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  1. The NFL REALLY needs to stop putting the Giants in prime time slots. I get that NYC is a big market, but they make for an absolutely s*** product on the field. The two Steelers games, the two Giants games, the Redskins game, and the Pats/Jets games are all going to be horrible. The rest...could actually be pretty darn entertaining.
  2. Honestly, despite Mayfield looking like the best rookie QB last year, at this point I'm putting Mayfield at 4th in the 2nd year QB rankings. Darnold, Allen, and Lamar Jackson all seem like better players right now. I just can't help but feel like those three put a lot more work in to improve in the offseason, while Mayfield is still at where he was last year.
  3. The effort to get onto the ball there. He whiffed on picking it up, ran past it, then kinda just stood and looked at it afterwards instead of just diving on the ball. It would have been 4th down, but we would have punted it, forced them back inside their own 20, instead they got the ball at midfield
  4. I'm really amused. We've completely stuffed the Colts run game, so when they just made a 4 yard run on 2nd and 10, the Colts team feed got all excited and was like "He found a seam! He's had our two best runs of the night so far, now!" I'm just sitting there like "calm down, Sassy Pants, it was a 4 yard run."
  5. Didn't someone mention that they were disappointed by Singletary's showing so far? After this drive, I'm not...
  6. Wait, all I have is the Colts feed, but I swear I just heard them say something about an injury to Josh Allen. Did I hear right? Is Allen injured?
  7. I'm wondering if the run D is looking so good because they don't think Brissett can hurt them, and so are keying in on the run, or if it's actually just so good?
  8. As weird as it sounds, I can't help but feel like despite the end of that drive, it was still a win for us. We moved the ball down the field with some quick rhythm passing, Josh showing that he can throw underneath, taking what he's given. Not the worst start ever. And if this was a real game, and we could keep doing that, we're going to wear the Colts D out, gash them later on in the game.
  9. I have trouble with Matt Ryan being just mediocre, and Eli and Newton being "greats." Goff and Wentz are somewhere between the "greats" and "is what it is" category. Trubisky is still fairly young, but I can't help but feel like he should still be in the "is what it is" category. All that being said, plus my personal belief that Rosin, Haskins, and Murray don't have a snowballs chance in hell of being great due to their situations, especially their offensive lines, and I have to agree with you. The future is much brighter in the AFC than the NFC. However, you do mention that in the NFC there are 5 upper echelon QBs, 3 on their way out the door, but the same is true in the AFC.
  10. Giants and Dolphins strike me as falling into the "suck for luck" category, the Fins on porpoise, the Giants due to a horrible front office. Redskins drafted a QB, but I still don't expect them to be good. Falling into the second category would probably be the Ravens again. They lost a lot of talent on D, with Suggs, Smith, Mosely, all jumping ship, not to mention John Brown. Additional teams that strike me as a team where I can't recall any big moves they made or anything that would suggest they noticeably improved at all would be the Titans and Lions. They just seem like teams that are treading water, rather than improving. The Steelers fall into this category for me as well. I don't think they'll be bad, per se, just that they haven't really improved at all from last year, and maybe got a bit worse. Bengals keep trying to redo their OL, but it keeps falling apart on them; the Red Rifle can be fairly decent behind a good line, but has shown he's bad behind a bad OL, which they now have, so I don't hold out much hope for them. I have no faith in Chuckie being able to build a team out in Oakland. The Cardinals are consistently believed to have improved greatly due to the new QB/coach dynamic, but I can't help but feel like they're severely overrated. I'm still looking for them to be picking in the top 5 of the draft next year after doing nothing to improve their OL.
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