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NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 7/25/2019 7:23:36 AM   


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Here's the Marc Lawrence Playbook

and Walter Football records

1 week until NFL starts!

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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/25/2019 10:39:39 AM   

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Wow time just flies Jeff, thanks for these. I added clickable links below for the computer challenged


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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/25/2019 11:43:05 PM   

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Jeff I was just looking back in here at previous preseason threads from years gone by. We used to get like 16,000 hits and 100's of posts in those babies, how times have changed !



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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/25/2019 11:47:08 PM   

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Videos from wagertalk, some good info to listen to while looking around

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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/26/2019 12:03:22 AM   

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Here's a great link for team newspapers which are invaluable in pre, also rosters and coaches info for each team



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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/26/2019 12:11:03 AM   

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2019 preseason national television schedule (all times Eastern)

Hall of Fame Game (Canton, Ohio)
Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons (NBC, 8 p.m.), Thursday, Aug. 1
Preseason Week 2 (Aug. 15-19)
Oakland Raiders at Arizona Cardinals (ESPN, 8 p.m.), Thursday, Aug. 15
New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Chargers (CBS, 4 p.m.), Sunday, Aug. 18
Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings (FOX, 8 p.m.), Sunday, Aug. 18
San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos (ESPN, 8 p.m.), Monday, Aug. 19
Preseason Week 3 (Aug. 22-25)
Jacksonville Jaguars at Miami Dolphins (FOX, 8 p.m.), Thursday, Aug. 22
Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions (CBS, 8 p.m.), Friday, Aug. 23
Pittsburgh Steelers at Tennessee Titans (NBC 8 p.m.), Sunday, Aug. 25
2019 preseason week-by-week schedule

Hall Of Fame Game -- Aug. 1
Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons (NBC)
Week 1 -- Aug. 8-12
New York Jets at New York Giants
Tennessee Titans at Philadelphia Eagles
Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears
New England Patriots at Detroit Lions
Houston Texans at Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints
Los Angeles Chargers at Arizona Cardinals
Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers
Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks
Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills
Atlanta Falcons at Miami Dolphins
Jacksonville Jaguars at Baltimore Ravens
Washington Redskins at Cleveland Browns
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Pittsburgh Steelers
Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Rams at Oakland Raiders
Week 2 --- Aug. 15-19
Chicago at New York Giants
Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins
Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings (FOX 8/18)
New York Jets at Atlanta Falcons
Buffalo Bills at Carolina Panthers
Miami Dolphins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Oakland Raiders at Arizona Cardinals (ESPN 8/15)
Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams
Green Bay Packers at Baltimore Ravens
Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers
Detroit Lions at Houston Texans
Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts
Philadelphia Eagles at Jacksonville Jaguars
New England at Tennessee Titans
San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos (ESPN 8/19)
New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Chargers (CBS 8/18)
Week 3 -- Aug. 22-25
Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys
Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles
Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions (CBS 8/23)
Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings
Washington Redskins at Atlanta Falcons
Cleveland Browns at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Rams
Jacksonville Jaguars at Miami Dolphins (FOX 8/22)
Carolina Panthers at New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints at New York Jets
New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals
Chicago Bears at Indianapolis Colts
Pittsburgh Steelers at Tennessee Titans (NBC 8/25)
San Francisco 49ers at Kansas City Chiefs
Green Bay Packers vs. Oakland Raiders
Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Chargers
Week 4 -- Aug. 29-30
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys
Baltimore Ravens at Washington Redskins
Tennessee Titans at Chicago Bears
Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers
Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers
Miami Dolphins at New Orleans Saints
Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers
Oakland Raiders at Seattle Seahawks
Minnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills
New York Giants at New England Patriots
Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets
Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals
Detroit Lions at Cleveland Browns
Los Angeles Rams at Houston Texans
Atlanta Falcons at Jacksonville Jaguars
Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos



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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/27/2019 1:48:56 AM   

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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/30/2019 9:01:26 AM   


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Jeff I was just looking back in here at previous preseason threads from years gone by. We used to get like 16,000 hits and 100's of posts in those babies, how times have changed !

yeah, i find people have moved away from the forums and over to fb and twitter.  i use both still and hopefully I can steer a few more people here in 2019,especially in our weekly SDQL threads!

