birdman#12

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  1. birdman#12

    Was Super Bowl LIII Fixed?

    Of course they were, they were the offseason signing champ......free agents, trades.....they were most active. But they have almost no quality depth, and that defense was way overrated and their season long stats proved it. Every year, there's that one team that goes 13-3 or 12-4 but they really aren't that tough. That's the rams. I bet they don't even make the playoffs next year.
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    Was Super Bowl LIII Fixed?

    With all the sh-- the NFL has stepped in lately, the idiotic anthem protests, the inconsistent personal conduct policy, the poor officiating, the ridiculous player protection penalties among other things, the last thing they need is to fix a super bowl.....and get caught. Sometimes a team gets to the super bowl who simply shouldn't have.......the rams were one of them. Not because of a missed call, but because they really aren't that good. I'd be surprised if they make the playoffs next year. And if any super bowl was fixed, sooner rather than later, somebody would talk or write a book about it and cash in.
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    Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs Patriots.

    Yes, they all have to deal with injuries. It's the number of injuries that alter a season. And Hunt wasn't hurt, he was suspended for personal conduct. And gurley being hurt is exactly why a RB by committee is a way better way to go. 4 versatile RBs who can do any number of things instead of one workhorse.
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    Sean McVay: I got out-coached

    Gurley was hurt? So what? With the amount of injuries the eagles have endured the last 2 years, I don't want to hear about teams dealing with injuries. Too f----- bad that the rams top RB was hurt. Try losing your top 3 RBs. The rams have ZERO quality depth.
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    Should the NFL go to a draft lottery?

    If the NBA wanted to reverse tanking, the draft order would be based on: Take the 14 worst teams in the league at the end of the season (lottery teams now) and reverse the order in which they finished. Take the first 5 teams and have a 5 team lottery. Then take the other 9 and have a lottery. No differences in number of ping pong balls. The worst 9 teams in the league still have a chance at a top 10 pick.
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    Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs Patriots.

    The only thing I took away from this game was that if the eagles didn't suffer a ridiculous amount of injuries this year, they would have repeated. I'm convinced. And that's a shame, because teams repeating doesn't happen too often. And this year, there's going to be a lot of personnel changes.
  7. birdman#12

    Jeff Fisher Sucks

    No, it's not being overstated.......McNair was a unique talent who may have been a HOF candidate had he played for a better coach. McNair had enormous talent to overcome fisher's considerable shortcomings. Fisher didn't develop Young........and Collins went to the pro bowl because 2-3 other QBs pulled out.....and he had been in the league for over 10 years, so he wasn't a guys still developing. Overstated?? No, don't understate how lousy Fisher was with QBs.....
  8. birdman#12

    Jeff Fisher Sucks

    I don't know about being the greatest, but McNair could have been alot more accomplished had he not played for that idiot Fisher. QB killer. That's what pisses me off the most when people talk about Foles time with the rams......Fisher has f----- up more QBs and their development than anybody I can think of.....I'll never know how the hell he was a head coach for so long.
  9. birdman#12

    Sean McVay: I got out-coached

    Just another confirmation that Pedersen has been overlooked by the media slobbering all over McVay. Pedersen SHOULD have won coach of the year last year, he's beaten McVay twice head to head in McVay home field, and sure as sh-- didn't get outcoached against belechick and brady in the super bowl. Pedersen, for 2 years, also had to overcome major injuries to major contributors. McVay, while he has done a nice job, has been way over hyped and is overrated. That "hi powered" offense sputtered all night.
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    Lawsuits field from Rams-Saints game seeding do-over

    If this ever was considered, I could see the rams file a lawsuit for any uncalled holding by the saints offensive line.......Geez, where would it stop?
  11. birdman#12

    Downside to this Playoff overtime format?

    My only change would be that both teams should get the ball on offense. If neither scores a TD, on first drive then it goes the full 15 minutes. I hate seeing sudden death playoff games decided on OT field goals.
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    Lawsuits field from Rams-Saints game seeding do-over

    The saints should watch the Eagles-Panthers NFCCG from 2003........I realize the rules were different back than, but talk about non-calls that cost a super bowl appearance. Sorry, ZERO sympathy for the big mouth saints.......they should talk less and win something first.......
  13. birdman#12

    Lawsuits field from Rams-Saints game seeding do-over

    How many non-calls happened in that game? How many offensive holds were overlooked? Nobody like to see a play like that.....but the last thing I want done is to have it reviewed. What makes one non-call more important than the others? How about calls that were made that were wrong? Like the roughing the QB called on the chiefs? The DT didn't hit brady, but the guy in the booth said that maybe the refs angle was off....that means he didn't actually see what happened but made the call anyway. That costs the chiefs. Do we really want these guys going over to the review booth every other play??
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    Should teams be able to challenge penalties or non calls?

    No....penalties and non-calls shouldn't be reviewed......I don't want everything decided on a review, unless they give coaches 6 reviews per game, 3 per half, just like timeouts. And eliminate the "booth review" under 2 minutes. If coaches burn up challenges then it may cost them later in the game. I don't want a "ref in sky" calling down on the field.......there are penalties on almost every play......how the hell can he determine when to call down? With that being said, I think the NFL needs to do a few things to reduce these kind of controversies. First, start off with having full time refs and train, train, train. The game may be getting too fast for these guys to recognize what they're seeing if they don't train all week. Second, stop trying to make the game ALL ABOUT OFFENSE. Eliminate some of these ridiculous ticky tack defensive penalties like illegal contact. or change the yardage penalized. When it's 3rd and 25 and somebody bumps a receiver, it's an automatic first down. Make it half the distance to a first down and replay the down, 2nd offense and it's a first down. The NFL should also do a complete review and updating of the rule book.
  15. birdman#12

    Time for the Rams to right a wrong

    Rams are phonies.......I can't believe I'm saying this but I want the patriots to kick the sh-- out of them.