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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #90 on: October 11, 2007, 10:21 PM »
Thanks for the maps. A bit suprising that we here in Denver will get the NE/Dallas game instead of the Raiders/Chargers game. I'm not complaing though - at least I don't have to watch the Broncos stink it up again this week.  :-[

Why is that surprising?  Dallas is as close to Denver as the California teams.  Not to mention that Dal/NE is a battle of undefeated teams, so its being billed as the top game of the week.
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #91 on: October 12, 2007, 06:57 PM »

Why is that surprising?  Dallas is as close to Denver as the California teams.  Not to mention that Dal/NE is a battle of undefeated teams, so its being billed as the top game of the week.

Oh, not denying either of those facts. In years past in Denver, any AFC West game would have been on CBS automatically if the Broncos weren't, regardless of whether there was a much more antipicated matchup occuring elsewhere. I was suprised that CBS isn't giving us the Chargers/Raiders, since they are division foes.
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #92 on: October 15, 2007, 11:14 AM »
Two questions:

Is there anybody that can beat NE?

Is there anybody that can't beat the Bears?


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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #93 on: October 15, 2007, 12:56 PM »
Is there anybody that can beat NE?
  Apparently only injuries can beat the Pats.  Averaging 40 points a game and beating up everyone else on defense...no one is even coming close to beating them.

Is there anybody that can't beat the Bears?
Apparently the Cheifs and the Packers.  ;)
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #94 on: October 16, 2007, 05:53 PM »
A bit suprising that we here in Denver will get the NE/Dallas game instead of the Raiders/Chargers game. I'm not complaing though...

Yeah, you're lucky Matt.  Even all the (former) Raider fans here in L.A. were hoping to get the Dallas/NE game, and were pissed to get stuck with the same old Raider horse****.  At least LT finally played like himself again though, so that was fun to watch.

Almost as fun was watching the Adrian Peterson highlights.  Man, you MN guys might have something pretty special there.  If he's finally fully recovered from his injuries (especially the collarbone), that guy may be the next LT, and bring the Vikes back to national attention.  Speaking of which, watching Randy Moss blow up again this season has made me seriously sick to my stomach.  As I'm sure has already been pointed out earlier in this thread, his amazing performance this year so far has proven nothing more than what a huge QUITTER that guy is.  Granted, he's got one of the game's best QBs throwing to him now, but still, he could've should've been nearly as entertaining the last several years when he gave up on both the Vikings and Raiders.  What a waste of time that was in his career, as he's obviously now proven that he still very much had it in him during those pathetically unproductive and boring years.  I'd love to see that cost him a spot in the HOF someday.  This guy's an amazing talent, but doesn't deserve a spot in Canton due to his beng one of the worst sports and biggest quitters in the history of the game.

As for the Pats, yeah, they look insanely good this year - maybe the best they've ever been.  Can't wait for that 11/4 Sunday night matchup in Indy next month.  If anyone's gonna beat them, it would be the Colts at Indy.

Oh, and go Packers!!  Nice to see Beth Brett back (not last weekend though)...  :-X
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #95 on: October 17, 2007, 08:25 AM »
Common sense isn't so common

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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #96 on: October 22, 2007, 09:33 AM »
Two questions:

Is there anybody that can beat NE?

Is there anybody that can't beat the Bears?


Still no and add Philly.

How about that two minute TD run with no timeouts left?  Can you imagine Gross, man in that situation?

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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #97 on: October 22, 2007, 10:12 AM »
My Jets completely blow. On the more interesting side. Did anyone who watched the Jets game see the orange Stormtrooper in the stands?
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #98 on: October 22, 2007, 12:08 PM »
My Jets completely blow. On the more interesting side. Did anyone who watched the Jets game see the orange Stormtrooper in the stands?

Didn't get the game here, but if you get a picture of that, I would love to see it!

How about those poor poor Miami fans?  42 points against before half time?  Ouch.
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #99 on: October 22, 2007, 12:23 PM »
My Jets completely blow. On the more interesting side. Did anyone who watched the Jets game see the orange Stormtrooper in the stands?

I've seen that guy at all the Bengal games I've seen on TV.
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #100 on: October 23, 2007, 12:00 AM »
Steelers ate huge ammounts of **** sandwiches on Sunday.  They totally handed the game over by not doing jack on the o-line and falling apart defensively overall.  They definitely looked bad, and I hate bye weeks because it means we come back playing like ****.  The game was close, but it shouldn't have been, and we really just screwed up all on our very own.  ::)
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #101 on: October 23, 2007, 12:28 AM »
Steelers ate huge ammounts of **** sandwiches on Sunday.  They totally handed the game over by not doing jack on the o-line and falling apart defensively overall.  They definitely looked bad, and I hate bye weeks because it means we come back playing like ****.  The game was close, but it shouldn't have been, and we really just screwed up all on our very own.  ::)

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That was a really fun game to be at. As usual Stokley looked great. The D-Fense **** a brick again yesterday, though the increased pressure on the QB was nice to see. Overall though that game shouldn't have been so close. The Donkeys had a 14 point lead twice and blew it. It's a good thing Elam is on this year. All three wins have come on a walk-off field goal.

Yet another Bronco has gotten in trouble though. Brandon Marshall was pulled over on a suspected DUI last night. We really can't lose him after losing Walker for six weeks.
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #102 on: October 24, 2007, 01:16 PM »
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #103 on: October 24, 2007, 10:52 PM »
Once again Chad is the starter  ::)
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Re: NFL 2007-08
« Reply #104 on: October 24, 2007, 11:25 PM »
Once again Chad is the starter  ::)

He played pretty well last week, 200+ yards and 3 TDs.  I think the bigger problem than Chad is the fact that the Jets cannot stop the run, and the defense has regressed significantly.
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