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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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1 hour ago, danlhart87 said:

How did the Falcons lose by 1 lmao

Gonna miss part of it hope tonight's games good 

I just got back from watching it with my friend who is a lions fan.  Started off lame but was an exciting ending.  Turned into a great game 

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12 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

What QB replaces Dalton after his injury?

     Every time I checked the game Washington had the ball

Ben DiNucci, the Cowboys' 7th round pick. Though, I have to wonder if they'll be scrambling before the deadline to get someone. 

 

Dalton may or may not be out of concussion protocol by next week. I'd wager even if he is ready to play, McCarthy may turn to someone else. 

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Just now, RollerColt said:

Ben DiNucci, the Cowboys' 7th round pick. Though, I have to wonder if they'll be scrambling before the deadline to get someone. 

 

Dalton may or may not be out of concussion protocol by next week. I'd wager even if he is ready to play, McCarthy may turn to someone else. 

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