Week 4 begins tonight with the Eagles traveling to Green Bay looking for a badly needed win against the undefeated Packers. Sunday games include two battles between unbeaten teams as New England visits Buffalo and Kansas City heads to Detroit. Your prime-time games pit Dallas against New Orleans, which could be a playoff preview, and Cincinnati against Pittsburgh, which can't. Use this thread to discuss them all.
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Yay! Football! It starts tonight with Green Bay at Chicago. Other prime-time games this week include Pittsburgh at New England on Sunday night, then Houston at New Orleans AND Denver at Oakland in a Monday night double-header.
Which teams and players will surprise their fans this season, and which will disappoint? Will New Orleans' season end in heartache again? Is anyone in the AFC better than New England -- or worse than Miami? The FO staff makes their predictions for 2019.
This is an open thread for discussion of the 2019 NFL draft. You can use this thread all night Thursday night during the first round, or to discuss the aftermath of Round 1 the next day, and then again Friday night (Rounds 2-3) and Saturday (Rounds 4-7). We will also have our annual Audibles at the Line staff discussions from the first two nights, published on Friday and Saturday mornings.
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The Football Outsiders staff goes through all 32 NFL teams, with a guide to what you should look for in the 2019 NFL draft. What is each team's biggest need, what is a quiet need that is getting less attention, and what's a position they don't need to address at all?
This is our open thread to discuss all the free agent movement, trades, cuts, and other news for the first few days of free agency, starting with the "legal tampering period" that begins at noon Eastern on March 11. (Click to read more.)
Patrick Peterson on the trade block? A QB in the draft for the Chargers? DeSean Jackson in Cleveland, or A.J. Green in New England? Here's our annual ESPN+ feature with one bold move suggested for each of the 32 NFL teams.
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