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  • Sunday's impressions:

    - No matter the situation, New England will always compete as long as they have Brady behind center and Belechik on the sidelines. They looked dynamite.

    - Cincy's problems won't be at WR or Defense this year, it will be at QB. Carson is not the QB he used to be.

    - Jason Campbell has a worse o-line than he did last year in Washington. Kinda feel for the kid.

    - Alex Barron did make a bone-headed play, but still that is not all that cost Dallas the game (Turnover that led to Washington's only TD with no time at the end of the half)? Missed FG, not being able to convert?

    - Matthew Stafford is injury prone and the Lions still have not solved their o-line Problems.

    - Speaking of the Lions, as many fans can complain, but rules are rules. That was the right call to rule it incomplete.

    - Houston is for real and ready to make that next step.

    - Bob Sanders should just retire. He can't stay healthy.

    - Either two things are going to happen for Chris Johnson:
    1) he is going to be a nightmare all season and easily break the single season rushing record
    2)27 carries? He might ware down. Not a back that can take that much punishment.

    - Chad Henne is overrated. Was blown up in pre-season, but didnt do anything impressive in the pre-season nor the today.

    - It seems to me that Matt Ryan hasn't taken that next step. Looked awful in pre-season and didn't move the offense against an old steelers defense. Also, word of advice, don't stare down your WR when Polamalu is in a 10-15 yd radius. You should know he's a ball hawk.

    - Eli Manning is overrated! 3 int's against one of the youngest and most inexperienced team in the league? I thought this guy was supposed to be an "elite " QB?

    - Seattle was the most shocking team. Are they that good or was it the fact that new coach, home game, and just that fired up that they caught the consensus favorite to win the West sleeping on them? We'll find out.

    - Speaking of the West, it seems to me that even the Rams can win this division.

    - Eagles have a QB controversy. I never liked the decision to go with Kolb and think Vick will open up the running game for this offense.

    - Josh McDaniels ruined that Denver Broncos team. He went from Jay Cutler, Tony SChefler, Brandon Marshall to Kyle Orton, Jabar Gaffney, and ...? Sure Demaryous Thomas might be special, but remember, this isn;t New England Josh. You don't have Tom Brady!

    - Randy Moss needs to shut his mouth.

    - Jake Delhome's fantastic pre-season was a fluke.

    - Despite a few bad throws, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense can move the ball down the field with ease.

    - Fitzgerald was targeted 15 times, only caught 3 balls. Derek Anderson, you ARE THAT BAD?

    - Sam Bradford showed signs and I think he's gonna be a good one. But Rams coaching staff, was it necessary for him to attempt 55 passes? he's a rookie, and you have Steven Jackson, plus you were leading most of the game. Come on now.

    - Alex Smith is a BUST! (bet those 49ers are regretting on passing up Rodgers back in 2005).

  • #2
    Rams couldn't beat an AZ team that fumbled 7 times, they have no shot at winning the division

    and yes DA is that bad
    Last edited by fenikz; 09-13-2010, 12:29 AM.

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    • #3
      Way to check a boxscore and make an assumption. All 3 int's that Eli threw were good passes that the Wr's deflected since they couldn't catch for LKJASDHLKJHDKJLHDLKHLKASLKJHFJKLHKLSHKLDHKJKASDKLW WHDL. Eli was money all day.
      Last edited by njx9; 09-13-2010, 07:13 AM.
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      • #4
        This is one of the sloppiest opening days I've seen; I wonder why that is? Ds have been completely worn out at the end of a number of games, tons of injuries, Brady was the only really good QB to play well, and a lot of teams failed to live up to expectations (Vikings, Saints, Colts, Bengals, 49ers, Falcons, Dallas, Green Bay.) Interesting to see if the Monday night teams, all of whom (save the Chiefs) have very high expectations for this year.

        Three teams that are used to playing from ahead in their respective divisions are suddenly playing from holes and looked awful (Vikings, Colts, Dallas to be exact.)


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        • #5
          Originally posted by Giantsfan1080 View Post
          Way to check a boxscore and make an assumption. All 3 int's that Eli threw were good passes that the Wr's deflected since they couldn't catch for sh*t. Eli was money all day.
          Truth. I watched every play of that game and was incredibly impressed with Eli.

