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#1941064 So...how did the texans go from worst team (with David Carr)....

Posted by X-Clown on 09 October 2012 - 12:46 PM

Can I get Houston's compare to this?


I think it's tough to evaluate classes based upon only 21 games, but here you go

1. JJ Watt - absolute stud
2. Brooks Reed - solid starter
2. Brandon Harris - 3rd string DB
4. Roc Carmichael - 3rd string DB
5. Shiloh Keoh - 2nd string safety
5. T.J. Yates - 2nd string QB
7. Derek Newton - starting right tackle on one of the best o-lines in the league
7. Cheta Ozuguwu - now plays for the bears, but he was the last pick in the entire draft


#1941013 JR needs to clean house ....and fast

Posted by X-Clown on 09 October 2012 - 12:22 PM

JR is the problem. Winning is not important to him.

The house will be cleaned when he's dead.


JR is many things (stubborn in negotiations, loyal to certain employees to a fault) but to say winning is not important to him and to suggest that he needs to die for changes to happen is flat out ridiculous.


#1935010 Defeated :-(

Posted by X-Clown on 05 October 2012 - 11:02 AM

I'm debating on changing it. What's your opinion on the picture on this page?
http://georgia.arres..._Chupp_6026171/


We've found the Falcons answer to Alejandro....nice!!!


#1929916 Grantland: Punting on 4th-and-1 candidate for worst coaching move of the year

Posted by X-Clown on 01 October 2012 - 02:11 PM

The bad move was not fixing the Safety position in the offseason.


Great point.


#1929484 Grantland: Punting on 4th-and-1 candidate for worst coaching move of the year

Posted by X-Clown on 01 October 2012 - 10:40 AM

There is a reason they call a Hail Mary a Hail Mary. Because you are throwing up a prayer. I'd like one of these stat guys to look up how many teams have driven 95+ yards successfully with less than a minute left and no timeouts to win a game. I'm sure it's been done less than 1% in those scenarios in NFL history. Our defensive players and coaching are bad at a historical NFL level. They'll be an answer to a sports trivia question someday.


If we're going to look at this from a stats perspective, you'd also want to analyze the chances that a punt would get downed at the one yard line. The much more likely outcome of that play is that it's a touchback, which, had that happened the move would be even more indefensible.


#1904362 These WFNZ hosts are killing me today

Posted by X-Clown on 17 September 2012 - 02:23 PM

Another reason this weekend was great - QCB's Cowboys getting thrashed by the Russell Wilson led Seahawks and Marc's Raiders getting curb stomped by the Dolphins.


#1904354 Dear Saints "fans",

Posted by X-Clown on 17 September 2012 - 02:20 PM

You sound like an Eagles fan.


If he said that he threw rocks at opposing fans or poured beer on children, I would agree with you


#1904171 Dear Saints "fans",

Posted by X-Clown on 17 September 2012 - 12:11 PM

My favorite experience at the stadium yesterday was to watch this fat dude talk trash after the opening drive and then pretty much remain seated as everyone berated him for the rest of the day. By the end of the day we had as many rushing TDs as he had hot dogs on his neck, something that was very fun to point out to him.

My 2nd favorite were these 20 year old kids who looked like they drank beer for the first time ever, wearing khaki shorts and boat shoes with brand new Brees jerseys, resorting to talk smack about Cam being a criminal and how they can't have fun clubbing in Charlotte.


#1886990 Not this guy again...

Posted by X-Clown on 06 September 2012 - 09:35 AM

You know it's bad when Alejandro is taking to sucking up to Bucs fans.


#1869480 Thank You Marty-

Posted by X-Clown on 24 August 2012 - 12:00 AM

...but even after we drafted Newton I heard cries of draft AJ Green and trade for Kolb!!


Imagine how shitty our team would be with Kolb, Carson Palmer, or Clausen starting for us (these were guys we supposedly would "get by with" without taking a huge risk on Cam).


#1869088 Who would be the worst player if you toll the best player from all 32 teams?

Posted by X-Clown on 23 August 2012 - 03:56 PM

Well, what's the list of best players from each team? Was that decided?


