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 Posted: Mon Sep 11th, 2017 03:27 am
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The AFC South winner may not finish .500

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Seven people are dead after awatch party( Dallas/New York) in Plano, Texas, according to DallasNews.com.
One of the seven dead is the shooter, per the report. Two others are wounded; their conditions are unknown.
"I've been here all my life," Plano police spokesman David Tilley told DallasNews.com. "I've never heard of anything like this."
The Cowboys played the New York Giants in Week 1 of the NFL season on Sunday night.

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Some thoughts...

- Is Cleveland better, or did Pittsburgh just have a bad day? I expected a huge blowout.

- Houston looked terrible in the first half with Savage. When they put in Watson, the attitude changed. Everyone responded. They still lost, and he still made some rookie mistakes but he is their answer at QB. At least for now.

- Fantasy owners are shitting their pants this morning after the performance and injury to David Johnson. I am one of the lucky/unlucky owners who picked Johnson #1 overall.

- Fournette is the real deal in Jacksonville. However, they will literally kill him if they run him like they did on Sunday. He will retired in 3 years.

- If people say Zeke is only good because of the offensive line, take a look at the game last night when Alfred Morris was in. Same line, big difference.



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My thought....

I know it's only week one, but rookie WR Galloday is making me wonder "Calvin who???"

Nice comeback by the Lions after that lousy 1st quarter.

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I hope for Cincy's sake Dalton just had the worst day ever as QB. If the team is legit as bad as they looked...wow

Same with Eli Manning. Looked completely confused and frustrated, even moreso than usual. And the end of game "drive"...no urgency to try and score whatsoever even though they needed two scores inside a minute. Why not just take a knee?

Tom Savage sucks. Tolzien sucks worse. No way Kap shouldn't be playing in the NFL with those two on rosters. Kap is flawed but he can play a little. At LEAST better than those two.



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Most of the games kind of boring this weekend really. Bad, bad, badder performances by some teams.

Raiders won. All that really matters.



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I was in a fantasy football auction and nearly got David Johnson for $12 via the ESPN.com auction room because there was so much banter and trash talk going on that people got distracted. Somebody hit the bid button at literally the last millisecond to keep the biding alive and the guy eventually went for $60 or some such number. I was lamenting missing out. If that wrist injury keeps him out for a while. I won't feel as badly about it.

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Angelic Assassin wrote: Most of the games kind of boring this weekend really. Bad, bad, badder performances by some teams.

Raiders won. All that really matters.

That was the main game I watched and I was impressed. Mariota and Tennessee did not play bad, the Raiders just played better, and I think the Titans are a pretty good team this year.
Good way for them to open the season.
Saints and Vikes should be interesting tonight. 



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Colts aren't as bad as they looked, they just have a very very very inept head coach. He never has his guys prepared.

That and rolling with Scott fuckin' Tolzien.

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The Colts erred in not having a proper replacement for Luck on hand, forcing them to use Tolzien. However, I think Jacoby Brissett would have been in there from the start had he not arrived so recently.

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beejmi wrote: and the ratings from last night are in and  ....they're way down.



With 21.8 million NFL fans tuning in, the kickoff of the 2017-2018 season was down 13% for the NFL and NBC from last year’s opener. Not only does that represent a very real smack down for the league and the net coming off a previous season that saw double-digit declines in its early months, but it is the worst an opening game has done in over five-years.

In fact, this is the first time in five years that the kickoff game has fallen below 25 million viewers. And, while the most watched network show in three months, even with streaming and other NBC platforms bumping things up to 22.2 million, the game still fell short of the 25 million mark.

All of which means a lot more is now riding on Sunday Night Football’s NY Giants and Dallas Cowboys match-up on September 10.

Because if those two mega-market teams can’t score ratingswise, the NFL has a real re-think on its agenda

I watched about 10 minutes of the New England game and not much else, we got the crappy Texans game and Seattle v Green Bay is of no interest. Giants and Dallas have always been channel changers to me. 

I can get my football fix by watching college games that interest me as opposed to the couple of NFL games they make me choose from


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Rams attendance was only about 33% of capacity.
Niner attendance was about 50% of capacity.
Any other team suffering from lower attendance?



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Colts
Texans
Bengals
They should be looking for new coaches in a few weeks.



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Benlen wrote: Rams attendance was only about 33% of capacity.
Niner attendance was about 50% of capacity.
Any other team suffering from lower attendance?

Los Angeles fans don't care, unless the team is a legit contender nobody is showing up to Rams or Charger games. I have no idea what the rams were drawing last year but it will get worse. 



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ESPN tried to make a huge deal about a female doing the play by play of the 2nd game last night. But it blew up in their face and all the talk is making fun of how the sideline reporter was a guy from ESPN Deportes who couldn't speak English very well.

The trainwreck at ESPN continues.

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