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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/30/2019 7:36:09 PM   

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Here's a good preview of this years HOF game

NFL Hall Of Fame Game 2019: Atlanta Falcons Vs. Denver Broncos Schedule, Odds For Preseason Opener
Alex Kay

August is nearly here and with it comes the first meaningful NFL action in months. After a long offseason layoff, professional football finally returns with the 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame Game between the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons, a Thursday night contest that will officially kick off the 2019 NFL preseason schedule. While the outcome for the teams on the field won’t matter in the slightest—organizations use this game mostly to evaluate fringe talent for training camp and roster cut purposes—it absolutely will for the many bettors who have been chomping at the bit to get some real NFL action over the last six months.

Oddsmakers opened betting at a pick ‘em, but that line was bet up to Atlanta -2 almost immediately. It’s since settled with the Falcons laying a single point, but more fluctuation in the coming days is to be expected. The total on the 2019 NFL Hall of Fame Game has been set at just 34.5 points, a small number but one that is reasonable when considering the type of talent that will be on the gridiron for much of the night in Canton. It’s also close to the average of 30.3 total points scored in the previous seven Hall of Fame Game clashes, including last year’s exciting tilt between the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens that resulted in a 17-16 win for Baltimore. You can find results for every Hall of Fame Game dating back to 2010 in the table below.

Those looking for advice against the spread and other tips for the 2019 NFL preseason opener should check back later in the week to get pro picks from Jon Price of The Vegas expert will be releasing the first of many predictions for the upcoming NFL season closer to Thursday’s kickoff. In the meantime, have a look at the complete schedule, start time, TV and live stream viewing information, updated odds, betting trends and more for this upcoming Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons showdown.

Hall of Fame Game 2019 Viewing Guide
Matchup     Time (ET)     TV     Live Stream     Odds     Total
Atlanta Falcons vs. Denver Broncos*     8 p.m.     NBC     NBC Sports Live     ATL -1     34.5

*Matchup takes place at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio

Hall of Fame Game Scores (2010-2018)
Year     Result     Total
2018     Ravens 17 – Bears 16     33
2017     Cowboys 20 – Cardinals 18     38
2015     Vikings 14 – Steelers 3     17
2014     Giants 17 – Bills 13     30
2013     Cowboys 24 – Dolphins 20     44
2012     Saints 17 – Cardinals 10     27
2010     Cowboys 16 – Bengals 7     23

Hall of Fame Game was not played in 2011 and 2016.

Hall of Fame Game 2019 Preview

The Falcons and Broncos have each participated in the Hall of Fame Game three times previously, with both teams compiling identical 1-2 records in the preseason opener, but never faced one another in those prior contests. Denver hasn’t made an appearance at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium since 2004, but it’s been even longer—25 years to be exact—since the Falcons have made a trip to Ohio to open the preseason schedule.

One interesting trend to note is that the Falcons haven’t had much success during the preseason since Dan Quinn took over as head coach in 2015. The team is just 4-12 during exhibition games in that span, including an 0-4 record in last year’s preseason. Atlanta doesn’t score many points in these matchups either, failing to ring up a single score in their 2018 NFL preseason opener against the New York Jets and totaling up just 27 points in the final three outings. It’s clear that Quinn doesn’t place much importance on getting his first-stringers reps in these meaningless contests, as evidenced by starting quarterback Matt Ryan playing just two snaps in that showdown with the Jets.

Quinn did mention he is looking forward to participating in the Hall of Fame Game and hopes the extra playing time—the Falcons and Broncos will compete in five preseason games this year, compared to four for the rest of the league—will result in improved team chemistry (via

   We are fired up to kick off the NFL’s 100th season in the Hall of Fame Game. We are honored to play in Canton and be a part of the celebration for all of the inductees. This is also an opportunity for us to strengthen our connection and our brotherhood with additional time on the field.

The Broncos have had quite a bit more success than their upcoming opponent with regards to finding the end zone during the preseason. They averaged an impressive 25 points across their four exhibition clashes last year, but those expecting some high totals from the Denver offense should be wary that those outbursts came with Vance Joseph calling the shots. Things could be different now that the club is employing Vic Fangio, the former Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator who will be making his head coaching debut on the sidelines this Thursday.

