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Kirk Cousins is the next Brees

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7 minutes ago, downundermike said:

 The point is anytime he hast to throw a bunch to win he can’t

Except in the playoff game when you guys predicted he couldn’t win AGAINST BREES, and he threw the game winner. 🤣🤣🤣

Who was it that said no one is clutch til the are, like Peyton Manning? Remind me.....Who said that?!!!

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On 12/30/2019 at 3:31 PM, eaglegenius said:

 

The "rich man's Drew Brees" (aka Drew Brees) will knock the "poor man's Drew Brees" out of the play-offs.

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

On 12/30/2019 at 3:34 PM, downundermike said:

Cousins is gonna get taken out behind the wood shed this weekend.  You have 6 days to get your excuses ready.

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13 hours ago, nottingham14 said:

Are you completely stupid? 🤦🏻‍♂️ That is what the OR is for in the sentence. Meaning you had to count the 30 genius. So you put it with above OR below, but you count it moron. Jesus it’s like explaining 💩to a child talking to you. And you want to break down games. 🤣🤣🤣

:roll:  :roll: 

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13 hours ago, nottingham14 said:

🙄 If you are winning you tend to rush more, where losing teams will spike pass attempts. Especially on a team dedicated to rushing and defense. The Saints with Brees were more dedicated to the pass, especially check downs to Bush and also lost 4 more games than MINN. So of course he passed more. 

 

Stats can tell a clear story if you aren’t too dumb to understand it. 

 

Sure.... that's why they go run heavy from wire to wire.  :roll: 

 

 

Lets look at the playcalling from last weeks game from the start until they took their first lead.  Rushes in bold
1st & 10 at MIN 25
(15:00 - 1st) K.Cousins pass incomplete short left to S.Diggs. PENALTY on NO-J.Jenkins, Defensive Holding, 5 yards, enforced at MIN 25 - No Play.

1st & 10 at MIN 30
(14:56 - 1st) D.Cook left guard to MIN 39 for 9 yards (J.Jenkins; M.Williams).

2nd & 1 at MIN 39
(14:18 - 1st) K.Cousins pass short right to A.Thielen to MIN 42 for 3 yards (J.Jenkins). FUMBLES (J.Jenkins), RECOVERED by NO-V.Bell at MIN 43. V.Bell ran ob at MIN 37 for 6 yards (K.Rudolph). Pass -2, YAC 5 The Replay Official reviewed the runner was out of bounds ruling, and the play was Upheld. The ruling on the field stands.

1st & 10 at MIN 25
(9:52 - 1st) D.Cook right end to MIN 32 for 7 yards (D.Onyemata; D.Davis).

2nd & 3 at MIN 32
(9:15 - 1st) D.Cook left guard to MIN 35 for 3 yards (D.Onyemata).

1st & 10 at MIN 35
(8:41 - 1st) D.Cook left end to MIN 34 for -1 yards (S.Tuttle, J.Jenkins).

2nd & 11 at MIN 34
(8:03 - 1st) K.Cousins pass short right to A.Mattison to MIN 44 for 10 yards (C.Gardner-Johnson). Pass -2, YAC 12

3rd & 1 at MIN 44
(7:24 - 1st) D.Cook left end to NO 49 for 7 yards (K.Alonso).

1st & 10 at NO 49
(6:42 - 1st) K.Cousins pass short middle to K.Rudolph to NO 44 for 5 yards (D.Davis). Pass 5, YAC 0

2nd & 5 at NO 44
(6:06 - 1st) A.Mattison right end pushed ob at NO 28 for 16 yards (M.Williams).

1st & 10 at NO 28
(5:40 - 1st) S.Diggs sacked at NO 34 for -6 yards (sack split by J.Jenkins and M.Brown). Thielen took the handoff sweeping left, handed to Diggs sweeping right, and Diggs was sacked before he could throw downfield.

2nd & 16 at NO 34
(4:52 - 1st) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass incomplete deep middle to K.Rudolph (S.Tuttle).

3rd & 16 at NO 34
(4:47 - 1st) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass short middle to O.Johnson to NO 25 for 9 yards (V.Bell). Pass 4, YAC 5


1st & 10 at MIN 36
(2:36 - 1st) D.Cook left end ran ob at MIN 47 for 11 yards (V.Bell).

