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Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11950 on: Thursday 9 February 2017, 10:53:34 PM »
f***ing go play in traffic you Blair Walsh c***

It's that time of year again. :lol:

So we replaced the Blair Walsh b****** with Blair Walsh.

 FFS.

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11951 on: Thursday 9 February 2017, 11:07:08 PM »
 :smugdog:

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Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11952 on: Thursday 9 February 2017, 11:39:33 PM »
Absolutely guaranteed that he'll be playing on a HoF level now that he signed with Seattle.

c***s

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11953 on: Monday 13 February 2017, 08:26:30 PM »
Saw a good stat today.

NFL started keeping track of QB hits in 2006. Since then, only four players have 50+ sacks and QB hits combined over the course of a season. Demarcus Ware had 50 in 2008, Jared Allen had 54 in 2011 and Robert Quinn had 53 in 2013.

JJ Watt is the 4th guy to manage it. He had 63.5 in 2012. He then had 56.5 in 2013, 71.5 in 2014 and then 67.5 in 2015.

Ludicrous numbers. :lol:

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11954 on: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 03:54:47 PM »
Has the new season started yet?  Needs to f***ing hurry up already.

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Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11955 on: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 04:00:48 PM »
Has the new season started yet?  Needs to f***ing hurry up already.

It's going on right now! Aren't you following all the franchise and transition tag excitement?!?. ONLY 13 DAYS UNTIL THE SCOUTING COMBINE STARTS! MORE MOCK DRAFTS, PLS, KIPER AND MCSHAY!!! :frantic:

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11956 on: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 04:30:55 PM »
Has the new season started yet?  Needs to f***ing hurry up already.

It's going on right now! Aren't you following all the franchise and transition tag excitement?!?. ONLY 13 DAYS UNTIL THE SCOUTING COMBINE STARTS! MORE MOCK DRAFTS, PLS, KIPER AND MCSHAY!!! :frantic:

I'm still waiting for the article comparing each draft prospect to a super hero, until then I'm not interested

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11957 on: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 05:42:47 PM »
im not ready
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Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11958 on: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 08:24:13 PM »
I think that's you done tbh Dan, you're basically the new Mike now.


Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11960 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 04:43:41 PM »
I'm sure Gronk and Chris Hogan will receive invites too.

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Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11961 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 04:48:13 PM »
What would you all do with Tyrod if you were the Bills' GM?

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11962 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 04:58:42 PM »
What would you all do with Tyrod if you were the Bills' GM?

Send him to the Browns with thanks, and also give the Browns a first round pick for the hell of it.
Obviously, I'm speaking of a hypothetical world in which there is a greater club than Tottenham.

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11963 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 05:02:06 PM »
Keep him and play him.

Too many s*** QBs around. Too many failed rookie prospects. He's serviceable. Top 20 QB probably.

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Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11964 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 05:06:12 PM »
...but EJ

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11965 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 05:20:34 PM »
Cut him, trade your ageing good players and tank in 2017 while giving your young players a shot. Trade back in the coming draft and load up on 2018 picks and draft plenty of linemen on both sides of the ball and another QB to develop with the selections you do make this year. Hope some of your youth does well in 2017 and aim to be a good young team in 2018 after hopefully getting a top QB prospect in the 2018 draft or else having developed Cardale or another guy.

Tyrod is a passable starter but I don't see him ever being anything more. Just too inconsistent a passer IMO.

Not enough teams commit to an actual rebuild IMO. I personally loved the Browns approach last year, think it'll work out for them in the end.

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11966 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 07:40:27 PM »
Cut him, trade your ageing good players and tank in 2017 while giving your young players a shot. Trade back in the coming draft and load up on 2018 picks and draft plenty of linemen on both sides of the ball and another QB to develop with the selections you do make this year. Hope some of your youth does well in 2017 and aim to be a good young team in 2018 after hopefully getting a top QB prospect in the 2018 draft or else having developed Cardale or another guy.

Tyrod is a passable starter but I don't see him ever being anything more. Just too inconsistent a passer IMO.

Not enough teams commit to an actual rebuild IMO. I personally loved the Browns approach last year, think it'll work out for them in the end.

haha.

