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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 @ 10:20 AM
:nfltexans::nflchiefs: Houston at Kansas City LIVE

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 @ 3:00 AM
:nflbrowns::nflravens: Cleveland at Baltimore
:nflchicago::nfllions: Chicago at Detroit
:nflpackers::nflvikings: Green Bay at Minnesota LIVE
:nflcolts::nfljaguars: Indianapolis at Jacksonville
:nflraiders::nflpanthers: Las Vegas at Carolina
:nfldolphins::nflpatriots: Miami at New England
:nfljets::nflbills: New York Jets at Buffalo
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Philadelphia at Washington
:nflseahawks::nflfalcons: Seattle at Atlanta

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 @ 6:05 AM
:nfllac::nflbengals: Los Angeles Chargers at Cincinnati

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 @ 6:25 AM
:nflcardinals::nfl49ers: Arizona at San Francisco LIVE
:nflbucs::nflsaints: Tampa Bay at New Orleans LIVE

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 @ 10:20 AM
:nflcowboys::nflrams: Dallas at Los Angeles Rams LIVE

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 @ 9:15 AM
:nflsteelers::nflgiants: Pittsburgh at New York Giants LIVE

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 @ 12:10 PM
:nfltitans::nflbroncos: Tennessee at Denver LIVE

AUSTRALIAN T.V. GAMES
LIVE ON ESPN2/KAYO AT 10.20 AM ON 11/9: Houston at Kansas City
LIVE ON ESPN2/KAYO AT 3.00 AM ON 14/9: Green Bay at Minnesota

LIVE ON 7MATE AT 3.00 AM ON 14/9: Miami at New England
LIVE ON ESPN2/KAYO AT 6.25 AM ON 14/9: Tampa Bay at New Orleans
LIVE ON 7MATE AT 6.25 AM ON 14/9: Arizona at San Francisco
LIVE ON ESPN2/KAYO AT 10.20 AM ON 14/9: Dallas at Los Angeles Rams
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 9.15 AM ON 15/9 : Pittsburgh at New York Giants
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 12.10 PM ON 15/9 : Tennessee at Denver


EVERY GAME LIVE THROUGH THE TAB app

NB: VIC, NSW, QLD, TAS times
less 30 mins SA, NT
less 2 hours WA
 
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Brashers Weekly Musings: Week 1 – Who Says Money Doesn’t Talk Edition?

Houston at Kansas City Things that have quietly been outsourced to India. Call centres, 7-11 staff, pretty much any sort of light transport and now GamePass subscriptions. The outdated NBN came just in time for WFH and home schooling but the real test will be buffer rates on Friday morning.

Cleveland at Baltimore Will the hype of the 2019 Browns off-season finally payoff? Some sideline stability might help. In the first 20 years of the Browns MkI franchise they had two head coaches, Paul Brown and Branton Collier. New Head Coach Kevin Stefanski marks the 12th Head Coach in the position for the Browns MkII over their first 20 years. Last coach for the Browns before that? Some guy called Belichick.

Chicago at Detroit Doesn’t matter which way I look at this division I just can’t pick which team will emerge as champion. The Vikings will most likely out-steady their rivals but there is argument for and against that these two clubs could be in the mix. If the Lions could be like a real football team for a bit and Trubisky gets yanked before the season is totally lost, anything could happen.

Green Bay at Minnesota 8 minutes and 33 seconds left in the second quarter. This will be the time on the game clock when Aaron Rodgers unveils his infamous ‘not amused’ look. Vegas odds for who gets the death stare first are 3/1 WR running the wrong route, 5/2 poor blind side blocking and 5/1 on the luxury box seating Brian Gutekunst.

Indianapolis at Jacksonville The Phillip Rivers Indianapolis Colts Experience officially kicks off today. He has always been a pretty smart cookie that Phillip, after years of enduring some of the worst assembled offensive lines that ever took the field and still managing to start every week he gets to spend his retirement years behind arguably the best offensive line in all of football.

