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 Posted: Wed Sep 6th, 2017 01:50 pm
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This thread is a multi-purpose thread in regards to NFL week one. Picks, fantasy talk, smack-talk, in-game chat, all is 'in play' here.


Lets take a look at the bookies current stance on things. You'll notice that since the lines were posted last May that many have changed significantly. Some teams are projected now as stronger (Philly) and others are projected as weaker (Jets tank? , Colts w/out Luck, Dolphins w Cutler)



Kansas City At New England (9)
NY Jets at Buffalo (9.5)
Atlanta (7) at Chicago
Jacksonville at Houston (5)
Philadelphia (1) at Washington
Arizona (1) at Detroit
Oakland at Tennessee (2)
Tampa Bay (2.5) at Miami
Baltimore at Cincy (3)
Pittsburgh (9) at Cleveland
Indy at LA Rams (3.5)
Seattle at Green Bay (3)
Carolina (5.5) at San Francisco
NY Giants at Dallas (4)
New Orleans at Minnesota (3.5)
LA Chargers at Denver (3.5)

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Lol @ the Bills as a nearly 10 point favorite when they have zero offense besides McCoy.

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Adrian Peterson is coming home to play the Vikings in his first regular season game as a Saint. Knowing how the Vikes perform in circumstances like this, AP having 136 yards rushing with 2 TDs en route to a 31-13 Saints victory wouldn't surprise me in the least.

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LAF wrote: Lol @ the Bills as a nearly 10 point favorite when they have zero offense besides McCoy.

Never saw a team favored by 9 that had a QB in concussion protocol

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beejmi wrote: LAF wrote: Lol @ the Bills as a nearly 10 point favorite when they have zero offense besides McCoy.

Never saw a team favored by 9 that had a QB in concussion protocol

He's going to play. The funny thing is if he couldn't, Peterman would have been the lowest drafted rookie Opening Day starter since Randy Hedberg for Tampa in 1977.

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Defending Super Bowl champs 15-2 straightup and 11-4-2 against the spread in week one since the year 2000

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beejmi wrote: This thread is a multi-purpose thread in regards to NFL week one. Picks, fantasy talk, smack-talk, in-game chat, all is 'in play' here.


Lets take a look at the bookies current stance on things. You'll notice that since the lines were posted last May that many have changed significantly. Some teams are projected now as stronger (Philly) and others are projected as weaker (Jets tank? , Colts w/out Luck, Dolphins w Cutler)



Kansas City At New England (9)
NY Jets at Buffalo (9.5)
Atlanta (7) at Chicago
Jacksonville at Houston (5)
Philadelphia (1) at Washington
Arizona (1) at Detroit
Oakland at Tennessee (2)
Tampa Bay (2.5) at Miami
Baltimore at Cincy (3)
Pittsburgh (9) at Cleveland
Indy at LA Rams (3.5)
Seattle at Green Bay (3)
Carolina (5.5) at San Francisco
NY Giants at Dallas (4)
New Orleans at Minnesota (3.5)
LA Chargers at Denver (3.5)
I will take:New England -9. Buffalo          -9.5.Atlanta          -7.Hou             -5.Arizona         -1..Tennesse      -2.Tampa Bay    -2.5.Cincy            -3.Rams            -3.5.Niners           + 5.5.Dallas            -4'Saints            +3.5.Chargers        +3.5

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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

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Watching Colts vs Rams

Scott Tolzien may be the worst professional QB I have ever seen. Ever.

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The Jets made no attempt in that game against the Bills. Todd Bowles is not only an idiot, but it was almost like he was deliberately losing for a top pick he will never see. Goes for 2 to tie the game with tons of time left, putting his team behind the 8-ball for the remainder of the game. Not to mention he kept punting on 4th down and short, 4th down at midfield. There's 4 minutes left and you're down by 2 scores! How do these maroons get these jobs?

The Bills are really bad too, but have LeSean McCoy. 

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LAF wrote:

The Bills are really bad too, but have LeSean McCoy.


Thanks to Chip Kelly.


I dont even remember the mediocre linebacker we got for him.

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Also LOL @ Houston booing the Texans

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Cowboys up 16-0 at the half.

Bedtime

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beejmi wrote: LAF wrote:

The Bills are really bad too, but have LeSean McCoy.


Thanks to Chip Kelly.


I dont even remember the mediocre linebacker we got for him.
Alonso?



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Benlen wrote: beejmi wrote: LAF wrote:

The Bills are really bad too, but have LeSean McCoy.


Thanks to Chip Kelly.


I dont even remember the mediocre linebacker we got for him.
Alonso?

Correct

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