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Old 22.04.2015, 03:07 PM
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Three consecutive road games (Bucs, Panthers and Jags) that I was looking at. Too bad they've shoved it in December when I can't get the time off. May have to rearrange and head for the Saints and Titans road games instead.
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Old 22.04.2015, 03:41 PM
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Looks like a pretty favourable schedule for us. Our only game against a team coming off a bye is on the road to Atlanta in week 11. Even then we also have a bye the week before that one, so it doesn't really matter. Also we get 10 days to prepare for New England at home. The only other game against a team with an extended period of time to prepare for us (Saints, 10 days) is at home.


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Old 22.04.2015, 05:33 PM
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Lol lol lol lol, guess i wont watch the game now and may not even get game pass unless your willing to break down each game for me so I can justify buying game pass or not
Why buy game pass when theres streams available everywhere? That's what I've been doing. Am out in the States for those games anyway
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Old 22.04.2015, 05:48 PM
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Why buy game pass when theres streams available everywhere? That's what I've been doing. Am out in the States for those games anyway
I was only joking based on your cutting analysis of the said games, I'm sure you will enjoy both games if you allow yourself to of course
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Old 22.04.2015, 05:49 PM
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Hoping to go to Pats @ Giants in November, will be my first Pats road game (been to Gillette 3 times)
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Old 22.04.2015, 05:54 PM
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Tampa Bay's schedule is OK, expect to be competitive in it anyway. For some reason there's a pattern of two home games and two road games for a large part of the season and there's some tough road games in there but if we can remain competitive for the majority of the season and show improvement that would be great to see.

Jacksonville however, have an extremely tough schedule. Three road games in a row near the start of the season. Having to go to places like New England, New Orleans, Indianapolis and Baltimore means we're really going to have to perform to get a decent record this season.

And of course there's Week 5, Jacksonville at Tampa Bay. Can never really root for either team against the other and just hope they produce a competitive entertaining game.
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Old 22.04.2015, 06:30 PM
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Best quote for airfare is Saturday to Friday of that week, £600, fingers crossed for a packers home game on the 22/11 and I'll go to 2 otherwise I might just go anyway and sit in a packers bar and watch the game.
Wednesday to Saturday is £600 (to Manchester) but you have a day in Chicago on way home so more expense. A bit cheaper if you can leave Green Bay on Sunday.

Think I'm going to Cowboys game mid December, proper Packers weather !!

Good luck with whatever you do
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Old 22.04.2015, 07:37 PM
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Looking at that schedule.. I can see the 9ers going 0-8 to start..
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Old 22.04.2015, 07:40 PM
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Looking at that schedule.. I can see the 9ers going 0-8 to start..
They do start off at home to the Vikings, but after that things turn ugly. Still, going 0-8 will take some doing.
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Old 22.04.2015, 09:26 PM
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Glad we got @ Steelers in first 4 weeks so that Bell is still suspended. The road games early are a bit of a worry considering the offensive issues we have atm.

But otherwise 10 wins is certainly achievable.
Bell's only suspended for 3 games mate.
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