Las Vegas at Carolina Josh Jacobs fantasy football owners can all breath a sigh of relief now that the Raiders have on traded their 3rd round rookie RB Lynn Bowden Jr without playing a snap in anger. I guess Bowden has the distinction of being one of the few professional footballer guys on earth that head coach Gruden doesn’t love.

Miami at New England Its not a good idea in a year with no preseason games, compromised training camps and a highly rated injury clouded rookie QB to role out a brand new built from the ground up offensive line. Enter Ryan Fitzpatrick, the man who made Covid style home grooming a fashion statement before anyone even knew what a pandemic was.

New York Jets at Buffalo Now is your time Buffalo. The Pats are without Brady for good, the Dolphins are rebuilding around a rookie QB and the Jets have Adam Gase. Sure you have to play the brutal NFC West this year so a first round playoff bye will be tough to accomplish but anything less than a divisional championship will be a failure.

Philadelphia at Washington Word is that current Washington owner Dan Snyder is coming under increased pressure to relinquish his controlling stake in the Football Team. Problem is Dan’s reign has provided so much entertainment for us for so long any change at the top will have big shoes to fill. I’d like to see Donald Trump buy them, the Washington Trumps just sounds right with the added bonus that we can continue to enjoy Trump’s social media forays without the fear of him inadvertently triggering nuclear Armageddon.

Seattle at Atlanta I have no logical reason for this but am picking a big turnaround season for the Falcons. Well week one anyway. Please, pretty please be a stud for old times sake Matt Ryan.

Los Angeles Chargers at Cincinnati I fear that Joe Burrows is going to soon learn that all tigers are not born the same. At LSU he played behind an offensive line that allowed him to pretty much do as he liked but now he has to line up behind one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL. I still think he will be more Luck than Carr when its all said and done but its going to hurt early.

Arizona at San Francisco I’m not sure which poison would have been worse. The Cards selecting Nick Bosa and tormenting 49er QBs for the next decade or watching Nick Bosa flail around trying to sack Kyla Murray for the next decade. Can’t the NFC West draft a few more statue pocket passers? Thank goodness for Jarrod Goff.

Tampa Bay at New Orleans This is it Saints fans. Most likely Drew Brees last year, salary cap hell beckoning and now the second greatest QB of all time in your division if you can’t make a SB this year your likely done for a while. Mediocrity beckons.

Dallas at Los Angeles Rams Mike McCarthy is building himself some sort of resume. People who have yelled at him on the sideline during games include current HoFers Terrell Owens, Brett Favre, Jerry Rice and Aaron Rodgers. Jerry Jones is up next.

Pittsburgh at New York Giants The Giants are another team that will only go as far as their developing QB allows. What plays in NY’s favour is that they play in the NFC East and who knows what Washington and the Eagles are going to bring to the table this year.

Tennessee at Denver The Broncos have quietly gone about putting together a pretty good set of offensive weapons in the past couple of seasons. However, according to PFF the man at the control of all these offensive pieces, Drew Lock is the worst rated starting QB in the league. I think that is so unfair. Mitch Trubisky is scheduled to start in Chicago.
 
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ESPN's Mike Reiss considers it "hard to imagine" that the Patriots will "turn back" from Cam Newton at this stage of their quarterback competition.
Reiss believes that Newton has fully bought into coach Bill Belichick's "hard-driving ways," and observes that Jarrett Stidham is "fading out of the quarterback picture." This, of course, was the most likely outcome all along. Newton remains a health question mark, but he still offers both the highest floor and ceiling for the Patriots' offense, by far. Newton remains a fantasy bargain at his current ADP in the QB14-16 range.
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Zero NFL players have tested positive for COVID-19 on 23,260 tests
Across an eight-day period from August 12 to 20, zero players tested positive for COVID-19 on 23,260 administered tests.
Incredible. The NFL has done a phenomenal job with its safety measures to this point, and credit goes to the players and staffs as well. The real challenge will be when teams start to travel. But as of now, things are extremely positive (no pun intended) for the league. Week 1 is just 17 days away.
SOURCE: Tom Pelissero on Twitter
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Browns second-round S Grant Delpit was carted from Monday's practice with an Achilles' tendon injury.
A tear has yet to be confirmed, but that will likely happen Monday evening. The Browns media had observed the No. 44 overall pick having a strong camp, so it would be a dispiriting blow. We will know Delpit's status soon enough.
SOURCE: Profootballtalk on NBCSports.com
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First crack at bitching about the TV schedule for 2020

Why the fu** arent Arizona vs SF & NO vs TB on in primetime?

