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  1. Also remember that Randy Moss went off against Deion Sanders: six receptions, 9 yards and two touchdowns on November 8, 1999. Moss went off for three touchdowns versus the Cowboys (scores of 51, 56 and 56 yards) the prior Thanksgiving, but Sanders missed that game.
  2. Except that those stats are off. Because the Patriots played Revis and the Jets twice in 2008, twice in 2009 and once (with Moss in 2010). Not three times. Unless those stats are from 2009 and 2010, then you have a very much post peak Moss, which isn’t a fair comparison at all.
  3. Do NFL executives want a Patriots-Cowboys Super Bowl LIV?

    Why would they care? There is no correlation between the team playing and the ratings.
  4. Let’s look at the matchups: In seven matchups with the Patriots Randy had 4 touchdowns. Is giving up four touchdowns really shutting him down? At best, it’s limiting the damage. Note that two of those seven games, had Cassel at QB.
  5. Where would Kurt Warner rank among current QBs?

    1999 Kurt Warner would arguably be the best in the league. He was doing things with with those older rules than were out if this world. The numbers still look good, but more human today, but remember you could hold, grab and basically tackle receivers back then.
  6. Patriots place LT Isaiah Wynn on IR (To miss at least 8 weeks)

    The depth at tackle was pretty glaring this year versus past seasons when Waddle and/or Flemming was at the swing tackle spot, and Cannon before them. The retirement of Veldheer et al. Seemed to catch them flatfooted.
  7. Patriots place LT Isaiah Wynn on IR (To miss at least 8 weeks)

    Two injuries in two years is unfortunate. Nevertheless, he did not have injury problems in college, accordingly it’s probably too early to call him injury prone or soft.
  8. Do NFL executives want a Patriots-Cowboys Super Bowl LIV?

    Fan bases are incredibly UNimportant in the Super Bowl. Everybody watches the game regardless of the fan base. It gets a 65 to 70 share. Regardless of team. May be a storyline helps, but it’s not something so esoteric (from the non-football fan’s prospective) as a “great offense” or Ray Lewis’s final game. Remember those additional fans aren’t NFL fans, all NFL fans are already watching.
  9. Do NFL executives want a Patriots-Cowboys Super Bowl LIV?

    Does it matter who is in the Super Bowl? Is there any factual evidence that team or market correlates with ratings for THAT game (as opposed to other playoff games and Primetime games, where there surely is correlation)? I mean Denver playing Carolina had better ratings than a game involving LA. The most watched Super Bowl was New England vs Seattle. A game involving Atlanta had much higher numbers than a game involving the Eagles. You might theorize that the half time show has a bigger affect on ratings than the teams which play the game, as even casual nfl fans are going to watch the game, while fans who don’t care at all about football might tune in for the halftime show.
  10. Multiple Dolphins Players Request Trades After Loss

    I don’t think Minkah, as a second year player, should really be telling a coach who came up under Belichick how to organize his defense. He’s basically saying he’s incapable (as a safety) of being versatile. It’s not like he is Darrell Revis and has years of NFL experience as a coverage corner.
  11. Odell wears 350k watch during game. Stupid or not?

    We could turn this into an interesting watch related thread.
  12. Best 3 WR set

    AB, Gordon and Edelman has potential. But they haven’t played a down together yet.
  13. Odell wears 350k watch during game. Stupid or not?

    Richard Mille sponsors tons of athletes. Nadal, Bubba Watson, F1 drivers, among others. So it’s possible he’s being paid to wear this watch.
  14. Odell wears 350k watch during game. Stupid or not?

    It was because stupid it was a Richard Mille. If it was a classic Paul Newman Daytona Rolex, that would have been much smarter.
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