Week 5 2017 (Oct 5th - 9th) - Discussion and Information

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Re: Week 5 2017 (Oct 5th - 9th) - Discussion and Information

Postby TouchdownTips » Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:54 pm

My two tiny stakes big odds punts tonight. The Bears tight ends who aren't Zach Miller. Sims at 10s and Shaheen at 16s

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Re: Week 5 2017 (Oct 5th - 9th) - Discussion and Information

Postby Gman84 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:15 pm

Shaheen could be a shout based purely on rookies sticking together and working on the scout team together so they'll have a comfort level.

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Re: Week 5 2017 (Oct 5th - 9th) - Discussion and Information

Postby TouchdownTips » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:49 pm

Shaheen could be a shout based purely on rookies sticking together and working on the scout team together so they'll have a comfort level.
Thats the theory I led with when justifying it in my write up! I did say I'm not tipping anything as I had a poor weekend. Again. But it's one that I'm on

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Re: Week 5 2017 (Oct 5th - 9th) - Discussion and Information

Postby Gman84 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:03 am

A slow burner last night but the Vikings just done enough. Smart call by Zimmer to pull Bradford, he looked rough and clearly his knee isn't 100%. I do wonder if after this season he considers his future. He's a free agent next season and I'm not sure any team is going to commit $20m+ a year to a guy with his knee history.

On the flip side, some good, some bad from Mitchell Trubisky but enough promise to think he can be a player in this league.

As for the actual game, loved the fake punt and the 2pt play by the bears but tricky only kept them in game and they couldn't quite find enough to take it. The Vikings looked a lot better on offense once Keenum was in and they still ran the ball well without the injured Cook.

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