2017 Opponents

As soon as we get a schedule for the year, we will upload it and keep it pinned for easy access. It would make too much sense to have the Miami game in December, so I’m guessing it’ll be in September and Buffalo will be in December. The elements are half the battle in those games.

4 thoughts on “2017 Opponents

  • April 9, 2017 at 8:45 pm
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    That Giants house game interests me. Interests me a lot tbh.

    • April 10, 2017 at 9:20 am
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      Seeing Lynch against Dallas and Eagles with their young QB’s, interests me. See how he matches up being a year behind them. Division games are always good, too. Hopefully, the Miami games isn’t in September unless I get club seats because that stadium can get pretty warm. The hottest I’ve even been though, was at a Jags game. The ambulances couldn’t keep up with all the heat strokes.

      • April 10, 2017 at 9:32 pm
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        Paxton Lynch is a year away from being ready.

        • April 10, 2017 at 11:55 pm
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          So, when Trevor came into the league as a 7th rounder who was sub-average in college and then had a year to learn the playbook, was ready, but Lynch isn’t? A guy who turned a crappy team into a bowl team? Who has now had the same year TS had to learn. Now, there’s a new coach and scheme. Some how, Lynch isn’t ready, but Trevor was? That’s not logical.
          Lynch is a better quarterback. What exactly is going to learn in this year?
          He’s not learning behind a good QB. He’ll be more ready to start in September than Trevor was last year.
          That’s what people are forgetting. Or ignoring. All Lynch has to be is in the same place Trevor was last year. If Trevor could go 7-7, so can Lynch.
          This year won’t be a SB. Too many news. So, you start Lynch. He’ll be more ready than Trevor was.

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