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  1. It was definitely a dirty hit. Fast or slow motion.
  2. interesting take on the Minn RB injuries https://ffstudentdoc.home.blog/2019/12/18/the-vikings-backfield-injuries/
  3. Boone [...], Perriman and McLaurin if available.
  4. The current forecast ........ Windy with rain diminishing to a few showers. High 61F. Winds WSW at 25 to 35 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Winds could occasionally gust over 50 mph.
  5. Thanks, glad that I saw this. Wind approx 25 mph the entire game with gusts in the high 30's Damn, was going to use him in 2 different leagues
  6. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/ JuJu Smith-Schuster calls himself questionable for Sunday Posted by Josh Alper on October 4, 2019, 12:53 PM EDT Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph said this week that he is emphasizing getting the ball to wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster after a quiet Week Four, but it remains up in the air whether Smith-Schuster will be there to catch the ball against the Ravens. Smith-Schuster did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday and told reporters after Friday’s session that he was able to do the bare minimum at the final workout of the week. As a result, Smith-Schuster declared himself questionable to play this weekend. The Steelers haven’t issued an official injury report for this weekend, but it’s hard to imagine they come up with a different designation given the wideout’s lack of work this week.
  7. It's kind of ironic how many batted balls Eli throws, when so many people are critical of drafting "short" QB's
  8. He looked pretty good. Still made some knuckehead throws but BUF was moving the ball fairly well. Both INT's came off WRs hands, not really on Allen on those. Cole B looked good with him as well as Brown.
  9. from NFL's Judy Battista Deciphering what Brown is looking for is now the problem of his next team. There is always greater tolerance for greater talent in the NFL, but Brown has now proven too toxic for two of the league's most player-friendly coaches and franchises -- not everyone would have tried everything to make this work, especially after Brown threatened Mayock -- in the space of just nine months, and that says a lot more about him than it does about them. The rapid acceleration of Brown's behavioral decline finally outpaced his physical gifts on Saturday, and that raises a question that teams have to be considering now as they weigh whether to toss this grenade into their locker room in the first week of the season. It's entirely fair to question if Brown even wants to play football anymore and what personal factors precipitated this extraordinary meltdown. Those are delicate, difficult questions at a moment when Brown's public emotional state has swung like a pendulum. We have all gawked at the Raiders' follies with Brown, but Brown is clearly in some degree of private turmoil and that has to be addressed and not simply enabled -- by the people closest to him and, alas, by the people who hope to next benefit from his skills. All signings are just a cost-benefit analysis. Brown surely likes the trappings of the NFL, but he just threw to the wind what should have been $30 million guaranteed over what? An outdated helmet? A five-figure fine? Will any team interested in him now dare to guarantee anywhere close to that kind of money, given the on-full-display risks associated with him? Can any team expect to win when the head coach has to spend this much time managing one player? The benefits of Brown's presence are clear in any stat line. The costs are not simply reflected in the payroll. They are borne by those who have to make an entire team function. And for now, Brown simply costs too much.
  10. Here's his latest tweet “The child who is not embraced by the village will burn it down to feel its warmth”
  11. Yup. It was mentioned during the game also. Rams got up to the line of scrimmage quickly, so McVay could then read the defense and feed the play to Goff before the cutoff. The Pats weren't going to let that happen all the time
  12. Simms: Antonio Brown’s got frostbitten feet in a cryotherapy machine Posted by Mike Florio on August 6, 2019, 2:47 PM EDT ...... After Monday’s show, Simms got word from someone with knowledge of the situation that Brown burned his feet by entering a cryotherapy machine without the proper footwear, and his feet were frostbitten. Brown’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, did not respond to a request for comment. The former Steeler started training camp on the non-football injury list. He exited NFI, practiced for a few days, and then was unable to practice. He has seen a specialist, and is regarded as day to day. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/08/06/simms-antonio-browns-got-frostbitten-feet-in-a-cryotherapy-machine/