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  1. 3 hours ago, Pine Barrens Mafia said:

     

    That's nuts. Purdy doesn't have the physical gifts to overcome a lack of talent around him. Mediocre arm strength, not great size.

     

     

     

    You're just making stuff up at this point.  Yes, Purdy isn't 6'5" 240, but he is 6'1" and 220.  Again, not many are like Allen.  Not everyone has a rocket arm.  And that's ok.  Plenty of top tier QBs didn't have elite arm strength.  Plus, Shanahan's offense doesn't ask a quarterback to throw down field non stop.  He asks for more timing, crossing routes, which Purdy is excellent at.  

     

    Purdy is a bit of a system QB, but to act like ANY QB can be a system QB is insane.  Lance was garage in the offense. Garrapolo wasn't much better.  Suddenly, Purdy comes in and the offense takes off but has nothing to do with him?

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  2. 2 hours ago, Pine Barrens Mafia said:

    Cool, let's see him do that on a team like, say, the Jets.

     

    The man is the beneficiary of the most talented offense in the league, a HOF RB, and a coach that made Matt Ryan look like a football god

     

     

    That's not fair though.  Josh Allen wouldn't look like Josh Allen on the Jets either.  He'd still be very good, but he wouldn't be as good as he is now.  

     

    Purdy definitely benefits from a good offense, but he himself is very good too.

  3. 3 hours ago, Westside said:

    You would know what that looks like since you lie and give false information all the time. You’re such a hypocrite!

     

    Show me 1 example.  Give me a post of me lying and giving false info.  I generally post here once a week or so. I hadn't posted in the political portion in several weeks until recently because it's the same 10 people spewing political nonsense all the time.  People here are so divided over the stupidest of reasons, they literally just make stuff up at will and post it as fact.  

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  4. 1 minute ago, All_Pro_Bills said:

    The fact you believe these examples are representative of the majority of traditional American moderates provides an insight into your irrational thinking. 

     

    You do realize that people saying that "In the eyes of the American left idiot class anyone politically to the right of Lenin and Mao are right wing extremists.  MAGA is a term they use to describe what used to be called Moderates." is the exact same irrational thinking, right?  MOST left leaning people AREN'T extremists.  The extremists tend to be the loudest, and that's on both sides of the aisle. 

     

    Most Americans fall somewhere in the middle.  They tend to lean a little right or left, but overall are more centered.  I lean a little left on social issues, but not to the extreme as to support the totally absurd lengths that some go to.  I tend to lean right on financial issues, even if the "right" politically in this country doesn't lean right in that regard anymore.

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  5. 4 hours ago, UKBillFan said:

     

    Huntley ran the Ravens offense at the end of last year and was a fumble away from winning the wild card game.

     

    Huntley had a QBR of 42 last year. He did play decent in the playoff game, but also had 2 turnovers,  1 of which was returned for a TD. My point was,  if he starts 17 games,  the Ravens are likely 5-12ish. He averaged 131 yards passing in 5 regular season games in 2022. 

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  6. 11 minutes ago, RiotAct said:

    yeah anyone with half a brain can see that Josh is more valuable to Buffalo than Lamar is to the Ravens.

     

    I don't know how anyone can say this with any kind of certainty.  Without Allen, the Bills don't win many games.  Without Jackson, the Ravens don't win many games.  The Ravens offense isn't that great.  Dobbins was out.  Their WR are very iffy.  Andrews at TE is great, but he's hurt a lot.  So a lot falls on Jackson' shoulders, just like Allen in Buffalo.  

     

    I'm not disagreeing that Allen is worthy, but every fan thinks "their" guy is the most important guy in the league.

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  7. On 1/22/2024 at 4:42 PM, Willyville Guy said:

    Love to see it lol 

     

    Stroud beat by a Harbaugh for the 3rd year in a row!  Can't beat them on the field, apparently pay to try to beat them?

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  8. 2 minutes ago, Riverboat Ritchie said:

    Up until the Josh stunt, I didn’t mind Mahomes. Clearly he is ultra talented but a total POS like his brother. Kicking tuckers stuff before game another classless example of who he really is. 

     

    Tucker was 60 yards from where the NFL designates they be.  That's on him.  Mahomes apologized after the situation with Allen. At least admitted he was wrong.  

  9. Yeah, it'll be Sherrone Moore.  Players love him, least amount of attrition, and the culture stays.  He's been there 6 or 7 years in come capacity.  The bigger thing will be if Minter goes with Harbaugh, which he probably will.  It'll be replacing both coordinators and any other position coaches who leave.

  10. 22 hours ago, B-Man said:

     

     

    Ukrainian-born Japanese woman sparks debate after being crowned Miss Japan

    Carolina Shiino, whose both parents were Ukrainian, arrived in Japan at age of five

     

     

     

    A lot of the woke crap I don't agree with at all.  This is one don't really understand the uproar.  She's lived in Japan most of her life.  She speaks Japanese.  She seems to be immersed in Japanese culture.  She's a Japanese citizen.  Japan is more closed off to immigrants than most countries, but it's not like this woman showed up and won the next week.  

     

    Now, if it's politically driven because she was born in Ukraine, that's not right either, but I didn't see anything suggesting that.

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  11. 29 minutes ago, Simon said:

     

    "Led them" to a Super Bowl is inaccurate, imo.

    That was one of the most talent-loaded teams in the last decade and the majority of their success was a result of the work of Greg Roman and Vic Fangio.

    The instant that talent began to thin out and Harbaugh could only get them to 8-8, they got him out of their organization as fast as they possibly could.

    I think it's only a matter of time before this blows up in the Chargers' face.

     

    Before Harbaugh, the 49ers hadn't made the playoffs in 8 years, and they were 39-73 the previous 7 season combined. So no, they weren't "loaded" when he got there.  Roman and Fangio came with him from Stanford, so how is it their work?

     

    He took a 1-11 Stanford and turned them around when USC was at the top of college football, to the point he was beating them head to head.  

  12. 1 hour ago, AlCowlingsTaxiService said:

    Ravens could definitely be a playoff team with Tyler Huntley under center … that alone takes him (LJ) out of MVP consideration. 

     

    Have you ever actually watched Huntley play? He's below average at best.  He plays the whole season,  Baltimore is below .500.

    46 minutes ago, mykidsdad said:

    Josh winning both would be the righteous choice. No player means more to their team or city. 

     

    That statement is entirely subjective, and the "city" has no bearing on the selection. 

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  13. 2 hours ago, GunnerBill said:

     

    No you didn't. Other than Kyle Pitts he is the only tight end I have ever had a first round grade on. The only thing holding Njoku back has been staying healthy. He is a beast.

     

    Njoku still drops passes. Much better than he used to be.  He also used to be a terrible blocker, but he is actually a very good blocker now.  He really improved over the last year or 2.

  14. Multiple reports are that his contract made him the successor,  and that to avoid Rooney Rule, it means that the succession was put into writing at least before this season started.  Basically means this was the plan all along.  

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  15. 2 minutes ago, Captain_Quint said:

    I think we ran it 4 times last night and got a first each time.

     

    And the league has already said they are addressing it in the offseason, so it's as good as gone once the playoffs end. 

     

    They didn't get it once, on 3rd down.  I believe they ran it again and got it on 4th though.

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