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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 6:15 pm 
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At what point is OK to switch allegiances from your childhood favorite team to the team of the city you are currently living in? Grew up a Cowboys fan, but grow tired of all of JJ's douchebaggery. I have recently embraced ASU, now I'm thinking about the Cards. Been in AZ 12 years now. Can I make the switch?

This is a done deal.

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I know. I feel good about switching to a shit team. Does this make me a back-runner?

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turned2black wrote:
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At what point is OK to switch allegiances from your childhood favorite team to the team of the city you are currently living in? Grew up a Cowboys fan, but grow tired of all of JJ's douchebaggery. I have recently embraced ASU, now I'm thinking about the Cards. Been in AZ 12 years now. Can I make the switch?

This is a done deal.

58-0.

I know. I feel good about switching to a shit team. Does this make me a back-runner?

turned2backrunner

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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
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Alex wrote:
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turned2black wrote:
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At what point is OK to switch allegiances from your childhood favorite team to the team of the city you are currently living in? Grew up a Cowboys fan, but grow tired of all of JJ's douchebaggery. I have recently embraced ASU, now I'm thinking about the Cards. Been in AZ 12 years now. Can I make the switch?

This is a done deal.

58-0.

I know. I feel good about switching to a shit team. Does this make me a back-runner?

turned2backrunner

It was either The Cards or Cincy because of their Ky connections. I went with AZ.

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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
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The Cards only really have 2 HUGE problems though.

One, absolutely, utterly, horrific Quarterback play and perhaps the worst offensive line in the league.

If they ever get those sorted out, they are a playoff caliber team.

Not really sure what Seattle was trying to prove the other night putting up 58. That was classless.

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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
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The Cards only really have 2 HUGE problems though.

One, absolutely, utterly, horrific Quarterback play and perhaps the worst offensive line in the league.

If they ever get those sorted out, they are a playoff caliber team.

Not really sure what Seattle was trying to prove the other night putting up 58. That was classless.


I didn't watch the game, but it seems like all their forced turnovers would put them into a position where scoring would be very easy. At that point even a conservative approach would still probably score 30+ points. It's not like anyone had gaudy numbers behind those TD's. They had less than 150 yards passing.

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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
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Electromatic wrote:
The Cards only really have 2 HUGE problems though.

One, absolutely, utterly, horrific Quarterback play and perhaps the worst offensive line in the league.

If they ever get those sorted out, they are a playoff caliber team.

Not really sure what Seattle was trying to prove the other night putting up 58. That was classless.


Classless? They pulled all of the starters after the first drive of the 3rd quarter. Arizona kept giving them the ball and a short field so they didn't even have to really try to score. They didn't run any trick plays on offense, or fake field goals or punts.

The announcers mentioned this too. After our 2nd String QB (who was playing in his first game of the season) was throwing to our 3rd string TE. :shake:

Arizona just quit.


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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
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NothingBetterman wrote:
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The Cards only really have 2 HUGE problems though.

One, absolutely, utterly, horrific Quarterback play and perhaps the worst offensive line in the league.

If they ever get those sorted out, they are a playoff caliber team.

Not really sure what Seattle was trying to prove the other night putting up 58. That was classless.


Classless? They pulled all of the starters after the first drive of the 3rd quarter. Arizona kept giving them the ball and a short field so they didn't even have to really try to score. They didn't run any trick plays on offense, or fake field goals or punts.

The announcers mentioned this too. After our 2nd String QB (who was playing in his first game of the season) was throwing to our 3rd string TE. :shake:

Arizona just quit.



I stand corrected. 8 turnovers wow.

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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:12 pm 
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Coach wrote:
My updated Power Rankings...this is based part on regular season performance and my projection for playoff success:

NFC
1. 49ers/Atlanta (I love that Niners defense and I don't trust ATL till they win in the playoffs)
3. Green Bay (They have perhaps the best QB in the game)

AFC
1. Texans (Best team in the NFL)
2. Patriots (Amazingly, they have the No. 2 seed for now in a crazy tiebreaker)
3. Broncos (Charging up a mountain at full speed - very dangerous - love Manning)

I think it's amusing that you have the 49ers, Falcons, and Packers ahead of the Giants when the Giants own all three.

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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
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corduroy_blazer wrote:
Coach wrote:
My updated Power Rankings...this is based part on regular season performance and my projection for playoff success:

NFC
1. 49ers/Atlanta (I love that Niners defense and I don't trust ATL till they win in the playoffs)
3. Green Bay (They have perhaps the best QB in the game)

AFC
1. Texans (Best team in the NFL)
2. Patriots (Amazingly, they have the No. 2 seed for now in a crazy tiebreaker)
3. Broncos (Charging up a mountain at full speed - very dangerous - love Manning)

I think it's amusing that you have the 49ers, Falcons, and Packers ahead of the Giants when the Giants own all three.

they havent played atlanta yet. i also think the niners are much better now than when the giants shit on them.