Probably not, but I'll take a crack at it:

Buffalo: Mario Williams
Miami: Cameron Wake
New England: Tom Brady
New York Jets: Darrelle Revis

Baltimore: Terrell Suggs/Haloti Ngata
Cincinnati: AJ Green
Cleveland: Joe Haden or Joe Thomas
Pittsburgh: Troy Polamalu/James Harrison/Lamar Woodley

Houston: Andre Johnson/Arian Foster
Indianapolis: Reggie Wayne
Jacksonville: MJD
Tennesee: Chris Johnson

Denver: Peyton
Kansas City: Brandon Flowers/Tamba Hali
Oakland: McFadden?
San Diego: Rivers/Gates

Cowboys: Demarcus Ware
Eagles: McCoy
NY Giants: JPP/Eli
Redskins: Orakpo

Bears: Peppers
Lions: Calvin/Suh
Packers: Rodgers
Vikings: AP/Jared Allen

Bucs: Nicks/VJax
Falcons: Roddy/Julio
Panthers: Smitty/Cam
Saints*: Brees

Cardinals: Fitzgerald
49ers: Willis
Rams: Laurinaitis/Jackson
Seahawks: Lynch


#1868980 Who would be the worst player if you toll the best player from all 32 teams?

Posted by X-Clown on 23 August 2012 - 02:28 PM

If it wasn't for Patrick Peterson on punt returns, definately Arizona.


Larry Fitzgerald???!?


#1866132 Scouts Inc. 2012 Player Ratings

Posted by X-Clown on 20 August 2012 - 04:33 PM

http://insider.espn....player-rankings

This just came out today on ESPN.com, Scouts Inc. ranked 2500 different players (excluding rookies). They ranked the top 200 players overall by "grade" out of 100, then did positional rankings. #1 overall not surprisingly was Aaron Rodgers who was graded as a 97. Our guys who made the top 200 players in the league:

Steve Smith (#28) Grade: 88
Jordan Gross (#74) Grade: 86
Cam Newton (#85) Grade: 84
Jon Beason (#112) Grade: 83
Ryan Kalil (#141) Grade: 81
Jonathan Stewart (#144) Grade: 81
Charles Johnson (#160) Grade: 80
Chris Gamble (#190) Grade: 80

For positional rankings, grade in parenthesis:

QB: Cam was ranked #11 (84) (just ahead of Ryan and Vick, but behind Cutler, Romo, and Stafford)

RB: Johathan Stewart ranked #14 (81), Deangelo Williams at #17 (79)

(Darren McFadden at #6, and Ryan Mathews at #12??)

FB: No Panthers

WR: Steve Smith ranked #4 (88) (Behind Calvin, Fitz, and Andre). No other Panthers in the top 50.

TE: Greg Olsen ranked #20 (76) (behind Tony Moeaki, Zach Miller, and Brent Celek?!?)

OT: Jordan Gross is #6 (84), recently released Panther Jeff Otah is #34 (76) (lol)

Guard: No Panthers in the top 50

Center: Ryan Kalil is #4 (81)

DE: Charles Johnson at #20 (80) , Greg Hardy at #36 (77) (seems low for CJ, especially given how much better he is than Hardy)

DT: Ron Edwards at #46 (72)

LB: Jon Beason at #17 (83), Thomas Davis at #46 (77), James Anderson at #50 (76) (They are counting 3-4 OLBs as part of this)

CB: Chris Gamble at #19 (80) , no other Panthers (unsurprisingly)

S: Charles Godfrey at #28 (76)

K: Olindo Mare at #32 (49) (LOLOL)

P: No Panthers


#1865901 in six months i will be taking a leave of absence from my job

Posted by X-Clown on 20 August 2012 - 12:57 PM

Will you be fighting that Saints* fan in any of these countries?


#1828797 Team USA Basketball Summer Olympics 2012

Posted by X-Clown on 17 July 2012 - 05:06 PM

Drazen Petrovic (RIP) and Detlef Schrempf were better than Kukoc IMO, but you have a point about the lack of competition.




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