Fixtures: Friday 6th: 01:20 Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears
Sunday 8th: 18:00 Baltimore Ravens @ Miami Dolphins 18:00 Tennessee Titans @ Cleveland Browns 18:00 Atlanta Falcons @ Minnesota Vikings 18:00 Buffalo Bills @ NY Jets 18:00 Washington Redskins @ Philadelphia Eagles 18:00 Los Angeles Rams @ Carolina Panthers 18:00 Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars 21:05 Cincinnati Bengals @ Seattle Seahawks 21:05 Indianapolis Colts @ Los Angeles Chargers 21:25 San Francisco 49ers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21:25 Detroit Lions @ Arizona Cardinals 21:25 NY Giants @ Dallas Cowboys
Monday 9th: 01:20 Pittsburgh Steelers @ New England Patriots
Let's go Bears! I'm still not over the comeback by the Packers in the week 1 game last season so I'm hoping things work out better tonight. I'm excited to see how Trubisky does, his second full season and second under Nagy's offense, let's see what he's capable of.
Edit: So towards the end of the first half, and the offense as a whole hasn't looked good, apart from a few good runs from David Montgomery. The positive is that the defense still looks great, but we need a big improvement in the offense second half.
Edit2: Nagy is making some ridiculously stupid calls on offense.
Snowcannon wrote:Bad to see the Dolphins get off to such a terrible start
Seems to be falling apart behind the scenes.
It’s a real mess. I didn’t watch the game but two of my friends were in Miami to see the game and they said they tanked real bad (I mean how else do you lose 59-10!). For some reason they seem to have taken rebuilding to the max. Which is silly even if the Dolphins have been a middling team for ages. Let’s trade away players and end the season poorly for better future picks. No wonder a bunch of players don’t want part of it.
Worse, I picked this season to see live my first NFL games going to Miami in November to see them play the Bills and heading to NJ in December to see them against the Jets. Let’s hope for a dramatic turnaround..!