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  1. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    I just wanted to login real quick to let all of the Patriots haters/doubters/snowflakes know that you can all go f*ck yourselves. That's it. Oh, and that you haters/doubters/terrible prognosticators can all eat sh*t. Really, that's it. I know that is a lot of information to digest, so let me write it again in list form, if that would be helpful... 1.) F*ck yourselves 2.) Eat sh*t Really, truly, that's all I have to say. But then again, as I'm thinking about it more--while you may fall into the hater/doubter/terrible prognosticator bucket; you might not know it. So, please let me help you with that as well with these four simple questions... - Did you at one point this season suggest that Tom Brady is falling off a cliff? - Did you consistently rank the Patriots out of the #1 spot in your fake power rankings? - Did you consistently suggest that clearly inferior teams were on par with, if not better than the Patriots? - Did you at some point believe that [insert the mediocre quarterback of your chosen team] would outplay Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr.? If you fall in the above line of questions, then you may A.) F*ck yourselves and B.) Eat sh*t. I leave the order in which you fulfill these responsibilities to your own discretion. You can either eat your own sh*t, and follow that by penetrating yourselves. Or, you can get right to penetrating yourselves, and cap that afternoon delight off by eating a good piece of sh*t -- almost like an after-coitus cigarette. Really, the choice is yours, and believe me when I say it: you've earned every bit.
  2. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    No. Those quarterbacks enter the conversation because fans outside of New England need something to cling to when desperately trying to avoid the blunt reality that Tom Brady is easily the GOAT, and it's not close. Tom Brady and the Hoodie have essentially broken the NFL, and fans outside of New England can't wrap their biased little brains around it, so they search for any detail to create arguments that say otherwise. It's pathetic, actually. Or they do what you just did, in part, and create their own version of history to reflect the desire to debate who the GOAT is. This analysis is terrible. Truly. Peyton Manning/Aaron Rogers have nearly always had better receivers than Tom Brady. Troy Aikman had great receivers during his SB runs, and let's not forget a little known name in Emmitt Smith giving him room to throw. Elway was basically sitting next to Dan Marino until Terrell Davis got him to two Super Bowls. I mean, I could go on and on, really. Your view on Dan Marino is the only one that is accurate, by my estimation. Dude, I appreciate your posts, because the rest of the meatheads on this forum are typically best served by keeping to the sexy girls threads, but sometimes your analysis is cringe-worthy biased and self-serving. When I post about Tom Brady, I at least make it clear that I am total homer, but also incredibly correct. ( ) That you try to veil this dreck in objectivity is almost Trumpian.
  3. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    I never thought the Chiefs had a legitimate chance at anything, despite a Week 1 win against the Patriots. Alex Smith is a meager step up from Ryan Fitzpatrick as a starting quarterback. And he always has been.
  4. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    This isn’t outside the norm for the Patriots in Miami. It’s pretty well documented. New England fans all know Brady often plays average-to-poor down south. I’m enjoying watching the Patriots play their usual hit-or-miss game in Miami. Gronk being out is an issue, sure, but the Patriots have played poorly all game. Top-down. Bad scheming, bad play by Brady. Soft defense.
  5. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    Tom Brady being casually listed on the injury report is something that has been happening for many years.
  6. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    I don't think that hit was dirty at all. Could he have blocked Burflict with less impact? Sure. But both players were practically running chest forward at each other. It's not JuJu's fault that Burflict kept his eyes entirely on the ball-carrier. Now, the Gronk hit? THAT was dirty. And I loved it.
  7. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    Peace out, Ben McADon't. Literally, no one is going to miss you. Related-but-unrelated: Marvin Lewis has to be the luckiest motherf*cker on the planet to still have his job.
  8. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    I think they do that anytime they're in Seattle, 'cause clearly they're hip to the Seattle grunge scene of the 90s. Yo, Philly is a good team, but they're also somewhat pretenders. They've played mostly inferior teams, and if not out-and-out inferior; the teams have been inferior at positions specific to PHI's talents. I said this a week ago or so, but Wentz is going to have no idea what to do with complicated NFL blitz packages. He's been able to get away from 3 or 4 man rushes at the line, but more complicated LB / CB blitz packages are over that dude's head. And I don't blame him: dude is a second-year player, after all. Last night's game is going to serve as a model for all other teams to pick apart PHI moving forward. Seattle's defense being somewhat in shambles right now doesn't help the narrative that PHI is going to be able to stand up against proven NFL commodities. We shall soon see! So far, I have reason to believe that if Seattle and New Orleans make it to the playoffs, that they're the teams in the NFC to beat. I am not getting on the PHI and MIN hype trains. I have no reason to believe either team is ready to handle the spotlight pressure.
  9. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    Ben McAdoo looks like a f*cking clown on the sidelines.
  10. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    Read any QB statements about this story (from Steve Young to Tom Brady) and pretty much all of them have said that if they were Eli, they would have told the Giants to eat shit, as well.
  11. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    In my estimation, management knew they were moving away from Eli--they offered him the chance to start games, but not finish them, and he turned that down. Gino probably wound up being the choice because they probably don't want a straight-up Bills-from-last-week episode of QB shuffling incompetence by putting in the 3rd-string rookie QB. There are no secrets in Gino's game; dude has started over 2 seasons worth of games. Everyone knows what Gino's game is about. Giants management blew it. Mara blew it. Eli is going to walk away from this whole thing as a martyr, just like Bolt said.
  12. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    Spoken like a true bottom feeder who’s been waiting for their uppercumance after what feels like a generation of woeful ineptitude.
  13. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    I am by no means a Giants fan, for obvious reasons. I take great joy in taking shots at the Manning legacy in the NFL. This all being said, Ben F*ckadoo benching Eli Manning is a disgrace. F*ckadoo and Jerry Reese clearly care more about their positions than honoring a career that has brought the Giants more success than the majority of their quarterbacks. Gino fkn Smith... F*ck you, Ben F*ckadoo and Jerry Reese. May the Giants not reach the playoffs for the remainder of their tenure.
  14. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    Meanwhile, Baltimore is wondering where handlebar stache Joe Flacco went. Do you remember a time not long ago when Joe Flacco told reporters that he thought himself ‘Elite’? What a hum-dinger.