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Old 10-10-2010, 11:14 PM   #61
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Weird. According to the pundits they actually looked like the best team in the NFC East before today.
its a long season,it wouldnt surprise me if they ended up winning the division,they have the most talent and should win.On the other hand it wouldnt surprise me if they finished 6-10,I sure hope so
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its a long season,it wouldnt surprise me if they ended up winning the division,they have the most talent and should win.On the other hand it wouldnt surprise me if they finished 6-10,I sure hope so
Agreed. I wouldn't be suprised if the Giants or Eagles or Cowboys get things on track either. It's still too early in the season to make snap judgements.
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Sf has a shot
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Well atleast were in 1st!! Cowboys are the weak link in the NFC East lmao!!
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Agreed. I wouldn't be suprised if the Giants or Eagles or Cowboys get things on track either. It's still too early in the season to make snap judgements.
If dallas goes down at Min, it's all over for them.
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Old 10-10-2010, 11:55 PM   #66
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Things that shocked me today

Giants blowing out the texans

Kevin Kolb scrambling for 19 yds on 3rd and 18

Alex Smith telling Mike singletary he is not sitting out the game

Cris Collinsworth comparing Kevin Kolb to Joe Montana

Raiders beating he Chargers

Lions stumping the Rams

Titans scorig 34 pts in Dallas
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If dallas goes down at Min, it's all over for them.
I don't know that it will be all over for them. But they sure will have a deep hole to climb out of. Let's go Vikes!
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If dallas goes down at Min, it's all over for them.
I sure as hell hope so. Then again, back in '07 in Week 3 when the Giants were 0-2 and we took a big lead into halftime against them I was pretty hopeful they were done to and we all know how that turned out. In fact if you ask them they'll say that was the turning point of their season.
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Kolb is tearing it up. Maybe getting rid of McNabb wasn't such a bad idea. Maybe FF was hesitant to name Vick the starter "for a reason." Sorry I just wanted to see what it was like to be an Eagles fan for a second.
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I don't know that it will be all over for them. But they sure will have a deep hole to climb out of. Let's go Vikes!
At 1-4 they'd be cooked. They'd have to go 9-2 the rest of the way and seriously is there anyone alive who thinks that brain-trust won't lose them at 2 more games after that? Dallas is in trouble. They have to right this ship now or they can mail it in.
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You do know they are playing a
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Its called sarcasm dude.
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Its called sarcasm dude.

Oh ok, I was hoping he wasn't going to get praise for beating a 0-4 defense
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Did anyone catch this by the way? Talk about hitting a low point for the Cowpukes...which is great

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Right tackles shouldn't go to the ground during TD celebrations: The Cowboys tied the score at 27 on a touchdown pass to Jason Witten in the fourth quarter. The tight end flipped the ball to right tackle Marc Colombo to let him spike the ball. The two of them then did a leaping chest-bump, which led to Colombo landing on his backside. According to an NFL rule, a player cannot go to the ground during a touchdown celebration. And I guess poor coordination isn't a plausible defense. The 15-yard penalty meant that kicker David Buehler couldn't get a touchback, which contributed to Marc Mariani's 73-yard return. The Titans quickly scored to make it 34-27.
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Did anyone catch this by the way? Talk about hitting a low point for the Cowpukes...which is great

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Right tackles shouldn't go to the ground during TD celebrations: The Cowboys tied the score at 27 on a touchdown pass to Jason Witten in the fourth quarter. The tight end flipped the ball to right tackle Marc Colombo to let him spike the ball. The two of them then did a leaping chest-bump, which led to Colombo landing on his backside. According to an NFL rule, a player cannot go to the ground during a touchdown celebration. And I guess poor coordination isn't a plausible defense. The 15-yard penalty meant that kicker David Buehler couldn't get a touchback, which contributed to Marc Mariani's 73-yard return. The Titans quickly scored to make it 34-27.
Yes and it was awesome.
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You do know they are playing a
0-4 team right???????
Well for starters I was messing around. However the 49ers are not your typical 0-4 team. Lots of bad luck and mistakes are the result of the 0-now 5 start. They might be the most talented 0-5 team in the history of the league.
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