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OFFICIAL NFL 2017-2018 Thread

Postby mikemarrs » Tue May 02, 2017 6:41 pm

Hello everyone thought i'd start a new thread and put the new schedule up as well as draft stuff.....



2017 NFL SCHEDULE

REGULAR SEASON

WEEK 1

Thursday, Sept. 7
Kansas City at New England, 8:30pm, NBC

Sunday, Sept. 10
NY Jets at Buffalo, 1pm, CBS
Atlanta at Chicago, 1pm, FOX
Baltimore at Cincinnati, 1pm, CBS
Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 1pm, CBS
Arizona at Detroit, 1pm, FOX
Jacksonville at Houston, 1pm, CBS
Tampa Bay at Miami, 1pm, FOX
Oakland at Tennessee, 1pm, CBS
Philadelphia at Washington, 1pm, FOX
Indianapolis at LA Rams, 4:05pm, CBS
Seattle at Green Bay, 4:25pm, FOX
Carolina at San Francisco, 4:25pm, FOX
NY Giants at Dallas, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Sept. 11
New Orleans at Minnesota, 7:10pm, ESPN
LA Chargers at Denver, 10:20pm, ESPN

WEEK 2

Thursday, Sept. 14
Houston at Cincinnati, 8:25pm, NFLN

Sunday, Sept. 17
Cleveland at Baltimore, 1pm, CBS
Buffalo at Carolina, 1pm, CBS
Arizona at Indianapolis, 1pm, FOX
Tennessee at Jacksonville, 1pm, CBS
Philadelphia at Kansas City, 1pm, FOX
New England at New Orleans, 1pm, CBS
Minnesota at Pittsburgh, 1pm, FOX
Chicago at Tampa Bay, 1pm, FOX
Miami at LA Chargers, 4:05pm, CBS
NY Jets at Oakland, 4:05pm, CBS
Dallas at Denver, 4:25pm, FOX
Washington at LA Rams, 4:25pm, FOX
San Francisco at Seattle, 4:25pm, FOX
Green Bay at Atlanta, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Sept. 18
Detroit at NY Giants, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 3

Thursday, Sept. 21
LA Rams at San Francisco, 8:25pm, NFLN

Sunday, Sept. 24
Baltimore vs. Jacksonville (at London), 9:30am, TBD
Denver at Buffalo, 1pm, CBS
New Orleans at Carolina, 1pm, FOX
Pittsburgh at Chicago, 1pm, CBS
Atlanta at Detroit, 1pm, FOX
Cleveland at Indianapolis, 1pm, CBS
Tampa Bay at Minnesota, 1pm, FOX
Houston at New England, 1pm, CBS
Miami at NY Jets, 1pm, CBS
NY Giants at Philadelphia, 1pm, FOX
Seattle at Tennessee, 4:05pm, FOX
Cincinnati at Green Bay, 4:25pm, CBS
Kansas City at LA Chargers, 4:25pm, CBS
Oakland at Washington, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Sept. 25
Dallas at Arizona, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 4

Thursday, Sept. 28
Chicago at Green Bay, 8:25pm, CBS/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, Oct. 1
New Orleans vs. Miami (at London), 9:30am, FOX
Buffalo at Atlanta, 1pm, CBS
Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 1pm, CBS
Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1pm, CBS
LA Rams at Dallas, 1pm, FOX
Tennessee at Houston, 1pm, CBS
Detroit at Minnesota, 1pm, FOX
Carolina at New England, 1pm, FOX
Jacksonville at NY Jets, 1pm, CBS
San Francisco at Arizona, 4:05pm, FOX
Philadelphia at LA Chargers, 4:05pm, FOX
NY Giants at Tampa Bay, 4:05pm, FOX
Oakland at Denver, 4:25pm, CBS
Indianapolis at Seattle, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Oct. 2
Washington at Kansas City, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 5

Byes: Atlanta, Denver, New Orleans, Washington

Thursday, Oct. 5
New England at Tampa Bay, 8:25pm, CBS/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, Oct. 8
Buffalo at Cincinnati, 1pm, CBS
NY Jets at Cleveland, 1pm, FOX
Carolina at Detroit, 1pm, FOX
San Francisco at Indianapolis, 1pm, FOX
Tennessee at Miami, 1pm, CBS
LA Chargers at NY Giants, 1pm, CBS
Arizona at Philadelphia, 1pm, FOX
Jacksonville at Pittsburgh, 1pm, CBS
Seattle at LA Rams, 4:05pm, CBS
Baltimore at Oakland, 4:05pm, CBS
Green Bay at Dallas, 4:25pm, FOX
Kansas City at Houston, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Oct. 9
Minnesota at Chicago, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 6

Byes: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Dallas, Seattle

Thursday, Oct. 12
Philadelphia at Carolina, 8:25pm, CBS/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, Oct. 15
Miami at Atlanta, 1pm, CBS
Chicago at Baltimore, 1pm, FOX
Cleveland at Houston, 1pm, CBS
Green Bay at Minnesota, 1pm, FOX
Detroit at New Orleans, 1pm, FOX
New England at NY Jets, 1pm, CBS
San Francisco at Washington, 1pm, FOX
Tampa Bay at Arizona, 4:05pm, FOX
LA Rams at Jacksonville, 4:05pm, FOX
Pittsburgh at Kansas City, 4:25pm, CBS
LA Chargers at Oakland, 4:25pm, CBS
NY Giants at Denver, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Oct. 16
Indianapolis at Tennessee, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 7

Byes: Detroit, Houston

Thursday, Oct. 19
Kansas City at Oakland, 8:25pm, CBS/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, Oct. 22
Tampa Bay at Buffalo, 1pm, FOX
Carolina at Chicago, 1pm, FOX
Tennessee at Cleveland, 1pm, CBS
New Orleans at Green Bay, 1pm, FOX
Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 1pm, CBS
Arizona vs. LA Rams at London, 1pm, FOX
NY Jets at Miami, 1pm, FOX
Baltimore at Minnesota, 1pm, CBS
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 1pm, CBS
Dallas at San Francisco, 4:05pm, FOX
Denver at LA Chargers, 4:25pm, CBS
Seattle at NY Giants, 4:25pm, CBS
Atlanta at New England, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Oct. 23
Washington at Philadelphia, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 8

Byes: Arizona, Green Bay, Jacksonville, LA Rams, NY Giants, Tennessee

Thursday, Oct. 26
Miami at Baltimore, 8:25pm, CBS/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, Oct. 29
Minnesota vs. Cleveland at London, 9:30am, NFLN
Oakland at Buffalo, 1pm, CBS
Indianapolis at Cincinnati, 1pm, CBS
LA Chargers at New England, 1pm, CBS
Chicago at New Orleans, 1pm, FOX
Atlanta at NY Jets, 1pm, FOX
San Francisco at Philadelphia, 1pm, FOX
Carolina at Tampa Bay, 1pm, FOX
Houston at Seattle, 4:05pm, CBS
Dallas at Washington, 4:25pm, FOX
Pittsburgh at Detroit, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Oct. 30
Denver at Kansas City, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 9

