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This is not going to be a great year for them. Russ or not. They just don't look good. Like they're off or something.
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I was watching the Chiefs/Giants game last night and thinking about how the hot teams from last few years are horrible this year and the horrible teams are good. It gave me a headache so I just started watching the game again. :D

Sometimes all it takes is an injury to a key player to get the rest of the team to wake up. It would be nice if that would happen with the Seahawks but I won't be holding my breath. :D
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That was a hard game to watch. KC looks ordinary. Kelce had a bad game as did Mahomes. Hill is Hill but he can't do it on his own. They were lucky to pull that out.

Too many flags again. I hate when the refs are overly involved especially with questionable calls. Some games you hardly see them and others you can't unsee them.

I like Wilson. Maybe the Saints should go after him with Winston likely gone for the year.
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That facemask call towards the end of the game was horrible. And no way to fight it.
I noticed so many of Mahomes passes were just a little too long. Maybe he needs glasses.

You keep your hands off my quarterback!

And I was just reading this:

NFL: Las Vegas #Raiders WR Henry Ruggs was involved in a car accident early this morning. There is currently no word on the condition of anyone involved. We will update this post as we find out more.

UPDATE: There is a fatality from the accident, but it’s not Ruggs. Ruggs is expected to be charged with DUI resulting in death.
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I saw another post that said Ruggs in the hospital with a broken hip.
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Oh fer gawd sake. DUI.
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Las Vegas Raiders WR Henry Ruggs to be charged with DUI resulting in death

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/325 ... ting-death
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ferri wrote: Nov 2nd, 2021, 11:06 am That facemask call towards the end of the game was horrible. And no way to fight it.
I noticed so many of Mahomes passes were just a little too long. Maybe he needs glasses.

You keep your hands off my quarterback!
With all the technology now it seems a shame that a terrible call like the phantom grabbing the facemask call is allowed to stand. Not sure what the answer is though because we don't need the game to slow down anymore with additional reviews.

Maybe Mahomes needs glasses or maybe his receivers are just too slow . . . [icon_lol2.gif]

I like Mahomes but he's not the Mahomes who we saw win the Super Bowl a couple of years ago.
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Yeah, it was pretty clear on the replay that there was no facemask grab, but you're right, the game get slowed down way too much already with double checking things.

Some of those receivers last night were running as fast as they could though, and Mahomes still overthrew. [icon_lol2.gif]

I think Mahomes will be fine. It just shows that he really is human not a robot with Kermit the Frogs voice. lol
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ferri wrote: Nov 2nd, 2021, 2:10 pm Yeah, it was pretty clear on the replay that there was no facemask grab, but you're right, the game get slowed down way too much already with double checking things.

Some of those receivers last night were running as fast as they could though, and Mahomes still overthrew. [icon_lol2.gif]

I think Mahomes will be fine. It just shows that he really is human not a robot with Kermit the Frogs voice. lol
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[icon_lol2.gif] I love those! hahaha
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Breaking: Aaron Rodgers Reportedly Tests Positive for COVID-19

https://www.si.com/nfl/2021/11/03/aaron ... EhaRsYYMhk
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NFL: Former Las Vegas #Raiders WR Henry Ruggs, who was released yesterday after a car accident which killed a 23 year old female in another vehicle, as well as a dog, is accused of driving 156 mph seconds before the crash. He was at 127 mph when airbags deployed. His blood alcohol level was .161, which is more than twice the legal limit in Nevada. A loaded gun was also found in Ruggs’ car. He is facing up to 20 years in prison if convicted of a DUI resulting in death. Here’s the mugshot.
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ferri wrote: Nov 3rd, 2021, 9:28 am Breaking: Aaron Rodgers Reportedly Tests Positive for COVID-19

https://www.si.com/nfl/2021/11/03/aaron ... EhaRsYYMhk
Aaron Rodgers is a great athlete and a very bright guy. However, even highly intelligent people do stupid things and he should have known better than to mislead people about his vaccination status. Now we'll see what Jordan Love can do against the Chiefs on Sunday.
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It's going to be very interesting to see what happens now. I wonder how big his fine will be for lying.
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ferri wrote: Nov 4th, 2021, 12:41 pm It's going to be very interesting to see what happens now. I wonder how big his fine will be for lying.
Good question. He deserves a hefty fine. His reputation has certainly taken a big hit too.

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