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Old 11-01-2009, 07:11 PM   #76
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AP is a beast the Green Bay games is turning out to be a good game. Brett Favre 4 passing TD today.

Its funny this is the first Sunday Im not drunk and pissed off The stress level the Redskins give me is crazy.
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Old 11-01-2009, 09:19 PM   #77
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Big plays in the NFL today .... T. Ginn Jr. returns two K.O.'s for tds 100 and 101 yds .
Great game all round. I'm pumped beyond imagination right now.
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Great game all round. I'm pumped beyond imagination right now.
Yeah I thought about you with that game. You must be thrilled
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Old 11-01-2009, 09:53 PM   #79
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Great game all round. I'm pumped beyond imagination right now.
Tell me again why you're a Phins fan now?
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I think if they weren't so distracted with the Yankees in the World Series, we would have our annual "fire Coughlin, Eli sucks" cries from the NY media.
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I think if they weren't so distracted with the Yankees in the World Series, we would have our annual "fire Coughlin, Eli sucks" cries from the NY media.
The Giants are gigantic pretenders, and Eli isn't worth anywhere close to the $97M he just signed for. 4 of their 5 first games were against cupcakes. Now that they've been playing tough teams, they have been badly exposed. That D is nothing without Spags. 40+ points against 2 out of the last 3 weeks. Eli with 6 picks and only 3 tds in the past three games, completing less than half of his passes. He's holding the ball too long and looks confused. They can't run the ball, and they can't stop anyone. They're a .500 football team IMO, and Eli is a far cry from his brother.
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I have to admit that im glad to see Alex Smith getting another shot. He did well considering he had an int that was off the wr's hands.
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Old 11-01-2009, 11:36 PM   #83
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I have to admit that im glad to see Alex Smith getting another shot. He did well considering he had an int that was off the wr's hands.
Alluding to the 2010 1st pick thread, here's another guy who's has been dealt a shitty hand. Bad wide receivers, for the most part a crap O-line, and a revolving door of coaches and coordinators. System, scheme, and personnel are so important to a young QBs success. As well as a good D. See Sanchez, Big Ben, Matt Ryan, and Joe Flacco as examples.
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Alluding to the 2010 1st pick thread, here's another guy who's has been dealt a shitty hand. Bad wide receivers, for the most part a crap O-line, and a revolving door of coaches and coordinators. System, scheme, and personnel are so important to a young QBs success. As well as a good D. See Sanchez, Big Ben, Matt Ryan, and Joe Flacco as examples.
he has been doing well with V.Davis, 3 td's in 2 weeks. or is it 4?
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Old 11-01-2009, 11:58 PM   #85
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One thing I'm noticing is apart from our Skins the NFC East is shaping up to be a powerhouse again this year. Not sure why I heard people poo-pooing the Iggles going into this season. Their FO gave Dono some good talent to work w/ on offense and now they're scoring 40+. I was real suspect of Bill Sheridan taking over as DC for the Gmen and it looks like he's gonna have to make some changes to get that defense back to elite status. Cowpukes aren't elite but heads and tails above us so it's not like I can rip on em.

But the big story is Minnesota and New Orleans. I picked NO to play in the SB this year and as long as Brees stays healthy I basically think they're a lock (NFC championship will be either Minn v NO or Philly v NO). NO has the best DC in football, arguably the best HC and QB in football. Hopefully they beat the Pats or the Steelers for the trophy
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See ... Vinny knows talent! 2006 draft pick Tight End Spencer Havner caught a TD pass against the Vikings!!

Too bad we drafted him as a linebacker and cut him during the preseason! HaHa!
Dont think we drafted him, however he was a free agent LB from UCLA in camp with us. Yea some teams just bring out the best in their players. Lets hope 1 day our team can get their sh*t together.
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The Giants are gigantic pretenders, and Eli isn't worth anywhere close to the $97M he just signed for. 4 of their 5 first games were against cupcakes. Now that they've been playing tough teams, they have been badly exposed. That D is nothing without Spags. 40+ points against 2 out of the last 3 weeks. Eli with 6 picks and only 3 tds in the past three games, completing less than half of his passes. He's holding the ball too long and looks confused. They can't run the ball, and they can't stop anyone. They're a .500 football team IMO, and Eli is a far cry from his brother.
Your statements may have some truths to it but they still own our Redskins. We get bit*h slapped everytime we face the G-Men. You think JC got sacked against Philly it will get ugly against the G-Men pass rush.
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Old 11-02-2009, 08:59 AM   #88
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The G-Men suck. The Eagles went in on them hard. Interesting how they laid down for the Eagles. With a coach ligh Coughlin? The great conservative culture he has established in their locker room? A great GM? and great FO? How does your team just lay down. My Redskins don't lay down. They are confused. They are foul ups bloops and blunders they don't wear skirts.
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Your statements may have some truths to it but they still own our Redskins. We get bit*h slapped everytime we face the G-Men. You think JC got sacked against Philly it will get ugly against the G-Men pass rush.
I never said anything about the Skins. We're terrible. Hell, KC owns us. I'm just saying the Giants aren't very good. Losing Spags was obviously a big hit to that defense.
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Old 11-02-2009, 09:30 AM   #90
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Come to think of it, I haven't seen Giantone around here for a while. Hmmm, I wonder why.
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