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Donny
Oct 29th, 2007, 04:07 PM
I'm not a hardcore fan, just casual, but I just wanted to express my awe at the Patriots last night. That.. was just amazing. They literally started running up the score in the first half.

griffin
Oct 29th, 2007, 05:46 PM
...and the 2nd...

I think Belichick is running up the scores in response to the video scandal earlier this season.

(I'm more of a "social fan" - I watch if I'm hanging out with friends who are fans)

samsung101
Oct 29th, 2007, 06:51 PM
I don't think he ran up the score. They had the
2nd and 3rd team guys in there. They could have
gone for a field goal, and instead, they gave the
2nd unit guys a shot at going for a 1st down or
score....which most of the time they don't make.

That's just how poorly the other team played, and how
good their 2nd and 3rd string guys are.


I'm no fan of their coach. He's a jerk. What's with the
torn off sweatshirt sleeves? Yes, he cheated. He's easy
to dislike a lot.

But, that's a great team. Best in the league.

Great game coming up next week with Indy and New England, two
undefeated teams. I think right now, NE will win. But, Peyton
is tough at home.



Loved that San Diego won too. Yeah, back on track - finally. Never
should have lost to Green Bay or KC after leading late in the 4th quarter.

Miami - their season was over 3 games ago. They're horrible.

miffedmax
Oct 29th, 2007, 07:11 PM
I'm a Vikings fan, so I'm miserable even with Adrian Peterson.

My fantasy team is kicking ass, though, and my real football team FC Dallas won this weekend, so that's good.

Sally Struthers
Oct 29th, 2007, 07:15 PM
I don't get why people are miffed that NE is running up the scores. If you don't want that to happen, play better!

And yes I believe too that they are running it up to say "FU, we'll beat you anyway" to the league after the video taping.

kiwifan
Oct 29th, 2007, 07:18 PM
I don't mind them "running up the score". I still remember the Buffalo Bills coming back on the Houston Oilers back in the '90s :( and this is Pro Football...

...as long as there is more than 2 minutes on the clock, as Herm Edwards would say, "You play to win the game!!!" If you can score, score. Football is very physical and its unfair to the linemen especially to take your foot off the pedal after all the defense is losing and angry and looking to hit people just to get out their frustrations...

...makes more sense to keep playing, if for no other reason than to keep the defense occupied. ;)

The only oddity to the Patriots' scoring madness is that traditionally you would focus on running the ball in the 4th when you've clearly got the win; while they just keep on passing...

...they definitely aren't looking to "run the clock out". :devil:

Wannabeknowitall
Oct 29th, 2007, 07:41 PM
I don't mind them "running up the score". I still remember the Buffalo Bills coming back on the Houston Oilers back in the '90s :( and this is Pro Football...

...as long as there is more than 2 minutes on the clock, as Herm Edwards would say, "You play to win the game!!!" If you can score, score. Football is very physical and its unfair to the linemen especially to take your foot off the pedal after all the defense is losing and angry and looking to hit people just to get out their frustrations...

...makes more sense to keep playing, if for no other reason than to keep the defense occupied. ;)

The only oddity to the Patriots' scoring madness is that traditionally you would focus on running the ball in the 4th when you've clearly got the win; while they just keep on passing...

...they definitely aren't looking to "run the clock out". :devil:

Well the problem is they don't particularly have a good running game.
And they know that it will come up against the Colts.

So they're going to have to depend on throwing then, so why not practice on it now.
No point in trying to practice on running when the Colts have a good run defense and it's not going to be something that will work for them in the 4th quarter.

Donny
Oct 29th, 2007, 07:42 PM
I don't really get the complaints about running up the score either, to be honest. It's a professional sport. You shouldn't play below your potential to keep from embarrassing another team. In high school, maybe. Inc ollege or the NFL? Def. not.

What I found most telling about that game was that the Redskins are a good team, and still got owned. If the Colts don't win, or at least make it competitive, we might as well give the Pats their rings now.

Wannabeknowitall
Oct 29th, 2007, 07:55 PM
What I found most telling about that game was that the Redskins are a good team, and still got owned. If the Colts don't win, or at least make it competitive, we might as well give the Pats their rings now.

They're a bit overrated. Defense is good.
Jason Campbell is a bit overrated and has an obvious issue of losing the ball when he gets sacked.
Good news is it's not as bad as Mark Brunell's issue.

griffin
Oct 29th, 2007, 07:56 PM
:lol: It wasn't a complaint - just a comment. I really don't care how much they win (or lose) by.

Donny
Oct 29th, 2007, 08:12 PM
:lol: It wasn't a complaint - just a comment. I really don't care how much they win (or lose) by.

I wasn't referring to you- it was more directed to people I know who make those type of comments.

Of course, I do live in New York City, and they are Jets and Bills fans, so...

tenn_ace
Oct 29th, 2007, 08:15 PM
Big Football fan, even bigger Pats fan. I'm hoping that the whining about this stops once and for all (I mean running up the score)... It's looks 'funny' when these big supposed-to be-tough men start crying and whining about it. like one Dolphin one... Especially, a Dolphin player...

Anyways, if you don't want to be run over by the Pats train, just play better. Simple.

PS. And I am seriously hoping that future opponents are men enough to take it like men or play well and not go for ditry tricks like injuring Brady or Moss on purpose, which is now being openly disscussed in some bloggs even the ones that are posted on Yahoo.com.

kiwifan
Oct 29th, 2007, 08:26 PM
Big Football fan, even bigger Pats fan. I'm hoping that the whining about this stops once and for all (I mean running up the score)... It's looks 'funny' when these big supposed-to be-tough men start crying and whining about it. like one Dolphin one... Especially, a Dolphin player...

Anyways, if you don't want to be run over by the Pats train, just play better. Simple.

PS. And I am seriously hoping that future opponents are men enough to take it like men or play well and not go for ditry tricks like injuring Brady or Moss on purpose, which is now being openly disscussed in some bloggs even the ones that are posted on Yahoo.com.

Knocking the shit out of Brady or Moss is part of the game too (not talking about going for knees or late hits).

That's what a good defense would do. :devil:

tenn_ace
Oct 29th, 2007, 08:53 PM
Knocking the shit out of Brady or Moss is part of the game too (not talking about going for knees or late hits).

That's what a good defense would do. :devil:


That's the problem. The people who talk about it, don't discuss any possible defense play, they talk about "revenge" (the word they use)... :rolleyes:


Draw your own conclusion. :wavey:

Wannabeknowitall
Oct 29th, 2007, 09:04 PM
Anyways, if you don't want to be run over by the Pats train, stop sneaking into their lockerroom with just a thong on, simple as that.


Good advice. So I should try the opposite, right? :tape:

Zombielicious
Oct 29th, 2007, 10:02 PM
Go Bears. :yeah: ;)

Halardfan
Oct 30th, 2007, 12:27 AM
The running up the score thing is interesting...its curious that in the NFL its seen as a bad thing, I wondered what the origins of this were?

In contrast, if you go to a football (soccer) game in England, lets say your team is 5-0 up with 30 minutes left...sure they'd take off a couple of players to rest them for the next game, but any team worth its salt would be trying its best to score 6, 7, 8 goals, the fans would demand it.

The thing I like about the NFL is that it has the remarkable draft system, which is the nearest thing America will get to Socialism!

Works well, oddly enough!

Im a Dolphins fan of long standing. I could probably get a place playing QB for them about now.

*JR*
Oct 30th, 2007, 12:41 AM
AFC: Chargers, Chiefs, Steelers, Broncos, Bills

NFC: Packers, Buccaneers, Giants

Barrie_Dude
Oct 30th, 2007, 02:54 AM
1) Carolina
2) New Orleans
3) Dallas

Donny
Oct 30th, 2007, 03:03 AM
The running up the score thing is interesting...its curious that in the NFL its seen as a bad thing, I wondered what the origins of this were?

In contrast, if you go to a football (soccer) game in England, lets say your team is 5-0 up with 30 minutes left...sure they'd take off a couple of players to rest them for the next game, but any team worth its salt would be trying its best to score 6, 7, 8 goals, the fans would demand it.

The thing I like about the NFL is that it has the remarkable draft system, which is the nearest thing America will get to Socialism!

Works well, oddly enough!

Im a Dolphins fan of long standing. I could probably get a place playing QB for them about now.

An attempt to embarrass the other team at the risk of injuring your best players is seen as classless to many. I don't know why though. Personally it makes games that much funnier.

Sally Struthers
Oct 30th, 2007, 03:13 AM
All the Brett Favre worshiping makes me nauseated. Of course he's a great QB but I don't have to hear it every fucking second.

kiwifan
Oct 30th, 2007, 03:34 AM
No secret I love the Cowboys, since the mid Seventies when Staubach was G-d and Tony Dorsett and Drew Pearson were my heros.

I dug the Houston Oilers too (since I lived there for a while) but don't care for the Texans.

I like certain players (Deion, The Playmaker, Bad Ass Linebacker types) and coaches (Glanville, Buddy Ryan, Ditka types) more than teams (hate the usual suspects Deadskins, Feebles & NY Elis and most of all the 49ers and almost anyone off the Bill Walsh "coaching tree" pretty much :devil: ).

Steelers who I grew up hating, I have to add to my like list because I went to school with their head coach (we weren't friends cuz he was a Frosh and I was Post Graduate, but we actually ate lunch at the same table a few times because I was friends with the seniors on the team and always trying to recruit them for rugby :lol: ).

Sally Struthers
Oct 30th, 2007, 04:53 AM
All the Brett Favre worshiping makes me nauseated. Of course he's a great QB but I don't have to hear it every fucking second.

ok they can talk for another week after that OT win :o

Wannabeknowitall
Oct 30th, 2007, 05:04 AM
ok they can talk for another week after that OT win :o

:rolleyes:

Of the 7 teams they've played, only 2 have a winning record right now.

I'm sorry, it's like mentioning LeBron James is the second coming of Jordan after the Cavaliers beat an injured Wizards team, an old Nets team, and an overconfident Pistons team, last year to make the NBA finals.

Brian Stewart
Oct 30th, 2007, 08:10 AM
I agree with the notion the Pats may be pouring it on as an answer to the controversy about the spying. However, whether they cheated or not, and whether said cheating helped them win any Super Bowls, how would running up scores with this year's squad, so far looking like one of the greatest teams I've ever seen, absolve any of that? It would be like someone accusing a player of cheating to win the Wimbledon final, and that winner then beating their accuser 6-1 6-1 in their next meeting in the Podunk Open years later. The two aren't related. If the Pats won every game 50-0 the rest of the year, it wouldn't prove or disprove anything about any of their championship runs.

As to the actual subject of running it up, there is a school of thought in tennis whereby the greatest respect you can show your opponent is to beat them as badly (and quickly) as possible. Now, there's a difference between going all out and rubbing it in. If the dominant team has the ball with under a minute and the opponent has no time outs, you don't fake a kneeldown and throw a long pass. But up until the game is in the bag, there's nothing wrong with giving 100%. But it's a double-edged sword. If you're leading by 4 touchdowns midway through the 4th quarter, and the starters are still in there, and one of them gets hurt, I give you zero sympathy. After all, this isn't baseball-- you can put players back in if the margin shrinks too much.

One of the things I always found odd about the "coaching tree"-- wouldn't the coach they're trying to hype up be part of another coach's "tree"? In the Walsh example, wouldn't any head coach Walsh coached under then get credit for Walsh and his descendants, as well as those of any others on the staff? And then you'd go back to anyone that head coach coached under, etc.

Anywho, perhaps the only danger to a Pats 16-0 season is if someone "Carson's" Brady. Other than that, don't be surprised if they run the table. Interesting Super Bowl scenario would be an undefeated Pats team vs Dallas. It would drive the ESPN folks nuts. They wouldn't want to see a team supplant the '72 Dolphins with a better perfect record (or see Bill B tie Noll as the only head coaches with 4), but they absolutely HATE the Cowboys. On the plus side, this would be the best hope for a good game. Dallas actually led the Pats in the 3rd quarter after spotting them a 14-0 lead. (Someone really needs to talk to Garrett about this "slow start" thing-- not a good idea.) That was a Dallas team missing Anthony Henry and Terry Glenn, and with Newman and Ellis at considerably less than full speed. If all are healthy, could be interesting. But it's a long way to the post season. Every team in the league, including the Pats and Colts, are one injury away from a severe change in their fortunes. If Brady or Manning were to go down, disaster.

Speaking of quarterbacks, hey, Kiwi, what happened to all those defensive coordinators who "figured out" Romo last year? Did Jerry Jones have their memories wiped? Or could it be that, following Sean Payton's lead, what they actually figured out was Parcells' vanilla defense, forcing Romo to play a lot of catchup? But he might want to stay away from too many of those "60 stretch far luuuhhhhhh...." plays.

I didn't get a chance to see the "American Bowl" game Sunday, but I heard it was a clunker. We just never seem to send good football games out of country.

tenn_ace
Oct 30th, 2007, 03:00 PM
The weather was so miserable here in London on Sunday, that any football game would not look exciting... It felt like in between late fall and early winter. N-A-S-T-Y.

Donny
Oct 30th, 2007, 03:32 PM
I agree with the notion the Pats may be pouring it on as an answer to the controversy about the spying. However, whether they cheated or not, and whether said cheating helped them win any Super Bowls, how would running up scores with this year's squad, so far looking like one of the greatest teams I've ever seen, absolve any of that? It would be like someone accusing a player of cheating to win the Wimbledon final, and that winner then beating their accuser 6-1 6-1 in their next meeting in the Podunk Open years later. The two aren't related. If the Pats won every game 50-0 the rest of the year, it wouldn't prove or disprove anything about any of their championship runs.

As to the actual subject of running it up, there is a school of thought in tennis whereby the greatest respect you can show your opponent is to beat them as badly (and quickly) as possible. Now, there's a difference between going all out and rubbing it in. If the dominant team has the ball with under a minute and the opponent has no time outs, you don't fake a kneeldown and throw a long pass. But up until the game is in the bag, there's nothing wrong with giving 100%. But it's a double-edged sword. If you're leading by 4 touchdowns midway through the 4th quarter, and the starters are still in there, and one of them gets hurt, I give you zero sympathy. After all, this isn't baseball-- you can put players back in if the margin shrinks too much.

One of the things I always found odd about the "coaching tree"-- wouldn't the coach they're trying to hype up be part of another coach's "tree"? In the Walsh example, wouldn't any head coach Walsh coached under then get credit for Walsh and his descendants, as well as those of any others on the staff? And then you'd go back to anyone that head coach coached under, etc.

Anywho, perhaps the only danger to a Pats 16-0 season is if someone "Carson's" Brady. Other than that, don't be surprised if they run the table. Interesting Super Bowl scenario would be an undefeated Pats team vs Dallas. It would drive the ESPN folks nuts. They wouldn't want to see a team supplant the '72 Dolphins with a better perfect record (or see Bill B tie Noll as the only head coaches with 4), but they absolutely HATE the Cowboys. On the plus side, this would be the best hope for a good game. Dallas actually led the Pats in the 3rd quarter after spotting them a 14-0 lead. (Someone really needs to talk to Garrett about this "slow start" thing-- not a good idea.) That was a Dallas team missing Anthony Henry and Terry Glenn, and with Newman and Ellis at considerably less than full speed. If all are healthy, could be interesting. But it's a long way to the post season. Every team in the league, including the Pats and Colts, are one injury away from a severe change in their fortunes. If Brady or Manning were to go down, disaster.

Speaking of quarterbacks, hey, Kiwi, what happened to all those defensive coordinators who "figured out" Romo last year? Did Jerry Jones have their memories wiped? Or could it be that, following Sean Payton's lead, what they actually figured out was Parcells' vanilla defense, forcing Romo to play a lot of catchup? But he might want to stay away from too many of those "60 stretch far luuuhhhhhh...." plays.

I didn't get a chance to see the "American Bowl" game Sunday, but I heard it was a clunker. We just never seem to send good football games out of country.