Byes: Chicago, Cleveland, LA Chargers, Minnesota, New England, Pittsburgh

Thursday, Nov. 2
Buffalo at NY Jets, 8:25pm, NFLN

Sunday, Nov. 5
Atlanta at Carolina, 1pm, FOX
Indianapolis at Houston, 1pm, CBS
Cincinnati at Jacksonville, 1pm, CBS
Tampa Bay at New Orleans, 1pm, FOX
LA Rams at NY Giants, 1pm, FOX
Denver at Philadelphia, 1pm, CBS
Baltimore at Tennessee, 1pm, CBS
Arizona at San Francisco, 4:05pm, FOX
Washington at Seattle, 4:05pm, FOX
Kansas City at Dallas, 4:25pm, CBS
Oakland at Miami, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Nov. 6
Detroit at Green Bay, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 10

Byes: Baltimore, Kansas City, Oakland, Philadelphia

Thursday, Nov. 9
Seattle at Arizona, 8:25pm, NBC/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, Nov. 12
New Orleans at Buffalo, 1pm, FOX
Green Bay at Chicago, 1pm, FOX
Cleveland at Detroit, 1pm, CBS
Pittsburgh at Indianapolis, 1pm, CBS
LA Chargers at Jacksonville, 1pm, CBS
NY Jets at Tampa Bay, 1pm, CBS
Cincinnati at Tennessee, 1pm, FOX
Minnesota at Washington, 1pm, FOX
Houston at LA Rams, 4:05pm, CBS
Dallas at Atlanta, 4:25pm, FOX
NY Giants at San Francisco, 4:25pm, FOX
New England at Denver, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Nov. 13
Miami at Carolina, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 11

Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, Miami, NY Jets, San Francisco, Tampa Bay

Thursday, Nov. 16
Tennessee at Pittsburgh, 8:25pm, NBC/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, Nov. 19
Detroit at Chicago, 1pm, FOX
Jacksonville at Cleveland, 1pm, CBS
Baltimore at Green Bay, 1pm, CBS
Arizona at Houston, 1pm, FOX
LA Rams at Minnesota, 1pm, FOX
Washington at New Orleans, 1pm, FOX
Kansas City at NY Giants, 1pm, CBS
Buffalo at LA Chargers, 4:05pm, FOX
Cincinnati at Denver, 4:25pm, CBS
New England vs. Oakland at Mexico City, 4:25pm, CBS
Philadelphia at Dallas, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Nov. 20
Atlanta at Seattle, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 12

Thursday, Nov. 23
Minnesota at Detroit, 12:30pm, FOX
LA Chargers at Dallas, 4:30pm, CBS
NY Giants at Washington, 8:30pm, NBC

Sunday, Nov. 26
Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 1pm, FOX
Cleveland at Cincinnati, 1pm, CBS
Tennessee at Indianapolis, 1pm, CBS
Buffalo at Kansas City, 1pm, CBS
Miami at New England, 1pm, CBS
Carolina at NY Jets, 1pm, FOX
Chicago at Philadelphia, 1pm, FOX
New Orleans at LA Rams, 4:05pm, FOX
Seattle at San Francisco, 4:05pm, FOX
Jacksonville at Arizona, 4:25pm, CBS
Denver at Oakland, 4:25pm, CBS
Green Bay at Pittsburgh, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Nov. 27
Houston at Baltimore, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 13

Thursday, Nov. 30
Washington at Dallas, 8:25pm, NBC/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, Dec. 3
Minnesota at Atlanta, 1pm, FOX
Detroit at Baltimore, 1pm, FOX
New England at Buffalo, 1pm, CBS
San Francisco at Chicago, 1pm, CBS
Tampa Bay at Green Bay, 1pm, FOX
Indianapolis at Jacksonville, 1pm, CBS
Denver at Miami, 1pm, CBS
Carolina at New Orleans, 1pm, FOX
Kansas City at NY Jets, 1pm, CBS
Houston at Tennessee, 1pm, CBS
Cleveland at LA Chargers, 4:05pm, CBS
LA Rams at Arizona, 4:25pm, FOX
NY Giants at Oakland, 4:25pm, FOX
Philadelphia at Seattle, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Dec. 4
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 14

Thursday, Dec. 7
New Orleans at Atlanta, 8:25pm, NBC/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, Dec. 10
Indianapolis at Buffalo, 1pm, CBS
Minnesota at Carolina, 1pm, CBS
Chicago at Cincinnati, 1pm, FOX
Green Bay at Cleveland, 1pm, FOX
San Francisco at Houston, 1pm, FOX
Seattle at Jacksonville, 1pm, FOX
Oakland at Kansas City, 1pm, CBS
Detroit at Tampa Bay, 1pm, FOX
Tennessee at Arizona, 4:05pm, CBS
NY Jets at Denver, 4:05pm, CBS
Washington at LA Chargers, 4:05pm, CBS
Philadelphia at LA Rams, 4:25pm, FOX
Dallas at NY Giants, 4:25pm, FOX
Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Dec. 11
New England at Miami, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 15

Thursday, Dec. 14
Denver at Indianapolis, 8:25pm, NBC/NFLN/Amazon

Saturday, Dec. 16
Chicago at Detroit, 4:30pm, NFLN
LA Chargers at Kansas City, 8:25pm, NFLN

Sunday, Dec. 17
Miami at Buffalo, 1pm, CBS
Green Bay at Carolina, 1pm, FOX
Baltimore at Cleveland, 1pm, CBS
Houston at Jacksonville, 1pm, CBS
Cincinnati at Minnesota, 1pm, CBS
NY Jets at New Orleans, 1pm, CBS
Philadelphia at NY Giants, 1pm, FOX
Arizona at Washington, 1pm, FOX
LA Rams at Seattle, 4:05pm, FOX
New England at Pittsburgh, 4:25pm, CBS
Tennessee at San Francisco, 4:25pm, CBS
Dallas at Oakland, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Dec. 18
Atlanta at Tampa Bay, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 16

Saturday, Dec. 23
Indianapolis at Baltimore, 4:30pm, NFLN
Minnesota at Green Bay, 8:30pm, NBC

