Dueling Mock Drafts

-by DNOMN8R314

Inspired by the question of whether the Cardinals will draft Kyler Murray or Nick Bosa with the first selection, I’ve set myself a challenge. I will do two no-trade mock drafts, one with Murray #1, one with Bosa #1, and will continue to alternate selections down the two drafts. Of course, to ensure one mock doesn’t have all my preferred selections, I’ll have to alternate which mock makes the first choice at each pick. And as an extra challenge, I’m not allowing myself to draft players at the same position with each selection. (Call it variety – the actual draft never goes as projected anyway. It certainly never goes the way I project it.)

I’d have flipped a coin if I had one on me right now, but instead I used a random number generator to decide, and the mock with Murray at #1 will select first. Its selections will be designated in bold, while those in the “Bosa” mock will be in italics.

Let’s play.

1. ARI: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma: The collective of NFL media and fans seems to have decided that Murray will end up in Arizona, all statements to the contrary aside.

1.  ARI: Nick Bosa, ED, Ohio State: So what if the smoke is only smoke and Murray doesn’t end up the top pick? Bosa has long been considered the top non-quarterback in the draft, alongside Quinnen Williams; the Cardinals couldn’t go wrong with either.

2. SF: Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama: The 49ers get the other “top player in the draft” with the dominant Williams, who should be an immediate force no matter where he ends up.

2. SF: Nick Bosa, ED, Ohio State: Thanks to that “no position duplication” rule, the 49ers can’t take Williams twice, but they can grab Bosa once.

3. NYJ: Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama: I’m reminded of when the Jets paired Muhammad Wilkerson and Sheldon Richardson on their defensive interior. With Leonard Williams (himself a surprise grab for the Jets at sixth overall in 2015) already there, the Jets could form a threatening Williams-Williams duo.

3. NYJ: Josh Allen, ED, Kentucky: Allen will upgrade any front seven, and the Jets could use additional pass rushing talent.

4. OAK: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma: Jon Gruden would Gruden if he were still Grudening, but Mike Mayock is the Raiders’ GM now. Still, Murray is considered the top quarterback in the draft, and word has continually floated that Gruden is not satisfied with Derek Carr.

4. OAK: Josh Allen, ED, Kentucky: The Raiders have added to their defensive front in recent drafts with linemen like Eddie Vanderdoes and Maurice Hurst, but Allen would bring additional pass-rushing force to their edge.

5. TB: Brian Burns, ED, Florida State: Burns is a player whose stock has fluctuated up and down the first round in mocks, and with so much edge talent, it’s possible a team has him near the top of their boards. Here, the Bucs add him to their company of edge rushers with the fifth selection.

5. TB: Devin White, LB, LSU: The Bucs added Shaquill Barrett and Deone Bucannon to their linebacking corps, but White would give them an impact player at ILB.

6. NYG: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State: The Giants should be preparing for the years after Eli Manning – I say “should” because I’m not fully certain they are – so a top quarterback makes sense at No. 6. Despite his dropping down mocks lately, Haskins is still the choice.

6. NYG: Ed Oliver, DL, Houston: Supposing the Giants pass on a quarterback here, who might they select? D.K. Metcalf is tempting as an Odell Beckham replacement… unless they somehow think Corey Coleman is that guy. Instead, they select a dominant defensive lineman.

7. JAX: Montez Sweat, ED, Mississippi State: With combine star Sweat still on the board, the Jaguars try to recapture their 2017 defense by adding a top pass rusher.

7. JAX: T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa: They’d take an edge rusher if the other mock hadn’t done so. With that option unavailable, the Jags add to one of their weaker offensive positions, getting a top target (especially in the red zone) for Nick Foles.

8. DET: Ed Oliver, DL, Houston: Having upgraded their edge corps by signing Trey Flowers, Detroit brass continues assembling a dominant front line, getting Oliver to pair with Damon “Snacks” Harrison on the interior.

8. DET: Jawaan Taylor, T, Florida: The Lions have gradually built their offensive line in early rounds of recent drafts: Taylor Decker one year, Frank Ragnow another. Taylor would instantly be another piece in a line protecting Matthew Stafford and allowing Kerryon Johnson to run free.

9. BUF: Devin White, LB, LSU: While the Bills have a solid starting trio of linebackers in Lorenzo Alexander, Tremaine Edmunds, and Matt Milano, a player of White’s caliber is too good to pass up.

9. BUF: Montez Sweat, ED, Mississippi State: The Bills are especially fond of top-tier players on their defensive line, with former first-round picks Jerry Hughes and Shaq Lawson on their edge depth chart (and Star Lotulelei on the interior). Sweat would provide another high-caliber defender to this group.