James Palmer tweeted a clip of Fangio discussing why he elected to hire an offensive coordinator who has never called plays at the NFL level:

Fangio is far from the only new hire in the Mile High City either, as the Broncos also have a new starting quarterback in Joe Flacco and a slew of other fresh faces up and down the roster. That could make for a rough start out of the gate in this nationally televised Pro Football Hall of Fame Game and something bettors should keep in mind when making a play on the matchup. There will be plenty more to dive into as information is revealed this week, including how much the head coaches plan to play their starters, an updated injury report and more, so check back for more 2019 NFL preseason info during the leadup to the official preseason start at the Hall of Fame Game.

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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/30/2019 7:49:46 PM   

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Some "mind boggling stats" worth the look for preseason

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RE: NFLX 2019 - 7/30/2019 9:16:07 PM   

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Sorry guys about the duplicate thread.

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RE: NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 7/31/2019 9:56:37 AM   

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Thanks fellas.

Semi-retired now, so I will be hard at it again this year.



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RE: NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 8/1/2019 10:55:14 PM   

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Atta boy Bugsy put that spare time to use 

Here's Gaming Today for july 31 got some football stuff in it plus it's one of the best reads out there all around imo

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RE: NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 8/4/2019 1:27:42 PM   

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POWERS PICKS Preseason addition



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RE: NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 8/5/2019 11:02:20 PM   

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FL preseason is just around the corner and although betting on it might seem like a crapshoot, there are factors that can give you an edge on the odds.

Changes in coaches and coordinators means that as many as half the teams in the league will be adjusting to new gameplans and schemes. If players need to learn a new playbook it could take them some time to get on the same page as their coaching staff but a familiar scheme can make that adjustment much easier.

In addition, knowing which teams have the best quarterback depth can ensure that even in the second-half of preseason games you're backing competent QB play.

We break down the changes in the play-callers and list the teams with best and worst quarterback depth so you can turn a profit on the turf.

Note: We've left out situations where a new coordinator will not be calling plays (such as Kevin O'Connell in Washington), since their impact will be less significant.

Head Coach, Kliff Kingsbury

The former Texas Tech head coach brings the Air Raid offense (or at least a variation of it) to the NFL. Expect the Cardinals to use multiple WR sets and push the tempo with No. 1 overall pick Kyler Murray. This is a bit of an experiment at the NFL level however and there could be some hiccups early as players adjust to the system.

Defensive Coordinator, Vance Joseph

The former Broncos head coach will bring his aggresive 3-4 defense to Arizona which utilized a 4-3 scheme last year.   

Offensive coordinator, Dirk Koetter

Koetter is returning to Atlanta where he served as OC from 2012-2014. Matt Ryan enjoyed two Pro Bowl seasons with Koetter who will look to get tight ends and running backs more involved in the passing game.   

Offensive coordinator, Greg Roman

After two years as an assistant and tight ends coach at Baltimore, Roman has been promoted to OC. Unlike many of the pass-happy coordinators that have taken over the league, Roman relied on strong running games as the OC in San Francisco and Buffalo. He should be ecstatic to work with Lamar Jackson at QB.

Defensive Coordinator, Chuck Pagano

With Vic Fangio given the head coaching job in Denver, Pagano comes over from Indianapolis to call the shots on D. Chicago's defense will likely look similar to last year with perhaps more blitzing packages thrown in the mix.


Head Coach, Zac Taylor

As teams search for the next Sean McVay they invariably land on McVay's assistants like Taylor who was the QB coach last year for the Rams. Taylor is relatively inexperienced and is just three years removed from being the OC at the University of Cincinnati which had one of the worst offenses in the FBS. He will bring a change in philosophy from the stale play-calling of Marvin Lewis but that might not necessarily be an improvement.

Defensive Coordinator, Lou Anarumo

The former defensive backs coach for the Giants will likely add more 4-3 fronts to a unit that primarily relied upon a 3-4 scheme under Lewis.

