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Postby liny195 » Tue Feb 12, 2019 4:03 am
It’s time for some Week 2 football! The Cincinnati Bengals host the Baltimore Ravens to get the second week of the season underway. The game kicks off at 5:20 p.m. PT on NBC 49ers Mike Person Jersey , with Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth in the booth, and Michele Tafoya on the sideline. Both teams won their opener, making this a modestly important Week 2 matchup of NFC North rivals. The Ravens pounded the Buffalo Bills, while the Bengals held off the Indianapolis Colts.The Ravens opened as a three-point favorite for this game, but the line has narrowed down, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. You can find the line either -1 for the Ravens, a pick ‘em, or -1 for the Bengals. This morning http://www.49erscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-weston-richburg-jersey , I picked the Bengals, and I’m sticking with it. 59 percent of the online money is on the Ravens, according to OddsShark, and 78 percent of the money at William Hill establishments is on the Ravens. I think people are putting too much into their win over an awful Bills team.Ravens vs. Bengals, SNFTime: 5:20 p.m. PTLocation: Lincoln Financial FieldChannel: NFL NetworkOdds: -1 for either side We already went into detail on San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle getting onto Pro Football Focus’ Team of the Week, but they aren’t the only ones giving him praise. The league’s best are as well.Following that stupid (yes, I will still call it stupid) catch and run on Thursday Night Football, Kittle summed up the coolest thing to happen afterwards: Before the follow 49ers Richard Sherman Jersey , the only time Kittle ever spoke to Kelce was when the latter introduced himself in Week 3 when the 49ers faced the Kansas City Chiefs. Kelce is above Kittle in yards, 741 vs. 692, but the two are neck and neck with Zach Ertz (leading tight ends with 61 receptions) above the rest of the tight ends in the NFL. New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, once thought the elite of the elite in the position, is having an off year (by off we mean he’s outside of the top-5) and only O.J. Howard is coming close in any other categories. So basically, Kittle is now part of the elite tight end club. Oh and the follow wasn’t all he got, he got this as well:
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