Complaining about releasing a punter is the sign of a good team: you don't have many other things to complain about.
Broncos are still the team to beat, despite the QB situation, simply because the skill position players are good enough and the defense is elite. It will keep them in games, all the offense has to do is not turn the ball over. The Patriots have a tough situation with the Brady suspension, could see them at 2-2 before he comes back, but they'll still be fine.
Steelers offense is incredible, enough to put them deep in the playoffs. Chiefs are a balanced team, but will be held back by the conservatism of Alex Smith and Andy Reid's well-documented foibles. AFC South is a total toss up, no team is balanced with the Colts having a good offense and rough defense and the Texans being the opposite. A lot of people are dark-horsing the Jags, but eeehhhh it's dangerous. The Titans will be awful and no one will care. AFC North is probably going to get a wildcard spot with the Steelers and Bengals and (maybe? Can't be nearly as terrible as last year) Ravens. Chargers scream 6-10, at best, but Keenan Allen is worth tuning in for. Raiders have a fun young team that's going to be in the playoffs sooner rather than later. I'd love it if RGIII and Josh Gordon were the redemption story of the year.
Cardinals, Panthers, Packers, and Seahawks remain the elite teams. Really like my Packers again this year, and we're kind of built up to be all-in with our offensive line hitting free agency next year. NFC East is an absolute dumpster fire, so who knows? Not sure Kirk Cousins is viable, but tagging him was the smart move. The Giants and the Cowboys have holes, and woof on the Eagles. The NFC South is Panthers territory, the Saints have problems and the Falcons are the most bland team in the league (JULIO THOUGH). **** Jeff Fisher, can't wait til he gets fired. 49ers are going to be an adventure, Bears offense will be awful per usual, Bucs will improve but wild card talk is hasty.
really interested in seeing how Kelvin Benjamin does for Carolina after his injury
and i think aaron rodgers will have a big season this time
Broncos add a 3rd quaterback in veteran Austin Davis
This is obviously to not put the world on the shoulders of Lynch
Goodell will assimilate all,resistance is futile
Big game week 1
New England Patriots at Arizona Cardinals (Week 1)
Inter-conference games tend not to generate the same kind of hype rivalry games do, but when the Patriots and Cardinals square off in Week 1 of the regular season, there will be more than enough to make things interesting.
Both the Patriots and Cardinals lost in their respective conference title games a season ago, and both will be looking to start hot in 2016 as they aspire to return to their winning ways. Those expectations are staples of both Bill Belichick and Bruce Arians who are, arguably, two of the best coaches in football today.
But even beyond the battle between coaches, the Patriots and Cardinals sport two of the most talented rosters in the NFL. However, there will be one glaring absence that puts this game in the map.
Tom Brady will be suspended after dropping his Deflategate appeal, meaning Jimmy Garoppolo will make his first professional start. On the road. In Arizona. Against a very talented, very aggressive Cardinals defense.
“You get a rookie quarterback, it’s always exciting when you get a guy like that for his first game because he’s going to be nervous,” Cardinals defensive tackle Campbell told CBS Sports Radio in July. “He’s probably going to be sitting there holding the ball a little longer or trying to get rid of it quick, throwing bad balls.
“As a vet, we definitely pride ourselves on welcoming [quarterbacks] the right way.”
anyone here watch college football aswell? Jalen Hurts.... the new QB for Alabama looks like some sort of prospect, very impressed... albeit USC were absolutely garbage
6pm Packers v Jaguars
9pm Giants v Cowboys
One day away from Week 1, with the Super Bowl rematch starting it all off.
Last edited by BostonFans; 7-9-16 at 21:20.
Newton startin off much of the same
Denvers defence wide open in the middle and not much offence. Gonna take a few weeks before we see things settle
Since Seiman rushed them yards he's grown in confidence
17 - 21 CJ Anderson is the man to turn to
20-21. 4mins left.
Massive for the young QB. Cant just give to Anderson on first 2 downs
Fails straight away then punt 40 yards - awful
Defence come alive Davis and Miller make 2 sacks
Harris gifts a 1st down with pers foul. going to the death
seconds left, Carolina with a 50 yard field goal to win
He missed it,
Denver called time out on his first kick and he screwed the 2nd attempt
Denver win when at half time where 10 pts down
Siemien missed a few easy throws but was nice to see him run from the pocket
Great game to start season off -
Even though it was just me talkin to myself
That must be the biggest flag in the world at Jacksonville - 9/11 remembered
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