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This Week in the AFC North

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There has been no frolicking at the Great Zomboni's lair this week. The Great Zomboni has been very angry and the staff knows it.

How do you lose that game? You score 42 points and lose. You have an 8 point lead and the ball with under 2 minutes to play and you lose. You get enough big plays for a month of Sundays for past Browns teams, and you lose.

The only way that loss coulda hurt more is if it was against Pittsburgh or Baltimore.

Well, lookie here, here comes Baltimore into your house ... so are you going to man up and beat them and save your season, Browns?

Or are we going to be blaming refs, and blaming injuries, and blaming youth and blaming Sashi Brown after this one?

Hopefully someone on the organization kicked over some trash cans, grabbed some facemasks, grabbed the entire football team by the metaphorical balls and told them they are a bunch of pussies if they don't defend their home field this week and that heads are rolling quicker than shit if we are not a playoff team THIS YEAR.

Miami at Cincinnati 1 PM, Sunday

The Dolphins are who we thought they were, a mediocre team that got embarrassed last week when they got to play a meaningful game. The Bungles aren't much better, their fall is coming, but the Tigers will remain the Paper Lions of the AFC North for another week as they shouldn't be losing to the Phish at home. BUNGLES 27 DOLPHINS 23

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The Dolphins are going to take one on the chin today

Baltimore at Cleveland 1 PM, Sunday

Now for the good news, Browns fans: Baker Mayfield is only going to get better. And he is going to take a loss where he was responsible for 4 turnovers personally, and come out and deliver a noteworthy performance today. The Browns lead the league in Rushing, and the Ravens are 24th in stopping the run, but Todd Haley will flip the table and attack the Ravens through the air early and often. And this time, the Browns defense holds on. BROWNS 32 RAVENS 28

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Gonna Be Like 2007 Today

Atlanta at Pittsburgh 1 PM Sunday

The Falcons are a team that is way better than their 1-3 record, and the lowly Steelers will pay the price for that today. Five TD pass for Matt Ryan including two each to Mohamed Sanu and the big Tight end, Austin Hooper. Prepare NFL radio talk shows ... The Steelers are going to lose again, and it's not going to be pretty ... FALCONS 41 STEELERS 26

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1933 to 1970?  :lol:

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2 minutes ago, mjp28 said:

1933 to 1970?  :lol:

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That part of their history, along with the 1980s, doesn't exist in Steelers fans minds...

Along with hygiene. 

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Well it's MIA +7 vs CIN plus PIT -3 vs ATL and the suddenly ATS hot CLE +3 vs BAL.

Throw in DET DAL plus the NYJ and go to the bank on Tuesday!

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This Atlanta vs Pittsburgh game is huge for both teams.

Basically, the losing team's season is pretty much shot.

And my Atlanta winning the NFC is looking very, very stoopeed. 

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Treadin' water here... let's see if I can swim this week.

Miami @Cincinnati (-7.0) - Sun 10/07 12:00 PM

Vegas had to bump the line steadily to attract more money to the Fins side of the ledger... but they did not get mine.

Cinci may be the Stealth Team of 2018... along with the Titans... and now they are getting Mixon back. May not get many touches today, but any will be e bonus. AS his work load increases in coming weeks look for CIN's D stats to improve.

Miami? Good team on paper, but after three cake games to start they had a rude awakening in Foxboro Week 4. Cinci will be a little more hospitable, but the team was exposed.

Prediction: CIN 34 MIA 20

 

Atlanta @ Pittsburgh (-3.0) - Sun 10/07 12:00 PM

Looks to be a track meet in the making. With Freeman back ATL has the legs. Only Heinz keeps it close, but the magic is waning.

Prediction: ATL 38 PTG 27

 

And finally our daily Double...

Baltimore @ Cleveland (+3.0) - Sun 10/07 12:00 PM

Ummmm.... no. Not gonna do it... not close to doing it... not yet... but someday soon... and for the rest of (my) life...

 

Prediction: BLT 37 CLE 23

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