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  1. He'll also be getting hip transplants by the time he reaches 50.
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    AFC Divisional: Titans @ Ravens

    Wentz is not a running quarterback. If protection breaks down, and he doesn't have a choice he'll reluctantly run like a gazelle with a broken leg. His eyes are always going downfield looking to dump it off, and that's good for his long-term future. He's just had a couple freak injuries that remind me a lot of Aaron Rodgers in style, and injuries. Lamar is crazy all over the place, and it can't last. As I said in an earlier post what happened to the ravens reminded me of the Eagles under Randall Cunningham when he was a one-man team "the ultimate weapon" that was so dominant in the regular-season, and would just go away in the playoffs. It takes a team effort in the playoffs not a Superman QB. Wilson is not like Lamar. His eyes are always going downfield as well, and he'll run around more behind the line of scrimmage waiting for someone to get open or he can get a clear throwing lane. He short, sees everyone, and is built low to the ground so he avoids hits. Wilson rarely takes big hits like Wentz does.
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    AFC Divisional: Titans @ Ravens

    Watching the ravens last night gave me flashbacks of the Philadelphia Eagles under Randall Cunningham. In the playoffs 1 man teams always seem to fail. The ravens fans just like Eagles fans will be back next year saying this is our year for sure, and then 1 and done in the playoffs rinse repeat. If they're going to be a successful team they need to harness Jackson's talent, and involve the team more in that offense.
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    Dallas Cowboys 2020

    McCarthy is a solid hire if he can duplicate that fire he had when he was a young coach. He's obviously going to run our offense, and might pick a coach or 2 from our staff, although I don't know who, ours don't have much to be desired.
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    Patriots at it again

    I wish the team I root for did their due diligence to the extent the patriots do. There's a reason they are the best of the best over the last decade.
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    The Hypocrisy of Kaepernick in 4 Stories

    It's been about a week since Mr. Kaepernick has been out of the spotlight you would think he would be kicking back giving thanks to all the gifts bestowed on him over his lifetime during Thanksgiving, but no, he was busy cementing his hold on most obnoxious anti-American by blasting the USA for Stealing from ‘Indigenous People’ at ‘Unthanksgiving Day’ Ceremony. Even the prison population, and terrorists that tend to be his staunchest supporters have to be getting tired of this mental midget.
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    The Hypocrisy of Kaepernick in 4 Stories

    He went 1 and 10… I don't think many NFL teams aspire to lose every game but one. His entire career he only had 2 winning seasons.
  8. Watching the cartel drive through the streets of Mexico in a pickup with a heavy machine gun, and face no repercussions, should keep the NFL out of Mexico, at least I would hope.
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    Myles Garrett Assault Needs Its Own Thread

    Speaking as a white guy do you really think Rudolph would say something like that in a league that's mostly black, and with black teammates all physically defending you right next to you? Not even a drunk Riley Cooper would have done that. His own teammates would have heard it. I understand Garrett's career is at stake, and accusing Rudolph of a racial slur might make Garrett a more sympathetic figure especially in this atmosphere, but there's going to far and playing a race card is too far. I would've preferred he accused Rudolph of something else like grabbing his nuts or something.
  10. Doesn't much matter to us we lose half of our skill position players by game 3 anyway.
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    The Hypocrisy of Kaepernick in 4 Stories

    Which he was the most important cog in. It was no surprise the team steadily became better with his absence.
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    The Hypocrisy of Kaepernick in 4 Stories

    He acts like he's a commodity. The fact is in his last year before he was released his record was 1 win and 10 losses. For a quarterback that so good that's pretty abysmal. His last 3 years he won a whopping 12 games, and lost 24 while being benched, and hurt for another 12. That's not really NFL material.
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    The Hypocrisy of Kaepernick in 4 Stories

    Kaepernick only resonates with the hate law enforcement crowd. I don't think the Pro football crowd ever particularly cared for him. I don't believe for a minute he knelt during the national anthem to bring attention to any cause other than the attention he can bring to himself, and disgrace he can bring to his club for benching him.
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    Week 10: Vikings @ Cowboys

    Do you notice when he gets open it's often by a mile? Teams have to roll their coverage towards him, and that opens things up for the Cobbs and the lesser talented players. What's happening is what the Eagles FO thought Jackson would do for the Eagles. The Cowboys offense before, and after Cooper statistic they put up was like night and day. I'd love to see Carson Wentz in that Dallas offense not that Prescott has been anything other than darn near flawless in it.
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    Week 10: Vikings @ Cowboys

    I can't get over how good Cooper is with Prescott. Seriously the guy took Prescott from average, to a damn good QB in the same fashion TO made McNabb better. I hope Roseman was watching last night's game he is definitely what the Eagles offense needs.. Dallas's is on the prefaces of being a really good team.