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Left him on the bench for fantasy, could be a mistake

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

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Doubt it. Dwayne Can't Throw A Forward Pass Haskins isn't going to do that a whole lot today.

Is coronavirus over yet?

Just enough to get it done, shocked but the Whatevers defense was something to watch after the third drive of the game.

As a WTF fan, I'm certainly happy that he settled down a bit. That WTF defense is nasty.

Is coronavirus over yet?

Eh, I'm letting him sit on FA for another week. He's someone to watch as a sleeper though, if you want to stash him. Not a whole lot of offense to go around for Washington, but they need pass catchers and Logan could be one of them.

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Wentz is making all sorts of bad decisions today. I get that the WFT should have a decent defense based on their talent, but Wentz is giving them extra yards on every sack too.

I think the Jets and Browns should try practicing.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Is the Washington defense actually good enough to win them games like this or are the Eagles just terrible?

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

I'd say somewhere in between. Eagles were down an absurd amount of players by the end of the game and you could see they were mentally defeated once WFT tied the game.

Joffrey, Cersei, Ilyn Payne, the Hound, Jeff Jagodzinski, Paul Johnson, Pat Narduzzi.

Isiah Ford with two catches from Fitzmagic in a loss to the Phins. Nice to see him sticking on an active roster

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

Looking forward to when they unleash Tua to throw to IF.

The Eagles with one of the more impressive choke jobs in recent memory. Went from dominating to getting dominated

Normally you pay double for that kind of action

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

Looks like LT3 might be a safety blanket for Haskins. Great game!

Is coronavirus over yet?

Who says Rodgers is washed up??

"The Big Ten is always using excuses to cancel games with us. First Wisconsin. Then Wisconsin. After that, Wisconsin. The subsequent cancellation with Wisconsin comes to mind too. Now Penn State. What's next? Wisconsin?" -HorseOnATreadmill

Rodgers is one of those guys you can never count out. You could put him on the Jets and they'd be a threat to win 8 games.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Regular season legend, Aaron Rodgers.

Losing record in the playoffs in the previous decade, Aaron Rodgers.

Ouch, no need to hit below the belt Chris hahaha

"The Big Ten is always using excuses to cancel games with us. First Wisconsin. Then Wisconsin. After that, Wisconsin. The subsequent cancellation with Wisconsin comes to mind too. Now Penn State. What's next? Wisconsin?" -HorseOnATreadmill

He hit me below the belt earlier today

Oomph. Chris = Vikes fan. Noted!!

Ok so Saturday we're cool, Sunday:

"The Big Ten is always using excuses to cancel games with us. First Wisconsin. Then Wisconsin. After that, Wisconsin. The subsequent cancellation with Wisconsin comes to mind too. Now Penn State. What's next? Wisconsin?" -HorseOnATreadmill

Vroom Vroom

Settle and LT celebrating a win. Not a Washington fan but it's still beautiful.

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Tyrod did it Mikey, Tyrod did it!!

I got Hokies bingo during the Washington game. Saw Kendall, Stroman, and Settle on the sidelines at different points, and of course LT all over the field.

As a WFT fan, how do I celebrate after a win?

There's always a lighthouse. There's always a man. There's always a city.

Copious amounts of alchohol always encouraged. Wifey got a skins win and I got a Raiders win. Good start to the season...

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

*alchohol*

Indeed, my friend.

๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ, I dont know how my phone auto corrected that one. But I am on beer 6 so i am actually a just a smidge glad the pack cancelled on us or this would be an exceptionally drunk weekend...

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

Actually look at the schedule to see who's next. (Not sure if that's due to the apathy that set in last year, or the general apathy of 2020.)

Glad to see the Redskins defense so dominant today. A little slow in the secondary but turned out great.

Really glad to see LT do well today. HTTR!

