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and gone Youth Adam Gotsis Jersey , yet games still have too many tossups for my liking. I’m conflicted on a few of them, and go against better judgments on a few. At least last week I got twice as many right as wrong. Back to my winning ways! Last Week: 10-5Overall: 32-29-2Indianapolis Colts (1-3) at New England Patriots (2-2) 6:20pm Fox/NFLN/Amazon TNFI told all of you to not write off the Patriots, but do you listen to me? Noooooo. Anyways, Andrew Luck and the Colts are the AFC version of the Falcons. Snake-bitten. And the Patriots are starting to get their groove back. Hey, Rich Gannon, tell me again how many days Josh Gordon has been on the Pats? I think I missed it the first 700 times you mentioned it! Prediction: Colts 23, Patriots 37Denver Broncos (2-2) at New York Jets (1-3) 11:00am CBSRemember my keys to the Broncos vs. Ravens? Well, 100% of them apply for this game except that the Jets suck. This game is a hard one to predict. One one hand you have the Broncos playing an early game on the east coast on the road. On the other hand, Sam Darnold kinda sucks. Then again, we only scored 23 on a piss poor Chiefs defense AT HOME mind you, and the Jets are at least “middle of the road” on defense (exactly middle as they rank 16th). So, how can I predict we score even the 23 we did against the Chiefs? Plus the finger pointing has begun with the “offense needs to score more points” talk. Ugh. What to do, what to do? Prediction: Broncos 23, Jets 6New York Giants (1-3) at Carolina Panthers (2-1) 11:00am FoxFresh off their bye week, the Panthers are at home and the cupcakes known as the Giants are coming to town. This is an easy victory. I wish I could add some flair to this game, but nope, it’s an easy victory. Prediction: Giants 13, Panthers 33Miami Dolphins (3-1) at Cincinnati Bengals (3-1) 11:00am CBSThe Dolphins validated my reasons for keeping them so low in the Power Rankings even when they were undefeated. How embarrassing. I’m telling you, this team just isn’t very good. And now they have the regular season Bengals to deal with, in Cincy. Their two game slide will officially be on at roughly 11:15am. Prediction: Dolphins 9, Bengals 23Baltimore Ravens (3-1) at Cleveland Browns (1-2-1) 11:00am CBSOh man, I really want to pick the Browns, but I’m not sure I can. If the Ravens play like they have the last few weeks, they’re a Top 5 team, and the Browns seem to keep being the Browns, or is it that the Browns keep being the Vance Josephs? You know, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. I’m sorry you got drafted by these guys Baker. I wanted you on the Broncos. Prediction: Ravens 27, Browns 23Green Bay Packers (2-1-1) at Detroit Lions (1-3) 11:00am FoxI dunno, Rodgers seems to be playing fine to me. I’m not sure the status of his knee, and we’ve heard that it’s gonna make him play worse and worse, but I’m not seeing it. He was running around like he was 100% last Sunday. Now, division games are a different beast as we see week after week, year after year. But do the Lions honestly have a shot? Even in Detroit? Really? Really?!? Prediction: Packers, 30, Lions 23Jacksonville Jaguars (3-1) at Kansas City Chiefs (4-0) 11:00am CBSI wish this game wasn’t on at the same time as the Broncos, because I want to see if the Jags can take this team down. Its in Arrowhead, so that plays in the Chiefs’ favor, but man, that Jags defense is really good, and it ain’t like Bortles is all that amazing to take advantage of the Chiefs’ defense. This is a game between the 2nd and 3rd place teams in my power rankings. Time to put up or shut up. Prediction: Jaguars 23, Chiefs 27Tennessee Titans (3-1) at Buffalo Bills (1-3) 11:00am CBSThe Bills are pathetic. Straight pathetic, and the Titans aren’t. Give this one to the road team. Prediction: Titans 27, Bills 10Atlanta Falcons (1-3) at Pittsburgh Steelers (1-2-1) 11:00am FoxI keep picking the Steelers to lose, and they keep losing. I keep picking the Falcons to win, and the keep losing. Crap. What in the hell am I suppose to do here? Prediction: Falcons 31, Steelers 32Oakland Raiders (1-3) at Los Angeles Chargers (2-2) 