Nice post, but I was under the impression that most people hated the Cowboys. Including me, but that's only after years of coming into contact with bandwagoners who just rooted for the most prestigious sports teams. "Yea, I'm a Cowboys/Bulls/Yankees fan." Like hell they are. It's pathetic. And they always seem to be jerks as well.

That said, I'd like to see a Cowboys Pats Superbowl too.

tenn_ace
Oct 30th, 2007, 04:29 PM
no most people hate Pats, rightly or not. Although maybe you are right... There were more people cheering for Pats at the sports bar in London 2 weeks ago when they played Cowboys....

kiwifan
Oct 30th, 2007, 08:50 PM
I agree with the notion the Pats may be pouring it on as an answer to the controversy about the spying. However, whether they cheated or not, and whether said cheating helped them win any Super Bowls, how would running up scores with this year's squad, so far looking like one of the greatest teams I've ever seen, absolve any of that? It would be like someone accusing a player of cheating to win the Wimbledon final, and that winner then beating their accuser 6-1 6-1 in their next meeting in the Podunk Open years later. The two aren't related. If the Pats won every game 50-0 the rest of the year, it wouldn't prove or disprove anything about any of their championship runs.

As to the actual subject of running it up, there is a school of thought in tennis whereby the greatest respect you can show your opponent is to beat them as badly (and quickly) as possible. Now, there's a difference between going all out and rubbing it in. If the dominant team has the ball with under a minute and the opponent has no time outs, you don't fake a kneeldown and throw a long pass. But up until the game is in the bag, there's nothing wrong with giving 100%. But it's a double-edged sword. If you're leading by 4 touchdowns midway through the 4th quarter, and the starters are still in there, and one of them gets hurt, I give you zero sympathy. After all, this isn't baseball-- you can put players back in if the margin shrinks too much.

One of the things I always found odd about the "coaching tree"-- wouldn't the coach they're trying to hype up be part of another coach's "tree"? In the Walsh example, wouldn't any head coach Walsh coached under then get credit for Walsh and his descendants, as well as those of any others on the staff? And then you'd go back to anyone that head coach coached under, etc.

Anywho, perhaps the only danger to a Pats 16-0 season is if someone "Carson's" Brady. Other than that, don't be surprised if they run the table. Interesting Super Bowl scenario would be an undefeated Pats team vs Dallas. It would drive the ESPN folks nuts. They wouldn't want to see a team supplant the '72 Dolphins with a better perfect record (or see Bill B tie Noll as the only head coaches with 4), but they absolutely HATE the Cowboys. On the plus side, this would be the best hope for a good game. Dallas actually led the Pats in the 3rd quarter after spotting them a 14-0 lead. (Someone really needs to talk to Garrett about this "slow start" thing-- not a good idea.) That was a Dallas team missing Anthony Henry and Terry Glenn, and with Newman and Ellis at considerably less than full speed. If all are healthy, could be interesting. But it's a long way to the post season. Every team in the league, including the Pats and Colts, are one injury away from a severe change in their fortunes. If Brady or Manning were to go down, disaster.

Speaking of quarterbacks, hey, Kiwi, what happened to all those defensive coordinators who "figured out" Romo last year? Did Jerry Jones have their memories wiped? Or could it be that, following Sean Payton's lead, what they actually figured out was Parcells' vanilla defense, forcing Romo to play a lot of catchup? But he might want to stay away from too many of those "60 stretch far luuuhhhhhh...." plays.

I didn't get a chance to see the "American Bowl" game Sunday, but I heard it was a clunker. We just never seem to send good football games out of country.

Posts like this are why you're my favorite "NFL Poster" :worship:

I feel like my response to this post should just be, "Yep, Yeah, Yes, That's Right and Uh-Huh." :lol:

1. I agree Pats are running it up because of the "stain on their other titles" and running it up doesn't remove "the stain" for those who believe there's a stain. I personally only "believe" there's a stain on those titles when I'm in the same room as a Patriots Fan :devil: I like saying "all you had was signal theft and a good field goal kicker :nerner:"

2. I agree that if you don't want them keeping their best players in a clearly won game, start "all out blitzing" Brady. Sure Moss will get a couple more touchdowns but Brady will pay the price and I'm sure "Dirty Bill" will get the message. ;)

3. Funny enough, I'm currently reading Marv Levy's autobiography (it is hilarious) and he gave Bill Walsh his start in the college ranks. I am a 49er "hater", I admit, but I know the Bill Walsh tree actually started with Paul Brown...

...of course Paul Brown's system didn't "blow up" nationally until Bill Walsh acquired the Greatest dink passer of all time, Joe Montana. My impression was that other places concluded if a dink passer like Montana can look like Roger Staubach; and later on guys like Steve Bono and Elvis Grbac as 49ers ran the system statistically just like Joe Montana - well of course teams with real quarterbacks think its the best system in the world. So then the coaching tree which included darn near half the coaches in the NFL, proliferates.

Of course the rest of the coaching tree didn't have Jerry Rice, Roger Craig, John Taylor, Tom Rathman, all those great tight ends and most importantly the 49er offensive line which preceded the Broncos offensive line as the leg whipping undersized dirty dogs of the NFL.

The Walsh offense is only "unstoppable" when you've got all those weapons in place...if you took everything away from the 49ers they could still find that 5 yard pass to Rathman to keep the drives going. :rolleyes:

4. This is the year they (the Sports Reporters) actually want the Cowboys in the Super Bowl :lol:; but they totally want them to get their asses kicked 55-3. I think the Cowboys will be the only competitive Super Bowl match up with either the Colts or the Pats. I agree they don't want anyone to pass their precious '72 Dolphins or Dirty Bill to catch up to Chuck Noll on the Super Bowl win list; but if they humiliate Dallas in the Super Bowl, the Sports Reporters will "take it". ;) I'm hoping that if and when the rematch happens we'll have everyone healthy (meaning Terry Glenn on offense and all our starting corners on Defense); I like the Boys chances. :angel: :angel: :angel:

5. Romo is paid!!! An NFL Superstar in just 18 or 19 games :lol: :lol: :lol:. I like what the Tuna did for this team but you are correct, starting with the New Orleans game, his defense was exposed...they made no adjustments...NO ADJUSTMENTS!!! Bill was into person responsibility, reading and reacting but doing all those things in a way that eliminated a defensive player's instinct for the game. Tuna's system ultimately makes most individuals better players, so its not all bad. They're still adjusting to the new defense but the best thing about the new defense is that its NEW. :lol:

ico4498
Oct 30th, 2007, 10:17 PM
I still remember the Buffalo Bills coming back on the Houston Oilers back in the '90s :( and this is Pro Football...

agreed. just wish you used another example, this game is pure pain for Oiler fans:sad:!

kiwifan
Oct 30th, 2007, 10:20 PM
agreed. just wish you used another example, this game is pure pain for Oiler fans:sad:!

I was a "Luv Ya Blue/House of Pain" Oiler fan, too :)...

I did use the :( face. :angel:

nikita771
Oct 30th, 2007, 10:57 PM
I love NFL and LOVE the SF 49ers. In fact, for my birthday- I will be attending the 49ers/Falcons game this Sunday. They suck right now, but I still have to support my boys.

Ryan
Oct 30th, 2007, 11:04 PM
Im a huge Dolphins fan, so I dont have much reason to post here. :o

Donny
Oct 30th, 2007, 11:25 PM
Im a huge Dolphins fan, so I dont have much reason to post here. :o

You can talk about how my team just beat your guys in England :p

Wannabeknowitall
Oct 30th, 2007, 11:54 PM
Posts like this are why you're my favorite "NFL Poster" :worship:

I feel like my response to this post should just be, "Yep, Yeah, Yes, That's Right and Uh-Huh." :lol:

1. I agree Pats are running it up because of the "stain on their other titles" and running it up doesn't remove "the stain" for those who believe there's a stain. I personally only "believe" there's a stain on those titles when I'm in the same room as a Patriots Fan :devil: I like saying "all you had was signal theft and a good field goal kicker :nerner:"

2. I agree that if you don't want them keeping their best players in a clearly won game, start "all out blitzing" Brady. Sure Moss will get a couple more touchdowns but Brady will pay the price and I'm sure "Dirty Bill" will get the message. ;)


This is the year they (the Sports Reporters) actually want the Cowboys in the Super Bowl :lol:; but they totally want them to get their asses kicked 55-3. I think the Cowboys will be the only competitive Super Bowl match up with either the Colts or the Pats. I agree they don't want anyone to pass their precious '72 Dolphins or Dirty Bill to catch up to Chuck Noll on the Super Bowl win list; but if they humiliate Dallas in the Super Bowl, the Sports Reporters will "take it". ;) I'm hoping that if and when the rematch happens we'll have everyone healthy (meaning Terry Glenn on offense and all our starting corners on Defense); I like the Boys chances. :angel: :angel: :angel:

Romo is paid!!!

Conspiracy theories.
If you haven't noticed the worse player on the Patriots team is their backup quarterback.
They put him in a game and in less than a minute there was an interception.
They don't have a good running game. They can't put in backup quarterback and they can't run in the 4th quarter.
So Brady has to be in the game.
Should he just stand there and be pretty?
As much as I would like him to do that, he'll be sacked if he does.

If you're going to be a smart ass, then let's do it the right way.
All you had was a signal theft, a great field goal kicker, and A GREAT Field Goal Place Holder.
If you don't have the latter it seems that a team can lose in the playoffs to the Seahawks, losing a great chance to make at least the NFC Championship game. :wavey:

Well considering the Cowboys already tried to dare Brady to beat them by throwing, all out blitzes isn't the way to go.
You make them have to go on the run.

I disagree. You can tell that Manning and Brady would rather go head-to-head against Romo than Brett Favre.
Brady might have more rings than Brett but Brett has more experience than either combined.
By the way, I wouldn't put the Cowboys even as NFC East champions yet.
I think you made that same mistake last year and my Eagles came back and made Cowboy country look really stupid.

They must win games against NY Giants in two weeks and the Packers after that.
If they lose to the Packers they're fucked because it will likely mean that the Packers will get home field throughout the NFC playoffs.
Basically it's impossible to win a game in cold ass Green Bay in mid-Janurary against that polar bear Brett.

kiwifan
Oct 31st, 2007, 03:34 AM
If you're going to be a smart ass, then let's do it the right way.
All you had was a signal theft, a great field goal kicker, and A GREAT Field Goal Place Holder.
If you don't have the latter it seems that a team can lose in the playoffs to the Seahawks, losing a great chance to make at least the NFC Championship game. :wavey:

Well considering the Cowboys already tried to dare Brady to beat them by throwing, all out blitzes isn't the way to go.
You make them have to go on the run.

I disagree. You can tell that Manning and Brady would rather go head-to-head against Romo than Brett Favre.
Brady might have more rings than Brett but Brett has more experience than either combined.
By the way, I wouldn't put the Cowboys even as NFC East champions yet.
I think you made that same mistake last year and my Eagles came back and made Cowboy country look really stupid.

They must win games against NY Giants in two weeks and the Packers after that.
If they lose to the Packers they're fucked because it will likely mean that the Packers will get home field throughout the NFC playoffs.
Basically it's impossible to win a game in cold ass Green Bay in mid-Janurary against that polar bear Brett.

The usual hate coming out of Philly :lol: :devil: :lol:

[I]This is Romo Gets Paid Day, a day of celebration, not defamation.:angel:

You know Brett Favre is just going to throw up those same 50-50 balls deep. Two of them worked last night but the other teams will start catching them again (like they do every other year). The only good defenses scared of Brett are in the Retirement Home Flag Football league. :lol:

By Thanksgiving, the Cowboys will be the Master of their Domain :p. The Giants haven't played anybody since getting their asses whooped early in the season. The only teams the Cowboys might lose to are the Deadskins (cuz they always do that) and some jackass team like Detroit that they don't take seriously.

Every week that Defense gets a little better. :armed:

Every week Terry Glenn gets a little healthier. :angel:

I can see "the stars shine bright, day and night [clap clap clap clap] deep in the heart" of the playoffs...

...that's when the Brady Bunch are going to get a football lesson. :devil:

Meesh
Oct 31st, 2007, 08:31 AM
I'm an Eagles fan, My fantasy team on FOX Sports is close to the Dolphins record. :eek:
I actually won a game and that's due to my opponent being on vacation and not updating her players that had a "bye week". :lol:

I have friends that are big Giants fans and were so bummed that they played in England last week. We don't get many oppurtunities to see our teams in Florida. I do get to see my Eagles get spanked in Tampa every few years. :o

Donny
Nov 4th, 2007, 06:56 PM
Bumped for the upcoming Pats Colts match.

Who do you hope will win? Who do you think will win?

kiwifan
Nov 4th, 2007, 09:08 PM
I don't like either team, but I like Tony Dungy a lot more than Belicheat so it would be funnier for the Pats to lose. :p

tterb
Nov 4th, 2007, 09:29 PM
Born and raised in Indy, so gotta go with my team. Would love to shut up all the 19-0, greatest team ever talk.

kiwifan
Nov 4th, 2007, 10:16 PM
Born and raised in Indy, so gotta go with my team. Would love to shut up all the 19-0, greatest team ever talk.

Well I'd really like Dallas to shut up all that talk in a Super Bowl rematch with the Patriots.

But if the Colts beat us to it, so be it. :devil:

mckyle.
Nov 4th, 2007, 10:21 PM
pro sucks. no passion, all done for the money.

tterb
Nov 4th, 2007, 10:27 PM
No offense, but you're complaining about that with Britney Spears in your sig and avatar? :tape:

Also, Bob Sanders vehemently disagrees.

doni1212
Nov 4th, 2007, 11:37 PM
I'm a HUGE football fan!!! My favorite team is the Pittsburgh Steelers because that is my hometown!!!!!!
My second favorite team is the Indianapolis Colts!! So, I am currently watching that game and hoping they seal this fourth quarter to remain undefeated!

tterb
Nov 5th, 2007, 12:26 AM
Shit. Good game, and Patriots overcame about three questionable calls. Colts' D shut 'em down most of the game, but those long passes to Moss and Stallworth were killers. And the Colts' offense just didn't convert long drives into enough TDs in the end.

Anyway, there's hardly any disparity between the two teams from what I saw. A healthy Harrison and Gonzalez would have been huge, but you gotta use what you have. Hope to see an AFC Championship rematch in the playoffs. It would be an obvious advantage for the Patriots, who are used to shitty weather affecting games, but to be the best, you gotta beat the best, and all that jazz. Get 'em next time, Colts.

Donny
Nov 5th, 2007, 12:31 AM
The Colts fell apart in the fourth. A 20-10 lead wasted.... sigh.

Sally Struthers
Nov 5th, 2007, 12:49 AM
oh well, the colts were not at full strength today and yet hung in with and even outplayed NE for much of the game. Given NE's schedule, they may in fact go undefeated in the regular season. As for whether or not Manning can win the AFC championship game in Foxborough in the dead of winter... I have my doubts ... but if anyone can it would be the Colts.

doni1212
Nov 5th, 2007, 12:52 AM
Nice try, Colts!!
Now, it's up to the Ravens or the Steelers to defeat the Patriots!!! (Maybe the Eagles, or Giants, possibly)

_Natasha_
Nov 5th, 2007, 12:53 AM
Colts will get them back in the playoffs :yeah:

eugreene2
Nov 5th, 2007, 01:11 AM
I'm madd late responding to this thread ... but I'm a serious NFL fan. NFL & Tennis are neck & neck in my book.

All congrats to the patriots tonight but considering the Colts injuries, Indy looked like the better team. Even in defeat!

Wannabeknowitall
Nov 5th, 2007, 01:38 AM
I'm madd late responding to this thread ... but I'm a serious NFL fan. NFL & Tennis are neck & neck in my book.

All congrats to the patriots tonight but considering the Colts injuries, Indy looked like the better team. Even in defeat!