Sunday, Dec. 24
Tampa Bay at Carolina, 1pm, FOX
Cleveland at Chicago, 1pm, CBS
Detroit at Cincinnati, 1pm, FOX
Miami at Kansas City, 1pm, CBS
Buffalo at New England, 1pm, CBS
Atlanta at New Orleans, 1pm, FOX
LA Chargers at NY Jets, 1pm, CBS
LA Rams at Tennessee, 1pm, FOX
Denver at Washington, 1pm, CBS
Jacksonville at San Francisco, 4:05pm, CBS
NY Giants at Arizona, 4:25pm, FOX
Seattle at Dallas, 4:25pm, FOX

Monday, Dec. 25
Pittsburgh at Houston, 4:30pm, NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Oakland at Philadelphia, 8:30pm, ESPN

WEEK 17

Sunday, Dec. 31
Carolina at Atlanta, 1pm, FOX
Cincinnati at Baltimore, 1pm, CBS
Green Bay at Detroit, 1pm, FOX
Houston at Indianapolis, 1pm, CBS
Buffalo at Miami, 1pm, CBS
Chicago at Minnesota, 1pm, FOX
NY Jets at New England, 1pm, CBS
Washington at NY Giants, 1pm, FOX
Dallas at Philadelphia, 1pm, FOX
Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 1pm, CBS
New Orleans at Tampa Bay, 1pm, FOX
Jacksonville at Tennessee, 1pm, CBS
Kansas City at Denver, 4:25pm, CBS
Oakland at LA Chargers, 4:25pm, CBS
San Francisco at LA Rams, 4:25pm, FOX
Arizona at Seattle, 4:25pm, FOX
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Re: OFFICIAL NFL 2017-2018 Thread

Postby mikemarrs » Tue May 02, 2017 6:47 pm

Also here is each teams draft if anyone is curious....


Here's a look at all 32 teams' classes for the 2017 NFL draft.


