NFL Thread: Thoughts on the game south of the 49th

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Fuck Philadelphia, so go Dallas I suppose.
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Game of the weekend is Harvin's return to Minnesota
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Harvins frustration as HCRR won't allow Geno to throw the ball and consistently sees it handed off to Ivory and Johnson would be a joy to behold...

Maybe Percy will ask to go back so he can play with Bridgewater.

Interesting to see if the model fucker can get back on track in San Diego...
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Herb?

DangRunt took far too many big hits but the D did to the Eagles what D did to the Seahawks.
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Topper wrote:Herb?

DangRunt took far too many big hits but the D did to the Eagles what D did to the Seahawks.
The worst loss of the Payton-Brees era I tells ya! What a totally gutless, disgusting, embarrassing performance. No blocking, no tackling, nobody making catches.

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Something stinks in New Orleans. No leadership on defense, and Brees can't do it all on offense. Everybody used to say Brees was the heart of the team, but clearly losing/shipping out veterans like Sproles, Harper, Fujita, Vilma, De la Puente and Greer every year and replacing them with who they have been replacing them with hasn't worked.
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Gotta love Jeff Fisher's coin toss captains "do you feel lucky punk" to Snyder.
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49ers fans are setting their Colin Kaepernick jerseys on fire

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Who's got it better than the Niners now eh Jim?

I've always liked Jeff Fisher as a coach and am not surprised at the success of the Rams under his guidance.

If they just had a QB.

Thank you to the Hawks, the Boyz have a chance now, they will fuck it up but at least it is there.

LOL @ Tom Brady getting grief for sideline F-bombs.
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Ends just like most Carolina drives this season.
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Newton's 1st Law - Inertia - things are lazy

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Newton's 3rd Law - Action/Reaction
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lol

I hear the man of steel broke his back?
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herb wrote:lol

I hear the man of steel broke his back?
A T-Bone was his krytonite.
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Go Rams.

Interested to watch Fishers team tonight.

As mentioned previously the man can coach a football team.

Thank you D. Snyder.

I wanna rock indeed.
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Saints win out (Bears tonight followed by Atlanta and the Bucs) they could get two coaches fired (I think Lovie stays in TB regardless and that they will likely draft Mariota to QB the team) and win their division.

Hawks win out (Arizona on the road next week, down to their 3rd and 4th QB's but already qualified for playoffs and then the Rams at home) and the road to the SB could potentially run through Seattle once again.

Cowboys have to win out to guarantee post season and they could be on the outside looking in with 11 wins if the Eagles win out (Skins/Giants) and the Boys lose to the Colts (home next week) or the Skins (road).

The variety of post season qualifiers in both Conferences makes for an interesting final two weeks of the 2014 NFL season.

Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Cincinnati in the AFC North all have a shot (two likely to make it) and San Diego, KC and the Bills remain in the running for Wild Cards as well.

Week 17 could boast some big, big games:

Lions in Green Bay with division on line

Bengals at Steelers with division/playoffs on line

Chargers at Chiefs

Bills at Patriots

Dallas at Skins with Washington having a chance (potentially) to fuck up the Cowboys once again.


As an aside:

I really like what they are doing in Buffalo.

That D is sick.

Once again QB is the key with Orton holding down the fort until they see if Manuel is going adjust enough to be successful at this level.

Harbaugh to Oakland?

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One day this will be as exciting/entertaining as the CFL.
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