1st & 10 at MIN 47
(2:17 - 1st) D.Cook left end to 50 for 3 yards (D.Onyemata).

2nd & 7 at 50
(1:43 - 1st) A.Mattison left end to NO 38 for 12 yards (D.Onyemata). PENALTY on MIN-A.Thielen, Offensive Holding, 10 yards, enforced at 50 - No Play.

2nd & 17 at MIN 40
(1:23 - 1st) K.Cousins pass short right to K.Rudolph to MIN 49 for 9 yards (M.Lattimore). Pass 2, YAC 7

3rd & 8 at MIN 49
(0:47 - 1st) (Shotgun) K.Cousins sacked at MIN 43 for -6 yards (T.Hendrickson).

1st & 10 at MIN 30
(13:04 - 2nd) D.Cook left guard to MIN 33 for 3 yards (T.Hendrickson).

2nd & 7 at MIN 33
(12:33 - 2nd) A.Thielen right end to MIN 36 for 3 yards (C.Gardner-Johnson).

3rd & 4 at MIN 36
(11:47 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass incomplete short right to K.Rudolph (P.Williams).

1st & 10 at MIN 25
(9:18 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass incomplete deep middle to A.Thielen.

2nd & 10 at MIN 25
(9:11 - 2nd) D.Cook right end to MIN 28 for 3 yards (M.Edwards; K.Alonso).

3rd & 7 at MIN 28
(8:27 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass short middle to K.Rudolph to MIN 41 for 13 yards (D.Davis). Pass 1, YAC 12

1st & 10 at MIN 41
(7:41 - 2nd) D.Cook right end to NO 37 for 22 yards (M.Williams; V.Bell).

1st & 10 at NO 37
(7:05 - 2nd) A.Mattison left tackle to NO 36 for 1 yard (T.Hendrickson).

2nd & 9 at NO 36
(6:23 - 2nd) D.Cook right tackle to NO 32 for 4 yards (C.Gardner-Johnson; A.Klein).

3rd & 5 at NO 32
(5:40 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass short left to A.Thielen to NO 24 for 8 yards (M.Lattimore). Pass 8, YAC 0

1st & 10 at NO 24
(5:04 - 2nd) D.Cook left tackle to NO 22 for 2 yards (T.Stallworth).

2nd & 8 at NO 22
(4:25 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass short right to D.Cook ran ob at NO 3 for 19 yards (M.Williams). Pass -5, YAC 24

1st & Goal at NO 3
(4:07 - 2nd) A.Mattison left guard to NO 1 for 2 yards (V.Bell). NO-K.Alonso was injured during the play. His return is Questionable.

2nd & Goal at NO 1
(3:39 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass incomplete short left to T.Conklin.

3rd & Goal at NO 1
(3:34 - 2nd) R.Reiff reported in as eligible. D.Cook left end pushed ob at NO 3 for -2 yards (D.Davis).

1st & 10 at NO 45
(2:03 - 2nd) D.Cook right guard to NO 43 for 2 yards (T.Hendrickson).

2nd & 8 at NO 43
(1:58 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass deep middle to A.Thielen to NO 24 for 19 yards (V.Bell). Pass 18, YAC 1

1st & 10 at NO 24
(1:26 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass incomplete short right to D.Cook (D.Davis).

2nd & 10 at NO 24
(1:22 - 2nd) D.Cook right guard to NO 18 for 6 yards (A.Klein; M.Williams).

3rd & 4 at NO 18
(1:17 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass short left to A.Thielen to NO 5 for 13 yards (M.Williams). Pass 12, YAC 1

1st & Goal at NO 5
(0:31 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass incomplete short left to K.Rudolph.

2nd & Goal at NO 5
(0:23 - 2nd) Dalvin Cook 5 Yard Rush D.Bailey extra point is GOOD, Center-A.Cutting, Holder-B.Colquitt.

 

22 Rushes to 18 Passes before they were "winning".  You're right about one thing for the first time ever in this thread Sideshow Bob... Stat's can tell a clear story.   :lol: 

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2 hours ago, paco said:

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Sure.... that's why they go run heavy from wire to wire.  :roll: 

 

 

Lets look at the playcalling from last weeks game from the start until they took their first lead.  Rushes in bold
1st & 10 at MIN 25
(15:00 - 1st) K.Cousins pass incomplete short left to S.Diggs. PENALTY on NO-J.Jenkins, Defensive Holding, 5 yards, enforced at MIN 25 - No Play.

