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Originally Posted by Jakester23 View Post

O I thought you were say Weller tried to injury Talib

 

I think if the Broncos were really trying to injure Talib, they probably wouldn't have used their oldest, smallest receiver (Welker, 5'9", 185) on a pick play. They would have used Eric Decker (6'3" 214), Demaryus Thomas (6'"3. 229) or Julius Thomas (6'5", 250). 

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Originally Posted by geauxforbroke View Post

I think if the Broncos were really trying to injure Talib, they probably wouldn't have used their oldest, smallest receiver (Welker, 5'9", 185) on a pick play. They would have used Eric Decker (6'3" 214), Demaryus Thomas (6'"3. 229) or Julius Thomas (6'5", 250). 
Exactly I think Wes was a little surprise Talib was running right at him. It almost looked like Wes kinda feel into him. Usually the guy being picked is watching and tries to avoid the pick. They both looked like they were expecting the other guy to move.
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http://www.wpxi.com/news/sports/nfl-might-eliminate-boring-extra-point/ncwB8/

 

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One possible new scoring system would grant seven points for a touchdown, according to Goodell. The post-touchdown kick could still be attempted -- giving a team eight points -- but if the kick failed, the team would actually lose a point, dropping the touchdown score back to six.

Another possible tweak to make the extra point more exciting would be to move the ball back so it's not so easy to get it through the goal posts.

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How many points does the team get if they kick Goodell?

post #870 of 1006
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post
 

How many points does the team get if they kick Goodell?

 

Eleventy billion.

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by geauxforbroke View Post

Eleventy billion.
Threve.
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Now that I've cooled down and dried my tears I have to say Niners vs. Seattle was a great hard hitting I dont like you type of game. Im not gonna cry about the bad calls as we were up 10-0 and had the momentum. No excuses! I just want to get my guys healthy and back for another run at this SB Championship. Now for the things I did have a problem with was that some memebers of the "12th Man" threw popcorn and food at Navorro Bowman as he's being carted off the field................Stay Classy Seattle. Say what you want about Sherman, I do think he crossed the line but the guy backs up evey word he utters. Along with his apology Sherman posted this for MMQB

One thing I can’t accept is what I read after the game about Seahawks fans throwing food at 49ers linebacker Navorro Bowman as he was being carted off the field with his knee injury. If it’s true, it’s beyond terrible. That’s as low as it gets. I’m sure whoever did this is in a small minority of fans, because I don’t think that kind of action is an accurate representation of the character of the 12th man. Navorro Bowman is a great player who plays the game the right way. When he went down, I dropped to a knee and prayed for him. He deserves better than having food thrown at him as he’s carted off a field. All players deserve better than that.


Finally something from Sherman I take my hat off to
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I think I just became a Richard Sherman fan. Any time you can expose a dope like Bayless, I'm on board. Bayless never wants to make it about the game, he always has to introduce extraneous stuff to make his point.

 

"I'm better than you at life..."

 

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Whatever people may think of Bayless and usually it's not much, Sherman doesn't have the right to say things like that to any man I don't care what Bayless has done that's for Bayless to live with deal with not Shermans responsibility to expose, I think everyone can come to their own conclusions without his help.

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Whatever people may think of Bayless and usually it's not much, Sherman doesn't have the right to say things like that to any man I don't care what Bayless has done that's for Bayless to live with deal with not Shermans responsibility to expose, I think everyone can come to their own conclusions without his help.


 



Im not sure where I stand on that. Bayless has made his mark on TV being hyper-critical of athletes. Skip seems to be the type of guy that can dish it out but cant take it. Maybe Sherman didnt have to resort to name calling but I can understand where the anger comes from. Jalen Rose in my opinion destroyed Skip the best by calling him Water Pistol Pete. And exposing Bayless as a bench warmer in high school. That REALLY made Skip angry to the point where he had to "explain" his bench warmer status on the next show. Classic You Tube material. I wont post it here as this is an NFL thread but it's worth a look.
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Anybody else think that Richard Sherman looks like a mean and "slightly" stronger version of Doug E. Doug?  (The funny one from Cool Runnings)

 

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I'm not a Brady-hater, but I thought this was pretty funny:

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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post
 

Anybody else think that Richard Sherman looks like a mean and "slightly" stronger version of Doug E. Doug?  (The funny one from Cool Runnings)

 

 

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LOL!!! Yeah Man.........ooooh
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Here is an appropriate question... Who else here feels that the NFL, and Goodell in particular, are idiots for scheduling the Super Bowl in New Jersey in February?  Considering the current weather, if this sort of storm happens any time on or shortly before Super Bowl Sunday, it will be the biggest fiasco in NFL history.  Only one thing could possibly have convinced them to do it, and that is someone gave them a boatload of cash.  Talk about corporate graft.  

 

As a commissioner, Roger Goodell is only a faint shadow of Pete Rozelle or Paul Tagiabue.  I predict that if this goes bad, he disappears under the avalanche.

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I think it's a terrific idea. I think you overestimate the odds of a major storm and the negative effects it would have.
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I think it's a terrific idea. I think you overestimate the odds of a major storm and the negative effects it would have.

Agreed. We had this discussion a few pages ago.
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