RepPhilly

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About RepPhilly

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  • Birthday 02/21/1979

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  1. RepPhilly

    AAF Officially Dead , 2 weeks before end of season.

    XFL take notes...…………...don't even bother trying. Just save your money. The NFL should do a development league like the NBA does though. Just can't call it something weird like the AAF or XFL. Have to include the NFL name in there. I'd 100% watch if the Eagles had a team of developmental players associated with the organization.
  2. I'm still wondering what this guy did to deserve a NFL head coaching job? Don't get me wrong I hope he does well but what has he done in college let alone the pros to be the HC?
  3. RepPhilly

    Antonio Brown Saga

    NFL is so unpredictable. Raiders could reload this free agency and what if they hit on those 3 1st round picks? Not saying they will win the SB but they could be contenders in 2019. After Wentz's rookie year many thought we were still 2-3 years away. I'm just surprised it was only a 3rd and 5th given up for AB. Thought he'd get at least a 1st back. Steelers got screwed if you ask me.
  4. RepPhilly

    Brees is actually OVERRATED

    Brees is great and you mentioned that already but it makes no difference to me what his arm strength is or whether he played in a dome. If you're putting up the numbers over a long career then that means you're making plays and making throws. Peyton Manning is regarded as one of the greatest QB's ever and look at what he did in the playoffs. He wasn't very good most of the time. What the last sentence says about him and only making 1 SB...….I think that has more to do with needing more than just a great QB to win. Yes Brees put up huge numbers year after year and they didn't win. There wasn't much of a run game, O-line or defense. Same with Aaron Rodgers. Most regard him as the best right now but only has 1 SB and cant even make the playoffs. Why? No run game or defense. As great as a QB may be, still need a complete team around him to win.
  5. RepPhilly

    All Time Winning Percentages for All Teams.

    This is something I'd brag about if I was like 6 or 7 years old...……..
  6. RepPhilly

    Was Super Bowl LIII Fixed?

    There's a couple guys at the barbershop I know who think it was fixed. 😄 That must make it true.
  7. RepPhilly

    Was Super Bowl LIII Fixed?

    Honestly, who cares about Saints fans and if their feelings are hurt. Maybe Arthur Blank payed off the refs in the NFCCG so the Saints wouldn't make it to the SB and possibly win it in the Falcons home stadium?? (Joking, of course) Also, there is no guarantee the Saints would have beat the Pats. The Rams defense did its job and more holding them to 13 points. I'm sure the Saints score more than 3 but does their defense hold the Pats to 13?
  8. RepPhilly

    Downside to this Playoff overtime format?

    Works for me. In this day and age where all anybody does is complain and whine, it would be one less thing to complain about.
  9. RepPhilly

    Downside to this Playoff overtime format?

    Yeah that's a good point. I don't know but I just like the college OT rules much better. Simple and both teams get a fair shot.
  10. For one thing, a lot of people thought the Rams and Eagles were crazy for giving up several picks to move up to #1 and #2 to draft these two QB's. But it's worked out very well for both franchises.
  11. RepPhilly

    Downside to this Playoff overtime format?

    Maybe I've missed them but I don't remember seeing very many punt returns for TD's and definitely not KO returns for TD's. To me there is no need for KO's and punts in OT. Each team gets at least 1 chance and let's decide a winner. Not sure if there are any but I've never heard any complaints at all about NCAA football's OT rules.
  12. RepPhilly

    Hey Alvin!

    They were screwed by the refs for sure but they still had chances to win. I'd be upset too but I wouldn't be demanding that Goodell award the Saints the win or restart the game. Some of their fanbase are not going to watch the SB and instead bars will show re-runs of their SB victory over the Colts back in 2009 or whenever it was. Their going to have a victory parade too. Come on, gimme a break!!
  13. RepPhilly

    Greatest game in NFL history - Pats/Chiefs

    It's possible. With the Chiefs and Rams offense playing in the dome with no wind, rain or snow to worry about it would have been a high scoring SB for sure. It seems the Chiefs will be good for some years. The Chargers had a good year but Rivers is getting up there in age and his arm looks like it's losing some velocity. Raiders might be a few years away from competing and the Broncos don't have a QB.
  14. RepPhilly

    The Call People SHOULD be Complaining About

    While it was a horrible call and the Saints got screwed, there is something that stood out to me. It's the fact that CB play is really bad. I know the rules are tough for secondary players and you can't touch the WR's and TE's but it seems a lot of these guys don't know how to make a play on the ball. Joyner had a chance to make a play or intercept a deep ball that was thrown to Ted Ginn and he froze up, took an awful angle and missed badly. Then on the missed PI call, the CB Robey-Coleman I think it was, could have had an easy pick 6 if he just looked back at the ball. Maybe these guys are being taught that but look back once in awhile.
  15. RepPhilly

    The Call People SHOULD be Complaining About

    I'm all for getting calls correct especially critical calls like those. But if they are to look at all these plays, there needs to be a way to speed the replay process up. Otherwise games will be 5 hours long because they're reviewing plays all the time.