NFL 2021 NFL - Week 13

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 @ 12:20 PM
:nflcowboys::nflsaints: Dallas(7-4) at New Orleans(5-6) LIVE

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 @ 5:00 AM
:nflcardinals::nflchicago: Arizona(9-2) at Chicago(4-7)
:nflcolts::nfltexans: Indianapolis(6-6) at Houston(2-9) LIVE
:nfllac::nflbengals: Los Angeles Chargers(6-5) at Cincinnati(7-4) LIVE
:nflvikings::nfllions: Minnesota(5-6) at Detroit(0-10-1)
:nflgiants::nfldolphins: New York Giants(4-7) at Miami(5-7)
:nfleagles::nfljets: Philadelphia(5-7) at New York Jets(3-8)
:nflbucs::nflfalcons: Tampa Bay(8-3) at Atlanta(5-6) LIVE

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 @ 8:05 AM
:nfljaguars::nflrams: Jacksonville(2-9) at Los Angeles Rams(7-4)
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:nflraiders: Washington(5-6) at Las Vegas(6-5)

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 @ 8:25 AM
:nflravens::nflsteelers: Baltimore(8-3) at Pittsburgh(5-5-1) LIVE
:nfl49ers::nflseahawks: San Francisco(6-5) at Seattle(3-8) LIVE

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 @ 12:20 PM
:nflbroncos::nflchiefs: Denver(6-5) at Kansas City(7-4) LIVE

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7 @ 12:15 PM
:nflpatriots::nflbills: New England(8-4) at Buffalo(7-4) LIVE

OPEN DATE
:nflpanthers::nflbrowns::nflpackers::nfltitans: Carolina(5-7), Cleveland(6-6), Green Bay(9-3), Tennessee(8-4)

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LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 5.00 AM ON 6/12: Los Angeles Chargers at Cincinnati
LIVE ON ESPN2/KAYO AT 5.00 AM ON 6/12: Indianapolis at Houston

LIVE ON 7MATE AT 5.00 AM ON 6/12: Tampa Bay at Atlanta
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 8.25 AM ON 6/12: Baltimore at Pittsburgh
LIVE ON 7MATE AT 8.25 AM ON 6/12: San Francisco at Seattle
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 12.20 PM ON 6/12: Denver at Kansas City
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 12.15 PM ON 7/12 : New England at Buffalo


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less 30 mins SA
less 1 hour QLD
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 @ 12:20 PM
Dallas(7-4) at New Orleans(5-6)
NFLN/FOX/Prime: Troy Aikmen, Joe Buck, Erin Andrews & Kristina Pink

Prime: Andrea Kremer & Hannah Storm
Prime Scout Feed: Joy Taylor, Bucky Brooks & Daniel Jeremiah


MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 @ 5:00 AM
Arizona(9-2) at Chicago(4-7)
FOX: Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth, Shannon Spake

Indianapolis(6-6) at Houston(2-9)
CBS: Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta, AJ Ross

Los Angeles Chargers(6-5) at Cincinnati(7-4)

CBS: Ian Eagle, Charles Davis, Evan Washburn

Minnesota(5-6) at Detroit(0-10-1)
CBS: Spero Dedes, Jay Feely

New York Giants(4-7) at Miami(5-7)
FOX: Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston, Jen Hale

Philadelphia(5-7) at New York Jets(3-8)
CBS: Andrew Catalon, James Lofton, Amanda Balionis

Tampa Bay(8-3) at Atlanta(5-6)
FOX: Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma, Lindsay Czarniak


MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 @ 8:05 AM
Jacksonville(2-9) at Los Angeles Rams(7-4)
FOX: Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez, Laura Okmin

Washington(5-6) at Las Vegas(6-5)
FOX: Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Pam Oliver

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 @ 8:25 AM
Baltimore(8-3) at Pittsburgh(5-5-1)
CBS: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson


San Francisco(6-5) at Seattle(3-8)
CBS: Kevin Harlan, Trent Green, Melanie Collins

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 @ 12:20 PM
Denver(6-5) at Kansas City(7-4)
NBC: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michelle Tafoya


TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7 @ 12:15 PM
New England(8-4) at Buffalo(7-4)

ESPN: Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick, Lisa Salters
ESPN: Peyton Manning, Eli Manning
 
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good news this week.

we won't have to hear about mayfield throwing the ball instead of running
 

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good news this week.

we won't have to hear about mayfield throwing the ball instead of running
You can't win with a b*tch. Isn't that what someone on the Patriots said about Jimmy G?
Won't be long before parents of frustrated Browns players start doing the same.
 

