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Broncos Vs 49ers the Game to Watch in Week 7 of the NFL Regular Season

The Denver Broncos seem always look great throughout the NFL Regular Season and it same story for now. In Week 7, the Broncos will face the San Francisco 49ers. This is definitely the game to watch in Week 7 of the NFL Regular Season. Everyone will look for the Peyton Manning to break Brett Favre’s Career touchdown record of 508 touchdowns. Peyton needs 3 touchdown passes to break the record. It would be great to break the record in front of the home-crowd

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How the NFL Undefeated and the Winless will do in Week 4 of NFL Regular Season

Going into Week 4 of the NFL Regular Season, the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, and the Philadelphia Eagles are the only teams still undefeated. Eagles received a slight scare from the Kirk Cousins’ led Washington Redskins, but Philadelphia held on to win by the score of 37-34. The Eagles will have to face a struggling San Francisco 49ers team in Week 4. The same 49ers’ team was defeated by Arizona by the score of 23-14. Both the Bengals and Cardinals Arizona can rest easy for moment as Week 4 will be a Bye Week for both teams.

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Games to Watch in Week 3 of the NFL Regular Season

Week 3 of NFL Regular Season

Week 3 of NFL Regular Season begins tonight with Tampa Bay Buccaneers versus Atlanta Falcons. The Bucs will be looking for their first victory of the NFL season. Everyone eyes will be on the Sunday’s clash between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle. Peyton and the Broncos should be looking for some big payback for the blowout Super Bowl victory by Seattle. Seahawks will be looking to bounce back from being defeated by the San Diego Chargers in Week 2 of the NFL Regular Season.

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Cowboys Win First Game in NFL Week 2 with a Good Running Attack

In NFL Week 2, the Dallas Cowboys went back to the old school ways of winning football games to get their first win of the NFL Regular Season. Cowboys ran the ball and thanks to DeMarco Murray’s 167 yards rushing along with 1 touchdown. The running game is secondary to the lethal passing games in the NFL, but if you take look the Cowboys have flourished when they had a balanced attack. Think back to when Troy Aikman handed the ball off to Emmitt Smith or go further back when Tony Dorsett was the star tailback. The Cowboys are better when they are running the ball well.

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Learn More about Upsets, RGIII is he the Franchise QB, and Detroit Playing With Discipline

Week 2 of the NFL Regular Season, you know I have my eye on the Dallas Cowboys versus the Houston Texans. Cowboys should be able to get their first win if they can limit their turnovers. Dez Bryant needs to have a big game and Demarco Murray minus any fumbles needs to have another solid performance to secure the Cowboys’ first win.

Now I must say I found this video below quite interesting because of few statements that were made. It is not really about the upsets that the experts picked but the statement regarding RGIII and the Detroit Lions. Washington Redskins like Dallas are also looking for their first win of the NFL Regular season. A few people in the video are wondering if RGIII is the right fit for the Redskins.

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Why the Pittsburgh Steelers Should Defeat the Baltimore Ravens in NFL Week 2

The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens have the Early Bird Game in the NFL Week 2. Yes, it is Thursday night and the Ravens will look to win their first game of the season after losing in Week 1 to the Cincinnati Bengals 23-16. Steelers’ will try to spoil the Ravens first game in front of the home crowd. Ben Roethlisberger was solid in the Steelers’ win over Cleveland in NFL Week 1 with 365 passing yards, 1 touchdown, and he completed 67.6 percent of his passes. He only threw 1 pick in their narrow 30-27 victory. The Baltimore-Pittsburgh is an AFC North rivalry game; therefore, you should expect some hard hits from both defenses.

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Cowboys Lose Season-Opener Makes Dallas Head Coaching Job little less Secure

With the 49ers defeating the Dallas Cowboys 28-17, you already hear the countdown for a new head coach. I will never say Garrett is the problem or the only problem that Dallas has because everyone knows it is not. A loss in the first game does not help job-security. I am the first to say a loss is a loss and there is no sugar-coating the fact. Around the Net, I hear Tony Romo was rusty. He did show signs of a long layoff. Let me just say, check the offensive line of the Dallas Cowboys, they allowed Romo to get sacked 3 times. The Cowboys’ line has been problematic for years now and what Jerry Jones have tried when attempting to fix it has not worked. As the season goes forward, you should expect more defenses putting Romo on his back.

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How the Dallas Cowboys Can Defeat the San Francisco 49ers

Dallas Cowboys open up the 2014 NFL Regular Season against the San Francisco 49ers. A great test for the Cowboys right out of the gate. Things the Cowboys’ fans want to see are how well have Dallas D improved. It has to make giant leaps forward to stop the 49ers and improve on a 8-8 record from last season. It dd niot matter what opposing offenses tried againd the defense it seemed to work. Last season near the bottom of league against the run and pass, it is last year and the pitful performance should not be repeated.

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Why the Seattle Seahawks Look Good to Repeat As Super Bowl Champs

Seattle Seahawks won their first Super Bowl in 2013, but no one cares about last season’s accomplishments. The other 31 NFL Teams will look to make sure there will not be a repeat performance for the 2014 NFL Football season. However, Seahawks look ready for anyone standing in their way at another run at the Super Bowl. NFL threw one of the tougher schedules at reigning Super Bowl Champs, but no tears from anyone or team. Seahawks can handle it.

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Why J.J Watt The Highest Paid Defensive Player Will Be Better in the 2014 Regular Season

J.J. Watt the highest paid defensive player in the league with $100 million six year contract with the Houston Texans. The $51.8 million is guaranteed. Watt has been the one of the best defensive player since being selected 11tj in the 2011 NFL Draft. His numbers definitely justifies the big contract. Thus far Watt has 36.5 sacks in his career.

How much scarier does Watt become if Jadeveon Clowney lives up to the hype coming out of South Carolina. I could actually see him surpassing 22.5 sacks most sacks in a season held by Michael Strahan. When you consider he came pretty darn close in 2012 with 20.5. I know offensive blocking schemes will always beware of both Clowney and Watt, but Clowney could make Watt job of getting to the quarterback a lot easier. Clowney is a rookie blessed with great athleticism but he will have take lumps learning how to excel in the Texans system and exploiting blocking schemes that opposing offenses will throw at him.

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