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#1 Leroy

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Posted February 04 2018, 08:09 PM

Wow, I can't believe that monkey shit trick play worked! Go Philly!   :towel:

 

22-12, Eagles, late 2nd quarter. 




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Posted February 04 2018, 10:08 PM

Joe Montana takes the sack there or gets rid of the ball. Brady=Not the GOAT. :yep:

 

38-33, Eagels, late fourth.




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Oh, Stooge would notice ta-tas. I always notice such things, even if I were evacuating a burning building with just seconds to spare. I would have noticed had I been running from the World Trade Center as it was collapsing. Might as well die with a smile on my face. I think the saying is take time to smell the roses!


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Why we gotta treat the anus with so much nonchalance?


Stigmata

GO GATA!!!

#3 Leroy

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Posted February 04 2018, 10:19 PM

I don't really like to congratulate fans, because you know, fans don't have shit to do with it...so I'll say this: I'm happy for you, PP.  I'm happy for you.  :bff:




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Oh, Stooge would notice ta-tas. I always notice such things, even if I were evacuating a burning building with just seconds to spare. I would have noticed had I been running from the World Trade Center as it was collapsing. Might as well die with a smile on my face. I think the saying is take time to smell the roses!


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Why we gotta treat the anus with so much nonchalance?


Stigmata

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Posted February 04 2018, 10:22 PM

Gratz to the Eagles and their fans.


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Posted February 05 2018, 12:03 PM

Having a bunch of friends from Philly, I'm kinda happy for them.  Although I will be sure to give them shit about the post game destruction in the streets.  Although, I wonder if it would have been worse had the Eagles lost/ 



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Posted February 11 2018, 11:55 AM

Having a bunch of friends from Philly, I'm kinda happy for them.  Although I will be sure to give them shit about the post game destruction in the streets.  Although, I wonder if it would have been worse had the Eagles lost/ 

I have a bunch of friends and coworkers who are Eagles fans.  I had a few of them over for my annual SB party, which was also in celebration of my 50th B-day.  The whole house full of people were rooting for the Eagles.  It was a fun game if you like offense more than defense because there was very little defense being played, save for a VERY small handful of plays, but the play of the game was the strip of Brady.  

 

And for those who make it sound like the hooded one is a genius or above making a mistake, he made at least a handful in that game.  Most notably, wasting time on the last kickoff by running a trick play that failed miserably.  You know Philly was protecting against that shit.  I think he was actually out-coached in that game.


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Posted February 12 2018, 09:30 AM

I have a bunch of friends and coworkers who are Eagles fans.  I had a few of them over for my annual SB party, which was also in celebration of my 50th B-day.  The whole house full of people were rooting for the Eagles.  It was a fun game if you like offense more than defense because there was very little defense being played, save for a VERY small handful of plays, but the play of the game was the strip of Brady.  

 

And for those who make it sound like the hooded one is a genius or above making a mistake, he made at least a handful in that game.  Most notably, wasting time on the last kickoff by running a trick play that failed miserably.  You know Philly was protecting against that shit.  I think he was actually out-coached in that game.

Outcoached?  Maybe.  I just think Pederson wasn't intimidated.  He made decisions to try to win and not to play not to lose.  I always thought this years Pats team was vulnerable and not as good as past Pats teams.  I mean if you look at their roster they were totally void of play makers.  And like most games, the outcome came down to the team winning the turnover battle. 



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Posted February 13 2018, 10:55 AM

Outcoached?  Maybe.  I just think Pederson wasn't intimidated.  He made decisions to try to win and not to play not to lose.  I always thought this years Pats team was vulnerable and not as good as past Pats teams.  I mean if you look at their roster they were totally void of play makers.  And like most games, the outcome came down to the team winning the turnover battle. 

 

   Pederson did what he was supposed to do; keep pressing. When you consider all that went right for them (the first TD that could have been reversed, the trick 4th down play that could have been called for an illegal formation) it still came down to one defensive play. BB was out coached and I'd argue he is the reason why the Pats lost. They made zero in game defensive adjustments; the most obvious of which was to have inserted Butler. I don't care if he stabbed BB during the pregame warm ups that kid should have been playing in the second half. All we needed was one f'n defensive stop on either 3rd or 4th down; given what I saw from the dolts on the field I'm confident he could have made a play. Hell, even the Eagles coaching staff couldn't believe what they were seeing...they knew Rowe and his weaknesses and took advantage of them. Again, kudos to the Eagles and their fans but like XXXI,XLII, XLVI, I'm pissed that we lost a SB we could/should have won. Yup, like Leroy said...I've become a spoiled bastard.


