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Promethean Forerunner

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19 October 2014 - 09:51 PM

After examining all the top defenses from last year (Seattle, Cincinnati, New York, St Louis, New Orleans, San Francisco, Carolina, etc) through seven weeks, should our organization finally shift their philosophy? The old saying is: "Defenses win Championships" but with Goodell adding more restrictions against defenses across the NFL annually is it time to just forget about the defensive side of the ball?

Question

19 October 2014 - 09:51 PM

After examining all the top defenses from last year (Seattle, Cincinnati, New York, St Louis, New Orleans, San Francisco, Carolina, etc) through seven weeks, should our organization finally shift their philosophy? The old saying is: "Defenses win Championships" but with Goodell adding more restrictions against defenses across the NFL annually is it time to just forget about the defensive side of the ball?

Question

19 October 2014 - 09:50 PM

After examining all the top defenses from last year (Seattle, Cincinnati, New York, St Louis, New Orleans, San Francisco, Carolina, etc) through seven weeks, should our organization finally shift their philosophy? The old saying is: "Defenses win Championships" but with Goodell adding more restrictions against defenses across the NFL annually is it time to just forget about the defensive side of the ball?

Serious fugging question

19 October 2014 - 09:49 PM

After examining all the top defenses from last year (Seattle, Cincinnati, New York, St Louis, New Orleans, San Francisco, Carolina, etc) through seven weeks, should our organization finally shift their philosophy? The old saying is: "Defenses win Championships" but with Goodell adding more restrictions against defenses across the NFL annually is it time to just forget about the defensive side of the ball?

Serious fugging question

19 October 2014 - 09:49 PM

After examining all the top defenses from last year (Seattle, Cincinnati, New York, St Louis, New Orleans, San Francisco, Carolina, etc) through seven weeks, should our organization finally shift their philosophy? The old saying is: "Defenses win Championships" but with Goodell adding more restrictions against defenses across the NFL annually is it time to just forget about the defensive side of the ball?

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