2019 NFL Divisional Playoffs

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  1. Liverlips

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    I counted 7 white starters for both teams. Of course, would rather have Luck win than Mahomes.
     
  2. Old Scratch

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    These idiot black Colts are celebrating a sack when they're down 17 points. This is after they got a penalty earlier for a bonehead celebration.
     
  3. Old Scratch

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    Despite how bad the Colts had played on both sides of the ball, if Vinatieri hadn't have missed a chip shot FG and an extra point they'd be only 1 TD behind with 6 minutes to go.
     
  4. wile

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    Looks like Andrew not getting the ball off in under 3 seconds, I'll put most of it on play calling
     
  5. Riggins44

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    At least one good takeaway from this game is that KC is vulnerable at home.
     
  6. Upside

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    Wasting no time seeking out every obscure stat they can find to make Dak appear better than he is...

    The guy is barely top 20...
     
  7. Old Scratch

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    I feel like the NFL is going to try as hard as possible for a Dak vs Mahomes SB.
     
  8. wile

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    Sean Lee sighting
     
  9. Upside

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    I feel like a smart coach should be able to figure out how to get both Lee and Vander Esch on the field...
     
  10. Upside

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    Great image... black coach screaming at the White linebackers...

    That image will be replayed over and over this week.. hell, I bet they play it a few more times tonight...
     
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    Yeah, Sean Lee and Vander Esch, portrayed as the two weak links on the Dallas defense when they're the two best players on it, what a joke. I'm surprised Jeff Heath wasn't ordered to go sit with them to make the agitprop complete.

    Speaking of Heath, Aikman just made a dumb comparison of Heath to Bill Bates. It seems that as Troy has become noticeably jollier this season he's also become noticeably cuckier.
     
  13. Upside

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    I remember earlier this season Aikman was very complimentary towards Heath on a few occasions. Strange he compares him to some special teams player... Heath arguably should have made the pro bowl this year as a SAFETY, not some special teamer...
     
  14. Liverlips

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    Rams would be much easier to cheer for if the had at least one white starter on defense.
     
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    I think if it all came down to it, I prefer a team that at least has a solid, White quarterback over one that has a Black douche like Cam Newton, even if it meant fewer roster Whites overall. So in that case I prefer the Rams and Goff and at the same time hope the Cowboys' Whites (Beesley, VDE, Lee, etc.) do well. If Brady can't get another ring I hope Foles gets it.
     
  16. Upside

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    Whatever happened to Longacre? Had 5 sacks last year, thought he'd earned a starting job, but I don't remember seeing him much this year...
     
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    Longacre started at the beginning of the year but was demoted as the season went on, to the point that he was a healthy scratch for some games. Don't know if he's active for this one or not but I haven't noticed him on the field.
     
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    I call this Rams vs Cowboys a push. I want the Rams but if the Boys get it, so be it. The Boys have a bunch of white stars. Dak as a person is cool dude.
     
  19. Upside

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    Yeah just looked it up. They brought in that dummy Fowler and Longacre has been a healthy scratch for the most part..

    Speak of the devil, Longacre is in the game...
     
  20. FootballDad

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    I like Goff and Higbee, but the rest of the Rams team is atrocious from a CF perspective. Not to mention they have psycho DonkeyKong Su on the D-line. Not a big Dak fan, he's just not that good, but overall the Cowboys are slightly less revolting.
     
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    The Rams do start four overachievers on the o-line, and it's one of the best lines in the league. Add a healthy Kupp to Higbee and Goff and it's one of my favorite offenses to root for.
     
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    It seemed like the officials heavily favored KC over Indy. A lot of bogus calls in that game . The thought of Sideshow Mahomes going to the SB makes me want to vomit. Part of me hopes the Chargers advance so Bosa and Imgram get their hands on that freak.
     
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    Hopefully it'll end up Patriots-Chiefs in the AFC and Rams-Saints in the NFC.

    I want to see Drew Brees knock off the defending champs and their paltry four White starters tomorrow, and Tom Brady, Edelman, Hogan, Gronk and the New England offense beat the Chargers, though I also wouldn't mind seeing the great Philip Rivers win a Super Bowl.
     
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    I guess Goff is the man we can pull for at this point. Too bad Kupp was injured. Looking forward to the GOAT displaying his dominance tomorrow.
     
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    It had nothing to do with the refs. The Colts simply got outplayed. They were 0-9 on 3rd down, Luck didn’t have his A game and the Colts defense couldn’t stop Kelce and Hill. And despite that, if Vinateri makes the FG at the end of the first half and the missed PAT, it’s 24-17 with about 5 min to go.

    The Chiefs managed not to pull off their customary playoff choke job, but they didn’t exactly dominate. Still, they should be favored against whom ever they play next week. NE’s coal black defense is a major weakness and we saw what Jackson did in a short period of time in the 4th quarter against the Chargers, almost brought them back.

    Hopefully we will get a NE-NO Super Bowl.
     

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