1st & 10 at MIN 30
(14:56 - 1st) D.Cook left guard to MIN 39 for 9 yards (J.Jenkins; M.Williams).

2nd & 1 at MIN 39
(14:18 - 1st) K.Cousins pass short right to A.Thielen to MIN 42 for 3 yards (J.Jenkins). FUMBLES (J.Jenkins), RECOVERED by NO-V.Bell at MIN 43. V.Bell ran ob at MIN 37 for 6 yards (K.Rudolph). Pass -2, YAC 5 The Replay Official reviewed the runner was out of bounds ruling, and the play was Upheld. The ruling on the field stands.

1st & 10 at MIN 25
(9:52 - 1st) D.Cook right end to MIN 32 for 7 yards (D.Onyemata; D.Davis).

2nd & 3 at MIN 32
(9:15 - 1st) D.Cook left guard to MIN 35 for 3 yards (D.Onyemata).

1st & 10 at MIN 35
(8:41 - 1st) D.Cook left end to MIN 34 for -1 yards (S.Tuttle, J.Jenkins).

2nd & 11 at MIN 34
(8:03 - 1st) K.Cousins pass short right to A.Mattison to MIN 44 for 10 yards (C.Gardner-Johnson). Pass -2, YAC 12

3rd & 1 at MIN 44
(7:24 - 1st) D.Cook left end to NO 49 for 7 yards (K.Alonso).

1st & 10 at NO 49
(6:42 - 1st) K.Cousins pass short middle to K.Rudolph to NO 44 for 5 yards (D.Davis). Pass 5, YAC 0

2nd & 5 at NO 44
(6:06 - 1st) A.Mattison right end pushed ob at NO 28 for 16 yards (M.Williams).

1st & 10 at NO 28
(5:40 - 1st) S.Diggs sacked at NO 34 for -6 yards (sack split by J.Jenkins and M.Brown). Thielen took the handoff sweeping left, handed to Diggs sweeping right, and Diggs was sacked before he could throw downfield.

2nd & 16 at NO 34
(4:52 - 1st) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass incomplete deep middle to K.Rudolph (S.Tuttle).

3rd & 16 at NO 34
(4:47 - 1st) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass short middle to O.Johnson to NO 25 for 9 yards (V.Bell). Pass 4, YAC 5


1st & 10 at MIN 36
(2:36 - 1st) D.Cook left end ran ob at MIN 47 for 11 yards (V.Bell).

1st & 10 at MIN 47
(2:17 - 1st) D.Cook left end to 50 for 3 yards (D.Onyemata).

2nd & 7 at 50
(1:43 - 1st) A.Mattison left end to NO 38 for 12 yards (D.Onyemata). PENALTY on MIN-A.Thielen, Offensive Holding, 10 yards, enforced at 50 - No Play.

2nd & 17 at MIN 40
(1:23 - 1st) K.Cousins pass short right to K.Rudolph to MIN 49 for 9 yards (M.Lattimore). Pass 2, YAC 7

3rd & 8 at MIN 49
(0:47 - 1st) (Shotgun) K.Cousins sacked at MIN 43 for -6 yards (T.Hendrickson).

1st & 10 at MIN 30
(13:04 - 2nd) D.Cook left guard to MIN 33 for 3 yards (T.Hendrickson).

2nd & 7 at MIN 33
(12:33 - 2nd) A.Thielen right end to MIN 36 for 3 yards (C.Gardner-Johnson).

3rd & 4 at MIN 36
(11:47 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass incomplete short right to K.Rudolph (P.Williams).

1st & 10 at MIN 25
(9:18 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass incomplete deep middle to A.Thielen.

2nd & 10 at MIN 25
(9:11 - 2nd) D.Cook right end to MIN 28 for 3 yards (M.Edwards; K.Alonso).

3rd & 7 at MIN 28
(8:27 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass short middle to K.Rudolph to MIN 41 for 13 yards (D.Davis). Pass 1, YAC 12

1st & 10 at MIN 41
(7:41 - 2nd) D.Cook right end to NO 37 for 22 yards (M.Williams; V.Bell).