Can you even remember the last time the Colts have looked bad in their own dome? :lol:

Sorry but the Colts probably just lost home field advantage in that game today.
There are four places you really don't want to play a football playoff game, @ The Saints, @ The Patriots, @ The Colts, and @ The Packers.
I just don't see the Patriots losing two games.

meyerpl
Nov 5th, 2007, 01:54 AM
You know Brett Favre is just going to throw up those same 50-50 balls deep. Two of them worked last night but the other teams will start catching them again (like they do every other year). The only good defenses scared of Brett are in the Retirement Home Flag Football league.

:
Apparently, you haven't watched much of Brett Favre. While Favre does throw a lot of interceptions, it's not from throwing deep balls "up for grabs", he's usually trying to thread a needle with a fastball. When he does that, sometimes bad things happen. Other times, he connects with a receiver with a pass announcers say, "only Brett Favre could have thrown". As for throwing deep, he rarely does it and when he does it usually works out pretty well.

kiwifan
Nov 5th, 2007, 02:09 AM
Apparently, you haven't watched much of Brett Favre. While Favre does throw a lot of interceptions, it's not from throwing deep balls "up for grabs", he's usually trying to thread a needle with a fastball. When he does that, sometimes bad things happen. Other times, he connects with a receiver with a pass announcers say, "only Brett Favre could have thrown". As for throwing deep, he rarely does it and when he does it usually works out pretty well. I've watched my triplets beat him like a rug, that's for sure. :lol: And I look forward to the next generation continuing that tradition. :devil:

He's the all time interception king because he throws stupid passes into coverage all over the field. When his receivers are on he wins, but its no accident that he's been to all of one successful Super Bowl*. He's a gunner. Very entertaining, but a just a good gunner.



*and at that time Reggie White was the "team leader" and Desmond Howard, a special teamer won the Super Bowl MVP ;)

doni1212
Nov 5th, 2007, 02:11 AM
Can you even remember the last time the Colts have looked bad in their own dome? :lol:

Sorry but the Colts probably just lost home field advantage in that game today.
There are four places you really don't want to play a football playoff game, @ The Saints, @ The Patriots, @ The Colts, and @ The Packers.
I just don't see the Patriots losing two games.

Pittsburgh too, ;)

meyerpl
Nov 5th, 2007, 02:18 AM
I've watched my triplets beat him like a rug, that's for sure. :lol: And I look forward to the next generation continuing that tradition. :devil:

He's the all time interception king because he throws stupid passes into coverage all over the field. When his receivers are on he wins, but its no accident that he's been to all of one successful Super Bowl. He's a gunner. Very entertaining, but a just a good gunner.
You're talking out of an orifice other than your mouth. Favre is the NFL's all-time most accurate passer with at least 6,000 attempts, with a 61.1 completion percentage. (Marino is second at 59.4%.)

mckyle.
Nov 5th, 2007, 04:07 AM
No offense, but you're complaining about that with Britney Spears in your sig and avatar? :tape:

Also, Bob Sanders vehemently disagrees.

Brit has no passion, yet she has produced her greatest album yet? Sure.

Sally Struthers
Nov 5th, 2007, 04:08 AM
Question for Eagles fans...

Who's Mcnabb's favorite receiver?






















the ground! :haha: :haha: :haha:

kiwifan
Nov 5th, 2007, 05:15 AM
You're talking out of an orifice other than your mouth. Favre is the NFL's all-time most accurate passer with at least 6,000 attempts, with a 61.1 completion percentage. (Marino is second at 59.4%.)

and why the qualifier of "with at least 6,000 attempts"? :lol:

Let me guess how many Quarterbacks have 6,000 attempts, no let's not I picked great quarterback at random who had a nice long career, Jim Kelly and looked it up and he didn't even have 5000 attempts and he ran a pass happy offense. :lol:

So I guess I know why the qualifier of "at least 6,000 attempts" talk about a bullshit stat for accuracy. Methinks you are talking out of an orifice other than your mouth with this bullshit stat.

nice try but not buying what you're selling. :nerner:

Very entertaining, but a just a good gunner.

meyerpl
Nov 5th, 2007, 12:40 PM
He's the all time interception king because he throws stupid passes into coverage all over the field. When his receivers are on he wins, but its no accident that he's been to all of one successful Super Bowl*. He's a gunner. Very entertaining, but a just a good gunner.

He has the most career attempts, TD passes, wins and completions, so yeah, it's not unlikely he has the most interceptions too. When he delivers the most wins of any quarterback in history, you live with the interceptions. He is, in the minds of most people who have ever played or coached in the NFL, one of the all time greats. Current players, by a wide margin, voted him the toughest quarterback in the league.

Bottom line: You don't see him sitting in the broadcast booth jacking his jaw because he bumped his head.

kiwifan
Nov 5th, 2007, 04:24 PM
He has the most career attempts, TD passes, wins and completions, so yeah, it's not unlikely he has the most interceptions too. When he delivers the most wins of any quarterback in history, you live with the interceptions. He is, in the minds of most people who have ever played or coached in the NFL, one of the all time greats. Current players, by a wide margin, voted him the toughest quarterback in the league.

Bottom line: You don't see him sitting in the broadcast booth jacking his jaw because he bumped his head.Aww, no you "di-ih" bring Saint Troy into this :fiery:...

But my boy jacking his jaw could hit receivers between the numbers coming out of a break and win a Super Bowl MVP and 3 rings.

I've seen the Cowboys then third string Quarterback, now offensive coordinator, Jason Garrett outplay Favre, by just throwing it up deep to Alvin Harper, throwing it up works if you have the right receivers, there's no shame to it. :p

I like watching Favre play. Brett's a great quarterback, tough, fun and very entertaining. But I wouldn't want him to be MY quarterback not in the 90s and not now (don't ask me about 5 years ago)

doni1212
Nov 6th, 2007, 03:19 AM
Us Steelers are kicking ass!!!!!
:armed: :armed: :armed:

kiwifan
Nov 6th, 2007, 03:26 AM
Us Steelers are kicking ass!!!!!
:armed: :armed: :armed:

I hope the Ravens put up enough of a fight, in the second half, that Big Ben has to throw 3 more touchdown passes. :devil:

mykarma
Nov 6th, 2007, 03:47 AM
Bumped for the upcoming Pats Colts match.

Who do you hope will win? Who do you think will win?
It's great being a New England fan. The Red Sox, Patriots, and now, the Celtics. Even though BC lost this weekend, they're still doing very well. :bounce::bounce::bounce:

mykarma
Nov 6th, 2007, 03:55 AM
I'm madd late responding to this thread ... but I'm a serious NFL fan. NFL & Tennis are neck & neck in my book.

All congrats to the patriots tonight but considering the Colts injuries, Indy looked like the better team. Even in defeat!
Looked better in defeat. (kidding). Like someone else mentioned, there were a couple of bad calls that went against the Patriots, but with the Patriots being down by 10 with 10 minutes left to play has nothing to do with injuries. The Colts defense knew the Pat's had to go for the long ball and still couldn't stop them. It shows that the Pats know how to win and did what they needed to do to get it.

That being said, this is very exciting and both teams are heads above any of the other teams.

Go New England. :bounce::bounce::bounce:

BTW, I don't care if they go undefeated or not, they have home field against the Colts.

mykarma
Nov 6th, 2007, 03:59 AM
Pittsburgh too, ;)
I love your Serena quote.

doni1212
Nov 6th, 2007, 04:25 AM
I love your Serena quote.

Thanks, :yeah:

eugreene2
Nov 6th, 2007, 12:10 PM
It's something about this patriots team - They are NOT winning the super bowl.

mykarma
Nov 6th, 2007, 01:28 PM
It's something about this patriots team - They are NOT winning the super bowl.
Who do you think will beat them?

doni1212
Nov 6th, 2007, 02:15 PM
Who do you think will beat them?

Steelers! And then, the Colts will get revenge in the playoffs. I honestly don't think the Patriots will win the Superbowl either, :shrug: They are overrated, :lol:

stickwitju(ju)
Nov 6th, 2007, 04:22 PM
Spit out those grapes, Don Shula, you sour mf.

mykarma
Nov 6th, 2007, 06:26 PM
Steelers! And then, the Colts will get revenge in the playoffs. I honestly don't think the Patriots will win the Superbowl either, :shrug: They are overrated, :lol:
Hysterical!!! They're only 9-0. :kiss:

doni1212
Nov 6th, 2007, 06:52 PM
Hysterical!!! They're only 9-0. :kiss:

:lol: I just had to say that overrated comment though, lol. But, we'll see how they fare when the Steelers face them, ;)

mykarma
Nov 6th, 2007, 09:53 PM
:lol: I just had to say that overrated comment though, lol. But, we'll see how they fare when the Steelers face them, ;)
If they beat the Steelers, then what?

Zombielicious
Nov 6th, 2007, 09:57 PM
I'm so glad the Pats defeated The Colts.

I'm just hoping the Bears can come back and do better after their bye week. :)

doni1212
Nov 6th, 2007, 11:46 PM
If they beat the Steelers, then what?

Well, then my mouth will have to be sealed for awhile. Until playoffs, at least, ;)
But not another ring for the Patriots, :p

mykarma
Nov 7th, 2007, 01:51 AM
Well, then my mouth will have to be sealed for awhile. Until playoffs, at least, ;)
But not another ring for the Patriots, :p
Looks like you'll be looking like this. :tape:

doni1212
Nov 7th, 2007, 05:08 AM
Looks like you'll be looking like this. :tape:

We'll see, :p

CanIGetAWhat
Nov 11th, 2007, 11:41 PM
I may have to jump on the Packers' bandwagon. The shutout of the Vikings was spectacular! :worship: 34-0 :worship: :worship: :worship:

I :lol: when Darren Sharper and Cedric Griffin collided in the end zone and the ball bounced off them into the hands of Ruvell Martin. :worship:

http://img212.imageshack.us/img212/5696/capt4cd894a55adf477f95dpx8.jpg

:worship: :worship: :worship:

kiwifan
Nov 12th, 2007, 12:11 AM
Looks like that Free Agent QB, picked up off the streets is just flat out better than that "First, Over All, Pick ". :smoke:

Bring on the Deadskins!!!

HOW BOUT THEM COWBOYS!!!

:bounce: :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

doni1212
Nov 12th, 2007, 02:19 AM
STEELERS PULL OUT A TIGHT ONE AND COME FROM BEHIND TO BEAT THE BROWNS, 31-28!!!
7-2 BABY!!!!!!! :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

mykarma
Nov 19th, 2007, 01:20 AM
STEELERS PULL OUT A TIGHT ONE AND COME FROM BEHIND TO BEAT THE BROWNS, 31-28!!!
7-2 BABY!!!!!!! :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:
It back fired this time. Jets 19, Steelers 16.

Go Pats!!! Keep the streak going.

kiwifan
Nov 19th, 2007, 01:33 AM
This is a shout out to Andy "drug emporium" Reid and Jeff Lurie and the rest of the suckas in Philly and Skip Bayless and the rest of the ESPN lemmings and maybe even the Deadskins, not that they matter :haha:

When I say Terrell, you say Owens...

Terrell...

...Owens!!!

Terrell...

...Owens!!!

Now when I way Tony, you say Romo...

Tony...

...Romo!!!

Tony...

...Romo!!!

Everybody say, 4 touchdowns...

4 Touchdowns!!!

DIGTBK :devil:

doni1212
Nov 19th, 2007, 04:26 AM
It back fired this time. Jets 19, Steelers 16.

Go Pats!!! Keep the streak going.





I knew you would be the one to bring this up, lol. I'm so pissed off right now, :fiery:
We lost to the fucking JETS!!! Well, we got the Dolphins, Bengals, and then the Patriots...:devil:

*JR*
Nov 19th, 2007, 04:08 PM
...

When I say Terrell, you say Owens...

Terrell...

...Owens!!!

Terrell...

...Owens!!!

Now when I way Tony, you say Romo...

Tony...

...Romo!!!

Tony...

...Romo!!!

...

DIGTBK :devil:
T.O. may still go nuts yet. And I do recall that early last season when I said Tuna should Bench Bledsoe in favor of Romo, "yuo" were chicken on that one. :tape:

kiwifan
Nov 19th, 2007, 04:27 PM
T.O. may still go nuts yet. And I do recall that early last season when I said Tuna should Bench Bledsoe in favor of Romo, "yuo" were chicken on that one. :tape:

Keep beating that dead horse.

I've never been anti-Romo; always pro winning next week. Bet yuo can't find an anti-Romo quote from me, ever. ;) They made the switch from Bledsoe at the right time, even Romo agrees that he wasn't ready "earlier" which means yuo can call Romo a chicken too, if it pleases yuo.

So yuo and the dead horse can ... :p

...FYI - I went back and read the old thread and couldn't quite find any public statements that involved you championing Tony Romo...but I could find statements that included me praising him and supporting the switch...when it happened. :nerner:

Wannabeknowitall
Nov 19th, 2007, 05:00 PM
[I]This is a shout out to Andy "drug emporium" Reid and Jeff Lurie and the rest of the suckas in Philly and Skip Bayless and the rest of the ESPN lemmings and maybe even the Deadskins, not that they matter :haha:



You are such an asshole.
One thing to go after the Eagles, it's another to come after me thru the Eagles.
You obviously have a lot of issues.
Many of my closest friends are Cowboy fans and although I took joy in them choking away the NFC East last year (since I predicted it), once they made the playoffs I really didn't care.
And I didn't go, oh Dallas Cowboy fans are losers or of the such.
Can you control yourself and not keep something that's a game non-personal, or is that something that is too much for you to handle?

By the way, we're still only one game out of the playoffs.
Detroit will lose to Green Bay. The Eagles will lose to the Patriots.
We're still one game out of the playoffs. We beat Detriot this season, so if we just catch up to them.

9-7 or even 8-8 could be the record of the last playoff team.

stickwitju(ju)
Nov 19th, 2007, 05:18 PM
Grandpa Brett def. Grandpa Vinny.

:rocker:

kiwifan
Nov 19th, 2007, 10:20 PM
You are such an asshole.
One thing to go after the Eagles, it's another to come after me thru the Eagles.
You obviously have a lot of issues.
Many of my closest friends are Cowboy fans and although I took joy in them choking away the NFC East last year (since I predicted it), once they made the playoffs I really didn't care.
And I didn't go, oh Dallas Cowboy fans are losers or of the such.
Can you control yourself and not keep something that's a game non-personal, or is that something that is too much for you to handle?

By the way, we're still only one game out of the playoffs.
Detroit will lose to Green Bay. The Eagles will lose to the Patriots.
We're still one game out of the playoffs. We beat Detriot this season, so if we just catch up to them.

9-7 or even 8-8 could be the record of the last playoff team.

come after you. :haha:

I'm from New Jersey, high school and college. My best friend in LA is a Eagle fan who calls me during the games to talk shit...

...ain't nobody thinkin' about you loooooooooser...

...I'm thinking about Eagle Fans who cheered when they thought my all time favorite player was paralyzed in their shitty stadium...

...in fact whenever I ride by the stadium, I give it the finger...

...and even then, I'm not thinking about you. :haha:

Now, just beginning with this sentence I'm thinking about you and I'm thinking...

...What a retard!!! :spit: :haha:

:dance:

mykarma
Nov 19th, 2007, 10:41 PM
I knew you would be the one to bring this up, lol. I'm so pissed off right now, :fiery:
We lost to the fucking JETS!!! Well, we got the Dolphins, Bengals, and then the Patriots...:devil:
You know I couldn't resist. :devil: Anyhow, it happens to the best of teams. :tape:

Go Pats!!!

kiwifan
Nov 19th, 2007, 11:24 PM
Go Pats!!!

Couldn't rep you, to talk about how next Super Bowl, the Cowboys are going to hire Shannon Sharpe to do his, "Call the President and tell him to alert the National Guard because we have the Patriots surrounded" routine. :p

As Patrick Crayton would say, that is if the Patriots make it to the Super Bowl. :hehehe:

So I owe you one greenie. :angel:

Wannabeknowitall
Nov 19th, 2007, 11:31 PM
come after you. :haha:

I'm from New Jersey, high school and college. My best friend in LA is a Eagle fan who calls me during the games to talk shit...