Who gives a rats toss bag about Pit vs NYG and Dallas vs LA 👎

There is not a single game I'd rather see less in week one than Pit vs NYG 😂
 

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First crack at bitching about the TV schedule for 2020

Why the fu** arent Arizona vs SF & NO vs TB on in primetime?

Who gives a rats toss bag about Pit vs NYG and Dallas vs LA 👎

There is not a single game I'd rather see less in week one than Pit vs NYG 😂
How the hell do you think Jerry pays for his boat...cause NFC East....one contender, according to BeinPurplenGreen , one of the worst rosters in football and two rebuilding teams.
 

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Houston (-10|18) @ Kansas City (24|8)
HOU: 23.6-19.3 = 21.4 + (8/5) = 23.0 - (1.5/10) = 22.9 - 2.5 = 20.4
KC: 28.2-24.1 = 26.1 + (32/5) = 32.5 + (1.5/10) = 32.6 - 0.5 = 32.1
Kansas City -11.7 (52.5)

Chicago (10|-12) @ Detroit (-7|-14)
CHI: 17.5-26.4 = 23.9 + (-2/5) = 23.5 - (3.5/10) = 23.2 - 2.5 = 20.7
DET: 21.3-18.6 = 19.9 + (-21/5) = 15.7 + (3.5/10) = 16.0 - 0.5 = 15.5
Chicago -5.2 (36.2)

Cleveland (-17|12) @ Baltimore (16|29)
CLE: 20.9-17.6 = 19.2 + (-5/5) = 18.2 + (1/10) = 18.3 - 2.5 = 15.8
BAL: 33.2-24.6 = 28.9 + (45/5) = 37.9 - (1/10) = 37.8 - 0.5 = 37.3
Baltimore -21.5 (53.1)

Green Bay (-4|4) @ Minnesota (-1|7)
GB: 23.5-18.9 = 21.2 + (0/5) = 21.2 - (2.5/10) = 21.0 - 2.5 = 18.5
MIN: 25.4-19.6 = 22.5 + (6/5) = 23.7 + (2.5/10) = 23.9 - 0.5 = 23.4
Minnesota -4.9 (41.9)

Indianapolis (-2|24) @ Jacksonville (-3|-9)
IND: 22.6-24.8 = 23.7 + (22/5) = 28.1 - (0.5/10) = 28.1 - 2.5 = 25.6
JAX: 18.8-23.3 = 21.0 + (-12/5) = 18.6 + (0.5/10) = 18.6 - 0.5 = 18.1
Indianapolis -7.5 (43.7)

Las Vegas (4|11) @ Carolina (-1|12)
LV: 19.6-29.4 = 24.5 + (15/5) = 27.5 + (1/10) = 27.6 - 2.5 = 25.1
CAR: 21.3-26.1 = 23.7 + (11/5) = 25.9 - (1/10) = 25.8 - 0.5 = 25.3
Carolina -0.2 (50.4)

Miami (-24|-26) @ New England (18|12)
MIA: 19.1-14.1 = 16.6 + (-50/5) = 6.6 - (5.5/10) = 6.1 - 2.5 = 3.6
NE: 26.3-30.9 = 28.6 + (30/5) = 34.6 + (5.5/10) = 35.1 - 0.5 = 34.4
New England -30.8 (38.0)

New York Jets (-27|-13) @ Buffalo (-3|-15)
NYJ: 17.3-16.2 = 16.7 + (-40/5) = 8.7 + (6.5/10) = 9.2 - 2.5 = 6.7
BUF: 19.6-22.4 = 21.0 + (-18/5) = 17.4 - (6.5/10) = 16.8 - 0.5 = 16.3
Buffalo -9.6 (23.0)

