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    Quote Originally Posted by themethatyouknow View Post
    Damn it! Tony Romo's hand his some dude's helmet on the first drive and my fantasy season goes down in flames. I probably was going to lose anyway, but at least it could have been close enough to make every Devin Hester put return interesting tomorrow night.

    Anyway, congrats to Fifey. His team was on top all year and deserves the title.
    Thanks. It feels dirty to have done it with Mike Vick though. I feel like I have to go donate some money to the humane society now.


    LIONS make the playoffs, and if Green Bay rests their injured guys and some other starters, they could finish 11-5 only 3 years after going 0-16. Stafford sets the team records for TDs, Yards, and looks ready to lead the Lions to a playoff win or two (or four if the world really is coming to an end)

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    Is it just me or did the Lancaster Giants make a late surge? But why does it still say 1-12? Damnit? Those wins mean a lot!

    I have really enjoyed watching this season. Im thnking New England vs Green Bay re-match in the Superbowl? Im probably biased on that one though. Im looking forward to watching the Saints tonight.

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    5-3 Vancouver over the Oilers tonight. SEE YOU IN HELL, EDMON-SCUM!!

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    Fucking Cowboys

    That is all.

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    First meeting between the Canucks and Bruins since the Stanley Cup finals last year, and they've already handed out 62 penalty minutes in the first period. Great to see the 'nucks pushing back again the Bruins a lot more. Show some grit boys!

    "Just another game" eh?

    Also, Lucic is not suspended for running one of the best goalies in the league, but may get 10 if they decide he left the bench to join the clusterfuck in front of the Canucks bench. Possible justice.
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    Fuckin' Lucic, he's such a tool.

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    Foster. Goddamn. I don't care about any of the teams in the playoffs right now, but that run down the sidelines without stepping out was ri-goddamn-diculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixer808 View Post
    Fuckin' Lucic, he's such a tool.
    I missed that game so not sure at the moment why you would say this, but it sort of cracks me up being that he's from Vancouver.

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    Saint Tebow!!!!!

    3:16 Yards lol

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    My Tebowner is so huge right now.

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    That was a pretty awesome performance, especially after the Chiefs game. But, I think the Steelers have been pretty below par this season. Losing to everyone that mattered. Probably only the Falcons that mattered, they managed to overcome.

    Pleased the Giants got through. Playing like that I think they could beat the Packers, having come close earlier in the season.

    But what about the Saints? The Lions were pretty good, apart from their run game. I think they could go all the way.

    And, Josh McDaniels back at New England just in time for Denver!
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    I can see any four of the NFC teams making the Super Bowl. Giants looked the most impressive, they just dictated the whole pace and Atlanta didn't have a shot. New Orleans looked great, but there was no way they were going to lose at home to a young Detroit team. As for the AFC. I can see Houston making the AFC title game. Baltimore doesn't have an offense, both teams are great defensively, but if Arian Foster plays like he did this past weekend and if Andre Johnson and Yates keep on the same page, I think they can take out the Ravens. Denver played Pittsburgh tough and I don't know if they'll beat New England, but I think it'll be a much closer matchup this time around. I believe in Tebow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tums206_BFY View Post
    Saint Tebow!!!!!

    3:16 Yards lol
    Tebow had multiple 3:16 stats..

    316 passing yards
    3.16 average yards per pass
    31.6 television rating for the 4th quarter (I think that's the percentage of households watching the game...whatever, it's an accurate stat.)

    sources:
    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shu...rn=nfl,wp15718
    http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/e...75988/34284646

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    Watching highlights of The Celtics/Bulls game, wow Derrick Rose is amazing.

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    That was the best game of the season. Perhaps the best, craziest game I've ever watched. If you don't know which one I'm talking about, shame on you. I wish I could cry in Harbaugh's arms right now like Vernon Davis did.

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    Haha, the Pats are beating up the Broncos so badly it's sad.