Arizona Cardinals

1 (13) Haason Reddick, lb, Temple

2 (36) Budda Baker, s, Washington

3 (98) Chad Williams, wr, Grambling State

4 (115) Dorian Johnson, g, Pittsburgh

5 (157) Will Holden, ot, Vanderbilt

5 (179) T.J. Logan, rb, North Carolina

6 (208) Rudy Ford, s, Auburn



Atlanta Falcons

1 (26) Takkarist McKinley, de/olb, UCLA

3 (75) Duke Riley, lb, LSU

4 (136) Sean Harlow, g, Oregon State

5 (149) Damontae Kazee, cb, San Diego State

5 (156) Brian Hill, rb, Wyoming

5 (174) Eric Saubert, te, Drake


Baltimore Ravens

1 (16) Marlon Humphrey, cb, Alabama

2 (47) Tyus Bowser, lb, Houston

3 (74) Chris Wormley, de, Michigan

3 (78) Tim Williams, lb, Alabama

4 (122) Nico Siragusa, g, San Diego State

5 (159) Jermaine Eluemunor, g, Texas A&M

6 (186) Chuck Clark, db, Virginia Tech


Buffalo Bills

1 (27) Tre’Davious White, db, LSU

2 (37) Zay Jones, wr, East Carolina

2 (63) Dion Dawkins, g, Temple

5 (163) Matt Milano, lb, Boston College

5 (171) Nathan Peterman, qb, Pittsburgh

6 (195) Tanner Vallejo, lb, Boise State


Carolina Panthers

1 (8) Christian McCaffrey, rb, Stanford

2 (40) Curtis Samuel, wr/rb, Ohio State

2 (64) Taylor Moton, g, Western Michigan

3 (77) Daeshon Hall, de, Texas A&M

5 (152) Corn Elder, cb, Miami

6 (192) Alexander Armah, de, West Georgia

7 (233) Harrison Butker, k, Georgia Tech


Chicago Bears

1 (2) Mitchell Trubisky, qb, North Carolina

2 (45) Adam Shaheen, te, Ashland

4 (112) Eddie Jackson, s, Alabama

4 (119) Tarik Cohen, rb, NC A&T

5 (147) Jordan Morgan, g, Kutztown


Cincinnati Bengals

1 (9) John Ross, wr, Washington

2 (48) Joe Mixon, rb, Oklahoma

3 (73) Jordan Willis, de, Kansas State

4 (116) Carl Lawson, de, Auburn

4 (128) Josh Malone, wr, Tennessee

4 (138) Ryan Glasgow, dt, Michigan

5 (153) Jake Elliott, k, Memphis

5 (176) J.J. Dielman, c, Utah

6 (193) Jordan Evans, lb, Oklahoma

6 (207) Brandon Wilson, rb, Houston

7 (251) Mason Schreck, te, Buffalo


Cleveland Browns

1 (1) Myles Garrett, de, Texas A&M

1 (25) Jabrill Peppers, s, Michigan

1 (29) David Njoku, te, Miami

2 (52) DeShone Kizer, qb, Notre Dame

3 (65) Larry Ogunjobi, dt, Charlotte

4 (126) Howard Wilson, db, Houston

5 (160) Rod Johnson, ot, Florida State

6 (185) Caleb Brantley, dt, Florida

7 (224) Zane Gonzalez, k, Arizona State

7 (252) Matthew Dayes, rb, NC State


Dallas Cowboys

1 (28) Taco Charlton, de, Michigan

2 (60) Chidobe Awuzie, cb, Colorado

3 (92) Jourdan Lewis, cb, Michigan

4 (133) Ryan Switzer, wr, North Carolina

6 (191) Xavier Woods, s, Louisiana Tech

6 (216) Marquez White, cb, Florida State

7 (228) Joey Ivie, dt, Florida

7 (239) Noah Brown, wr, Ohio State

7 (246) Jordan Carrell, dt, Colorado


Denver Broncos

1 (20) Garett Bolles, ot, Utah

2 (51) DeMarcus Walker, de, Florida State

3 (82) Carlos Henderson, wr, Louisiana Tech

3 (101) Brendan Langley, cb, Lamar

5 (145) Jake Butt, TE, Michigan

5 (172) Isaiah McKenzie, wr, Georgia

6 (203) De’Angelo Henderson, rb, Coastal Carolina

7 (253) Chad Kelly, qb, Mississippi


Detroit Lions

1 (21) Jarrad Davis, lb, Florida

2 (53) Jalen Tabor, cb, Florida

3 (96) Kenny Golladay, wr, Northern Illinois

4 (124) Jaylen Reeves-Maybin, lb, Tennessee

4 (127) Michael Roberts, te, Toledo

5 (165) Jamal Agnew, cb, San Diego

6 (205) Jeremiah Ledbetter, de, Arkansas

6 (215) Brad Kaaya, qb, Miami

7 (250) Pat O’Connor, de, Eastern Michigan


Green Bay Packers

2 (33) Kenny King, db, Washington

2 (61) Josh Jones, s, NC State

3 (93) Montravius Adams, dt, Auburn

4 (108) Vince Biegel, lb, Wisconsin

4 (134) Jamaal Williams, rb, BYU

5 (175) Deangelo Yancey, wr, Purdue

5 (182) Aaron Jones, rb, UTEP

6 (212) Kofi Amichia, ot, South Florida

7 (238) Devonte Mays, rb, Utah State

7 (247) Malachi Dupre, wr, LSU


Houston Texans

1 (12) Deshaun Watson, qb, Clemson

2 (57) Zach Cunningham, lb, Vanderbilt

3 (89) D’Onta Foreman, rb, Texas

4 (130) Julie’n Davenport, ot, Bucknell

4 (142) Carlos Watkins, dt, Clemson

5 (169) Treston Decoud, cb, Oregon State

7 (243) Kyle Fuller, c, Baylor


Indianapolis Colts

1 (15) Malik Hooker, s, Ohio State

2 (46) Quincy Wilson, cb, Florida

3 (80) Tarell Basham, de, Ohio

4 (137) Zach Banner, ot, Southern Cal

4 (143) Marlon Mack, rb, South Florida

4 (144) Grover Stewart, dt, Albany (Ga.)

5 (158) Nate Hairston, cb, Temple

5 (161) Anthony Walker, lb, Northwestern


Jacksonville Jaguars

1 (4) Leonard Fournette, rb, LSU

2 (34) Cam Robinson, ot, Alabama

3 (68) Dawuane Smoot, de, Illinois

4 (110) Dede Westbrook, wr, Oklahoma

5 (148) Blair Brown, lb, Ohio

7 (222) Jalen Myrick, cb, Minnesota

7 (240) Marquez Williams, fb, Miami


Kansas City Chiefs

1 (10) Patrick Mahomes, qb, Texas Tech

2 (59) Tanoh Kpassagnon, de, Villanova

3 (86) Kareem Hunt, rb, Toledo

4 (139) Jehu Chesson, wr, Michigan

5 (183) Ukeme Eligwe, lb, Georgia Southern

6 (218) Leon McQuay III, s, Southern Cal


Los Angeles Chargers

1 (7) Mike Williams, wr, Clemson

2 (38) Forrest Lamp, g, Western Kentucky

3 (71) Dan Feeney, g, Indiana

4 (113) Rayshawn Jenkins, s, Miami

5 (151) Desmond King, s, Iowa

6 (190) Sam Tevi, ot, Utah

7 (225) Isaac Rochell, de, Notre Dame


Los Angeles Rams

2 (44) Gerald Everett, te, South Alabama

3 (69) Cooper Kupp, wr, Eastern Washington

3 (91) John Johnson, s, Boston College

4 (117) Josh Reynolds, wr, Texas A&M

4 (125) Samson Ebukan, lb, Eastern Washington

6 (189) Tanzel Smart, dt, Tulane

6 (206) Sam Rogers, fb, Virginia Tech

7 (234) Ejuan Price, lb, Pittsburgh


Miami Dolphins

1 (22) Charles Harris, de, Missouri

2 (54) Raekwon McMillan, lb, Ohio State

3 (97) Cordrea Tankersley, cb, Clemson

5 (164) Isaac Ariata, g, Utah

5 (178) Davon Godchaux, dt, LSU

6 (194) Vincent Taylor, dt, Oklahoma State

7 (237) Isaiah Ford, wr, Virginia Tech


Minnesota Vikings

2 (41) Dalvin Cook, rb, Florida State

3 (70) Pat Elflein, c, Ohio State

4 (109) Jaleel Johnson, de, Iowa

4 (120) Ben Gedeon, lb, Michigan

5 (170) Rodney Adams, wr, South Florida

5 (180) Danny Isidora, g, Miami

6 (201) Bucky Hodges, te, Virginia Tech

7 (219) Stacy Coley, wr, Miami

7 (220) Ifeadi Odenigbo, dl, Northwestern

7 (232) Elijah Lee, lb, Kansas State

7 (245) Jack Tocho, cb, NC State


New England Patriots

3 (83) Derek Rivers, de, Youngstown State

3 (85) Antonio Garcia, ot, Troy

4 (131) Deatrich Wise, de, Arkansas

6 (211) Conor McDermott, ot, UCLA


New Orleans Saints

1 (11) Marshon Lattimore, db, Ohio State

1 (32) Ryan Ramczyk, ot, Wisconsin

2 (42) Marcus Williams, s, Utah

3 (67) Alvin Kamara, rb, Tennessee

3 (76) Alex Anzalone, lb, Florida

3 (103) Trey Hendrickson, lb, FAU

6 (196) Al-Quadin Muhammad, de, Miami



New York Giants

1 (23) Evan Engram, te, Mississippi

2 (55) Dalvin Tomlinson, dt, Alabama

3 (87) Davis Webb, qb, California

4 (140) Wayne Gallman, rb, Clemson

5 (167) Avery Moss, de, Youngstown State

6 (200) Adam Bisnowaty, ot, Pittsburgh


New York Jets

1 (6) Jamal Adams, db, LSU

2 (39) Marcus Maye, s, Florida

3 (79) ArDarius Stewart, wr, Alabama

4 (141) Chad Hansen, wr, California

5 (150) Jordan Leggett, te, Clemson

5 (181) Dylan Donahue, de, West Georgia

6 (188) Elijah McGuire, rb, Louisiana-Lafayette

6 (197) Jeremy Clark, cb, Michigan

6 (204) Derrick Jones, cb, Mississippi



Oakland Raiders

1 (24) Gareon Conley, cb, Ohio State

2 (56) Obi Melifonwu, s, UConn

3 (88) Eddie Vanderdoes, dt, UCLA

4 (129) David Sharpe, ol, Florida

5 (168) Marquel Lee, lb, Wake Forest

7 (221) Shalom Luani, s, Washington State

7 (231) Jylan Ware, ot, Alabama State

7 (242) Elijah Hood, rb, North Carolina

7 (244) Treyvon Hester, dt, Toledo



Philadelphia Eagles

1 (14) Derek Barnett, de, Tennessee

2 (43) Sidney Jones, cb, Washington

3 (99) Rasul Douglas, cb, West Virginia

4 (118) Mack Hollins, wr, North Carolina

4 (132) Donnel Pumphrey, rb, San Diego State

5 (166) Shelton Gibson, wr, West Virginia

5 (184) Nate Gerry, s, Nebraska

6 (214) Elijah Qualls, dt, Washington



Pittsburgh Steelers

1 (30) T.J. Watt, lb, Wisconsin

2 (62) JuJu Smith-Schuster, wr, Southern Cal

3 (94) Cameron Sutton, cb, Tennesee

3 (105) James Conner, rb, Pittsburgh

4 (135) Joshua Dobbs, qb, Tennessee

5 (173) Brian Allen, cb, Utah

6 (213) Colin Holba, ls, Louisville

7 (248) Keion Adams, de, Western Michigan


San Francisco 49ers

1 (3) Solomon Thomas, de, Stanford

1 (31) Reuben Foster, lb, UCLA

3 (66) Ahkello Witherspoon, cb, Colorado

3 (104) C.J. Beathard, qb, Iowa

4 (121) Joe Williams, rb, Utah

5 (146) George Kittle, te, Iowa

5 (177) Trent Taylor, wr, Louisiana Tech

6 (198) D.J. Jones, dt, Mississippi

6 (202) Pita Taumoepenu, de, Utah

7 (229) Adrian Colbert, s, Miami.


