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 Posted: Thu Nov 23rd, 2017 05:43 am
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I'll get spreads and stuff up later.

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 Posted: Thu Nov 23rd, 2017 06:32 am
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5 games have double digit favorites and 2 others aren't far away. Go NFL!

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 Posted: Thu Nov 23rd, 2017 03:37 pm
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Today


Minnesota (3) at Detroit

Chargers (1) at Dallas

NY Giants at Washington (7.5)

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beejmi wrote: Today


Minnesota (3) at Detroit

Chargers (1) at Dallas

NY Giants at Washington (7.5)



27-13 Vikes in the 3rd.

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Minnesota (3) at Detroit      I would have bet on detriot

Chargers (1) at Dallas        Chargers and the under

NY Giants at Washington (7.5)     Easy win for Skins



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 Posted: Fri Nov 24th, 2017 11:48 am
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The Vikings played a strong, disciplined game and booted my Lions. We could get away with the slow starts against the Browns and the Bears, but no Minny.

I don't think Bridgewater will crack this lineup anytime soon- Case Keenum played a great game, nothing flashy, just solid!! Hats off to the Vikings, who just about clinched the division. Now the Lions can swim in that 8-9 team swamp of wild card wannabees!

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 Posted: Fri Nov 24th, 2017 03:06 pm
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Cowboys cooked already. Love it.

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 Posted: Sat Nov 25th, 2017 07:55 pm
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Really is a bad lineup


Cleveland at Cincy (7.5)
Chicago at Philly (14)
Miami at New England (16)
Buffalo at KC (9.5)
Tampa at Atlanta (9.5)
Carolina (5.5) at Jets
Tennessee (3.5) at Indy
Seattle (6.5) at San Fran
New Orleans at Rams (2.5)
Jacksonville (5) at Arizona
Denver at Oakland (4.5)
Green Bay at Pittsburgh (14)
Houston at Baltimore (7)

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The Vikings are 9-2 and already have tiebreakers on the Saints and Rams via head to head wins for seeding should they all finish with the same records. The Vikings play at the Falcons this coming Sunday and at Carolina the week after. Both will be tough, but if they can survive by at least splitting the two games, they come home to face Cincinnati, then go to a weakened Packers who may be eliminated by game day, and finish up at home against the Bears.

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The next 2 games are tough for the Eagles and Vikings. I think the Vikes could have trouble with the Falcons but the Eagles have a tough opponent in Seattle even with half their secondary out. The NFC definitely has more depth of good teams than the AFC this year.

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I kinda think the Falcons have 'righted the ship'

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 Posted: Wed Nov 29th, 2017 01:19 am
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Two days later, but how the hell did the Chiefs win at New England easily with the way they are playing? That was a lethargic, go-through-the-motions, lifeless performance against a Bills team begging to get blown out. KC had wide open tight ends on most plays. Alex Magoo Smith just wouldn't throw to them, or was way off when he did. Nice win for the Bills, but they really did very little in that game.

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Early on in the season Kareem Hunt was playing like a hall of famer and Alex Smith was on fire too. They cooled off and so have the Chiefs as a whole.

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 Posted: Wed Nov 29th, 2017 05:26 pm
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You should hear the radio here in KC. All clamoring for Mahomes

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LOL. I knew Smith was a fluke.



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