          All three of his picks literally bounced off his receivers hands into the air for easy picks. All three throws were right on the money.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Sportsfan486 View Post
            This is one of the sloppiest opening days I've seen; I wonder why that is? Ds have been completely worn out at the end of a number of games, tons of injuries, Brady was the only really good QB to play well, and a lot of teams failed to live up to expectations (Vikings, Saints, Colts, Bengals, 49ers, Falcons, Dallas, Green Bay.) Interesting to see if the Monday night teams, all of whom (save the Chiefs) have very high expectations for this year.

            Three teams that are used to playing from ahead in their respective divisions are suddenly playing from holes and looked awful (Vikings, Colts, Dallas to be exact.)
            Opening day is usually pretty sloppy. But I think it's a sign to the cupcake training camps teams run nowadays.

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            • #7
              I would agree about CJ waring down, but one thing he does have going for him is he doesn't take big hits.
              Credit to BoneKrusher for the Sig
              RIP themaninblack

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              • #8
                I would agree about CJ waring down, but one thing he does have going for him is he doesn't take big hits.
                Hasn't taken big hits, it only takes one though.

                I love him though, I think that Vince takes away a lot of pressure on him as teams have to account for his legs as well which creates that bit of space to help him minimise contact and break big gainers.

                Also, is it me or has Randy clearly lost a step or 3, that sideline catch was a TD as little as a year ago I reckon.


                Props to BK on the sig!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by bucfan12 View Post
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                  - Josh McDaniels ruined that Denver Broncos team. He went from Jay Cutler, Tony SChefler, Brandon Marshall to Kyle Orton, Jabar Gaffney, and ...? Sure Demaryous Thomas might be special, but remember, this isn;t New England Josh. You don't have Tom Brady!
                  What are you talking about? We went from an 8-8 team pre McDaniels to a 8-8 team since. McDaniels has ruined the fantasy impact of the Denver Broncos, but the team is just as good as they used to be.

                  Missing Cutler and Marshall is far from the problem. Orton, Gaffney, Lloyd and Royal played great today (and why do people talk about Scheff as if he is an elite TE????). Any offensive woes were totally on the o-line today, as well as Buck's fumble in the red zone and an innate ability for our special teams to make sure we have the worst possible starting field position. Clady coming off injury, new LG, rookie C, and rookie RT. There was only one fully healthy lineman from last year.

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                  • #10
                    At least the new Broncos play defense.
                    **** her in da *****!

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                    • #11
                      A few things I noticed today:

                      1) Peyton Manning is the scariest QB in the league, period. Houston destroyed Indy's O-line, and Peyton still had a monster day, stat-wise. I am a die-hard Texans fan, but I couldn't help but feel bad for the guy. He came to play, and the rest of his team didn't, and you could see the frustration in his eyes.

                      2) Vince Young looks to have finally grown into a top-notch QB. Granted, he was up against the Raiders, but his QB rating was through the roof today. If he keeps this up, he'll have a monster year.

                      3) I hate that my team is in the AFC South.

                      4) Dallas will not go to the Superbowl. They'll be lucky to make it to the post-season.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by VoodooMonkey View Post
                        I would agree about CJ waring down, but one thing he does have going for him is he doesn't take big hits.
                        CJ2K is a baller. Anything short of an ACL tear and he'll be out there running 100% for another 2k yards.

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                        • #13
                          Stafford isn't injury prone. It seems to me like he doesn't know how to take a fall sometimes. This is most likely a shoulder bruise, that's got nothing to do with being injury prone, that's just taking the hit the wrong way. Hell in this case I think it's somewhat understandable because Peppers came in like a freight train.

                          Also: no mention of the grand theft commited on Calvin's TD catch?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Addict View Post
                            Stafford isn't injury prone. It seems to me like he doesn't know how to take a fall sometimes. This is most likely a shoulder bruise, that's got nothing to do with being injury prone, that's just taking the hit the wrong way. Hell in this case I think it's somewhat understandable because Peppers came in like a freight train.

                            Also: no mention of the grand theft commited on Calvin's TD catch?
                            - Speaking of the Lions, as many fans can complain, but rules are rules. That was the right call to rule it incomplete.
                            He did talk aobut it

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by *** Ork Wang View Post
                              He did talk aobut it
                              oh I must have overlooked.

                              ...

                              **** this guy.

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