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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Thanas » 2016-12-13 08:18pm

Since Matt Elam is probably a New England double agent.....I'm gonna go with yes.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Elfdart » 2016-12-14 07:30pm

Black Monday hits L.A. three weeks early!

I always assumed Jeff Fisher had photographs of NFL higher-ups doing unnatural things with animals. How else can his career be explained?

My guess is that the 2-year extension, followed by Fisher's dismissal was NOT an example of the Rams being incompetent and incoherent, but simply a buyout to provide Fisher with a duffel bag full of Fuck You money as he retires before becoming the losingest coach in NFL history.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Elfdart » 2016-12-14 07:42pm

That said, FUCK JEFF FISHER WITH A RUSTY CATTLE PROD! His teams have always been dirty, his coaching staff is always made up of hooligans like Gregg Williams and Chuck Cecil who encourage dirty play. Shawne Merriman's career was ruined thanks to dirty hit on his knee by one of Fisher's thug players. The best highlight from the ass-kicking the Falcons put on the Rams was watching one of Fisher's hoodlum players trying to lay a dirty hit on a Falcons receiver, only to get carted off because he injured himself in the attempt.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Vain » 2016-12-14 07:46pm

Col. Crackpot wrote:Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr.

GOAT


I don't think Brady is the greatest of all time. I do think he has the best resume of all time, because he's played with the best team under the best coach. I think there are a number of guys who are as football smart as Brady and had (or have) better physical tools and would have been even more successful in New England.

That having been said, he was balling out Monday night and deserved that win. I am looking forward to getting revenge in January.

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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Col. Crackpot » 2016-12-15 10:17am

Vain wrote:
Col. Crackpot wrote:Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr.

GOAT


I don't think Brady is the greatest of all time. I do think he has the best resume of all time, because he's played with the best team under the best coach. I think there are a number of guys who are as football smart as Brady and had (or have) better physical tools and would have been even more successful in New England.

That having been said, he was balling out Monday night and deserved that win. I am looking forward to getting revenge in January.


Would you care to elaborate on the aforementioned number of great guys, all the best guys, Mr. Trump?
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Thanas » 2016-12-15 04:30pm

Unitas certainly was far more revolutionary.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Flagg » 2016-12-15 05:35pm

Vain wrote:
Col. Crackpot wrote:Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr.

GOAT


I don't think Brady is the greatest of all time. I do think he has the best resume of all time, because he's played with the best team under the best coach. I think there are a number of guys who are as football smart as Brady and had (or have) better physical tools and would have been even more successful in New England.

That having been said, he was balling out Monday night and deserved that win. I am looking forward to getting revenge in January.

Too bad they are all shitheads. Something shitty about all the star players comes to light. I man I like Rodgers and Matthews, so they are likely the Long Island serial killers. That's a joke. But even Peyton Manning has done horrid shit.
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Col. Crackpot wrote:
Vain wrote:
Col. Crackpot wrote:Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr.

GOAT


I don't think Brady is the greatest of all time. I do think he has the best resume of all time, because he's played with the best team under the best coach. I think there are a number of guys who are as football smart as Brady and had (or have) better physical tools and would have been even more successful in New England.

That having been said, he was balling out Monday night and deserved that win. I am looking forward to getting revenge in January.


Would you care to elaborate on the aforementioned number of great guys, all the best guys, Mr. Trump?


Thanas already said Unitas. Aaron Rodgers, John Elway, Fran Tarkenton, Roger Staubach. But that's just, like, my opinion, man.

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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Flagg » 2016-12-16 12:02am

Col. Crackpot wrote:
Thanas wrote:...at cheating :P


Did they cheat last night?

They cheat every night. You know damned well there's a bunker with 'Minority Report' clairvoyances predicting every play the opponents will make in the upcoming week somewhere in the greater Boston area. :P
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Skywalker4eva » 2016-12-17 07:58pm

The first team that LA had in years - SUCKS!