2:05pm CBSFresh off their first victory, the Raiders travel down the coast to Sunny Los Angeles, where the Chargers’ fans still don’t give a crap. If Ice Cube is in attendance http://www.broncoscheapauthenticstore.com/brandon-mcmanus-jersey-cheap , the Raiders win. Prediction: Raiders 27, Chargers 28 Guess he’s busy today.Minnesota Vikings (1-2-1) at Philadelphia Eagles (2-2) 2:25pm FoxI keep hearing nonsense about “That’s why we signed Cousins” from Viking fans. To them, I keep saying “See that losing record? You signed a loser to keep losing. Congrats!” Yes, my grudge holds no bounds. Prediction: Vikings 23, Eagles 31Arizona Cardinals (0-4) at San Francisco 49ers (1-3) 2:25pm FoxPathetic meets Pathetic. Is this the 0-0 tie we’ve all been waiting for? Prediction: Cardinals 3, 49ers 13Los Angeles Rams (4-0) at Seattle Seahawks (2-2) 2:25pm FoxBest team in the NFL meets middle of the road team. Now with 100% more smug Pete Carroll. I love watching him lose. Almost as much as I love watching Tom Brady lose. Prediction: Rams 31, Seahawks 13Dallas Cowboys (2-2) at Houston Texans (1-3) 6:20pm NBC SNFCivil War in Texas. Dallas vs Houston. Who wins? I’ve studied “Civil War” by Guns N Roses very closely, and they seem to be talking about those self entitled a-holes in Dallas... So I’m giving this one to Houston. Prediction: Cowboys 20, Texans 35Washington Redskins (2-1) at New Orleans Saints (3-1) 6:15pm ESPN MNF202 yards is the magic number. You’ll hear 201 a lot, because people are stupid. The real number is 202. What is that? Oh, it’s how many yards Drew Brees needs to be the all time leading passer in NFL history, surpassing Peyton Freaking Manning! How fitting he does it in New Orleans where Peyton is their proudest son. Oh, and he does it by halftime in a blowout. Prediction: Redskins 20, Saints 41**Bye Week: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears**The future of Broncos Country is in excellent hands Trying to raise two Broncos fans in New Hampshire isn’t easy. On Saturday, I returned from a two week trip with my boys to the Mile High City where I made every effort to steep them in all things Denver Broncos and disinfect that pesky Patriots stink off of them. That process began with a visit to the last day of Broncos training camp.“We watch them practice and then you can get autographs,” I told the boys. We had looked forward to it for months. At 5 and 6-years old, the boys were understandably squirmy during practice. They knew it was a big deal, but weren’t entirely sure what the point was. Frankly, I don’t blame them. With the Chicago Bears in town for joint-practice before their preseason game, there was so much orange, blue, and white out there on the field(s) that even I needed MHR’s Ian St. Clair’s help to decipher just what was going on. As promised, once practice ended, fans made their way down the berm to get signatures from whichever players wandered over. When the first player walked over, my oldest son held the Broncos mini-helmet I bought him high over his head to secure a signature. It was remarkable the care that the player took in signing. Anything more than a scribble was a total win. In all the excitement, I didn’t realize that the fella who signed my son’s helmet was Bears linebacker, Sam Acho. Needless to say, my son didn’t care. He got a signature! He was so proud.My youngest son, inspired by the signature his older brother got, was determined to get one of his own. We watched as Demaryius Thomas and Von Miller worked the ropes in the player family and friends area. Unfortunately, after a million autographs each, they never made it to where we were.When Domata Peko started working his way down our area of the line, my youngest held that mini-helmet up as high as he could. Unfortunately, despite signing forever, the swarm of folks around us meant that my youngest’s helmet went unsigned and Peko apologized as he jogged off. I couldn’t blame him for not getting to it. He had to stop somewhere and not everyone can get an autograph. These are hard lessons to learn, especially if you’re 5.My 5-year old didn’t take it well. He immediately melted into a puddle of disappointment