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Ilistentomusic 05-08-2011 03:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Thrice (Post 516509)
Season just started what do you think?
Who do you like?

Bills fan here.

I like the Seattle Seahawks they are awesome.

Thrice 05-12-2011 03:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Boozinbloozin (Post 1049872)
Im simply floored by the Cowboys decision to waste a number one pick on a tackle. Just one more example why we cant ever seem to our ducks in a row. What the hell are they thinking really? I didnt get to see the draft as it happened but when i turned on Nfl network the next day and saw it flash across the bottom. I rolled my eyes and just thought to myself...theres no end to our demise. Lets just completley ignore the fact that every team in the NFL can throw the ball down the field on Dallas. Also every team knows that and ever team does!!! Jesus Christ stop the bleeding already Jerry!! Because Romo the effin homo get hot his poor little shoulder seperated you felt that the line was more urgent or what? I dont know who's calling the shots on the draft but there couldnt have been a worse one for the Cowboys.

That's funny, everyone else in the world knows JJ calls every shot.

Bloozcrooz 05-16-2011 03:40 PM

Man I have to give props to my boy Ocho for giving it a shot. He failed misierably of course but hey....he tried. It was good for some laughs and I really dont know what the purpose of the whole stunt was. Maybe he just wanted to see if he could do it. Or maybe in relation to his fake spanish name....this was as close as he could get to "the running of the bulls" Whatever the case maybe better luck next time Ocho-Cinco. Im not sure who the guy standing beside Ocho is but he kinda looks like Ty Murry...a 7 time pro bull riding world champion. He has a ranch down around Stephenville Tx. somewhere. Anyway the look on whoevers face that is... is priceless when hes looking at Ocho Cinco. Something like "this guy has lost his marbles and has no chance"



In other news am I mistaken or did I hear that Roger Goodell quit? What? This could be a good thing or this could be a terrible thing for football. Im not quite sure how to perceive it yet but someone needs to get on the ball with this whole lockout issue. Im to the point where I dont give a **** whos right or wrong just get the **** solved. Americans need their football fix and its ****ing things up a lot with all the lockout rules that are in effect this offseason.

As I was watching Espn earlier analysts are saying the Nfc is pretty much up for grabs between only two teams. The Bears and the Pack..true enough the Pack did win the Super Bowl and will definatley be a contender but have they forgotten about Philly and Atlanta? Not to mention the teams that come out of nowhere every year and suprise everyone....like the pack did last year. The Cowboys are never completley out of anything and lets not forget New Orleans slaughtered the draft this year. Along with Tampa showing signs of life last year I think the Nfc is anyones conference to have. One team that was a bad call away from a win almost every game last year was Detroit as well. Philly's main problem was keeping their linebackers healthy and productive and they drafted two more to solve that problem if im not mistaken. So I wouldnt go banking everything I had on the Bears and the Pack just yet guys.

One more topic that never really appealed to me was this whole hard knocks thing. Where they keep a camera crew on sight during all of training camp and throughout practices. Dallas did it a couple of years ago and I think the Jets did it last year. I think its just a distraction myself

Thom Yorke 05-21-2011 09:51 AM

I've noticed that Ponder comes across unbelievably well in interviews and seems VERY intelligent. Always a good thing to have with a QB/team leader. Let's hope it's more of the same with playing ability.

Bloozcrooz 05-29-2011 07:41 AM

Despite Rays former off the field issues from years ago. He has proven to be over the years one of the best linebackers to ever play the game. Season after season this guy continues to be dominate as if he's immune to ageing. Ive never really been a fan of his or disliked him really. He's just one of those guys you worry about when your team play the Ravens. Cause you know he's going to disrupt your offense when he's on the field. However after watching this interview and hearing his thoughts and perspective on the lockout issue. I have a new found respect for the guy and wish the rest of the league (players and owners) would take on his attitude and mentality. So far he seems to be the only one ive heard seem genuine at all about putting personal agendas aside and just getting a deal done to salvage the season. Maybe a little bit of what he's sayng will rub off on some of the other powers at be and we can look forward to another year of great football. Heres Ray with his thoughts on the lockout.


Thom Yorke 06-01-2011 09:09 AM

^Even as a Canadian I cannot bring myself to watch the CFL.

debaserr 07-28-2011 01:42 PM

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Originally Posted by ESPN
Albert Haynesworth is headed to the Patriots from the Redskins, Adam Schefter reports. The price: a 2013 fifth-round draft pick.

Fuck me... They have to be the favorites now, he's gonna play hard for them.

Dirty 07-28-2011 03:48 PM

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Originally Posted by eric generic (Post 1089849)
Fuck me... They have to be the favorites now, he's gonna play hard for them.

Patriot haters have to admit that Bilichek is a true genius. The Pats always make the smartest moves in the draft and free agency. Great move in my opinion. Basically no risk and HUGE reward potential. If Haynesworth gives a ****, think about Wilfork and Haynesworth clogging that middle :yikes::yikes::yikes:

I already can't wait for Jets-Pats games.

Bane of your existence 07-28-2011 05:17 PM

Adding Ochocinco and Haynesworth doesn't seem like a great move to me. I guess if anyone can get them to shut up and play it'd be Bilicheck, but I just think don't think it was wise.

debaserr 07-28-2011 07:02 PM

When has a move like this ever hurt the Pats? Sometimes it's not a huge win but it always works in their favor. I'm not so sure about Ocho, but Haynesworth is an absolute beast. Their D is really good now.


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