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  1. 1 hour ago, Jubanton said:

    benching for Herbert (cross fingers)


    Hard to trust in a difficult matchup


    Considering the same thing, but not sure if that's just overthinking things or a brilliant FF coaching move.

    Giants did not let Russ cook and I'm worried they will do the same to Kyler.

  2. 1 hour ago, oban14 said:

    Is that a thing? I thought once eligibility is set, its there the rest of the year.


    I thought the same. That they could add something (Like RB to Ty Montgomery) but not take away.

    They haven't taken away Cordarrelle's WR eligibility and he's pretty much a RB now.

  3. 9 minutes ago, KingUles said:


    I remember why. But we do not speak of it in this thread.

    Just kidding. It was the game with the HORRIBLE wildcat trick play call (4th and goal) that led to a james robinson fumble.

    If I remember correctly he did not see that many touches after the fumble because the coach is not smart.

     Oh no! Sorry, I had erased that from my memory.

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  4. 11 minutes ago, CooL said:


     He's staying at Brady's freaking house.  You don't think they're playing catch in the backyard while Giselle's getting dinner ready?  "Hey AB, run towards the tree, fake left towards the tire swing, and then break towards the fountain and the ball will be there."



    I don't think Giselle is allowed in the house while AB is there, but the rest seems accurate.

  5. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports a Broncos offensive lineman and Vikings linebacker tested positive for COVID-19.

    This comes after the Broncos placed OL coach Mike Munchak under COVID-19 protocols Thursday. It's the second player case for the Vikings, who sent CB Cameron Dantzler to the reserve/COVID-19 list earlier this week. Both teams will need no new positive tests over the next two days for their games to be played.



    Not looking great for Broncos/Chargers game

  6. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported a Chargers player tested positive for COVID-19, and he and all close contacts were told to stay home and isolate, per sources informed of the situation.

    The team confirmed the positive test.

    "Late last night, we received notice a Chargers player tested positive for COVID-19," the Chargers said in a statement. "The player was immediately notified, began self-quarantine and the contact tracing process was initiated. The player's close contacts have been identified. They will remain home today and participate in meetings remotely.

  7. There will be no access to the Panthers today other than the injury report that comes out this afternoon. The team does not have to designate a status for Christian McCaffrey (ankle) because he's on injured reserve with a designation to return. The team can wait as late as 4 p.m. on Thursday to decide whether or not to activate the running back. Right now I'd say it's 50-50 he plays against Atlanta.

    David Newton, ESPN Staff Writer4h ago
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