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#1686086 Bears get Brandon Marshall!

Posted by X-Clown on 13 March 2012 - 06:44 PM

Marshall has never been on a winning team, ever.

Still don't know why Miami would get rid of him, unless it's a last ditch effort to get Manning/Wayne/Garcon.

Trading two 2nds for him, him having 2 good/very good years, trading him for 2 3rds?

Oh well.


Garcon has already been overpaid, I mean signed by the Redskins...

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#1683173 Saints in BIG trouble...

Posted by X-Clown on 12 March 2012 - 01:23 PM

Hey remember that time guys that the Saints won a road playoff game? Oh right, that's never happened.


#1679365 2012 Mock offseason and draft-Draft

Posted by X-Clown on 08 March 2012 - 11:43 PM

With the 44th pick of the NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford.

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#1656671 Brockers to visit with the Panthers

Posted by X-Clown on 18 February 2012 - 08:41 AM

Do you think the guys we have are problems for Evans and Nicks in New Orleans? To attack your biggest rival's strength, you need solid DTs. Brockers and Edwards is a good start.


I dont think nicks will even be there next year, but even if he is, the lions got no push up the middle against them with Suh, Corey Williams, and Fairley. What makes you think that Edwards and Brockers is going to solve that?


#1644271 Pats fans reactions

Posted by X-Clown on 06 February 2012 - 12:35 PM

A look at some of the Patriots draft picks over the last several years:

2006 1st - Laurence Maroney RB (ahead of Deangelo Williams, Santonio Holmes, Johnathan Joseph and Nick Mangold)
2006 2nd - Chad Jackson WR (ahead of Greg Jennings and Devin Hester)
2006 3rd - Dave Thomas TE (ahead of James Anderson and Owen Daniels)
2006 4th - Garrett Mills, FB (Jahri Evans was selected 2 picks later)
2006 4th - Stephen Gostkowski, K (good at what he does, but Brandon Marshall was selected one pick later, later selections that round include Elvis Dumervil, Ray Edwards, Domata Peko, and Barry Cofield)

2007 1st - Brandon Merriweather, FS who is no longer on the team (Jon Beason was picked one pick later, Ben Grubbs , Robert Meachem and Greg Olsen were taken a few picks later, Lamarr Woodley and Ryan Kalil went in round 2)

2008 1st - Jerrod Mayo ILB - you could argue that there were better players on the board but he's a Pro Bowl LB, so a solid pick.
2008 2nd - Terrence Wheatley CB - huge bust, only played in 11 games for NE (Terrell Thomas was taken one pick later, Jamaal Charles a few picks later)
2008 3rd - Shawn Crable OLB - another bust who only played in 6 games (Cliff Avril and Jermichael Finley were drafted later that round)
2008 3rd - Kevin O'Connell QB - completed a whopping 4 passes so far in the NFL (meanwhile the guy who made the play of the game in yesterday's Super Bowl, Mario Manningham was drafted with the next pick)

2009 2nd - Patrick Chung, SS - solid pick
2009 2nd - Ron Brace, DE - has played in just over half of his games, 0 career sacks, managed to have 4 tackles this season (Connor Barwin was taken 6 picks later)
2009 2nd - Darius Butler, CB - bad enough that he got cut from the worst secondary in the league, and that he wasn't even an upgrade over Captain Munnerlyn (Jairus Byrd went one pick later)
2009 2nd - Sebastian Vollmer, RT - solid pick
2009 3rd - Brandon Tate, WR - as much as UNC alums love him, he was cut this year (and Mike Wallace went with the next pick)
2009 3rd - Tyrone Mackenzie, LB - To be fair he tore his ACL in training camp his rookie season. But to be realistic, players can come back from ACL tears to at least record 1 career tackle in the NFL and this guy didn't

Obviously they hit home runs in 2010 with Gronkowski and Hernandez, Devin McCourty is probably the best player in a bad secondary, and it's probably too soon to tell if some of their other picks will pan out.


#1625590 Official: Giants vs. Patriots Predictions and Thoughts

Posted by X-Clown on 22 January 2012 - 11:06 PM

Pats secondary is going to look foolish trying to cover nicks, Cruz, and manningham. Giants win the rematch.


#1615755 Dear SaintJ

Posted by X-Clown on 15 January 2012 - 08:55 AM

Bullpoo excuses. Sounds like the huddle on a Monday. By the way, you found one thread, here there are twenty about refs and calls and how dirty the oth team is.


