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tonykellowfan

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So here we are back again, with week 3 having just started (Panthers beating Texans last night). So far there have been some great games and lots of stunning action. Defending champions Tampa Bay are 2-0 and could well have another superb season although they probably have their toughest matchuip of the whole regular season this week. If they win this week I could well imagine there will become a rolling NFL story as to whether they can go the whole season unbeaten. 17 game season this season for the first time, so various records could be under threat. My 49ers are also 2-0 although they are probably once again in the toughest division of all 8 divisions, with the 4 teams already winning 7 of 8 games this season, way better than any other division. A couple of top class QBs have changed teams to good effect, Stanford and Darnold being obvious examples. None of the rookie QBs have yet set the world alight, which shows what a step up it is from a top college team to a bottom NFL team.
 

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Dont talk to me about the Seahawks and how they lost last week, gonna be an average season for them this year.
Has anyone else got tickets for the London games? I'm going to the Dolphins v Jags, cant wait
 

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Dont talk to me about the Seahawks and how they lost last week, gonna be an average season for them this year.
Has anyone else got tickets for the London games? I'm going to the Dolphins v Jags, cant wait
Yep, going to Dolphins v Jags too. Haven’t been anywhere of note for yonks so it’ll be good to get back on a train, good to have a day out with my lad, good to see a new ground and good to see the Fins smash the Jags! Very excited!
 

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That's a good shout, I had forgotten that London games were back on again.

There are still tickets available for both games.

10 Oct Falcons v Jets
17 Oct Jaguars v Dolphins
 

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Thanks for starting the thread up TKF.

Broncos gone three and O, they're a much better side than the last few years and Teddy Bridgwater is doing a great job of keeping it simple, with a decent mix of running and simple passing. I can see the Broncos bringing Drew Lock on for the last 2 minutes when they are chasing a game as he loves throwing it miles in the hope someone might catch it. I don't see Teddy Boy doing that. With the Chiefs labouring and Raiders surprising everyone. Means they'll finish 8-8 and miss out on the play offs again.

AFC seems wide open this year but I can't see past the Buccs in the NFC at the minute.
 

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There have been some great games already this year and it doesn't feel as though any one team is going to dominate, people will adapt to the Bucs I think.
 
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