Seattle Seahawks

2 (35) Malik McDowell, dt, Michigan State

2 (58) Ethan Pocic, c, LSU

3 (90) Shaquill Griffin, db, UCF

3 (95) Delano Hill, s, Michigan

3 (102) Nazir Jones, dt, North Carolina

3 (106) Amara Darboh, wr, Michigan

4 (111) Tedric Thompson, s, Colorado

6 (187) Mike Tyson, s, Cincinnati

6 (210) Justin Senior, ot, Mississippi State

7 (226) David Moore, wr, East Central

7 (249) Christopher Carson, rb, Oklahoma State


Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1 (19) O.J. Howard, te, Alabama

2 (50) Justin Evans, s, Texas A&M

3 (84) Chris Godwin, wr, Penn State

3 (107) Kendell Beckwith, lb, LSU

5 (162) Jeremy McNichols, rb, Boise State

7 (223) Stevie Tu’ikolovatu, dt, Southern Cal


Tennessee Titans

1 (5) Corey Davis, wr, Western Michigan

1 (18) Adoree’ Jackson, db, Southern Cal

3 (72) Taywan Taylor, wr, Western Kentucky

3 (100) Jonnu Smith, te, FIU

5 (155) Jayon Brown, lb, UCLA

6 (217) Corey Levin, g, Chattanooga

7 (227) Josh Carraway, lb, TCU

7 (236) Brad Seaton, ot, Villanova

7 (241) Khalfani Muhammad, rb, California


Washington Redskins

1 (17) Jonathan Allen, de, Alabama

2 (49) Ryan Anderson, lb, Alabama

3 (81) Fabian Noreau, cb, UCLA

4 (114) Samaje Perine, rb, Oklahoma

4 (123) Montae Nicholson, s, Michigan State

5 (154) Jeremy Sprinkle, te, Arkansas

6 (199) Chase Roullier, c, Wyoming

6 (209) Robert Davis, wr, Georgia Southern

7 (230) Josh Harvey-Clemons, s, Louisville

7 (235) Josh Holsey, db, Auburn
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Re: OFFICIAL NFL 2017-2018 Thread

Postby mikemarrs » Tue May 02, 2017 6:50 pm

Opening numbers at Southpoint Casino for NFL team win totals for 2017 season.



Shortly after posting the first NFL win totals in Las Vegas, the sportsbook at the South Point casino took multiple $1,000 bets on New England to win more than 11 games, quickly pushing the number up to 11.5.



Bettors were offered $2,000 limits to wager whether a team would win over or under the posted number of games during the regular season.











Team Wins

Patriots 11 (-120 O)
Steelers 10.5 (-120 O)
Seahawks 10.5
Falcons 10 (-120 U)
Packers 10 (-120 U)
Cowboys 9.5 (-120 O)
Raiders 9.5 (-120 O)
Titans 9.5 (-120 U)
Ravens 9.5 (-125 U)
Chiefs 9 (-120 O)
Panthers 9 (-120 O)
Giants 9 (-115 O)
Colts 9 (-115 U)
Bengals 8.5 (-120 O)
Broncos 8.5 (-120 O)
Texas 8.5 (-120 O)
Eagles 8.5
Vikings 8.5
Saints 8.5 (-120 U)
Buccaneers 8
Lions 8
Redskins 7.5 (-120 O)
Cardinals 7.5
Chargers 7.5
Dolphins 7.5
Bills 6
Bears 5
Jaguars 5.5 (-120 O)
Jets 5.5 (-120 O)
Rams 5.5 (-120 O)
49ers 4.5
Browns 4






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Well its true the Tennessee Titans have clawed their way back into contention in the AFC after a few down seasons.

From their first year in 1999 through 2011 they had 7 winning seasons and playoff berths but from 2012 through 2015 went through some lean years which is what happens when you not only have a bad GM but also draft a QB bust.

Well things have now changed for the better. For any NFL team to be a winner year to year they need two things a good GM that can draft and a good QB who can play.

The Titans now have both in GM Jon Robinson who learned under Belichick in New England and QB Marcus Mariota a unique dual threat who is good running and throwing and already owns the second longest run in history by a QB for 87 yards.

The Titans turned things around in Mariota's second season.

The Titans won nine games and had a winning season while sharing the best record in the division with Houston.

Tennessee defeated the defending Super Bowl champ Denver Broncos as well as a few teams that made the postseason like Green Bay,Detroit,Houston,Miami,Kansas City.

Week Ten they routed the Packers 47-25 the most points the Packers have given up since 1986 when they lost 55-24 to the Giants. Tennessee scored 35 points first half the most by any team in first half last year.

That win capped off a three week run of 118 points scored. However the toughest victory was the 19-17 last second comeback over KC at Arrowhead to win in freezing single digit conditions.

There is no doubt GM Jon Robinson did a great job in his first year here. Robinson was only on the job a few weeks before making that blockbuster draft trade with the Rams for the Titans top pick in the 2016 draft.

After trading the Rams the top pick Titans had 6 picks out of the first 76 in the draft which was the most of anyone in the draft since the 1991 Dallas Cowboys who had 7 in 70 and got 5 SB starters in that draft.

The last three teams with at least 6 picks among first 76 picks all reached Super Bowl within 5 years: 91 Boys, 82 Pats, 75 Rams. Could the Titans keep the streak going and eventually make it to the big game as well?

In the draft they were able to land OT Jack Conklin,RB Derrick Henry,WR Tajae Sharpe all contributors offensively as well as S Kevin Byard,CB LeShaun Sims,OLB Aaron Wallace were defensive contributors also.

All ten draft choices played in games during the 2016 season.

RB Demarco Murray,WR Rishard Matthews,OC Ben Jones were big pick ups in free agency and helped the team as starters in 2016.

