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  1. McNabb2Jackson7

    Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs Patriots.

    Turned it off
  2. McNabb2Jackson7

    Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs Patriots.

    Peters can't cover Edleman. They need to change that matchup
  3. McNabb2Jackson7

    Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs Patriots.

    The Rams are such a joke
  4. McNabb2Jackson7

    Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs Patriots.

    Goff sucks
  5. McNabb2Jackson7

    Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs Patriots.

    I thought the Rams had amazing coaches? Unbelievable that they didn't go for it there
  6. McNabb2Jackson7

    Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs Patriots.

    The NFL sucks with these flags. How is the defender supposed to make that tackle? They make playing defense impossible
  7. McNabb2Jackson7

    AFC Championship: Patriots @ Chiefs.

    Andy Reid chokes again. Not surprising
  8. McNabb2Jackson7

    NFC Championship: Rams @ Saints.

    Not going for the touchdown lost this for the Rams. No guts = loss
  9. McNabb2Jackson7

    NFC Divisional: Saints @ Vikings.

    Rahim Moore. I forgot about that play, and as bad as that was, I agree, this was worse. Williams just had to make a normal tackle. Really, any tackle would do, just make a tackle.
  10. McNabb2Jackson7

    NFC Divisional: Saints @ Vikings.

    How can he even face his teammates after that? How sick would we all feel if this just happened to the Eagles? There is losing and then there is 1 guy killing your entire season with an inexcusable play.
  11. McNabb2Jackson7

    Kiko Alonso Decks / Concusses Flacco

    As others have said, this is not something you can judge in slow motion. You have to watch it at live game speed to see that the collision was inevitable, because Flacco didn't get down quick enough. On a related side note, I think the slide-protection rule is terrible. If QBs don't want to get hit, then they should run out of bounds or don't run at all. There is no reason why slow Joe Flacco should be trying to run for a first down on 3rd-and-10. If you're not ready to take the hit like Cam Newton, then don't run down the middle of the field.
  12. McNabb2Jackson7

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Stop spreading the lie that TO was slow. TO in fact was a fast WR and that is what made him special. There are a lot of big, slow possession WRs. What separated TO from those players is he was like a running back in the open field once he caught the ball, and he had the vertical speed to run past a DB. TO without speed is the TO we saw in the Super Bowl. That is still a good player, but the Patriots could single him up with no worries of him going over the top. TO with speed is this:
  13. McNabb2Jackson7

    Sliding NFL ratings could throw networks for a loss

    As far as antennas go, if you live on a farm or the middle of nowhere, you probably can't use one, but to the best of my knowledge, all major cities have strong signals for antenna usage, and the majority of people live in or near cities. For the many shows with ratings drops, why do some shows still thrive? Is there a disproportionate number of NFL viewers cord-cutting versus viewers of other TV programs? If so, why?
  14. McNabb2Jackson7

    Sliding NFL ratings could throw networks for a loss

    People could use an antenna and get basic channels in HD for free. I think the NFL ratings drop goes beyond cord cutting, because if there was a desire to watch the NFL, people would find a way even if they don't want to pay for cable. If cord cutting was the number 1 reason, then wouldn't all TV shows have huge ratings drops as well?
  15. McNabb2Jackson7

    Sliding NFL ratings could throw networks for a loss

    Those people can simply stream games for free as long as they have an internet connection. I'm not an expert on ratings, but I assume that streaming factors into ratings.