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 Posted: Mon Nov 7th, 2011 03:11 am
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HBF wrote: On a fantasy note, I played two guys (in two leagues) that had Julio Jones.....ON THE BENCH! I am still losing in both matchups by a shitload and will lose this week. Oh, the irony.....
I had Willis McGahee and Ben Tate among others on the bench today.



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TD Pass to Mike Wallace. Pitt takes the lead 20-16. Really good second half.



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Ravens win 23 to 20 on a TD to Torrey Smith.



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clawmaster wrote: Ravens win 23 to 20 on a TD to Torrey Smith.
best game of the day IMO

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PeteF3 wrote:
Marvin Lewis is the Wayne Fontes of the '00s and '10s. As he gets closer and closer to being fired, his team becomes unstoppable.


Nice reference to Wayne Fontes. I think he was Stingmark's favorite coach.



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clawmaster wrote:
TD Pass to Mike Wallace. Pitt takes the lead 20-16. Really good second half.


Fucker cost me my fantasy game!



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The Ultimate Sin wrote:
PeteF3 wrote:
Marvin Lewis is the Wayne Fontes of the '00s and '10s. As he gets closer and closer to being fired, his team becomes unstoppable.


Nice reference to Wayne Fontes. I think he was Stingmark's favorite coach.


Lol, he was horrible. One good season, thats it.



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carpetbeggar wrote: I don't get why they keep going to Ocho Cinco either. They should just release his ass now. If he hasn't learned the play book yet he never is. I didn't notice if Branch was just shutdown and couldn't get open, but Brady should have been going to him more. He's still good IMO.
 

The Pats miss the Randy Moss of old. Neither Ocho Cinco Nor Branch have been able to replace the production Moss provided a few years ago. New England is finding out rebuilding on the fly is a bitch.


And yet Claw, NE couldnt wait to ship him out of town. They got what they wanted, now they're seeing that it wasnt such a great idea afterall. I said earlier, NE's D is shit. Itll be awhile before they win another sb.



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carpetbeggar wrote:

I don't get why they keep going to Ocho Cinco either. They should just release his ass now. If he hasn't learned the play book yet he never is. I didn't notice if Branch was just shutdown and couldn't get open, but Brady should have been going to him more. He's still good IMO.

Patriots are looking very mediocre, even on offense. People want to jump all over Ochocinco but he was open a lot in that game and Brady missed him every time. This Pats/Jets game next Sunday night is going to be enormous.

Any time the Chargers and/or Steelers lose, it's a good day...a good day indeed.

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DaNkinator wrote: carpetbeggar wrote:

I don't get why they keep going to Ocho Cinco either. They should just release his ass now. If he hasn't learned the play book yet he never is. I didn't notice if Branch was just shutdown and couldn't get open, but Brady should have been going to him more. He's still good IMO.

Patriots are looking very mediocre, even on offense. People want to jump all over Ochocinco but he was open a lot in that game and Brady missed him every time. This Pats/Jets game next Sunday night is going to be enormous.

Any time the Chargers and/or Steelers lose, it's a good day...a good day indeed.
It seems that NE's magic has been given to the Giants.  That was one of the best games yesterday

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mike3775 wrote: DaNkinator wrote: carpetbeggar wrote:

I don't get why they keep going to Ocho Cinco either. They should just release his ass now. If he hasn't learned the play book yet he never is. I didn't notice if Branch was just shutdown and couldn't get open, but Brady should have been going to him more. He's still good IMO.

Patriots are looking very mediocre, even on offense. People want to jump all over Ochocinco but he was open a lot in that game and Brady missed him every time. This Pats/Jets game next Sunday night is going to be enormous.

Any time the Chargers and/or Steelers lose, it's a good day...a good day indeed.
It seems that NE's magic has been given to the Giants.  That was one of the best games yesterday

It was an ok game should have been an easy ride but the Giants this yr like being cardiac kids it seems

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mike3775 wrote: DaNkinator wrote: carpetbeggar wrote:

I don't get why they keep going to Ocho Cinco either. They should just release his ass now. If he hasn't learned the play book yet he never is. I didn't notice if Branch was just shutdown and couldn't get open, but Brady should have been going to him more. He's still good IMO.

Patriots are looking very mediocre, even on offense. People want to jump all over Ochocinco but he was open a lot in that game and Brady missed him every time. This Pats/Jets game next Sunday night is going to be enormous.