...ain't nobody thinkin' about you loooooooooser...

...I'm thinking about Eagle Fans who cheered when they thought my all time favorite player was paralyzed in their shitty stadium...

...in fact whenever I ride by the stadium, I give it the finger...

...and even then, I'm not thinking about you. :haha:

Now, just beginning with this sentence I'm thinking about you and I'm thinking...

...What a retard!!! :spit: :haha:

:dance:

You are such an asshole.



OMG. I didn't have to do a damn thing.
New Jersey and the Eagles have no correlation. There is no deep fielded Eagles country there.

By the way, the Queen called, she would like her mirror back.
It seems it's been telling you that you're the fairest of them all for way too long of a time.

mykarma
Nov 19th, 2007, 11:33 PM
Couldn't rep you, to talk about how next Super Bowl, the Cowboys are going to hire Shannon Sharpe to do his, "Call the President and tell him to alert the National Guard because we have the Patriots surrounded" routine. :p

As Patrick Crayton would say, that is if the Patriots make it to the Super Bowl. :hehehe:

So I owe you one greenie. :angel:
Did he say that after the Patriots kicked their butts or before? :devil:

kiwifan
Nov 19th, 2007, 11:45 PM
OMG. I didn't have to do a damn thing.
New Jersey and the Eagles have no correlation. There is no deep fielded Eagles country there.



So full of shit, South Jersey is where any Philly fans with brains live. North Jersey is Giant idiots who I also hold in low esteem; and that has nothing to do with you either. :tape: :tape: :tape: :lol:

I was in Avalon, NJ on that trip where I happened to flip off the Eagles Stadium and half the houses on Avalon seem to be summer homes for PA types with $$$ and the smarts not to leave their money in "the ugliest city in America". :haha:

So does it occur to you that there is a connection between T.O. catching 4 touchdowns and my laughing at Andy "drug emporium" Reid and Jeff Lurie and the rest of the suckas in Philly :scratch:

a connection that has jack shit to do with your silly ass? :lol:

FYI - I checked my mirror...

...and I do look good. :dance:

kiwifan
Nov 19th, 2007, 11:48 PM
Did he say that after the Patriots kicked their butts or before? :devil:

right after, cuz we roll like that. :smoke:

Da Bears recorded the Super Bowl Shuffle right after losing to Miami...

...Da Boys will be waiting for Da Belichicks :armed:

doni1212
Nov 19th, 2007, 11:57 PM
You know I couldn't resist. :devil: Anyhow, it happens to the best of teams. :tape:

Go Pats!!!

Lol, I can't wait till they lose. Tom Brady just looked too cocky at the end of the Patriots game.
It's a shame cuz he is super fine, but I just hate cockiness.

Zombielicious
Nov 20th, 2007, 12:31 AM
:sobbing: The Bears are 4 and 6.

mykarma
Nov 20th, 2007, 03:22 AM
So full of shit, South Jersey is where any Philly fans with brains live. North Jersey is Giant idiots who I also hold in low esteem; and that has nothing to do with you either. :tape: :tape: :tape: :lol:

I was in Avalon, NJ on that trip where I happened to flip off the Eagles Stadium and half the houses on Avalon seem to be summer homes for PA types with $$$ and the smarts not to leave their money in "the ugliest city in America". :haha:

So does it occur to you that there is a connection between T.O. catching 4 touchdowns and my laughing at :scratch:

a connection that has jack shit to do with your silly ass? :lol:

FYI - I checked my mirror...

...and I do look good. :dance:

:lol::lol::lol:

mykarma
Nov 20th, 2007, 03:25 AM
right after, cuz we roll like that. :smoke:

Da Bears recorded the Super Bowl Shuffle right after losing to Miami...

...Da Boys will be waiting for Da Belichicks :armed:
Da Boys might have to use those guns to blow their heads off. :lol:

Just kidding. :D

mykarma
Nov 20th, 2007, 03:31 AM
Lol, I can't wait till they lose. Tom Brady just looked too cocky at the end of the Patriots game.
It's a shame cuz he is super fine, but I just hate cockiness.
You can only be cocky if you're winning. :D.

You can't wait for them to lose cause they're kicking every body's behind. I'd feel the same way if I wasn't a Pat's fan, but since I am. :bounce::bounce::bounce:

Wannabeknowitall
Nov 20th, 2007, 05:18 AM
So full of shit, South Jersey is where any Philly fans with brains live. North Jersey is Giant idiots who I also hold in low esteem; and that has nothing to do with you either. :tape: :tape: :tape: :lol:

I was in Avalon, NJ on that trip where I happened to flip off the Eagles Stadium and half the houses on Avalon seem to be summer homes for PA types with $$$ and the smarts not to leave their money in "the ugliest city in America". :haha:

So does it occur to you that there is a connection between T.O. catching 4 touchdowns and my laughing at :scratch:

a connection that has jack shit to do with your silly ass? :lol:

FYI - I checked my mirror...

...and I do look good. :dance:


Riight. Smart philly fans live in South Jersey.
Considering some of the South Jersey people lived in South philly and left prematurely before the area became worth something, I really would have to say, you don't know fuck what you're talking about. :lol:

Also Avalon is on the sea. Now maybe you don't get this but any place, a oommonwealth, a soviergn state, that is locked inland, many people like to have property where they don't feel as locked in, like a beach.
So there are people in Colorado who have property in California.
Tina Turner has property in Switzerland and the French Rivera. Hmmm.
OMG who would have thought!!! Amazing. :rolleyes:

I don't care. Like I said before I noticed the same thing about my city before the report came out months ago. There's a lot average looking people here.
I wouldn't be one of them though.

By the way, when I meant, fairest I meant non-judgemental, someone who can use prudence. Someone who has self-control.
Someone who doesn't lash out on people on something that's a game.
Insecurity issues perhaps.

Who knows. What I do know is you talk a lot of shit and you don't back it up.

kiwifan
Nov 20th, 2007, 09:50 AM
Riight. Smart philly fans live in South Jersey.
Considering some of the South Jersey people lived in South philly and left prematurely before the area became worth something, I really would have to say, you don't know fuck what you're talking about. :lol:

Also Avalon is on the sea. Now maybe you don't get this but any place, a oommonwealth, a soviergn state, that is locked inland, many people like to have property where they don't feel as locked in, like a beach.
So there are people in Colorado who have property in California.
Tina Turner has property in Switzerland and the French Rivera. Hmmm.
OMG who would have thought!!! Amazing. :rolleyes:

I don't care. Like I said before I noticed the same thing about my city before the report came out months ago. There's a lot average looking people here.
I wouldn't be one of them though.

By the way, when I meant, fairest I meant non-judgemental, someone who can use prudence. Someone who has self-control.
Someone who doesn't lash out on people on something that's a game.
Insecurity issues perhaps.

Who knows. What I do know is you talk a lot of shit and you don't back it up.

Back up talk to someone I'm not even talking to? :scratch::weirdo:

I guess we're back to your Retard issues. :devil:

Fine, if you insist that I consider you a Philly Sucka...

...after careful consideration, you are now a Philly Sucka which means going forward feel free to get your panties in a wad whenever I diss Eagle Fans and the organization because even if I'm not thinking of you specifically - you are included in the entire meat headed loser collective that is Philly Suckas.

Happy now? :)



FYI - somehow the entire population of sports fans other than you can figure out that the exchange of insults between rival fan bases is all in fun. That is what makes you a retard. Geography merely allows you since you are so desperate to feel included, to be a Philly Sucka. But I'm still not thinking about you at all when issues of pretty much anything surface in the real world, sorry Charlie you just don't matter. That's all.

Wannabeknowitall
Nov 20th, 2007, 12:53 PM
Back up talk to someone I'm not even talking to? :scratch::weirdo:

I guess we're back to your Retard issues. :devil:

Fine, if you insist that I consider you a Philly Sucka...

...after careful consideration, you are now a Philly Sucka which means going forward feel free to get your panties in a wad whenever I diss Eagle Fans and the organization because even if I'm not thinking of you specifically - you are included in the entire meat headed loser collective that is Philly Suckas.

Happy now? :)



FYI - somehow the entire population of sports fans other than you can figure out that the exchange of insults between rival fan bases is all in fun. That is what makes you a retard. Geography merely allows you since you are so desperate to feel included, to be a Philly Sucka. But I'm still not thinking about you at all when issues of pretty much anything surface in the real world, sorry Charlie you just don't matter. That's all.

What!!! No bright orange color in your post?
I'm insulted by the lack of color.
You know for someone so intelligent, you play the forum idiot very well.

The only thing you could find wrong with my post was backing up the :bs:. :lol:
You didn't even do it in the previous post when you were talking to me.
BTW, I think we passed the point where you weren't talking to or about me 5 posts ago.

kiwifan
Nov 24th, 2007, 01:20 AM
I know, I know, it was just the Jets...

...but How Bout Them Cowboys!!! :banana:

mykarma
Nov 24th, 2007, 03:15 AM
I know, I know, it was just the Jets...

...but How Bout Them Cowboys!!! :banana:
Back on topic; can't wait for the Cowboys and the Packers. :bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce:

kiwifan
Nov 24th, 2007, 05:51 AM
Back on topic; can't wait for the Cowboys and the Packers. :bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce:

The NFC Supremacy Smackdown on Thursday. :boxing:

kiwifan
Nov 25th, 2007, 07:42 PM
"At The Half"

I'm laughing at Eli "what a draft choice" Manning :spit: and the Giants :haha:...

...The Deadskins :haha:...

...and I might as well start laughing at the FLEAgles a little early cuz that result will be the funniest one of the day. :tape: :haha: :haha:

I might have to root for the Eagles at the pub, just for comic relief. :haha: :dead:

Can't wait for some real NFC football on Thursday. :smoke:

Wannabeknowitall
Nov 25th, 2007, 08:46 PM
...and I might as well start laughing at the FLEAgles a little early cuz that result will be the funniest one of the day. :tape: :haha: :haha:



Considering AJ Feeley is one of the few quarterbacks in the NFL who has won a game against the Patriots in the last 4 years, maybe you might want to look at the Minnesota/Giants game as the funniest one of the day.

By the way, you might not like what you see in that Packers/Cowboys game.
Must win game.

kiwifan
Nov 25th, 2007, 09:21 PM
Considering AJ Feeley is one of the few quarterbacks in the NFL who has won a game against the Patriots in the last 4 years, maybe you might want to look at the Minnesota/Giants game as the funniest one of the day.

By the way, you might not like what you see in that Packers/Cowboys game.
Must win game.

Ain't no "must win" games left on the Cowboys schedule until the Playoffs Begin. :nerner:

Just a whole bunch of "expect to win" games left. :devil:

And in the extremely unlikely event of the Eagles beating the Pats, somehow I don't think my laughter will be any less...

...it will just be aimed a little higher up on the East Coast of the Map. :hehehe:

ps. I hate the Giants a lot more than I hate the Eagles, so yes the Giants-Vikings Game was the funniest one of the day. :smoke:

tenn_ace
Nov 25th, 2007, 11:26 PM
poor Eli today and I don't even like the guy (no thanks to his "priceless" bro :spit:)

mykarma
Nov 26th, 2007, 01:03 AM
"At The Half"

I'm laughing at Eli "what a draft choice" Manning :spit: and the Giants :haha:...

...The Deadskins :haha:...

...and I might as well start laughing at the FLEAgles a little early cuz that result will be the funniest one of the day. :tape: :haha: :haha:

I might have to root for the Eagles at the pub, just for comic relief. :haha: :dead:

Can't wait for some real NFC football on Thursday. :smoke:
Shame on you. :devil:

mykarma
Nov 26th, 2007, 01:12 AM
Ain't no "must win" games left on the Cowboys schedule until the Playoffs Begin. :nerner:

Just a whole bunch of "expect to win" games left. :devil:

And in the extremely unlikely event of the Eagles beating the Pats, somehow I don't think my laughter will be any less...

...it will just be aimed a little higher up on the East Coast of the Map. :hehehe:

ps. I hate the Giants a lot more than I hate the Eagles, so yes the Giants-Vikings Game was the funniest one of the day. :smoke:
Since the Bills lost, the Pats are already in the playoffs. :bounce::bounce::bounce:

Anyhow, if Eli's last name wasn't Manning he probably wouldn't still be the starting quarter back.

Zombielicious
Nov 26th, 2007, 01:29 AM
Whoa. What an intense game between The Bears and The Broncos. So glad the Bears won it! :yeah:

And can I just say that Eli was looking gorgeous today, despite his bad play? ;) :inlove:

doni1212
Nov 26th, 2007, 03:55 AM
"At The Half"

...and I might as well start laughing at the FLEAgles a little early cuz that result will be the funniest one of the day. :tape: :haha: :haha:

I might have to root for the Eagles at the pub, just for comic relief. :haha: :dead:[/COLOR]



You are so close to eating your words right now....:tape: :haha: :haha:

mykarma
Nov 26th, 2007, 04:37 AM
You are so close to eating your words right now....:tape: :haha: :haha:
Eagles played a tremendous game but Pats are still undefeated.

Go Pats:bounce::bounce::bounce:

mykarma
Nov 26th, 2007, 04:53 AM
You are so close to eating your words right now....:tape: :haha: :haha:
Sorry Doni but I know you're pissed off again. :bigcry::bigcry::bigcry:

kiwifan
Nov 26th, 2007, 05:21 AM
You are so close to eating your words right now....:tape: :haha: :haha:

And in the extremely unlikely event of the Eagles beating the Pats, somehow I don't think my laughter will be any less...

...it will just be aimed a little higher up on the East Coast of the Map. :hehehe:You should probably try reading all my words, kiddo. ;)

www.rif.org (http://www.rif.org)

The way it went down, just made it a more painful loss for the Philly Suckas, a "coulda woulda" instead of a beat down like the one Dallas just gave them. That said, "good on them" for putting up a fight.

Pats survived their "trap game", end of story...

...unless the Eagles want to make my off season and drop McNabb for Feeley which will keep the Eagles in the toilet bowl for another 6-10 years. :lol:

*JR*
Nov 26th, 2007, 03:15 PM
...
...unless the Eagles want to make my off season and drop McNabb for Feeley which will keep the Eagles in the toilet bowl for another 6-10 years. :lol:
Since Donovan is already 30 and gets injured a lot, he almost surely has 5 years or less left in his career. It would do Philly a lot of good to trade him to a contender for draft choices and/or young raw talent and take a lets say 3-13 rebuilding season.

The late Tom Landry's mistake in the 80's was scraping together Cowboy teams that could turn in seasons in the .500 neighborhood and even make the playoffs here and there as I recall. Then Jerry bought the team and hired his college pal Jimmy as coach.

So they traded marquee running back Herschel Walker to the Vikings for draft choices, and took that 1-15 season. A brilliant move, as their own picks were higher (and Minn. didn't go so far that those were near the end of each round; in fact, they traded Herschel to the Eagles in a couple of years).

Soon Dallas had turned those picks into players like Emmitt Smith, Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin, Eric Williams, Leon Lett, etc. The second year under the new regime was 8-8, the 3rd was 12-4 (though Detroit blew them out in the first playoff game) and then they won 2 straight Super Bowls.

Jeff Lurie needs to follow a similar strategy, or he might as well take his big profit from the stadium deal, etc. and just sell the team.

kiwifan
Nov 26th, 2007, 03:49 PM
McNabb ain't Herschel Walker.

Philly trades ain't the Cowboys trades.

Philly = Pedestrian; Cowboys = Legendary always remember that.

Walker was thought to be a once in a lifetime talent (they didn't know Bo, I guess :lol: ) who only needed to be properly harnessed...

...a missing ingredient in an otherwise promising Vikings team.

With the salary cap being what it is, McNabb will likely only fetch a second or possibly even a third for the Eagles from most teams (McNair went for free to the Ravens and I'd say Donovan is only a couple of years better)...