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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
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corduroy_blazer wrote:
Coach wrote:
My updated Power Rankings...this is based part on regular season performance and my projection for playoff success:

NFC
1. 49ers/Atlanta (I love that Niners defense and I don't trust ATL till they win in the playoffs)
3. Green Bay (They have perhaps the best QB in the game)

AFC
1. Texans (Best team in the NFL)
2. Patriots (Amazingly, they have the No. 2 seed for now in a crazy tiebreaker)
3. Broncos (Charging up a mountain at full speed - very dangerous - love Manning)

I think it's amusing that you have the 49ers, Falcons, and Packers ahead of the Giants when the Giants own all three.



So Giants fans are just praying not to see the Skins again huh?

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corduroy_blazer wrote:
Coach wrote:
My updated Power Rankings...this is based part on regular season performance and my projection for playoff success:

NFC
1. 49ers/Atlanta (I love that Niners defense and I don't trust ATL till they win in the playoffs)
3. Green Bay (They have perhaps the best QB in the game)

AFC
1. Texans (Best team in the NFL)
2. Patriots (Amazingly, they have the No. 2 seed for now in a crazy tiebreaker)
3. Broncos (Charging up a mountain at full speed - very dangerous - love Manning)

I think it's amusing that you have the 49ers, Falcons, and Packers ahead of the Giants when the Giants own all three.



So Giants fans are just praying not to see the Skins again huh?

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Updated Power Rankings:

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Pats
Broncos
Houston

NFC
Niners
Packers
Falcons

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 Post subject: Re: 2012 NFL Season
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Rodgers needs to find that spark again. But so far it does look reminiscent of the 2010 season.


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Rodgers needs to find that spark again. But so far it does look reminiscent of the 2010 season.


Rodgers, Brady.... How about one of those guys getting another ring.

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Seattle is the Rodney Dangerfield of the NFL this season.

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http://footballoutsiders.com/dvoa-ratings/2012/week-14-dvoa-ratings

Seattle is the Rodney Dangerfield of the NFL this season.
A Broncos/Pats/49ers/Seahawks final four would be perfectly fine.


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warehouse wrote:
corduroy_blazer wrote:
Coach wrote:
My updated Power Rankings...this is based part on regular season performance and my projection for playoff success:

NFC
1. 49ers/Atlanta (I love that Niners defense and I don't trust ATL till they win in the playoffs)
3. Green Bay (They have perhaps the best QB in the game)

AFC
1. Texans (Best team in the NFL)
2. Patriots (Amazingly, they have the No. 2 seed for now in a crazy tiebreaker)
3. Broncos (Charging up a mountain at full speed - very dangerous - love Manning)

I think it's amusing that you have the 49ers, Falcons, and Packers ahead of the Giants when the Giants own all three.

they havent played atlanta yet. i also think the niners are much better now than when the giants shit on them.

Atlanta just lost to the Panthers. The Niners will essentially be starting a rookie quarterback in the playoffs.

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corduroy_blazer wrote:
warehouse wrote:
corduroy_blazer wrote:
Coach wrote:
My updated Power Rankings...this is based part on regular season performance and my projection for playoff success:

NFC
1. 49ers/Atlanta (I love that Niners defense and I don't trust ATL till they win in the playoffs)
3. Green Bay (They have perhaps the best QB in the game)

AFC
1. Texans (Best team in the NFL)
2. Patriots (Amazingly, they have the No. 2 seed for now in a crazy tiebreaker)
3. Broncos (Charging up a mountain at full speed - very dangerous - love Manning)

I think it's amusing that you have the 49ers, Falcons, and Packers ahead of the Giants when the Giants own all three.

they havent played atlanta yet. i also think the niners are much better now than when the giants shit on them.

Atlanta just lost to the Panthers. The Niners will essentially be starting a rookie quarterback in the playoffs.

i think the atlanta loss to the panthers will only make them play better this week. also, the niners rookie is better than alex smith.

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corduroy_blazer wrote:
warehouse wrote:
corduroy_blazer wrote:
Coach wrote:
My updated Power Rankings...this is based part on regular season performance and my projection for playoff success:

NFC
1. 49ers/Atlanta (I love that Niners defense and I don't trust ATL till they win in the playoffs)
3. Green Bay (They have perhaps the best QB in the game)

AFC
1. Texans (Best team in the NFL)
2. Patriots (Amazingly, they have the No. 2 seed for now in a crazy tiebreaker)
3. Broncos (Charging up a mountain at full speed - very dangerous - love Manning)

I think it's amusing that you have the 49ers, Falcons, and Packers ahead of the Giants when the Giants own all three.

they havent played atlanta yet. i also think the niners are much better now than when the giants shit on them.

Atlanta just lost to the Panthers. The Niners will essentially be starting a rookie quarterback in the playoffs.



The Giants lost 31-13 to the Bengals and everyones favorite Patriots lost to HORRIBLE Arizona. What's your point?

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