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Week 12 Turkey / Ham / Apple / Pear Day Gameday Thread - CHI@DET, LV@DAL, BUF@NO


Who Wins   

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  1. 1. CHI or DET?

    • Chicago & mighty Andy Dalton
    • Detroit & mighty Jared Goff
  2. 2. LV or DAL?

    • Las Vegas & Derek Carr
    • Dallas & Dak Prescott
  3. 3. BUF or NO?

    • Buffalo & Josh Allen
    • NO & Taysom Hill (OK, I suppose Trevor Siemien has a shot)


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Just now, J-ALL-DAY said:

If the BIlls were not going to go for it, why waste a TO there? Just take the penalty and punt it. Coaches frustrate the crap out of me when they do this. 

yep.. I assumed they would bring the offense back out since they called the TO

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2 minutes ago, Malfatron said:

so, question here.

say you have the lead and  are trying to punt the ball and waste the clock.

now, the play stops when the balls stops moving.

couldnt the punting team do like a baseball move and blow the football around on the field so it keeps moving and wastes the entire clock?

What kind of lung capacity do you think they have?

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2 minutes ago, Dome said:

Falcons had a QB named D!ck Shiner and that is the worst name.

On September 16, 1973, while playing for the Falcons in a game against the New Orleans Saints, Shiner became the first person to post a perfect passer rating, during what was the first season in which the statistic was officially kept. 

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1 minute ago, ThatJerkDave said:

What kind of lung capacity do you think they have?

if you get the whole team doing it.

they could lie on turf in a circle around the ball and blow it back and forth.

could be an endgame strategy to keep in the coaching back pocket

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1 minute ago, Malfatron said:

On September 16, 1973, while playing for the Falcons in a game against the New Orleans Saints, Shiner became the first person to post a perfect passer rating, during what was the first season in which the statistic was officially kept. 

Not surprised. Saints of the 70s were notoriously promiscuous. 

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