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I'm rooting for it to oneday be HTTRW

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Lions with a great job of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory with that drop at the end. Also, Tampa looked like a clown show today

Couldn't help but notice that Ky. Wildcat, Lynnn Bowden, of recent Duke's Mayo Bowl fame ???, was traded from the Raiders to the Dolphins prior to the start of the season.......... (He was with the Raiders for at least 4 months and 0 games.) I have to wonder why, could it possibly been a character issue?? That would be SO surprising considering his despicable behavior in the warmup period prior to the Bowl game with the Hokies. Not a good look for Mr. Bowden or Kentucky Football.

TF

Actually it was reported as his transition to RB was not going as well as hoped so they did not want to waste a roster spot on him

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

I know people here don't like him because of the Belk Bowl incident, but I don't think wild speculation about his character is called for.

Multiple people have reported the trade was simply due to him not working out at running back (I'm personally shocked he didn't immediately pick up a position he's never played before in a few weeks of practice).

The report that I read indicated the Raiders were concerned about his behavior possibly negatively impacting their other draft picks and that he seemed to be more interested in looking at cars than learning the playbook.

TF

My mistake, carry on and have a leg

Peeking at the Chargers subreddit, most of the 20 people on there are calling for Herbert to replace Tyrod already. I watched the game, he had a few errant throws but made some nice ones as well, has a tough task against KC next week though.

Also think I saw Faycson on special teams maybe? don't know if he got defensive snaps as well.

The backup is always the most popular player. If they stick with Tyrod I think they have a legit shot at the playoffs with that defense and few solid weapons.

I actually think the Chargers game plan and play calling were too conservative. The reality is that Tyrod himself takes care of the ball, so they need to trust him to take care of the ball while being more aggressive. That game plan was so safe and vanilla. It was playing not to lose, and it was a questionable push-off from biting them in the ass in game 1 already.

Tyrod extended multiple drives where they had unsuccessful conservative first and second down calls lead to third and longs by making the kind of superman plays he often made at VT. They need to let that man loose a little bit.

yea I agree, their play calling was stineyesque in some ways. If I remember correctly they also couldn't convert on some 3rd and 4th and shorts in the redzone by running the ball. Sucks to see Tyrod in this position again though, was hoping that because the Chargers have to elite WRs and a pretty good back in Ekeler, he could thrive, but hopefully they'll open up the playbook more going forward.

I don't mind being aggressive at the right times, but I still disagree with the McCarthy call to go for it on 4th down inside the red zone when a field goal would've tied it. If it was 1 yard and you're trusting the OLine and Zeke to get it, I could probably live with it, but 4th and 3 when the field goal ties it seems unnecessary.

Also, losing Jarwin for the year sucks and losing LVE for 6-8 (more?) weeks with a broken collarbone make for a super shit start for the year.

Sounds good to me.. HTTFT... lol

Chris and Kirk calling an NFL game is cursed audio.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

It threw me off big time at first but I like them both and they are a huge part of my life as a sports fan, so it has settled in nicely.

At first it felt weird but I gotta say I kinda like it those guys are very very good at what they do.

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I felt like boring NFL brought them down a bit. I am sure the empty stadium sucked some life out of them as well. They did a good job though.

"If you don't have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?"

Steelers look strong.

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Rell quietly establishing himself as a part of an elite defense there. Hopefully he keeps progressing and gets a solid 2nd contract.

Yep. Always seems to be around the ball.

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Went 2-0 in fantasy this week, nice.

There's always a lighthouse. There's always a man. There's always a city.

How about that first place Washington Football Team. (gotta enjoy it while I can)

"If you don't have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?"

A 1st in Football Team history!

my favorite thing from week 1

"Why gobble gobble chumps asks such good questions, I will never know." - TheFifthFuller

https://brownswire.usatoday.com/2020/09/15/larry-ogunjobi-wyatt-teller-r...

Right guard Wyatt Teller scored an outstanding 91.2 for the Browns. Not only does it top the Browns offensive scoring from PFF, but it makes Teller the highest-graded guard in the entire league through Sunday's games

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He also picked up a 15 yarder on a crackback and almost got another one for piling on in the same drive earlier tonight.