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11967 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 07:43:54 PM »
Cut him, trade your ageing good players and tank in 2017 while giving your young players a shot. Trade back in the coming draft and load up on 2018 picks and draft plenty of linemen on both sides of the ball and another QB to develop with the selections you do make this year. Hope some of your youth does well in 2017 and aim to be a good young team in 2018 after hopefully getting a top QB prospect in the 2018 draft or else having developed Cardale or another guy.

Tyrod is a passable starter but I don't see him ever being anything more. Just too inconsistent a passer IMO.

Not enough teams commit to an actual rebuild IMO. I personally loved the Browns approach last year, think it'll work out for them in the end.

Guess it depends how s*** you think they are right now. I was going on the assumption their roster isn't nearly as poor as their results have shown. Not sure ginge will be too big on the notion of them tanking.
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Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11968 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 08:27:48 PM »
Cut him, trade your ageing good players and tank in 2017 while giving your young players a shot. Trade back in the coming draft and load up on 2018 picks and draft plenty of linemen on both sides of the ball and another QB to develop with the selections you do make this year. Hope some of your youth does well in 2017 and aim to be a good young team in 2018 after hopefully getting a top QB prospect in the 2018 draft or else having developed Cardale or another guy.

Tyrod is a passable starter but I don't see him ever being anything more. Just too inconsistent a passer IMO.

Not enough teams commit to an actual rebuild IMO. I personally loved the Browns approach last year, think it'll work out for them in the end.

Guess it depends how s*** you think they are right now. I was going on the assumption their roster isn't nearly as poor as their results have shown. Not sure ginge will be too big on the notion of them tanking.

I was looking at it from the perspective of the GM. Tell McBurnip that he gets a pass for 2017 and to just focus on installing his systems and trying to develop youth.

Obviously the HC is going to want to keep all the best players he can.

I honestly have no idea how good their roster is tbh. They have a bunch of Rex Ryan hybrid dickheads on their D now though so not sure where those guys are gonna fit in the 4-3 I assume they'll be running now. They also lost their offensive co-ordinator who by all accounts was the brains behind their stellar running game so I figure there'll be a drop-off there, especially when you consider they've handed total control of the offense to an OC who was so bad in his last two attempts at the job that his HC suffered health problems from having to basically do the job himself.

Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11969 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 08:32:31 PM »
They'll fire his sexy ass after a year of tanking no matter what they tell him beforehand. I will not accept this plan.

Oh, more importantly, I'll be back on Madden February 24 when it hits the EA Vault. FREEEEEEEE
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Re: SUPER BOWL - There is no God
« Reply #11970 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 09:12:55 PM »
Gilmore, Brown & Alexander are all free agents this year, so there's 1/4 of their D gone.

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Re: NFL Offseason - Still no God
« Reply #11971 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 10:18:13 PM »
**Adrian Peterson - $18,000,000
1. LeSean McCoy - $8,875,000
2. Jonathan Stewart - $8,250,000
3. Doug Martin - $7,000,000
4. DeMarco Murray - $6,950,000
5. Lamar Miller - $6,500,000

RB salaries for 2017. :lol: AP has to be gone, he probably deserves 3m-5m right now and there's just no f***ing way he accepts a 75% cut.

Re: NFL Offseason - Still no God
« Reply #11972 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 10:56:26 PM »
You guys will cut him yeah. :lol:

Nobody is gonna give him more than a couple of million a year with nothing gauranteed, surely?

Logical thing is surely to sign a cheap deal with a contender and try to get a trip to the Superbowl as a role player. Pats would make sense, playing the Blount role.

Backup to Zeke in Dallas?

Packers? :lol:

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Re: NFL Offseason - Still no God
« Reply #11973 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 12:09:50 AM »
Packers would really make sense. :lol:  Giants or Cowboys a possibility too.

Re: NFL Offseason - Still no God
« Reply #11974 on: Monday 20 February 2017, 04:55:22 PM »
People playing Madden 17 on XBox 1...

Apparently the latest patch has made everything right again so I will soon be taking the plunge and will be available for online play. :snod:

Gonna wait until I've finished my current season though, clinched the #1 seed with the Bills. I've jacked the difficulty level up in the hopes of a humiliating loss in my opening playoff game. I will feel Buffalo pain.