Are you ready for some Football?!

Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: dcrane On: Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:46 am

SteveZee wrote:Yeah the Pats get allot of smack talk about this or that. Spy gate is still brought up years later when everybody was doing it. They are just a well coached team with team players. Not allot of superstars. Rookies and older established guys. The hurry up offence worked well yesterday. :D


now every other team will copy/paste Bill's hurry up offense next year like they copy/pasted his tite end concepts and like they copy/paste every other thing he does through the years :D the reason everyone else is always a step behind is because they cant seem to think up any original concepts that work as well as Bill Belichick's mind LOL
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: michaelanthony On: Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:54 pm

[quote="SteveZee"]Yeah the Pats get allot of smack talk about this or that. Spy gate is still brought up years later when everybody was doing it. They are just a well coached team with team players. Not allot of superstars. Rookies and older established guys. The hurry up offence worked well yesterday. :D[/quote.....I think Tom Brady and coach Belichick are maniacal, cut throat, deviant bastards. Brady hides behind the male model image and Belichick, the quiet reserved type. BRILLIANT! 8-) :shh: I admit I loved Steve "12 touch down rushing" Grogan, John "the hog"Hannah, Stanley"the steamer"Morgan, and Sam Bam Cunningham these Pat's are nasty :punk:
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: franco b On: Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:27 pm

That San Francisco quarterback is incredible. I don't think he will be stopped.
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: SteveZee On: Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:09 pm

franco b wrote:That San Francisco quarterback is incredible. I don't think he will be stopped.


If they keep playing like they did against Green Bay, they could win it all.
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: coalkirk On: Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:24 pm

SteveZee wrote:Go Pats! Nice Game. Can't believe the Ravens got by Denver but glad they did.


I don't know how many of you actually saw this game but without a doubt, it was one of the best NFL games I've ever seen. I'm not just saying that because the Ravens won. It was an awesome game. It's being rebroadcast on the NFL network tonight at 8:00 if any of you have that channel. Worth the watch.
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: michaelanthony On: Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:53 pm

coalkirk wrote:
SteveZee wrote:Go Pats! Nice Game. Can't believe the Ravens got by Denver but glad they did.


I don't know how many of you actually saw this game but without a doubt, it was one of the best NFL games I've ever seen. I'm not just saying that because the Ravens won. It was an awesome game. It's being rebroadcast on the NFL network tonight at 8:00 if any of you have that channel. Worth the watch.

Very true, any football fan will love it. It was like a heavy weight title fight 15 rounder and the guy gettin' his ass kicked pulls a jake LaMotta on the other guy! Not a fan Joe Flacco but definately his best game ever!
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: michaelanthony On: Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:57 pm

franco b wrote:That San Francisco quarterback is incredible. I don't think he will be stopped.
They said that about Michael Vick, it's their defense that's got them there.
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: dcrane On: Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:57 pm

michaelanthony wrote:
franco b wrote:That San Francisco quarterback is incredible. I don't think he will be stopped.
They said that about Michael Vick, it's their defense that's got them there.


TRUE THAT!

and i agree that Bronco/raven game was one of the best ive ever watched (epic battle!), to bad none of these teams really hold a candle to those damb Patriots (for the Pats' to loose it requires a team to get "Lucky") :mad:
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: coalkirk On: Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:51 am

dcrane wrote:
michaelanthony wrote:
franco b wrote:That San Francisco quarterback is incredible. I don't think he will be stopped.
They said that about Michael Vick, it's their defense that's got them there.


TRUE THAT!

and i agree that Bronco/raven game was one of the best ive ever watched (epic battle!), to bad none of these teams really hold a candle to those damb Patriots (for the Pats' to loose it requires a team to get "Lucky") :mad:


Well we will see this Sunday. Ravens just beat the colts and the Broncos and we already "got lucky" against the Pats once this year. We've beat them in Foxborough before. This team is for real now that they are healthy. Should be another great game.
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: SteveZee On: Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:59 am

[/quote]

TRUE THAT!

and i agree that Bronco/raven game was one of the best ive ever watched (epic battle!), to bad none of these teams really hold a candle to those damb Patriots (for the Pats' to loose it requires a team to get "Lucky") :mad:[/quote]

Well we will see this Sunday. Ravens just beat the colts and the Broncos and we already "got lucky" against the Pats once this year. We've beat them in Foxborough before. This team is for real now that they are healthy. Should be another great game.[/quote]

I think it will be a good game and close also. Any of the teams left have a legit shot at the Superbowl. Personally I think San Fran, if they are playing like last week, have the best shot followed by the Pats, but it's anyone's game. I watched the Bronco's/Raven's game and never thought they would pull that out of the hat like they did. It was amazing and helped by Payton Manning and some poor conservative decisions by the Bronc's. I would have never let that last 30 sec in regular time expire without taking a shot at it a couple plays. That is why Pay-me Manning makes the kind of dosh he does!
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: michaelanthony On: Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:13 am

SteveZee wrote:


TRUE THAT!

and i agree that Bronco/raven game was one of the best ive ever watched (epic battle!), to bad none of these teams really hold a candle to those damb Patriots (for the Pats' to loose it requires a team to get "Lucky") :mad:[/quote]

Well we will see this Sunday. Ravens just beat the colts and the Broncos and we already "got lucky" against the Pats once this year. We've beat them in Foxborough before. This team is for real now that they are healthy. Should be another great game.[/quote]

I think it will be a good game and close also. Any of the teams left have a legit shot at the Superbowl. Personally I think San Fran, if they are playing like last week, have the best shot followed by the Pats, but it's anyone's game. I watched the Bronco's/Raven's game and never thought they would pull that out of the hat like they did. It was amazing and helped by Payton Manning and some poor conservative decisions by the Bronc's. I would have never let that last 30 sec in regular time expire without taking a shot at it a couple plays. That is why Pay-me Manning makes the kind of dosh he does![/quote]
Baltimore has one big receiver and a running back, stop Rice and you stop the Ravens!
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: coalkirk On: Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:37 am

Well I'm not going to start trash talking but if you AND Bellechek think that's all it will take to beat the Ravens, it's going to be a good day for us. 8-)
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: anthony7812 On: Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:46 am

franco b wrote:That San Francisco quarterback is incredible. I don't think he will be stopped.


I give him 3 years before he is out of the league with serious injuries. When will people learn that a running qb will not be the long term answer. San Fran better get a good back-up. This is what scared me with washington. Cousins is a damn good QB, but the over hype went to the runner RG3, not wishing hurt on anyone but looked what happened thier. You eagles fan know the drill, what happened to your runnning qb? My .02 cents. Watch out for Tebow is my suggestion, he is big enough to be a runner, he has just lacked a good coach. He had a chance in denver but elway never liked him from the start.
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: Richard S. On: Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:49 am

anthony7812 wrote: You eagles fan know the drill, what happened to your runnning qb? My .02 cents


It's been my observation with Cunningham, Mcnabb and in part Vick they always get hurt in the pocket.
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Re: Are you ready for some Football?!

PostBy: michaelanthony On: Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:16 am

Richard S. wrote:
anthony7812 wrote: You eagles fan know the drill, what happened to your runnning qb? My .02 cents


It's been my observation with Cunningham, Mcnabb and in part Vick they always get hurt in the pocket.

Good point, Marino would have won superbowls if he had a defense. Brady knows, and Marino knew how to fold when the pocket collapes. Ellway and Farve are exceptions to the rule they were tough as nails. They probably played both sides of the ball in high school. Kapernick was a pitcher and I think he was drafted in his junior year in college.
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