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Offline MH

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« Reply #15 on: December 07, 2022, 12:18:49 pm »
Is 2022 even BETTER than 2021 in terms of wildness ?

- Brady divorces and somehow leads his team to 6-6 and is STILL making the playoffs?!?
- Any team can beat any other?!?
- Jets and Lions are GOOD?!?
- Colts hire an announcer with NO NFL COACHING EXPERIENCE and EVERYBODY LOVES HIM?!?

Thank Christ for football...

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« Reply #16 on: December 07, 2022, 12:25:42 pm »
Is 2022 even BETTER than 2021 in terms of wildness ?

- Brady divorces and somehow leads his team to 6-6 and is STILL making the playoffs?!?
- Any team can beat any other?!?
- Jets and Lions are GOOD?!?
- Colts hire an announcer with NO NFL COACHING EXPERIENCE and EVERYBODY LOVES HIM?!?

Thank Christ for football...
Agreed.  But the announcer the Colts hired was a hall of fame offensive lineman.
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« Reply #17 on: December 07, 2022, 12:29:30 pm »
Agreed.  But the announcer the Colts hired was a hall of fame offensive lineman.

Yeah.  Well, that.

But....

Ok...

I guess that goes on the PLUS column...

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« Reply #18 on: December 07, 2022, 01:18:35 pm »
Is 2022 even BETTER than 2021 in terms of wildness ?

- Brady divorces and somehow leads his team to 6-6 and is STILL making the playoffs?!?
- Any team can beat any other?!?
- Jets and Lions are GOOD?!?
- Colts hire an announcer with NO NFL COACHING EXPERIENCE and EVERYBODY LOVES HIM?!?

Thank Christ for football...

Are they games still four hours of commercials with 10 minutes of actual action?

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« Reply #19 on: December 07, 2022, 01:38:03 pm »
Are they games still four hours of commercials with 10 minutes of actual action?

All buildup....

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« Reply #20 on: December 07, 2022, 02:17:48 pm »
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« Reply #21 on: Today at 04:46:16 am »
Sad sad weekend for Cowboys and Bills fans especially... like my neighbour and me...

The upstart teams of the season (including a superbowl team from last year?) came through.

I can't imagine anybody considers the Bengals an upstart team anymore. Maybe you're thinking of the Jaguars?

That was shockingly uncompetitive. I had expected it to be a must-watch game. I had been looking forward to the regular season meeting and tuned in just in time to see an ambulance in the middle of the field and the frightening Damar Hamlin situation.  So this time at least they got to actually play the game, but it was just a one-sided beating.  The Bengals have beaten the Chiefs three times in a row, but the Chiefs will be very hungry for payback. Patrick Mahomes sprained his ankle in the game against the Jaguars, so that could be a factor.

The Jacksonville Jaguars were this year's best feel-good story. Like last year's Bengals, they came out of nowhere. After being the worst team in football last year and starting this year at 3-7, they go on an improbable winning streak and steal the division title from the Tennessee Titans. When I sat down for last week's Jaguars-Chargers game it was 7-0 Chargers, and by the time I finished my beer it was 27-0 Chargers. The Jaguars couldn't do anything right, it was the worst I had ever seen a team play.  So later I check my phone and it's 30-20 Chargers. Then 30-28 Chargers. Then, on the last play of the game, 31-30 Jaguars.   They weren't good enough to upset the Chiefs this weekend, but they didn't look out of place.  Tremendous breakthrough season for the Jaguars and their 23-year old quarterback, long-haired hippy Trevor Lawrence.  They have a solid defense and a really good running back.

In the NFC, the Eagles and 49ers both look absolutely frightening, and I think that whoever wins the NFC championship is also going to win the Superb Owl this year.

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« Reply #22 on: Today at 08:41:37 am »
Jacksonville is the butthole of America's glory-hole.  That city is trash, and their quarterback needs a haircut.  >:(

The only reason they made the playoffs was the same reason the Titans were the AFC 1st seed last year.  The division is terrible, but even worse this year because the Titans were now also terrible.


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« Reply #23 on: Today at 08:44:02 am »
Jacksonville is the butthole of America's glory-hole.  That city is trash, and their quarterback needs a haircut.  >:(

The only reason they made the playoffs was the same reason the Titans were the AFC 1st seed last year.  The division is terrible, but even worse this year because the Titans were now also terrible.
Complete nonsense.  Btw, you should check out Oakland!  Regardless, Trevor Lawrence is a franchise quarterback and Jacksonville is going to be very good for several years.

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« Reply #24 on: Today at 08:55:50 am »
1. I can't imagine anybody considers the Bengals an upstart team anymore. Maybe you're thinking of the Jaguars?

2. That was shockingly uncompetitive. I had expected it to be a must-watch game. I had been looking forward to the regular season meeting and tuned in just in time to see an ambulance in the middle of the field and the frightening Damar Hamlin situation.  So this time at least they got to actually play the game, but it was just a one-sided beating.  The Bengals have beaten the Chiefs three times in a row, but the Chiefs will be very hungry for payback. Patrick Mahomes sprained his ankle in the game against the Jaguars, so that could be a factor.

3.  Tremendous breakthrough season for the Jaguars and their 23-year old quarterback, long-haired hippy Trevor Lawrence.  They have a solid defense and a really good running back.

4. In the NFC, the Eagles and 49ers both look absolutely frightening, and I think that whoever wins the NFC championship is also going to win the Superb Owl this year.

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1. The Season started with a loss to the Steelers and didn't get better for a long time.
2. Those of you here who like to see me in pain, please think of me watching my Bills getting killed by the Bengals and the feeling in my stomach.  It was worse than that as I was out with the family at Chinese New Year and came back to watch it on catch-up with the PVR.  I guess it's better than watching a slow loss over hours but it hurt.  Enjoy.  The Buffalo Bills don't care about me or my family.
3. Agreed.
4. I feel like it could be the Bengals. 

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« Reply #25 on: Today at 01:54:57 pm »
Complete nonsense.  Btw, you should check out Oakland!  Regardless, Trevor Lawrence is a franchise quarterback and Jacksonville is going to be very good for several years.

Nonononono.

Not listening.

(Titans Fan)

Lawrence still needs a **** haircut.