However one thing is for certain and that is the fact that this team has a bright future ahead and QB Marcus Mariota will be healthy and ready to roll once the 2017 season starts.

As of November 24,2016, Mariota was the first QB in modern NFL history with six four-TD performances in his first 22 career games. No other QB had more to start a career.

Mariota is the first QB in NFL history to have 3 games with 70.0+ completion %, at least 4 TD passes and no INTs in his first 2 seasons.

Marcus Mariota is a stud in the red zone as well. 33 TDs and 0 Ints in his short career. Titan’s have the NFL’s best red-zone offense. They score a TD 75 percent of the time they get inside the 20.

Only Tom Brady 6.1 and Aaron Rodgers 6.0 have a higher TD rate than Mariota (5.5%) since he entered the NFL in 2015.

On passes of 20+ yards in 2016 Mariota had 41 completions of 20-plus yards. Only Atlanta’s Matt Ryan and New Orleans’ Drew Brees had more.

So far in 27 games Mariota had 506 of 821 passes completed, 61.6%, 6244 yards, 45TD/19INT, 93.8 passer rating.

The Titans just picked up WR Corey Davis and CB Adoree Jackson in the first round of the 2017 draft

If Mariota can stay healthy and avoid injury then the sky is definitely the limit.............
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WEEK 1

Thursday, Sept. 7
Kansas City at New England, 8:30pm, NBC

Sunday, Sept. 10
NY Jets at Buffalo, 1pm, CBS
Atlanta at Chicago, 1pm, FOX
Baltimore at Cincinnati, 1pm, CBS
Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 1pm, CBS
Arizona at Detroit, 1pm, FOX
Jacksonville at Houston, 1pm, CBS
Tampa Bay at Miami, 1pm, FOX
Oakland at Tennessee, 1pm, CBS
Philadelphia at Washington, 1pm, FOX
Indianapolis at LA Rams, 4:05pm, CBS
Seattle at Green Bay, 4:25pm, FOX
Carolina at San Francisco, 4:25pm, FOX
NY Giants at Dallas, 8:30pm, NBC

Monday, Sept. 11
New Orleans at Minnesota, 7:10pm, ESPN
LA Chargers at Denver, 10:20pm, ESPN


Lots of good games the first week. Seattle/Green Bay gonna be a really awesome game. Oakland/Tennessee will be a close game like the others they've had the past three years. AP now playing with New Orleans going back to play his former team in Minnesota.
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Postby YoungJRNYfan » Thu May 04, 2017 7:32 am

I like the Giants in the NFC to represent in the Super Bowl for the '17 season.

The AFC will belong to Brady and the Pats indefinitely.
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Postby AR » Fri May 05, 2017 1:43 am

I'll be at the Ravens vs. Jags game in London week 3.
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Postby Journey/Survivor » Fri May 05, 2017 8:44 am

YoungJRNYfan wrote:The AFC will belong to Brady and the Pats indefinitely.


I think that the plan is to have your Steelers win the Super Bowl this year, and then Roethlisberger retires.
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Postby scarab » Fri May 05, 2017 10:56 pm

how convenient for Minnesota to play the Saints on national TV after Adrian signed there.
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Postby YoungJRNYfan » Sat May 06, 2017 1:07 am

Journey/Survivor wrote:
YoungJRNYfan wrote:The AFC will belong to Brady and the Pats indefinitely.


I think that the plan is to have your Steelers win the Super Bowl this year, and then Roethlisberger retires.


If you're into the conspiracy thing, then I'd say the conspiracy would be more in line with Dan Rooney's death. Doesn't matter. If the Steelers want to employ zone on Tom Brady over and over again, it will be the same result defensively. That game plan in the AFC Title game last season was liquid ass and deserved the beatdown from sheer coaching staff stupidity.
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Postby Journey/Survivor » Sat May 06, 2017 7:40 am

YoungJRNYfan wrote:
Journey/Survivor wrote:
YoungJRNYfan wrote:The AFC will belong to Brady and the Pats indefinitely.


I think that the plan is to have your Steelers win the Super Bowl this year, and then Roethlisberger retires.


If you're into the conspiracy thing, then I'd say the conspiracy would be more in line with Dan Rooney's death.


Oh, I know, I was also thinking about the Dan Rooney story-line too. I think that it's a combination of Rooney and Roethlisberger.
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Re: OFFICIAL NFL 2017-2018 Thread

Postby mikemarrs » Thu Jun 15, 2017 3:12 pm

Wide receiver Eric Decker’s release from the Jets hit the NFL’s transaction wire on Tuesday, leaving him free to start taking visits and talking contracts with other teams.

The wait for that process to begin was not a long one. In a move first reported by Nashville-based musician Kenneth Nixon — Decker’s wife Jessie is a country music artist and the couple has a home in the city — and confirmed by multiple NFL reporters, Decker is visiting with the Titans on Wednesday.

The Titans added Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor to their wide receiving group in this year’s draft to help make Marcus Mariota’s life easier in his third season running the offense and Decker would offer further assistance on that front. Tajae Sharpe, Rishard Matthews, Harry Douglas and Tre McBride are also on the roster.

Other teams may also entertain a pursuit of Decker, but, given the Titans’ desire to build up their receiving options and the Deckers’ connections to the city, a deal could wind up making enough sense to both sides that Decker’s first visit is his only one.
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The Steelers wrapped up their draft-class signings Wednesday.

The team announced that first-round pick T.J. Watt had signed his four-year rookie deal.

The Wisconsin linebacker — who is of course the brother of Chargers fullback Derek Watt — had 11.5 sacks in his final college season.

Like his other brother, some guy named J.J., he made the transition from offense to defense, and is still learning.
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Postby mikemarrs » Thu Jun 15, 2017 3:51 pm

YoungJRNYfan wrote:I like the Giants in the NFC to represent in the Super Bowl for the '17 season.

The AFC will belong to Brady and the Pats indefinitely.



Will definitely be interesting to see how much longer Brady/Roethlisberger/Manning stick around. The new guard of up and comers that i would include on the list of best young QB would include Carr/Mariota/Winston. There are others at the mid point of their career doing well like Rodgers/Ryan/Wilson. The most improved QB would go to Matt Stafford in 2016 he had 8 come from behind victories.