Philadelphia (7|11) @ Washington (-13|-21)
PHI: 24.1-27.2 = 25.6 + (18/5) = 29.2 - (4.5/10) = 28.8 - 2.5 = 26.3
WAS: 16.6-22.1 = 19.3 + (-34/5) = 12.5 + (4.5/10) = 12.9 - 0.5 = 12.4
Philadelphia -13.9 (38.7)

Seattle (21|8) @ Atlanta (3|4)
SEA: 25.3-24.9 = 25.1 + (29/5) = 30.9 + (2/10) = 31.1 - 2.5 = 28.6
ATL: 23.8-24.9 = 24.3 + (7/5) = 25.5 - (2/10) = 25.3 - 0.5 = 24.8
Seattle -3.8 (53.4)

Los Angeles Chargers (19|4) @ Cincinnati (-8|2)
LAC: 21.1-26.3 = 23.7 + (23/5) = 28.3 - (15.5/10) = 26.8 - 2.5 = 24.3
CIN: 17.4-21.6 = 19.5 + (-6/5) = 18.3 + (15.5/10) = 19.8 - 0.5 = 19.3
Los Angeles -5.0 (43.6)

Arizona (-18|9) @ San Francisco (19|0)
AZ: 22.6-19.4 = 21.0 + (-9/5) = 19.2 - (7.5/10) = 18.5 - 2.5 = 16.0
SF: 29.9-27.6 = 28.7 + (19/5) = 32.5 + (7.5/10) = 33.2 - 0.5 = 32.7
San Francisco -16.7 (48.7)

Tampa Bay (-5|-21) @ New Orleans (9|-9)
TB: 28.6-21.3 = 24.9 + (-26/5) = 19.7 - (11.5/10) = 18.6 - 2.5 = 16.1
NO: 28.6-28.1 = 28.3 + (0/5) = 28.3 + (11.5/10) = 29.4 - 0.5 = 28.9
New Orleans -12.8 (45.0)

Dallas (5|7) @ Los Angeles Rams (10|-5)
DAL: 27.1-22.8 = 24.9 + (12/5) = 27.3 - (2.5/10) = 27.1 - 2.5 = 24.6
LAR: 24.6-20.1 = 22.3 + (5/5) = 23.3 + (2.5/10) = 23.5 - 0.5 = 23.0
Dallas -1.6 (47.6)

Pittsburgh (1|-23) @ New York Giants (-23|-15)
PIT: 18.1-28.2 = 23.1 + (-22/5) = 18.7 + (2.5/10) = 18.9 - 2.5 = 16.4
NYG: 21.3-18.9 = 20.1 + (-38/5) = 12.5 - (2.5/10) = 12.3 - 0.5 = 11.8
Pittsburgh -4.6 (28.2)

Tennessee (8|11) @ Denver (-6|-10)
TEN: 25.1-19.8 = 22.4 + (19/5) = 26.2 - (4.5/10) = 25.8 - 2.5 = 23.3
DEN: 17.6-20.7 = 19.1 + (-16/5) = 15.9 + (4.5/10) = 16.3 - 0.5 = 15.8
Tennessee -7.5 (39.1)
 

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HOU: 23.6-19.3 = 21.4 + (8/5) = 23.0 - (1.5/10) = 22.9 - 2.5 = 20.4
KC: 28.2-24.1 = 26.1 + (32/5) = 32.5 + (1.5/10) = 32.6 - 0.5 = 32.1
Kansas City -11.7 (52.5)

Chicago (10|-12) @ Detroit (-7|-14)
CHI: 17.5-26.4 = 23.9 + (-2/5) = 23.5 - (3.5/10) = 23.2 - 2.5 = 20.7
DET: 21.3-18.6 = 19.9 + (-21/5) = 15.7 + (3.5/10) = 16.0 - 0.5 = 15.5
Chicago -5.2 (36.2)

