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Discussion in 'NFL' started by Don Wassall, Jan 2, 2022.
Kupps record breaking catch.
Titians show that the Dolphins were pretenders and that win streak was mostly against trash. Tannehill with touchdowns to both Swaim and Firkser.
Unreal! The Jets could have kicked a FG to go up by 7. Saleh's coaching blunder cost the game. Looking forward to the Antonio Brown fallout.
Brady's arm looks great too in week 17. I hope he's back next year along with Rodgers.
What a catch and what an athlete! You need to see this one by
I guess they called him down!! Didn’t look like he was touched
Remember when the "experts" all said the Titans season was done and Tannehill would be exposed with Derrick Henry lost due to injury . Great to see Tannehill again prove the experts wrong especially against the franchise that wrote him off.
Looks like the Bengals are going to take down KC, but Burrow may be injured
Nice choke job by KC, Mahomes and Fat bastard!
lmao Tom Iron rule strikes again. Brown is a mental midget.
Wilson is definitely playing much better, much to the chagrin of the usual suspects who had already written him off. This happens over and over, because the anti-Whites will never change. And Berrios is one of the great stories of this season. It took the usual array of injuries and "Covid" victims, but that's what it usually takes for overachievers to get their opportunity.
Yes, and overcoming 3 TO's to do it. Should've been an easier win.
I didn't see it when it happened, but Tampa has bent over backwards to accommodate him when he could easily have been out of the league. He should finally be done now for good, but hey he still has some "upside" left
He was talking to the coach right before the FG. I think he was saying he's fine. He's taken a few shots to that bad knee this year and come back. He may need another surgery at the end of the year. He'll be having issues with that for that rest of his life.
Yeah just like the announcer said , he didn’t touch him - Renfrow tripped after the catch, got up and scored. I posit that if he are black, the touchdown would have stood.
How the Texans are just running Burkhead into the gut, no creativity. They know Rex is a stud but they need to play and let the game come to them.
The 49ers - Texans broadcast is basically propaganda for hyping up Trey Lance.
Hopefully it's nothing major. He's pretty amazing - cool, calm demeanor, uncanny accuracy and a killer instinct.
He’s getting a lotta love in the comments of that tweet. Good to see.
Somewhere up there Dick Vermeil is bawling his eyes out.
During the Fox postgame show, Curt Menefee and Mike Strahan kept mentioning that the Brown story was the biggest of the week. They were highly critical. Meanwhile, ol’ cuckhold clown Terry Bradshaw was visibly uncomfortable and seemed to want to talk about something else. He said something to the degree of “we don’t know what happened” and “as soon as we do we’ll report on it”. Ummm, Terry we all saw what happened. It was aired on video for all to see. Sure we don’t know what was said that triggered the TNB for Brown but why should that matter? What a fool.
Credit to Moose Johnston, who during the actual broadcast, was ripping Brown and said what needs to be done now was easy. He sounded noticeably upset and almost went on a rant. The play by play guy had to sort of “soften the blow” but wasn’t nearly as pathetic as Bradshaw.
Bucs/Jets was a really fun game. Surprisingly competitive, with good performances from Brady, Gronkowski, Wilson, and Berrios.
Antonio Brown ended his career in fitting fashion. He didn't even contribute much to the Bucs with all the games missed due to injuries and suspension the last two years. The cuckery of Arians and Brady was a laughable failure in this case.
You’re right. That should have been a TD! Great pass and catch though.
Ironically, we're probably rooting for the Cardinals to beat the Cowboys this week, so that the Rams actually have something to play for next week. Can't have them sitting Stafford and Kupp.
Did anyone else catch that graphic in the Cardinals/Cowboys game where they were comparing the Cardinals first 7 games vs their last 8 games? On the left side of the graphic they had a smiling Kyler Murray next to the Cardinals' 7-0 record and a bunch of other positive stats. On the "bad" side of the graphic they put a dejected looking Kliff Kingsbury next to their 3-5 record and a bunch of other negative stats. Subliminal messaging?