That attitude will get him a good NFL career and a lot of laundry.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Has he regrown his mullet because we all know that is the true source of his power?

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

He backed it up, WK2 still at 90.1.

Whatever. It was one bad year.

Seasonal Brew means High ABV for football season and standard the rest of the year.

Looks like another long year on tap in Cincinnati but Burrow looks the part. If they can turn 75%+ of the roster over in the next few years they might be in a good spot. Or he wastes his career there. It's really hard to say.

As a Browns fan I am not happy with how good Burrow looked out there tonight. He is going to be a problem for years. That said the Browns defense is like half 2nd string with all the injuries and didn't look like anyone other than Ward knew how to play pass coverage. Giving up 30 to that depleted Bungals squad was a big disappointment.

Whatever. It was one bad year.

Seasonal Brew means High ABV for football season and standard the rest of the year.

You have no worries, Bungals QB's always look good for a season or two and then fade back to average at best.

If they don't fix that O-Line he may not survive for season two.

Whatever. It was one bad year.

Seasonal Brew means High ABV for football season and standard the rest of the year.

The defense and OLine are really bad in Cincy. I like their offense skill players. If they can find a few free agents and draft Sewell to go along with Jonah, they may be able to win a few of these shootouts....at least until they can fix the D....

I think it was a good idea to install a lot of LSU stuff for Burrow, but I think they are using a little too much of it when they don't have the line to pull a lot of the empty stuff off effectively. I think they are trying to do too much LSU stuff right now at the cost of leaning more on Mixon, which is the established quantity they know can produce now.

You can also tell Burrow is still getting up to speed with how NFL works. One play last nights really stood out to me. He went out of the pocket to his right and a DL from the browns was there and he tried to spin move away and the DL just grabbed him and slammed him down.
It goes to for me the oddity of NFL teams drafting QB's 1st and playing them right away. Manning was the last QB picked 1st to win a super bowl and he still split some reps his first year in the league.

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It goes to for me the oddity of NFL teams drafting QB's 1st and playing them right away.

sink or swim. move on if bust. with rookie pay scale, it makes sense to maximize championship window with them as the guy.

"Why gobble gobble chumps asks such good questions, I will never know." - TheFifthFuller

Is there a championship window? It's been 16 years since a draft with a QB taken first has won a Super Bowl. I'd say the data is starting to create a trend here.

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i don't even know why "#1 overall pick starting on day one" is any different than any other "first round QB starting on day one". If anything the argument is just that teams with a first overall QB are particularly poor.... but horribly terrible teams are also likely among the most QB needy. are you arguing that teams should mortgage the future to move up and get a rookie QB to try to put them over the top as opposed to drafting one into a poor team?

"Why gobble gobble chumps asks such good questions, I will never know." - TheFifthFuller

I'm saying bad teams that have #1 picks shouldn't play their new not NFL ready QB week 1-5 as the starter. It does nothing to help the team short or long term. Let them get used to the game, get some better playmakers around them in year 2 and make a run. QB's not named Manning taken outside top 9 haven't won a Super Bowl since the 1983 draft.

If you are an awful just awful NFL team (Browns, Bengals, Washington, Jags etc) I'd rather drop down to a 8-15 pick and get a 2nd 1st round or three 2nd round picks to actually build a team instead of hope for the best and then turn out the same way it has for 15 years of drafts, not winning a Super Bowl and only once even making it (Newton).

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that's fair. (Don't forget Goff also made a super bowl appearance). I don't agree that super bowl appearances in a vacuum is the end-all be-all indicator of whether or not a pick was a success. but i think i would tend to agree that NFL teams are actually not all that great at evaluating QBs and often reach due to high positional value.

also worth noting that there are 5 #1 overall QBs who are still active with the franchise that drafted them.

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Welp. Tyrod has probably lost his starting job already. Out today with a chest injury and Herbet gets the start and immediately leads a TD drive against KC.

