I like Buffalo too!
I have no reason to like the Jets, that team has no redeeming qualities.
I don't have a dog in this fight, but... what? Romo is essentially Marino? Bob Griese?
Romo doesn't compare to either, he's never even been to a superbowl much less won one.
Five more years and we can talk Flacco vs. Marino and Griese but right now its probably premature.
Heh, it's cool. Hell, this is the place to be a homer for your team.
Or teams... faggot two-teamers!
I made a new avatar in anticipation of the 2013 season, I hope you guys like it.
Not a jets fan bro, hate them niggers in philly.
edit: err New Jersey, sorry still new to the NFL and learning the teams.
Dont wanna double post:
Kaeper bro sucks.
Last edited by Sutekh; 07-22-2013 at 04:07 AM.
He will never be greater than Marino. He's been mediocre for his whole career outside of one postseason. Marino throwing for 5000 yards and 48 touchdowns 25-30 years ago was ridiculous.
Romo is way better than he's given credit for, but he's not on Marino's level either. Manning and Brees are the only 2 I'd put in there as of right now. Rodgers might if he keeps it up a couple more years. Brady loses points since Matt Cassel looked amazing when he took over the Pats.
Last edited by Azeth*; 07-22-2013 at 12:00 PM.
Didn't take long for the Cowboys to start losing Dlineman left and right. A certain DT out of Florida would sure be handy right about now.
The last part would be better if Lakers were replaced with Miami Heat.
It's a shame all the injuries the Cowboys fans have suffered, no one's here to defend the picture.
None of the Cowboys fans in this forum are THOSE kind of Cowboys fans. The Cowboy/Lakers/Yankees fans are wiggers who live in like New Jersey and Alabama. Cowboys fans in Dallas actually have other hometown teams that are worth rooting for.
Last edited by Man0warr; 07-22-2013 at 08:40 PM.
Way to flush your career down the toilet. Idiot.
FOOTBALL FOOTBALL FOOTBALL FOOTBALL FOOTBALL FOOTBALL
Such a quiet off season for the saints this year, love it.
An awesome little nugget from Curtis Lofton-
"These guys on this team, they come bust their tails every single day. I mean Saturday, me 'Tez and Junior, I've never worked out on a Saturday, but they said, 'Let's go get it.' So we came up here and got some good work."
As if I could be any more pumped for the season
derp, need to read the post first
Last edited by Gankak; 07-23-2013 at 02:54 PM. Reason: I'm a dumbass
I'm seriously beginning to believe the Jets are just trolling the rest of the league hoping to be as controversial as possible, thereby increasing interest and revenue.
After Tampa it just became about pointing out thing that may or may not be gay that might kinda be sorta associated with the city and totally not related to the football team. Like the Bills...haha, some gay men are named Bill. Wonderful.
Last edited by Elurin; 07-23-2013 at 11:18 PM.
higher on the list.
List is terrible. Team has this for a mascot.
And the best they can do is imply the terrible towel would make a good nightstand towel...because...what?
take that mascot's shirt off, keep the suspenders, and that's an easy #1
I don't know about being gay but surely all those mascots would fail an HGH test.
Jason Garret looks about 10 years older than when he started coaching the Cowgirls.
This seems about right.
RICHMOND, VA—Calling it an encouraging sign for the 23-year-old, Redskins team doctors have reportedly cleared quarterback Robert Griffin III’s knee to resume light tearing this week, team sources confirmed Wednesday. “Robert’s knee has healed to the point where we feel he can safely start damaging the ligament again,” said orthopedist James Andrews, noting that Griffin should limit himself to simple overstretching at first before gradually easing into more challenging connective tissue ripping. “Heading into August, we plan on having Robert tear his knee more severely each day so that the tendon can be 100 percent shredded by the time the season begins.” Andrews added that if all goes according to plan, Griffin would be ready for a season-ending injury by as early as week one or two.
I swear to god if Shanahans have him running as much (and he himself chooses to make stupid fucking runs) as last year I'm going to lose my shit. Throw the fucking ball.
He didn't have many designed runs last year, or even as many read-option plays as everyone thinks. The problem is he would take off on broken plays and he doesn't know when to slide or get out of bounds. So really, the problem is RG3.
and maybe not flailing his leg in the air unnecessarily while being tackled
Ready for Dez to have a break out yea....... rrrr oops. Forgot who was throwing him the ball. FML
Last edited by Famm; 07-24-2013 at 09:42 PM.
