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2018-19 General NFL Thread

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9 hours ago, Tank said:

We don't get to see the game here. Blessed with the Chargers game.

This was the garbage that was called.  https://deadspin.com/a-bullshit-penalty-let-the-vikings-tie-the-packers-1829095434

At this point they are going to need to give QBs red non-contact jerseys and flags around their waist.

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That roughing call is why I can't take the NFL too serious. I can't get overly invested and handle shit like that. The refs were even trying to keep the Steelers in it yesterday but Mahomes dropped the hammer again. Haven't had a QB like this that I can ever remember....the Trent Green days were fun, but don't remember him slinging it around like this.

Fun times for us Chiefs fans until we get bounced in the playoffs.

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15 hours ago, nate said:

The NFL came out and said the roughing call was correct... So really, nobody can hit the quarterback anymore.

wow, that's total bull. so was the idea that he picked up the QB and drove him into the ground.

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yikes.

• Bookmaker William Hill took an $18,000 money-line bet on the Minnesota Vikings to beat the Buffalo Bills straight-up at -1,800 odds Sunday morning. The bet would have netted $1,000. The Bills, who were 17-point underdogs, won 27-6, the largest NFL upset in the last 23 seasons.

• Shortly before kickoff, a bettor at the SuperBook placed a $9,000 money-line bet on the Vikings at -2,000 odds. The bet would have netted $450.

• "That was our biggest win of the morning," MGM director of trading Jeff Stoneback said of the Bills' upset. "A ton of parlays on the Vikings, and a lot of straight bets too. That was by far our biggest game of the day."

• The South Point sportsbook took two $1,000 money-line bets on the Buffalo Bills at +1,200 and +1,100. The bets netted $12,000 and $11,000 respectively.

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They finally have a stud QB and it has the feel of previous Chiefs seasons?

I guess you’ll find out and pay close attention because it’s a lot more fun to watch than the Cardinals season.

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Watching last night, the Broncos had a good scheme and were really getting after him and he did't look anywhere near as good in previous weeks. His ability to get out of the pocket, have the awareness to get the ball out, and make plays on the run was fun to watch. Leading a comeback in Denver on MNF was huge. I keep waiting for him to comeback to Earth, but that was a tough rivalry division game on the road that most might not win. Dude has all the tools and the right personality/character.

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