Some kind of fluke injury (in the locker room?) may cost him his starting job. He has the worst luck man.

yea and after that kind of performance against the defending champs, I don't really see how Herbert isn't starting after this.

I don't think Herbert did anything Tyrod wouldn't have done. He leaned on the Chargers defense every bit as much as TT did last week.

However, given the similarities the fans will probably want the younger and shinier new toy.

It's weird because I feel bad for him but at the same time, I can't feel all that bad because he's made a nice career for himself. Not many 6th round picks stick in the league 10 years. It's just frustrating because it never seems like he can get a team that will let him be "the guy" for 2 years just to see what happens. It's always something. Maybe the team doesn't have any talent around him. Or he'll get talent but the team takes another QB and eventually moves on. He's never really had an opportunity to where he's not always looking over his shoulder.

Just the worst luck everywhere he's gone

I just sit on my couch and b*tch. - HokieChemE2016

What I thought immediately as soon as I saw the gamebreak highlight and quickly saw that #5 wasn't under center.

During halftime of the Pats/Seahawks game it was reported that he was hospitalized with chest pains Sunday morning. It was also reported that the bolts head coach stated when he is healthy he will play (for whatever that's worth).

Edit: link to ESPN story Here

Chest pains and difficulty breathing? I hope Ty's alright

"That kid you're talking to right there, I think he played his nuts off! And you can quote me on that shit!" -Bud Foster

I think I read that it was probably due to an injured rib from practice the day before? Hope Tyrod's healthy soon though

How does your starting QB injury his ribs in practice? There is no contact between linemen anymore so I know no one is getting close to the QB. Tyrod is super unlucky in his pro career...

I read on TKP somewhere it was a reaction to a shot he had before the game to play. This could be completely false as I can't remember where i read it.

I heard the same thing on either DP Show or Cowherd's. They said it was a reaction to a pain injection he got before the game to treat a rib injury

I think I also heard the injury was in the game the week before and not in practice.

The Chargers' team doctor accidentally punctured his own quarterback Tyrod Taylor's lung just before kickoff Sunday while trying to administer a pain-killing injection

1-0 every week

Olamide Zaccheaus with the loluva level play to cost the falcons the game.

I am always happy when loluva players lose because they are loluva...

OMG I was freaking out on so many levels during that game. I was ranting like a mad woman for most of the game. Got happier when Dallas woke their asses up and started playing. More ranting due to stupid mistakes and still losing. Hyperventilating during the last 2 minutes of football time. Squeezing my hands together so hard my fingers turned purple after the onside kick. Jumping and screaming and dancing when the field goal was good...

It was a FUGLY game but my Boys somehow won.

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Someone said 28-3 around the Falcon's bench in the 2nd half.

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Redskins back to Redskinning again, oof

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

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And this is suprising in what way? That's what they do.

Washington being terrible makes me happy, just like loluva being terrible makes me happy.

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Heh...Dick Stockton was turning Redskins into a drinking game.

Not the best matchup for our D. Pretty much did the same thing against Philly but Kyler is much more elusive. I like the Cleveland matchup alot more next week..and then Lamar after that game...๐Ÿ˜ฌ

I had never watched Kyler Murray play before, he looked like a pee-wee player out there he was so small. But damn can he move and throw. As long as he avoids any big hits i can see him having a fruitful career

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

I do see positive things with this Washington football team, and I think once Kendall Fuller gets back the secondary will be much better (although Apke is good for two or three boneheaded moments in each game that result in huge plays).

Whenever the offense can figure out how to generate first downs early in the game, things will be much different.

Is coronavirus over yet?

I dont know whether they need more receiving threats or whether Haskins is too in love with the check down, but defenses do not fear the big play. Something needs to improve there because the running game shows signs of promise. Agree that Fuller will add to a pretty god defense.

"If you don't have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?"

I think having a deep threat has to coincide with a line that can block better than a wet tissue. They were what, 31st last week in time for Haskins to throw? I don't think they did much better yesterday.