1st & 10 at NO 37
(7:05 - 2nd) A.Mattison left tackle to NO 36 for 1 yard (T.Hendrickson).

2nd & 9 at NO 36
(6:23 - 2nd) D.Cook right tackle to NO 32 for 4 yards (C.Gardner-Johnson; A.Klein).

3rd & 5 at NO 32
(5:40 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass short left to A.Thielen to NO 24 for 8 yards (M.Lattimore). Pass 8, YAC 0

1st & 10 at NO 24
(5:04 - 2nd) D.Cook left tackle to NO 22 for 2 yards (T.Stallworth).

2nd & 8 at NO 22
(4:25 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass short right to D.Cook ran ob at NO 3 for 19 yards (M.Williams). Pass -5, YAC 24

1st & Goal at NO 3
(4:07 - 2nd) A.Mattison left guard to NO 1 for 2 yards (V.Bell). NO-K.Alonso was injured during the play. His return is Questionable.

2nd & Goal at NO 1
(3:39 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass incomplete short left to T.Conklin.

3rd & Goal at NO 1
(3:34 - 2nd) R.Reiff reported in as eligible. D.Cook left end pushed ob at NO 3 for -2 yards (D.Davis).

1st & 10 at NO 45
(2:03 - 2nd) D.Cook right guard to NO 43 for 2 yards (T.Hendrickson).

2nd & 8 at NO 43
(1:58 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass deep middle to A.Thielen to NO 24 for 19 yards (V.Bell). Pass 18, YAC 1

1st & 10 at NO 24
(1:26 - 2nd) K.Cousins pass incomplete short right to D.Cook (D.Davis).

2nd & 10 at NO 24
(1:22 - 2nd) D.Cook right guard to NO 18 for 6 yards (A.Klein; M.Williams).

3rd & 4 at NO 18
(1:17 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass short left to A.Thielen to NO 5 for 13 yards (M.Williams). Pass 12, YAC 1

1st & Goal at NO 5
(0:31 - 2nd) (Shotgun) K.Cousins pass incomplete short left to K.Rudolph.

2nd & Goal at NO 5
(0:23 - 2nd) Dalvin Cook 5 Yard Rush D.Bailey extra point is GOOD, Center-A.Cutting, Holder-B.Colquitt.

 

22 Rushes to 18 Passes before they were "winning".  You're right about one thing for the first time ever in this thread Sideshow Bob... Stat's can tell a clear story.   :lol: 

First off, I see you still don’t get that you should’ve added the 30 to either above or below.

🙄 I know using logic for you is hard and you just base your stupid conclusions off your ignorant understanding of logic, but for the average person it’s not difficult. Stats over the course of a season are widely held as proof a person is good or bad. But people don’t look at the feed for the results of a play on third and 3 from the 3 and say oh hell he sucks!!! Nor do people use simple statistics, such as +\- 30 passes, without considering obvious things that would impact differences, such as a pro dominantly passing offense vs a rushing offense. If you play in a rush first offense, which you have proven the Vikes clearly do with your last post where they ran on first down the vast majority of the time.

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1 hour ago, nottingham14 said:

First off, I see you still don’t get that you should’ve added the 30 to either above or below.

🙄 I know using logic for you is hard and you just base your stupid conclusions off your ignorant understanding of logic, but for the average person it’s not difficult. Stats over the course of a season are widely held as proof a person is good or bad. But people don’t look at the feed for the results of a play on third and 3 from the 3 and say oh hell he sucks!!! Nor do people use simple statistics, such as +\- 30 passes, without considering obvious things that would impact differences, such as a pro dominantly passing offense vs a rushing offense. If you play in a rush first offense, which you have proven the Vikes clearly do with your last post where they ran on first down the vast majority of the time.

Hey look, Sideshow Bob is back, even thought its not night time!!!!  He's totally not obsessed and definitely doesn't live here!!!

 

First off, yeah, I did see it. That's why I'm mocking you for making the polar opposite mistake while calling people idiots :roll: 

 

As for your second part, why in the world would the Vikings be a run first option when they have the next Drew Brees under center? Way to negate your entire premise Bob  :lol: 

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1 hour ago, paco said:

Hey look, Sideshow Bob is back, even thought its not night time!!!!  He's totally not obsessed and definitely doesn't live here!!!

