2021 NFL Week 7

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  1. white lightning

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    Hunter Renfrow with 4 rec. for 40 yards in the first half for the Raiders. I like the Car to Renfrow. It has a nice ring to it!
     
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  3. Leonardfan

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    Brady destroying the bears
     
  4. BeyondFedUp

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    Anyone else just see the abominable commercial for the King Richard movie? An openly anti-white hatemonger being glorified because he has the adoration of the Jewish mass media and their number one trait and that is to be blatantly and shamelessly anti-white.
     
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    On a positive note, even though I don't want the Cardinals to win JJ Watt still looks very dominant at this stage in his career! One of the few bright spots on the Cardinals I must say!
     
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    yup and the all black Western. Non stop in your face propaganda from The Nation Wreckers.
     
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    Houstons defense, especially their DBs are horrible! Making the hyped up Murray look even better than the hype!
     
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    Terrible roughing the pass call there -Murray shrunk down and the DL hit him in the head.
     
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    A black defensive lineman just made a great sack on Murray of the Cardinals and they called unnecessary roughness and gave him a first down with a 15-yard penalty. They need to put glass skirts on these quarterbacks.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    Those Eagle fans are getting what they wanted.
     
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    Kupp with another TD!!
     
  12. white lightning

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    Zach Ertz with the bomb catch showing off his wheels for his first td for the Cardinals. Too bad they won't let Isabella do that as he would every week. The reality
    is that Isabella could put up huge numbers. Think Cooper Kupp but the Cards don't care. Happy for Ertz and the Cards are gonna stay undefeated.

    Cooper Kupp is the best receiver in the NFL. He has 10 catches for 156 yards and two touchdowns. I may sound like a broken record but he cannot be stopped!
     
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    Rams in a dog fight with Stafford's old team, the Lions. Just went ahead and completed the 2 point conversion on pass from Stafford after the TD to Kupp.
     
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    ...and what they deserve.
     
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    Number 51 Rams muff on an onside kick helps Lions recover and I thought that's it for him. Notice to clean out locker and bus ticket home next but turns out it's Troy Reeder.

    I think he'll survive.
     
  16. BeyondFedUp

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    GOAT Brady with another 4 TD passes today. At 44 and still humiliating D's across the land.
     
  17. Leonardfan

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    Nall can't even get a carry in a 35 point blow out.

    edit: He gets a reception on the last play of the game.
     
  18. white lightning

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    There is no doubt Tom Brady is the greatest football player of all time. Earlier in the game today he passed for his 600th career td which in number 1 all time in the NFL.

    To put that into comparison, Matthew Stafford who is one of the top 3 qb's in the NFL today finally passed for his 300th td. So Stafford has played for well over a decade
    yet he only has half the touchdowns of Brady. No one on this earth will ever top Tom Brady yet the NFL doesn't want traditional quarterbacks anymore. Funny that guys
    like Brady are looked down on. We all know that very few dual threat qb's have the talent to win the Super Bowl. Also they usually have far shorter careers. So any team
    has a far better chance of making the playoffs and Super Bowls with a traditional drop back quarterback.
     
  19. Leonardfan

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    NFL d-coordinators need to figure out how to defend the RPO. I am not impressed with the Cardinals or Murray. The same RPO play is called allowing for QB to pass to the open player. Is it just a matter of playing disciplined assignment football? Playing a zone/man hybrid defense? Collapsing the pocket quickly as possible? I feel the answers are all out there but coordinators coach scared. This is a high school offense in Arizona, it's beyond pathetic that the NFL is not shutting it down. If I was an NFL d-coordinator I would play a zone defense and take away the passing game, dare the Cardinals to run and then when the field is shortened bring the pressure. The Cardinals started off hot last year before sputtering down the stretch.
     
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    I hear you LeonardFan but these affletes play such incredibly soft zones on D it's unfreaking-believable! Heck, I could start a play at DB or Safety 20 yards off the ball and close in on the play well after the completion. This is what I see over and over and over and over. This is why I consider the NFL almost unwatchable. It is the NBA on turf and none of these fake superstars can even wrap a guy up and tackle!! What in the flying heck?! I hate what I see nowadays.
     
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    Some of it is the rule changes too which tilt the competitive balance in the offenses favor. There are plenty of "the worlds best athletes" on defense that do not give effort, lack poor technique and fundamentals as well.
     
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    Looks like you called it. 38-3 LOL. Brady is still the greatest. The poised pocket passer prototype keeps getting labeled an "obsolete dinosaur" by the anti-white media, yet those "dinosaurs" keep beating the "new breed" of quarterback time and again.
     
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    Yes, what they say is nonsensical. If an older pocket passer can be successful in today's league there's no reason a younger pocket passer can't be. Look at Mac Jones.
     
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    Not sure how Mahomes cleared concussion protocol. He took a knee to the head, couldn’t get up, then wobbled to the sidelines with two guys holding him up.
     
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    Agreed. They seem to be aiding and abetting each other... And the beat goes on.
     
  26. Jerry Reb

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    Mostly good news this week...

    Rams come back to beat the Lions, Kupp with a monster game - the best receiver in the NFL right now
    Raiders come back to beat the odious Eagles
    Joe Burrow 400+ yards passing, carves up Baltimore's not-so-mighty defense
    Chiefs choke LOL, not even going to pretend not to be enjoying the **** out of that after all the "dynasty" and "better than Brady" talk
    Brady is still the greatest, Rodgers aging like fine wine as well
    Mac Jones awesome young QB, Daniel Jones with a nice win as well
    Matt Ryan leads the Falcons to a comeback over the odiously managed Dolphins

    I gotta say this for Darnold - he's had his struggles the last few games, but he's being unfairly scapegoated by the usual suspects as personally responsible for all of Carolina's woes. They need McCaffrey back, badly - C-Mac's absence is their biggest issue. And benching Darnold for P.J. Walker was laughably dumb. P.J. had an absolute turd of a performance, unsurprisingly, as he is not even close to any kind of NFL-caliber quarterback, even a backup. No matter what struggles he has, Darnold is a far superior option than Walker.

    If the Panthers grab Duhshaun, Darnold and C-Mac both need to get out of there.
     

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