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  1. Right now we've got 10 quarterbacks on pace to throw at least 32 touchdowns this season. Last season only 2 quarterbacks threw over 32 touchdowns.
  2. Idiots from the top down in that organization. One, maybe two running plays with a big lead would have won that game. Matt Ryan doesn't know a damn thing about playing winning football.
  3. Weak effort from the Chiefs offense. Good to see some holding calls even if they were against the team I was rooting for.
  4. Really? People are acting like he was going to carry the team on his back to a championship.
  5. I was confused by that statline until it was explained that sacks for a loss subtract from a quarterback's passing total. Carr actually threw for 32 yards but was sacked for -37 yards. I don't really follow the logic. I think if a QB is sacked before he can complete a pass it should count as a negative rushing attempt if anything. Now if he completes a pass behind the line of scrimmage and the receiver is tackled for a loss, then I understand it being subtracted from his passing yardage.
  6. Best nickname of the season: Crappolo I know week 1 isn't technically finished as of this writing but right now I'm picking this nickname to go the distance.
  7. He also had the benefit of a really good game from Zeke. 2 TDs and 127 all-purpose yards. If Zeke were to maintain that pace through the rest of the season he would have over 2,000 yards from scrimmage and 32 touchdowns. Dak has to do better or he'll be auditioning someplace else next season for alot less money.
  8. Dak is making out like a bandit with that $31mil franchise salary. All the stats in the world are meaningless if you can't even get into FG range in a 2-minute drill. Especially against a team like the Rams.
  9. Drew Brees praying he doesn't have to kneel to end this game.
  10. Jimmy G. is your QB and you need to score a touchdown. Do you do it with the passing game or keep it on the ground?
  11. Gardner Minshew and Ryan Fitzpatrick beg to differ.
  12. They're making a movie about Brady and the Patriots tentatively titled "The World has Seen Enough".
  13. I should have linked a National Geographic article on covid instead? Or made a partisan political comment? Please be consistent in your moderation. This thread is about the health threat posed by covid and whether there will even be a NFL season in 2020 because of it. My point was to put context to the number of covid deaths vs. everything else that kills far more Americans every year. Whether its sports, education, employment or just everyday activities you have to wonder how long people in that age range are going to keep hiding under rocks when the odds of serious health complications are astronomically low for them.
  14. There will be no NFL season in 2020. Yep. Forget about football in 2020. I guess we should just be glad we aren't getting browbeaten by the elite for the link between obesity and heart disease. (2017 data) https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/leading-causes-of-death.htm Number of deaths for leading causes of death Heart disease: 647,457 Cancer: 599,108 Accidents (unintentional injuries): 169,936 Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 160,201 Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 146,383 Alzheimer’s disease: 121,404 Diabetes: 83,564 Influenza and pneumonia: 55,672 Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis: 50,633 Intentional self-harm (suicide): 47,173 Source: Deaths: Leading Causes for 2017, table 1 pdf icon[PDF- 2 MB]
  15. We.Are.All.Going.To.Catch.Covid. Regardless of that, the world is going to continue to be paralyzed by it for at least another 6 months, maybe a year. At this point I'm more interested in a cure for texting and driving but what do I know.
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