Open Threads

Open Thread: Philly @ Indy

Enjoy the game, and Go Eagles!

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Open Thread: Broncos vs Chiefs

Inactives: Broncos - Cody Latimer, David Bruton, Tony Carter, Ben Garland, Michael Schofield, and Danny Trevathan

Chiefs - De'Anthony Thomas, Aaron Murray, Albert Wilson, Joe McKnight, Jamell Fleming, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, and Damion Square

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Open Thread: Sunday Week 2

Enjoy the games, and Go Vikings (vs New England) and Seahawks (at San Diego)!

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Open Thread: Pittsburgh @ Baltimore

PFF, Benjamin HoffmanDon Banks, and PFT Commenter preview the matchup; Ben Muth discusses the Ravens offense as directed by (wince) Gary Kubiak.

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Open Thread: Sunday Week 1

Enjoy the games; go Miami (vs New England) and Tennessee (at Kansas City)!

Open Thread: Seattle vs Green Bay

Rick Drummond and Benjamin Hoffman preview the game.

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Live Blog: Preseason Game 2 - Broncos at 49ers

Join me below the fold for as much Live Blog as I can give you today.  I'm likely to have to cut out at some point, due to some friends passing through my town, but I'll hang until they get here.

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Open Thread: 2014 NFL Draft, Day 3

Discuss the fourth through seventh rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft with fellow IAOFM readers

Open Lard: 2014 NFL Draft, Day 2

As we head into the second and third rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft, here's what's happening:

  • Having moved up for Sammy Watkins, Buffalo dealt Stevie Johnson to San Francisco for a conditional 2015 fourth-rounder.
  • Rather than trade for New England's Ryan Mallett, the latest rumors have Houston taking Eastern Illinois QB Jimmy Garoppolo at #33.

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Open Thread: 2014 NFL Draft, Day 1

Discuss the opening round of the 2014 Draft with fellow IAOFM readers