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Kiltman last won the day on February 13 2018

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  1. I think % will be in favor of 11, but we’ll go 12 personnel the vast majority of the time inside the 35/40. If the d is good 50/50, if they can’t stop people 60/65% in 11
  2. Vikings still have the same issues they had two years ago. QB isn’t good enough to make a difference and they lack depth. Lot of talent but they trail off as the season goes. I think them in Week 6 should be a good matchup for them compared to later in the year. Bears seem set for a regression without Vic, defense is hard to maintain at those top spots unless they are truly special. We always seem to lose to the Seahawks, at least it’s not in Seattle this time. I hate playing the Pats when we do. Both coming off a bye, in the later part of the season. It’s where they tend to expose teams, especially with having played the Lions earlier, could find a wrinkle that hurts us.
  3. The stupid part of me would be worried if the eagles did that, that they would then be destined to let down in the playoffs. (Thanks Andy) They will lose some of those I’m sure, but they can very realistically win any of them too. One thing about Doug is he tends to get guys going at the end of the year. Brandon Brooks doesn’t get hurt we probably win that Saints game and would’ve got to a super bowl again the way they were playing. And we had a ton of injuries again. If the new medical and training staff can net even a tiny percent better result with the players I’ll be ecstatic.
  4. Interested to see which way the Rams go this year. McVay either lives up to what people think of him, learns from his mistakes and helps make Goff better. Or the unravelling you saw in spots last year, most notably in the Super Bowl, continues. Staying the same probably won't be good enough
  5. no clue, the only narrative all offseason was will he be healthy all year...that's all you ever hear. All the minor narratives like stretching the field and runningback were both thoroughly washed away with the addition of Desean, Jordan Howard and Miles Sanders. Hard to argue against the potential of the team that has so many weapons a great oline and a QB two years removed from MVP level play. The Eagles have a chance to put up some crazy numbers collectively this year.
  6. NFC East: Now half good!

    Yep, dude sucked. Whined when Carson didn't end his bye week to take insta pics so that he could show Philly how much about the grind he was. Stopped trying almost immediately. Forgot about pouting for that one play in the Bears game, and that was about it. I tried to rationalize the whole trade when it happened...but who could've known how much he just personally sucked. Gotta put that up there as one of Howie's dumbest moves.
  7. Peters isn't quite as universally dominant...which is not really his fault. Just the times and offense he's been in the most. He's a freak though and has some parts of his game that are amongst the best all time. Like I'm sure you can put his kick step and athleticism up there..which is weird with his bodytype but it's true. For a position that is so hard to truly judge, I'm fine with saying he's somewhere in the top 15 tackles all time at the very least. It's between him and Joe Thomas as the best of their era. Kinda the same thing where Joe has more all around traits and is a prototype. But JP had traits further up the best ever list, if that makes sense. Hard to evaluate with how bad the Browns were, rarely got to see Joe. When Peters gets put in the hall he'll likely be lauded as the best of his era.
  8. NFC East: Now half good!

    its been guessed that it was Golden Tate, in part at least. Who was butthurt from day one with Wentz Not sure the other guys, but there could be more in prime positions for sure...he's a goobery type A guy...that wont gel right away with some guys. On Wentz to fix it, but he plays like he can no one will care. Winning and good QB play tend to heal all wounds, at the very least to a workable extent. It's not ideal, but so far it's not an ongoing thing. It was one report, with 1 to a couple anonymous people. And he came out and addressed it straight on. Not much else there at the moment
  9. NFC East: Now half good!

    a solid strategy
  10. NFC East: Now half good!

    Hard to deny the love that was, even when they hurt you
  11. NFC East: Now half good!

    I wish everyone could watch the OTA highlights like us Those FB checkdowns were ELIte, future of the game
  12. NFC East: Now half good!

    Love the sneaky, Aikman wasn’t that good, take @Danger
  13. NFC East: Now half good!

    Im just glad we can get one more shot at the playoffs before Eli with the talent of Peyton takes over. I want a animated film like Anastasia of the tale of the long lost Manning son.