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Pope, Eric, the Second

#7 Oklahoma QB Eric Pope reclaimed his starting job, and proceeded to go 25/36 for 343 yards and 4 TD as Oklahoma routed Texas 52-13.

Devy Flexes His Guns in Miami

The Saints pull the upset over Miami. Saints QB Aaron Devereaux threw for 3 TD as the New Orleans defense held Miami to 5 rushing yards in the 31-27 victory.

Meep Meep

UTSA snaps #11 Rice's 26-game winning streak in CUSA games with a decisive 31-20 road victory. QB Justin Radford threw for 208 yards and had 3 total TDs.

Foster: Chicagoan for QB

Bears QB Mohammed Foster has come into his own as the team has jumped to a 6-3 start. Foster put up 102 on the ground, including a 45-yard TD, in a 20-10 victory over LA.
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[2023] PFF NFL Top Ten: Week 7

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It looks like there's a clear grouping of teams that are contenders with a few teams that are almost there.

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Well, I enjoy how this generally reflects the Power Rankings. Word. 

 

I like JAX and BUF a bit more than PFF, but that's okay. 

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I dont like this because my team isnt here but its pretty accurate 

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I still think Philly is the team to beat this year.  They've been able to compete and not lose ground in the race for home playoff game(s) without AT.  When he comes back, if he's himself, I think they win it all.

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J O S H J O N E S 

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21 hours ago, pumph said:

I still think Philly is the team to beat this year.  They've been able to compete and not lose ground in the race for home playoff game(s) without AT.  When he comes back, if he's himself, I think they win it all.


that’s my biggest fear. I was hoping for more than a 1 game cushion when he came back. I think they have an interesting situation though. Bridgewater has played pretty well. Taylor is an aging scrambler coming off a big injury. Do you stick with what’s working? Probably not, but how long of a leash do you give Taylor? It feels a little bit like a Brady/Bledsoe situation. 

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