Head Coach, Freddie Kitchens

Kitchens was promoted to the Browns offensive coordinator midway through last season, and the Browns offense improved so much he was given the head coaching gig. The Cleveland offense will be familiar with his playbook.  

Defensive Coordinator, Steve Wilks

Wilks was the head coach last year in Arizona before getting fired. He runs a 4-3 front similar to the one that the Browns had been running under Gregg Williams for the last two years.

Head Coach, Vic Fangio

While Denver will continue to use a 3-4 defense under their new head coach, Fangio will likely use more zone coverage from Denver's corners than in the past.  

Offensive coordinator, Rich Scangarello

Scangarello will be calling plays for the first time in the NFL after two years as the quarterbacks coach in San Francisco. He will be working with the recently acquired Joe Flacco and rookie Drew Lock.
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Offensive coordinator, Darrell Bevell

The Lions were criticized for having one of the most conservative offensive game plans in the league last year but that's exactly what coach Matt Patricia wants. Expect Bevell to go run-heavy in Detroit just like he did with the Seahawks and the Vikings before that.

Head Coach, Matt Lafleur

Aaron Rodgers had Mike McCarthy as his head coach for almost his entire head coach and there will likely be kinks to iron out as the Packers offense adjusts to the new guy calling the shots.

Offensive coordinator, John DeFilippo

A Doug Pederson protege in Philadelphia, DeFilippo is seen as a QB specialist. He was canned by the Vikings last season, largely because of their struggles running the ball. He'll be reunited with Nick Foles in Jacksonville but it will take time for the rest of the Jags to adjust.   

Defensive Coordinator, Steve Spagnuolo

Spagnuola comes over from the New York Giants and has plenty of experience working with Andy Reid. He will shake up KC's defense by implementing a base 4-3 defense as opposed to the 3-4 scheme they have - ineffectively - run for years.

Head Coach, Brian Flores

Flores has worked as an assistant coach in New England since 2004 and most recently held the position of linebackers coach. He will likely bring the Patriots hybrid 3-4, 4-3 defense to Miami.

Offensive coordinator, Chad O'Shea

Flores brought over the Patriots' wide receivers coach in O'Shea to run the offense. He will run a modified version of the Erhardt-Perkins offensive system for the Dolphins so expect to see more catches for the running backs and better use of slot receivers. Either way there will be a learning curve.  
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Offensive coordinator, Kevin Stefanski

Technically Stefanski was already the OC in Minnesota since he took over duties with three games left to go in 2018, but this time he has an entire offseason to put his stamp on the offense. Stefanski has been on the Vikings coaching staff for more than a decade and he will likely go back to what made the Vikes successful in 2017: a run-focused scheme with loads of play action and zone runs.     

Head Coach, Adam Gase

The offensive-minded coach served as the OC in Denver during the Peyton Manning years. He was the head coach in Miami for the last two years before getting canned at the end of the regular season. He will be tasked with developing last year's third pick overall in quarterback Sam Darnold.    

Defensive coordinator, Gregg Williams

Despite running a 4-3 defense in Cleveland and St. Louis, Williams will reportedly continue using the 3-4 base defense that the Jets have ran since 2006.

Head Coach Bruce Arians

A two-time winner of the AP NFL Coach of the Year Award , Arians has come out of retirement to take over the reigns in Tampa Bay. His reliance on the passing game and his willingness to take risks downfield are best summed up in his phrase, "No risk it, no biscuit."  

Offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich

Leftwich called plays for the second-half of last season for the Cardinals and is expected to do the same for the Bucs. He's a protege of Arians and will likely follow the same pass-first philosophy and playbook of his mentor.

Defensive Coordinator Todd Bowles

While the biggest storyline in Tampa Bay will be how Arians and Winston fit together, Todd Bowles could have an equally massive impact on the defensive side of the ball. Bowles will implement a 3-4 defense to a Bucaneers side that has run a 4-3 scheme for decades.

Offensive coordinator, Arthur Smith

The former tight ends coach for the Titans, Smith has never been the playcaller at any level and is expected to stick to Matt LaFleur's playbook from last season.

Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck, Jacoby Brissett, Phillip Walker, Chad Kelly

OK, Kelly is an asshat but he's still a talented thrower who was Case Keenum's backup in Denver for a few games before doing more asshat things. Brissett has plenty of regular season snaps and Walker has been patiently biding his time on the Colts practice squad for a couple years.

Los Angeles Chargers: Philip Rivers, Tyrod Taylor, Cardale Jones, Easton Stick

Taylor is one of the best backups around while Jones has thrown passes at the NFL level and should be comfortable with the Chargers offense since he's been on the practice squad for a couple of years. Stick is an ultra-athletic rookie QB that compiled a 49-3 record over four years at North Dakota State.

San Francisco 49ers: Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Mullens, C.J. Beathard, Wilton Speight

While Speight is an unknown, he at least had success in a Power Five conference when he was at Michigan. Mullens and Beathard are both young QBs with more than 2000 passing yards at the NFL level to their name.

Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson, Paxton Lynch, Geno Smith

Both Smith and Lynch came into the league with high expectations but have fizzled despite getting plenty of NFL snaps to show their stuff. But with both of them reportedly in a dead heat to serve as Wilson's backup they should be motivated to impress during the preseason.

Washington Redskins: Dwayne Haskins, Case Keenum, Colt McCoy, Josh Woodrum

Even their third string QB in McCoy has plenty of experience at the NFL level, while Woodrum has been around the league for a few years and had a solid preseason with the Ravens in 2017.
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Baltimore Ravens: Lamar Jackson, Robert Griffin III (injured), Trace McSorley, Joe Callahan

If Griffin wasn't injured this wouldn't be so bad, but with RG3 sidelined for at least a few weeks with a broken bond in his hand this doesn't look great. McSorley was a sixth-round draft pick that has athleticism but also completed just 53.2 percent of his passes last year in college. Callahan is on his eighth team after going undrafted in 2016 and joined the team on Monday.

Dallas Cowboys: Dak Prescott, Cooper Rush, Mike White, Taryn Christion

Rush and White were two of the worst quarterbacks last preseason with Rush averaging 4.84 yards per attempt and White averaging 5.91. Christion is an undrafted free agent who was recently released by the Seahawks. He played last year at South Dakota State University so even the preseason will be a big step up in competition for him.

Detroit Lions: Matt Stafford, Tom Savage, David Fales

Both Fales and Savage are new faces in Detroit. Fales had a poor preseason last year in Miami while Savage hasn't taken an NFL snap - of the regular season or preseason variety - since 2017.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Nick Foles, Gardner Minshew, Tanner Lee, Alex McGough

Foles might not be great but he's a hell of a lot better than any of the guys behind him, none of whom have ever taken a snap in the NFL. Minshew is probably the only one most football fans have heard of, but there's a reason the rookie fell to the sixth round in this year's draft.

Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes, Chad Henne, Chase Litton, Kyle Shurmer, Jon Lovitt

Don't expect Mahomes to get as many preseason snaps as he did last year, especially with five QBs on the roster. Henne is  solid backup but Litton, Shurmer and Lovitt are all 23 or younger and don't have a single NFL pass to their name.



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RE: NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 8/8/2019 5:27:14 AM   

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Back Up QB News for Exhibitions:

RG III out for Balt, Joe Callahan in.
Kurt Benkert, who looked very good for Atl in HOF Game Out, Matt Simms, who has been with Atl before, in.
AJ McCarron out for Hous, Undrafted Rookie Jordan Ta'amu is in.

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RE: NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 8/16/2019 10:04:58 AM   

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Simple database at oddsshark to see the preseason results by team, location etc with su/ats/ and o/u results. Nothing like the database but great for looking at Xgames



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RE: NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 8/18/2019 11:36:56 AM   


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Thanks guys. Good to see the old guard still contributing valuable stuff. Hope you all are well.

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RE: NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 8/21/2019 6:27:31 AM   


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this isnt preseason but regular seaons

some interesting trends

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RE: NFLX 2019 Newsletters and info - 8/21/2019 6:28:33 AM   


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Thanks guys. Good to see the old guard still contributing valuable stuff. Hope you all are well.

sheesh, join dates of 1998, 1999, and 2000 for you, me and Thomas!!!

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