...they'd only be well off trading McNabb to the Bears who might give them Sexy Rexy or that other bum backup :tape: and a couple of Defensive players who are contract problems for the cheap ass Bears organization.

Of course then the Bears will thrive for the next 5 years while the Eagles fans do what they do best, complain. :haha:

They could rebuild while not getting rid of him so they're much better off developing that scrub they drafted last year or some other scrub they draft next year and letting Donovan "die on the vine" since he's their best chance to go all the way - probably for the next 10 years.

On a funnier note, did you read what the Post had to say about my favorite QB, Eli the Great?

It was that sort of now-you-see-it, now-you-don't afternoon for the Giants and especially for Eli Manning. Rarely can one side of the ball, and one player in particular, take a week of game-planning and preparation and render everything utterly useless. Based solely on his performance, the Giants never had a chance.

A quarterback can play until he's 50 and never compromise his team's ability to succeed as dreadfully at Manning did, as he threw four interceptions, three of which were returned for touchdowns by the Vikings and another that all-but put the Vikes in the end zone.


And to think he demanded San Diego send him to New York :tape:

I hope they send him on his way and he ends up playing well for some scrub team like Kansas City. :devil:

*JR*
Nov 26th, 2007, 11:01 PM
On a funnier note, did you read what the Post had to say about my favorite QB, Eli the Great?
....

And to think he demanded San Diego send him to New York :tape:

I hope they send him on his way and he ends up playing well for some scrub team like Kansas City. :devil:
I was never very impressed with Eli. I like the Chargers, and think Rivers is a lot better successor to The Magic Flutie than Peyton's kid brother would have been. (They're a new Junior Seau short of winning a Super Bowl. Of course in his prime, Junior was one of the best defensive players ever). BTW, I notice you didn't acknowledge that the Cowboys brass of the 80's (Landry, owner Tex Schramm, and GM Gil Brandt) were spinning their wheels throughout "The Danny White Era". :help:

kiwifan
Nov 26th, 2007, 11:53 PM
BTW, I notice you didn't acknowledge that the Cowboys brass of the 80's (Landry, owner Tex Schramm, and GM Gil Brandt) were spinning their wheels throughout "The Danny White Era". :help:

I limited my response because I'm such a nice guy :angel:...

I was trying to save you the embarrassment of pointing out that Michael Irvin and Aikman had absolutely nothing to do with the Walker trade. ;)

And the Emmitt Smith fell to the Cowboys, who were actually trying to get your buddy Junior Seau so Emmitt was more a happy accident that any reflection of that brilliant trade also.

The Walker Trade actually built the infrastructure of the team, Safeties, Linemen on both sides of the ball were the main assets gained. Before Free Agency kicked in, the Cowboys were almost 2 deep in Starting Talent at every position except running back.

I wasn't going to mention any of this but your ego begged for it. :nerner:

Danny White was a fine Quarterback and of the Super Bowl level his first few years. Then he got hurt (not so much that he couldn't play but so much that his control and accuracy were affected)...

...now Pelluer and Hogeboom (who's name Landry couldn't pronounce and I probably can't spell) were truly an example of "God's Coach" spinning his wheels. :p

Cheers - :cool:

*JR*
Nov 27th, 2007, 12:35 AM
I limited my response because I'm such a nice guy :angel:...

I was trying to save you the embarrassment of pointing out that Michael Irvin and Aikman had absolutely nothing to do with the Walker trade. ;)
......

The talent pool is "fungible", like the long US boycott of Libyan oil having cost Qaddafi nothing since he still got to sell it to others, with the US getting some of what they'd have bought from lets say Saudi Arabia instead.

In other words, it doesn't really matter who a team got because a lousy year made their own draft picks better, who it got with ones it traded a veteran star for, who it signed as a free agent, traded for, or got by trading for a higher draft position.

Herschel was a "wasting asset" on a team going nowhere, under a regime too proud to take a nearly winless season after having been "America's Team" for a long time. So it took new management to "bite the bullet" and accept that was necessary.

But you're right that the salary cap makes it hard to stock up on talent that way now, so Donovan wouldn't be tradable for that much. (I'm guessing that the Pats got Randy Moss from the Ray-duhs for a 4th rounder because of a cap issue).

BTW, you heard what happened to Washington's talented but troubled safety Sean Taylor, right?
http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3127928 (I wonder if it was really a burglary, or if the shady characters he was feuding with were out to get him).

kiwifan
Nov 27th, 2007, 04:38 AM
The talent pool is "fungible", like the long US boycott of Libyan oil having cost Qaddafi nothing since he still got to sell it to others, with the US getting some of what they'd have bought from lets say Saudi Arabia instead.

In other words, it doesn't really matter who a team got because a lousy year made their own draft picks better, who it got with ones it traded a veteran star for, who it signed as a free agent, traded for, or got by trading for a higher draft position.

Herschel was a "wasting asset" on a team going nowhere, under a regime too proud to take a nearly winless season after having been "America's Team" for a long time. So it took new management to "bite the bullet" and accept that was necessary.

But you're right that the salary cap makes it hard to stock up on talent that way now, so Donovan wouldn't be tradable for that much. (I'm guessing that the Pats got Randy Moss from the Ray-duhs for a 4th rounder because of a cap issue).

BTW, you heard what happened to Washington's talented but troubled safety Sean Taylor, right?
http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3127928 (I wonder if it was really a burglary, or if the shady characters he was feuding with were out to get him).

Don't know about the Sean Taylor situation. He had a bad rep coming into the league, literally a rap sheet. From what I've heard someone broke into his place last week and left a knife on his bed (which I would take as a threat to do future harm). I don't want to speculate but to an outsider, when you run with a bad crowd...:shrug:

Back to lighter material Randy Moss, took a one year pay cut to get with the Pats. I'm assuming he's going to want to get paid going into next season and New England doesn't do "get paid" very well most of the time. My guess now that Moss has proven that he's still got it, he'll probably go to the highest bidder. Funny enough, winning a ring might give him less incentive to stay in New England...:p

mykarma
Nov 27th, 2007, 10:59 PM
Don't know about the Sean Taylor situation. He had a bad rep coming into the league, literally a rap sheet. From what I've heard someone broke into his place last week and left a knife on his bed (which I would take as a threat to do future harm). I don't want to speculate but to an outsider, when you run with a bad crowd...:shrug:

Back to lighter material Randy Moss, took a one year pay cut to get with the Pats. I'm assuming he's going to want to get paid going into next season and New England doesn't do "get paid" very well most of the time. My guess now that Moss has proven that he's still got it, he'll probably go to the highest bidder. Funny enough, winning a ring might give him less incentive to stay in New England...:p
So happy you think Randy will get a ring this year :worship::worship::worship: I think he's so happy to be on a winning team that he'll try and stay with the Pats, unless the Pats act real stupid and don't offer him a decent increase. One things for sure is that the Pat's ownership is smart and will do what they need to do to keep a winning team.

kiwifan
Nov 28th, 2007, 12:48 AM
So happy you think Randy will get a ring this year :worship::worship::worship:

I'm sorry, I meant an AFC Championship Ring. You know, the kind Jim Kelly has 4 of... :p

The Original 81* is getting the Super Bowl Ring. :angel:

Forgive me for any misunderstanding. :devil:


*as T.O. likes to call him self in relation to Randy Moss.

mykarma
Nov 29th, 2007, 01:10 AM
I'm sorry, I meant an AFC Championship Ring. You know, the kind Jim Kelly has 4 of... :p

The Original 81* is getting the Super Bowl Ring. :angel:

Forgive me for any misunderstanding. :devil:


*as T.O. likes to call him self in relation to Randy Moss.
Yeah right. :lol::lol::lol:

doni1212
Nov 29th, 2007, 01:40 AM
You should probably try reading all my words, kiddo. ;)



"At The Half"

I'm laughing at Eli "what a draft choice" Manning :spit: and the Giants :haha:...

...The Deadskins :haha:...

...and I might as well start laughing at the FLEAgles a little early cuz that result will be the funniest one of the day. :tape: :haha:

Can't wait for [COLOR=Blue]some real NFC football on Thursday. :smoke:

I don't get it, :confused: . I was responding to this post and not other ones. Am I supposed to disregard that b/c of the time you wrote it or b/c you wrote at the half? I read everything you said in this post.
...and I might as well start laughing at the FLEAgles a little early cuz that result will be the funniest one of the day. :tape: :haha: :haha:
I'm sure you meant it would be a close game that the Eagles almost one, right? :rolleyes:
I might have to root for the Eagles at the pub, just for comic relief. :haha: :dead:
Comic relief...
And of course...can't wait for some real NFC football on Thursday. :smoke:
Meaning the Eagles weren't going to be playing some real NFC football right?

So, I guess I put words in your mouth, kiddo :tape: :lol: ???

Sorry Doni but I know you're pissed off again. :bigcry::bigcry::bigcry:

You know I was. But then I thought it would be better if the Steelers were the first team to beat you guys anyway, ;)

kiwifan
Nov 29th, 2007, 01:47 AM
Just because the Pats didn't take the Boo Birds seriously...

...don't pat yourself on the back too hard, kiddo.

They lost, end of story. :)

mykarma
Nov 29th, 2007, 03:44 AM
I don't get it, :confused: . I was responding to this post and not other ones. Am I supposed to disregard that b/c of the time you wrote it or b/c you wrote at the half? I read everything you said in this post.
...and I might as well start laughing at the FLEAgles a little early cuz that result will be the funniest one of the day. :tape: :haha: :haha:
I'm sure you meant it would be a close game that the Eagles almost one, right? :rolleyes:
I might have to root for the Eagles at the pub, just for comic relief. :haha: :dead:
Comic relief...
And of course...can't wait for some real NFC football on Thursday. :smoke:
Meaning the Eagles weren't going to be playing some real NFC football right?

So, I guess I put words in your mouth, kiddo :tape: :lol: ???



You know I was. But then I thought it would be better if the Steelers were the first team to beat you guys anyway, ;)
You'd better hope they do with all that sh*t you've been talking. :help:

doni1212
Nov 29th, 2007, 03:46 AM
You'd better hope they do with all that sh*t you've been talking. :help:

Oh, we will, :lol: (Haha, more shit talking; that is going 2 be THE game 4 u to watch. Don't underestimate us, ;) )

mykarma
Nov 29th, 2007, 03:52 AM
Just because the Pats didn't take the Boo Birds seriously...

...don't pat yourself on the back too hard, kiddo.

They lost, end of story. :)

Who lost? You can't mean the 11-0, Pats. :angel:

kiwifan
Nov 29th, 2007, 03:56 AM
Who lost? You can't mean the 11-0, Pats. :angel:

not yet, they'll get one in 'the L column' at the end of the season. :p

and for doni1212's sake, let me make it clear, I'm not saying Da Boys will be first to beat the Patsies...

...just the last. :devil:

mykarma
Nov 29th, 2007, 03:57 AM
Oh, we will, :lol: (Haha, more shit talking; that is going 2 be THE game 4 u to watch. Don't underestimate us, ;) )

Wouldn't miss it for the world.

doni1212
Nov 29th, 2007, 03:59 AM
Wouldn't miss it for the world.

:D You better not! December 9th, 4:15 p.m. sharp! Be there or be square, :fiery:
:lick: :drool: :wavey:

mykarma
Nov 29th, 2007, 04:08 AM
not yet, they'll get one in 'the L column' at the end of the season. :p

and for doni1212's sake, let me make it clear, I'm not saying Da Boys will be first to beat the Patsies...

...just the last. :devil:

Dream on.

mykarma
Nov 29th, 2007, 04:12 AM
:D You better not! December 9th, 4:15 p.m. sharp! Be there or be square, :fiery:
:lick: :drool: :wavey:
I'll be out of town but you can bet your life I'll be back home by kickoff. I wish I could watch it with you and my ex-boyfriend. When Pittsburgh loses, I'm going to give my ex a special phone call but he probably won't answer because he'll know I'm not calling him to get back with him. :lol::lol::lol:

doni1212
Nov 29th, 2007, 04:36 AM
I'll be out of town but you can bet your life I'll be back home by kickoff. I wish I could watch it with you and my ex-boyfriend. When Pittsburgh loses, I'm going to give my ex a special phone call but he probably won't answer because he'll know I'm not calling him to get back with him. :lol::lol::lol:

:lol: That is so funny.
:secret: But we're not going to lose, ;)

kiwifan
Nov 29th, 2007, 07:02 AM
Dream on.

I know, I know...

...I keep forgetting that the Pats do have to actually make it to the Super Bowl with Da Boys :devil:...

...otherwise Da Boys will have to defeat someone else in the final game. :nerner:

we do owe Pitt one more beating, just to even the scales.

mykarma
Nov 30th, 2007, 12:51 AM
I know, I know...

...I keep forgetting that the Pats do have to actually make it to the Super Bowl with Da Boys :devil:...

...otherwise Da Boys will have to defeat someone else in the final game. :nerner:

we do owe Pitt one more beating, just to even the scales.
That was funny.

kiwifan
Nov 30th, 2007, 12:58 AM
That was funny.

I try. :angel:

Wannabeknowitall
Nov 30th, 2007, 01:05 AM
I forgot that one of the negatives of watching games on NFL network is hearing that douchebag Bryant Gumble talk.

At least I get to hear Harry Kalas do voice-overs. One of the last few remaining of a brillant line of baseball commentators.
His baritone voice just makes me go back to my younger days.

Zombielicious
Nov 30th, 2007, 02:49 AM
I am overly happy that the Cowboys are currently stomping the Packers and what makes it even better is that Brett Favre is on the sidelines with someone rubbing his poor little arm.

I hate that NFL Network. I won't be seeing The Bears/Redskins game. :sobbing:

mykarma
Dec 4th, 2007, 04:03 AM
:lol: That is so funny.
:secret: But we're not going to lose, ;)
Doni, you know I'm calling the Pats every name that I can think of but gotta give it to the Ravens, they are playing there hearts, out and the Pats look like sh*t..

OOPS, the Pats just intercepted on the goal line. Finally the defense just did something.

mykarma
Dec 4th, 2007, 05:03 AM
Doni, you know I'm calling the Pats every name that I can think of but gotta give it to the Ravens, they are playing there hearts, out and the Pats look like sh*t..

OOPS, the Pats just intercepted on the goal line. Finally the defense just did something.
Congrats to the Pats :bounce: but I feel bad for the Ravens. That being said, the Pats defense was awful.

tterb
Dec 4th, 2007, 05:16 AM
These are the kind of games that drive one to drinking.

doni1212
Dec 4th, 2007, 01:54 PM
Doni, you know I'm calling the Pats every name that I can think of but gotta give it to the Ravens, they are playing there hearts, out and the Pats look like sh*t..

OOPS, the Pats just intercepted on the goal line. Finally the defense just did something.

Congrats to the Pats :bounce: but I feel bad for the Ravens. That being said, the Pats defense was awful.

ARGH!!! They keep squeezing out these games where they play like shit. You ready mykarma????
The game of the season is next, :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: !!!!!!
12-1, ;)

mykarma
Dec 4th, 2007, 02:06 PM
ARGH!!![quote] They keep squeezing out these games where they play like shit. That's what winners do?

The game of the season is next, :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: !!!!!!
12-1, ;)I think it's the Steelers game of the season. :lol:

Perhaps the Pats need to lose a game to get them back on track before the Super Bowl.

doni1212
Dec 5th, 2007, 04:20 AM
[quote=doni1212;12074468]ARGH!!!That's what winners do?

I think it's the Steelers game of the season. :lol:

Perhaps the Pats need to lose a game to get them back on track before the Super Bowl.