NFL LIST OF MOST EXPERIENCED QB WITH AGE/PLAYING TIME


New England--Tom Brady....40/18th season

New Orleans-----Drew Brees...38/17th season

N.Y. Jets---Josh McCown....38/16th season

Arizona-----Carson Palmer....38/15th season

NY Giants----Eli Manning...36/14th season

Pittsburgh---Ben Roethlisberger....35/14th season

San Diego----Phillip Rivers...34/14th season

Kansas City----Alex Smith....33/13th season

Green Bay----Aaron Rodgers...32/13th season

Atlanta-----Matt Ryan....32/10th season

Baltimore--- Joe Flacco....32/10th season

San Francisco----Brian Hoyer.....31/9th season

Detroit-----Matt Stafford...29/9th season

Minnesota---Sam Bradford....29/8th season

Cincy--- Andy Dalton......29/7th season

Washington---Kirk Cousins....29/6th season

Miami---Ryan Tannehill....29/6th season

Buffalo--Tyrod Taylor...28/7th season

Carolina-----Cam Newton...28/7th season

Seattle-------Russell Wilson......28/6th season

Indy---Andrew Luck...28/6th season

Chicago----Mike Glennon...27/5th season

Houston---Tom Savage.....27/4th season

Oakland-----Derek Carr......26/4th season

Denver---Trevor Siemian.....26/3rd season

Jax----Blake Bortles....25/4th season

Tennessee----Marcus Mariota....24/3rd season

Philly------Carson Wentz.....24/2nd season

Cleveland---Cody Kessler......24/2nd season

Dallas---Dak Prescott.....24/2nd season

Tampa Bay-----Jameis Winston...23/3rd season

L.A. Rams---Jared Goff......22/2nd season
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Postby S2M » Wed Jun 21, 2017 7:13 am

Educate me. I've scoured every site explaining how the schedules are made, and I can't, for the life of me, figure out why N.E. won the SB - yet are traveling AGAIN, for the 2nd year in a row...(or is it 5 now) to Pittsburgh AND Denver. Isn't it supposed to alternate?!
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Postby YoungJRNYfan » Mon Jun 26, 2017 6:44 am

S2M wrote:Educate me. I've scoured every site explaining how the schedules are made, and I can't, for the life of me, figure out why N.E. won the SB - yet are traveling AGAIN, for the 2nd year in a row...(or is it 5 now) to Pittsburgh AND Denver. Isn't it supposed to alternate?!


Just because the Patriots won the Super Bowl, doesn't mean they get to decide when they are home and away :lol: Winning the Super Bowl ensures they will host a challenger to kickoff Week 1 of the NFL season, as it has always been. The Pats didn't play in Pittsburgh for 5 years in a row( :?: ). Schedules of this nature happen. The Steelers played in New England for back to back years in 2007 and 2008. They also played the last 2 regular season matchup's in New England (2013; 2015) before New England came back to Pittsburgh in 2016. Before the 2016 season, the last time New England traveled to Pittsburgh was 2011, which was in a span of 5 years.

All NFL teams go back to back years in some form or fashion playing on the road or at home. I don't think there's any specific way the NFL sets up individual matchup's from years prior or pay attention to who was home or away during those consecutive years. They're more focused on what specific divisions draw the other divisions and how that 4 year swing will determine everything else. There's only a few factors that determine whether you're on the road or home, depending on what certain playoff teams do in the post-season.
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Postby S2M » Mon Jul 03, 2017 3:22 am

YoungJRNYfan wrote:
S2M wrote:Educate me. I've scoured every site explaining how the schedules are made, and I can't, for the life of me, figure out why N.E. won the SB - yet are traveling AGAIN, for the 2nd year in a row...(or is it 5 now) to Pittsburgh AND Denver. Isn't it supposed to alternate?!


Just because the Patriots won the Super Bowl, doesn't mean they get to decide when they are home and away :lol: Winning the Super Bowl ensures they will host a challenger to kickoff Week 1 of the NFL season, as it has always been. The Pats didn't play in Pittsburgh for 5 years in a row( :?: ). Schedules of this nature happen. The Steelers played in New England for back to back years in 2007 and 2008. They also played the last 2 regular season matchup's in New England (2013; 2015) before New England came back to Pittsburgh in 2016. Before the 2016 season, the last time New England traveled to Pittsburgh was 2011, which was in a span of 5 years.

All NFL teams go back to back years in some form or fashion playing on the road or at home. I don't think there's any specific way the NFL sets up individual matchup's from years prior or pay attention to who was home or away during those consecutive years. They're more focused on what specific divisions draw the other divisions and how that 4 year swing will determine everything else. There's only a few factors that determine whether you're on the road or home, depending on what certain playoff teams do in the post-season.


First, if you're going to whip facts at me like an 'A Current Affair' logo, at least be correct. :lol: :lol:

From 9/27/81 through 12/16/95, the Steelers had NINE straight home games against New England. With NO playoff games.

Since Brady entered the league, Pitt's had 7 Home games, and 6 Away games...including playoff games.

And as far as your 'before New England came back to Pittsburgh in 2016. Before the 2016 season, the last time New England traveled to Pittsburgh was 2011, which was in a span of 5 years' fact...what you fail to add is they didn't even play each other in 2014, or 2012. so basically 3 years.

They seem to be on a Home Home, Away Away schedule...Plan on coming to Gillette in '18 motherfucker. It's long overdue. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby YoungJRNYfan » Mon Jul 03, 2017 3:32 am

Since Brady entered the league, Pitt's had 7 Home games, and 6 Away games...including playoff games.


Including playoff games is irrelevant to the conversation considering this is a regular season schedule we're talking about. In other words, you're arguing two different NFL scheduling formats. The NFL doesn't decide who's home or away in the playoffs. Seeding does.

what you fail to add is they didn't even play each other in 2014, or 2012. so basically 3 years.


Re-read what I posted.

They also played the last 2 regular season matchup's in New England (2013; 2015) before New England came back to Pittsburgh in 2016.


Point is there's no conspiracy against New England traveling. NFL schedules just sometimes work that way depending on multiple factors. The Steelers have traveled to NE for consecutive years. The Patriots have traveled to Pittsburgh for consecutive years. Switch out all 32 NFL teams and it's the same logic.

Plan on coming to Gillette in '18 motherfucker. It's long overdue.


Until proven otherwise, sorry. I'm not watching our defensive coordinator play chicken little and back off Brady to see him throw to wide open rugby guys. Not happening :lol:
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Postby mikemarrs » Tue Jul 25, 2017 7:12 am

It is set up ahead of time these are the schedules for teams for 2018 and 2019.....