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We do need upgrades at the WR position. But Haskins, even when he gets time, is horribly inaccurate with his passes. He left a ton of yards on the field yesterday.

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That is what I am seeing as well. Very few easy catches for receivers. May be footwork issues, I would have to check the replay. He is also pulling too early of he wants to complete a pass and too late if he wants legitimate yards with his legs. I am pulling for him, but I have not been encouraged yet.

"If you don't have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?"

Yeah, asking a lot for the defensive line to contain and tackle him, and the talent falls off quickly as you hit the LB core. No one in the league can completely lock down Hopkins, and their other options (Kirk, Isabella, Fitz) are all really good too. That's a talented offense in AZ.

I still can't believe the Cowboys overcame a 20-0 deficit, and 29-10 halftime deficit. I don't know how Atlanta didn't try aggressively to recover that onside kick, but I am certainly not mad about it.

You and me both! That was crazy. When I called my dad at the end of the game (I have always watched football with my dad and since I got married and moved away, I always call after every score and win), he was completely shocked because he hadn't been watching the game. He had no idea that they had come back that much. The last he heard was when it was 39-30. I was talking to my mom at that point and forgot to tell her to let me talk to him. Then when Dallas got the last touchdown, I didn't call yet... He was not expecting my call at the end.

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Watching that kick, it feels like Atlanta forgot that the ball has to go 10 yards before the kicking team can touch it, ot the receiving team. Thats just bad coaching.

Anyone of the 3-4 Falcons right by it should have fallen on it.

I hate the Cowboys with a passion so that was not fun to watch.

Harrison Butker is an absolute savage

Three straight 50+ yard kicks to win the game. Including back to back 58 yarders. Wow.

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Imagine if he hadn't missed that xp earlier?

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Its weird seeing the 12th man look like a loluva spring game

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
โ€œI served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

Actually felt pretty good about NE after last nights game, they never quit kept at it and had a shot to win on the last play and Seattle simply made a play late. Gonna be interesting to see how far Newton can take NE with limited weapons on offense and depending how long White is out. Gotta feel bad for James white right now with all hes going through.

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Dang! I wasn't paying attention to much yesterday, so just read about White after seeing your post. He is by far one of my favorite NFL players! His Super Bowl 51 performance helped me win a fantasy playoff pool. He should've won MVP for that. Has always come across as a hardworking, do it the right way, all business, kind of player. Praying for him and his family.

Yup its a pretty sad story considering how good of a guy he is, really loved seeing all the players from around the league showing support last night on the broadcast.

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As much as I don't like the Pats, I do want to see Cam do well. He was done dirty in Charlotte from the start, with their refusal to get him WR help or a competent OL to protect him. Last night we saw how good he can be when he's given time to make his reads.

Also goes to show just how important the OL is. The fact that so many teams just refuse to make it a priority is befuddling. It needs to be Step 1 in how to build a contender.

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I've never been a Pats fan either, but I've enjoyed watching them these first two weeks. I like how they've mixed in some read option/RPO/and inverted veer concepts into the offense to utilize Cam's running ability. Also looking forward to Keene making his debut hopefully this weekend, as I think he's been battling an injury the last few weeks. Pretty impressive showing by Cam last night to lead the comeback and almost clinch the win.

They also are almost going out of their way to de-emphasize Cam running the ball to make the times he does run more effective, while keeping him from getting hit as often.

This is in stark contrast to the way Rivera used him, which was to essentially run him early, run him often, let him get hit as much as humanly possible, and then go full shocked Pikachu face when the injuries happen, significantly impacting his play.

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Definitely would agree that Carolina really worked him hard in that element and after a few years in a row with bad injuries they kept on which was dumb. I like the threat he brings with his feet but definitely feel he has some good arm talent and has a good knack for avoiding sacks to get that extra second or two which really helps.

