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post #121 of 144
Dalton...thats my Quarterback...in fantasy.
My team QB is still Carrbage indifferent.gif

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post #122 of 144
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Man yall better bring Barth back.
Him and his brother are good dudes. But I'm hearing that Lovies scheme is hindering Lavonte

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post #123 of 144
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Atlanta will eventually choke and their fans will be MIA per usual.

How's Deandre Jordan working out for ya?

Glad to have him back pimp.gif
post #124 of 144
the feels in this thread laugh.giflaugh.gif

Falcons and Panthers impressing me early in the season ; both playing much better than people expected

Eagles and Ravens . what a joke

Gurley already playing like a veteran with how he ended the game yesterday

Jags and Vikings mean.gifindifferent.gif

Giants about to win the NFC East . team could be 4-0 right now

Broncos keep winning by the skin of their teeth and people have them top 5 . interesting . someone mentioned how the Panthers haven't played anyone yet ? the combined record of the teams the Broncos beat is 4-11 vs the Panthers 4-12 eyes.gif
post #125 of 144
You gotta love the tension between NFL Fans during the season laugh.gif

Couglin was on the hot seat and now might win the division down the line. It never fails. They might as well put him on the hot seat every year because that seems to be the only way the Giants will win.

I dont think Lovie has won a home game yet. He needs to be fired along with that kicker they have

Elway literally built the best defense around Peyton and Wade Phillips as DC is abusing teams

The Rams are nice but they need to stop letting games slip away from teams they should of beaten.

Pagano is an idiot.He almost cost us the game. Cant believe we won that after two missed field goals.




Bums of the Week:

1. Kaepernick for the 2nd time. You can see him on the sideline gazing and knowing the jig is up on him. Boldin was spazzing on the sideline numerous times. He should call Kaep out... laugh.gif at Clay Matthews statement to Kaep on the field.

2. The whole Texans squad.
post #126 of 144
Hot Take time:

Megatron has always been overrated. Certain people on here have hyped him as the GOAT since Georgia Tech and he has all the tools, build skill you could ever want, just doesn't have that it factor that certain greats (Fitz, Jerry, TO) had. I know teams win games and not individual players, not even QB's but I just never see that extra gear with that guy. Maybe than's penalizing him for making everything look so easy but just my two cents.
post #127 of 144
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hmmmmm laugh.giflaugh.gif
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post #129 of 144
post #130 of 144
laugh.gif sound like Skip Bayless posting
post #131 of 144
Didn't know you could have a 300 yard receiving game without having "it" laugh.gif. All you need is to check his stats to see that he stacks up well against some all time greats. That's with him being the number 1 option on a bad squad for most of his career as well,he might not be the GOAT but he's aguably the best of his generation imo.
post #132 of 144
He's a Hall of Famer...As I said. He's arguably the most complete reciever ever toolset wise. With that being said, if I need a WR for one game, I'm not sure he's in my top 5 of guys that I would pick.

This isn't a response to him being bad, it's a response to the people that hyped him as the GOAT before he set foot on an NFL football field (there were those people).
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He's a Hall of Famer...As I said. He's arguably the most complete reciever ever toolset wise. With that being said, if I need a WR for one game, I'm not sure he's in my top 5 of guys that I would pick.

This isn't a response to him being bad, it's a response to the people that hyped him as the GOAT before he set foot on an NFL football field (there were those people).

Honestly, outside of Jerry Rice...you can lump Calvin Johnson in with any other WR that you'd consider #2. He's right there, IMO, with T.O., Fitzgerald, Moss, etc. Just not on the same level as Rice.

Not to mention that Johnson just turned 30...still a long way to go in his career. Don't know if he'll ever eclipse 150+ TDs, but he'll be up there, and possibly finish #2 in career yards.
post #134 of 144
I'll admit that during his unstoppable stretch a few years back, I did believe that he could maybe wind up as the GOAT when it was all said and done but injuries slowed him down a lot. Now it looks a lot less likely obviously but he'd probably still be in my top 5.
post #135 of 144
Put him on the pats or green bay and we'll see all that lost a stepped crap cut out
post #136 of 144
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Put him on the pats or green bay and we'll see all that lost a stepped crap cut out

I agree. I remember people were saying the same about Randy Moss.

Its kinda scary if you think about it that Megatron would probably be the GOAT if he had a competent QB and squad.

This is all but and what if's though
post #137 of 144

Is it crazy to state that the QB position hasnt caught up with the other positions in terms of talent. So many great offensive players with below to ****** QB's. And the game is designed to prtoect these QB's.

 

Any insight would be appreciated. 

post #138 of 144
What's everyones take on the Detroit ending?

I live and work in the Detroit area, and Im hearing all kinds of excuses. My coworker pulled up a rule on his phone that its illegal to punch the ball...i about lost it.

The pushing the ball out the endzone is a judgement call, but to me, the Seahawks made the play to win the game, to have it given to the lions on that b s unheard of call seems silly.

But just wanna know what yall think?
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post #139 of 144
I thought it was one of the most beautiful plays in the history of this generation.
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post #140 of 144
Considering Pete Carroll even said that Wright broke the rules and knocked it out of bounds, there's really nothing else that needs to be said.
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post #141 of 144
Crying no tears.

I mean KJ could have just fallen on the ball just as easily, both the action and the no call were a result of no one knowing what the rule was.

Plus we won
post #142 of 144
It over with and Seattle won, so who cares laugh.gif
post #143 of 144
^Detroit fans. That loss put the nail in the coffin for their season.
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post #144 of 144
Tough luck tripping and falling into that coffin then.
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