Cleveland (-17|12) @ Baltimore (16|29)
CLE: 20.9-17.6 = 19.2 + (-5/5) = 18.2 + (1/10) = 18.3 - 2.5 = 15.8
BAL: 33.2-24.6 = 28.9 + (45/5) = 37.9 - (1/10) = 37.8 - 0.5 = 37.3
Baltimore -21.5 (53.1)

Green Bay (-4|4) @ Minnesota (-1|7)
GB: 23.5-18.9 = 21.2 + (0/5) = 21.2 - (2.5/10) = 21.0 - 2.5 = 18.5
MIN: 25.4-19.6 = 22.5 + (6/5) = 23.7 + (2.5/10) = 23.9 - 0.5 = 23.4
Minnesota -4.9 (41.9)

Indianapolis (-2|24) @ Jacksonville (-3|-9)
IND: 22.6-24.8 = 23.7 + (22/5) = 28.1 - (0.5/10) = 28.1 - 2.5 = 25.6
JAX: 18.8-23.3 = 21.0 + (-12/5) = 18.6 + (0.5/10) = 18.6 - 0.5 = 18.1
Indianapolis -7.5 (43.7)

Las Vegas (4|11) @ Carolina (-1|12)
LV: 19.6-29.4 = 24.5 + (15/5) = 27.5 + (1/10) = 27.6 - 2.5 = 25.1
CAR: 21.3-26.1 = 23.7 + (11/5) = 25.9 - (1/10) = 25.8 - 0.5 = 25.3
Carolina -0.2 (50.4)

Miami (-24|-26) @ New England (18|12)
MIA: 19.1-14.1 = 16.6 + (-50/5) = 6.6 - (5.5/10) = 6.1 - 2.5 = 3.6
NE: 26.3-30.9 = 28.6 + (30/5) = 34.6 + (5.5/10) = 35.1 - 0.5 = 34.4
New England -30.8 (38.0)

New York Jets (-27|-13) @ Buffalo (-3|-15)
NYJ: 17.3-16.2 = 16.7 + (-40/5) = 8.7 + (6.5/10) = 9.2 - 2.5 = 6.7
BUF: 19.6-22.4 = 21.0 + (-18/5) = 17.4 - (6.5/10) = 16.8 - 0.5 = 16.3
Buffalo -9.6 (23.0)

Philadelphia (7|11) @ Washington (-13|-21)
PHI: 24.1-27.2 = 25.6 + (18/5) = 29.2 - (4.5/10) = 28.8 - 2.5 = 26.3
WAS: 16.6-22.1 = 19.3 + (-34/5) = 12.5 + (4.5/10) = 12.9 - 0.5 = 12.4
Philadelphia -13.9 (38.7)

Seattle (21|8) @ Atlanta (3|4)
SEA: 25.3-24.9 = 25.1 + (29/5) = 30.9 + (2/10) = 31.1 - 2.5 = 28.6
ATL: 23.8-24.9 = 24.3 + (7/5) = 25.5 - (2/10) = 25.3 - 0.5 = 24.8
Seattle -3.8 (53.4)

Los Angeles Chargers (19|4) @ Cincinnati (-8|2)
LAC: 21.1-26.3 = 23.7 + (23/5) = 28.3 - (15.5/10) = 26.8 - 2.5 = 24.3
CIN: 17.4-21.6 = 19.5 + (-6/5) = 18.3 + (15.5/10) = 19.8 - 0.5 = 19.3
Los Angeles -5.0 (43.6)

Arizona (-18|9) @ San Francisco (19|0)
AZ: 22.6-19.4 = 21.0 + (-9/5) = 19.2 - (7.5/10) = 18.5 - 2.5 = 16.0
SF: 29.9-27.6 = 28.7 + (19/5) = 32.5 + (7.5/10) = 33.2 - 0.5 = 32.7
San Francisco -16.7 (48.7)

Tampa Bay (-5|-21) @ New Orleans (9|-9)
TB: 28.6-21.3 = 24.9 + (-26/5) = 19.7 - (11.5/10) = 18.6 - 2.5 = 16.1
NO: 28.6-28.1 = 28.3 + (0/5) = 28.3 + (11.5/10) = 29.4 - 0.5 = 28.9
New Orleans -12.8 (45.0)

