The NFL Thread

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by hutchiniho, Apr 14, 2010.

  1. Dirty Ewok

    Dirty Ewok Well-Known Member

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    The Texans O-Line looks like it did when David Carr was there....

    Jags roll up 9 sacks.
     
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  2. Romulus

    Romulus Well-Known Member

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    Oh big call there from the officials in the redskins game. eagles 13 points up
     
  3. moomin

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    LeVeon Bell and Martavius Bryant got me a combined 6.1 fantasy points..... Against the Browns. Lookin like week 1 just ain't my week.
     
  4. felmani26

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    Great to get the W at Tennessee - who'd have thought Tavecchio would be our offensive MVP?!

    Credit to the D who stepped up when it mattered.

    Bring on Gang Green!
     
  5. Dirty Ewok

    Dirty Ewok Well-Known Member

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    check that

    10 sacks by the Jags...
     
  6. felmani26

    felmani26 SC Supporter

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    Could be a long ol' day for the Colts/Tolzien...
     
  7. yankspurs

    yankspurs "We're not a selling club"

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    Ah well I got fucking wrecked this week:eek:
     
  8. beats1

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    The seahawks are an amazing story, a young team has slowly imploded all because of one play

    The Legion of Boom have been amazing but it will hurt them to see Lynch play well for the Raiders

    I can see them imploding
     
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  9. werty

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    Thank God for the Rams D/ST.
     
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  10. nidge

    nidge Sand gets everywhere!!!!! Staff

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    Really wish the Redskins had a more dynamic QB. So poor in the red zone.
     
  11. Kingellesar

    Kingellesar Well-Known Member

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    Still gutted we didn't get the win yesterday, I know it was a game Falcons were heavily favourites for but we did so well to hang in there and put ourselves in a position to win the game late on.

    Nevermind, pick ourselves up and move onto the next one.
     
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  12. WalkerboyUK

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    After losing the final pre-season game 30-0, I was expecting the worst yesterday.
    Wasn't great, but it was gritty and determined. Continue to play like that and should end up with a winning record.
     
  13. L.S.U.Yiddo

    L.S.U.Yiddo Drink responsibly. Don't spill it.

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    After yesterday's victory, Big Ben now has more wins in Cleveland than every Browns starting QB since 1999. :LOL:
     
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  14. 'O Zio

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    Was an encouraging performance in the end, took me by surprise. In the end 2 or 3 big individual errors was the difference between the two sides. Key moments probably being the complete brain-fart from the Bears' safety (name completely escaped me now) running out wide to double-mark the WR while leaving his own man completely open right up the middle for an 80+ yd TD :sour:plus at 2nd and goal in that last series Jordan Howard took his eye off the ball to look over his shoulder at the defender. If he doesn't take his eye off the ball that's the winning TD right there. Admittedly, he was wide open forever and Glennon probably should've hit him earlier but that was absolutely gutitng to watch, so close to pulling off a real upset.

    Either way, it's possibly the most fun I've had watching the Bears in a long time.
     
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  15. WalkerboyUK

    WalkerboyUK Well-Known Member

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    My 13 yr old daughter has never really watched NFL. Last nights game sucked her right in.
    First thing she said to me when I got home this evening was "when is American football next on?"
     
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  16. felmani26

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    I hope you watch it on Red Zone - by far the best way to watch it!
     
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  17. moomin

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    Wow. I thought I lost my fantasy matchup for sure. Thank you Stefon Diggs (y)
     
  18. L.S.U.Yiddo

    L.S.U.Yiddo Drink responsibly. Don't spill it.

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    Who would have guessed that at some point of the season the top four QBs would be Alex Smith, Matthew Stafford, Trevor Siemian and Sam Bradford?
     
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  19. werty

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    The Chargers must be the most heart breaking team to follow.
     
  20. DFF

    DFF Some Men Just Want To Watch The World Burn

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    I got Irma'd in real life then Moomin'd in fantasy football. No power and then losing by 0.6 points, not sure which is worse (it's no power).

    At least the Eagles won. :shifty:
     

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