Haha, maybe so. But I am telling you again...THE PATRIOTS ARE NOT GOING TO WIN THE SUPERBOWL, ;)
And don't start with this lose a game, stuff. I've been telling you they were going to lose to the Steelers from day one.
(I hope my trash talking pays off, lol)

mykarma
Dec 5th, 2007, 03:05 PM
[quote=mykarma;12074515]

Haha, maybe so. But I am telling you again...THE PATRIOTS ARE NOT GOING TO WIN THE SUPERBOWL, ;)
And don't start with this lose a game, stuff. I've been telling you they were going to lose to the Steelers from day one.
(I hope my trash talking pays off, lol)
:eek:

kiwifan
Dec 5th, 2007, 03:34 PM
This is a Big "Trap Week" for America's Team :scared:

mykarma
Dec 5th, 2007, 11:38 PM
[quote=mykarma;12074515]

Haha, maybe so. But I am telling you again...THE PATRIOTS ARE NOT GOING TO WIN THE SUPERBOWL, ;)
And don't start with this lose a game, stuff. I've been telling you they were going to lose to the Steelers from day one.
(I hope my trash talking pays off, lol)
One of the Steelers just messed up. I just heard he guaranteed the Steelers would win on Sunday. :help:Sure hope the Pats heard about it.

doni1212
Dec 6th, 2007, 02:54 AM
[quote=doni1212;12077003]
One of the Steelers just messed up. I just heard he guaranteed the Steelers would win on Sunday. :help:Sure hope the Pats heard about it.

I told you. Pittsburgh is coming for you!!!!

mykarma
Dec 6th, 2007, 02:14 PM
[quote=mykarma;12080084]

I told you. Pittsburgh is coming for you!!!!
Yeah and they'll be going back to Pittsburgh with their tails between their legs.

Denise4925
Dec 6th, 2007, 07:32 PM
donny, what's up with your NFL thread trying to compete with mine? :p :lol:

mykarma
Dec 7th, 2007, 03:56 AM
donny, what's up with your NFL thread trying to compete with mine? :p :lol:

Your thread didn't show until after this one was already started so I post in both. In yours I talk about Dallas and in this one I talk about the Pats and Pittsburgh right now until the Pats beat their butts on Sunday. (Just messing with Doni):lol:

*JR*
Dec 7th, 2007, 06:52 PM
NFL tells Cowboys CB Terence Newman: 'We're watching you'

December 7, 2007

FREE PRESS NEWS SERVICES

IRVING, Texas — Dallas Cowboys cornerback Terence Newman has been put on notice by the NFL after indicating his desire for revenge on Lions quarterback Jon Kitna.

Posted on Newman’s locker Thursday was a letter he received from the NFL after making comments about Kitna during a satellite radio interview. Newman refused comment to reporters when he walked through the locker room.

“Be advised that your comments will now compel us to carefully monitor your activities in this weekend’s Cowboys-Lions game,” read part of the letter signed by Ray Anderson, NFL executive vice president for football operations. “As you know, flagrant fouls may subject a player not only to fines, but to suspension as well. So conduct yourself accordingly.”

Kitna threw four touchdown passes in the regular-season finale in Dallas last year to end a 3-13 season for Detroit. In an interview the following week with a radio station in Seattle, where the Cowboys had to go for the playoffs, Kitna called out the Dallas defense, specifically linebacker Bradie James.

The Cowboys (11-1), who have already clinched another playoff spot this season, play at Detroit on Sunday. Kitna’s bulletin-board remarks from January have been widely discussed.

While Newman hasn’t spoken to local media this week, he issued what amounted to a warning for Kitna during an interview Tuesday on Sirius NFL Radio.

“Basically what it boils down to is you’ve got to watch what you say. Your mouth can’t write checks that your (expletive) can’t cash. That’s what it comes down to,” Newman said. “Everybody’s going to see those quotes. He better just hope I don’t blitz off the edge, because I’ve got 15, 25, 30 (thousand dollars), however much it would be for a fine. I’ve got that much for one fine. Revenge will be sweet definitely.”

In the NFL letter to Newman, Anderson wrote those comments were ’thoughtless and irresponsible” and “contrary to all the NFL stands for.”

On Monday, when the Cowboys returned to practice from a three-day weekend following their victory over Green Bay, James was already talking about facing Kitna and the Lions.

“It has been circled on my calendar the whole year, and here we are and I’m looking forward to it,” James said. “Y’all can ask me about Jon Kitna every day from here on out the rest of my life and I will get fired up. ... He talked like we weren’t ever going to play them again. We’re going to be ready.”

kiwifan
Dec 7th, 2007, 08:33 PM
T. New is rarely around the QB, so Kitna isn't going to have to worry about about anything other than interceptions...

...from T. New :devil:

There are going to be 7 or 8 other guys who Kitna will hopefully get to know a little better...

...make that a lot better and often. :hehehe:

This is the trap game so hopefully Da Boys will remember what Parcells would say, "Don't Eat The Cheese" :angel:

doni1212
Dec 7th, 2007, 08:50 PM
Your thread didn't show until after this one was already started so I post in both. In yours I talk about Dallas and in this one I talk about the Pats and Pittsburgh right now until the Pats beat their butts on Sunday. (Just messing with Doni):lol:

:lol: We'll see, ;) . We have about 48 hours left, :bounce:
:kiss:

doni1212
Dec 9th, 2007, 02:44 AM
Your thread didn't show until after this one was already started so I post in both. In yours I talk about Dallas and in this one I talk about the Pats and Pittsburgh right now until the Pats beat their butts on Sunday. (Just messing with Doni):lol:

Some last minute trash talking... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQek_mRa3Ig&feature=related
:lol:

mykarma
Dec 9th, 2007, 12:19 PM
Some last minute trash talking... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQek_mRa3Ig&feature=related
:lol:
:lol::lol::lol:

tenn_ace
Dec 9th, 2007, 12:26 PM
as Pats fan, I'm not nervous at all. Steelers are favourites for today imo, so if Pats lose so what? They are in play-off and them getting to the SB is more important to me as their fan. If they win - great too, they are still on the way to the perfect season record. One thing is important for me is that none of them gets injured.

One other thing, I post here in this thread sporadically, so forgive me if this has been posted, but has anyone noticed the fines for Ravens players for accusing and abusing officials?

kiwifan
Dec 9th, 2007, 02:29 PM
as Pats fan, I'm not nervous at all. Steelers are favourites for today imo, so if Pats lose so what? They are in play-off and them getting to the SB is more important to me as their fan. If they win - great too, they are still on the way to the perfect season record. One thing is important for me is that none of them gets injured.


I'm not buying it. :nerner:

Pats are on their way to NFL immortality, they've already won 3 Super Bowls and now they have a chance to make the ultimate mark on NFL history...

...one loss brings them back to the level of any other very good team that has had a very good regular season; like the Colts 2 years ago :p...

...and makes it less likely that they'll win their final game...

...like the Colts 2 years ago. :devil:

kiwifan
Dec 9th, 2007, 07:17 PM
This is the trap game so hopefully Da Boys will remember what Parcells would say, "Don't Eat The Cheese" :angel:

So far lots of Cheese has been consumed. :(

PointBlank
Dec 9th, 2007, 07:17 PM
wtf is up with titans vs. chargers. its a wrestling/soccer/rugby match.

how the hell did the chargers get to number one in the west?

doni1212
Dec 9th, 2007, 07:59 PM
:lol::lol::lol:

About an hour left!!!

as Pats fan, I'm not nervous at all. Steelers are favourites for today imo, so if Pats lose so what? They are in play-off and them getting to the SB is more important to me as their fan. If they win - great too, they are still on the way to the perfect season record. One thing is important for me is that none of them gets injured.

One other thing, I post here in this thread sporadically, so forgive me if this has been posted, but has anyone noticed the fines for Ravens players for accusing and abusing officials?

Nope, not buying that. The Patriots are still the big favorites for the game today, not to mention that they are playing at home. If they lost, it would also put them one more loss from losing home field advantage throughout the playoffs (if the Colts continue to win).
Oh, and I didn't notice that about the Ravens.

tterb
Dec 9th, 2007, 08:16 PM
About an hour left!!!



Nope, not buying that. The Patriots are still the big favorites for the game today, not to mention that they are playing at home. If they lost, it would also put them one more loss from losing home field advantage throughout the playoffs (if the Colts continue to win).
Oh, and I didn't notice that about the Ravens.
They actually really have nothing to worry about. They'd have to lose 3 games to lose home field advantage to the Colts, since they have the head to head win. And while there's a definite possibility of losing to the Steelers, and a slight possibility of losing to the Giants, there is no way in hell they lose a game to either the Jets or the Dolphins ( :lol: ), barring an injury to Brady.

That said, I'm still rooting for the Steelers. :)

Cat's Pajamas
Dec 9th, 2007, 09:13 PM
How bout them COWBOYS! :worship: :bowdown: :worship:


I'm still shakking! :o :woohoo:

What a comeback! :worship:

430g79044gvuit 53ur2398fswht2qohkcvscjkgwyhkl3wyhkfbqn~!!!!#%*(@&$*!#^_!~!

kiwifan
Dec 9th, 2007, 09:19 PM
This is the trap game so hopefully Da Boys will remember what Parcells would say, "Don't Eat The Cheese" :angel:

So far lots of Cheese has been consumed. :(

Damn, I need a drink. :banghead:

:drink:

OK, now I'm better. :rolls:

How Bout Them Cowboys!!! :aparty:

doni1212
Dec 9th, 2007, 09:29 PM
They actually really have nothing to worry about. They'd have to lose 3 games to lose home field advantage to the Colts, since they have the head to head win. And while there's a definite possibility of losing to the Steelers, and a slight possibility of losing to the Giants, there is no way in hell they lose a game to either the Jets or the Dolphins ( :lol: ), barring an injury to Brady.

That said, I'm still rooting for the Steelers. :)

:lol: Yeah well I just want the Steelers to win today and win again in the playoffs!!
I would love the Colts to take away home field advantage from the Patriots but I know that probably won't happen.
Fuck Tom Brady, :armed:
Ben Roethlisberger, :kiss:

mykarma
Dec 10th, 2007, 12:16 AM
I'm not buying it. :nerner:

Pats are on their way to NFL immortality, they've already won 3 Super Bowls and now they have a chance to make the ultimate mark on NFL history...

...one loss brings them back to the level of any other very good team that has had a very good regular season; like the Colts 2 years ago :p...

...and makes it less likely that they'll win their final game...

...like the Colts 2 years ago. :devil:
Like the fumble that Romo made. :devil::devil:

tenn_ace
Dec 10th, 2007, 12:42 AM
GUARANTEE!

:nerner:

mykarma
Dec 10th, 2007, 12:44 AM
:lol: That is so funny.
:secret: But we're not going to lose, ;)
New England (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/nwe;_ylt=Au8tkWIv_3AoaxGzFKR6KOEisLYF) 34, Pittsburgh (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/pit;_ylt=AnTlb5XrIDydH8c7.NwZJiMisLYF) 13
Preview (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/preview;_ylt=Am7h.F3rKZKhlk7T677WM3MisLYF?gid=2007 1209017) - Box Score (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/boxscore;_ylt=AmQGrn2LQ6811ii.umZSX74isLYF?gid=200 71209017) - Recap
By HOWARD ULMAN, AP Sports Writer
December 9, 2007 http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20071209/thumb.35e0032401424340bec948da0ae6cee8.steelers_pa triots_football_mass110.jpg (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/photo;_ylt=AhZM9Jkg03DRZEQHME4bNSwisLYF?slug=35e00 32401424340bec948da0ae6cee8.steelers_patriots_foot ball_mass110&prov=ap)
AP - Dec 9, 6:48 pm EST

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- The Patriots are dominant once more. And still unbeaten.
Tom Brady (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5228/;_ylt=AhllUQIB7022OeGfvDOjSlYisLYF) threw four touchdown passes, shattering Steelers safety Anthony Smith (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/7832/;_ylt=AlRrDVY04L1sY_eOEazfqcoisLYF)'s guarantee of a victory, Randy Moss (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/4262/;_ylt=AuPcSm8XiANFIIaBhkFHvsMisLYF) caught two of them and New England crushed Pittsburgh 34-13 on Sunday.
The lopsided victory against the NFL's stingiest defense followed a two-game struggle in which the Patriots (13-0) needed late comebacks to beat teams with losing records, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
They had a short week to prepare for the Steelers (9-4) after beating the Ravens on Monday night on a touchdown with 44 seconds left.
Still, the Patriots became the fifth team with a 13-0 record, joining the 1934 Chicago Bears (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/chi/;_ylt=AuyyQ5GNKf8jLvhGFPioqLEisLYF), 1972 Miami Dolphins (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/mia/;_ylt=Ahnnr5wPNyMz5XvkEOUcuFkisLYF), 1998 Denver Broncos (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/den/;_ylt=AmPcYscsnpoOE4rUvX6Z4QkisLYF) and 2005 Indianapolis Colts (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/ind/;_ylt=AtfRQgcEeT2ztdgt_G5XakcisLYF). They can become the first team since the 1972 Dolphins to finish a regular season undefeated.

They should be big favorites to win the next two, against the Jets and Dolphins, and take a 15-0 record into their season finale at the New York Giants (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/nyg/;_ylt=AmQuW80ku6JG5ikY3D2Ij3YisLYF).
Brady is four scoring passes shy of Peyton Manning (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/4256/;_ylt=AisLa9KvTVov6.PeyvDRVx8isLYF)'s record of 49 set in 2004 and moved ahead of Dan Marino's 44 in 1986 into third place. Marino holds the second spot with 48.
Moss caught touchdown passes of 4 and 63 yards in a span of 1:59 midway through the first half and has 19 to move into second place for a season. Jerry Rice (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/126/;_ylt=Anq29jRzSn0vmVIms00aYPIisLYF)'s record of 22 is in sight.
Brady also threw scoring passes of 56 yards to Jabar Gaffney (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5919/;_ylt=Atvejj0tkd0NdgIVDIuK9U8isLYF) and 2 yards to Wes Welker (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/7027/;_ylt=AlUACDB99Xkj.QGvpssL0R8isLYF).
It was a beating like so many of those the Patriots handed out in their first 10 games, when their average victory margin was 25.4 points.
There may have been extra satisfaction because Smith was burned on both long touchdown passes.
Just before the 2-minute warning at the end of the game, the fans began chanting "Guarantee!" to mock Smith, whose picture was shown on the scoreboard.

mykarma
Dec 10th, 2007, 12:49 AM
GUARANTEE!

:nerner:
I bet Anthony Smith will have a quiet trip back to Pittsburgh. :tape:

mykarma
Dec 10th, 2007, 12:50 AM
:lol: Yeah well I just want the Steelers to win today and win again in the playoffs!!
I would love the Colts to take away home field advantage from the Patriots but I know that probably won't happen.
Fuck Tom Brady, :armed:
Ben Roethlisberger, :kiss:
I wouldn't mind. :hearts:

tenn_ace
Dec 10th, 2007, 12:57 AM
I bet Anthony Smith will have a quiet trip back to Pittsburgh. :tape:


He should be really keeping that mug locked like for the next few months. :haha:

Seriously though, he is a young player and I hope he learnt his lesson.

tenn_ace
Dec 10th, 2007, 01:25 AM
Steelers are still trash talking right after they just got humiliated... Some people just never learn. :weirdo:

mykarma
Dec 10th, 2007, 02:16 AM
He should be really keeping that mug locked like for the next few months. :haha:

Seriously though, he is a young player and I hope he learnt his lesson.
There's no better lesson than a good butt kicking.

doni1212
Dec 10th, 2007, 02:17 AM
New England (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/nwe;_ylt=Au8tkWIv_3AoaxGzFKR6KOEisLYF) 34, Pittsburgh (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/pit;_ylt=AnTlb5XrIDydH8c7.NwZJiMisLYF) 13
Preview (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/preview;_ylt=Am7h.F3rKZKhlk7T677WM3MisLYF?gid=2007 1209017) - Box Score (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/boxscore;_ylt=AmQGrn2LQ6811ii.umZSX74isLYF?gid=200 71209017) - Recap
By HOWARD ULMAN, AP Sports Writer
December 9, 2007 http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20071209/thumb.35e0032401424340bec948da0ae6cee8.steelers_pa triots_football_mass110.jpg (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/photo;_ylt=AhZM9Jkg03DRZEQHME4bNSwisLYF?slug=35e00 32401424340bec948da0ae6cee8.steelers_patriots_foot ball_mass110&prov=ap)
AP - Dec 9, 6:48 pm EST

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- The Patriots are dominant once more. And still unbeaten.
Tom Brady (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5228/;_ylt=AhllUQIB7022OeGfvDOjSlYisLYF) threw four touchdown passes, shattering Steelers safety Anthony Smith (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/7832/;_ylt=AlRrDVY04L1sY_eOEazfqcoisLYF)'s guarantee of a victory, Randy Moss (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/4262/;_ylt=AuPcSm8XiANFIIaBhkFHvsMisLYF) caught two of them and New England crushed Pittsburgh 34-13 on Sunday.
The lopsided victory against the NFL's stingiest defense followed a two-game struggle in which the Patriots (13-0) needed late comebacks to beat teams with losing records, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
They had a short week to prepare for the Steelers (9-4) after beating the Ravens on Monday night on a touchdown with 44 seconds left.
Still, the Patriots became the fifth team with a 13-0 record, joining the 1934 Chicago Bears (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/chi/;_ylt=AuyyQ5GNKf8jLvhGFPioqLEisLYF), 1972 Miami Dolphins (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/mia/;_ylt=Ahnnr5wPNyMz5XvkEOUcuFkisLYF), 1998 Denver Broncos (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/den/;_ylt=AmPcYscsnpoOE4rUvX6Z4QkisLYF) and 2005 Indianapolis Colts (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/ind/;_ylt=AtfRQgcEeT2ztdgt_G5XakcisLYF). They can become the first team since the 1972 Dolphins to finish a regular season undefeated.