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    Christ, neither of the teams I wanted to win succeeded. The Pats took it to Denver. I thought Denver would have game planned better, but they flat out never showed up. I just hope the Giants and Texans can take care of business tomorrow or else I'll probably be bored next wekend.

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    Boo hoo Kid Charlemagne - Boo Brady Hoo.

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    For what it's worth here's a great article from Vice.com that pretty much eloquently sums up exactly why I am extremely thankful to be rid of Tebow and why I dislike him so much. As tragic as what happened to the Saints was, my sadness was offset from the happiness of watching Brady go to town on his ignorant, shitty ass.

    Dogmageddon - Tebow 3:16




    By Rick Paulas










    Since there’s a good chance this will be the last chance until next
    season he’ll be a viable topic: We need to talk about (fucking) Tim
    Tebow now.


    Last weekend I made the decision to head to a sports bar, drop a wad of
    cash on cheap beer and artery-clogging delicacies, and view a football
    game in which I didn’t have a rooting interest. This is a rare
    occurrence for me. The whole point was to witness Tebow’s
    sure-to-be-reckoning with a stout Steelers defense, in the midst of
    actual Broncos fans, so I could savor their inevitable tears and cries
    to the deity above.


    Of course, none of that happened. Tebow came through once again, one
    might say miraculously, in the greatest performance of his career. But
    while I didn’t get to satisfy my craving to view his fall from grace, I
    still left the bar in a state of contentment. I was actually happy he
    was going to be around one more week. To me, he’s become the equivalent
    of a WWE heel: you want them there to root against.


    And I wasn’t alone. Not a single person in that bar was on the fence
    about Tebow—he was either loved (predominantly by Broncos fans) or
    despised (by most everyone else). Which is shocking because, by all
    accounts, he’s the most boring motherfucker ever to strap on a helmet.


    His post-game press conferences are predictable to the point where you
    can simply copy-and-paste old transcripts and swap in new teams/players.
    His athleticism is so pedestrian that there’s a high percentage of
    half-drunk armchair quarterbacks who think they can play better than him
    (they can’t, obviously, but still). He’s never been part of a sex
    scandal, due to the fact he’s never had sex (he’s “saving himself for
    marriage”). He’s never been arrested for fighting dogs, or accused of
    rape (unlike, say, the quarterback I was rooting for against
    Tebow). He tries hard in practice, proverbially “leaves it all on the
    field,” and exudes a refreshing level of humility that’s rare in
    professional sports. In a vacuum, he’d be the most beloved figure in the
    game today.


    But he’s not. Thus is the inherent divisiveness of religious beliefs.


    It’s not that Tebow’s simply a believer—with the various pre-game group
    prayers, instinctual points towards the sky, and “shout-outs” to The
    Jesus at the top of every victory speech, it’s safe to say athletes are a
    pro-religious bunch. It’s that he uses his celebrity to promote his
    religious beliefs; i.e., to tell other people what to do.


    Star in a Super Bowl commercial for Focus on the Family, the social
    conservative group that spends their time hating gays and getting all up
    in the business of what ladies do with their bodies, and it doesn’t
    matter how pleasant you are, your skill set, or what charitable work you
    do in the offseason. All of that’s tainted because you’ve aligned
    yourself with a bigoted and sexist organization. Stick Bible passages in
    your eye black for national TV cameras to pick up (as he did while at
    Florida), and that might just seem like a benign way to promote your
    fandom, the same as wearing your friend’s band’s T-shirt or signing an
    online petition to bring back Community. But it’s really in the
    same shit-stirring realm as burning the American flag or sticking an
    anti-Occupy bumper sticker on your Jaguar. You can do so, sure. Free
    speech and all. But it makes you a dick. It’s an act of aggression that
    ultimately leads to more accumulated hate than love in the world, which
    seems antithetical to that whole WWJD way of life. Hence, why people
    root against him.

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    Bye Joe pa, It really would have been better if you didn't ignore those kids being raped... but bye...

