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Iggs are officially last in the NFC. Don't worry Skins Boys or Giants, we don't plan on changing that anytime soon. You're welcome in advance for the free win.

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Dream Team lol

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Sad end to an era...As crazy as Reid drives you guys, he did turn the organization around all those years ago.

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Sad end to an era...As crazy as Reid drives you guys, he did turn the organization around all those years ago.

Certainly did. Turned us from a joke to a model franchise, yet sadly it seems we've come full circle

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We'll be back in a few years. Every team has its years but our time is up for now.

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Looks like for the next few years the East will be the Giants and the RG3's battling for 1st with the Cows and E's stumbling and bumbling around at the bottom...

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Looks like for the next few years the East will be the Giants and the RG3's battling for 1st with the Cows and E's stumbling and bumbling around at the bottom...

So things are back to the way they should be, cool. :thumbsup:

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Eli isn't getting any younger either. This could be the redskins big chance the next couple of years.

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Eli isn't getting any younger either. This could be the redskins big chance the next couple of years.

He's 31 and a QB..Peyton who missed a year is going strong at 36 I believe..Same deal with Brady...Eli's in the prime of his career...he's probably got about 5 or 6 peak years left along with the best GM in the game to re-load the roster..he's not in decline and isn't going anywhere...the race is on for SB #3..Eli vs Father Time...

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Eli is 31 and has tired arm. Any throws over 20 yards looks like a balloon slowly drifting through the air. To be a championship you need to be able to drive the ball down the field.

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He's 31 and a QB..Peyton who missed a year is going strong at 36 I believe..Same deal with Brady...Eli's in the prime of his career...he's probably got about 5 or 6 peak years left along with the best GM in the game to re-load the roster..he's not in decline and isn't going anywhere...the race is on for SB #3..Eli vs Father Time...

Hes in his prime but if i were a giants fan id be really concerned about his tired arm. Thats only going to get worse with age.

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Hes in his prime but if i were a giants fan id be really concerned about his tired arm. Thats only going to get worse with age.

:lol:

Are you really serious? They were the last team playing last year and he's been throwing virtually every day from July 28-ish through Thanksgiving week...He (and the team) needed a break...plus a tired/dead arm isn't serious...baseball pitchers go through it all the time..his throws looked better last week with more zip....it's a non issue...

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He's 31 and a QB..Peyton who missed a year is going strong at 36 I believe..Same deal with Brady...Eli's in the prime of his career...he's probably got about 5 or 6 peak years left along with the best GM in the game to re-load the roster..he's not in decline and isn't going anywhere...the race is on for SB #3..Eli vs Father Time...

18th in comp%, 9th in yards, 16th in TDs, 9th in INTs and his typical 1:1 TD:TO ratio.

That's an example of a player "in the prime of his career" :roll: and he'll be a heck of a lot closer to 33 when next season starts than 31 moron.

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18th in comp%, 9th in yards, 16th in TDs, 9th in INTs and his typical 1:1 TD:TO ratio.

That's an example of a player "in the prime of his career" :roll: and he'll be a heck of a lot closer to 33 when next season starts than 31 moron.

Hey..maybe the E's will be competitive sometime around your 60th birthday

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Hey..maybe the E's will be competitive sometime around your 60th birthday

And maybe they'll be great next year only time will tell, but for Christ's sake even a blind man could see Corky's skills are starting to erode and quickly (except of course for his ability to give the ball to the opposition as often as he puts it in the end zone). :nonono:

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And maybe they'll be great next year only time will tell, but for Christ's sake even a blind man could see Corky's skills are starting to erode and quickly (except of course for his ability to give the ball to the opposition as often as he puts it in the end zone). :nonono:

Hey if I was looking at about 3 years of last place finishes in the division, I'd hope the best QB in the division is starting to break down too!

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Hey if I was looking at about 3 years of last place finishes in the division, I'd hope the best QB in the division is starting to break down too!

Hope??? He's on pace to have one of the worst years of his entire career and has been flat out lousy for the overwhelming majority of the games.

It's as plain as the nose on your blind homer face, his arm is rapidly breaking down, the chuck and duck ain't working anymore and the only thing he does at the same pace as he did when he was supposedly "elite" :roll: is turn the ball over.

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Hope??? He's on pace to have one of the worst years of his entire career and has been flat out lousy for the overwhelming majority of the games.

It's as plain as the nose on your blind homer face, his arm is rapidly breaking down, the chuck and duck ain't working anymore and the only thing he does at the same pace as he did when he was supposedly "elite" :roll: is turn the ball over.

Again, if I was staring at 3 years or so of a major rebuild and the lousy football that comes with it, I'd be hoping the best player on the best team in the divison breaks down too...bottom line here is Manning isn't "breaking down" as you hope..he's having a bad year, but, coincidently so are his best weapons on the outside...wonder if that has anything to do with it? Arguing with you is a moot point anyway. He's going to the playoffs on a team that can win a Super Bowl (again). If that happens, he can throw 40 int's for all I care...

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Again, if I was staring at 3 years or so of a major rebuild and the lousy football that comes with it, I'd be hoping the best player on the best team in the divison breaks down too...bottom line here is Manning isn't "breaking down" as you hope..he's having a bad year, but, coincidently so are his best weapons on the outside...wonder if that has anything to do with it? Arguing with you is a moot point anyway. He's going to the playoffs on a team that can win a Super Bowl (again). If that happens, he can throw 40 int's for all I care...

No the 2 starters are playing up to their actual ability levels, he just made Cruz look much better than he really is last year, Nick's chronic leg/foot problems have totally taken their toll and the rest of the supposed "weapons" in the passing game blow.

Sorry, but I can see it every time he throws, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if after the season it's announced that he has a degenerative condition/structural damage to his shoulder that requires surgery and a long rehad with no guarantee of ever getting it back (ala Chad Pennington).

Iin fact I'd bet the jersey medical staff already knows it and has recommended that he be shut down now, but the FO/coaching staff overrode them and is going to completely burn it out in a desperate attempt to win the east in what is undeniably a down year for all 4 teams.

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No the 2 starters are playing up to their actual ability levels, he just made Cruz look much better than he really is last year, Nick's chronic leg/foot problems have totally taken their toll and the rest of the supposed "weapons" in the passing game blow.

Sorry, but I can see it every time he throws, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if after the season it's announced that he has a degenerative condition/structural damage to his shoulder that requires surgery and a long rehad with no guarantee of ever getting it back (ala Chad Pennington).

Iin fact I'd bet the jersey medical staff already knows it and has recommended that he be shut down now, but the FO/coaching staff overrode them and is going to completely burn it out in a desperate attempt to win the east in what is undeniably a down year for all 4 teams.

:fishing:

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FML is every thread going to turn into one of those INANE arguments??

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FML is every thread going to turn into one of those INANE arguments??

If JNC is involved? Yes.

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This teams a DYNASTY in the making... get your facts straight

The Lombardi Trophy is so close, I can almost touch it.

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Hall of Famer, what state do you practice medicine in?

Newbie, go to Metlife and see the three Lombardi's there. You can almost touch them thru the glass.

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