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Everything posted by MTSuper7

  1. AT&T U-Verse drops NFL Network & RedZone

    Almost 100% sure the answer will be yes, and it won't even be close. It all depends on what you really need, but Amazon Prime, Hulu and NetFlix are collectively under $50 per month (Prime is a lot more than video streaming too). If you went basic cable + internet vs. a real TV package with any provider, you are probably saving more than that.
  2. 2019 Vegas Win Total Over/Under

    The Redskins arguably the most favorable strength of schedule swing from last season to this upcoming season on paper (their collective opponents' winning percentage from last season is lowest of all teams). I'm not saying you are wrong, but to say they are a lock to lose 11 or more games is too strong IMO. I also understand the inexact science behind strength of schedule analysis, as the teams going on the field in 2019 will have new players, coaches, etc. that factor into their performance. I'm inclined to bet the over on Miami, if only because their schedule includes four games with Buffalo and the Jets as well as home games against the Redskins and Bengals. If they can muster a win outside of those games, their path to 6 wins isn't that hard to envision. Of course, there are a lot of things up in the air with Miami, so it's not at all a safe play. It's just where my head went when looking at their number and situation.
  3. I love the AAF

    This. I am ready for a break from football for a bit once the playoffs end. And yeah, college basketball, NBA and NHL playoffs, etc. nicely bridge the gap from end of NFL season through to near the beginning of NFL team OTAs
  4. Fitzmagic To The Dolphins

  5. OBJ to Browns

    I think you are overthinking this. Mayfield has a gunslinger mentality. OBJ can beat anyone in a jump ball type scenario, and frequently he can beat any two guys in those scenarios. What's the point of having an all-world WR if your QB is too gun shy to let him make a play (think Brock Osweiler's impact on DeAndre Hopkins). This marriage is closer to perfect than you've led on. The only argument you've really made here is that Mayfield is too short to throw slants and such over the middle, but Drew Brees is shorter than Mayfield and manages just fine with those routes. Again, I just think you've gotten too microscopic in the analysis.