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Discussion in 'Offtopic Lounge' started by Twelve4s, Jan 8, 2017.
Ok sports fans, vote now. Make comments.
If you're still going to include the Giants and Dolphins, then you should include the Browns.
I did this cause 777's Giants were left off first poll, which like this one is based on the bookies picks, not mine. And this format only allows ten choices. Just ain't fair.
I understand. The Browns are the Rodney Dangerfield of the NFL. "No respect. No respect at all."
Fortunately, the Indians are going to be picked by some to win the 2017 World Series. The Cavs will probably get some votes to win the 2017 NBA Championship. And Ohio State...they got rid of Tim Beck.
It will be interesting to see how the Cowboys (particularly Prescott, Elliott) play in their first playoff game. If only Ohio State had used Zeke better in 2015.... Can't rewrite history, but at least the sources of the play calling issues that have hindered Ohio State the past 2 seasons have moved on.
With fans like this the Patriots are a lock to win Superbowl:
Spygate, Deflategate, and now Fire Alarm-gate. New England cheats.
I wouldn't be surprised if Pay-off-the-officials gate has been used by the Patriots for years.
How about bounty gate? Does that mean the Saints are paying off refs too? This list can get longer, with Brownies being excluded. They lose without any assistance.
I'd like to see Atlanta win it all. Owner Arthur Blank seems like a genuinely nice guy...
The difference is cheating has been a recurring theme with the Patriots organization. On the field, Bountygate was more talk than anything IMO, but off the field the Saints coaching staff was severely punished.
I've never seen a quarterback take the punishment Farve did during that superbowl game. # 69 in particular was a bad boy. Farve was a very brave quarterback and never said anything against that team. It was obvious they were out to kill him.
297 consecutive starts. NFL record holder. Terry Bradshaw also took horrible beatings, and they both played before all the rules to protect the QB.
Bradshaw deserved to be hit like a drum for recording and putting out a horrible album. Plus, he was a Steeler.
Worse injuries I have seen at a game since watching that big defensive back fall on Joe Montana's leg and snap it in half. One was a horrible accident. One was deliberate conspired assault unseen by compliant referees. Favre and me are way different. I would have get some satisfaction after watching the tapes.