2020 NFL Week 10

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  1. Leonardfan

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    Colts vs Titans
     
  2. Leonardfan

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    Tannehill drops a perfect pass into the WRs arms and the WR athletically bobbles and drops it
     
  3. Upside

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    Outside of the quarterbacks, nothing to see here...
     
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    Boring game. But, duly noted two White quarterbacks and mostly snow plow o-lines. A couple of White tight ends. Empty stands, hopefully low tv ratings. Let these fat pigs hemorrhage money.
     
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    Philip Rivers is now fifth all time in passing yards and second all-time to Favre in consecutive games played. One of the most under-appreciated quarterbacks ever, playing most of his career behind crap offensive lines. Speaking of which, Ryan Tannehill must have thought he was playing for the Dolphins again as the Colts abused him the entire game. It's amazing he came out of it apparently uninjured. He's one tough dude.
     
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    Fox doing their pre game interview with Attempted Murderer Myles Garrett. He spent his off-season helping poor kids in Africa. He beats up Whitey and still cares about the homeland? Now he leads League in sacks.

    That's some RNS there lol.
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    Yea I hate Garrett - huge beneficiary of #blackprivilege
     
  8. Leonardfan

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    More late games than early games today...would love to see Carolina fall to 3-7 with their franchise QB Bridgewater leading the way!

    As much as I hate Garett I still want Mayfield to defeat Watson who's transcendent talents which are revolutionizing the position has led the Texans to a 2-6 record (funny how no one in sports MSM wants to point out how dependent he was on Hopkins).
     
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    Daniel Jones with the rushing TD! 30+ yard run pretty much untouched.
     
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    Colin Thompson first touch in the NFL is a touchdown!!!
     
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    Ronald Jones with a fumble - leads to a Carolina score. Jones another mediocre high round draft pick given 9 lives to prove his "upside"
     
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    Great run good speed aswell!
     
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    Cant help being slightly envious as a Patriot but good to see Gronk and Brady on prime time in the UK here.
     
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    Eurgh just realised odious Antonio Brown is on the Bucs almost want them to lose just for that how he is allowed in the league is beyond me.

    Also looks like he is eating into Scott Millers slot reciever snaps....
     
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    I've got the Packers - Jaguars game here. I'm interested to see how QB Jake Luton does. He had a great first game!
     
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    Cameron Brate with the touchdown from good catch and good drive overall from Brady the GOAT!
     
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    Long TD given up by Jags, No Wingard to blame .
     
  18. Leonardfan

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    Rodent Nagy elevates over the hill, oft-injured RB Lamar Miller from the PS. Anything to keep Nall from getting meaningful touches.
     
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    Stafford shredding the Redskins secondary - No Apke to blame.


    BS call on Mayfield with that intentional grounding.
     
  20. Leonardfan

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    Evans gives up on the route on what would of been a TD
     
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    Even now the camera crews are wandering the streets trying to find Chris Conte.
     
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    LOL!
     
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    The Jaguars' defense isn't as White-friendly as it used to be.
     
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    I think it's probably upper-tier compared to most. Had Taven Bryan, Adam Gotsis and Joe Schobert all on the field at once that drive with Andrew Wingard occasionally as an extra DB.
     
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    It's still upper-tier by the abysmal standards of the current NFL, but Wingard's snaps have been cut back big time - he was getting 60%-65% at the beginning of the season.
     

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