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Dolphins vs. Steelers: Monday Night Football Open Thread


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The Miami Dolphins travel to Heinz Field tonight for a match-up with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The 0-6 Fins are in full tank mode and the 2-4 Steelers are struggling with their starting quarterback out for the season.

Who do you guys think is going to win this exciting Monday Night Football contest?

What do you think about Josh Rosen being a trade target of the Bears?

This is your open thread to discuss the action!

Some more recycling at WCG makes this TNF Open Thread a SNF Open Thread.

So feel free to talk about the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs as they face off in a battle of division leaders.

While you’re here, feel free to vent about that tough Bears loss that went down against the Chargers earlier today.

Washington travels to Minnesota to face the Vikings in another exciting Thursday Night Football match-up, but this one is highlighted by a couple players taking on their former teams. Quarterback Kirk Cousins spent the first six years of his career in Washington before signing with the Vikings for a boat-load of money, and Adrian Peterson, the Vikings all time rushing leader, is still going strong in D.C. at 34 years old.

Minnesota, at 5-2, should have the edge against a 1 win Washington team that recently made a change at head coach, but they are 1-1 under Bill Callahan’s guidance.

A Minnesota win will keep the pressure on the other NFC North teams, and keep them in the driver’s seat for a playoff spot. Speaking of which, do you guys think the Vikings have what it takes to make the playoffs?

There are 10 teams at .500 or better in the NFC, including the 3-3 Bears, so can Minnesota hold on to play in the postseason?

Vote in our poll of the day and enjoy this TNF Open Thread!


Will the Vikings make the playoffs in 2019?

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