Dallas (5|7) @ Los Angeles Rams (10|-5)
DAL: 27.1-22.8 = 24.9 + (12/5) = 27.3 - (2.5/10) = 27.1 - 2.5 = 24.6
LAR: 24.6-20.1 = 22.3 + (5/5) = 23.3 + (2.5/10) = 23.5 - 0.5 = 23.0
Dallas -1.6 (47.6)

Pittsburgh (1|-23) @ New York Giants (-23|-15)
PIT: 18.1-28.2 = 23.1 + (-22/5) = 18.7 + (2.5/10) = 18.9 - 2.5 = 16.4
NYG: 21.3-18.9 = 20.1 + (-38/5) = 12.5 - (2.5/10) = 12.3 - 0.5 = 11.8
Pittsburgh -4.6 (28.2)

Tennessee (8|11) @ Denver (-6|-10)
TEN: 25.1-19.8 = 22.4 + (19/5) = 26.2 - (4.5/10) = 25.8 - 2.5 = 23.3
DEN: 17.6-20.7 = 19.1 + (-16/5) = 15.9 + (4.5/10) = 16.3 - 0.5 = 15.8
Tennessee -7.5 (39.1)
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Zero NFL players have tested positive for COVID-19 on 23,260 tests
Thats expected. most of them are in camps. when they start traveling for games and everyone is home again, and players get sick of the tight restrictions with no players testing positive.

but the NFL will try and cover them up if they can. they need to get the season done so they can do the next broadcast rights deals done
 

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Texans-14-7-3-0-24
Chiefs--0-3-10-7-20

Eagles---------14-14-0-3-31
Football Team-0---3-0-10-13

Dolphins-0-0-3-0-3
Patriots--3-0-7-7-17

Packers-3-7-6-10-26
Vikings-7-7-3-7---24

Colts----17-0-10-0-27
Jaguars-0--7--3--10-20

Bears-0--0-0--0-0
Lions-14-7-0-14-35

Raiders--3-7-3-3-16
Panthers-3-0-7-7-17

Jets-7-14-3-0--24
Bills-7-7-14-14-42

Browns-7-14-14-0--35
Ravens-14-14-7-14-49

Seahawks-0-0-7-13-20
Falcons----7-7-2--7--22

Chargers-2
Bengals--0 (Game forfeitted and handed to Los Angeles due to covid outbreak in the Bengals team)

Cardinals-7-14-7-3-31
49ers-----6-0--7--7-20

Buccaneers-0--7-7-6- 20
Saints-------10-3-3-3-19

Cowboys-17-14-10-7-48
Rams-----0--0--3---0-3

Steelers-7-3--0-7-17
Giants---3-10-3-8-24

Titans---3-0-7-0-9-19
Broncos-0-0-3-7-3-13
 

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Eagles---------14-14-0-3-31
Football Team-0---3-0-10-13

Dolphins-0-0-3-0-3
Patriots--3-0-7-7-17

Packers-3-7-6-10-26
Vikings-7-7-3-7---24

Colts----17-0-10-0-27
Jaguars-0--7--3--10-20

Bears-0--0-0--0-0
Lions-14-7-0-14-35

Raiders--3-7-3-3-16
Panthers-3-0-7-7-17

Jets-7-14-3-0--24
Bills-7-7-14-14-42

Browns-7-14-14-0--35
Ravens-14-14-7-14-49

Seahawks-0-0-7-13-20
Falcons----7-7-2--7--22

Chargers-2
Bengals--0 (Game forfeitted and handed to Los Angeles due to covid outbreak in the Bengals team)

Cardinals-7-14-7-3-31
49ers-----6-0--7--7-20

Buccaneers-0--7-7-6- 20
Saints-------10-3-3-3-19

Cowboys-17-14-10-7-48
Rams-----0--0--3---0-3

Steelers-7-3--0-7-17
Giants---3-10-3-8-24

Titans---3-0-7-0-9-19
Broncos-0-0-3-7-3-13
Its really nice being able to do this without having to treat one team differently. Took too long though
 

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