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Posted February 13 2018, 12:45 PM

 

   Pederson did what he was supposed to do; keep pressing. When you consider all that went right for them (the first TD that could have been reversed, the trick 4th down play that could have been called for an illegal formation) it still came down to one defensive play. BB was out coached and I'd argue he is the reason why the Pats lost. They made zero in game defensive adjustments; the most obvious of which was to have inserted Butler. I don't care if he stabbed BB during the pregame warm ups that kid should have been playing in the second half. All we needed was one f'n defensive stop on either 3rd or 4th down; given what I saw from the dolts on the field I'm confident he could have made a play. Hell, even the Eagles coaching staff couldn't believe what they were seeing...they knew Rowe and his weaknesses and took advantage of them. Again, kudos to the Eagles and their fans but like XXXI,XLII, XLVI, I'm pissed that we lost a SB we could/should have won. Yup, like Leroy said...I've become a spoiled bastard.

 

 

 

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Oh, Stooge would notice ta-tas. I always notice such things, even if I were evacuating a burning building with just seconds to spare. I would have noticed had I been running from the World Trade Center as it was collapsing. Might as well die with a smile on my face. I think the saying is take time to smell the roses!


4thStooge, on when it's appropriate to check out and mentally approve of a woman's womanly assets.

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Why we gotta treat the anus with so much nonchalance?


Stigmata

GO GATA!!!

#10 Leroy

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Posted February 13 2018, 12:47 PM

I have a bunch of friends and coworkers who are Eagles fans.  I had a few of them over for my annual SB party, which was also in celebration of my 50th B-day.  The whole house full of people were rooting for the Eagles.  It was a fun game if you like offense more than defense because there was very little defense being played, save for a VERY small handful of plays, but the play of the game was the strip of Brady.  

 

And for those who make it sound like the hooded one is a genius or above making a mistake, he made at least a handful in that game.  Most notably, wasting time on the last kickoff by running a trick play that failed miserably.  You know Philly was protecting against that shit.  I think he was actually out-coached in that game.

 

Happy 50th B-Day!  :beer:




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Oh, Stooge would notice ta-tas. I always notice such things, even if I were evacuating a burning building with just seconds to spare. I would have noticed had I been running from the World Trade Center as it was collapsing. Might as well die with a smile on my face. I think the saying is take time to smell the roses!


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Why we gotta treat the anus with so much nonchalance?


Stigmata

GO GATA!!!

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Posted February 13 2018, 12:49 PM

OK, how about I don't care if he kicked him in the balls? lol


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Posted February 13 2018, 12:54 PM

OK, how about I don't care if he kicked him in the balls? lol

 

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Oh, Stooge would notice ta-tas. I always notice such things, even if I were evacuating a burning building with just seconds to spare. I would have noticed had I been running from the World Trade Center as it was collapsing. Might as well die with a smile on my face. I think the saying is take time to smell the roses!


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Why we gotta treat the anus with so much nonchalance?


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Posted February 13 2018, 01:02 PM

 

Happy 50th B-Day!  :beer:

Belated Happy 50th Ward. Ah...yoot.


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Posted February 13 2018, 09:44 PM

 

Happy 50th B-Day!  :beer:

I always know that we can count on Leroy for paying attention to the details.  Thanks man!  I appreciate that and am proud to be one of the elder statesmen of H2H.  Unlike some, or one I can think of in particular, I haven't quite lost my marbles yet.

 

And the better news that I haven't discussed on here yet is that I'm going to get married again.  This time I found the woman for me and I'm as happy as I've been in many years.  Best part is that we're going to Maui in July!!!


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Nick (Cleveland): As a Browns fan, my memories of Hines Ward will always be his [expletive] smile. There were so many times I wish someone on my beloved Browns could slap it off his face, but we never did. Now that he is retired, I can see myself always referring back to that smile. He was one of the greatest complete wide receivers I had the displeaure of watching bury my Browns year after year in his storied career. Glad to see him go out on a high note. Take care Hines! IMO, a sure fire Hall of Famer.

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Posted February 14 2018, 08:10 AM

And the better news that I haven't discussed on here yet is that I'm going to get married again.  This time I found the woman for me and I'm as happy as I've been in many years.  Best part is that we're going to Maui in July!!!

Congratulations; wish you years of marital bliss!


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