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Uncle Buck

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  1. QB EJ Manuel retires

    Was EJ Manuel still on an NFL roster when he decided to retire? If so, I don't understand how anyone would ever do that. Being a clipboard holder and getting paid huge money seems like about as good of a gig as anyone could ever get if they can't really play at a high level. I'd keep signing contract after contract for as long as I could find a team that would have me.
  2. Was Tony Dungy an elite head coach

    Elite DC - Yes Excellent Head Coach - Yes Elite Head Coach - No HOF Head Coach - No Way
  3. Steal 1 Player From Division Rival?

    True, but Rodgers was missing players badly on a lot of passes too. It wasn't all on TT and MM. He shared some of the blame in his struggles.
  4. Keep One/Delete One

    I don't really know. I like the nickname and the colors but I'd rather keep the name because of the tradition.
  5. Keep One/Delete One

    For the Vikings: General Manager or Head Coach - I like the job Rick Spielman has done as GM, but Mike Zimmer is one of the best coaches in the league. Offensive Coordinator or Defensive Coordinator - With Zim around we can get along without our DC much more than our OC. Best Offensive Player(non QB) or Best Defensive Player Kicker or Punter - Flip a coin on this one. Team Jersey or Team Helmet Team Nickname or Team Colors
  6. How will the dynasty end?

    I'm hoping they both retire together because if that doesn't happen, one of them has their legacy tarnished to some degree. If Brady retires and Bill still wins, then the Brady haters will say the Patriots' success was all because of Bill and that Brady was just a system quarterback. If Brady retires and Bill never wins again, there will be people saying that Bill just lucked into having the GOAT at the most important position on the field. If they both go together, the mystique remains and the debate can go on forever. Fans of both of these icons of the game will all be right.
  7. Steal 1 Player From Division Rival?

    Considering the way Rodgers played last year and also what they are paying him, I'd keep him right where he is.
  8. Steal 1 Player From Division Rival?

    That's who I was going to say. Give me Khalil Mack from 'da Bears.
  9. NFC North Rivals 2019 Talk

    Regarding the two teams picking Gary and Hockenson, I was kind of surprised the way it went because there were a ton of mocks leading up to the draft where the two picks were reversed with Detroit taking Gary and Green Bay picking Hockenson. As a fan of a rival NFC North team, I think it would have been worse if the picks were actually reversed because Rodgers and Hockenson could probably do some real damage, and I bet Gary would have fit in really nicely on that Detroit defensive line. Either way though, both teams probably got a very good player. It will probably take a couple of years to decide if either team made a mistake.
  10. NFL All-Decade Teams, Decade-by-Decade

    That's what she said...
  11. JPP fractures neck; potentially out for the season

    Single car accident, caused by the driver playing with fireworks when he should have been concentrating on his driving...
  12. Adrian Peterson would sometimes switch from hand to hand, but he usually carried the ball in his right hand, no matter which side of the field he was running on.
  13. Yep. Definitely Gruden and his Raiders.
  14. Biggest Freak of all time?

    He was the second one I thought of after Randy Moss. Michael Vick was electric with the ball in his hands, and as you said, he could throw it a mile too.
  15. Is it blasphemy to like more than one team?

    Me too.