and tears. As I carried him up the berm toward the exit, there was no consoling him. He wanted the world to know that he was mad and that he hated the Denver Broncos, me, and just about everything under the setting sun. It was a tantrum for the ages.That’s when the future of Broncos Country graced us with the ultimate kindness anyone could ask for in that situation.Out of nowhere, this youngster, who was maybe 12-years old, appeared and came to my son’s aid. “Here, take it,” he said. In his hands was a Broncos pennant bearing Broncos rookie linebacker Jeff Holland’s signature. “No way, we couldn’t take that from you. That’s yours. He’ll be fine,” I said.“He should have an autograph. I don’t need it. It’s his.”Despite my efforts to decline his offer, I found myself with the signed pennant in my hands and the kid was gone. For a 12-year old to be so keenly focused on making my youngest son’s first training camp a happy experience is nothing short of remarkable.I don’t know who that kid was http://www.broncoscheapauthenticstore.com/domata-peko-jersey-cheap , but later that day, my son was thrilled to look at that pennant and talk about Jeff Holland. What exactly does a linebacker do? Is he good? Does he have black stuff under his eyes?In a chaotic world populated by self-serving individuals, it was inspiring to see the future of Broncos Country show such kindness and caring to a little kid he’d never met. His parents should be proud to raise such an amazing kid. When my son looks upon Jeff Holland’s signature on that pennant hanging on his wall as he grows older, he’s not going to see just a pennant with a signature, he’s going to be reminded that being selfless for others is distress is the way to act. I only hope that I can raise my boys to be as amazing as that kid was on the last day of Broncos training camp. Broncos Country is awesome.HORSE TRACKS Mason\'s Mailbag: Phillip Lindsay staking claim to roster spotLindsay\'s versatility and efficiency at moving the chains have made him the Broncos\' latest undrafted discovery.Denver Broncos LB Brandon Marshall has lost 25 pounds since last seasonBrandon Marshall is taking a risk with his body this year, hoping it\'ll pay huge dividends.Broncos sign CB Adam Jones, waive LB Bo BowerJones signed a one-year deal with the team on Sunday.Former Broncos Eric Decker, Julius Thomas announce retirement from NFLTwo former Broncos stars announced their retirement from professional football.Jon Gruden: We call Martavis Bryant the \'white tiger\' - NFL.comStruggling to master the Raiders\' playbook, Martavis Bryant spent the early portion of training camp sequestered in Jon Gruden\'s proverbial doghouse. He\'s now the team\'s \"white tiger.\"Adrian Peterson to visit Washington Monday – ProFootballTalkThere\'s a need for some running back help in Washington and the most prolific rusher of the active free agents is apparently up for consideration. NFL Media reports that Adrian Peterson will visit with the team on Monday.Texans sign Kayvon Webster – ProFootballTalkCornerback Kayvon Webster reportedly had three visits lined up with teams, but he won\'t be heading anywhere other than Houston. Webster was in town to meet with the Texans on Sunday and he\'ll stay there as a new member of the team.Texans, CB Kayvon Webster agree to $2 million deal - Houston ChronicleNFL Week 3 preseason scores, schedule, updates: Josh Allen gets crushed, Nathan Peterman sharp - CBSSports.comThe dress rehearsal of the preseason concludes with two more gamesTyreek Hill says he knows \'without a doubt\' the Chiefs will have NFL\'s best offense - CBSSports.comHill believes his team has the best running back and tight end in the league, as well as a Hall of Fame coachEagles coach Doug Pederson says Carson Wentz is still not cleared for contact - CBSSports.comWentz is still rehabbing from a torn ACL suffered late last seasonLamar Jackson on breakout preseason game: \'I hope people know I can throw now\' - CBSSports.comJackson accounted for two touchdowns against the Dolphins on SaturdayJalen Ramsey blames NFL\'s new helmet rule for Marqise Lee\'s knee injury - CBSSports.comLee was hit below the waist by Falcons