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2 good games for SNF and MNF. Am hoping the Broncos and Bills can win those match ups
 

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Not sure how many defensive players the Vikings will get back this week (if any). Patrick Peterson has been placed on the COVID list. I'm pretty sure he's vaccinated so there's a chance he could play against the Lions.

According to Zimmer Dalvin Cook is "day to day" which means he'll be out for at least a couple of weeks with a separated shoulder. I'm keen to see if rookie Kene Nwangwu gets some meaningful offensive snaps this week.

It would be very Vikings for them to lose this game.....
 
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wow Jets are going get 2 top 5 picks in the next draft the way things are going.
How will they screw this up.:drunk::cool:
 

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This is why I despair.....



Don't ask how much Cousins has been paid for being a .500 quarterback
 

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Will college cash grabs lure NFL coaches?

Posted by Mike Florio on November 30, 2021, 11:51 AM EST

Maybe Mike Tomlin shouldn’t have said “never say never, but never” regarding the possibility of coaching at Southern Cal or any other college program.

Lincoln Riley has bolted Oklahoma for USC, thanks in large part to a compensation package that reportedly includes 24/7 use of a private jet for his family. Brian Kelly reportedly will make $15 million per year at LSU.

With college players now able to earn money from entities other than the schools for which they play, it becomes even easier to justify cramming more of the cash that doesn’t go to the players into the pockets of the coaches. And it’s already happening.

The question becomes if and when the NCAA arms race will attract NFL coaches. As the money goes up and up and up, it eventually becomes an issue. Either NFL teams will offer more money and greater security, or NFL coaches will opt for the 10-year, fully-guaranteed that makes them the de facto emperors of their university and, depending on the location of the school, the entire town.

There’s no harm in listening. That’s why Cardinal coach Kliff Kingsbury didn’t perform an agitated mic drop when asked about Oklahoma, didn’t rattle off names of other NFL coaches who haven’t been asked about vacant college jobs. It’s not an insult to be linked to a job at a college program; it’s leverage. Kingsbury won’t rule out Norman, Oklahoma because he wants more money from Bidwill, Michael. That’s why Kingsbury’s people leaked the Oklahoma interest to Schefty. And it’s why Kingsbury would be foolish to rule it out.

Or maybe he’s actually interested. Per discussions with multiple sources, whether and to what extent NFL head-coaching contracts allow a departure for a college job depends on the precise language used by a given team. Some deals allow the coach to leave for a college job. Others don’t.

A separate question becomes whether the NFL team would exercise its prerogative to block the move. Although the coach can’t be forced to stay on the job with his NFL team, he can be prevented (by court order, if need be) from coaching anywhere else. Some teams won’t want to force a coach to stay against his will. Some may be happy to be able to make a change without owing the former coach a buyout. Others won’t want to create a scenario in which contracts become not worth the paper they’re written on.

Regardless, the explosion in compensation for college football coaches inevitably will impact pro football. If NFL teams don’t pay more to coaches on the way in, coaches may be looking for a way out. And they may be getting a new range of options unrelated to other NFL teams.
 

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Will college cash grabs lure NFL coaches?

Posted by Mike Florio on November 30, 2021, 11:51 AM EST

Maybe Mike Tomlin shouldn’t have said “never say never, but never” regarding the possibility of coaching at Southern Cal or any other college program.

Lincoln Riley has bolted Oklahoma for USC, thanks in large part to a compensation package that reportedly includes 24/7 use of a private jet for his family. Brian Kelly reportedly will make $15 million per year at LSU.

With college players now able to earn money from entities other than the schools for which they play, it becomes even easier to justify cramming more of the cash that doesn’t go to the players into the pockets of the coaches. And it’s already happening.

The question becomes if and when the NCAA arms race will attract NFL coaches. As the money goes up and up and up, it eventually becomes an issue. Either NFL teams will offer more money and greater security, or NFL coaches will opt for the 10-year, fully-guaranteed that makes them the de facto emperors of their university and, depending on the location of the school, the entire town.