10. DEN: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri: Joe Flacco is only a fill-in for the Broncos, who busted on their last first-round QB (Paxton Lynch). They’ll hope Lock won’t suffer the same fate.

10. DEN: Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson: The Broncos also like adding high-caliber edge rushers. While Brian Burns and Rashan Gary are still available, they instead here select a high-motor (you can tell I like hyphenated adjectives) defensive lineman who can provide interior penetration alongside Von Miller, Bradley Chubb, and whoever else finds himself wearing a Tropicana Orange jersey.

11. CIN: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State: With Haskins sliding out of the top ten, the Bengals say “thank you very much” and grab their successor to Andy Dalton.

11. CIN: Devin Bush, LB, Michigan: Bush would be an immediate starter in one of Cincinnati’s weaker position groups.

12. GB: Jawaan Taylor, T, Florida: The Packers do have two very good tackles in David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga, but both are entering the final year of their contracts. Taylor could step in immediately should one depart after 2019.

12. GB: Devin Bush, LB, Michigan: Green Bay has often added linebackers with third- or fourth-round picks (Blake Martinez, Kyler Fackrell, current Jaguar Jake Ryan, Oren Burks), but a talent like Bush’s could help solidify that positional group.

13. MIA: Andre Dillard, T, Washington State: I’m tempted to grab a quarterback here, as Miami lacks a player to take the reins from Ryan Fitzpatrick after he fills in for the departed Ryan Tannehill. Instead, with Ja’Wuan James now a Bronco, the new Dolphins front office selects a player who can protect their selected quarterback.

13. MIA: Rashan Gary, ED, Michigan: The edge guys stop sliding.

14. ATL: Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson: The Falcons, looking to add some pressure inside first-round edge defenders Vic Beasley and Takkarist McKinley, add a first-round interior defender.

14. ATL: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU: Atlanta adds a strong building block to their secondary, making Williams the first defensive back off the board.

15. WAS: T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa: The Potatoes have Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis at tight end, but both are primarily receiving threats; Reed has also battled injuries throughout his career, and Davis, entering the final year of his contract, is 35. Hockenson being available at the fifteenth pick would be surprising, but drafting him is a move Washington should make if this occurs.

15. WAS: D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss: With Josh Doctson not panning out in D.C. and no clear No. 1 wideout on their depth chart, Washington snaps up the top receiver on the board to fill that role immediately.

16. CAR: Brian Burns, ED, Florida State: Burns may have flown up the bold mock, but the way the italicized board is falling, he ends up in the Panthers’ lap halfway through the round.

16. CAR: D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss: For the second consecutive year, the Panthers use their Day 1 selection to grab the speedy wideout.

17. NYG: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri: They’ve missed out on Murray and Haskins; Lock is their consolation prize. Depending on your own scouting, this may be exceedingly negative or exceedingly John Elway.

17. NYG: Andre Dillard, T, Washington State: Having added their quarterback with the sixth selection, the Giants pick up one of the top options for protecting said quarterback.

18. MIN: Garrett Bradbury, C, NC State: With weaknesses on their interior offensive line, among them center Pat Elflein, the Vikings select Bradbury, a versatile offensive lineman whose strongest position is center.

18. MIN: Jerry Tillery, DL, Notre Dame: Most mocks have the Vikings taking an offensive lineman, but as I cannot duplicate positions, we’ll move to the other side of the line. Tillery has risen up boards in recent weeks, and finds himself in the top 20 here.

19. TEN: Rashan Gary, ED, Michigan: The Titans have looked to improve their pass rush recently, drafting Harold Landry in 2018’s second round and signing Cameron Wake as a free agent this year. With this pick, they end Gary’s slide down the board.

19. TEN: Noah Fant, TE, Iowa: A combine darling, Fant’s athleticism and receiving ability would be a strong asset in the Titans’ receiving room.

20. PIT: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU: The top cornerback in the class is still available at 20, so the Steelers, needing young secondary help, grab him… greedily.

20. PIT: Noah Fant, TE, Iowa: Vance McDonald has played well in Pittsburgh, and pairing Fant with him would create a formidable tight end duo.

21. SEA: Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College: The Seahawks have been spotted regularly near the bottom of Pro Football Focus’ offensive line rankings. Lindstrom has the versatility to start wherever needed and the talent to succeed there.

21. SEA: Clelin Ferrell, ED, Clemson: Seattle has added several edge defenders to their roster, but they come with question marks. Ferrell’s talent makes him an exclamation point.

22. BAL: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma: How poetic would this be? The speedy Brown goes to the Ravens, rival of the Steelers, who have beefed with and jettisoned his cousin Antonio.