They should be big favorites to win the next two, against the Jets and Dolphins, and take a 15-0 record into their season finale at the New York Giants (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/nyg/;_ylt=AmQuW80ku6JG5ikY3D2Ij3YisLYF).
Brady is four scoring passes shy of Peyton Manning (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/4256/;_ylt=AisLa9KvTVov6.PeyvDRVx8isLYF)'s record of 49 set in 2004 and moved ahead of Dan Marino's 44 in 1986 into third place. Marino holds the second spot with 48.
Moss caught touchdown passes of 4 and 63 yards in a span of 1:59 midway through the first half and has 19 to move into second place for a season. Jerry Rice (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/126/;_ylt=Anq29jRzSn0vmVIms00aYPIisLYF)'s record of 22 is in sight.
Brady also threw scoring passes of 56 yards to Jabar Gaffney (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/5919/;_ylt=Atvejj0tkd0NdgIVDIuK9U8isLYF) and 2 yards to Wes Welker (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/7027/;_ylt=AlUACDB99Xkj.QGvpssL0R8isLYF).
It was a beating like so many of those the Patriots handed out in their first 10 games, when their average victory margin was 25.4 points.
There may have been extra satisfaction because Smith was burned on both long touchdown passes.
Just before the 2-minute warning at the end of the game, the fans began chanting "Guarantee!" to mock Smith, whose picture was shown on the scoreboard.

You won this round. We got yall in the playoffs!!!

mykarma
Dec 10th, 2007, 02:25 AM
You won this round. We got yall in the playoffs!!!
:lol::lol::lol:

No congratulations :crying2::crying2::crying2::shrug:.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQek_mRa3Ig&feature=related

doni1212
Dec 10th, 2007, 04:57 AM
:lol::lol::lol:

No congratulations :crying2::crying2::crying2::shrug:.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQek_mRa3Ig&feature=related

:secret: congratulations :o
But we did well in the first half and then in the second we just...:confused:
Rest assured, come January we will take our revenge, :drool: :lick: :bounce:

tenn_ace
Dec 10th, 2007, 07:50 AM
You won this round. We got yall in the playoffs!!!


Sure you will. Just keep the trash talk up :haha:

PS. How completely and untterly embarassing it must feel now, ah?.... :lol: :p

mykarma
Dec 10th, 2007, 12:50 PM
:secret: congratulations :o
But we did well in the first half and then in the second we just...:confused:
Rest assured, come January we will take our revenge, :drool: :lick: :bounce:
You don't believe that statement for one second. The results will be the same in January as they were yesterday. If Pittsburgh makes it to play the Pats again I GUARANTEE you that the results will be the same, BEATDOWN.

The only thing that will be different is that you and Anthony won't be talking as much trash. Poor Anthony, I don't know why but I feel a little sad for him. :crying2:

You know I called my ex and tortured him for about an hour. :lol: I saw another friend that was wearing her Steelers sweatshirt and talking smack. She was suppose to call me last night but surprise, surprise, I didn't hear a word from her. :lol:

On the serious side, when did you know the game was over? Was it at hello? :devil:

doni1212
Dec 10th, 2007, 01:19 PM
Sure you will. Just keep the trash talk up :haha:

PS. How completely and untterly embarassing it must feel now, ah?.... :lol: :p

When did you even come into this discussion? I've been talking to mykarma for forever about the Pats vs. Steelers. You can't just wander in and start bashing me like I've been talking trash to you, :rolleyes: .

You don't believe that statement for one second. The results will be the same in January as they were yesterday. If Pittsburgh makes it to play the Pats again I GUARANTEE you that the results will be the same, BEATDOWN.

The only thing that will be different is that you and Anthony won't be talking as much trash. Poor Anthony, I don't know why but I feel a little sad for him. :crying2:

You know I called my ex and tortured him for about an hour. :lol: I saw another friend that was wearing her Steelers sweatshirt and talking smack. She was suppose to call me last night but surprise, surprise, I didn't hear a word from her. :lol:

On the serious side, when did you know the game was over? Was it at hello? :devil:

I can't wait to bump this in January, :lol:
Anyways, that's funny about your ex. Any chance of you two getting back together? An hour long phone conversation about the game? Hmm...:kiss:
But in my heart I knew the game was over in the middle of the 4th quarter or whenever we didn't score on 4th and goal.

tenn_ace
Dec 10th, 2007, 01:53 PM
When did you even come into this discussion? I've been talking to mykarma for forever about the Pats vs. Steelers. You can't just wander in and start bashing me like I've been talking trash to you, :rolleyes: .


it's a public forum. let me know if you don't comprehend what THATS IS.

mykarma
Dec 11th, 2007, 12:34 AM
When did you even come into this discussion? I've been talking to mykarma for forever about the Pats vs. Steelers. You can't just wander in and start bashing me like I've been talking trash to you, :rolleyes:You're having a tough morning aren't you? :fiery: :armed:

I can't wait to bump this in January, :lol: The only thing you'll be saying is "wait until next year". :lol:
Anyways, that's funny about your ex. Any chance of you two getting back together? An hour long phone conversation about the game? Hmm...:kiss: We really were talking about football and no we're not getting back together. When I'm through, I'm through.
But in my heart I knew the game was over in the middle of the 4th quarter or whenever we didn't score on 4th and goalWhat about that flea flicker pass from Brady to Moss to Brady to touchdown? .[/quote]

mykarma
Dec 17th, 2007, 01:09 PM
You're having a tough morning aren't you? :fiery: :armed:

The only thing you'll be saying is "wait until next year". :lol:
We really were talking about football and no we're not getting back together. When I'm through, I'm through.
What about that flea flicker pass from Brady to Moss to Brady to touchdown? .
Come on out Doni I'm not going to mess with you. :angel:
With the exception of the Cowboys, once a team plays the Pats it seems as though they go through a low tht last past their next game.
14-0 even with Brady and Moss not getting it done. Miami is on a roll so the Pats still have to be careful to two more games to have the best record ever. Yeah, I know they'll be tied for going undefeated but they would have played more games to get there.

:bounce::bounce::bounce:

Halardfan
Dec 17th, 2007, 04:59 PM
Go Dolphins!!! Thought it would never happen. We are back!

Wayyyyyyyy back.

mykarma
Dec 18th, 2007, 03:08 AM
Go Dolphins!!! Thought it would never happen. We are back!

Wayyyyyyyy back.
That was great. I'm not a Miami fan but was jumping up screaming for them. I loved it.
:bounce::bounce::bounce:

doni1212
Dec 18th, 2007, 06:12 PM
We really were talking about football and no we're not getting back together. When I'm through, I'm through. [/QUOTE]

I like that, lol.

Come on out Doni I'm not going to mess with you. :angel:
With the exception of the Cowboys, once a team plays the Pats it seems as though they go through a low tht last past their next game.
14-0 even with Brady and Moss not getting it done. Miami is on a roll so the Pats still have to be careful to two more games to have the best record ever. Yeah, I know they'll be tied for going undefeated but they would have played more games to get there.

:bounce::bounce::bounce:

The only reason I'm not that upset about that game is because we are already in the playoffs and we have time to get our act together!

mykarma
Dec 18th, 2007, 11:48 PM
I like that, lol.



The only reason I'm not that upset about that game is because we are already in the playoffs and we have time to get our act together![/QUOTE]
Are you not upset now, or were you not upset on Sunday? Anyhow, the Steelers had better keep it together because the Browns are breathing down their throats.

Donny
Dec 19th, 2007, 12:11 AM
Pro Bowl rosters out. Fans voted Sean Taylor in. Silly decision by the fans, imo. What if the reserve gets injured and can't play?

mykarma
Dec 19th, 2007, 01:23 AM
Pro Bowl rosters out. Fans voted Sean Taylor in. Silly decision by the fans, imo. What if the reserve gets injured and can't play?
I loved it that they voted him in. He would have been picked if he hadn't been murdered anyway. If the reserve gets injured it's really no big deal, it's just a game and fun time and has no affect on their team, or rankings.

Meesh
Dec 19th, 2007, 04:50 AM
I hope Romo continues to bring his women to watch my Eagles play :lol:
Last year it was Carrie Underwood at the game, he caught a lot of flack for that because she was on the field during warmups or something like that. The NFL talking heads went crazy on the subject! This year he has Jessica Simpson during the Eagles game! Thanks Tony :wavey: Who will he bring next year?
Last year it was his worst performance ever, At least, it was the worst until Sunday, when he had a 22.2 quarterback rating and bruised the thumb area on his throwing hand.

mykarma
Dec 19th, 2007, 01:26 PM
I hope Romo continues to bring his women to watch my Eagles play :lol:
Last year it was Carrie Underwood at the game, he caught a lot of flack for that because she was on the field during warmups or something like that. The NFL talking heads went crazy on the subject! This year he has Jessica Simpson during the Eagles game! Thanks Tony :wavey: Who will he bring next year?
Last year it was his worst performance ever, At least, it was the worst until Sunday, when he had a 22.2 quarterback rating and bruised the thumb area on his throwing hand.
I don't think he was in any mood for Jessica to kiss it (his thumb) :devil: after the game.

doni1212
Dec 19th, 2007, 06:39 PM
Are you not upset now, or were you not upset on Sunday? Anyhow, the Steelers had better keep it together because the Browns are breathing down their throats.[/QUOTE]

I was pissed last Sunday, :lol:
But dinner at the Olive Garden to celebrate my late birthday made me super happy, lol. And everyone was coming in from the game with their jerseys on looking depressed. But I didn't let it ruin my stuffed chicken marsala, :lol:
I know what you mean about the Browns, though. We NEED to win our last 2 games and then it won't matter. AND we play TOMORROW!!! :mad:

*JR*
Dec 19th, 2007, 08:59 PM
I loved it that they voted him in. He would have been picked if he hadn't been murdered anyway. If the reserve gets injured it's really no big deal, it's just a game and fun time and has no affect on their team, or rankings.
I presume that even a player voted in who's hurt and won't be able to play is replaced on the roster by the coach, so the same would then happen here.

mykarma
Dec 19th, 2007, 10:08 PM
I was pissed last Sunday, :lol: I know you were. :lol:
But dinner at the Olive Garden to celebrate my late birthday made me super happy, lol.Happy belated birthday. You, Denise, and yours truly all have December birthdays.

And everyone was coming in from the game with their jerseys on looking depressed.That must have been quite a sight.

kiwifan
Dec 23rd, 2007, 08:14 PM
I know its premature but...

...How Bout Dem Bears!!!

Now Da Boys can dump the Deadskin Game and let everyone rest. :angel:

Update: Romo and several other players probably aren't going to play at all next week...

...and we still might whip Them Dumbskins. :)

mykarma
Dec 24th, 2007, 01:51 AM
I know its premature but...

...How Bout Dem Bears!!!

Now Da Boys can dump the Deadskin Game and let everyone rest. :angel:

Update: Romo and several other players probably aren't going to play at all next week...

...and we still might whip Them Dumbskins. :)
I didn't see the game but it looked like the Bears kicked their butts good.

Zombielicious
Dec 24th, 2007, 04:55 AM
I know its premature but...

...How Bout Dem Bears!!![/COLOR]

:worship::drool:

So glad that the Bears swept the Packers in this season. I loved Brian's TD.

kiwifan
Dec 24th, 2007, 10:19 AM
I didn't see the game but it looked like the Bears kicked their butts good.

Yes, the Packer punter had a "shocker" of a game and Brett thought he was playing in Dallas the way he was sending (yes I'm going there again) "Game Passes" to the wrong people. :lol: :tape:

I think he officially threw 2 INTs but he hit Bears in the hands, face or chest at least another 4 times that I saw.

Even a Packer fan would admit the Pack can't beat any playoff team playing like they did today. ;) :p

doni1212
Dec 24th, 2007, 04:43 PM
Happy belated birthday. You, Denise, and yours truly all have December birthdays.


Thanks!! Happy belated/birthday to you two as well. My birthday was December 12th. When is/was yours and Denise's? I can't wait until the playoffs, though! Screw this last week of football, :lol: (Except it matters b/c I don't want us to play the Jags first)

mykarma
Dec 25th, 2007, 12:13 AM
Thanks!! Happy belated/birthday to you two as well. My birthday was December 12th. When is/was yours and Denise's? I can't wait until the playoffs, though! Screw this last week of football, :lol: (Except it matters b/c I don't want us to play the Jags first)
My birthday is the 1st of December and Denise's is the 20th I think. I don't think anyone wants to play the Jags and the Chargers are also looking good. Anyhow, the playoffs are going to be pretty competitive because there are a lot of good teams out there and it only takes one good day vs. one bad day.

I don't know about the Pats but I'm getting mighty nervous. :eek:

mykarma
Dec 26th, 2007, 12:28 AM
My birthday is the 1st of December and Denise's is the 20th I think. I don't think anyone wants to play the Jags and the Chargers are also looking good. Anyhow, the playoffs are going to be pretty competitive because there are a lot of good teams out there and it only takes one good day vs. one bad day.

I don't know about the Pats but I'm getting mighty nervous. :eek:
I am so pissed off that I won't be able to see the Pats and Giants play because of the greed of the cable company that I have. The NFL has told them that if the just say that they'll go into negotiations that they'll allow it to be broadcast but the cable company is saying no. You can bet your sweet bippy that they don't change their minds and show the game, I'll be switching to satellite and hope other subscribers do the same. :fiery:

mykarma
Dec 26th, 2007, 11:55 PM
I am so pissed off that I won't be able to see the Pats and Giants play because of the greed of the cable company that I have. The NFL has told them that if the just say that they'll go into negotiations that they'll allow it to be broadcast but the cable company is saying no. You can bet your sweet bippy that they don't change their minds and show the game, I'll be switching to satellite and hope other subscribers do the same. :fiery:
I just got Dish network and will be able to see the Pat's and the Giants on Saturday.
:bounce::bounce::bounce:.
Good bye, Time Warner Cable. :bigwave:.

mykarma
Dec 27th, 2007, 12:07 AM
I just got Dish network and will be able to see the Pat's and the Giants on Saturday.
:bounce::bounce::bounce:.
Good bye, Time Warner Cable. :bigwave:.
Time Warner can still kiss my butt.