There’s no harm in listening. That’s why Cardinal coach Kliff Kingsbury didn’t perform an agitated mic drop when asked about Oklahoma, didn’t rattle off names of other NFL coaches who haven’t been asked about vacant college jobs. It’s not an insult to be linked to a job at a college program; it’s leverage. Kingsbury won’t rule out Norman, Oklahoma because he wants more money from Bidwill, Michael. That’s why Kingsbury’s people leaked the Oklahoma interest to Schefty. And it’s why Kingsbury would be foolish to rule it out.

Or maybe he’s actually interested. Per discussions with multiple sources, whether and to what extent NFL head-coaching contracts allow a departure for a college job depends on the precise language used by a given team. Some deals allow the coach to leave for a college job. Others don’t.

A separate question becomes whether the NFL team would exercise its prerogative to block the move. Although the coach can’t be forced to stay on the job with his NFL team, he can be prevented (by court order, if need be) from coaching anywhere else. Some teams won’t want to force a coach to stay against his will. Some may be happy to be able to make a change without owing the former coach a buyout. Others won’t want to create a scenario in which contracts become not worth the paper they’re written on.

Regardless, the explosion in compensation for college football coaches inevitably will impact pro football. If NFL teams don’t pay more to coaches on the way in, coaches may be looking for a way out. And they may be getting a new range of options unrelated to other NFL teams.

Private jets for family members eh? At what point do fringe NFL college prospects stop playing for their coaches' family perks?
 

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Wouldn't find many that would want to go back to college. Having to recruit plus coach kids who are way more immature. Think only Meyer would do it.
 

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Private jets for family members eh? At what point do fringe NFL college prospects stop playing for their coaches' family perks?

Its why we need the xfl to succeed, give nfl prospects a different and paid option instead of being a slave to pay for their coaches ridiculous contract.
 

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This year now officially in the toilet, with a bye week ahead…let us take a peak at AC’s youth

Now Sipe was a qb you could count on ;)

 

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Its why we need the xfl to succeed, give nfl prospects a different and paid option instead of being a slave to pay for their coaches ridiculous contract.
With NIL the colleges can now pay better than the XFL.
and not just to the few top players with under the table deals.

Also dont think the XFL is taking 17 year old kids.
 

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With NIL the colleges can now pay better than the XFL.
and not just to the few top players with under the table deals.

Also dont think the XFL is taking 17 year old kids.

Kids are still getting ripped off and paying for the ridiculous coaching contracts. Competition keeps bastards honest.
 

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I agree. but i dont think the XFL or USFL of whatever is any better option. and the kids wont go there unless the NFL announces a partnership with them to create that pathway colleges have. and will need a far better TV deal than what they have had in the past. none of them are going to compete against the NFL or CFB in Sep-Feb which will endup a downfall of them. CFB has a monopoly on pathways and they have more of less the same season as the NFL.
They also need the fans to create that atmosphere the kids want to play for and in. the top recruits follow coaches that have proven they can get players to the NFL
 

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Just listened to a podcast discussing Zach Wilson, and a long time Jets fan who reviews film every week for a YouTube channel reckons Zach is easily last in terms of an ability to hit a slant route out of group between Sanchez, Geno Smith and Darnold. If he cant improve that by the end of the year hes got no hope moving forward.

He said "Zach is better than Christian Hackenberg but he doesn't count, Hackenberg couldn't play catch in a parking lot" :tearsofjoy:
 
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Ravens win, move to 7-3 and drop 3 spots?

Hold tie breaker over Chiefs, Colts & Chargers. Could easily be top seed in AFC by end of the weekend and are 13 in the rankings.

My quote from last week. Ravens won again move to 8-3 and are top seed in the AFC….

Likely to drop in the power rankings again but that D is starting to get its act together & limiting the 2-4 big plays it had been giving up. Even with the grass securing the Browns only touchdown, they could barely get anything going their direction…. Unless Lamar was passing.
 

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My quote from last week. Ravens won again move to 8-3 and are top seed in the AFC….

Likely to drop in the power rankings again but that D is starting to get its act together & limiting the 2-4 big plays it had been giving up. Even with the grass securing the Browns only touchdown, they could barely get anything going their direction…. Unless Lamar was passing.

You told me Lamar would show everyone how good of a passer he is this year now that he actually has weapons. Poor LittleG. Almost as far off as his Grand Final prediction that one. :tearsofjoy:
 

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20 year anniversary since this....



Looking at the game it referred to....Peyton Manning threw 4 interceptions against the 49ers.


best quality video of that rant ive ever seen, awesome.
 

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