NFL 2022/23

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twitch54

NFL 2022/23
« on: 20 Sep 2022, 02:10 pm »
two weeks under our belts and the Bills and Eagles look mighty good !

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #1 on: 20 Sep 2022, 02:33 pm »
Josh Allen looks really good, which everyone expected.  Jalen Hurts looks really good, which no one expected.  While here in West Central PA all we can hear above the roar is "Kenny, Kenny, Kenny!"

twitch54

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« Reply #2 on: 20 Sep 2022, 02:44 pm »
Josh Allen looks really good, which everyone expected.

agreed, given the talent around him


 
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Jalen Hurts looks really good, which no one expected.

disagree, with the off season acquisition of Brown(to compliment Hurts like Diggs/Allen in Bflo) and Hurts hard nosed work ethics this off season it was expected here in SE Pa !

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #3 on: 20 Sep 2022, 03:16 pm »
agree

josh allen and the bills look like the team to beat... think only kc can give them real competition if they (and josh) can stay healthy

jalen hurts is soooo good now... wow!!!... what a leap from last year... so nice to see a kid put it together like that and make such strides

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #4 on: 21 Sep 2022, 01:16 am »
Bills have outscored their opponents thru two games 72-17...with Josh Allen leaving yesterday's game late in the third quarter.  And maybe, just maybe throw in a punt.  Now add an improved, deeper defense.  Plus JA makes his teammates perform better too.  That's an esoteric, intangible quality which is amazing to watch.  Gotta say frontrunner for sure.

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #5 on: 21 Sep 2022, 07:52 pm »
agree

josh allen and the bills look like the team to beat... think only kc can give them real competition if they (and josh) can stay healthy

ahhhh KC, most of you young guys have the recent memories of the past couple of years, I go back to them beating the Bills for the right to play in the first Super Bowl ('66). the 'sting' continues.........

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jalen hurts is soooo good now... wow!!!... what a leap from last year... so nice to see a kid put it together like that and make such strides

Agreed, I know there is 15 games to go and playoffs but the Eagles appear to be for real !

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #6 on: 21 Sep 2022, 08:37 pm »
That could be with the Eagles as they are currently tied with the Giants in first place.

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #7 on: 21 Sep 2022, 09:31 pm »
That could be with the Eagles as they are currently tied with the Giants in first place.

 I like the Eagles chances better than the G-men !

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #8 on: 22 Sep 2022, 12:29 am »
I was surprised to see the Giants actually beat somebody.

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #9 on: 22 Sep 2022, 10:05 am »
Just a cation that we only have two games under our belt, a lot of season left to go.  The odds makers and I are expecting a Steeler loss tonight, which will make this town go absolutely nuts.  The fans here are used to Patriot loses, even without the Goat we remember the laundry, but Cleveland?  On national TV?  Women will rant their clothes, men will shave their heads, cats and dogs will howl, no work will be done on Friday in the city of Pittsburgh, and across the entirety of western Pennsyltucky will arise the cry, "Kenny! Kenny! Kenny!"

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #10 on: 22 Sep 2022, 01:30 pm »
I was surprised to see the Giants actually beat somebody.

and two times no less ! Then your head coach is from my home town   :wink:

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #11 on: 22 Sep 2022, 03:53 pm »
 I have been a Giants Fan for 75 years ( started at 2 ) and have been let down many times. I would not get too excited about a 2 & 0 start. They may not win another game all season ( hope I am wrong ) ..Maybe lucky next week with Dak out, but things can go downhill quickly. I will go out on a Limb and guess 6 wins this year.
 I do hope I am wrong but I still have many scars from years past !!!!!!

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« Reply #12 on: 22 Sep 2022, 07:23 pm »
I have been a Giants Fan for 75 years ( started at 2 ) and have been let down many times. I would not get too excited about a 2 & 0 start. They may not win another game all season ( hope I am wrong ) ..Maybe lucky next week with Dak out, but things can go downhill quickly. I will go out on a Limb and guess 6 wins this year.
 I do hope I am wrong but I still have many scars from years past !!!!!!

But your team has 4 super bowl rings..meanwhile there are several teams with 0.

twitch54

Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #13 on: 22 Sep 2022, 08:37 pm »
But your team has 4 super bowl rings..meanwhile there are several teams with 0.

Exactly, being born and raised in Bflo and my brother-in-law a Giants fan, I see him twice a year, he shakes my hand and says, 'wide right'  :cry:

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #14 on: 22 Sep 2022, 09:21 pm »
Poor Norwide.
At least he managed to actually kick it unlike somebody I remember in Giants Stadium attempting a punt.
That was bad.

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #15 on: 22 Sep 2022, 09:24 pm »
Lions fan here, big match up with the Vikes Sunday. Who knows maybe we will have a winning season  :lol: They been playing pretty good.

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« Reply #16 on: 22 Sep 2022, 10:09 pm »
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Lions fan here, big match up with the Vikes Sunday. Who knows maybe we will have a winning season
+1
Although they've disappointed countless times.
Wish so, but not going to hold my breath.
I'll be convinced once they win a playoff game.
Until then, not going to get excited.

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #17 on: 23 Sep 2022, 11:40 am »
The most embarrassing moment in pro football last night when Steelers left tackle Dan Moore got knocked straight back on his butt.  Not just beat, that happens every game, not tripped up or hit the ground on a reach block, but with the first contact tossed on his backside like you could do with a small child.  He should have walked to the bench and said I quit, this game's not for me.

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #18 on: 25 Sep 2022, 11:31 pm »
Time to break another tablet.

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Re: NFL 2022/23
« Reply #19 on: 25 Sep 2022, 11:43 pm »
Time to break another tablet.

Why?  The Eagles had a great game.  🙄