2013 NFL Week 13

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  1. Extra Point

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    He's being beaten but he's being beaten while being athletic.

    It's Wes Welker's fault. :madgrin:
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    Collinsworth is the second fastest NFL player in this 1982 Monday Night football related 100 yard sprint final. The insufferable Howard Cosell interviews each of the finalists in this beauty. Note how he slobbers over James Lofton.


    [video=youtube;9oTx6-jZBhM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oTx6-jZBhM[/video]​
     
  3. goyim

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    The fact that an NFL offense can get positive yards on an option play is proof that defenses have become objectively worse. Increasing athleticism my arse. What rule changes have occurred that have allowed this? None. 5 years ago you wouldn't even consider running such a play because it would get blown up behind the line of scrimmage instantly.
     
  4. bearclaw500

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    Giants score a touchdown and the camera repeatedly zooms in on the Redskins long snapper, Kyle Nelson (who was on the bench). They zoomed in on him 3 or 4 different times.
     
  5. Awake in America

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    I'd like for Collinsworth, or any announcer, to show us a quarterback option play that is not a "read" option. If there is no "read", there is no option. These guys are just idiots.
     
  6. GiovaniMarcon

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    Howard Cossell was, in my opinion, nothing more than a Black apologist and Cassius Clay jock sniffer. The way he called Jerry Quarry's fights against Joe Frazier, or Bugner's fights against Ali were pretty caste, too.

    He was a SUCKA.
     
  7. PHillisFan

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    Coughlin: No more carries for you hillis. Your ypc is higher than andre brown. The system cant have that.
     
  8. MetalHed

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    Brown - 13 carries for 31 yds so far..... WOW
     
  9. Riggins44

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    Hillis with 7.5 ypc, yet Coughlin still keeps shovelling the ball to Brown so he can get those 2 and 3 yard gains.
     
  10. davidholly

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    If the Redskins manage to tie this the Giants have only themselves to blame. Stop feeding the ball to Brown.
     
  11. Old Scratch

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    Take away Hillis's long carry he still went 4 for 18. His last carry was just pathetic and looked like sabotage, it was the most anemic running play I've ever seen.
     
  12. Jack Lambert

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    Speaking of Harrison, I have to give him a lot of credit; tonight before the Giants-Redskins game, he said "Just because Eric Decker is a bigger WR, don't let that fool you into thinking he's a possession WR. Eric Decker is an explosive, big play WR for the Broncos."
     
  13. Extra Point

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    So Griffin has led his team to a 3 and 9 record.
     
  14. MetalHed

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    So the Skins are mathematically eliminated from the playoffs....... Like they had a snowball's chance in hell anyway!
     
  15. Wes Woodhead

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    Sissy Collinsworthless is about to cry trying to make excuses for the Skins. I love it.

    Many of the people here in central Texas have switched from being Cowboys fans to Redskins fans. Just because Rg is from here, and went to Baylor. Its fun rubbing their noses in the failure of Rgscreen.
     
  16. Jack Lambert

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    Wow, Eli just gave some credit to Peyton Hillis in his post-game interview.
     
  17. northwinds

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    Saw that...... The female 'reporter' wanted to talk up Brown with his two TDs (and 2.5 ypc)...Peyton interjected that 'Peyton Hillis had a great game.....proud of Eli
     
  18. Westside

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    Even in 1982, uncle cris was spouting casteon bile. He compared himself in a derogatory way to Gerry Gooney(Cooney lost a competitive fight to Larry Holms in 82). As if he never had a chance or to be in the friggen race. Yeah, uncle cris a castophile through and through. Disgusting.

    On a postive note. It was great seeing Nolan Cromwell. Once of the best free safeties of the 80s.
     
  19. northwinds

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    RG3&9........LMAO
     
  20. Awake in America

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    After paying attention to their pass blocking/blitz pickup skills, my guess is that Eli would much rather have Hillis in the game.
     
  21. Westside

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    I missed that. What did he say about Hillis?
     
  22. Westside

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    Hillis had a solid game. 6 for 45 yards. A run of 27 yards. Not bad. He looked to be in better condition. Probably lost 10 to 15 lbs from his 1st game with Giants. Hopefully he can build of this performance and the Coaching staff sees this as well.
     
  23. seattlefan

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    yup. crackhead Coughlin is a fool for not putting Hillis in there on passing downs.
     
  24. Westside

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    Was watching NFL Game Day Final. All 3 of the affeletic broadcasters said that Foles if he continues his performance in the remaining games should be considered as the MVP. The lone non affeletic pale face broadcaster said..........no way, you kidding. This is what White players are up against. Our own peeps. Auugh.
     
  25. Leonardfan

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    Hillis played very well tonight - he could of easily gotten 100 yds if given 15-20 carries. Peyton is easily one of the best pass blocking RBs in the NFL today (Woodhead being the other standout RB that I can think of).

    Nice to see Smiff have another terrible game. Hopefully he is benched permanently and the Jets draft a white QB early. The Bills lost again and Manuel proved to be ever so mediocre once again. Glennon did not play that well today but is still much better and has actually proven he can play in the league.

    The Colts absolutely need to get Luck some targets - Abbrederis would be a great target for the Colts to draft.

    Scam and Krapernick continue there game managing ways. The Panthers are winning due to defense as are the 49ers but the beloved quotabacks are revolutionizing the games.

    The Pats are firing on all cylinders. Gronk is back and Edelman is on the cusp of a 1000k season. RG3 continues to stink which is great for our cause.

    Oh yea and I cannot forget to mention Eric Decker and his dominating performance. Tannehill continues to progress and has found his favorite target Hartline.
     

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