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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Elfdart » 2016-12-19 06:52pm

I can't for the life of me understand why a team fires a coach when the season is almost over. What's the point? It's not like the Jaguars are going to sign a new coach right away. On top of that, any candidate for an HC job now knows the ownership in Jacksonville is inept.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Phantasee » 2016-12-29 01:12am

I'm still sad about Carr's ankle.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Elfdart » 2016-12-29 07:04am

I didn't want to say anything about the Chargers-Browns game because I fucking KNEW that even though the Browns are the worst team since the 0-16 Lions, that my Chargers would find a way to shit the bed 4th and 29-style. Sure enough, that's exactly what they did.

Oh, and all these early coach firings are pissing me off (Bye bye, Rex!). One of the few things I like about the NFL nowadays is Black Monday and now the owners are ruining that, too. :banghead:
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Flagg » 2017-01-06 08:09pm

Steve Smith Sr is my new favorite retired football player.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Guardsman Bass » 2017-01-09 12:44pm

Those play-off games were mostly disappointing. Even the Packers-Giants game was only really close for the first half (although that hail mary pass right at the end of the first half was amazing - Rodgers can throw some incredibly high passes).
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Elfdart » 2017-01-12 09:54pm

Fuck you forever Dean Spanos! :finger:
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Flagg » 2017-01-12 11:39pm

Elfdart wrote:Fuck you forever Dean Spanos! :finger:

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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Flagg » 2017-01-13 05:06am

Wait, so now Las Lamejelos has 2 shitty football teams? With the Raiders of the Injured QB Hand a 4 hour drive away in Las Vegas? :lol:
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Elfdart » 2017-01-15 03:11pm

The best part is that the Raitards are the only team out of the three that has enough fans in L.A. to sell >50,000 tickets a game. It was humiliating enough to see Raider fans outnumbering Charger fans at Qaalcomm. Just wait til the Chargers start playing "home" games in Los Angeles!
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I remember when the Colts left Baltimore, when the Raitards left Oakland and L.A., when the Browns left Cleveland: there was genuine sadness and anger. When the Cardinals and Rams left St. Louis, when the Rams left L.A. and when the Oilers left Houston, the feeling was one of relief: finally she's someone else's problem now. While there's some sadness, anger and relief in San Diego, the main reaction from jilted ex-fans is laughter, as in "Holy shit Dean Spanos really is that fucking stupid!" or this gem:

Dean Spanos is the Masturbating Security Guard of NFL Owners

Nationwide, the reaction in sports media has been to tell the people of San Diego "You go, girl!" and wondering aloud how the other NFL owners could possibly allow such a clusterfuck. Namely, an NFL team not only goes where no one wants it, but in order to do so, they will be a tenant of a minor league soccer team and play "home" games in StubHubb Field, which holds maybe 25,000 people. The soccer team put out a press release saying that the Chargers and NFL were going to have to work around THEIR schedule, since minor league soccer takes precedence over the Chargers!
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Just imagine being the owner of a visiting team next season. You get around 35% of the box office take, while the home team gets the rest. Assuming tickets will average $50 each, you are looking forward to a whopping $440,000 in exchange for bringing your team to play in a soccer field in Carson. I'm thinking the other owners will try to force Spanos to sell the team.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Elfdart » 2017-01-15 03:44pm

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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Flagg » 2017-01-15 06:20pm

The best part is, everyone in that picture has a relieved smile. :lol:
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Col. Crackpot » 2017-02-06 11:06am

Atlanta hasn't had its heart ripped out like that since William Tecumseh Sherman.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby Elfdart » 2017-02-07 08:15pm

I knew the Falcons were toast with the two injury time outs. Without those, the Pats wouldn't have had time to tie the game.

One thing that has driven me nuts for many years is that late in the game, when the defensive line is gassed, the defense keeps rushing four even though they aren't getting anywhere near the QB. A coach should have the brains/balls to bite the bullet and simply drop ten men into coverage. Rex Ryan did this a few years ago and it worked. No one has done it since.
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Re: NFL 2016

Postby RogueIce » 2017-02-07 11:10pm

Can we start calling the Patriots a dynasty yet or are the butthurt anti-Pats still pulling excuses? :razz:
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Postby Col. Crackpot » 2017-02-08 05:51pm

RogueIce wrote:Can we start calling the Patriots a dynasty yet or are the butthurt anti-Pats still pulling excuses? :razz:


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