1. gammaXray

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    I don't care about Brady's Politics but he is the Greatest of all Time !! What a game with an incredible comeback !! Falcons up 28 - 3 less than 2:30 left 3rd. qtr. !!
    Like many I thought it was over !! a 91 yrd. drive & 2 pt. conversation to tie !! a 75 yrd. drive in OT for the Win !! What a Heartbreaker for Atlanta & their fans !!
     
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  2. justpassingthru

    justpassingthru No Rest For The Wicked

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    The last time I heard famous last words like that was "The fucking safety better be on if you are going to wave that thing around !!!"
     
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      What would be the ODDS for a Team to score two TD's & two 2 pt conversations in the last 6 min. to Tie a game ?? I admit I was WRONG !! instead of somebody makes EXCUSES of why his Prediction was off !!
       
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  3. Savva

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    Snowflakes in Atlanta have begun rioting. They have vowed to burn down all of their own homes.

    The rioters are demanding a recount. They are making death threats to the scorekeepers, demanding that they de-certify the score and have a do-over.

    The ACLU has threatened to sue Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft and the referees.

    A Judge in Washington State has voided the Patriots win and declared that the Seattle Seahawks are the 2017 Super Bowl Champions.

    Roger Goodell is claiming that the Russians hacked the scoreboard, although he has still provided no proof.
     
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  4. gammaXray

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    Super Bowl LI delivered a record-setting amount of craziness, as evidenced by the number of Super Bowl records set or tied.

    Super Bowl records set

    Most games: 7, Tom Brady

    Most games, head coach: 7, Bill Belichick

    Most games won, head coach 5, Belichick

    Most points, game: 20, James White

    Most passes, career: 309, Brady

    Most passes, game: 62, Brady

    Most completions, career: 207, Brady

    Most completions, game: 43, Brady

    Most passing yards, career: 2,071, Brady

    Most passing yards, game: 466, Brady

    Most touchdown passes, career: 15, Brady

    Most receptions, game: 14, White

    Most games, team: 9, New England Patriots

    Largest deficit overcome, winning team: 25 points, New England

    Most points, overtime period, team: 6, New England

    Most first downs, game, team: 37, New England

    Most first downs, game, both teams: 54, New England vs. Atlanta Falcons

    Most first downs passing, game, team: 26, New England

    Most first downs passing, game, both teams: 39, New England vs. Atlanta

    Most offensive plays, game, team: 93, New England

    Most passes, game, team: 63, New England

    Most completions, game, team: 43, New England

    Most passing yards, game, team: 422, New England

    Most passing yards, game, both teams, 682, New England vs. Atlanta

    Super Bowl records tied

    Most games won: 5, Brady

    Most touchdowns, game: 3, White

    Most two-point conversions, game: 1, James White; Danny Amendola

    Most sacks, game (since 1982): 3, Grady Jarrett

    Most two-point conversions, game, team: 2, New England

    Most two-point conversions, game, both teams: 2, New England vs. Atlanta

    Most first downs by penalty, game, team: 4, New England
     
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  5. Savva

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    I missed part of it, but they say watching this game was a lot like watching the election returns last November.
     
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  6. clarise

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    Nearly gave up at the half, but I watched the halftime show-- cool drone cloud, and I loved the keyboardist's halo shaped keyboard (ok, ok, maybe it was just a prop)... and I don't really like pop, so I'm not into Ms. Gaga. Before last night didn't even know what she looks like, so I don't get the whole transgender thing. She's a woman, you fools, and incredibly fit... Great voice, too, I must concede....

    Then when the Patriots finally got a touchdown, the extra point bounced off the goalpost and that's when I left the room...

    But everyone else was still watching, and getting crazier and crazier, so I went back in for the last three minutes. Most incredible championship game comeback I personally have ever seen, not just in football which I don't really follow, but maybe in any sport.
     
  7. RandyKnight

    RandyKnight Have Gun, Will Travel

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    trump calls Pats by 8

     
  8. pussy in boots

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    Brady had his game jersey stolen from his equipment bag after the game. Texas Rangers are investigating.
    It's being call the MOST valuable sports memorabilia in history. Wonder how long before it shows up on Ebay?
     
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      I'll never sell it!!
       
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    The victory parade tomorrow will likely exceed Boston's official crowd capacity several times over, despite bad weather in the early morning commute. Could be well over half a million people. There will be a lot of kids playing hookey with their parents. Quite a few teachers, too, for that matter.

    Football stadium attendance was way down this year, league-wide, but not in New England. Gillette Stadium was packed to the rafters, every game, and there is a three year waiting list for tickets.

    Brady Haters Beware: the Patriots Dynasty is only beginning. Tommy has only five Superbowl rings. His other hand is feeling left out.
     
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      Y'all have THE #1 quarterback of all time. I'd gloat like hell if he played for the Cowboys and had 5 SB rings.
      What a helluva football player.
       
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  10. Savva

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    Tom Brady has a new commercial out poking fun at Roger Goodell.

     
  11. JustPassingGas

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    Mama Mia,
    Papa Pia,
    Baby's got the diarrhea!
    Mama said it wouldn't hurt,
    So Daddy ate it for dessert!
     
  12. pussy in boots

    pussy in boots ride em cowgirl up

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    Cowboys release Romo. He's a free agent as of today. He should retire from football. Become a sports announcer.
     
  13. RandyKnight

    RandyKnight Have Gun, Will Travel

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    WOW guess need to listen to sports radio again.....

    I think he will still be a 15 million dollar hit on our cap the next 2 years.....
     
