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  • #91
    Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
    8 wins isn't ****. Big deal. So if they win one or two more games that means they've had the best offseason? They would have to at least win 10-11 games and the division for this to be considered a real success. Otherwise they are just treading water. Even based on the law of averages they'll be .500 or so next year.

    So with that being said, you can put your money where your mouth is and bet me that the Niners will win the division. If not, then the rest of your points are irrelevant and you're wasting my time.
    You are aware that 8 wins could have easily won the division last year?

    Honestly, I think you could use some time away from the keyboard. Upon looking up your posts you just seem like the angry guy who spouts off about everything. Too much anger.

    I guess I'll just move on and let you be. I guess there isn't much to do in the off-season around here so people pick fights.

    We'll see what happens once they actually start playing football.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by Ryan_K View Post
      You are aware that 8 wins could have easily won the division last year?

      Honestly, I think you could use some time away from the keyboard. Upon looking up your posts you just seem like the angry guy who spouts off about everything. Too much anger.

      I guess I'll just move on and let you be. I guess there isn't much to do in the off-season around here so people pick fights.

      We'll see what happens once they actually start playing football.
      So after telling me I need to put my money where my mouth is, you in the end don't have enough faith in your team to think that with the "best offseason in the NFL" they can't win a crummy division like the NFC West? Ooooooh...bold prediction...eight wins.

      Ok, good one, bye bye.

      And I didn't pick a fight with anyone. You're the one that came after me for what I thought about your team. Even though in the end you seemingly agree with me since you think they'll have about the same record as they had last year.


      Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
        So after telling me I need to put my money where my mouth is, you in the end don't have enough faith in your team to think that with the "best offseason in the NFL" they can't win a crummy division like the NFC West? Ooooooh...bold prediction...eight wins.

        Ok, good one, bye bye.

        And I didn't pick a fight with anyone. You're the one that came after me for what I thought about your team. Even though in the end you seemingly agree with me since you think they'll have about the same record as they had last year.
        No, I just had second thoughts about having an active wager with what appears to be a relatively unstable individual across the internet.

        But feel free to keep trying to bait me back into it.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by bigbluedefense View Post
          Mix zone with less pass rush, and things could get ugly for Clements.
          If there is one thing I'm confident in...its Mike Nolan's ability to best utilize his defensive players.

          He took a defense last year that had nearly nothing talent-wise and was ready to set a points allowed record and turned them around into a decent unit in the second half of the year. He knows his defense, I'm certainly interested and excited to see what he can do with some talent and finally getting his 3-4 running.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by Ryan_K View Post
            You are aware that 8 wins could have easily won the division last year?

            Honestly, I think you could use some time away from the keyboard. Upon looking up your posts you just seem like the angry guy who spouts off about everything. Too much anger.

            I guess I'll just move on and let you be. I guess there isn't much to do in the off-season around here so people pick fights.

            We'll see what happens once they actually start playing football.
            He's mad because you owned him in the argument.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by Larry View Post
              He's mad because you owned him in the argument.
              I'm not mad at all. I listed my reasons why I think this is all hype and flawed arguments.

              He had an inane rant about me being mean and arrogant and then challenged me to the lamest bet ever.

              I made a real bet, he chickened out and justified it by saying I was "unstable" and angry, as if I'm going to beat his ass with my laptop.

              But again, you are all Niners fans, I understand your desire to stick up for your team and desire to think the best thoughts possible, it's not a big deal to me at all, just don't say I'm picking fights and being angry when you're the one that takes an argument up with me and then tells me to "put my money where my mouth is" and then **** out. That's lame, really lame.

              But yeah, I was owned. Whatever.


              Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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              • #97
                Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
                I'm really not a fan of New York City. East coast cities are overrated to me, the only one I really enjoy is Philadelphia. D.C is entertaining but not at all safe, and Boston has tons of cool historical stuff, but is way too crowded, the traffic is terrible, and most people are assholes. Actually most American cities are overrated in general. Not to mention that the Jets currently play in New Jersey, the armpit of America.

                But that's cool...being a homer is a relative thing anyway.
                Chicago is the greatest city in the world 51!! :D

                Anywho...I like what SF has done, I really do but I truly don't believe they're ready to make any kind of jump yet. Pretty much all of their skill positions have inexperienced players. Sure they have a bunch of potential, but that word is thrown around way too much in the NFL. The only sure thing on that team right now offensively is Frank Gore who is one of the most underrated players in the NFL right now. Alex Smith will need to raise his game even more, and that is without a real #1 target. Vernon Davis is a question mark at TE, who knows what he's going to do. The WR's haven't really proven much to me. Their OL is ok but nothing special. And switching to the 3-4 defense in the offseason may take some time to adjust to, although I hear they're still going to implement the 4-3 in there as well.

                Things in SF are sunny, but I just don't see them as a threat for another year or so personally.


                Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

                Originally posted by JBCX
                Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
                  I'm not mad at all. I listed my reasons why I think this is all hype and flawed arguments.

