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    NFL 2021

    Just in case anyones forgotten

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    Why are you interested in these dull, American TV game shows?

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    In General all the teams look competitive except for a few that are in rebuild mode. Most all games now are quite enjoyable to watch and lots of offense. Already been more OT games by week 5 then all of last season.

    This year looks OK so far for the Dallas Cowboys. Need to see at the end when it matters. My Pops is close to calling it another rebuild year and toss in his towel on the 49ers. NBA starts on Tuesday. Golden State Warriors look good so he will probably watch that. Any of you guys have NFL Game pass? This is my 3rd season and I sure do like and enjoy it. No more getting up at odd hours to watch the games live. I get up and watch in the afternoon usually when to hot to work around the place. I can also watch all teams/games at my convenience. I keep the scores turned off and do not read the sports page so its a fresh game for me.

    And HarryB....Dull you say..... F1 has become the dullest auto sport out there going. No parity, race is usually over by the 1st or 2nd lap and all they do when someone passes another is bitch/Piss and moan and then fine, penalize the driver because it was to close or they took the other guys lane. Hate to see any of those guys break a fingernail or mess up their pretty little outfits.... It ranks right up there with woman's synchronized swimming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Why are you interested in these dull, American TV game shows?
    Why do you feel the need to post about a topic you’re obviously not interested in, and know fuckall about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    Niners
    They need to cut ties with Jimmy G, and go with Lance.

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    Either Aaron Rodgers or the GOAT will be hoisting the SB trophy this season.

    Sorry snubbie, but Seattle is fucked without Russell Wilson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
    Sorry snubbie, but Seattle is fucked without Russell Wilson.
    Pretty much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
    Either Aaron Rodgers or the GOAT will be hoisting the SB trophy this season.
    Way too early in the season to be making that assertion. I think this might be the Bills’ year.

    It’s been a while since we’ve seen so many great young QBs, leading really good teams.
    Kyler Murray, Justin Herbert, Lamar Jackson, Josh Allen, Dak Prescott, or Patrick Mahomes all have legitimate shots at hoisting that trophy.

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    Might miss a few games.

    NFL player Henry Ruggs III facing drink-driving charges after car crash in Las Vegas left one woman dead

    The Raiders player was driving a Chevrolet Corvette when it slammed into the rear of a Toyota Rav4 in Las Vegas. The Toyota burst into flames killing the driver and her dog.
    NFL player Henry Ruggs III facing drink-driving charges after car crash in Las Vegas left one woman dead | US News | Sky News

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    And he's been fired.

    9:04 PM PT -- The Las Vegas Raiders just announced they have released 22-year-old wide receiver Henry Ruggs III.

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    The Raiders are still trying to distance themselves from the Jon Gruden debacle. An organization that has always had an image problem, they understandably had to cut ties with him. Obviously feel bad for the poor person he killed, but I also feel bad for Ruggs. 22-year-old kid shouldn’t be in that situation. A tremendous talent, with Olympic speed. My guess is he’ll get 4 to 5 years, serve 3, and be back in the NFL someday.

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