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  • NFL Preseason Pick of the Week: Detroit Lions vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Friday, Aug. 28










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  • #2
    The Lions more than likely go conservative for this game. Disguise and key evaluation period for Caldwell more than anything else. Jags trying to sell tickets probably play to win more and being at home should have the edge.

    It really is hard to get excited about the Lions laying it on anyone in the pre-season (especially on the road). BOL to all who bet pre-season. :wink

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    • #3
      I never bet preseason... good stuff Known


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      • #4
        4th and 3 and the woeful Jags go for it (instead of the field goal). This is why you don't bet pre-season, lol.:homersimpson

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        • #5
          Originally posted by KnownUnknown View Post
          4th and 3 and the woeful Jags go for it (instead of the field goal). This is why you don't bet pre-season, lol.:homersimpson


          Exactly...


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          • #6
            Even with the Jags score here it will be hard to be too confident in their winning the game. Detroit's back-ups are better than the Jags scrubs. You have to hope that Detroit plays conservative and the Jags really play for the win. The weather may be their greatest defensive asset, lol.:mumbley

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            • #7
              Preseason you never know for sure


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              • #8
                Originally posted by Dirty View Post
                Preseason you never know for sure
                That's exactly why I can never understand cappers/bettors who are so confident about betting pre-season games as a really viable option. :hairflame

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                • #9
                  Here's one tidbit about Lions coach Caldwell that has me perplexed. He seems to think that Dan Orlovsky is a better back-up QB than Kellen Moore.

                  He is dead wrong on that assessment. Moore plays with more poise, reads the field better and is a more accurate passer. Caldwell seems to be more blinded by the physical advantages Orlovsky possesses than reading the real skill and ability of the two players. :choke

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                  • #10
                    I watched this game with a purpose and I'm still completely amazed that I was able to make it through the entire thing. I certainly would have serious reservations about betting these games. God bless those of you who believe its a good idea. LOL ee

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by KnownUnknown View Post
                      Here's one tidbit about Lions coach Caldwell that has me perplexed. He seems to think that Dan Orlovsky is a better back-up QB than Kellen Moore.

                      He is dead wrong on that assessment. Moore plays with more poise, reads the field better and is a more accurate passer. Caldwell seems to be more blinded by the physical advantages Orlovsky possesses than reading the real skill and ability of the two players. :choke


                      Just a gut feeling many times and play on the field doens't determine it.. It is how the team reacts.. you dn't want a team revolting against your QB


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                      • #12
                        Interesting way of seeing it Dirty- coach Caldwell does seem very much like a players coach. This year should show quite a bit about his ability as a coach who has to overcome challenge and game plan effectively. It will be much more challenging for him to get the W's (imo). :wink

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                        • #13
                          Caldwell is the most calm and unemotional coach I've ever seen.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by The General View Post
                            Caldwell is the most calm and unemotional coach I've ever seen.
                            That's true General and somtimes it makes me wonder if he has what it takes to get to the higher level that Lions fans have been waiting for (forever).

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                            • #15
                              He didn't have it in Indy and he had a pretty darn good team.

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