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Browns could of lost. That would of put the cherry on top.

You had snow idea!   

I started this fool Josh Allen on my fantasy team    

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Go Steelers. Hopefully the Bengals can beat the Browns also. Raiders need to lose in the late game also.

Just now, holeymoley99 said:

Tennessee without their starting LT suck...they are done seriously

I forgot about that.

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1 minute ago, Chloe6124 said:

Go Steelers. Hopefully the Bengals can beat the Browns also. Raiders need to lose in the late game also.

I forgot about that.

It truly changes their whole offense, they are in major trouble. 

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1 minute ago, MB-ColtsFan said:

LOL.  A botched Tenn punt and the Steelers can get at least a FG before the half.

...but they don't.  24-7 Pitt at the half.  Tenn is definitely in trouble.

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5 minutes ago, holeymoley99 said:

Tennessee schedule becomes very tough, Indy twice who always seems to have their number Ravens, 1 loss Bears and quickly improving Bengals..maybe 1-4 in those....ouch

It could be bad


   Clowney hurt? Too

Bad weather game in Denver

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9 minutes ago, holeymoley99 said:

Especially now that Dalton is out maybe multiple weeks due to former Colts Jon Bostic hit to his head.

Yep. The 'Boys season is officially over. 

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