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post #16 of 2194
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So...what's the point of his holdout exactly? He seems to just be fucking himself. How is his position better next summer?
post #17 of 2194
it's not. he just wants to be a special flower, imo. it only hurts him. 0 power in negotiations.
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Matty Ice
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I love football, but I hate NFL pre-season games. The Colts seem to always play to loose prior to the season so I don't watch or go to those games.

In general, I agree with you. But I was excited to watch a couple of the new additions. Angerer, Hughes, etc. Those are names you'll see a lot this season IMO. And it's kind of cool to watch b/c they are so willing to experiment with positions/players and plays.
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I'm out of the country, but supposedly Tebow threw a strike of the long ball that was dropped...? Doing better than Brady Quinn?
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Still preseason, but w/e.

Colts got their asses handed to them today, but watching the game was good. We signed several good additions to the team, and the defense is looking good for it being the first game of the season. Excited to see Bob Sanders play on Thursday, and hopefully we will see 4 or 5 games before his inevitable yearly season-ending injury. Jerry Hughes is a massively talented kid, and for him to learn/play alongside Freeney and Mathis will be great for him IMO.

Who are you guys looking forward to watching this year?


How soon before Sanders gets injured.
post #22 of 2194
Liked the packers focus on faster release for Rodgers, but did not like what seemed to be him staring at his primary.

Curious to see if the track record of the Martz offense producing superstar runningbacks holds true for the kid in Chicago.

Sorry I won't see many Chargers games.
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How soon before Sanders gets injured.

Hopefully he makes it the whole season. Supposedly this is the healthiest he's ever been to start a season.
post #24 of 2194
Vikings need a quarterback. Really should have drafted one.
post #25 of 2194
Aaron Rodgers + Jermichael Finley FTW. Sage Rosenfels FTSpinningHelicopterLoss. /thread
post #26 of 2194
Go 'Skins.....

Okay...I'll take the bait. The dismantling of the Bills with decent, mistake free football makes me optimistic. Even though thsey played atrotious at times under Zorn, they had some odd moments last year that made me think that they were not that far off (they took NO into overtime). 2 Things create certain success in the NFL: a good defense and a good O-Line. Those will have you contending for the playoffs every year. What takes teams over the top is rarified skill at some key position (QB, D-Line, RB) or some combination of the upper higher level of skill. Look at the past few SuperBowls: the Saints had Brees and a solid defense, the Colts had Manning and co.

So.....is McNabb a rare talent? Probably not, but he finds a way to win. If the 'Skins defense holds and the O-Line gels.......then who knows. I am certainly more excited then I was this time last year.
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I wasn't real happy with the Bears O-line but that wasn't a big surprise. Since it is pre season I'm not to worried about it yet. If they can get the o-line to play decent then the division will be wide open.

I think the Jets will have a much better year then 8-8. I think the Jets, Bengals, & Texans will have a good year & will make it in to the playoffs. I'm hoping the bears will be in there as well.
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I'm out of the country, but supposedly Tebow threw a strike of the long ball that was dropped...? Doing better than Brady Quinn?

sure, most qbs in the league (third stringers included) are probably better than brady quinn
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sure, most qbs in the league (third stringers included) are probably better than brady quinn

true, but brady quinn could bench them
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true, but brady quinn could bench them

Plus he's a hottie.
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