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  • no bare feet
    started a topic Week 16 Discussion Thread

    Week 16 Discussion Thread

    THU, DEC 23
    Carolina at Pittsburgh
    SAT, DEC 25
    Dallas at Arizona
    SUN, DEC 26
    Washington at Jacksonville
    Detroit at Miami
    San Francisco at St. Louis
    Tennessee at Kansas City
    NY Jets at Chicago
    New England at Buffalo
    Baltimore at Cleveland
    Houston at Denver
    San Diego at Cincinnati
    Indianapolis at Oakland
    NY Giants at Green Bay
    Seattle at Tampa Bay
    Minnesota at Philadelphia
    MON, DEC 27
    New Orleans at Atlanta

    Can Buffalo knock off New England?

    New Orleans at ATL will be one of the games of the year.

    NYG v. GB, GB season over?
    Last edited by no bare feet; 12-21-2010, 06:02 PM.

  • Monomach
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    Originally posted by CDCB14 View Post
    Not at all... Jealous of the eagles success? They're going nowhere... and we had a down year. Oh wow they made the playoffs... they aren't gonna win ****. That has nothing to do with any of this.

    The eagles are always just there. They're never special, and with Andy Reid they never will be. They are an average team who looks good with the big play. Nothing more, nothing less.

    As far as the lucky sacks comment, all they do is blitz and talk about how the DC's for their team are soooo good. Please, give me a break.

    As far as an embarrassing season for the cowboys? not really, Garrett is gonna be a boss head coach, Romo will be back, and we should be getting a top 10 pick. Sounds good to me. We beat playoff teams in the second half of the year under garrett, and shouldve beat the saints.

    Jealous of the eagles success? I'd hate my life if i was an eagles fan. It's the same thing every year. Nice try though.


    *whistle*

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  • killxswitch
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    That's probably the best spin job I've ever seen when describing a 5-11 season in which the HC got fired.

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  • xxxxxxxx
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    Originally posted by Chucky View Post
    Lucky sacks? What the **** does that even mean? It's not like QBs just keep falling down over and over again when playing the Eagles. Just because you are jealous of the Eagles success during an embarrassing season by the Cowboys doesn't mean that you should trash them with garbage arguments.
    Not at all... Jealous of the eagles success? They're going nowhere... and we had a down year. Oh wow they made the playoffs... they aren't gonna win ****. That has nothing to do with any of this.

    The eagles are always just there. They're never special, and with Andy Reid they never will be. They are an average team who looks good with the big play. Nothing more, nothing less.

    As far as the lucky sacks comment, all they do is blitz and talk about how the DC's for their team are soooo good. Please, give me a break.

    As far as an embarrassing season for the cowboys? not really, Garrett is gonna be a boss head coach, Romo will be back, and we should be getting a top 10 pick. Sounds good to me. We beat playoff teams in the second half of the year under garrett, and shouldve beat the saints.

    Jealous of the eagles success? I'd hate my life if i was an eagles fan. It's the same thing every year. Nice try though.

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  • Chucky
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    Originally posted by CDCB14 View Post
    Thank you dude.

    Without the lucky sacks when they blitz the house on defense, and on offense without the big play, they aren't that good.

    they are a small finesse team, and once you let them know that your there to play, they back down like bitches.
    Lucky sacks? What the **** does that even mean? It's not like QBs just keep falling down over and over again when playing the Eagles. Just because you are jealous of the Eagles success during an embarrassing season by the Cowboys doesn't mean that you should trash them with garbage arguments.

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  • yourfavestoner
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    Originally posted by CDCB14 View Post
    Thank you dude.

    Without the lucky sacks when they blitz the house on defense, and on offense without the big play, they aren't that good.

    they are a small finesse team, and once you let them know that your there to play, they back down like bitches.
    Dunno if I'd go that far. Just ask the Giants. They're still an insanely difficult team to match up with.

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  • Chucky
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    Originally posted by CameronCropper View Post
    Lovie Smith has already gone on the record saying that the Bears will play their starters no matter what.