                  He had an inane rant about me being mean and arrogant and then challenged me to the lamest bet ever.

                  I made a real bet, he chickened out and justified it by saying I was "unstable" and angry, as if I'm going to beat his ass with my laptop.

                  But again, you are all Niners fans, I understand your desire to stick up for your team and desire to think the best thoughts possible, it's not a big deal to me at all, just don't say I'm picking fights and being angry when you're the one that takes an argument up with me and then tells me to "put my money where my mouth is" and then **** out. That's lame, really lame.

                  But yeah, I was owned. Whatever.
                  I am a grown ass man and I was getting into a fight with some guy on the internet over something rather trivial. I thought better of it and backed away. Plus my profession doesn't look kindly on gambling.

                  But I'll be more than happy to show up here game after game and update you on how the team is doing.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by njx9
                    your "profession" frowns on making simple internet wagers that don't, typically, involve money? you could've made up a better excuse than that.
                    Sig bets are a big deal in the "real" world. You wouldn't know about that because you aren't a grown ass man.


                    Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                    • If you can't prevent the government from monitoring your internet actions you shouldn't get on the internet.

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                      • I am not saying the Vikes had the top offseason, they were basicly asleep during free-agency, but, as Chilly claimed, they did build through the draft and did a decent job. We will have a great bases for the year, we are just lacking some real playmakers and an offensive identity.

                        Additions through free agency:

                        Vinny Ciurciu (Special Teamer) OLB
                        Vishante Shiancoe (I think he will do realy well) TE
                        Bobby Wade WR / KR
                        Mike Doss S
                        Cortez Hankton KR / Special Teamer / WR
                        Todd Towber WR Project

                        Draft:

                        Adrian Peterson HB
                        Sidney Rice WR
                        Marcus McCaughly CB
                        Brian Robinson DE / Special Teamer Specialist
                        Aundrae Allison WR
                        Rufus Alexander OLB
                        Chandler Williams WR / KR
                        TYler Thigpen QB / WR
                        Extra 3rd rounder next year

                        Loses:

                        Napolean Harris MLB
                        Mike Rosenthal T
                        Marcus Robinson WR
                        Travis Taylor WR
                        Brad Johnson QB
                        Fred Smoot CB
                        Jeramaine Wiggins TE

                        Than there are the guys who didn't play last year due to injury. This is like
                        getting a bunch of extra rookies and free agents

                        Extras: (People who were on IR last year)
                        Chad Greenway (Ist Round las year) OLB
                        Erasmus James (Ist Round the year before) DE
                        Tank Williams SS


                        Overall, I think we have a vastly improved team than last year.
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                        • Originally posted by Non_Sequitur View Post
                          So by your own description, the long and short of it is that you guys only lost a little bit. That's not really something to be happy with.

                          Losing McGahee made it a great off season. The rest of the moves were icing on the cake.

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                          • Originally posted by Zbikowski_9 View Post
                            I am not saying the Vikes had the top offseason, they were basicly asleep during free-agency, but, as Chilly claimed, they did build through the draft and did a decent job. We will have a great bases for the year, we are just lacking some real playmakers and an offensive identity.

                            Additions through free agency:

                            Vinny Ciurciu (Special Teamer) OLB
                            Vishante Shiancoe (I think he will do realy well) TE
                            Bobby Wade WR / KR
                            Mike Doss S
                            Cortez Hankton KR / Special Teamer / WR
                            Todd Towber WR Project

                            Draft:

                            Adrian Peterson HB
                            Sidney Rice WR
                            Marcus McCaughly CB
                            Brian Robinson DE / Special Teamer Specialist
                            Aundrae Allison WR
                            Rufus Alexander OLB
                            Chandler Williams WR / KR
                            TYler Thigpen QB / WR
                            Extra 3rd rounder next year

                            Loses:

                            Napolean Harris MLB
                            Mike Rosenthal T
                            Marcus Robinson WR
                            Travis Taylor WR
                            Brad Johnson QB
                            Fred Smoot CB
                            Jeramaine Wiggins TE

                            Than there are the guys who didn't play last year due to injury. This is like
                            getting a bunch of extra rookies and free agents

                            Extras: (People who were on IR last year)
                            Chad Greenway (Ist Round las year) OLB
                            Erasmus James (Ist Round the year before) DE
                            Tank Williams SS


                            Overall, I think we have a vastly improved team than last year.


                            It just seems like the Vikings get all of these good players and they can never do anything with them. You would at least think they'll make it too the playoffs.


                            Thanks to jackalope

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                            • no question it was the pats

                              when one of the best organizations starts to decide to spend some money, it can become pretty scary


                              Go Ravens!

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                              • Originally posted by BlindSite View Post
                                I'm sure Carolina, and Baltimore would disagree.
                                you must be kidding.
                                champ is better than any CB in the league, including mcallister...
                                he EASILY compensates for their #2 corners

                                bailey > mcallister> lucas > rolle> bly > gamble

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