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 Posted: Wed Dec 6th, 2017 07:51 pm
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We'll kick off with the bookies opinion of things. Some games no spread due to QB injuries.


New Orleans (1) at Atlanta
Detroit at Tampa Bay (NO LINE - STAFFORD)
Chicago at Cincy (6)
Indy at Buffalo (NO LINE - TAYLOR)
Seattle at Jacksonville (2.5)
Oakland at Kansas City (4)
Minnesota (3) at Carolina
Green Bay (3) at Cleveland
San Fran at Hoiuston (2.5)
Washington at Chargers (6)
NY Jets (1) at Denver
Tennessee (3) at Arizona
Philly at Rams (2)
Dallas (4.5) at NY Giants
Baltimore at Pittsburgh (5.5)
New England (11) at Miami

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 Posted: Wed Dec 6th, 2017 08:41 pm
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New Orleans (1) at Atlanta                 saints
Detroit at Tampa Bay                         bucs
Chicago at Cincy (6)                           bears
Indy at Buffalo                                   indy
Seattle at Jacksonville (2.5)                jax
Oakland at Kansas City (4)                  kc
Minnesota (3) at Carolina                    car
Green Bay (3) at Cleveland                 browns win
San Fran at Hoiuston (2.5)                  jimmy g and the niners
Washington at Chargers (6)                 chargers
NY Jets (1) at Denver                          jets
Tennessee (3) at Arizona                     tenn
Philly at Rams (2)                               rams
Dallas (4.5) at NY Giants                     dallas
Baltimore at Pittsburgh (5.5)               pitt
New England (11) at Miami                  pats




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NO WAY we beat the Giants. Exactly the kind of game we always lose.



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Bills win in OT in a snowstorm despite questionable coaching decisions and awful play calling. Nate Peterman got concussed in the 4th quarter, and immortal Vikings legend Joe Webb came in to oversee the win. Had they just fed McCoy all day, this would have been a blowout. But it's the NFL, and coaches act like they are performing complicated brain surgery.


The area of WNY I live in has a dusting of snow by the way.

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that was actually fun to watch in the parts I tuned in for. Football in ridiculous conditions is always hilarious one way or another.



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Even with the Vikings losing, and hanging in until the end despite playing so poorly, yesterday was a fun day of football. The Eagles-Rams game was filled with scoring and big plays. I saw what I could of Colts-Bills via RedZone and loved the bad weather. If not for OT, that game would've ended in 2 1/2 hours due to the teams mostly running. Seahawks-Jaguars had some theatrics with the fight. The Packers got their usual insanely good luck in combination with the Browns completely blowing it.

The late afternoon games for week 15 are big with Patriots-Steelers as the late afternoon doubleheader game on CBS while some Fox markets will get a late afternoon match up of Rams-Seahawks. The Vikes have a home recovery game in the early afternoon against the Bengals. Aaron Rodgers is supposed to return for Packers-Panthers. The Browns have their home finale against the Ravens as they seek their first win. Eagles-Giants sees the visitors look at life post Carson Wentz. Because the college football regular season is over, we get Saturday football with Bears-Lions (the hosts need a win to stay in the playoff race) and Chargers-Chiefs has 1st place in the AFC West on the line. The Chiefs will be back in the driver's seat with a win since it would give them the season sweep over the Bolts.

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