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#1 SoCal

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Posted November 01 2012, 12:14 PM

Tonight's game sucks...or at least the match up seems to make me think that. So tune in because it will probably be a good game. lmao! How the hell are the Chargers giving up that many points. Re-cockulous!

Has GB built its way back into the hearts of the bookies...and Zona just doens't get any respect. Sheesh. I know Zona has to travel East and all. I guess the Pack are back!

I like Detroit, Chicago and Denver this week on the road.

Seattle is playing at home and I think they beat Minny.

Can TB go into Oakland and win a game? I think not.

Parity...leaves me looking forward to most of these week 9 games. There are some really good match-ups on paper. There are some blow out but you know when the whistle blows to start the game...ya just never know.

I think Philly get a win in Nawlins...why? dunno...just a feeling!

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Posted November 01 2012, 12:38 PM

I think there might be a rushing yard or two gained in that Seattle/Minnesota game.

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Posted November 01 2012, 12:52 PM

At least I can't be maddened/saddened/disappointed this week.

And yeah, tonight's game does suck. Watch the Hokies-Hurricanes on ESPN instead. I'll be there.

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Posted November 01 2012, 01:36 PM

I'm intriguied by tonight's match up. A SD loss could mean a new coach and GM as soon as next week.

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Posted November 02 2012, 12:09 PM

KC made SD look like a playoff caliber team...wow, KC is really really bad.

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Posted November 02 2012, 12:18 PM

KC made SD look like a playoff caliber team...wow, KC is really really bad.


I think they are even noticeably worse than the Panthers. I mean, San Diego left the door open for them to steal that one. Especially Rivers dipshit interception at the end of the first half.

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Posted November 02 2012, 12:25 PM

As far as the Chiefs. I think it is time to fire Pioli. Look at the decisions he made. Tyson Jackson and Glenn Dorsey, both top 10 picks have been average at best. And then there is the signing to a big contract of one Matt Cassel. At the time, because I though so highly of Pioli, I questioned myself saying, "man, Cassel must be better than I think for a great GM like Pioli to sign him to that contract". After the first half of this season, I've drawn a different conclusion,........ Pioli is a bad GM.

If I were Hunt, I'd do all I can to keep Romeo even if it's just as a DF CO.

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Posted November 02 2012, 12:28 PM

As far as the Chiefs. I think it is time to fire Pioli. Look at the decisions he made. Tyson Jackson and Glenn Dorsey, both top 10 picks have been average at best. And then there is the signing to a big contract of one Matt Cassel. At the time, because I though so highly of Pioli, I questioned myself saying, "man, Cassel must be better than I think for a great GM like Pioli to sign him to that contract". After the first half of this season, I've drawn a different conclusion,........ Pioli is a bad GM.

If I were Hunt, I'd do all I can to keep Romeo even if it's just as a DF CO.


Where is the wave of Pats fans rushing to defend Cassel? I could have sworn they were here just a season ago.

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Posted November 02 2012, 04:13 PM

As far as the Chiefs. I think it is time to fire Pioli. Look at the decisions he made. Tyson Jackson and Glenn Dorsey, both top 10 picks have been average at best. And then there is the signing to a big contract of one Matt Cassel. At the time, because I though so highly of Pioli, I questioned myself saying, "man, Cassel must be better than I think for a great GM like Pioli to sign him to that contract". After the first half of this season, I've drawn a different conclusion,........ Pioli is a bad GM.

If I were Hunt, I'd do all I can to keep Romeo even if it's just as a DF CO.


Really? He seems less charismatic than Art Shell and Rod Marinelli put together.


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Posted November 02 2012, 04:15 PM

Really? He seems less charismatic than Art Shell and Rod Marinelli put together.


Oddly, though, he's the same size as Art Shell and Rod Marinelli put together.

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Posted November 02 2012, 09:38 PM

Really? He seems less charismatic than Art Shell and Rod Marinelli put together.


He's like Wade Philips. I dont think he is cut out for a HC, but the guy knows DF.

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Posted November 02 2012, 09:56 PM

I think the NFL should move the Steelers/Giants game to another site. I think it's ridiculous to play a game in an area that's been recently devastated by a storm and is in the midst of a clean up effort.
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Posted November 02 2012, 10:04 PM

I think the NFL should move the Steelers/Giants game to another site. I think it's ridiculous to play a game in an area that's been recently devastated by a storm and is in the midst of a clean up effort.


I agree. It should at least be pushed back until Monday. THey've done it before. Just goes to show you how much influence the TV networks have. It is sweeps week and CBS had made this the show case game and the only 4 o'clock broad cast. Follow the money. It's despicable. Not that pushing the game back to Monday would solve all the problems, but it would buy more time which is what is needed now to recover from this disaster.

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Posted November 04 2012, 01:37 PM

My gawd. The Panthers actually have running backs running the football.

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Posted November 04 2012, 01:51 PM

what a bizarre ass game Chicago-Tennessee is so far

a pick 6, a blocked punt TD, and a good punt return of a short kick that set them up 1st and goal...
and then just for the cherry of odd on top, a safety the other way

*edit* and this just in, a fumble recovery deep in Tenn territory ande another TD...(my condolences if you are up against someone playing Chicago's D/ST in fantasy this week...at this rate they may score 60 points in my league)


technically the Bears have scored every point in this game.

the Bears have more points than yards passing

generally thats a recipe for humilation but they are kicking some ass




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