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#46 Old 09-07-2012, 09:52 PM
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i just read on ESPN, one of their reporters has the G-Men at 8-8, saying the D-line has no depth. especially if Tuck & Osi show their age.

We got a few D-linemen hurt, but as we proved last year! as long as they're healthy at the end of the year, thats what counts

Bears no doubt want to get in the Playoffs. Cutler is very good, and im sure he has the G-Men circled on the calendar. Like you said, that'll be one to watch.

Hahahaha on the Cowboys and their big opening day win. for them it was HUGE!

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That is great I have thought that several times about Rothelsburger.
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Hub Arkush of Pro Football Weekly is actually picking your Chiefs to win it all this season.

I'm also hearing many people jumping on the Houston Texans band wagon when it comes to winning it all.

And Iv'e heard more than a few people taking the Philadelphia Eagles too.

It really never ceases to amaze me how wrong all of us end up being at the end of the season sometimes though, and that especially goes for the so called "experts" out there that actually get paid for their analysis and predictions.

Before Michael Vick got hurt last season, everybody and their mother seemed to be on the Eagles bandwagon, then it looked like the Packers had it in the bag when they were 15-1.

And then the way the Patriots were playing, who thought anyone could beat them in the Super Bowl?

And who really thought that any team could beat the great Tom Brady twice in two Super Bowls?

I have to admit that I thought it was gonna be another ring for Brady for sure.

I guess the moral of my little rant here is.....who knows?

Oh, wait I got it.... It will be the Oakland Raiders and the Minnesota Vikings in the Super Bowl this season.

I guess the only other thing I'll be focusing on this season besides the Chicago Bears, is if Mark Sanchez will actually step up and be a real quarterback and finally quit trying to be Mr G-Q party boy, or if Tim Tebow will take his job from him by week 3 or 4.

They didn't give up draft picks and bring Tebow in to sit on the bench and hold clip boards, and anyone who thinks that is fooling themselves.

They brought him in to light a fire under Sanchez's sorry INT throwing ass.

There's gonna be lots of drama in Jets land this season for sure.

PS: Tony Romo and Mark Sanchez remind me alot of each-other.

They both play really good in games that don't really matter, and they both get tight assed and look like a deer caught in headlights in pressure situations and in big games that do matter.

And I never saw anything in Sanchez before he got to the pros that made me believe he would be any good in the first place.

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That is great I have thought that several times about Rothelsburger.
since u liked it, heres the whole NFL. sorry its a lil long, but fuck it. this is the NFL thread.



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Well, we got Vilma back, which is an extremely wonderful thing. Hopefully he gets his knee in shape well enough to be more effective other than a presence on the sidelines.

I predict a Saints Superbowl again.
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I have Direct TV.

And while I'm not the biggest fan of their service sometimes, and have been ready more than a few times to rip that dish off of my roof and throw it in the garbage, I wanted you all to know about their Sunday NFL Package.

If there is one thing I can say good about them, it would be that.

With the Sunday NFL Package, I have every single game for viewing at any time while they are all being played.

If you are a Direct TV subscriber and an NFL fan, the Sunday NFL Package is a must have.
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I've thought about adding the NFL package to my gf's direct tv.

But the only games I really care to watch (New Orleans and anybody who Peyton Manning plays for) will always be shown on locals here.

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Well, we got Vilma back, which is an extremely wonderful thing. Hopefully he gets his knee in shape well enough to be more effective other than a presence on the sidelines.

I predict a Saints Superbowl again.
Much as a home field Superbowl would be epic I don't see it. Sean being gone will be too much. He was that good.
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Much as a home field Superbowl would be epic I don't see it. Sean being gone will be too much. He was that good.
Now that the players won their appeals and are coming back, it wouldn't surprise me if Payton and the likes don't appeal as well. We'll see over the next few weeks.

It's a running joke in between a few friends of mine about sports being rigged. It started when we all called LSU getting shut out by Alabama in the championship after the game in Nov.

We figured, since the Saints super bowl win was the most profitable for the league in history, Goodell started all the remedial bullshit of suspensions to lead up to them being the first hometown winner. We even called the above of the players coming back early and Payton showing up at the end of the season to take them home.

The Saints' last underdog story was profitable, injure them and let them be the underdogs all season to finally win it at home. Goodell and the rest of the owners of the NFL, you would think, are drooling over the idea of that kind of money.

It's entertainment, not a competition. The dumber he acts, the more I see Goodell as a Vince McMahon.

We say this mainly in jest, but if it were to happen that way, I wouldn't be surprised one bit. Of course I am definitely not the first to think that the NFL is rigged, or at least swayed. Those types of accusations have been going on for decades.
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Bears 41 - Colts 21

Welcome to the NFL Andrew Luck!!!

The Chicago Bears defense didn't play their best game ever, but they sacked, hurried, picked off, knocked around and basically harassed and owned Andrew Luck all day long.

And if it wouldn't have been for a couple of dropped balls by Bears receivers, a bad call by the refs, the Colts forced to do nothing but throw and make Luck throw over 40 passes, and a pick six thrown at the beginning of the game by Jay Cutler, the Colts wouldn't even have been as close as 20 points.

It was also really nice to see Bears veteran defensive starters like Julius Peppers and Brian Urlacher resting on the sidelines by the start of the 2nd half because the Bears already had a two touchdown lead.

It had to freak them out a little though, because they aren't used to having a real offense on their team, and most of them are used to being on the field the entire game and bailing the offense out every week.

Now comes a real test though later this week when the Bears & Packers play on Thursday night.

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Bears 41 - Colts 21

Welcome to the NFL Andrew Luck!!!

The Chicago Bears defense didn't play their best game ever, but they sacked, hurried, picked off, knocked around and basically harassed and owned Andrew Luck all day long.

And if it wouldn't have been for a couple of dropped balls by Bears receivers, a bad call by the refs, the Colts forced to do nothing but throw and make Luck throw over 40 passes, and a pick six thrown at the beginning of the game by Jay Cutler, the Colts wouldn't even have been as close as 20 points.

It was also really nice to see Bears veteran defensive starters like Julius Peppers and Brian Urlacher resting on the sidelines by the start of the 2nd half because the Bears already had a two touchdown lead.

It had to freak them out a little though, because they aren't used to having a real offense on their team, and most of them are used to being on the field the entire game and bailing the offense out every week.

Now comes a real test though later this week when the Bears & Packers play on Thursday night.

PS: The Colts better come up with a better game plan though than having Andrew Luck throw the ball 40+times a game, or they are gonna get him killed.

And they are damn fortunate that he left Soldier field today in one piece.

But don't worry Colt fans, Luck looks like he will be the real deal for sure with some more experience.

And He's tough too.

Anyone who can take a full on blind sided body blow from Julius Peppers and get right back up and into the huddle has got to be tough.

And a little crazy too.
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RG3 is the real deal

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And peyton is looking like his old self

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I was hoping RG3 was going to be another Womp Womp a la Tebow.

I'm glad to see Peyton moving his offense like this. The Denver crowd has a lot to learn from Indy though. When Manning played in Indy you could hear a pin drop while he was at the line, he seemed to be having trouble at times getting his audibles heard in Denver.

And I still want to know how much Porter jibs him for the interception in the super bowl a couple years back.
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