reddit to figure out Jackson's favorite charity, CNN affiliate WLKY-TV.
https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2021/01/17/us/buffalo-bills-lamar-jackson-blessings-in-a-backpack-trnd-spt/index.html?__twitter_impression=true
 

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Sure, but you're losing and they know you can't run 70% of your offense.
At some point you have to take the chance of a turnover in return for the possibility of scoring without needing 18 plays
It's not like Brees isn't a turnover machine right now.