2018 Steelers
Date TBA Falcons Atlanta Falcons
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Ravens Baltimore Ravens
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Panthers Carolina Panthers
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Bengals Cincinnati Bengals
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Browns Cleveland Browns
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Chargers Los Angeles Chargers
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA AFC AFC East Opponent TBD*
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Ravens at Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Bengals at Cincinnati Bengals
Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Browns at Cleveland Browns
FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Broncos at Denver Broncos
Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, CO Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Saints at New Orleans Saints
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Raiders at Oakland Raiders
Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Buccaneers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA AFC at AFC South Opponent TBD*
Site TBD Time TBA
TV TBA


2019 Steelers
Date Opponent Time/TV Tickets
Date TBA Ravens Baltimore Ravens
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Bills Buffalo Bills
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Bengals Cincinnati Bengals
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Browns Cleveland Browns
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Rams Los Angeles Rams
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Dolphins Miami Dolphins
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Seahawks Seattle Seahawks
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA AFC AFC South Opponent TBD*
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Cardinals at Arizona Cardinals
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Ravens at Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Bengals at Cincinnati Bengals
Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Browns at Cleveland Browns
FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Saints at New Orleans Saints
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Jets at New York Jets
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA 49ers at San Francisco 49ers
Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA AFC at AFC West Opponent TBD*
Site TBD Time TBA
TV TBA




2018 Patriots
Date Opponent Time/TV Tickets
Date TBA Bills Buffalo Bills
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Packers Green Bay Packers
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Texans Houston Texans
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Colts Indianapolis Colts
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Dolphins Miami Dolphins
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Vikings Minnesota Vikings
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Jets New York Jets
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA AFC AFC West Opponent TBD*
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Bills at Buffalo Bills
New Era Field, Orchard Park, NY Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Bears at Chicago Bears
Soldier Field, Chicago, IL Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Lions at Detroit Lions
Ford Field, Detroit, MI Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Jaguars at Jacksonville Jaguars
EverBank Field, Jacksonville, FL Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Dolphins at Miami Dolphins
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Jets at New York Jets
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Titans at Tennessee Titans
Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA AFC at AFC North Opponent TBD*
Site TBD Time TBA
TV TB


2019 Patriots
Date Opponent Time/TV Tickets
Date TBA Bills Buffalo Bills
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Browns Cleveland Browns
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Cowboys Dallas Cowboys
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Dolphins Miami Dolphins
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Giants New York Giants
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Jets New York Jets
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA AFC AFC West Opponent TBD*
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Ravens at Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Bills at Buffalo Bills
New Era Field, Orchard Park, NY Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Bengals at Cincinnati Bengals
Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Dolphins at Miami Dolphins
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Jets at New York Jets
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Eagles at Philadelphia Eagles
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA Redskins at Washington Redskins
FedEx Field, Landover, MD Time TBA
TV TBA
Date TBA AFC at AFC South Opponent TBD*
Site TBD Time TBA
TV TBA


http://www.fbschedules.com/nfl/nfl-foot ... edules.php
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Postby S2M » Tue Jul 25, 2017 7:28 am

Teams played is a given. They are on 4 year rotations. I'm asking how they determine HOME and AWAY.

For instance: N.E. played Pitt and Denver away last season. And again are playing them away THIS season. Whereas N.E. played Dallas away in 2015, but will play at home in 2019.
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Travis, I got an email from ESPN to sign up for Pickems, can you set it back up for this year? :wink:
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Fact Finder wrote:Travis, I got an email from ESPN to sign up for Pickems, can you set it back up for this year? :wink:



Yeah Travis...let's go. lol
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TRAVIS!!!

Pickem's please. Pretty please, 3 days till game one.
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Postby YoungJRNYfan » Tue Sep 05, 2017 6:48 am

Alright guys. Go to ESPN.com----> Pigskin Pick'ems----> search for the group ---->rejoin.

Group name: Melodicrock
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Done
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Postby Memorex » Tue Sep 05, 2017 7:19 am

YoungJRNYfan wrote:Alright guys. Go to ESPN.com----> Pigskin Pick'ems----> search for the group ---->rejoin.

Group name: Melodicrock
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Postby Ehwmatt » Tue Sep 05, 2017 7:58 am

I'm 110% over the NFL. The overexposure, the awful QB play save two to four QBs, the penalties/awful officiating and drawn out games, the scumbag players, the silly scandals every year (Deflategate, Ezekiel Elliott) and so on. The total package leaves everything to be desired from my perspective. Doesn't help being a fan of the Browns, one of if not the worst organizations on Planet Earth. But even putting that unfortunate reality aside, the NFL is just bullshit. Hate it now.
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Re: OFFICIAL NFL 2017-2018 Thread

Postby Memorex » Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:05 am

Ehwmatt wrote:I'm 110% over the NFL. The overexposure, the awful QB play save two to four QBs, the penalties/awful officiating and drawn out games, the scumbag players, the silly scandals every year (Deflategate, Ezekiel Elliott) and so on. The total package leaves everything to be desired from my perspective. Doesn't help being a fan of the Browns, one of if not the worst organizations on Planet Earth. But even putting that unfortunate reality aside, the NFL is just bullshit. Hate it now.


For me it's two things. Niners ownership and the NFL with their head up their ass.

For the NFL, I was so turned off when they would not let the Cowboys wear the patches last year for the 5 officers killed days before. With no other factor, fuck them. Let a city pick the way it heals and honors. I could care less if it interferes with their policy. But then to bounce that against them allowing Rams players to do the whole hands up don't shoot crap, and all the anthem protests, it makes the Dallas situation that much more striking in it's insensitivity. The NFL has the power to do a lot of good and they have shit all over that in recent years. I don't watch other sports, so I am not as passionate and don't know if they are the same.

Niners ownership - see Georgia Frontiere's reign over the Rams for reference. It's that bad or worse.

When the Niners win 6 straight, I'm back in because my DNA would not allow me not to. But I am not a fair weather fan. Been a fan since the late 70's and last year was the first year I did not watch. And I didn't miss a God damn thing.
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Re: OFFICIAL NFL 2017-2018 Thread

Postby Journey/Survivor » Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:54 am

Ehwmatt wrote:I'm 110% over the NFL. The overexposure, the awful QB play save two to four QBs, the penalties/awful officiating and drawn out games, the scumbag players, the silly scandals every year (Deflategate, Ezekiel Elliott) and so on. The total package leaves everything to be desired from my perspective. Doesn't help being a fan of the Browns, one of if not the worst organizations on Planet Earth. But even putting that unfortunate reality aside, the NFL is just bullshit. Hate it now.


As I've stated on here before, I am confident that the games are all rigged by the league themselves.

I also feel that many of the scandals are also staged by the league for publicity and other factors.

As for the Browns. I think that the league is about to have the Browns win a lot more games. This year they will win somewhere in the 6 to possibly even 9 game range. Then they will have them be a playoff team the next season.
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Re: OFFICIAL NFL 2017-2018 Thread

Postby YoungJRNYfan » Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:58 am

Sorry to hear that gentlemen. The NFL has its flaws and those flaws have certainly grown throughout the product over the years. Still, warts and all, I absolutely love it. I'm all in. I'm just hoping Antonio Brown karate kicks a Browns player right in the face again :lol:
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