That was a pretty well played game by us. It might have been a different game if Mack played but that is the NFL. Maybe we should play all our games on the road.
Rams reportably just traded for Von Miller giving up 2nd and 3rd round picks in next year’s draft,
Miller has 4.5 sacks this season and is 32 years old and will be a UFA in 2022.
They are taking up 9 million of his current contract so they will have to make adjustments to fit him in as they are close to top of the cap.
Rams are going for it but wait and see what impact Miller has.
bullit- It’s probably a smart move on their part since both us and the Seahawks are probably out of it. I think Murray has trouble when he is pressured.
Hard to tell if they won because the Bears are lousy or because they finally played like they’re supposed to play.
Kittle and Wilson should be back this week. Maybe Greenlaw.
Texans are trading DE Charles Omenihu to San Francisco 49ers.
What’s the story Bullit?
Omenihu for Dee elsewhere?
He made my Draft list at one point
Dee can go
So can Robbie and Jimmeh
XHoward to Miami for Jimmeh?
When he was at Texas Charles Omenihu would take over games because he is relentless Lot’s of upside and 6th rounder given up is for 2023
He has ability so it’s up to Ryan’s and coaches to harness it. It can be a good move.
Sadly WR Henry Ruggs has been charged with felony DUI as he killed another in an accident while he was under the influence.
If nothing else it’ll be a few years before he plays again and a blow to the Raiduhs.
Raiduhs just released Ruggs outright. Ruggs is up the proverbial fecal creek without a paddle.
Seen on Facebook: “Henry Ruggs is facing years in prison. But at least he’ll still be able to interact with Raider fans.”
This would be hilarious if it weren’t so true.
Well Skeebs gonna be hard to spin anything positive out of this one. Just when you think it can’t get any worse…
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