NFL 2013: Week 7

So the Texans lose on a QB turnover again?

QB fumble better than a pick 6?

Gumbie wrote:

If Reynaud isn't cut by the next game I'm boycotting the rest of the season. Dude is literally worthless.

Edit: 49'ers fans may be more obnoxious than Steeler fans.

I don't know, those yellow towels are pretty bad.

Smith auditioning for a McDonald's commercial: "Off of Watt, off my helmet, and into my hands. Beat that Kaepernick."

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I thought Keenum looked pretty good, but once the Chiefs had halftime to adjust, they started to make him pay. Zero first half sacks was followed by five second half sacks, including the game winner.

But I think Keenum bought himself one more start. He played well under pressure, despite the two fumbles late.

karmajay wrote:

Man TB and Jaguars in fight for #1 pick.

Hey now, don't forget about the Giants yet.

Stele wrote:

So the Texans lose on a QB turnover again?

QB fumble better than a pick 6? :?

Can't tell if serious. Fumble didn't really lose the game.

Wow. That fake end around was so pretty. Almost worth the refs botching the fumble call.

Trent Richardson continues to be flat out terrible.

S0LIDARITY wrote:
karmajay wrote:

Man TB and Jaguars in fight for #1 pick.

Hey now, don't forget about the Giants yet.

I don't think they would be picking a Qb though.

About that 2nd A. A Smith gig, anyone know (without google search) who the only Qb was that both passed and caught a TD path on the same play? (If I remember correctly...)

We may have 4 people at 5-0 (and the oddsmakers) if the Broncos win tonight. Meanwhile 2 people can go 5-0 if the Colts win.

Wow. The Colts are for real.

It's the pork chops that Luck has. It gives him an advantage over Manning.

That end of half drive by the Colts was a thing of beauty.

Thoroughly enjoyed Eric Decker giving up on a play to try and draw a flag.

thejustinbot wrote:

Thoroughly enjoyed Eric Decker giving up on a play to try and draw a flag.

Not sure about that one. There are a -lot- of blown pass interference calls going on. If you watch the replay, that CB was all but tangled up with Decker.

Hey did anybody catch how many DBs that the Colts dressed tonight? I really need to know.

Xeknos wrote:
thejustinbot wrote:

Thoroughly enjoyed Eric Decker giving up on a play to try and draw a flag.

Not sure about that one. There are a -lot- of blown pass interference calls going on. If you watch the replay, that CB was all but tangled up with Decker.

They were barely hand fighting and the ball landed about 3 feet away from a dude who is 6'5". Make an effort like you get paid to and don't count on the refs.

Stele wrote:

Hey did anybody catch how many DBs that the Colts dressed tonight? I really need to know.

:D

Not enough it seems.

One possession game.

Hope nobody thought it was over and went to bed.

thejustinbot wrote:
Xeknos wrote:
thejustinbot wrote:

Thoroughly enjoyed Eric Decker giving up on a play to try and draw a flag.

Not sure about that one. There are a -lot- of blown pass interference calls going on. If you watch the replay, that CB was all but tangled up with Decker.

They were barely hand fighting and the ball landed about 3 feet away from a dude who is 6'5". Make an effort like you get paid to and don't count on the refs.

You have a funny definition of "hand fighting."

thejustinbot wrote:

Trent Richardson continues to be flat out terrible.

Quoting myself here.

Soooo tired, but it's a 6 point game, and Peyton is doing so well, finally.

Reggie Wayne all alone, drops ball, and comes up hurt.

Manning pulls a Romo!

Man, I should not be up this late watching this. But I can't not be up this late watching this.

Now they look dumb for going for 2.

Yeah that replay looked like he recovered his own fumble. He's on his knees with a hand on the ball, pinned to his thigh. Indy defender is reaching for it to take it away but he's already down with the ball.

Might not have got overturned on challenge, but if it had been called Denver ball it probably would have stayed.

karmajay wrote:
S0LIDARITY wrote:
karmajay wrote:

Man TB and Jaguars in fight for #1 pick.

Hey now, don't forget about the Giants yet.

I don't think they would be picking a Qb though.

About that 2nd A. A Smith gig, anyone know (without google search) who the only Qb was that both passed and caught a TD path on the same play? (If I remember correctly...)

Brad Johnson. During his time in Minnesota. Not sure exactly which year.

Andrew Luck should get an Academy Award for selling that one. Or a Premier League contract.

Hillman, you're fired. Colts may win this game but they are getting Georgia'd. Ref, now you're fired.

And a final firing for Vontae Davis for preparing for Tom Brady this week. Close enough.