    Which I'm glad about, personally.
    As a Bucs fan I approve of the Bears playing their starters. I mean its a divisional game with the opportunity to knock your rivals out of the playoffs. You gotta do it.

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  • killxswitch
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    Originally posted by bhaarat316 View Post
    I don't care either, but if you have rules enforce them on everyone or don't have them at all.
    You could say this about a lot of NFL rules.

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  • xxxxxxxx
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    Originally posted by yourfavestoner View Post
    I think there's a legitimate argument here. After all, this was supposed to be a rebuilding year. I assume that with Kolb as the starter, they're a 7 to 9 win team.

    Their offensive line is terrible. I'd say they're the worst in the league, but sadly, the state of offensive lines leaguewide is just disgusting. Defensively, they have nothing besides one or two pass rushers and Asante Samuel (who really isn't that good in his own right - missing him that much just tells you how poor the rest of the secondary is).

    The only reason they're where they are now is because of Michael Vick. Like the last two seasons with McNabb, this team can't consistently put together long, methodical drive. They live and die by the big play - the question is whether a team can contain it for long enough. Minnesota did last night, and the Giants did for three and a half quarters.

    I'm interested to see what they do come playoff time. It's going to be all about matchups and whether Michael Vick can survive behind that swiss cheese o-line.
    Thank you dude.

    Without the lucky sacks when they blitz the house on defense, and on offense without the big play, they aren't that good.

    they are a small finesse team, and once you let them know that your there to play, they back down like bitches.

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  • J-Mike88
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    Originally posted by superman8456 View Post
    Sadly, its either them (Packers) or the Giants, and the Giants are just as good imo.
    Did you write that before or after we just beat them 45-17?

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  • Giantsfan1080
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    Originally posted by yourfavestoner View Post
    What are the odds of Andy Reid learning that the best way to protect your QB is by running the ball in the next week or so? I'm starting at +800.
    Well Vick has no reason to play against the Cowboys next week and then Reid will probably pass the ball even more in the playoffs. +1000 might be an even better starting point. If he does run the ball they'll be Vick designed runs for sure.

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  • yourfavestoner
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    Originally posted by Giantsfan1080 View Post
    It's going to be difficult for the Eagles to keep Vick relatively healthy for 4 straight playoff games if they keep advancing. The Eagles really could have used the bye week just to knock off the extra game for their possible playoff run.
    What are the odds of Andy Reid learning that the best way to protect your QB is by running the ball in the next week or so? I'm starting at +800.

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  • Giantsfan1080
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    It's going to be difficult for the Eagles to keep Vick relatively healthy for 4 straight playoff games if they keep advancing. The Eagles really could have used the bye week just to knock off the extra game for their possible playoff run.

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  • yourfavestoner
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    Originally posted by CDCB14 View Post
    Yeah man.. I know you live in your mom's basement and cut your wrists... but finding my posts to troll on.... yeah!!!!

    Anyway, the eagles just aren't that good. end of story.
    I think there's a legitimate argument here. After all, this was supposed to be a rebuilding year. I assume that with Kolb as the starter, they're a 7 to 9 win team.

    Their offensive line is terrible. I'd say they're the worst in the league, but sadly, the state of offensive lines leaguewide is just disgusting. Defensively, they have nothing besides one or two pass rushers and Asante Samuel (who really isn't that good in his own right - missing him that much just tells you how poor the rest of the secondary is).

    The only reason they're where they are now is because of Michael Vick. Like the last two seasons with McNabb, this team can't consistently put together long, methodical drive. They live and die by the big play - the question is whether a team can contain it for long enough. Minnesota did last night, and the Giants did for three and a half quarters.

    I'm interested to see what they do come playoff time. It's going to be all about matchups and whether Michael Vick can survive behind that swiss cheese o-line.

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  • Monomach
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    Originally posted by MetSox17 View Post
    I love the last image of him laying motionless at the end. That's the way i like my Brett Favre. On the ground and lifeless.


    In other news, I love Corey Wootten.

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