22. BAL: Jeffery Simmons, DL, Mississippi State: Baltimore takes a chance on a dominant but injured college athlete with question marks. I wouldn’t be surprised if Simmons falls out of the first round, but I could see the Ravens as one of the few teams that could grab him on Day 1.

23. HOU: Jonah Williams, T, Alabama: The Texans’ weakest link on their offensive line has been left tackle Julie’n Davenport. Risner could step in as an immediate replacement.

23. HOU: Jerry Tillery, DL, Notre Dame: Since I can’t go offensive line (thanks, other mock), let’s go defense. Tillery could add to the Texans’ strong front line, bringing interior pressure while J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney (once he signs the franchise tag) attack from the edge.

24. OAK: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama: Oakland added plenty to their receiving group this year, bringing Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams into the fold. Jacobs, the best running back on the board, could complement them excellently.

24. OAK: Garrett Bradbury, C, NC State: Oakland drafted Kolton Miller in the first last year, then signed Trent Brown to a massive contract this offseason. After offloading so many pricey (now ex-)Raiders, the next on the list to go could be Rodney Hudson, in the final year of his contract, and Bradbury could step in flawlessly. (Given the realm of chaos that is Oakland, he could also step in a lot of other things.)

25. PHI: Clelin Ferrell, ED, Clemson: The Eagles are one of several teams who pride themselves on a dominant group of edge rushers, even drafting Josh Sweat last year to develop behind Brandon Graham, Derek Barnett, and Chris Long. Ferrell would crank their talent level up several notches.

25. PHI: Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State: Can’t draft pressure from the edge because the previous mock won’t let you? Draft pressure from the interior!

26. IND: Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State: Chris Ballard continues building the Colts into a stronger and stronger team, adding a talented, versatile playmaker to the Indianapolis secondary.

26. IND: Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State: With T.Y. Hilton and Devin Funchess atop the Colts’ wide receiver depth chart, Indianapolis brings in another physical route runner, creating mismatches for Hilton – and Andrew Luck – to exploit.

27. OAK: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama: Oakland added plenty to their rec– I said this already.

27. OAK: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington: Taking a break from the offense, Mayock strengthens the secondary with the former Huskies corner.

28. LAC: Jonah Williams, T, Alabama: Russell Okung is solidly entrenched on the left side of the Chargers’ line, but their right side is weaker. Williams, who made a surprising tumble down this board, could fit there from arrival.

28. LAC: Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson: Brandon Mebane is the Chargers’ strongest interior lineman right now, and Lawrence could see an immediate role plugging holes in the run game.

29. KC: Cody Ford, T, Oklahoma: With Cam Erving continuing to underperform after a change of scenery, the Chiefs could bring in an immediate upgrade by selecting Ford, a college tackle who some project to move inside.

29. KC: Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson: Although the Chiefs could also use addition help on the edge, interior lineman Lawrence is the top DL on the board right now, and will upgrade the nose immediately.

30. GB: Cody Ford, T, Oklahoma: With David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga on expiring contracts, Ford could fill in on the interior immediately or develop behind one of the tackles.

30. GB: Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State: While their starting secondary is strong, Green Bay could use depth behind Adrian Amos and Josh Jones. Abram would not just provide depth but would compete right away for a starting job.

31. LAR: Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware: The Rams signed Eric Weddle for two years, but lack free safety depth behind him. Adderley is a four-down player who would develop behind Weddle, but would at minimum still see the field on special teams, then inherit the safety job in due course.

31. LAR: Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College: While the Rams reached the Super Bowl last season, they could use additional talent on the offensive line. Lindstrom’s versatility would enable him to step in immediately wherever the Rams brass sees a need.

32. NE: Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware: The selection of Adderley may remind some of the selection of Devin McCourty, as both were considered four-down players. The difference is that those who are fond of Adderley as a prospect see him as being able to perhaps contribute immediately, whereas McCourty’s prompt impact was unexpected. If the Patriots take Adderley, he’ll develop behind McCourty, but perhaps he too can make his on-field presence known right away.

32. NE: Andy Isabella, WR, UMass: Surprise. (Perhaps not – I considered Isabella at as early as #26.) The Patriots have never under Bill Belichick selected a wideout in the first round, but Isabella fits their criteria: agile, strong route runner,  and incredibly athletic.

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Well, there you have it.

Keep one thing in mind: most mockniks predict as if their projections are certainties, as they make their selections based on what they know. I am well aware that I don’t know how this draft is going to go.

So have fun.

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I am seeing the Patriots schedule on Patriots.com saying the home Bills game is TBD between 12/21 or 12/22 and the Patriots schedule on NFL.com saying it’s Sunday 12/22/19 at 1PM.

Which is it?

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that time of year, they usually flex games so national coverage can show a game that has playoff implications

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I understand that but the have never not picked one date and then flexed it if they have too.

