Falcon84 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Posted (9 years 9 months 1 week 2 days 8 hours ago) and read 1727 times:
Well, the Browns didn't play a bad game aginst the Colts in the dome, but made some dome mistakes that cost them in a 13-6 loss.
Antonio Bryant dropped a TD pass, when he got slammed by two DB's in the end zone. Plus Dennis Northcutt, for the 2nd time this year, had a punt return for a TD nullified by a penalty-a very, VERY questionable illegal block in the back penalty. But that's the breaks of the game.
A few other week two highlights-and I didn't watch as close as I normally do, as I watch the Indians drop an excruciationg loss to Kansas City today-but Cincinnati is 3-0, and Green Bay is 0-3?
Logan22L From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 8, posted (9 years 9 months 1 week 2 days 7 hours ago) and read 1695 times:
Quoting Ren41 (Reply 7): It feels as if they're down by 20, when it's only a 3 point difference.
Not any more! 17-13 Pats now. It's really a tribute to the depth that the coaching/management of the Patriots put together. Randall Gay is out, and his replacement gets injured on the first play, and manges to struggle back. Rodney Harrison, the heart and soul of their defense is badly injured, Matt Light, one of their most seasoned offensive linemen goes out, and they still manage to lead. They really have controlled the game, but a few mistakes (OK, several mistakes) took points away from them. They should be up by 17 right now.
NightHawk117 From United States of America, joined Mar 2004, 175 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (9 years 9 months 1 week 2 days 6 hours ago) and read 1664 times:
Raiders @ Eagles...
Thought this one was going to the Raiders by the looks of the first half of the game. They kept getting good field position on kickoffs (due to Aikers being injured) and they had good players on offense and defense. The game should've been theirs had Janikowski been able to kick a 37 yd FG and the Raiders had not 'shot themselves in the foot' with penalties. The Eagles had an injured McNabb and a FG kicker who could'nt kick anything outside 30 yards and, yet, the Raiders still could not come up with the 'W'.
Team Stealth...when it absolutely, positively HAS to be taken out overnight!
Logan22L From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 13, posted (9 years 9 months 1 week 2 days 6 hours ago) and read 1652 times:
Quoting ANCFlyer (Reply 12): I prefer the Pats over anyone on the west coast . . .
Even the Arizona Cardinals? Damn, how long are they going to be the suckiest bunch of sucks who ever sucked? I really feel bad for them, I mean, I like good tough competition, and they just don't have it. A good deal of people thought that the Cards would be a sleeper in the NFC - well, they were right in a way, they certainly are sleeping.
DeltAirlines From United States of America, joined May 1999, 8946 posts, RR: 11
Reply 14, posted (9 years 9 months 1 week 2 days 6 hours ago) and read 1647 times:
I wasn't pleased with the Pats today (I don't know how many curse words I screamed at my tv during the game), but it sure feels good to get out of Pittsburgh with a W, especially after losing to Carolina last week.
Phxairfan From United States of America, joined Jun 2001, 811 posts, RR: 7
Reply 16, posted (9 years 9 months 1 week 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 1637 times:
Quoting Logan22L (Reply 13): Even the Arizona Cardinals? Damn, how long are they going to be the suckiest bunch of sucks who ever sucked? I really feel bad for them, I mean, I like good tough competition, and they just don't have it. A good deal of people thought that the Cards would be a sleeper in the NFC - well, they were right in a way, they certainly are sleeping.
Once again, so much promise, so little execution. At least we have a qb playing now who can get away from the pass rush. Problem is when they hit him he drops the ball like a pinata drop candy. It would also be nice if we gave the ball to the rb more than 10 time in the game. But when you are down 20 its not exactly the best time to run. Maybe sometime we'll figure out that we shouldn't cut lineman that go on to start (well) for other teams. The O-Line is a joke, the D-Line is decent and has some potential stars, as does the rest of the defense. But not when they get left on the field the whole game.
Skyway1 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 17, posted (9 years 9 months 1 week 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 1630 times:
The Bengals continued to play well. I expected the offense to have a difficult time scoring because the Bears' defense is strong. Unfortunately for the Bears, it seems their lack of offense will cost them some games this year. Palmer went 16-23 for 169 yards and and 3 TD's. Houston should expect an ass whoopin next week.
I'm a big supporter of the Bengals. A once storied franchise, they've gone through some pitiful years. As a Patriots fan since 1970, believe me, I can sympathize. I hope they bring some major success to Cincinnati. My Aunt and Uncle have lived in Lexington, KY since 1973, and I've been to see the Reds and the Bengals back in the 1970s, and I still have a soft spot for them (not the F-in' REDS though).
