2010 Week 12

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  1. celt14

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    Some show on espn was on this afternoon which I was listening to. It sounded like that Merril Hoge guy who just said numerous tmes. "I just have to say it, Peyton Hillis is Americas running back". Went to commercial then when it came back it he said the samething and a couple other compliments. Not sure who but sounded like Merril Hoge. Pretty cool. After sportscenter and other shows I listen to (background noise most of the time lol) ignored him yet again.

    Also on the show sports nation both the Colin Guy and the lady (not sure of name) both praised him. The lady said 40 is her new favorite number. They thenhad one of their questions they asked "sportsnation" which was if Hillis was the toughest running back in the league which came out to 73% yes! [​IMG]
     
  2. foobar75

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    Tonight's game is basically an unwatchable black-fest. I tuned in about 3 times, for 5 minutes or so at a time, just to see what the heck was going on. I could barely see any white players on either side of the ball for these two teams. It was just a lot of sloppy, boring play between two garbage teams in this "prime-time" game.

    I'm very glad to see Arizone struggle this season, and as long their roster make-up stays this way, I predict they'll continue to suffer. Also, with all due respect, Derek Anderson is a pretty bad QB, no question about it. This should make everyone appreciate future HOF'er Kurt Warner for what he was able to do there during the last 3 seasons. The downgrade has been quite dramatic after his retirement.

    The only relatively white-friendly team in the NFC Worst is St Louis, and I'll be rooting for them to win the division.
     
  3. Deadlift

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    So sad.. one PeeWee team humiliating the other! [​IMG]

    Did Gruden really say that Josh Freeman "looks like a young Ben Roethlisberger?" I do expect Tampa to draft an A.J. Green, Alshon Jeffery or Julio Jones.. but Freeman won't be able to "consistently" throw the long ball. Watch Jordy Nelson's K-State highlites.. Nelson had to make "serious" adjustments to catch so many of those balls.

    Freeman isn't going to become a Big Ben or Philip Rivers. Yes, Freeman is willing to throw downfield (he has a "gunslinger" mentality), and if the coaches take him off of the "leash" -- expect a good number of INTs. After Jordy Nelson left K-State, Freeman returned for his Junior season and threw a significant number of picks, but was still selected in the 1st Round...


    P.S. -- Good God, the "NFL" seriously needs A LOT more White Men! Arizona's "big black guys" on the O-line and (1st Rounder) Dan Williams on the D-line were as soft as a rabbit's fur. Dan will never be mistaken for Kyle (of Buffalo)... You don't send boys to do a man's job.

    The talking-heads were also looking forward to the "real" game next Monday! The NFL got EXPOSED yet again!
     
  4. Deadlift

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    On "SportsNation" -- they also showed the Minnesota defender crush the Washington player -- and it WAS Chad Greenway!! I'm glad I now know!
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    That sums it up well. The Cardinals were an absolute disgrace on both sides of the ball,weren't even trying on defense. Maybe they wanted Troy Smiff to look like the "great natural leader" all black QBs are acclaimed to be. Millionaires playing like unmotivated, unqualified bums.

    But I'll bet the Cardinals had a great pre-game ceremony, where they gather round on the field and get psyched and follow the verbal cues of whoever was leading their Zulu chant. The NFL Network has a peculiar love for these rituals, as they are good for trying to convince the DWFs that these are highly motivated warriors who give their all every play, a lie that's exposed as soon as the opening kickoff takes place.
     
  6. FootballDad

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    I noted on a DWF board that the high school championship games that I watched over the weekend were played with far better fundamentals, and much better precision that these "elite athletes" were able to muster. And we're supposed to believe that they are the "best of the best"? Please.
     

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