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WAKE UP!!!!!

The B’s and C’s won.

The Red Sox………meh. Quickly becoming the lost season.

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The beauty of baseball is that it is 162 games and a lot can happen in them.

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The game-clinching possession for the C’s was pulled from Danny’s 2017 offseason dreams. Irving/Brown/Hayward/Tatum/Horford on the floor. Kyrie-ball had kept them in the game and gotten them the lead, and Kyrie is bringing up the ball. In this critical moment, he defers to Tatum who eventually finds a wide-open Hayward for an easy layup as Horford attracts Hayward’s defender.

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I loved that Brown hard push up the court, with the wherewithal not to challenge at the rim, and to kick it to Tatum. Scrambled the defenders.

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I still get a chuckle when crowds keep booing PK Subban.

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Chara gets the same treatment

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… and home ice advantage won back. Nice.

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(unpuckering)

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There you are!!!

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Howdy, MAC! I took a break.

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Well,,,,I. Hope you’ll be back awhile. Playoff Hockey Sport in full swing.

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And orangey bouncy ball playoff season. And the NFL draft. And Robert Kraft’s video release party.

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LOL

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One of these things is not like the other…

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What do you mean? they all involve cameras of some sort.

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35 second left and Carlo stuffs it in the corner for 20 seconds, that was beautiful.

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Empty Netter!

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wheww

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Can’t agree more. Can’t like enough.

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DINGOOOOOOOAAAAALLL!!!! Empty net. series now 2-2.

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Holy heart attack

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6-4 and game ova

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I love playoff hockey!

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Bruins need a goal bad..

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Please don’t blow this Bruins

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Crap. Now 5-4. Bruins falling apart.

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4-5

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Ack!

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TOR all over Rask. The game is on his shoulders now. Big momentum swing.

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Stupid penalty leads to a quick PP goal for TOR. 5-3

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I have never seen that before, Pacers inbound pass thrown across court into the front row.

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That was weird. I think the screener messed up and the inbounder threw the ball without checking first.

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Yeah, broke late in the wrong direction.

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Brown and Tatum playing smart to close it, very nice.

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Bah, missed the goal!

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DingooooooooooooooAAaaaaallll!!!! 5-2

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Which reminds me, has anyone seen Dingo lately?

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Celts 11- 0 run

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Make that 14

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Kyrie going god mode
And note Morris’s benchward location

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4-2 Bruins after 2.

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Celtics need to stop challenging Turner in the paint.

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they’ll win if they just glue morris to the bench

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Sox WS champs. Pats SB champs. Bs & Cs in playoffs.

Life is good indeed….

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The dream is still alive!

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That’s how you answer

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DINGOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAALLLL!! 4-2 in a must win game.

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Bruins Celtics and Sox leading. Life is good.

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2-0 boston.. wowza

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Great start – they can’t let up – keep the crowd out of it

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2-1

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Celtics and Bruins will be playing at the same time today

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The Maple Leafs and Pacers will also be playing at the same time today.

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Steve Nash, like me, is a die hard Tottenham fan 🙂

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VAR is saving soccer

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Yes, but it’s gonna give a lot of fans heart attacks since they allow plays to continue even when it’s offsides. 🙂

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Congrats, Smack. Good luck against Ajax! You may get your wish about getting a chance to knock us out in the finals! 🙂

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or maybe the final will be:

Barcelona – Ajax 🙂

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I don’t dislike any team that’s left and they all play exciting football so I’m happy.

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There is a great chance we will watch great games.

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Aguero was offside, but Erikssen is an idiot

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Offsides!!!!

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FU Eriksen

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No goal!!!!!

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Let’s go Tottenham. RESIST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Sterling 🙁

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Wow, 4-3 Man City but Spurs ahead on sway goals….bananas!

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I hope Smack doesn’t have a heart attack.

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So the whole Patriots schedule has been leaked someplace??

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I haven’t see one with all the dates just the order of games. The Sunday Night and Monday nights games are noted.

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Wow, 3-2 Man City in the first 20 minutes. This game is wild!

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does city have to lose for liverpool to win the league?

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Yeah. But this is a different competition. Champions League. Best teams in Europe.

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ah I see

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I think City have the tiebreaker advantage with goal differential

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Actually, not lose. Even a draw could cost them but more likely 2 draws or a loss.

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Let’s go Salahs!

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Hanging banner #6 while the Steelers look on…love it

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yeah, pretty awesome indeed

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ItsDoneSon!!!!!

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The NFL announced some time ago that the Chiefs would be playing the Chargers in Mexico during the 2019 season and they announced the date and time of the game on Wednesday. It will be on Monday, November 18 with an 8:15 p.m. ET start on ESPN.

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Sterling.

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Son!!