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เว็บแทงบอล The NFL regular season officially kicks off on Thursday when Green Bay travels to Seattle to take on the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks. Shutdown Corner will be previewing everything to come all week, capped off by our awards and Super Bowl predictions on Thursday.

Here are the post-preseason power rankings, updating the initial rankings from four weeks ago, which will be otherwise known as “How could I have known the Bears defense was still going to be this bad?”

เว็บแทงบอล SBOBET Chicago (seventh in the initial rankings) looked putrid against Seattle in its third preseason game, when the starters play the most. The Bears didn’t look all that great in the second preseason game at home against Jacksonville either. You’d think that a defense that signed ends Lamarr Houston, Jared Allen and Willie Young, drafted tackles Ego Ferguson and Will Sutton, and cornerback Kyle Fuller, and got linebackers D.J. Williams and Lance Briggs back from injury would be better than last season’s horrible unit. It definitely didn’t look that way.

สมัคร GClub Casino Aldon Smith gets nine-game suspension

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GClub After the NFL admitted it went too light on Baltimore running back Ray Rice with its punishment, you didn’t want to be the next major name up for suspension from commissioner Roger Goodell.

Stinks for you, Aldon Smith.

สมัคร GClub Smith, the 49ers’ outside linebacker and best pass rusher, was given a harsh nine-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy and its substance abuse policy, a big blow that will affect a San Francisco team with Super Bowl hopes. It’s possible the 49ers could be without All-Pro players Smith and inside linebacker NaVorro Bowman, who is coming back from a serious knee injury, for the first half of the season.