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  • Megalodon30
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    Originally posted by L.M. View Post
    He's not playing with plantar fasciitis either.
    Or with a broken freakin' neck!

    Wait, that was Kurt Angle. I mean a surgically repaired freakin' neck.

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  • L.M.
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    Originally posted by Capt. Jack View Post
    Brady at 43 looks way better than Manning in 2015.
    (JMO)
    He's not playing with plantar fasciitis either.

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  • Capt. Jack
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    Brady at 43 looks way better than Manning in 2015.
    (JMO)

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by kunetsu View Post
    Still seems to be pretty good at 43.
    If Brady loses the rust, Tampa are a handful.

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  • kunetsu
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    Originally posted by GMTD View Post
    Whatever PFF says, Brady is clearly in terminal decline. It's not just his box score numbers from the first two games, he doesn't even look like the same player from 4-5 years ago. In fact, the Buccs would probably be doing slightly better had they retained Winston.

    Now of course the Bucs has a strong all round team. That's why Brady went there in the first place. However, rhose other pieces will not consistently win games on their own with only mediocre QB play.

    In short, the Bucs is a solid QB away from being a championship team. Unfortunately for them, Tom is not that QB.
    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    2020 Brady is 2015 Manning. A QB who's skills have been in serious decline for years, but he was able to stay good because he knew where every single player would be at all times in the offense he'd been in forever. Now Brady (like Manning in 2015) is in a different offense and has to think that extra split second about what's going on. That split second shows just how much his skills have declined. And it'll get ugly in Tampa with Bruce Arians eager to throw someone else under the bus after each loss.

    The Saints are in a similar boat with Brees, his offense has remained the same, but his skills have declined too much. I think the NFC South winner ends up in the 9-7 to 10-6 range, and there's no NFC South teams left playing on the second weekend of the playoffs. If Carolina can get that rebuild in high gear next offseason, and hire a competent coach, they could dominate the division for the next 5 years.
    Still seems to be pretty good at 43.

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  • Sophia23
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    Originally posted by L.M. View Post


    Blue is [email protected]

    Green is [email protected]

    and Red is [email protected]

    I am stunned. I've lived in NM, in the Dallas sports market, for years, and the FOX station here ALWAYS prioritizes Dallas over Denver when there's a schedule conflict! Not this time!?

    Also notice that the entire New England area is getting the game, for the Br*dybunch.
    Knowing that AZ never seems to air the Broncos - every surrounding state will have the Broncos on except us ... and I'm back with the NFL ticket - Yay! I'll be watching my Broncos the rest of the season.

    I'd love to see Brady on his back a few times today...

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  • Hadez
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    If you have Gronk on your fantasy team this is the week to start him imo

    Brady is going to find ways to get Gronk on 47 and abuse this defense.

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  • dizzolve
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    That would suck for him to go .500 when our team is basically quadrapalegized

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by GMTD View Post
    Whatever PFF says, Brady is clearly in terminal decline. It's not just his box score numbers from the first two games, he doesn't even look like the same player from 4-5 years ago. In fact, the Buccs would probably be doing slightly better had they retained Winston.

    Now of course the Bucs has a strong all round team. That's why Brady went there in the first place. However, rhose other pieces will not consistently win games on their own with only mediocre QB play.

    In short, the Bucs is a solid QB away from being a championship team. Unfortunately for them, Tom is not that QB.

    I think they're also a HC away from being a championship team. Bruce Arians is good with the X and O's, but he's so intent on always being the smartest guy in the room, and never accepting blame for a loss, he'll always look to throw someone else under the bus. I don't think he can win championships, because players are going to get tired quickly of that routine.

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  • Butler By'Note
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    2020 Brady is 2015 Manning. A QB who's skills have been in serious decline for years, but he was able to stay good because he knew where every single player would be at all times in the offense he'd been in forever. Now Brady (like Manning in 2015) is in a different offense and has to think that extra split second about what's going on. That split second shows just how much his skills have declined. And it'll get ugly in Tampa with Bruce Arians eager to throw someone else under the bus after each loss.

    The Saints are in a similar boat with Brees, his offense has remained the same, but his skills have declined too much. I think the NFC South winner ends up in the 9-7 to 10-6 range, and there's no NFC South teams left playing on the second weekend of the playoffs. If Carolina can get that rebuild in high gear next offseason, and hire a competent coach, they could dominate the division for the next 5 years.

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  • GMTD
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    This week Godwin could be a factor again, and Fournette is getting traction. If Gronk ever gets it going, they will be tough down the stretch.
    Whatever PFF says, Brady is clearly in terminal decline. It's not just his box score numbers from the first two games, he doesn't even look like the same player from 4-5 years ago. In fact, the Buccs would probably be doing slightly better had they retained Winston.

    Now of course the Bucs has a strong all round team. That's why Brady went there in the first place. However, rhose other pieces will not consistently win games on their own with only mediocre QB play.

    In short, the Bucs is a solid QB away from being a championship team. Unfortunately for them, Tom is not that QB.

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  • Broncoyearound
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    Originally posted by ozzies94ta View Post
    YUCK.

    Sadly there is a sizeable amount of Raiders fans here in st louis missouri too...im friends w a few and one owns a sports bar so we all get together and there's like 5-10 raiders fans on any givven sunday and im the token Bronco fan
    Like Sam says they are in every state. I got it the worst my dad is a big time raider fan. Luckily I didn't follow in his footsteps but it makes for fun Sundays 😉

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  • Al Wilson 4 Mayor
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    Originally posted by samparnell View Post
    They're in every state.
    Yes they are, much like Cowboys fans. If the Raiders ever cease to suck their fans will come out of the woodwork like cockroaches.
    Last edited by Al Wilson 4 Mayor; 09-25-2020, 07:51 PM.

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  • samparnell
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    Originally posted by ozzies94ta View Post
    YUCK.

    Sadly there is a sizeable amount of Raiders fans here in st louis missouri too...im friends w a few and one owns a sports bar so we all get together and there's like 5-10 raiders fans on any givven sunday and im the token Bronco fan
    They're in every state.

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  • ozzies94ta
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    Originally posted by L.M. View Post
    Thanks for checking, Sam --it's good to know people in high places!

    It would be nice if they are truly alternating fairly now between coverage of the two teams. The priority on Dallas really enraged people in Durango (where my parents live) who are in the ABQ broadcast market. Colorado residents forced to watch a Texas team instead of a Colorado team! I think they've solved that now by temporarily carrying the Denver FOX station on gameday? Not sure...

    Unfortunately, I personally know and see more darn Cowpie fans than Broncos fans in the Farmington, Santa Fe and Albuquerque areas where I live or have friends and family, but it's impossible to know which team is more popular for sure. I see Cowpie stickers on cars everywhere, or Cowpie hats. When I pass through Chama too, come to think of it. Their success in the '70s and branding as "America's Team" really has Dallas' popularity widespread across the nation --it's disgusting!

    I've also seen a disturbing amount of Raider fans here in NM, particularly among the Native Americans. One of the radio stations in Albuquerque claims to be "The Home of the Raiders".
    YUCK.

    Sadly there is a sizeable amount of Raiders fans here in st louis missouri too...im friends w a few and one owns a sports bar so we all get together and there's like 5-10 raiders fans on any givven sunday and im the token Bronco fan

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