 

First off, yeah, I did see it. That's why I'm mocking you for making the polar opposite mistake while calling people idiots :roll: 

 

As for your second part, why in the world would the Vikings be a run first option when they have the next Drew Brees under center? Way to negate your entire premise Bob  :lol: 

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I didn’t make the "polar opposite” mistake moron. I didn’t say double count it. I said add it to above or below so the 30 gets counted. AGAIN that is why the word OR is in the sentence. You are a simpleton of epic proportions! You should contact someone to have yourself studied. 

The Cowboys had Aikman under center and still ran first. The Colts has Manning under center and still ran first many seasons. The Broncos were run first with TD over Elway.Sometimes the caliber of running back plays a roll. NO in 07 had Bush, who was a good passing back but crap runner, Pierre Thomas and  Stecker. Not exactly a group of backs I’d focus on running with.

 Some coaches also run their philosophy, not based on their talent. 
 

Not to mention you are trying to water down the argument focusing on stupid details, while ignoring other details. Such as Minn winning 10 games and Brees the same year winning 7. As I’ve stated previously, losing teams pass more. The caliber of defense also can play a roll in play calling. If the D is gonna give up 30 pts with quick strike passing and your going to keep running the ball odds are you are going to lose. So they would then be forced to pass more.

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Oh Nottingham, this must be so sweet!  I came in here earlier in the year and said it felt like Cousins' year to do something in the playoffs.  Clearly he is still well, well short of being a good FA pickup much less the next Brees.  But everything is set up for him to have a magical run.  Now or never for Coupons, no excuses, the NFC can be had.

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2 hours ago, dawkins4prez said:

Oh Nottingham, this must be so sweet!  I came in here earlier in the year and said it felt like Cousins' year to do something in the playoffs.  Clearly he is still well, well short of being a good FA pickup much less the next Brees.  But everything is set up for him to have a magical run.  Now or never for Coupons, no excuses, the NFC can be had.

Nah he'll fluff his lines as he usually does. He'll fluff his lines because quite simply he's just not that good. 

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8 hours ago, nottingham14 said:

I didn’t make the "polar opposite” mistake moron. I didn’t say double count it. I said add it to above or below so the 30 gets counted. AGAIN that is why the word OR is in the sentence. You are a simpleton of epic proportions! You should contact someone to have yourself studied. 

On 1/9/2020 at 2:26 PM, nottingham14 said:

Pretty shady analysis considering you cut off a game like an idiot. It’s either got to be 30 and above or 30 and below. 

Were they

A. 30 and above

or

B. 30 and below

 

You counted 30 twice.  :roll: :roll: :roll: 

 

8 hours ago, nottingham14 said:


The Cowboys had Aikman under center and still ran first. The Colts has Manning under center and still ran first many seasons. The Broncos were run first with TD over Elway.Sometimes the caliber of running back plays a roll. NO in 07 had Bush, who was a good passing back but crap runner, Pierre Thomas and  Stecker. Not exactly a group of backs I’d focus on running with.

Really Bob?  This is your counter point???  Holy crap.  :facepalm:

 

First, lets just get the Aikman and Elway points out of the way.  You are really going back a quarter century to when the game was quite different in regards to how it was played?  The game overall was a hell of a lot more run heavy, you may as well go back to the early 1900s when they were still experimenting with the forward pass.  Corner backs were allowed to mug receivers.  If you were going to get called for roughing the passer, you pretty much had to knock a QBs head off.  The rules today make for a much pass heavier league.  By making this argument you look as foolish as McNabb trying to make a HOF case by comparing his stats to Aikman.

 

As for Manning, well that is just a flat out lie.  Lets look at his time with the Colts from 2004 and on.  (Because this is roughly where Cousins is now and that has been your arc, plus the site I was only goes back to 2004, and I don't want to put in any extra effort than necessary to mock you)

Colts rushing attempts
2004 - 20th
2005 - 12th
2006 - 18th
2007 - 13th
2008 - 30th
2009 - 31st
2010 - 28th
 

Colts passing attempts
2004 - 15th
2005 - 15th
2006 - 6th
2007 - 2nd
2008 - 5th
2009 - 2nd
2010 - 1st
 

If anything they were one of the most pass happy teams in the league.  Period.  And they were often ahead, so you couldn't have picked a worse example to defend "losing teams pass more, winning teams rush" excuse for Cousins 

 

Your counterpoint is bad and you should feel bad

 

8 hours ago, nottingham14 said:

 

Not to mention you are trying to water down the argument focusing on stupid details, while ignoring other details. Such as Minn winning 10 games and Brees the same year winning 7. As I’ve stated previously, losing teams pass more. The caliber of defense also can play a roll in play calling. If the D is gonna give up 30 pts with quick strike passing and your going to keep running the ball odds are you are going to lose. So they would then be forced to pass more.