Falcon84 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 23, posted (9 years 9 months 1 week 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 1608 times:
Quoting Logan22L (Reply 19): I'm a big supporter of the Bengals. A once storied franchise,
Storied? With all respect, Logan, they've had about 10 good years in their entire almost-40 year existence. Yes, you have TWO over us, with two Super Bowl appearances, but the Bengels organization is hardly "storied", in my view. The "storied" part is who founded them.
Having said that, they look like the real deal, with Marvin Lewis in total control now, and with an offense that is putting up some impressive numbers. I'll reserve judgement for a while longer, but they're on the right track.
I'd like to think the Browns are about two years behind the Bengels, with the improvement Cincy has shown in the last few years.
Dragon-wings From United States of America, joined Apr 2001, 4020 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (9 years 9 months 1 week 2 days 3 hours ago) and read 1596 times:
The Giants are playing now against the Chargers and are down 28-20 in the third.
I really wish these announcers on ESPN stop calling LaDainian Tomlinson LT! LT was the best Giants linebacker of all time (and possibly the best LB in all of the NFL) Everytime they say LT I think Lawrence Taylor was on the field.
Don't give up don't ever give up - Jim Valvano
: Well, Falcon, you're right, except I'm a Patriots fan (Logan...and all that). I overused the "storied" word. I remember well the Bengals of the 1980s
: Giants just lost to San Diego 45-23 I pin this loss squarely on the defense! It' like they didn't even show up for this game!
: Looks like the Patriots have a new motto: Last minute game winning field goals... they're not just for Super Bowls anymore. Adam Vinatieri pulled it o
: Eli looks like the real deal, though. Bodes well for the Giants.
: They made Elisha Manning look like the bitch that she really is.
: You don't even know sports well, dude. Eli Manning: 24-41, 352 yards passing, 2 TD's no picks. Yeah, that's a shitty game 7E7. He can't play defense.
: You know, after the Stillers tied it at 20, and I saw that there was 1:21 left when Brady came back on the field, I said "this game's over."
: You said in a PM I didn't know jack about sports and you're a Browns fan? What a clown.
: He looked like the real deal against the second string Defense. The only 1st stringers that played the whole game were the corners: Damn the chargers
: Uh, what does one have to do with the other? What does ME being a Browns fan have to do with YOU knowing nothing about football. You sated the Charge
: Jets lost, Miami and NE won. Overall just an awful Sunday. Harry
36 Boeing Nut
: My Dolphins pulled out another upset!!
: Well the Raiders did exactly like I thought. Played a great game and lost at the end. My poor Raiders SUCK!
: So how did 24 players come into play on Defense and 18 for the Giants? So what was that about what I do and don't know about Football? I think I'd kn
: I don't consider a sack with 3:55 to go, Boeing7E7, and the game over, something to crow about. I think if you look at ANY NFL team, they will play 20
: LT made your line and LB's look silly. The Chargers only play the Nickle Defense. You obviously don't know much about Football. BTW... When the Secon
: Actually, they held Cadillac to 77 yards until those late longer runs, and of course, the big plays against Cleveland killed them too. Overall, GB's
: ROTFLMAO. No team plays one defensive scheme, 7E7. None. Why? Because it would be too easy to adapt to. Every team has to show multiple fronts, multi
: You obviously don't know jack about the Chargers then do you? Maybe that's the Browns problem. Oh wait, maybe it's all the money wasted on Winslow. S
: Another win for the Bucs...though it wasn't all that pretty but the Caddy kept churning up the yards. With a home game this week against Joey Horsesh
: I understand football, my friend. I understand a team that does NOT show multiple defenses will get creamed. I know that, and I can't help it if you
: Maybe because San Diego already had depth at the TE position and rather than waste a high pick on another TE decided to address a weakness at another
: Uh... Nope. Gates was picked up undrafted and was a total gamble. The other tight ends are a joke and it showed in week one.
: But obviously the Chargers thought enough of him that they didn't draft a guy who was rated #1 on most boards. It wasn't a matter of them not wanting
: Quoting Falcon84 (Reply 30): Their D got bitched, not Eli. Any QB can put up those numbers in a prevent Defense situtation with the second string in.
: Absolutely. Apparently the Chargers felt confident enough in Gates, who was signed in '03 and Peelle, drafted in '02, that they could wait until the
: Pelle had already proved himself worthless and a liability. There was no confidence in Gates which is why they drafted Krause in '04. The QB was a mo
: 7E7, Winslow was on EVERY TEAM'S radar. But you were right there, next to Marty, in the draft room, right, whispering sweet little nothings in his ear
: Not even maybe. The guy was being refered to as the next Ryan Leaf "Super Bust" by local media and the Chargers front Office. I recall it quite well.
: Pipe down before I bring up the subject of your old logo: Seattle finally won one. Then again they were playing the Arizona Cardinals. I think that c