NFL Week 6

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    New England Patriots tied with the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills for first place in the AFC East so the Jets vs Patriots should be a good game.

    If you want to watch a blowout,
    Denver Broncos are playing the New York Giants.

    Atlanta Falcons will be playing redeemer after an unexpected loss two weeks ago, this week they play the Miami Dolphins in Atlanta.

    Steelers vs Chiefs is always a good game so is
    Packers vs Vikings


    5th Circuit Court vacated Ezekiel Elliott’s preliminary injunction & Eastern District of Texas has to dismiss case. So, his 6-game suspension is back on and could start after bye. Zeke’s side will now have to refile and process starts over in New York

    Ezekiel Elliott has 105 rushes this season. No other Cowboys running back has more than 8 carries (Alfred Morris)


    If NFL can get focus back to FOOTBALL & honoring FLAG … I can quickly FORGIVE — as I love football 🙂 I still may watch game anyway as I’m not letting a few bad apples spoil all the fun. Still I’m am 100% in not only standing but having hand over heart when USA, Canada or other anthems play. It’s not even a pro-military or taking any side — it was how I was raised by my parents, but if players continue to use it as protest forum – it will turn folks off.


    [size=5]WOW — My Washington REDSKINS barely pulled out a squeaker against the SAN FRANCISCO “forty-kneelers” 😉 🙂 I think teams that kneel the most, could lose more games & fans than usual?

    I only watched a tiny bit of football this weekend – as I took a knee from hours of viewing actually a few years about …. I mainly listened to REDSKINS game on radio while outside in 80F weather (there are some GOOD things about GLOBAL WARMING – lol)

    The injury to Aaron Rodgers was bad – as he is one of my heroes.

    P.S. a thread for rest of season should suffice :)[/size]


    I’ll run some numbers after tonight’s Monday nighter game

    [quote=”CautiousInvestor” post=2344]I think teams that kneel the most, could lose more games[/quote]


    NFL road teams have won more times (46-44) than home teams through Week 6 for the first time since 2000.

    — On Sunday, teams went 8-2 when facing an opponent who was higher in the standings.

    — The defending NFC champion Falcons blew a 17-0 halftime lead, losing to a Dolphins squad that had only three offensive touchdowns all season before its comeback. It was Atlanta’s second straight loss at home.

    — The Giants only needed to get rid of starters Odell Beckham, Sterling Shepard, Brandon Marshall, Olivier Vernon, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Weston Richburg, Paul Perkins and Jonathan Casillas before resembling the team everyone expected them to be before the season, cruising to a win in Denver, one of the league’s toughest environments for visiting teams.

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