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This just highlights how bad Spence positional play really is 🤷‍♂️

Of Antonio Brown? God damn man, where to start. Here are a number of things that he's done, mostly this off season but a couple date back to prior years. 1. Wants out of Pittsburgh - makes i

This is for those of us who follow the NFL! Join in by telling us which team you support!  I have been supporting Tampa Bay Buccaneers for 18 years, and that has been really bad for the last 15

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settling down ready for the game at Tottenham.   Me vs Smog Dane  supporter wise. tbh both teams are doing better than expected thus far.  Wasnt too confident without Cam this season but Allen has  filled in well and MacCaffrey has been immense  lately.  I Predict a high scoring  close game.   Panthers to nick it .

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14 hours ago, Brunners said:

That's a funny way of saying that he's bad. Winston is bad. Bucs need to try again lol.

Yup he sucks.. He was amazing in the 55 points win v Rams... But mostly he sucks 😳😏

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15 minutes ago, Will said:

Who is everyone's pick for the Super Bowl then?

I want the Chiefs to win but my gut feeling is that the 49ers might have the edge. I'm expecting a cracking game this year! 

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