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#16 FourthStooge

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Posted December 02 2012, 03:25 PM

There is a difference between defensive battles and total offensive shittiness. THe Cardinals third string QB has completed 23% of his passes. He's making Charlie Batch look good. And Sanchez, two of his three picks were terrible throws.

I thought about as much.

Oh, this is the big one! The Panthers just held the Chiefs to a 3-and-out.

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Posted December 02 2012, 03:33 PM

2nd and 19 midway through the 4th quarter and that effing Chudzinski calls a read option. Will someone just fire him now.

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Posted December 02 2012, 07:17 PM

3:00 left in the Pit/Bal game can't help but think there is a BS call coming in the Ravens favor.
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Posted December 02 2012, 10:19 PM

3:00 left in the Pit/Bal game can't help but think there is a BS call coming in the Ravens favor.


That happened in the first half. One was a very questionable P/I on Cortez Allen and there was a defensive holding call on Allen that extended a drive that resulted in a TD. The holding call was so bad, Phil Simms ALMOST said it was a bad call but took the high road and said he thinks they should let them play. I can't remember a game vs. the Ravens where they didn't get at least 2 game changing P/Is or holdings go their way.
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Posted December 02 2012, 11:03 PM

nice little seesaw battle going here. For PP's sake I hope the eagles pull it out in an OT win...that would be fun to watch and for eagles fans I imagine watching them put a stake through the Cowboys hearts (for all practical purposes..if not mathematically) would be a decent consolation prize on an otherwise shitty season.

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Posted December 02 2012, 11:09 PM

nice little seesaw battle going here. For PP's sake I hope the eagles pull it out in an OT win...that would be fun to watch and for eagles fans I imagine watching them put a stake through the Cowboys hearts (for all practical purposes..if not mathematically) would be a decent consolation prize on an otherwise shitty season.


Yeah, I'd like to see the Eagles pull one out for Andy. Plus it is always enjoyable to see Jerrah's face when his Boyz lose in palace.

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Posted December 02 2012, 11:25 PM

It's also fun to see what a walrus with indigestion looks like when his rookie RB puts it on the ground. Again.

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Posted December 02 2012, 11:32 PM

It's also fun to see what a walrus with indigestion looks like when his rookie RB puts it on the ground. Again.


Well you won't have to worry about that Walrus in the division starting next season

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Posted December 03 2012, 01:58 AM

No, probably not. Unless the walrus changes his stripes (I'm bad at animal metaphors) and starts waddling the Dallas sidelines after JJ gets bored with Garrett and 8-8 finishes.

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Posted December 03 2012, 03:57 PM

I hate it when this Eagles team gets me hoping and believing again only to crush my high...yeah, so I was drinking last night and thought there were stones to rebuild with. d-oh....nothing here to look at, keep on moving by, please.

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Posted December 03 2012, 08:57 PM

No, probably not. Unless the walrus changes his stripes (I'm bad at animal metaphors) and starts waddling the Dallas sidelines after JJ gets bored with Garrett and 8-8 finishes.


Wouldn't that be some shit if Reid ended up in Dallas? Don't think it will happen, but it would be crazy. I think Reid has enough of a rep that if he wanted to he could find a HC job as soon as next season. I could see him in KC, SD, and maybe even Tennessee.

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Posted December 04 2012, 08:29 AM

Wouldn't that be some shit if Reid ended up in Dallas? Don't think it will happen, but it would be crazy. I think Reid has enough of a rep that if he wanted to he could find a HC job as soon as next season. I could see him in KC, SD, and maybe even Tennessee.


oh man...please not KC...he would at least double and very possibly triple their win total next year and be hailed as some sort of savior at 6-10 or better and thus permeate the league for another 2-3 years without actually having improved

at least the chargers would have their fingers on the kill switch afer finally escaping the wrath of Norv Turner' blackmail.

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Posted December 04 2012, 03:11 PM

WTF? Why couldn't the Giants remember last weeks speech of play like the champions you are or whatever the make a wish kid said? They played like beasts last week and like shit last night (Yes, I bet against them last week and with them last night...ugh~!). Fucking penalties, dropped balls, no pressure....Fuck You Giants!

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