2021 NFL Week 5

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  1. Bucky

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    Another TD for Knox! Safe to say he's arrived as a Top 10 TE?!

    Bad news is he beat Sorensen and Chrissy is already bitchin.
     
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  3. Bucky

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    398 pass yds and 5Totals TDs for Justin Herbert!
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    Mayfield got the ball in the end zone on the final play of the game with three Browns receivers that could have made a play on the ball if they were paying attention. Mayfield had a good performance himself. The supposed dominant pass rush of the Browns was non-existent. While on the top of dominant defenses - the Redskins pass rushers were missing today and their defense was awful...Black Jack Del Rio is failing as a DC...great to see.
     
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    It was more like 30 hours rather than the estimated 8 to 10 hours I was told, but it seems faster than before, hopefully it stays that way.
     
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    Josh Allen is putting on a show against the Cheifs. He is outplaying Mahomes. It's only halftime but still he has been amazing. Allen is a true superstar.
     
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    Hunter Henry was the top receiver today in the Patriots' win with 6 receptions, 75 yards, 1 TD on 8 targets.
     
  8. Leonardfan

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    Knox with a huge catch! Allen with a great throw. Play coming right after Crissy states that Allen is not quite Mahomes.
     
  9. El Gringo

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    Yeah I was starting to get a little worried! Thanks a lot Don.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    Bills pick 6!
     
  11. El Gringo

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    Other than the fact that Allen is bigger, stronger and faster than Mahomes.
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    Mahomes ability to whine after almost every play and call for a flag is elite!
     
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    The mutt is putting up a Super Bowl performance tonight.
     
  14. Leonardfan

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    Chiefs playing undisciplined. Morse called for a phantom hold the play before, roughing the passer called to correct it at least.
     
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    Allen single handedly destroyed the Chiefs on that drive.
     
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    Nice blooper reel by Mahomes on the fumbled snap...great to see the Chiefs sputter through the first 5 games of the season. Perhaps fat bastard's offense has been figured out. The Chiefs defense is certainly not dominant.
     
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    Hahaha was “fat bastard” listed on the great nicknames inspired by castefootball the other day?
     
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    Good Bills win:
    -Josh Allen 15 for 26, 315 yards, 3 TD, 0 Int, 59 rushing yards
    -Knox 3 receptions for 117 yards with 1 TD
    -Beasley even had a 5 yard reception at the end
    -Kumerow played some on offense
     
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    Great performances by Herbert, Allen and Brady (shame about Gronk being sidelined...).
    Knox is a beast, btw. Can't believe they didn't use him extensively last season.
     
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    To me at least Allen looking poised compared to two years ago.
     
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    It was a shame the site maintenance had to come this weekend as it was a great one for our athletes. Lot’s of good NFL performances as already mentioned. Then there was Iowa winning to remain in the top 4, Alabama losing and Georgia riding into #1 on the back of a freshman WR Ladd McConkey! The Crown Jewel however was Tyson Fury winning again in a huge Caste matchup, proving once again he’s the best Heavyweight in the world!

    I really wanted to share the joy with you guys in realtime and kept checking the site every few hours. Good to be back.
     
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    Over 20 yards per completion is phenomenal by any measure, that has to be a rare achievement especially in today's league. Is there a better QB in the league other than the GOAT and perhaps Herbert? Throw in the promise of Burrow and Lawrence and the passing of the torch from Peyton Manning, Brees, and eventually Brady is well under way.

    Knox looking great, too bad it appears to be at Beasley's expense, at least for now.
     
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    I think Mahomes has bought into his hype. Really sloppy play by him - his off angle, off balance throws aren’t working out like they used too. For what it’s worth Rabbi Al and Aunt Crissy both mentioned how teams are beginning to play the Chiefs on defense. Mechanically Mahomes is not sound and the street ball style of play has looked bad this year - I wonder if people will start criticizing his mechanics. Mahomes is not a dual threat qb, he’s an opportunist runner - when defenses have their backs to him he will take off and pick up yards.

    Allen is a dual threat on the other hand, he’s bigger, stronger, better arm, more athletic than Mahomes as well as gaining on him in terms of passing ability.

    Herbert has exceeded all my expectations. He’s slinging the ball everywhere. All of the pre draft talk about him is hilarious looking back at it. I identified Hebert as a talent back during one of the Oregon write ups I did and thought he would be good but not this good so quickly in the pros.

    Mac Jones also looks better than his two Alabama teammates - Hurts and Tagiolova. I think he has potential to be the 2nd best QB in the class as well behind Lawrence who is getting better every week before our eyes.

    Burrow has instantly made the Bengals better, tough loss yesterday but Burrow is an elite QB.
     
  25. Bucky

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    Speaking of Bengals, Trey Hendrickson racked up 2 more sacks yesterday against The Packers.
     
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    Good to see as Hendrickson had been pretty quiet.

    Maxx Crosby looked unstoppable in Week One but hasn't done anything since, including a goose egg yesterday against Fields and the awful Bears o-line. . .
     

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