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Old 09-14-2017, 09:55 AM   #1
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Around the NFL Week 2.

Jay Gruden on matching up with Sean McVay: “None of that matters” – ProFootballTalk

Also here is a list of Texans QBs recently..

Matt Schaub for the last game of 2013.
Ryan Fitzpatrick for the first nine games of 2014.
Ryan Mallett for Games 10 and 11 of 2014.
Ryan Fitzpatrick for Games 12-14 of 2014.
Case Keenum for the last two games of 2014.
Brian Hoyer for the first game of 2015.
Ryan Mallett for Games 2-5 of 2015.
Brian Hoyer for Games 6-9 of 2015.
T.J. Yates for Game 10 of 2015.
Brian Hoyer for Games 11-13 of 2015.
T.J. Yates for Game 14 of 2015.
Brandon Weeden for Game 15 of 2015.
Brian Hoyer for Game 16 and the playoff game of 2015.
Brock Osweiler for Games 1-14 of 2016.
Tom Savage for Games 15 and 16 of 2016.
Brock Osweiler for the two playoff games of 2016.
Tom Savage for the first game of 2017.
Deshaun Watson for the second game of 2017.





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So replay from NY seems like it's going to be worse than before. Bengals just challenged a catch where the ball hit the ground and moved but they let the catch stand.

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That game was hard to watch, I went to bed at halftime.... YUCK
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Thursday. Games. Suck.
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Thursday night football, pass. Garbage product

Really wish they would move it to Friday...
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Thursday night football, pass. Garbage product

Really wish they would move it to Friday...
Never happen .Intrudes on College and more important High school games.
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Never happen .Intrudes on College and more important High school games.
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I actually thought the game was rather entertaining in the second half, when the offenses did something. Didn't mind looking at a defensive struggle though. Geno Atkins and JJ Watt were putting on a clinic out there. Watson made some decent plays, even though his offensive line gave him no time.

I wonder what would be a good compromise if you got rid of TNF? My money would be on always having MNF double-headers with a late West Coast game. Either that or having a Sunday morning football game. Otherwise, I don't see where else you'd put another football game on national TV (Fridays are a no no and Saturdays are owned by college football).
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I still like the Friday idea. As I get older, I realize drinking during the game is always a given and it's harder and harder to wake up the next day. Hell, if it weren't for college football, I'd LOVE a Saturday night game every week.
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Bengals to fire offensive coordinator Ken Zampese – ProFootballTalk

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I'd rather watch High school ,some good games and it is more of a pure game.
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I still like the Friday idea. As I get older, I realize drinking during the game is always a given and it's harder and harder to wake up the next day. Hell, if it weren't for college football, I'd LOVE a Saturday night game every week.
Sorry can't drink when watching the game ,it distorts it,makes you think you know things when you really don't.Most fans are like that but drinking just magnifies it.I like my beer ,I am not anti drinking or having a good time,I just don't need it to watch a game I enjoy watching and evaluating what I see at a game.
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Re: Around the NFL Week 2.

Texans QB's have come and go. But hope Watson can hang around longer. Like the kid so far.
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https://www.cbsnews.com/news/sliding...ks-for-a-loss/

These days, however, the most popular U.S. professional sport isn't such a sure bet. According to Pivotal Research analyst Brian Wieser, viewership for the NFL was down 14 percent on a year-over-year basis during the first week of the 2017-18 season. That's the lowest level of same-week viewing since 2009

14% is significant period. What's the excuse this year? Last years excuse was pretty bad.
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I am dyed in the wool with the NFL and the Skins, so I will never stop watching, and thus maybe I'm not the best one to comment.

But I think the CBA with its rules about limiting padded practices and hitting really hurts the game. The product is not like I remember in the mid 2000s when a Sean Taylor hit could be celebrated for both the ferocity and the perfect form of the tackle.

I think the lack of practice time leads to a lot of mistakes, which shows in the form of penalties. I would love to see stats to confirm my thoughts here but I feel like we see flags all the damn time. Personal fouls for hitting, lots more holding, it reflects a declining quality of the play.

I think they need to practice more.
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