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Old 05-12-2022, 07:11 PM
Arky Arky is offline
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Default 2022 Schedule

Week Day Date Opponent TV Network Kickoff Time

1 Sunday Sept. 11 Indianapolis Colts CBS Noon
2 Sunday Sept. 18 at Denver Broncos CBS 3:25 PM
3 Sunday Sept. 25 at Chicago Bears CBS Noon
4 Sunday Oct. 2 Los Angeles Chargers CBS Noon
5 Sunday Oct. 9 at Jacksonville Jaguars CBS Noon
6 Bye Week
7 Sunday Oct. 23 at Las Vegas Raiders CBS 3:05 p.m.
8 Sunday Oct. 30 Tennessee Titans CBS 3:05 p.m.
9 Thursday Nov. 3 Philadelphia Eagles Prime Video# 7:15 p.m.
10 Sunday Nov. 13 at New York Giants CBS Noon
11 Sunday Nov. 20 Washington Commanders FOX Noon
12 Sunday Nov. 27 at Miami Dolphins CBS Noon
13 Sunday Dec. 4 Cleveland Browns CBS Noon
14 Sunday Dec. 11 at Dallas Cowboys FOX Noon
15 Sunday Dec. 18 Kansas City Chiefs CBS Noon
16 Sunday Dec. 24 at Tennessee Titans CBS Noon
17 Sunday Jan. 1 Jacksonville Jaguars CBS Noon
18 TBD Jan. 7/8 at Indianapolis Colts TBD TBD

Ewww, early bye.

Starts with the Colts, ends with the Colts.

One prime time game (Philly).
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Old 05-12-2022, 08:31 PM
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Probably not a coincidence that the Browns game is in December, in the latter part of the season. Though I have no idea how many games Deshaun Watson will be suspended, if any.

Not a fan of getting a division opponent in Week 1, but whatev. Having the last three games of the season be division opponents is *chef's kiss*.

Doesn't seem like a particularly hard schedule, but a lot will depend on just how improved Davis Mills is from the encouraging finish he had last season, plus how well the new defensive components gel into a useful unit.

If nothing else, there's a least a tad more hopefulness looking at the 2022 season at this point than there ever was in 2021.
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Old 06-03-2022, 02:48 PM
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The thing I like about Davis Mills was the accuracy. He had several games where he was like 15/17 in the first half and I think one game where he did that in the second half. Not all were dink 'n dunk or gimmes. They seemed to let him stretch it out a bit as they got more confidence in him. You can do a lot and go far with an accurate QB.

Expectations can backfire sometimes but I think 7 or 8 wins would show progress.... Gotta win the close ones but sometimes a team has trouble getting over that hump...
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