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Old 01-29-2012, 02:18 PM   #61
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Volkswagen Super Bowl commercials own.

This years.






Last years.


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Old 01-29-2012, 02:26 PM   #62
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Is it me or does Nick Mangold look like he's standing like a little girl? Either that or he has to pee very bad.
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Who the f is "hot Chelle Rae" and why is he performing at the "pro" bowl?
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Who the f is "hot Chelle Rae" and why is he performing at the "pro" bowl?
The NFL only had a $20 music budget.
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I wish the NFL would make the Pro Bowl more interesting. All the other leagues try to make the all star game more creative, why can't the NFL?
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Volkswagen Super Bowl commercials own.
NC - those commercials are hilarious! Good find.
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The Redskins played the New York Football Giants on Sept 11th and Dec 18th of 2011. Happily, we all know that Washington won both games. The two games were not highlight reels for Eli Manning. In September, he was 18 of 32 for 268 yards and 1 int. He also fumbled once. In December, Manning went 23 of 40 for 257 yds, no tuchdowns and THREE ints!

Neither Manning performance reflects championship caliber that we have seen in the late season push by the Giants. Granted Eli has delivered when it counts, but he is capable of laying an egg, and even sometimes panics under a heavy rush. New England's defense is on the upswing, and IMHO, Manning is due for a bad game. My early impression, Patriots win by 14.

Redskin fans may want to chew on this tidbit as well. Game one, Grossman was 21 of 34 for 305 yds and 2 TDs; he also lost one fumble in the 28-14 Redskin win. In game two Sexy Rexy was 15 of 24 for 185 yds, 1 TD and 2 ints. You could fairly say that Rex outperformed Eli in both games.
The Redskins beat the New York Giants twice and should have beaten the Patriots. That said, I don't care who wins the Super Bowl although I expect New England to win it.
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Lol, even the Pro Bowl had a couple records broken. What a wonky season this season has been.
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...and Parcells,...Simms ...and Hosteler(sp)
Yes; we sort of gave Parcells credit in the discussion about him and his proteges who won with the SOB mantra. Then we moved on to guys like Dungy and Gibbs who had sort of atypical football coaching personalities. I suppose its fair to say I never give Parcells the credit he deserves because I hold him in such low regard.
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I wish the NFL would make the Pro Bowl more interesting. All the other leagues try to make the all star game more creative, why can't the NFL?
One point of interest to me was the play of Cam Newton. He was worse than awful. Mike Mayock's comments about him were telling. Yes, Newton has talent, but I agree with Mayock on this one. Panthers should be concerned about his makeup/attitude. Clearly his cavalier attitude and approach cost the NFC the game.
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Living down here in the Carolinas, we get force fed the Cam Newton diet on local sports shows. I really hope the Redskins punish them in DC this fall. That game ranks right up there with Dallas for me!
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Yes; we sort of gave Parcells credit in the discussion about him and his proteges who won with the SOB mantra. Then we moved on to guys like Dungy and Gibbs who had sort of atypical football coaching personalities. I suppose its fair to say I never give Parcells the credit he deserves because I hold him in such low regard.

Then maybe you should change your out look on football.
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Carolina Panthers change team logo for first time - ESPN




Not sure I call that a change really...lol
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lol they probably could have slid that by without telling anyone
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I think the new Panthers logo is a rip off from the Cave of Wonders in Aladdin

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