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    Cowboys have about 7 mil. To work with. With Romo gone it'll be about 15 mil.
     
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  15. RandyKnight

    RandyKnight Have Gun, Will Travel

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    I bet jerry hated letting him go....he had really counted on him....

    I dont think he is announcer material...
    and I dont think he can stay well more than 6 games into a season someplace else....

    If he is not picked up can he come back here for less money and be our back up?
     
  16. RandyKnight

    RandyKnight Have Gun, Will Travel

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    They will let him go today and so far the cowboys have paid him 127 million bucks....

    He was fun to watch but just could not seem to win the big games....
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      Quarterback coach?
       
      pussy in boots, Mar 9, 2017
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      Very possible ----
       
      RandyKnight, Mar 9, 2017
  17. arturo69

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    The Bears could do with a part time quarterback that's cheap.
     
  18. RandyKnight

    RandyKnight Have Gun, Will Travel

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    Lots of teams need QBs will be interesting to see what happens with Romo....


    Published dec. 14, 2016

    Candidates for release


    1) Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears: NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport has reported that the Bears haven't ruled out keeping Cutler. This sounds like covering bases in case Chicago makes a coaching change and the new head man wants to keep Cutler around at a relatively affordable $12.5 million. The team could also try to see if he fetches even a late-round draft pick, like Carson Palmer did on his way out of Oakland. If that's the case, the rest of the league should call the Bears' bluff and wait for Cutler to be released. Even the last survivor on Cutler Island (ahem) admits he's been in Chicago too long.


    2) Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers: Rapoport reported in early December that Kaepernick will void his contract to become a free agent after the season. At this rate, he's not going to replace the $14.5 million he's set to make from the 49ers next season. His freedom to choose his next destination could be worth more than that to Kaepernick, and we are dubious the 49ers would want to keep him at that salary anyhow. He's had a few nice moments this season, but Chip Kelly hasn't shown great confidence in Kaepernick with his play calling. A top-level backup contract sounds more likely than a real chance to start.

    3) Robert Griffin III, Cleveland Browns: There's no getting around how scattershot Griffin has played in his two 2016 starts. Unless he improves his play, it's more likely that RGIII falls right out of the league than becomes Week 1 starter again.

    4) Nick Foles, Kansas City Chiefs: He's somehow due $10.75 million next season. That looks like a contract intended to be discarded unless Foles is competing to start.

    Free agents


    1) Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins: It's hard to imagine the Redskins letting Cousins hit free agency, barring a total meltdown over the remainder of this season. Since a long-term deal will be complicated, the team could retain him using the franchise tag for a second straight year, which would cost nearly $24 million. That sounds crazier than Cousins turning into a mad bomber, but it's only a one-year commitment, and the salary cap is set to soar. If Olivier Vernon can earn $17 million per season on the open market, $24 million sounds like a bargain for a quality starting quarterback.

    2) Mike Glennon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Yeah, there's a massive drop from Cousins to the rest of the free-agent crop.

    Glennon started 18 games over his first two seasons, throwing for 29 touchdowns, with 15 interceptions and 4,025 yards. Those numbers stack up well with other first- and second-year starters, as does Glennon's arm strength and anticipation. I ranked him as the No. 22 starter in the league as a rookie, although his play fell off behind a dreadful line in 2014. Buried behind Jameis Winston the last two years, Glennon's lack of mobility and slow trigger limit his ceiling. But he could turn into a Kerry Collins-like starter who works in a vertical offense. We'd like to see him get a chance.

    3) Brian Hoyer, Chicago Bears: Hoyer has proven to be the perfect 1B quarterback option. You don't want him starting Week 1, but he's outplayed high-profile competition in his last three spots. He's a known commodity.

    4) Geno Smith, New York Jets: His ability to connect with teammates in a leadership position is a bigger concern than his play. Get past the jokes and the headlines, and Smith is a compelling blend of talent, experience and youth. His last four games of the 2014 season were downright intriguing. Perhaps his ceiling is only that of a replacement-level starter, but teams could do a lot worse looking for a young backup.

    5) Ryan Fitzpatrick, New York Jets: After 12 seasons and six teams, Fitzpatrick is no mystery to NFL organizations -- they know what the 34-year-old has to offer. He should continue to find work for a few more years, just not as a starter.

    6) Matt Barkley, Chicago Bears: I want to see more over the next three weeks, but Barkley's promising audition with the Bears thus far is going to keep him employed in the NFL for a long time.

    7) Case Keenum, Los Angeles Rams: By all accounts, he's a guy coaches love having around. His limitations throwing deep become more obvious the more he plays.

    8) Matt McGloin, Oakland Raiders: In a perfect world, he'd be a rich man's Keenum.

    Other names to watch: Mark Sanchez, Dallas Cowboys; EJ Manuel, Buffalo Bills; Blaine Gabbert, San Francisco 49ers; Matt Cassel, Tennessee Titans; Ryan Mallett, Baltimore Ravens; Landry Jones, Pittsburgh Steelers; Shaun Hill, Minnesota Vikings; Ryan Nassib, New York Giants

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  19. pussy in boots

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    Looks like Jones is going to Milk Romo for all he can.
    Instead of releasing him, he's going to trade him to Huston or Denver the two most likely teams.
    Hope he stays in Texas.
     
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      Romo needs dome.....he came from the north but he dont do cold very well...
      He better have a damn good O line also...
       
      RandyKnight, Mar 10, 2017
  20. RandyKnight

    RandyKnight Have Gun, Will Travel

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    NFL Free Agency starts today and Romo still in Dallas...
    Jones can't let go.....
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