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  1. Is Jason Garrett the new Rasputin of coaches?

    I'm just glad Rasputin is still the HC. May he Clap in Dallas Forever!
  2. The NFC LEast Thread

    It's mind boggling just how bad they are! There is talent on the team especially at the Skilled positions ,WR, RB, TE, CB S. Oh well, to bad to sad! 🍺
  3. Or your Homer Glasses are darker then the ones in your Avi preventing you from seeing the obvious. Congrats! 🍺
  4. Week 6 GDT

    Typical Cam Newton. Absolutely no touch. Laser or nothing.
  5. Week 6 GDT

    Cam's got the accuracy of a 2 yr old!
  6. Week 6 GDT

    Yep. No idea why AJ went out of bounds.
  7. Raiders shopping Amari Cooper, Karl Joseph

    Not sure going from Carr to Dak is the scenery for success Cooper is needing? Patriots always seem to collect everyone else's 1st and 2nd Rd picks when discarded by other teams. Be Hilarious if somehow Brady was given Gordon and Cooper for the foreseable future.
  8. I have no problem thinking or observing myself so keep your assumptions to yourself, thank you. It's clear as day or at least should be for anyone with two eye's and proper vision. He's beyond a distraction, beyond your overly emotional , diva type player you and others make excuses for. He's legit got issues! Now whether those issues truly are mental in say a Bi-polar type way ala Brandon Marshall which wouldn't surprise me in the least, time will tell. His antics on the field makes players like Dez, Antonio, TO look like choir boys.
  9. The NFC LEast Thread

    You mean the team that was 7th in rushing with 1872 yds last time they won the SB vs Atlanta? 7th in rushing in 2004 with 2100+ when they beat the Eagles? The GOAT might of carried them to the other 3 SB but still had top 15 rushing Offenses.
  10. The NFC LEast Thread

    Now that's funny!!!! 🍺
  11. So we can dress 3, ones inactive not counting towards the 45? If so I'm even more perplexed as to why we only dressed 7 OL , when two are hurt/gimp? That's playing with fire.
  12. The NFC LEast Thread

    Say that to Andrew Luck or Dak prescott in his rookie year or Ben Roethlisberger in his rookie year. Or Russell Wilson, Joe Flacco! You can't win consistently in the NFL without a Running game. I'm sorry. That Rams Offense everyone is gushing over is NOTHING with Todd Gurley, nothing. Seattle despite the fact they have no OL, Baldwins been hurt has managed to actually win games, score points and be competitive because they RUN the ball. People are just enamored with the QB and Throwing down field.
  13. The NFC LEast Thread

    So apparently Peters tore his bi-cep vs the Giants but will attempt to play through it????
  14. The NFC LEast Thread

    If they find that house next year, they'll have a Ferrari, Lambo and a Porsche for that 3 car garage! Better then the complete opposite with a Jalopy and broke down Hoopty sitting on the street. Rookie QB's best friend is a Running game. Giants should have that in Spades for the next 5-10 years baring injury.
  15. The NFC LEast Thread

    Sorry but I disagree. Even Great QB have a hard time without a Running game. Nick Foles doesn't sniff the SB without our Top 3 Rushing Attack. Goff and the high powered Rams aren't nearly as scarier or efficient "without" Gurley!!!! Just look at Wentz last night and our 3 losses. The run pass ratio was wacky because we couldn't run to save our life. Russell Wilson, Joe Flacco, both Eli SB, both Elway SB, Ben's 1st, list goes on. Now that's not to say you have to draft a top 3 RB in order to be successful but this idea RB are a dime a dozen, easily interchangeable, don't effect QB play is beyond false! If the running game didn't matter Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees would have more then 1 SB. Yes you have to have Great QB play most times to win SB but without a balanced rushing attack that becomes expedentially harder to accomplish.