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    Key Play in Loss to Miami

    If he doesn't drop the ball the Eagles win the game. But, he did...
  2. Dave, How does a guy like Mack Hollins end up being so bad? Is it lack of effort? Was he in the wrong system? Was the game too fast for him? Do the Eagles greatly undervalue lateral quickness? Could he never mentally get past the injuries? I’m not trying to kick the guy while he’s down. I just don’t understand how it could have gone so spectacularly wrong.
  3. Dave, How does a guy like Mack Hollins end up being so bad? Is it lack of effort? Was he in the wrong system? Was the game too fast for him? Do the Eagles greatly undervalued lateral quickness? Could he never mentally get past the injuries? I’m not trying to kick the guy while he’s down. I just don’t understand how it could have gone so spectacularly wrong.
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    Ex NFL players as Announcers and Media analysts.

    - Tony Romo teaches me something every game. - Ronde Barber is probably the worst. Whether it be rules discussions or situational analysis, he is almost always wrong. - Darryl Johnston is almost as bad as Barber. - 🔥 Hot Takes - I enjoy listening to both Joe Buck and Chris Collinsworth. - You need to hear Brent Musberger cut a "Manscaped” promo. It’s surreal.
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    Are the Cowpukes going undefeated?

    This is the gift that keeps on giving.
  6. I wonder how many players have been illegally betting on games throughout the years.
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    The Bills made Jerry cry

    If you take out the Cowboy factor, it’s actually good to hear that people care.
  8. You posed the argument in terms that are MUCH more clear. This is stated perfectly. It's been almost two years and I still can't believe how he single-handedly gave away the Georgia game. The man ended the game and overtime by playing for field goals with the Heisman Trophy winner and one of the worst defenses in the history of big-time college football.
  9. There are rumors that Dallas will hire Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley next season. PLEASE HIRE LINCOLN RILEY! He has consistently coached his team out of big games by playing "not to lose." That's exactly who you want on the opposing sideline. His gift seems to be developing young talent. That isn't as important in the NFL.
  10. They are trying to follow the NBA model that made the franchises almost 10x more valuable in 10 years time. The NFL’s experiment is failing miserably, though, for the reasons you stated.
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    The Hypocrisy of Kaepernick in 4 Stories

    How is he a fraud?!?!?!?!?!? Didn’t you follow what happened this week? OP: You can go ahead and change the thread title to "FIVE Stories of Kaepernick Being a Hypocrite.”
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    The Hypocrisy of Kaepernick in 4 Stories

    The NFL called his bluff. He changed the rules. The NFL called his bluff again. He changed the rules. The NFL called his bluff AGAIN. He folded. 🤡 Mike Florio must feel like a fool right now.
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    Myles Garrett Assault Needs Its Own Thread

    I just watched it again. My initial analysis is still correct. Can we get back to the point of the post?
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    Myles Garrett Assault Needs Its Own Thread

    I was trying to be completely objective in the first post. Honestly, it looked to me like they took each other down. Garrett got the best of him at the end, but I think part of the reason for the assault was his inability to punk a quarterback.
  15. For those who didn’t see the end of the TNF game, here is what happened: 15 seconds left in the game. Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph were kind of wrestling on the ground well after Rudolph released the football. Markice Pouncey and another linemen (DeCastro) separated the two. As they were getting up, Garrett took off Rudolph’s helmet, swung the helmet as hard as he could at Rudolph, and hit him in the top of the head with it (mostly with the padding, but some of the hard part must have connected). Rudolph’s neck compressed at contact. The two Steelers linemen then protected their quarterback. Pouncey punched Garrett a few times on the ground, then eventually got a few (not vicious) kicks in. Not much damage was done, but Garrett is probably lucky his helmet stayed on. During the ensuing scrum Browns linemen Larry Ogunjobi shoved Rudolph to the ground from behind. This was Rudolph’s second game back from a nasty concussion.