NFL 2011 Week 15

*Legion* wrote:

I don't even know who some of these Jaguars are.

I don't know why the Jaguars were slotted three primetime games this season.

Rat Boy wrote:
*Legion* wrote:

I don't even know who some of these Jaguars are.

I don't know why the Jaguars were slotted three primetime games this season.

Between last week's Bucs-Jags game, tonight's Falcons-Jags game, and what I expect Saturday's Bucs-Cowboys game to be like, I need to start investigation self-lobotimization procedures.

Guy Whimper mention! Take a shot!

It was asked if Mel Tucker is auditioning for the Jaguar job.

But it's Mike Mularkey who is putting on the audition tonight. He knows he is being considered for the job.

The problem with having Tebow as your QB is that like most running backs his career as a useful player will be 3-4 years tops unless he develops his passing game. But there seems no incentive to develop him this way...and he seems content to play his game. Short sighted as that is but hey he is winning right now and the NFL is all about right now.

I would still draft another QB if I was Denver but good luck trying to get him reps and a gameplan that is essentially 180 degree change from Tebows.

Rat Boy wrote:
*Legion* wrote:

I don't even know who some of these Jaguars are.

I don't know why the Jaguars were slotted three primetime games this season.

College does it so much better.

The Texans got no Sunday night, no Monday night, and just the toothless challenge of the winless Colts on a Thursday night.

Perhaps only Jowner and I will get a kick out of this, but I'm posting it anyway:
Gurley chooses Green Bay practice squad over Vikings roster

TheGameguru wrote:

Tebows.

Oh god, there's more than one now?

Fedaykin98 wrote:
Rat Boy wrote:
*Legion* wrote:

I don't even know who some of these Jaguars are.

I don't know why the Jaguars were slotted three primetime games this season.

College does it so much better.

The Texans got no Sunday night, no Monday night, and just the toothless challenge of the winless Colts on a Thursday night.

Yes, but did you honestly think the Colts would be winless prior to the fact Manning wasn't going to play this season? This was an awesome prime time matchup. Granted, I think that the Texans deserved more than one, but the one they got should have been an awesome game going into the season.

*Legion* wrote:

* I've been hypothesizing an eventual return of the 230+ pound running back - whether it's workhorse tailbacks like Earl Campbell or the heavy ball-carrying fullback like Christian Okoye. The pendulum always swings back and forth, and with offenses going to spread-like concepts, defenses are getting smaller and lighter - which seems to be begging for a pendulum swing back to a power attack.

Reading that made me think of the Gronkowski catch & run.

Excellent point, Kush.

Patriots at Broncos
Eagles at Jets
Ravens at Chargers
Steelers at 49ers
Packers at Chiefs

Fedaykin98 wrote:

Excellent point, Kush.

Actually, I will change part of my point and back you up a little. The more I think about it, I don't like to count Thursday night games as "Prime Time", considering that there's a good chunk of the country that doesn't have the NFL Network as part of their package. It's not like ESPN and NBC, where pretty much everyone has those two stations for Sunday and Monday night.

So yes, the Texans got hosed. But it should have been a better matchup. I think you will see more Prime Time Texans games next year now that they won their division.

Well the new tv contracts they were talking about this week had more Thurs night games on NBC right?

So I trust you all heard about the Sam Hurd arrest, correct? Well, you probably shouldn't talk about it in Dallas.

Rat Boy wrote:

So I trust you all heard about the Sam Hurd arrest, correct? Well, you probably shouldn't talk about it in Dallas.

Snitches get stitches

TheGameguru wrote:
Rat Boy wrote:

So I trust you all heard about the Sam Hurd arrest, correct? Well, you probably shouldn't talk about it in Dallas.

Snitches get stitches

Word to the streets.

Hey for once I get an extra game instead of one less game for being in the Tampa market. They're showing the game on the local ABC station.

STOP WATCHING NOW AND SAVE THE PAIN.

Pats
Jets
Ravens
Steelers


Packers
over Chiefs

Donte Robinson says the Jags recievers are f*cking jokes

Tampa scored the first 14 against Jacksonville. Since then, they have given up 69 unanswered points.

Edit: FINALLY A @#$!!! SCORE.

Gumbie wrote:

Donte Robinson says the Jags recievers are f*cking jokes

They pretty much are, and it certainly didn't help that the two most talented ones were out with injury.

Jacksonville signed Taylor Price off waivers and stuck him on the field 12 days later for Dunta Robinson to cover.

MilkmanDanimal wrote:

Tampa scored the first 14 against Jacksonville. Since then, they have given up 69 unanswered points.

Edit: FINALLY A @#$!!! SCORE.

A few more losses like that and Jeff Fisher will be the new Tampa coach (hopefully).

karmajay wrote:
MilkmanDanimal wrote:

Tampa scored the first 14 against Jacksonville. Since then, they have given up 69 unanswered points.

Edit: FINALLY A @#$!!! SCORE.

A few more losses like that and Jeff Fisher will be the new Tampa coach (hopefully).

I suspect the Glazers will be unwilling to meet Jeff Fisher's price. Unfortunately. I'd love to have him in Tampa, but it isn't happening.

Patriots
Jets
Ravens
49ers

And because I am nearly buried at the bottom, I'm going to go out on a huge limb with my wildcard pick.

With a new coach and a home crowd, the Chiefs are going to surprise the Packers and end that perfect season today.

karmajay wrote:
MilkmanDanimal wrote:

Tampa scored the first 14 against Jacksonville. Since then, they have given up 69 unanswered points.

Edit: FINALLY A @#$!!! SCORE.

A few more losses like that and Jeff Fisher will be the new Tampa coach (hopefully).

I can't wait till Fisher gets another a job and doesn't do sh*t. The Fisher hype for the teams that need a coach is hilarious to me.

The G-Men kind of suck so far. The Deadskins have no desire to win this game and have done everything to give it to them. But the Giants just want it less.

Early still, I know. But man, this is hard to watch.

This game sucks worse than my mother-in-law's visit this morning.

Jayhawker wrote:

With a new coach and a home crowd, the Chiefs are going to surprise the Packers and end that perfect season today.

Looking that way so far. How many balls can the Packers drop?