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  1. delphil

    OBJ in a video with pizza, a blunt and cocaine

    so stupid - unbelievable talent
  2. delphil

    What Pats fans are saying as their dynasty crumbles

    exactly im hearing this on the sports radio too. i challenge any other team to even make the SB with their backup qb
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    Week 17 Schedule

    sorry if this has been noted before https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/news/early-lead/wp/2017/12/25/in-reworking-week-17-schedule-nfl-wont-have-sunday-night-game/ A higher than normal level of uncertainty surrounding so many teams’ playoff positioning moved the NFL to make a rather unusual scheduling decision. For the first time since 1977, the league’s regular season slate will not end with a prime-time game. Per a Christmas Eve announcement from the league office, there will be no Sunday night game in Week 17, a decision made to ensure that all games with postseason implications that could have an effect on one another are played at the same times. Said NFL senior vice president of broadcasting Howard Katz in the announcement: "We felt that both from a competitive standpoint and from a fan perspective, the most fair thing to do is to schedule all Week 17 games in either the 1 p.m. or 4:25 p.m. ET windows. This ensures that we do not have a matchup on ‘Sunday Night Football’ on New Year’s Eve that because of earlier results has no playoff implications for one or both of the competing teams.” Left unsaid is the fact that a game played at night on New Year’s Eve probably won’t draw well from a television ratings perspective. But it’s tough to argue that, for example, flexing both NFC South games to the 4:25 p.m Eastern time window won’t make for a compelling few hours. The New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers are all in flux regarding their positioning for the playoffs (with the Falcons not even guaranteed to make it). Three AFC games with potential ramifications — Cincinnati at Baltimore, Buffalo at Miami and Jacksonville at Tennessee — were also moved to that late time slot, joining the Los Angeles Chargers-Oakland Raiders contest, which could send L.A. to the playoffs with a win and some help. The complete list of playoff scenarios for Week 17 is below.
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    Anone see the Packers taking care of the Vikings?

    No but WTF was Uscg-Green's response about ?
  5. Last week, the Eagles game, the Pats-Steelers game, the Cowboys-Raiders, remember the MNF game Saints -Falcons. Such dramatic endings and with very different plot twists. For the Eagles it was 4 downs in the red zone or close, for the Pats game it was "not a catch" and Roth - pulling the same exact play Russell tried in the SB- a fg would have tied the game, for Cowboys the famous index card and Carr fumbling in the end zone, for Saints-Falcons a series of issues such as Freeman (was it him) fumbling very close to the end. I know Ive seen basketball, hockey, baseball and my other favorite other sport with some crazy endings but nothing like football. I was wondering if y'all agree and what is it about football that makes it have these exciting endings.
  6. delphil

    Gmen hire McAdoo as head coach

    last year he was talked about but not this year - wonder why
  7. delphil

    Gmen hire McAdoo as head coach

    clearly. agree with you. waiting for playoffs
  8. delphil

    Gmen hire McAdoo as head coach

    Congrats. Very good hire, Giants fans.
  9. delphil

    Rolling R-word's (Trademark Pending) updates..

    Washington keeps Niles Paul with a three-year deal Posted by Darin Gantt on March 6, 2015, 12:10 PM EST Getty Images With a flurry of deals starting to happen today, Washington’s getting in on the act. PFT has confirmed that tight end Niles Paulis staying in the nation’s capital. It’s a three-year deal with a maximum value of just under $10 million. Paul didn’t do much of anything his first three seasons, but emerged with 39 catches for 507 yards and a touchdown last year, and could have a bigger role moving forward. The former wide receiver is a good option anyway, as Jordan Reed hasn’t proven himself the most durable of tight ends. also this
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    Rolling R-word's (Trademark Pending) updates..

    great article, including this
  11. delphil

    Houston Eagles fans?

    thanks would love to but sundays are hard for me to drive to houston and back. still will come one of these days
  12. delphil

    Houston Eagles fans?

    anyone know if they are showing the Eagles game in the Houston area. It doesnt look like from the map on gribblenation but Im not too sure