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  1. Notable Stats and Observations

    Glad to know Goff is the main reason for the Rams’ wins this year, not McVay. You better never claim the opposite now.
  2. Week 11: Broncos (3-6) at VIKINGS (7-3)

    I'm a huge fan of Janovich. He was an absolute beast in college. He scored on his first touchdown in his first NFL game, and scored on his first carry of the year this year, and makes that ground game work. Wish he'd get the ball more. Rhodes can kick rocks, yes.
  3. Who are a better team: Packers or Vikings

    The Packers have jumped a lot of their recent hurdles this year and have really impressed me because of that. I'll go with the Packers.
  4. SNF Week 11: Rams v. Bears

    Woah, yikes. Zoinks
  5. SNF Week 11: Rams v. Bears

    Many of those are contextual. Illegal formation is to be called every time.
  6. Second favorite teams?

    There's no team I call my second and third favorites, but... Bears and Packers. I love football. These two embody football, good football, like no other teams do. Great venues, great history, and great players. Favre was my favorite player in the league when he was a Packer. (Imagine how I felt when he became a Viking!) I really enjoyed watching Reggie White, Brian Urlacher, Ahman Green, LeRoy Butler, KGB, Mike Brown, and all of the Packers' recent receivers. I have also lived in Wisconsin before. I get that their positives are our negatives, and there is a lot of bad blood between many of the fans, but all that is whatever to me. Not into the Romeo and Juliet type of gang-minded hatred. If the Vikings are in need of a Packers or Bears loss, then I'll root against them fervently, but that's about it. The Steelers are also a team I loved to watch when they had such great defensive players in the 00's and Ben on O with Ward and Bettis. Sadly they look absolutely nothing like they use to, even if they're still average at worst.
  7. SNF Week 11: Rams v. Bears

    Sorry Goff, that won't glitch Bortles into the game.
  8. SNF Week 11: Rams v. Bears

    Second dumbest Vikings player I've ever seen. second only to QB Joe Webb who thought he heard God's voice when he placed on his green sticker helmet for the first time.
  9. SNF Week 11: Rams v. Bears

    THE Chicago?
  10. SNF Week 11: Rams v. Bears

    That was actually really nice touch by Trubisky.
  11. SNF Week 11: Rams v. Bears

    I love defensive battles, but this unfortunately is just two terrible performances.
  12. 2019 Cornerback Coffee Talk, no big whoop...

    I wouldn’t know enough to say with cerainty, but it seems as though Kearse gets a lot of contain responsibilities in the run game when in this formation, so I doubt it. And guys with Kearse’s skill set don’t come around everyday.
  13. 2019 Cornerback Coffee Talk, no big whoop...

    I personally like his hybrid role in the big dime and likewise formations. I don’t see him as a pure safety and I hope no other teams do either.
  14. 2019 Cornerback Coffee Talk, no big whoop...

    Chris Tomassen (sp) sent out a tweet today that Kearse explicitly told him won’t be with us next year. He’s surely heated up the Sandejo signing and not being the starting safety, but FA is a long time away from now and won’t be as brash. I hope we can keep both he and Harris as well as Waynes.
  15. SNF Week 11: Rams v. Bears

    That kick, this game, is yikes.
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