2021 NFL Regular Season Thread

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If anyone wonders, this is what a colts take wood look like.


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Did you mean teakwood?
 

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Stupid factoid:

Three teams started their fifth different opening day QB in five seasons this past week - Denver (Siemian, Keenum, Flacco, Lock, Bridgewater), Indy (Tolzien, Luck, Brissett, Rivers, Wentz) and Washington (Cousins, Smith, Keenum, Haskins, Fitzpatrick)
nice to not be on that list
 

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Both Daniel Jones and Taylor Heinicke played well last night.

Saquan looks horrendous… What a terrible pick at #2… Really shows why you don’t draft a RB that high…
 

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In addition. Couldn’t help but think Schwartz in round 3 was much better value than what I saw out of Kadarius Toney who was a 1st rounder for the NYG…

Appreciating this front office and scouting more and more
 

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In addition. Couldn’t help but think Schwartz in round 3 was much better value than what I saw out of Kadarius Toney who was a 1st rounder for the NYG…

Appreciating this front office and scouting more and more

I dont agree, it felt good to watch Kadarius, you could say Toney, Toni, Tone has done it again.
 

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I dont agree, it felt good to watch Kadarius, you could say Toney, Toni, Tone has done it again.
So so so so bad.

As the kids would say, cringe af.

*Eat that ass* Like so bad, I clicked back just to make this comment, and then edited to tell you that. That's how bad we're talking.
 

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So so so so bad.

As the kids would say, cringe af.

*Eat that ass* Like so bad, I clicked back just to make this comment, and then edited to tell you that. That's how bad we're talking.

More of a It never rains in southern California fan or Anniversary fan?
 

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Daniel Jones has potential but the Giants have the most vanilla offense there is. He literally drops back and reads.

His issue is turnovers (both int’s and fumbling)…. But they never roll him out or line him up differently.. Doesn’t help that he’s the leading rusher as well…

I don’t think he’s great or anything but I do believe if you put him in New Orleans or Pittsburgh he’s a completely different player than what you see in NY…No idea what the Giants are actually doing or what direction they’re going in…
 
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