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  1. Was Super Bowl LIII "boring"?

    I thoroughly enjoyed it. I don’t see how anyone can say the defenses weren’t amazing. Goff sucked and the Patriots lacked big plays and at times execution, but each defense executed their assignments extremely well. I really enjoyed watching Suh’s assignments as he moved often from tackle to end, and was in on some key run stops and pressures. The FB blow up he had on the first play of the game was awesome. The Patriots’ D was smothering, from the pressure on Goff to the tight coverage in the secondary. Very fun game, it just could have been closer. (Regardless of the Rams being in it until the final minutes meant nothing. It was obvious a Goff-led team wasn’t beating the Bill/Brady.)
  2. Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs. Patriots - Poll Added!

    All of my likes. Can’t stand all of the “terrible game” references I see in general. Great game by two defenses.
  3. Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs. Patriots - Poll Added!

    Really enjoyed this SB. I just get ticked when people act like a game is bad or a team is bad just because a particular side is not performing well (ie offense). This isn’t said when the other side isn’t performing. The Rams defense was amazing as was the Patriots defense, regardless of how terrible Goff was and how inexplosive the Patriots O was. Really wish they’d give the Patriots D the MVP.
  4. Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs. Patriots - Poll Added!

    This is the game you deserve for shoehorning in an LA team into the Super Bowl, NFL.
  5. Bengals to hire Raiders QB Coach Brian Callahan as OC

    Why are you generalizing so much, rather than being specific? I’d assume because the specifics don’t support you. Bill Callahan has not just been a OL coach; he was a HC twice. He may or may not desire to be one at this stage, which can’t be proven either either way so that’s be a speculative point at best, but the fact that he has had the desire and been a head coach refutes the point entirely. If you’ve got to put so much lipstick on something like this (i.e. all this theatrical spinning talk you’re doing), it’s probably because you’re putting it on a pig. Just put it as simple and unbiased as possible, no theatrics: we have a failed HC now (possibly) working under his son [oc] and his protege [hc]. Not to say it isn’t impossible for someone to be filled with pride moreso than embarrassment in this scenario, but that takes a particular kind of man (which ventures into a whole other discussion that is very specific to who Bill is as a person... which I won’t get into much, but I will say he was the HC of my team and his character, or lack thereof, is well documented). Let’s be clear: this isn’t the same thing as a father son business where after many years the father gets long in the tooth and hands the main duties to his longtime employee and his son. This is a case of him - calling a spade a spade - working under his son and protege.
  6. Bengals to hire Raiders QB Coach Brian Callahan as OC

    Yes that would be embarrassing no matter how you put lipstick on it. Unless he genuinely doesn’t want a higher position.
  7. Bengals to hire Raiders QB Coach Brian Callahan as OC

    That’s be embarrassing for Bill. To be OL coach when you’re son is your OC, and when your former QB is your HC.
  8. They don’t have a specific spot in the voting for coordinators. But they’d obviously just roll him in the HC section if he were good enough (which I’d have no problem with).
  9. Name Your Goat Offensive QB/RB/4 WR's/TE

    Shiancoe doesn’t fit. He was actually good.
  10. AFC Championship: Patriots vs. Chiefs

    This x100. I’ll miss the hell out of them.
  11. AFC Championship: Patriots vs. Chiefs

    As much as the playoffs have sucked, this week has been incredible.
  12. AFC Championship: Patriots vs. Chiefs

    Yeah that was a great call.
  13. AFC Championship: Patriots vs. Chiefs

    WTF I’m dying 😭 thats a penalty?!