We all know the Cowboys' back ups are better at math than most teams' starters.
Also could have been column, may he burn in hell.
Any interest in a pool that involves which week RGKnee goes on IR? My guess is week 3 Suh stomps on both of his knees.
Whenever Bernard Pollard plays against the Skins.
Well, I guess I can't mock Dallas too much after all. Harbaugh cancelled practice today and took the team to Gettysburg for a lesson in civil war history....
To Grim and Elurin, what are things Gruden has said during MNF???
I heard Trent Dilfer on the Dave Dameshek Podcast recently pointing out that Colin Kaepernick seems to be very good so far at avoiding contact. If you look at the playoffs last year, he was ranked 7th with 7 total hits even though he played in more games in the post season than anyone except Joe Flacco. Brady (13 hits), Manning (10 hits), and Rodgers (8 hits) were all hit more than Kaepernick despite the fact that they played in less games, and Joe Flacco took a total of 16 hits to Kaepernick's 7. The other "running" QB in the playoffs, Russell Wilson, was tied with Manning at 10.
Is being a running quarterback really that much more dangerous than being a pocket passer?
It isn't just number of hits that they take, its where they take them and in what situation. A QB in the pocket who sees the hit coming and does that awkward turtle looking hunch they do in order to minimize the impact is a lot less likely to get hurt then a QB running out of the pocket who doesn't see that safety coming and takes one in his legs while they are both moving at full speed.
Of course you can be good at avoiding the contact regardless like Kaep seems to be, but all it takes is that one hit when by the nature of your play style you are opening yourself up to more vicious and varied hits then the average pocket bound QB.
All things being equal (Offensive line) a scrambling QB will get hit less than any QB regardless of OL, your running QB's get hit the most next then pocket passers. That is all things being equal, now when you take into account situations and try to break it down your running QB's seem to inflate the numbers to where you say hey look Stafford was hit just as much as RG3! Then you realize that Stafford threw the ball more than anyone else and that OL was fucking horrible, meanwhile RG3 a running QB with an awesome fucking line that a rookie 6th round draft pick set the Redskins all time rushing yards record.
It's hard to just look at the stats and point to one example and just look at number of hits and come to the conclusion that running QB's get hit just as often as pocket passers. It's a good discussion and one that I believe running QB's with good OL's inflate their number of hits and scrambling QB's with shit OL's drastically reduce the amount of hits. A good examples is Rothlesburger and Romo, both horrible fucking lines last year that I doubt even the stupidest of people would contest that yet they rank 23rd and 16th in QB hits. Look at Peyton Manning, a pocket passer if there ever was a pocket passer, he is the definition of NOT a mobile QB was hit the fewest.
Good rushing teams have good OL's, Washington has a better line than Denver (Denvers is good) but if you just consider them equal which is a bit of a stretch imo RG3 got hit way more than Manning. RG3 being a running QB inflated the number of hits he took, now you can argue style and each QB is different sure, maybe he Kaep will be the running QB that defies the odds and will be a scrambler/runner like Randall Cunningham and manage to stick around for a while but I am positive RG3 is not that QB, dude has 2 ACL 1 LCL in one knee and 1 ACL surgery on the other. RG3 has one foot in the grave and another on a banana peel.
It's definitely true that not all running QBs are the same either. A guy that tries to be a hero on busted plays like RG3 or Mike Vick seems much more likely to get hurt than someone who runs smart and knows when to slide or get out of bounds. Size matters as well, Kaepernick has like 20 lbs on the other running QBs except for Cam Newton who has 15 pounds on him.
Specificially it was about Danny Amendola and Matt Moore - two guys they tried to stash on the practice squad in 2008? and have gone on to be pretty good.
Still wish we had Matt Moore as a backup.
Last edited by Man0warr; 07-25-2013 at 04:26 PM.
Hmm. Tarell Brown, the 49ers best CB just lost a $2mil. workout bonus because he didn't participate in the team's offseason program. Now his salary drops to $925,000 for the year. Weird thing is he's not holding out, and showed up to training camp day 1.
Matt Moore sure did get fucked. Honestly, the guy seems to be on a talent level similar to Bradford. But because of crappy timing is now backing up friggin Tannehill! Although, apparently he just resigned for 2 years, $8M this offseason. So I guess he's got that going for him.
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