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  1. An Interesting Clete Blakeman Stat

    There should absolutely be more heat about the Cotchery decision.
  2. Harper and Cotchery already gone?

    Let me just go ahead and drop in that Pharaoh Cooper fits a niche we are really looking for at that position   Alright now I'm done. I said I was stepping back from the sport a bit and I meant it.
  3. My head dropped after the play-and without seeing the penalty  or any particular player-as soon as I head Nantz say "and there's a flag"  I openly curesed the name of Teddy Williams      
  4. On the plus side I now have a massive fortress on Spectacle Island and my Minutemen there armed to the teeth with modified laser muskets
  5. I spent the entire day yesterday playing Fallout 4.      I still can't feel my eyes.
  6. Seahawk Frank Clark laying into Cam Newton

    If you aren't reminding this guy that he's a woman beating thug on twitter then you aren't a true fan
  7. Seahawk Frank Clark laying into Cam Newton

    Lol the only thing frank Clark can hit is a woman
  8. Well Isn't That Convenient...

    I really don't know what to say to this. You dn't want to cry foul, but you look at the evidence and it's hard not to. How was this guy even assigned this role?
  9. (followed, I think, by that stupid trick play that Mike no doubt spent the entire bye week drawing up)
  10. how about our second year defensive end making a one handed pick in the super bowl (after sitting most of the year year behind charles johnson lol) only for us to to do absolutely nothing with it   correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that was the drive where we started out with a first down run into the middle of the defense for no yardage
  11. there is no way Mike's gameplan was any different from his daddy's back in Super Bowl VI   "run ball into middle of defense" "do it again" "throw ball down field, hope for best"   can you imagine what this game might've looked like if Philly and Devin hadn't made miracles catches in predictable passing situations when we needed them most   you can scream execution until you are silver black and blue in the face, and you arent wrong, but for every player miscue birthed out of our bland offense, there was a miracle performance to keep the game alive     players should not be expected to make miracle catches on 3rd and long every single drive (not that im defending mike remmers or jerricho cotchery, just for the record,  because I'm going to spit so much venom on them when the opportunity comes so I don't want to hear "growl i thought you said it was all mike shula's fault, just so we're clear)
  12. As I said the other day, there is no funnier-nor sadder-element to this than the following:   Mike Shula actively went into this game trying to play the kind of game Denver wanted. A quick, low scoring games with few offensive plays. I don't even think we went to tempo  at any point, despite it's success this year against tough defenses and us being down two scores. You wanna slow down a nasty edge rush? How about speeding up the entire offense rather than running straight into a talented 9 man front over and over and over again like some junkie beating his head against a wall trying to get the talking octopi out of his head. the man is stubborn and it cost us the Super Bowl.      
  13. you're right friend, there is a very good reason why we were no.1 in offense.   leading the league in defensive scores tends to help, oh, and we lead the league in turnovers, and I'd imgine, starting field position for an offense because of it,   Couple that with the MVP on your offense and well, you'd frankly have to try real hrd not to get the no. 1 ranking, which btw, given how close Arizona was, he mut've worked real hard to accomplish.     let's see just how firm our grip on that number one spot is next season when teams aren't foolishly testing Josh Norman in the early going or kurt coleman, well, all year.
  14. This is going to change nobody's mind. Stupid people are going to continue to make embarrassing comments in the comments s section of NFL.com     Who cares
  15. Watching the usual cast of characters defend this guy has become progressively more comical