Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by Ryan, Nov 22, 2009.
Pass some time on here till tomorrow at least
So what results are we wanting to see to help us in the playoff race?
I'm too tired to think things through that deeply.
Indy taking care of Baltimore right now 14-9.
Epic battle between Cleveland and Detroit. 24-24
Bills over Jags
Colts over Ravens
Chiefs over Steelers(not looking good)
Pats over Jets
Oakland over Cinci
But mainly we gotta focus on taking care of our own business tomorrow.
i have a feeling a lotta ppl r gonna be kicked off the 9er board today .......
Hey whats the best site for watching games online?
Terrel Owens 98 yard touchdown catch!
Not looking good for them...
Ye Olde Curse of Crabtree striking again.
Anyone see that scuffle between Terrance Newman and Coach Campo? Any details? Looked like Newman was about to send Campo to the moon!
Looks like Jags are gonna win again.
What gutsy play by Matthew Stafford at the end of the Lions/Browns game! A leader may have been born in Detroit.
Well the Jags came from behind and beat Buffalo.
Kansas City gave up 515 yards to Pittsburgh but beat them in overtime. They aren't missing Larry Johnson too much it seems. Jamaal Charles had 224 total yards (boosted by a kick return for a TD) and 2 TDs.
Oakland stunned the Bengals. It's turning out to be a good day for us. A win tomorrow night sure would help.
With a win over the Titans tomorrow night this would be the perfect week of football for our playoff hopes minus the Bills snatching defeat from the jaws of victory against the Jaguars.
Damn, Michael Vick just ran like a dog was chasing him. 3rd and 1 and the wildcat blew a hole a truck could go through.
Jay Cutler is so awful it's hilarious.
The last Bears game I saw on TV the thought kept coming to me about Cutler. They kept showing him on the sidelines seemingly all by his lonesome at the end of the bench watching......nothing.
I hate to give props to Brady and Peyton Manning, but when their defense is on the field you see those guys looking at formation snapshots, talking to coaches, receivers, running backs...etc. I know Cutler comes off as nonchalant, but watching him do nothing on the sidelines after throwing int after int is just not giving a *** no matter how you slice it.
Thanks for this Ryan and congrats on 2k posts.
4 out of 5 ain't bad.
Now to take care of our own business.
Cutler and the Bears will get the ball with 2:00 and a 24-20 deficit on their own 21. I'm interested.
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