Steelers are at 9th
Steelers are at 9th
Maybe I was a little hard on the Steelers...maybe not! Big matchup this week though is giong to be the Jags and Colts, Bengals and Steelers!
I don't really have any complaints with his rankings, this one of the few that looks half way legitimate.
both of those games are the games of the week. We should see these being analyzed and talked about this whole week and half of next week atleast.
I see it. I think its another hallucination AZ...
I see all the sigs too. Is AZ still drunk from last night?
I'm blind, I'm deaf, I wanna be a ref! Get on your knees ref your blowing the game!
Big thank you to pa state Daryl Metcalfe. For doing the right thing.
I don't think I'm hallucinating
Here is what I am seeing...
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