Stupid details... like facts and stats as opposed to you using rock solid comparisons like two completely different teams over a decade apart.  :rolleyes:

 

And using team wins here to define a quarterback when just above you babbled on about how you can't define a qb by rushing attempts because of.... the team around him?  Because you can’t decide when you factor in a team when evaluating a QB, wins becomes a "stupid detail” to use when arguing your premise. Do you want to know why it was ridiculous in the first place? Here is an example: The 2000 Baltimore Ravens won some games, ending in a title.  It was off the back of a strong run game, a stellar defense and an average QB that didn’t turn the ball over. Sound familiar? 

 

I got you so twisted at this point you'll just spew anything.  I honestly have no idea what you will come up with next.  Bravo

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The game-changing move that has each playoff team in the hunt for Super Bowl LIV
Vikings:

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Offseason priority: Rebuild the offense around Kirk Cousins. The Vikings sought to inject more balance into their scheme to take pressure off the quarterback, so they hired Gary Kubiak as an assistant head coach/offensive advisor and tasked offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski with running the Super Bowl-winning coach's offense. But building around Cousins didn't mean he'd be the focal point. Minnesota planned to run its offense through running back Cook, which would then allow them to effectively utilize star wide receivers Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen and tight ends Kyle Rudolph and Irv Smith Jr.

But.... but.... but.... Dey running cuz dey are winning! 😭
 

 

Build an offense to take pressure off the QB. So Breezy!   :roll:

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20 hours ago, paco said:

The game-changing move that has each playoff team in the hunt for Super Bowl LIV
Vikings:

But.... but.... but.... Dey running cuz dey are winning! 😭
 

 

Build an offense to take pressure off the QB. So Breezy!   :roll:

Omg is done responding to your stupidity. It’s either adding 30 to 30 and above or 30 and below. Which means it’s either 30 and above vs 29 and below. OR it’s 30 and below vs 31 and above. I didn’t say it was both. I said you needed to add it to one or the other. GD you are a small minded dumb motherFer!

 

Dont waste your time replying to my comments, they are ignored. I’m not going to continue to explain 💩to you 500 times because you’re as bright as a coal mine.

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On 1/10/2020 at 3:15 PM, dawkins4prez said:

Oh Nottingham, this must be so sweet!  I came in here earlier in the year and said it felt like Cousins' year to do something in the playoffs.  Clearly he is still well, well short of being a good FA pickup much less the next Brees.  But everything is set up for him to have a magical run.  Now or never for Coupons, no excuses, the NFC can be had.

Y’all already hedging bets worrying he might win it all. So you got to start excusing it now by saying it’s set up for him 🤣🤣🤣🤣 WTFE! He would probably have to beat tough teams to win. That’s a **** move setting excuses up beforehand.

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1 hour ago, nottingham14 said:

Omg is done responding to your stupidity.

English please

 

:roll:  But please keep calling everyone else stupid Sideshow Bob :roll:

 

 

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He'll shine every now and then but he's just not consistent

Thanks for at least knocking off Saints though!

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Just now, ShakeThatMonkey said:

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When I saw that I thought PLEASE somebody make that a gif.  :lol: 

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Cousins breaks the record for fewest first downs in a playoff game with 5.

 

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7 of the 10 Vikings possessions 3 and out

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1 minute ago, downundermike said:

Cousins breaks the record for fewest first downs in a playoff game with 5.

 

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But... He's the next Drew Brees...

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4 minutes ago, downundermike said:

Cousins breaks the record for fewest first downs in a playoff game with 5.

 

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7 of the 10 Vikings possessions 3 and out

Vikings just got the ball. So maybe not

 

edit: Theilen first down

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