Like I said, it's more funny because your fans are notorious for excusing that type of play when it's about hitting Favre low, twisting Adrian Peterson's ankle in the pile, cheap shotting players after they score a TD (Harper on Smitty), or going for a helmet to helmet hit (Sharper on Johnathan Stewart last year). You dudes had a collective orgasm when Gregg Williams came out and said you were trying to hit people after the play - but NOW other teams are dirty for doing it.


#1615551 Dear SaintJ

Posted by X-Clown on 15 January 2012 - 12:42 AM

lol, remember when Saints fans were all about "bad-ass play" the year they were hitting Favre low in the playoffs, when Sharper took a helmet-to-helmet shot on Stewart last year, and when Harper protected the endzone by cheap shotting Smitty. My how things change tonight on SaintsReport:

it was an obvious spear...head on..full speed..leading all the way with the helmet. spearing is not called ONLY if the runner is down on the ground...you can't go helmet to helmet like that...thats 1st and goal on the 1yd line...terrible call.


As upset as I was that we didn't get a penalty on that, and I think it was iffy, I'm more upset at the umber times I saw a niner go into drew's knee without a flag.


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I am dropping blame of this loss soley on the NFL front office....


Please follow me...

The league handed us 1 more loss than any other team in the league by making us open the season at Green Bay...a game the visitor has never won.

This put us behind the 8-ball, so to speak and essentially made us the 3 seed instead of the 2 seed.


Ah yes, the NFL wanted you to lose. Great stuff.

Why did WE have to go to GB for the first game of the season??? Please correct me if I'm wrong with this:

After WINNING THE DIVISION, we lost to the Bears in the NFCCG in '06, and we had to play the SB champ Indy in the first game of '07. After winning the SB, we played the Vikes who WON THEIR DIVISION, but lost to us in the NFCCG in '09, in the season opener in '10.

So after LOSING in the 1st round of the playoffs,as a WILDCARD TEAM, (a horrible, poor performing WILDCARD TEAM!) in '10 in Seattle (c'mon man, SEATTLE!!!), why did the NFL gods schedule US to play GB in the first game??? Why not a DIVISION CHAMPION, any DIVISION CHAMPION, heck anybody else???

Why not ATL, a team GB beat in the playoffs in '10, but a team who won their division and had one of the best records in the NFL last year, and were the self proclaimed, "next greatest show on turf" coming in to the 2011 season? Why not the Bears, their bitter division rival, that they beat in the NFCCG in a close game???

WHY the wildcard, one and done Saints? A team retooling with as many as 8 new starters on O and D in a strike shortened TC? ..........."


God, how dare the NFL make you play any games outside of New Orleans? What is this world coming to?!?!


#1608708 Hey guys

Posted by X-Clown on 10 January 2012 - 06:59 PM

You can be assured that if it's your team and the Saints in the NFCG that this board will be pulling for the Pack.


#1601440 Fixing a Massive Hole in Drywall

Posted by X-Clown on 06 January 2012 - 01:44 PM

Putting up drywall for the first time is kind of like having sex for the first time. It most likely won't turn out as you planned.


And you cry afterwards?

I've said too much.


#1599092 Jon Beason gaurantees superbowl win in 2012

Posted by X-Clown on 04 January 2012 - 05:03 PM

I'm fine with a playoff guarantee as that isn't an unreasonable expectation, but as you know, there have to be a lot of breaks for a team just to make the SuperBowl (much less win it). Guarantees tend to ring hollow if guys start making them every year (see: Ryan, Rex).


#1594532 good game guys

Posted by X-Clown on 02 January 2012 - 11:37 AM

Atlanta Falcons 2 titles - 5 playoff wins - no superbowl wins
Carolina Panthers 2 titles - 5 playoff wins - no superbowl wins
New Orleans Saints 3 titles - 4 playoff wins - 1 superbowl title
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3 titles - 3 playoff wins - 1 superbowl title


I understand you just started watching football in 2006, but you just made an argument against yourself (I fixed it for you). The Panthers have more playoff wins then you during that time.


#1586973 Dwyane Wade Mocks Cam Newton

Posted by X-Clown on 28 December 2011 - 10:53 PM

Were any of you guys upset at cam for doing the primetime TD dance in Atlanta?


#1584908 Breese said "as we win next week"

Posted by X-Clown on 27 December 2011 - 06:14 PM

Anybody? I can't find a printed story with "as we win next week" in the text...not doubting he said it, maybe it's in a presser video?


Fast forward to the 2:50 minute mark or so of this video...




#1552913 I know who TRD is.....

Posted by X-Clown on 06 December 2011 - 09:21 PM

Im willing to bet that skysfalling is TRD and that its some more attention whoring




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