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Procus last won the day on October 27 2015

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  1. AND, Chiefs fire John Dorsey. I guess that means Andy will be running the whole show over there the way he did here.
  2. After the Chiefs signed JMac as a FA, the NFL fined them and docked them 2 draft picks. I wonder if JMac's actions or words had anything to do with that, and in turn, his subsequent release.
  3. The fly in the ointment is that the NFCE was much weaker back then. Yes, a Jim Fassel coached Giant team backed into the SB that year, but overall, the division was weaker and there for the taking. Much more competitive now.
  4. I wonder if Jason Peters has had a chat with Sidney Jones about that Achilles injury. If Peters proved anything, it's that a player can come back strong.
  5. It takes a sharp mind to pick up those finer points. Touche my friend!
  6. Hard to articulate in words exactly, but he's carrying himself a little differently. He seems more comfortable in his surroundings. Good sign.
  7. Yawn. This is really taking up way too much of your attention and interest. Your choice.
  8. "Triggered" my butt. And who really cares what he writes or puts on social media. Get a life!
  9. He had a good record in Philly, did well in his brief stint in KC. His biggest hiccup was St. Louis. I think Nick is in a good situation right now as a back up. If Wentz goes down for a period of time, Foles can step in and win games for the team. What more can you ask from the player?
  10. Wow, talk about jettisoning talent. He may have had his problems, but I wasn't comfortable with his being GM over there. Guy knows how to put together a roster. In one season, the Skins manage to lose their GM, their OC, two talented starting receivers and will either lose their QB or bring a very unhappy QB back to the team. Am I missing anything on this?
  11. You make a good point - but the plays you mention really are the exception rather than the rule. In any event, in each example, you have each team having at least one possession in the OT.
  12. The OP does have a point. Football is not like hockey where either team can score during sudden death OT. In basketball, they play an extra 5 minute period. In baseball, each team gets an inning. There is something inherently unfair about a team being able to lose without ever getting the chance to even touch the ball on offense.