So if the Chargers get homefield advantage they will be playing their games in a 27,000 capacity stadium?
That team should go back home to San Diego. The Rams are all LA needs.
@mariner4life are the Steelers fucked now m4l?
3 losses in a row. Does the conference system allow for losing teams to play post season? You know like super rugby does for Australian teams
I'm new to the details in NFL but have gained interest listening to Bill Burr
Yeah.. the Seahawks went into the playoffs as #4 seed and a home playoff game with a 7-9 record.. it was quite recent.. maybe in the last 10 years or so
Funny thing is that they won their home playoff game before losing the next week..
I can't remember who they beat in wildcard weekend though
Think it was the Saints. That was the game where Beastmode became Beastmode.
Kirk Cousins is now 4-24 vs teams with a winning record.
Vikings are stuck paying him big guaranteed $ for another two years after this.
I think the penny has dropped, he just isn't that good, flatters to deceive
He's decent stats-wise but just isn't a big time QB. In saying that he is better than Case Keenum.
George Kittle is the new star TE in the NFL - helped the 49ers beat the Broncos 20-14 by racking up 210 yards and a TD which was only five yards short of breaking the record for most yards by a TE in a game (Shannon Sharpe holds the record).
First 49ers TE to also break the 1,000 receiving yards mark too.
The Warriors don't need Nikorima. Sneak, is this move going to upset me in years to come in a Luke Lewis kind of way?
It could very well be a bad decision by the club to not at least make an offer. Hope it's just some tough haggling from the Warriors but if they pass you have to think the Tigers will attempt to make a move (with McGuire being the new coach).
Nikorima provides a solution for the club at halfback but even if one of the young prospects (Lawton, Harris-Tavita, Keighran) excels next year (possible but not really probable) than Nikorima can be the answer at hooker in 2020 going forward.
Bit of a bombshell - the KC Chiefs have just released their star RB Kareem Hunt after video showed him fighting with a woman in a hotel.
pretty divisive player from fan POV.
Been a big topic on Radio Sport obviously, plenty in support of the Warriors getting rid of him, plenty thought it was handled poorly, but I think majority thought the end result is best all round.
It frees up cap space and that is more important than having Shaun Johnson on the roster. Although they finished only two points behind first place, anyone who watched them all season long could tell it was still a seriously flawed roster.
SJ should do alright at the Sharks but they look to be in trouble both in terms of the salary cap (which they have apparently breached already) and financially. Don't think SJ sees out his three years there tbh.