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Old 09-06-2013, 12:48 PM   #166
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Old 09-06-2013, 12:50 PM   #167
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Old 09-06-2013, 01:39 PM   #168
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Peyton has TWO games with 6 TD passes too. G.O.A.T.

7 TD passes in single game:

Y.A. Tittle
Joe Kapp
George Blanda
Sid Luckman
Adrian Burk


Only one I've never heard of was Kapp. TWO of those 7 TD games were against the Skins.

NFL Single Game Passing Touchdowns Leaders - Pro-Football-Reference.com
The only one I didn't recognize was Burk. The rest I could even tell you a little about their careers. I thought them all pretty famous in their day.

So I looked up Burk - couple cool tidbits from his life after football: He became an NFL referee/official and (1) worked the game in which Kapp tied his record; and (2) was the back judge on the famous Immaculate Reception and was the official to initially signal it a TD.
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Old 09-06-2013, 01:39 PM   #169
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Y! SPORTS

Wonder how long he's gonna hold out as a QB before trying something else.
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Y! SPORTS

Wonder how long he's gonna hold out as a QB before trying something else.
Wow, what a moron.
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Old 09-06-2013, 01:50 PM   #171
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I Love Tebow's character but he is done as a QB at the NFL level in my mind. If it was 1942, he would be a star, but in this day and age in the NFL, you have to throw for 60% or better completion as a QB to have success, and he can't do that. Call it mechanics, or reading a Defense or whatever you want. Call him Joe Schmoo or Tim Tebow but his career completion percentage according to profootballreference.com is 47.9%. That is waaaay below average and won't keep you on any team.
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I Love Tebow's character but he is done as a QB at the NFL level in my mind. If it was 1942, he would be a star, but in this day and age in the NFL, you have to throw for 60% or better completion as a QB to have success, and he can't do that. Call it mechanics, or reading a Defense or whatever you want. Call him Joe Schmoo or Tim Tebow but his career completion percentage according to profootballreference.com is 47.9%. That is waaaay below average and won't keep you on any team.
I don't love his character. It lacks both humility and common sense.
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Anyone see all the BS before the game? I swear the NFL can't even get out of it's own way. Who is responsible for these concerts? Keith Urban and then I have to look at Ryan Secrest? What a bunch of garbage.
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Denver is stacked with weapons on offense.
They are but it's just one game. I'd be curious to see them when the weather gets bad and they might have to run the ball a bit more.
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Old 09-06-2013, 02:32 PM   #175
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I don't love his character. It lacks both humility and common sense.
Tim Tebow is a person of very high character, so I'm not sure how you can dislike him as a person. To be able to field all the criticism he gets, even from his teammates, and still remain kind and upbeat, is something that's becoming rare in today's world. I'll admit, he sometimes seems a little self-righteous, but overall, he's a very refreshing change from idiots like Aaron Hernandez, Chad Johnson, or Richard Sherman.
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Tim Tebow can go f*ck a duck for all I care
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That was odd
Was it?
It amused me that I was out on the ledge with plenty of game left. But with a cooler head after waking up, not watching the 2nd half, and to my delight, the Ravens lost.

Odd? IDK, I'm weird as shit. It was just a dialogue between upset self pre-end of game vs day after game over self.

I live in Bmore where people are assholes, spout off tribalism to opposing fans who like my family had been season ticket holders from the '50's- Feb '12 (before trading the rights to RG3 for those historians), and their team wins championships. So it may bring out "odd" shit when the ravens lose b/c it means more to me than anyone outside of Bmore can fully understand.

And I think after watching that game, I've become more aware that despite an absentee Defense, Manning and the broncos can win a game that I had pegged them to lose.
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Getting more odd
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What you've never had dialogue between upset self pre-end of game vs day after game over self?
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