NFL 2019/20 Season Chat.

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Re: NFL 2019/20 Season Chat.

Post by Adenchiz » Fri Nov 29, 2019 6:07 am

Hmm? I guess the Saints considering how long I had Brees as a keeper.

Sick Lamar Jackson Jersey, hopefully, they can go far into the playoffs sort of hoping for a rematch against the Patriots over the Chiefs as they scare me a lot less than Mahomes and the Chiefs.

I would not blame you or any other Skins fans for feeling the urge to move on. I mean yes they have given the fans 2 Superbowls however since Dan Snyder took over 21 years ago they have had just 5 winning seasons (last winning season came in 2016). Under President/GM Bruce Allen they are 44-79 with just 1 playoff appearance. I'd say the only positives going for them right now is they play in a division that includes the Cowboys and Giants, as well as having a good chance to draft Ohio State's DE Chase Young in next year's draft.

As for this evening games, I thought they looked dull on paper but they ended up being quite entertaining, plus it's always hilarious when the Cowboys lose on Thanksgiving (the Bills are very underrated)

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Re: NFL 2019/20 Season Chat.

Post by Spiff » Tue Dec 03, 2019 1:57 am

Nice Jersey Andy!

Growing up in a town that didn't have a NFL team, the closest were the Denver Broncos 900 miles away. I really didn't have a team to call my own or cheer for. Some of my earliest memories were of Joe Theisman and John Riggins of the Redskins. My brother and I would watch Monday Night Football religiously. One year I was watching the NFC championship with the 49ers against the Cowboys which was "the catch" game and I was hooked. I cheered for the 49ers for many years. Fast forward to 1993 and I move to Seattle. The Seahawks really weren't considered a real contender then. I watched a few games but in my heart I was still a 49ers fan. The longer I lived here I guess you could say my loyalties started to shift. When Mike Holmgren came over from the Packers I started getting excited and I have been hooked ever since. Sadly I still have never been to a game. I still plan on going, just haven't made the time. I have always had a love for the game and most of the teams. There are a couple that I just can't find myself to cheer for. The Ravens have a good thing going. I love their team, My son about 10 years ago decided he would rather cheer for the Ravens and so we have been following them together. I think they can win it all this year.

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