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    I did sound for Paterno's last season opener pep rally this year. To be honest, I'd never even heard of him before that day. And truthfully, he didn't really seem to actually do anything to whip the crowd up - they just kind of exploded at the mere sight of him. I don't think I'll ever understand his legacy, but clearly, he will be missed. Here's hoping people don't shit on him too much in the days to come.

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    I would feel differently had anything in the past three months (or years) not happened. Joe Pa was an icon and time will tell what will happen to his legacy, honestly if Reggie Bush is stricken from record books, so should Paterno. But he lost all of life's meaning when he got fired. Then the news came out that he was battleing a form of Cancer, and now he's passed away. Very quick succession for what just happened. Had nothing happened with Sandusky, this guy is still alive and is on the sidelines in August.

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    Patriots in the Superbowl! Dra didn't pay me to say that either.

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    Booooo!!!!!

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    I fucking hate San Francisco, I hope New England boatraces them in two weeks. Fuck Alex Smith, Fuck Coach H, and MOTHERFUCK Vernon "fatass" Davis.

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    It's a bad day to be a Harbaugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Charlemagne View Post
    I fucking hate San Francisco, I hope New England boatraces them in two weeks. Fuck Alex Smith, Fuck Coach H, and MOTHERFUCK Vernon "fatass" Davis.
    My current self hates my past self for typing that and blowing his load early.

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    A rematch of a good Superbowl a few years ago. Both the Giants and Patriots deserve to be there though both teams they beat pretty much beat themselves or gift wrapped victories for them. Should be a fun game never the less but now we gotta hear this whole New York vs Boston Bullshit for the next two weeks (Yes I know New England represents the region but lets be real) and its not even spring yet. Jim Harbaugh btw where are you now big man? where those nifty quotes or shit grins? His press Conference just says everything I need to know about him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tums206_BFY View Post
    A rematch of a good Superbowl a few years ago. Both the Giants and Patriots deserve to be there though both teams they beat pretty much beat themselves or gift wrapped victories for them. Should be a fun game never the less but now we gotta hear this whole New York vs Boston Bullshit for the next two weeks (Yes I know New England represents the region but lets be real) and its not even spring yet. Jim Harbaugh btw where are you now big man? where those nifty quotes or shit grins? His press Conference just says everything I need to know about him.
    All this is really proving is that talking a big game doesn't mean shit. Look at both Coughlin and Billy B. They use an old school approach to the game, strict play callers, NO BS guys, they don't play to anyone but themselves, they're all business. Sean Payton, Mike Tomlin, Tony Dungy, Mike McCarthy, Coughlin, Belichick, all these guys are play callers and plain football coaches, they've also won Super Bowls. Now you have guys like the Harbaughs, Jim Schwartz, and Rex Ryan who are all talk, guys that pride themselves more on talking than coaching. They have good seasons, but can't win big ones, they have teams who are not disciplined and it shows in big games. They get outmatched and out played, and we saw perfect examples of that today. I don't like the hoodie at all, but I would rather be coached by his approach, a master of the game rather than some guy who just talks and makes the players do all the work. There are more new school coaches in the game, but the elder approach is working best, always has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Charlemagne View Post
    I don't like the hoodie at all, but I would rather be coached by his approach, a master of the game rather than some guy who just talks and makes the players do all the work. There are more new school coaches in the game, but the elder approach is working best, always has.
    I love the Hoodie. I think his approach is one of the greatest in all of sports. Especially his ability to take on 'problem' players. 6 or 7 Superbowls - winning 5. 7 odd Championship Games. 16 - 0. He is one hell of a coach.

    Looks like Coughlin is going to be around for a while. I was listening to the Giants.com radio, at the beginning of the season and some of the callers were talking 'fire Coughlin, get rid of Eli' etc etc. Now they go through the Falcons, Packers and 49ers. Its annoying that when they are on it, they can beat anyone, but when they have their off days - its bad.

    If the Giants beat the Patriots (which I dont think they will this time) wont they have the worst record (9-7) for a Supberbowl winning team since they won it in 2007 (10 -6 ) and the Packers last year?
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