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Varking

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In Topic: Report: Panthers Not Expected To Bring Back Hardy

09 February 2015 - 11:57 AM

Thank you for the clear answer. You are, of course, 100% correct. My question was rhetorical, but it never hurts to have the clear facts states like you have above.

Now, that being said, how many NFL teams are going to be willing to risk signing someone that will likely be found guilty (near 100% chance, as you say) in a civil action regarding charges of domestic abuse?

And what if the case is dropped and he is no longer considered guilty at all?

In Topic: How Did Brady Win Superbowl MVP over Malcolm Butler?

02 February 2015 - 11:25 AM

I get not wanting to give Brady the MVP, but Butler made just one play the whole game. Without Brady, they wouldn't even be in that spot for his play to matter. There were more deserving candidates than Butler for sure.

In Topic: Peyton (One and Done) Manning

12 January 2015 - 11:52 AM

Put him in a good division and see how he does. Those stats are easier to achieve when you play the Jags, Titans, and Texans twice a year.

He put up 16 Touchdowns in 6 games against his divisional foes.

2.66 TDs a game vs those Jags, Titans, and Texans.

 

2.4 against the rest of the league...

 

Now... If you take away his 16 TDs against those bad teams, that puts him at 24 against everyone else, which would be good enough for 14th in the NFL, ahead of guys like Stafford, Wilson, Kap, Cam and Dalton...


In Topic: Peyton (One and Done) Manning

12 January 2015 - 03:51 AM

What is it that makes people want to attack Peyton Manning so badly?

Before I moved to North Carolina about 7 or 8 years ago I followed the Jaguars as I was born there. He killed us at least once a year so I grew tired of him.

In Topic: Peyton (One and Done) Manning

12 January 2015 - 02:01 AM

So Luck is just good? Come on, guys. Admit it, Andrew Luck is a great QB on the verge of being elite. His team was about 19 or 20 on points given up a game, rushing yards the Colts were 22nd in the NFL and only scored 9 touchdowns on the ground. Of those 9, he scored 3. Without his running ability, the Colts wouldn't have gotten to 100 yards a game. If you can't average 100 yards a game, how can you call that offensive line beastly as I've seen posted in this thread?

Is there a lack of talent there? Sort of. Its neither as much or as little as posters here would have you believe. Fleener and Hilton are good, but would they be this good without Andrew Luck? The guy threw for 40 touchdown passes this year and he is just good?

Every time a guy went down in Indy or had to miss time, the offense didn't miss a beat.

The scary thing is 40 touchdowns and over 4000 yards and nobody believes this will be his best year.