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BTW, did anyone else think the officials in the Washington game weren't that great? Questionable calls both ways, and then Rivera had to throw the challenge flag to point out that the defense had two many guys on the field.

Hoping it was just a first year white hat not having a preseason to work the kinks out.

Welp, the Panthers are officially in the Tank for Trevor sweepstakes now that McCaffrey is out for "multiple weeks".

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And we can welcome the Giants to the club as well, now that Saquon Barkley has a confirmed torn ACL.

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It was a rough weekend for me. I had Barkley in one league and McCaffrey in another

Well this is two weeks in a row that my opponents has had a Packer player go ballistic against me. First game was Adams going nuts catching and this week it was Jones running and catching.

Jets seem like the kind of dumpster fire that can win that sweepstakes.

Aren't they the kind of team that would screw that plan up by winning just enough games?

Good news is today Anthony Lynn said Tyrod was still the starter "100%"

I thought he said "If Tyrod is 100%, then he is our starter."

That means if Tyrod is 95% come this weekend, Lynn can start Herbert and remain true to his word. Hopefully Tyrod gets another shot.

I thought a shot caused his problems this week.

That would be the injection

Shot, injection, my kids scream either way

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Lynn seems like a good guy. If there's a guy in the league that would keep his word, its likely him. But I'm highly skeptical that Herbert won't keep the job. He'd have to stink it up for Tyrod to get back in there imo. Herbert looked really good in that KC start. He is the future of the franchise. And even with some minor hiccups in his play, the fact that he can play like he did against KC means you should leave him out there from a football perspective. That's just how it works. All my bias wants Tyrod to get his job back, but the rational thing to do is leave Herbert out there

Even if he really does mean that, the second Tyrod makes a mistake the fans will scream for Herbert now that they've seen him. Unless Tyrod plays out of his mind, it's Cleveland all over again.

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Wow, that is scary. I guess the Chargers are internally trying to sabotage Tyrod in order to play Herbert now. /s sort of

Going back to Browns magically running a completely different offense from snap 1 of the Baker Mayfield experience-it makes one wonder sometimes...

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Tyrod could have another 5+ years ahead of him holding a clipboard because he's by all accounts a great locker room guy, but damn if he isn't snakebitten as a starter.

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Not to mention the nice payout he is going to get from the insurance for this.

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ESPN reporting now that doctors have advised Tyrod "not to play indefinitely." Wow. I hope that doctor has a med mal insurance policy.

I'm not a doctor, but I would think that not only does he have to deal with the hole in his lung, but wouldn't this mean that the actual contents of the syringe went into his lung, not where it was supposed to go? Fluid in the lungs is never good, even if it is only a few ccs.

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A great summary of what happened this week.

"Oi! What's a Horkie"
"I am ya Grot!"

"Horkies were made for two fings foighten' and winnen'" - Horkie Warboss

"That Gritty git doesn't exactly look like a Horkie, but by Gork and Mork it acts like one!"-Random Horkie Boy

The Jags' new all-teals are immediately a top tier look.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Thursday night football: I have #blessed enough to go down on the sideline once during a game (the awful 09 Carolina Thursday nighter). I didn't understand the "qualifiedness" of Erin Andrews until that night. Mercy.

Also, Fitz looks absurd in a helmet.

Amateur superstar and idiot extraordinaire.

My goodness how time flies...Fitz got drafted in 2005.

Amateur superstar and idiot extraordinaire.

I took my son to his first game in Blacksburg for the 2006 Clemson game (one of my favorite games in Lane Stadium). He was all dressed up in his Hokie gear with a sweet little sign, and it just so happened that as we walked down the side walk some security guards stopped us so a car could pull in next to the ESPN trailer... Out rolled the crew.

High five from Todd Blackledge and Erin Andrews for the little guy (she gushed over how cute he was for a moment). I can confirm your opinion of Erin Andrews.

Is coronavirus over yet?

The sideline just went silent as she passed by. It was something else.

Amateur superstar and idiot extraordinaire.