Any time the Chargers and/or Steelers lose, it's a good day...a good day indeed.
It seems that NE's magic has been given to the Giants.  That was one of the best games yesterday

It was an ok game should have been an easy ride but the Giants this yr like being cardiac kids it seems


KK look at the history of the franchise. When are they not cardiac kids lol.

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nyhack56 wrote: krazykid18 wrote:
mike3775 wrote: DaNkinator wrote: carpetbeggar wrote:

I don't get why they keep going to Ocho Cinco either. They should just release his ass now. If he hasn't learned the play book yet he never is. I didn't notice if Branch was just shutdown and couldn't get open, but Brady should have been going to him more. He's still good IMO.

Patriots are looking very mediocre, even on offense. People want to jump all over Ochocinco but he was open a lot in that game and Brady missed him every time. This Pats/Jets game next Sunday night is going to be enormous.

Any time the Chargers and/or Steelers lose, it's a good day...a good day indeed.
It seems that NE's magic has been given to the Giants.  That was one of the best games yesterday

It was an ok game should have been an easy ride but the Giants this yr like being cardiac kids it seems


KK look at the history of the franchise. When are they not cardiac kids lol.

1986 stands out as the clearest example.

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tofu_chipmunk wrote: nyhack56 wrote: krazykid18 wrote:
mike3775 wrote: DaNkinator wrote: carpetbeggar wrote:

I don't get why they keep going to Ocho Cinco either. They should just release his ass now. If he hasn't learned the play book yet he never is. I didn't notice if Branch was just shutdown and couldn't get open, but Brady should have been going to him more. He's still good IMO.

Patriots are looking very mediocre, even on offense. People want to jump all over Ochocinco but he was open a lot in that game and Brady missed him every time. This Pats/Jets game next Sunday night is going to be enormous.

Any time the Chargers and/or Steelers lose, it's a good day...a good day indeed.
It seems that NE's magic has been given to the Giants.  That was one of the best games yesterday

It was an ok game should have been an easy ride but the Giants this yr like being cardiac kids it seems


KK look at the history of the franchise. When are they not cardiac kids lol.

1986 stands out as the clearest example.

1986?  they destroyed almost every team they played you might mean 1990 when they got the fumble on the 49ers and Scott Norwood.

Also Tebow is only 1 game back off the division lead.

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tofu_chipmunk wrote: nyhack56 wrote: krazykid18 wrote:
mike3775 wrote: DaNkinator wrote: carpetbeggar wrote:

I don't get why they keep going to Ocho Cinco either. They should just release his ass now. If he hasn't learned the play book yet he never is. I didn't notice if Branch was just shutdown and couldn't get open, but Brady should have been going to him more. He's still good IMO.

Patriots are looking very mediocre, even on offense. People want to jump all over Ochocinco but he was open a lot in that game and Brady missed him every time. This Pats/Jets game next Sunday night is going to be enormous.

Any time the Chargers and/or Steelers lose, it's a good day...a good day indeed.
It seems that NE's magic has been given to the Giants.  That was one of the best games yesterday

It was an ok game should have been an easy ride but the Giants this yr like being cardiac kids it seems


KK look at the history of the franchise. When are they not cardiac kids lol.

1986 stands out as the clearest example.

1986?  they destroyed almost every team they played you might mean 1990 when they got the fumble on the 49ers and Scott Norwood.

Also Tebow is only 1 game back off the division lead.


1986? Not true.

Week 1 L 31-28 at Dallas Cowboys
Week 2 W 20-7 vs San Diego Chargers
Week 3 W 14-9 at Los Angeles Raiders
Week 4 W 20-17 vs New Orleans Saints
Week 5 W 13-6 at St. Louis Cardinals
Week 6 W 35-3 vs Philadelphia Eagles
Week 7 L 17-12 at Seattle Seahawks
Week 8 W 27-20 vs Washington Redskins
Week 9 W 17-14 vs Dallas Cowboys
Week 10 W 17-14 at Philadelphia Eagles
Week 11 W 22-20 at Minnesota Vikings
Week 12 W 19-16 vs Denver Broncos
Week 13 W 21-17 at San Francisco 49ers
Week 14 W 24-14 at Washington Redskins
Week 15 W 27-7 vs St. Louis Cardinals
Week 16 W 55-24 vs Green Bay Packers

1st game against the Eagles and the last game of the season were there only true blowouts. 9-2 in games decided by a TD or less.

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