defensive back Damontae Kazee and had to be carted off the fieldBears coach Matt Nagy: Sitting starters in preseason won\'t change Week 1 result - CBSSports.comThe Bears sat most of their first team for the dress rehearsal game against the ChiefsOfficials called fewer helmet penalties last week – ProFootballTalkTwo significant developments related to the NFL\'s new helmet rule took place last week: First, the league announced that \"inadvertent\" hits wouldn\'t be penalized. And then, the officials called fewer penalties.Rams, Aaron Donald remain on verge of record-setting deal – ProFootballTalkIt was close a couple of weeks ago, and it\'s still close. But, obviously, it\'s not done until it\'s done. The Rams and defensive tackle Aaron Donald, the reigning NFL defensive player of the year, remain on the verge of a deal that will make him the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history, pe...OBJ deal close, but not done – ProFootballTalkThere\'s a rumor making the rounds that a deal between the Giants and receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is done. But it\'s not quite done yet. Word is that Beckham is privately claiming that a new contract is in place. Per a league source with knowledge of the situation, the deal is close but not done.Kavon Frazier injures shoulder – ProFootballTalkThe Cowboys took yet another hit at safety, making them even more desperate for help at the position. Kavon Frazier headed to the locker room for X-rays on his left shoulder after being injured in the first quarter.Report: Patriots to release Eddie Pleasant – ProFootballTalkThe Patriots are releasing veteran safety Eddie Pleasant, Field Yates of ESPN reports. New England signed him on July 24 after six years with the Texans. Jordan Richards played 35 snaps in Friday\'s preseason game against the Panthers and Pleasant played five.Saquon Barkley fully participates in practice, finally – ProFootballTalkGiants running back Saquon Barkley has been dealing with a hamstring injury, missing so much time that it became worrisome for the team\'s what-me-worry? starting quarterback. Alfred E. Manning can stop worrying. Via Matt Lombardo of NJ.NFL, Jaguars issue statements on Jacksonville shooting - NFL.comA gunman opened fire during a \"Madden NFL 19\" online video game tournament Sunday at a mall in Jacksonville, resulting in two fatalities and sending several other victims to local hospitals.Eagles QB Carson Wentz still not cleared for contact - NFL.comAs we near the final week of the preseason, nervous season has begun. At the center of the Eagles\' worries is Carson Wentz, who hasn\'t been cleared for contact with kickoff less than two weeks away.Injuries: Titans remove Rishard Matthews from PUP list - NFL.comThe Tennessee Titans activated wide receiver Rishard Matthews (knee) from the PUP list and placed receiver Michael Campanaro on injured reserve. Plus, other injuries we\'re tracking on Sunday.Punter Dickson stealing preseason show for Seahawks - NFL.comThrust into the spotlight following the recent release of mentor and franchise legend Jon Ryan, rookie Michael Dickson stole the show with a stunning display of punting artistry Friday.Todd Bowles, New York Jets coach, won\'t reveal quarterback starter, but players expect Sam DarnoldTwo Jets players told ESPN the expectation in the locker room is that Sam Darnold will get the nod for starting quarterback over incumbent Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater.Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson gets testy over Carson Wentz questionsEagles coach Doug Pederson was uncharacteristically terse answering questions about Carson Wentz\'s health, telling reporters, \"when they clear him, he\'ll be cleared. I\'m not going to put myself in a box, I\'m not going to put my quarterback in a box.\"Ezekiel Elliott of Dallas Cowboys will not play in preseasonWith injuries to three starting offensive lineman, neither running back Ezekiel Elliott nor quarterback Dak Prescott will play Sunday night, sources told ESPN. The news means that Elliott will not play in the preseason.

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