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Avacashay

Member Since 09 Sep 2011
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In Topic: Time to Unite: '15 Cover Vote

30 May 2014 - 08:59 AM

So the voting for this round ends at what time today?

 

They are announcing the winners of this round on NFL live today. Which starts at 4PM Est.   So sometime right before then.


In Topic: Do you think Cam will he on the Top 100 Players?

21 May 2014 - 08:21 PM

There are 13 QBs


In Topic: 2015 Madden Cover Vote

15 May 2014 - 06:32 PM

Where can I watch this piece?


Is there a way to beat the one day vote thing? Anyone?!

We need to put in some fuggin work

 

Clear your cookies, then refresh the page after each vote.


In Topic: Did anyone else see sf jump offsides right before cam threw the last int?

12 January 2014 - 04:35 PM

I saw it.


In Topic: So... Panthers control their own destiny.... right?

05 November 2013 - 02:32 AM

Are you sure?  10 wins should put them in automatically as a wild card given the weak NFC East.  Even if it doesn't, these teams in the NFC control their destiny:

 

Saints

Seattle

San Fran

Arizona

Chicago

Detroit

Green Bay

Washington

Philly

Dallas

 

If any of those teams wins out, then they don't have to rely on any other team.  Again, it is an over used term.

You're wrong.

 

If Atlanta wins out they would still need every single team in front of them to lose at least one game or more.

They would need San Fran or NO to lose at least 4 more games.

Carolina, Chicago, or GB, to lose at least 3 more games.

Arizona, Philly, or Washington to lose at least one more game.

If any one of those teams loses one less game than that, ATL is out, and this isn't even taking into account any possible tiebreakers that ATL might stand to lose.

 

Whereas, If the Panthers win out, they are division Champs, regardless of what any other team does, hence the term "controlling your own destiny".

 

The term may be over used, but it's relevant here.

 

 

 


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