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  1. 2017/18 EPL Thread

    Ironic, on an NFL forum I think VAR is good, in that it should get more controversial decisions right, but it is in its infancy and they need to figure out a way of letting people in the stadium know what the f is going on. Also, a cap on the amount of times they use it. Give the coaches 2 challenges each, like NFL. Things like Iheanacho's goal - VAR win, things like Willian's non penalty - VAR Shambles
  2. Transfers & Rumors: Deadline Drama!

    I hate transfer deadline day. HATE it. It was OK a few years ago until it became self aware and then believed it's own hype and tried to become more and more of "a thing". You used to have to make a bit of effort to enjoy it which made it worth it. Now it's being shoved down your throat whilst you get screamed at about how enjoyable it is.
  3. Will Tom Brady Become The Greatest...

    1. Pele 2. Federer 3. Bolt Maybe.
  4. Will Tom Brady Become The Greatest...

    Not sure why you're trying to reason with that one.
  5. Votes are anonymous. I don't mind saying that I'm probably Center-Right. I take certain aspects from the left (Environment, Animal welfare, Guns etc) and some, perhaps more, from the right (Immigration, security, free market, welfare state). I'm into politics, so just wondering
  6. Is it fair to say NE are the Man United of the NFL? -Most successful team of the past 15 years or so -Coached by one of, if not the, best head coaches, who has no problem adapting with the times -Inevitable tough period when said coach retires -Most silverware in the league -Bandwagon fans What do you reckon? One of the biggest differences, I think, is that United didn't suffer when they lost their best player (Ronaldo, for example). Whereas I think NE would struggle if they lost Brady, no matter what.
  7. Matchups in a given season we missed out on.

    I'd like to have seen how Rodgers' Packers fared against Broncos IN Denver (2015) missing his top receiver (guess that's Nelson) and most of his OL. For me, that game cemented how much Brady meant to us - he was abused and still led a massive comeback that fell just short (missed XP killed us). It's a strange one, but I was in awe of what Brady was doing. I suspect Aaron would do the same, but I just wanted to make sure
  8. Oh right. Give me an hour and I'll come back with our fan-mail....
  9. Eagles vs Patriots SBLII GDT

    Thought you meant RBs throwing the ball then. Now that would be left-field.
  10. Eagles vs Patriots SBLII GDT

    Because they have a better team that us and it's a bad matchup for us.
  11. Which Team Has the Best Overall Roster?

    Yes. Very much so. If you're into PFF - Mason (RG) and Andrews (C) made top 5 for their position, I think. RT is brutal and LT (Solder) had a bit of a down year (personal issues, perhaps).
  12. Which Team Has the Best Overall Roster?

    I think Fournette would greatly appreciate Shaq Mason (RG) and his pulling/nailing second level. Not massively keen on Thuney yet, but Mason has received a lot of credit this season. Don't think he was particularly good against JAX though.
  13. Eagles vs Patriots SBLII GDT

    @eagles18 Your team is about to play it's first superbowl in 13 years. It should be a really exciting time for you. This thread was set up to discuss the game, tactics, strategy, players etc etc - which we're all doing. You choose, however, to come on here and post an old article to incite yet more hatred/mouthbreathing/baiting etc? Put the keyboard down. Step away from the car.
  14. Which Team Has the Best Overall Roster?

    Cooks over your WRs, for me. Who's your RG?
  15. Is Star Wars the most overrated film series?

    No it's not. First of all, I like about half of the movies. And I'm asking a question. So on edge.