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  1. LOL!! Nothing like urine flavored corn flakes in the morning.But you're right, it's not the schedule that matters. It's if they win or lose.
  2. Lets not get ahead of ourselves here. That is one mighty big IF. Would love to see it happen but don't count on it. Especially when Kraft/Bellicheat/Brady have the zebra stripes in their pocket tossing them off any chance they get.
  3. BINGO!!! We have a winner here folks. Hit the nail on the head. Allen for sure has his flaws and as his game progresses he and the OC will be able to mitigate those in how they game plan for him. It will just take some time. What Allen has going for his is.... He's a Winner! When his team is down he lays it all out on the line to get it done, and I think that is why he is so loved and respected by his teammates and his coaches. He doesn't ask anything of anyone that he doesn't already expect from himself. And this i think is what is different about this team vs any other of our previous teams since JK retired.
  4. My point is, they are figuring out his game. Yes he is getting the yards but a lot of it is YAC with short routes right now. Yes there is the occasional long ball but not as often as before. And he is getting banged around A LOT. His one ankle right now is so messed up he can barely play on it. His o-line is not holding together that well. As for Goeff, i see your point, that he isn't elite, but i will add the word.....yet because he is still very quite good. better than 75% of the QB's in the league right now.
  5. Totally agree with you and I will take it a step further. I'm not sure it's just QB talent that has been lacking. In the past 5 - 10 years there has been a significant drop in the level of quality talent at all of the positions. At least in mho anyway. To go even further, we may want to hold our breaths a bit longer with Mahomes and Goeff, probably even Watson. Both Mahomes and Goeff seem to be falling apart at the moment. It may be that Football on a professional level may have hit its peek. I am seeing less and less parents allowing their kids to play the game as youngsters or even at the HS levels. The lack of talent getting fed into the system due to all the CTE fears (rightfully so) and long term health issues to the body the players have as they age is having an effect on parents decision to allow their kids to play.
  6. Win or lose it's entertainment. It's just MORE entertaining and enjoyable to watch when they win.
  7. I could care less where they sit statistically for anything as long as they are winning. If they keep winning, the points will come and so will the stats. The stats are for gamblers anyway and I am not one. Come to think of it, it's probably why i don't care where they sit in the statistics. LOL!!
  8. You had me right up until you said "in exchange some team gives us a second or third for Barkley". That would never happen in a million years. I'm guessing a low fourth round pick would be the very apex of expectations for Barkley with a more realistic spot being a fifth or sixth rounder. Your other points are well taken though. I can very easily see this being Beane's train of thought.
  9. Haven't done one of these since high school. (That was a long time ago. LOL) The Buffalo defense Killed Zay Jones lost his roster spot Sean for coach of the year
  10. Because it's not just a large appendix. It actually performs a major function in your body. It filters your blood as part of your immune system. Sourced via WebMD: The spleen plays multiple supporting roles in the body. It acts as a filter for blood as part of the immune system. Old red blood cells are recycled in the spleen, and platelets and white blood cells are stored there. The spleen also helps fight certain kinds of bacteria that cause pneumonia and meningitis.
  11. It's not like he can walk him to the locker room for a one on one. They are in the middle of a game and Dabol needs his to focus and use his head. Josh is an adult, and a professional QB. I'm pretty sure he can take the criticism from one of his coaches. I could care less what other teams or fans see as far as perception goes. If putting a finger to his forehead and telling him to think is what it takes to get him to progress then they need to do it and the "poor Josh got scolded on the sideline" snowflake attitude it what is causing the game of football to regress into a flag football sport. Don't get me wrong, I am all for safety especially with the head injuries, but some of this add all these rules $h*t needs to stop.
  12. If you are Tom Brady, I'm going to say......a stretcher.
  13. Of course I realize that, but maybe i should clarify that I am referring to the staff the handle the NFL football aspect. It's a generalized statement regarding ESPN commentators and writers. There are many on this board that feel the same way regarding ESPN's staff as a whole that they in general have no idea what they are talking about, get facts completely wrong, and many times get players names wrong or can't name the right team they play for. I have seen countless ESPN opinions posted here that had absolutely no bases in fact. They are entitled to their opinions just as anyone is, but when your opinion is based on non facts you lose your credibility. So, that said.... for right or wrong, i stick by my generalized statement regarding ESPN. When it comes to reporting on the NFL, they are a bunch of bleeping morons.
  14. On #1. Yes, absolutely right, I arbitrarily made that number up, but only becaise it makes sense. on #2. Everyone on this board knows that ESPN is a joke. My deceased grandmother could power rank the teams better than ESPN. I am by no means an expert and It is your prerogative to believe ESPN if you wish. On this page however, most would probably say that you lose any credibility as a football fan to go by anything they have to say.
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