NFL Network will simulcast Giants-Pats on NBC and CBS

Updated: Dec26, 2007, 05:16 PM EST
NEW YORK (AP) -- The New England Patriots' shot at history Saturday night will be available to every television viewer in the country after months of wrangling.
Their game against the New York Giants, in which the Patriots could become the first NFL team to go 16-0 in the regular season, was originally scheduled to be shown only on the NFL Network. Fewer than 40 percent of the nation's homes with TVs receive the channel.
The league announced Wednesday that the NFL Network feed will be simulcast on NBC and CBS. It's a major concession by league officials, who repeatedly said they would not show the game anywhere but the NFL Network. The NFL had faced mounting pressure from lawmakers in recent weeks to make the game available to more viewers.
Local TV affiliates in the Boston, Manchester, N.H., and New York areas who were already set to simulcast the game under NFL policy will still air it.
The NFL has feuded with major cable companies, who have declined to carry the network as part of basic packages.
"We have taken this extraordinary step because it is in the best interest of our fans," commissioner Roger Goodell said. "What we have seen for the past year is a very strong consumer demand for NFL Network. We appreciate CBS and NBC delivering the NFL Network telecast on Saturday night to the broad audience that deserves to see this potentially historic game. Our commitment to the NFL Network is stronger than ever."
This will be the first three-network simulcast in NFL history and the first simulcast of any kind of an NFL game since the first Super Bowl in 1967, when CBS and NBC both televised the first meeting of the champions of the newly merged National Football League and American Football League.
"We're happy to accommodate the NFL's request for a joint national simulcast of this potentially historic game to make it available to the widest possible audience," NBC Universal Sports & Olympics Chairman Dick Ebersol said. "We are proud to be part of the first joint simulcast, with the NFL Network and CBS, of an NFL game since Super Bowl I with CBS."

doni1212
Dec 27th, 2007, 07:37 AM
My birthday is the 1st of December and Denise's is the 20th I think. I don't think anyone wants to play the Jags and the Chargers are also looking good. Anyhow, the playoffs are going to be pretty competitive because there are a lot of good teams out there and it only takes one good day vs. one bad day.

I don't know about the Pats but I'm getting mighty nervous. :eek:

About time, :D . I can't wait to see who everyone plays in the first round!

I just got Dish network and will be able to see the Pat's and the Giants on Saturday.
:bounce::bounce::bounce:.
Good bye, Time Warner Cable. :bigwave:.

The things you'll do for the Patriots, :lol:

mykarma
Dec 30th, 2007, 02:09 PM
About time, :D . I can't wait to see who everyone plays in the first round!



The things you'll do for the Patriots, :lol:
SWEET- 16-0 :kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss:

Now, let the playoffs begin. :bounce::bounce::bounce:

Hats off to the Giants, :worship: they played their hearts out and had me nervous the whole game. WHEW!!!

Go Pats!! Get that Superbowl ring.

mykarma
Jan 1st, 2008, 01:14 PM
SWEET- 16-0 :kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss:

Now, let the playoffs begin. :bounce::bounce::bounce:

Hats off to the Giants, :worship: they played their hearts out and had me nervous the whole game. WHEW!!!

Go Pats!! Get that Superbowl ring.


Oh Doni, COME OUT, COME OUT wherever you are. :devil: I know if the Pats lost, you'd have been here terrorizing me. :) BTW, You guys have your hands full this Saturday.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (11-5) at PITTSBURGH STEELERS (10-6), 8 p.m.
Pittsburgh could have helped themselves immensely with a win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Instead, Baltimore got their first win (http://www.nationalpost.com/sports/story.html?id=206873) since October and the Steelers were stuck with a matchup against the Jaguars and not the Titans. Jacksonville beat Pittsburgh in its own backyard 29-22 on Dec. 16. Also worth mentioning: Presuming San Diego can hold off the Titans, the winner of this game gets the unbeaten New England Patriots. If the Titans score the upset, the winner of this game goes to the RCA Dome to face the Colts.

Go Titans!! :bounce::bounce::bounce:

Off to work I go. Have a Happy New Year's y'all.

doni1212
Jan 4th, 2008, 07:50 PM
Oh Doni, COME OUT, COME OUT wherever you are. :devil: I know if the Pats lost, you'd have been here terrorizing me. :) BTW, You guys have your hands full this Saturday.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (11-5) at PITTSBURGH STEELERS (10-6), 8 p.m.
Pittsburgh could have helped themselves immensely with a win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Instead, Baltimore got their first win (http://www.nationalpost.com/sports/story.html?id=206873) since October and the Steelers were stuck with a matchup against the Jaguars and not the Titans. Jacksonville beat Pittsburgh in its own backyard 29-22 on Dec. 16. Also worth mentioning: Presuming San Diego can hold off the Titans, the winner of this game gets the unbeaten New England Patriots. If the Titans score the upset, the winner of this game goes to the RCA Dome to face the Colts.

Go Titans!! :bounce::bounce::bounce:

Off to work I go. Have a Happy New Year's y'all.

I saw your comment in the Barack thread, lol. I've been hanging out with family and been wrapped up in Serena and Venus this week. I was cheering for the Giants so hard during that game and they choked, :fiery::mad:. But that's ok, Patriots still aren't winning the superbowl, :devil:
I would love for us to beat the Jags and come play the MIGHTY PATRIOTS!! But we def. have to focus on the Jags. This is a dangerous game but we can pull it out, :bounce:

mykarma
Jan 5th, 2008, 11:32 PM
I saw your comment in the Barack thread, lol. I've been hanging out with family and been wrapped up in Serena and Venus this week. I was cheering for the Giants so hard during that game and they choked, :fiery::mad:. But that's ok, Patriots still aren't winning the superbowl, :devil:
I would love for us to beat the Jags and come play the MIGHTY PATRIOTS!! But we def. have to focus on the Jags. This is a dangerous game but we can pull it out, :bounce:
Perhaps we won't win the superbowl but so far, your predictions have been dismal. :bounce: I do hope the Steelers beat the Jags because I know we can kick your butt. :devil:

kiwifan
Jan 5th, 2008, 11:47 PM
This is a wonderful week to just kick back and feel superior...:devil:

Play hard Redskins.

Play hard Giants.

Da Boys are waiting for you. :armed:

*JR*
Jan 5th, 2008, 11:53 PM
I saw your comment in the Barack thread, lol. I've been hanging out with family and been wrapped up in Serena and Venus this week. I was cheering for the Giants so hard during that game and they choked, :fiery::mad:. But that's ok, Patriots still aren't winning the superbowl, :devil:
I would love for us to beat the Jags and come play the MIGHTY PATRIOTS!! But we def. have to focus on the Jags. This is a dangerous game but we can pull it out, :bounce:
The 70's Steelers were my "first love" in this game, so I have some residual affection for them. (Less since The Bus retired 2 years ago, fortunately with a ring). I was kind of soured on them when Rothliesberger had that motorcycle accident that spring not wearing a fucking helmet. :banghead: Of course he'd be impulsive though, guess what country his parents are from. :tape: (Ovarated Cowher should have played capable backup Charlie Batch last year, especially as Big Ben also had an appendectomy while recovering from the accident).

jackbauer
Jan 6th, 2008, 12:23 AM
Right now, i'm watching redskins-seahawks on TV ... the local team is a bluff ... all match up, in three minutes the redskins came back ... LOOSERS !!!

Claudio

jackbauer
Jan 6th, 2008, 12:27 AM
... and the seahawks make me... SHUT YOUR F*** UP !!!

Claudio

jackbauer
Jan 6th, 2008, 12:32 AM
Beautiful interception and TD for the seahawks ... :fiery:

jackbauer
Jan 6th, 2008, 12:59 AM
PLAY HARD TOMORROW BUCCANEERS !!!!!!!!!!!!!! :bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce:

Claudio

Mforensic
Jan 6th, 2008, 06:19 PM
Go all the way pats!!!!!!

tenn_ace
Jan 6th, 2008, 07:08 PM
Go all the way pats!!!!!!


Indeed! :bounce:

jackbauer
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:47 PM
The buccaneers lost ... :sad:

Claudio

jackbauer
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:57 PM
MidTime: Tennessee 6 - San Diego 0

Claudio :wavey:

mykarma
Jan 13th, 2008, 04:24 AM
When did you even come into this discussion? I've been talking to mykarma for forever about the Pats vs. Steelers. You can't just wander in and start bashing me like I've been talking trash to you, :rolleyes: .



I can't wait to bump this in January, :lol:
Anyways, that's funny about your ex. Any chance of you two getting back together? An hour long phone conversation about the game? Hmm...:kiss:
But in my heart I knew the game was over in the middle of the 4th quarter or whenever we didn't score on 4th and goal.


Congrats to the Pats!!!
17-0, 2 to go!!!
Also, congrats to the Jaguars, the played an awesome game.
The Jaguars guys are huge. :eek:

doni1212
Jan 13th, 2008, 05:25 AM
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
:mad::o:fiery::mad::o:fiery::mad::o:fiery::mad::o: :fiery::mad::o:fiery::mad::o:fiery:

Well, they still won't win the Superbowl, :p

mykarma
Jan 13th, 2008, 03:40 PM
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
:mad::o:fiery::mad::o:fiery::mad::o:fiery::mad::o: :fiery::mad::o

Well, they still won't win the Superbowl, :p

Yeah and the Steelers aren't in the playoffs. :p:lol:

On the serious side, I'm really worried about Indy. They are playing awesome ball and the Pats are being challenged every game. BUT, they always manage to win. If the Pats beat Indy, you can forget it.

Last night I had to put the wine away and hit the hard stuff that I generally only drink about once a year. Let's just say I had more than one. :drink::drink::drink:

Probably won't happen but, Go Chargers!!!

kiwifan
Jan 13th, 2008, 03:51 PM
I just hope the best team wins today. :angel:

mykarma
Jan 13th, 2008, 06:07 PM
I just hope the best team wins today. :angel:
What the hell is that suppose to mean? :lol:

mykarma
Jan 13th, 2008, 09:18 PM
I just hope the best team wins today. :angel:
The best team won the first game.

:bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce:

doni1212
Jan 13th, 2008, 10:37 PM
Yeah and the Steelers aren't in the playoffs. :p:lol:

On the serious side, I'm really worried about Indy. They are playing awesome ball and the Pats are being challenged every game. BUT, they always manage to win. If the Pats beat Indy, you can forget it.

Last night I had to put the wine away and hit the hard stuff that I generally only drink about once a year. Let's just say I had more than one. :drink::drink::drink:

Probably won't happen but, Go Chargers!!!

I guess you got your wish. Let's hope it doesn't screw you over next week, :tape: :lol:

tenn_ace
Jan 13th, 2008, 10:58 PM
The best team won the first game.

:bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce:


Yay! 2 more to go! :bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce:

tenn_ace
Jan 13th, 2008, 11:01 PM
Colts. Oh well, you won't be missed :lol:

tterb
Jan 13th, 2008, 11:04 PM
The best team won the first game.

:bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce:
If your definition of "best" means best team from the Patriots' perspective, I totally agree. :)

I can't believe how poorly the Colts' D played. They made Rivers look awesome, and then when he went out, they let Volek march down the field! Not to mention LT being injured early... how exactly do you screw that up? It was like watching the 2006 end of the regular season version of the D. :fiery:

Also, Phillip Rivers is a GIANT douche. As are the Colts fans who booed the little girl representing the Pats in that Punt, Pass, Kick event.

So... go Packers, I guess?

tenn_ace
Jan 13th, 2008, 11:23 PM
Has anyone seen a little girl got booed by Colts fans for wearing Pats jersey?

P-A-T-H-E-T-I-C!

Sally Struthers
Jan 13th, 2008, 11:25 PM
I just hate the chargers :fiery:

Is this not that whiny ass brat Philip Rivers or what? I hope the Patriots rip them a new one next week.

http://sobreventos.files.wordpress.com/2006/12/staypuff.jpg

alias
Jan 13th, 2008, 11:34 PM
Yay Colts are out!!!:worship::bounce:

gah, I can't stand Peyton Manning:o:fiery:

tterb
Jan 13th, 2008, 11:54 PM
I just hate the chargers :fiery:

Is this not that whiny ass brat Philip Rivers or what? I hope the Patriots rip them a new one next week.

http://sobreventos.files.wordpress.com/2006/12/staypuff.jpg

Sally, that is perfect!!! :lol:
I wish Drew Brees was still with the Chargers... then I might be able to root for them against the Patriots in good conscience. As it is, I guess I'll have to rely on the NFC. Psh.

kiwifan
Jan 14th, 2008, 12:49 AM
well that was disappointing. :(

mckyle.
Jan 14th, 2008, 12:52 AM
Dallas :speakles:

*JR*
Jan 14th, 2008, 12:53 AM
The best team won the first game.

:bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce:

And the second one. Take that, Jerry Jones and company. :woohoo:

tenn_ace
Jan 14th, 2008, 12:57 AM
Here is a Trivia question: what do Steelers and Cowboys have in common?
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After their losses in the regular season a few players from both teams said there would be a different game when they play Patriots in the play-off.

bwahaha

kiwifan
Jan 14th, 2008, 01:17 AM
For the remainder of this season I will be supporting the Packers and the Chargers...Go get 'em Favre and Norv. :(

*JR*
Jan 14th, 2008, 01:37 AM
For the remainder of this season I will be supporting the Packers and the Chargers...Go get 'em Favre and Norv. :(
Same here. In the case of the Superchargers, I've liked them for years. I couldn't give a FF about the Giants pro or con, I just wanted that egomaniac owner's team to get... O\/\/NED. :yeah:

BTW, there's a Manning starting @ QB in a Conference Championship game this year, and his name isn't Peyton. :lol:

Zombielicious
Jan 14th, 2008, 01:45 AM
Come on Giants! Take out The Packers!

:armed:

UDACHi
Jan 14th, 2008, 02:03 AM
:speakles:
didn't see that one coming.

mykarma
Jan 14th, 2008, 02:56 AM
I guess you got your wish. Let's hope it doesn't screw you over next week, :tape: :lol:
I had a great weekend . All of the teams I was rooting for won but one and I didn't see that one. I was talking on the phone long distance and had the tv on mute when ESPN was interviewing TO. It looked like he was crying behind those sunglasses, say it ain't so. :eek:

mykarma
Jan 14th, 2008, 03:00 AM
If your definition of "best" means best team from the Patriots' perspective, I totally agree. :)

I can't believe how poorly the Colts' D played. They made Rivers look awesome, and then when he went out, they let Volek march down the field! Not to mention LT being injured early... how exactly do you screw that up? It was like watching the 2006 end of the regular season version of the D. :fiery:

Also, Phillip Rivers is a GIANT douche. As are the Colts fans who booed the little girl representing the Pats in that Punt, Pass, Kick event.

So... go Packers, I guess?
I was messing with Kiwi and was talking about the Chargers/Indy game. :devil:

mykarma
Jan 14th, 2008, 03:02 AM
And the second one. Take that, Jerry Jones and company. :woohoo:
:lol::lol::lol:

mykarma
Jan 14th, 2008, 03:06 AM
Same here. In the case of the Superchargers, I've liked them for years. I couldn't give a FF about the Giants pro or con, I just wanted that egomaniac owner's team to get... O\/\/NED. :yeah:

BTW, there's a Manning starting @ QB in a Conference Championship game this year, and his name isn't Peyton. :lol:
Watch it now. :armed:

Wannabeknowitall
Jan 14th, 2008, 03:06 AM
The feeling of having two of my favorite poster dissapear after the Cowboys lost, priceless.

I love when reality sets in.

mykarma
Jan 14th, 2008, 03:07 AM
The feeling of having two of my favorite poster dissapear after the Cowboys lost, priceless.

I love when reality sets in.
I was expecting you to be in here. :lol:

meyerpl
Jan 14th, 2008, 03:18 AM
Another NFC championship game at Lambeau Field! The aura, the history, the cold, the ghost of Vince Lombardi pacing on the sidelines, Brett Favre throwing snowballs and touchdown passes........it doesn't get any better than that.

Black Mamba.
Jan 14th, 2008, 03:38 AM
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