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This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 9:59 am

Is that phrase still copyrighted by NFL Films?  Smile

Anyway, let's take a look. The Pats do a goal-line stance to hold off the Colts; the Eagles win their 6th straight, as the Panthers try to imitate the 1982 Cal Golden Bears at the end of the game  Laugh out loud ; the Ravens hit double 4's for the second time in two weeks-just who IS this Anthony Wright?  Smile The Bengels are the real deal, with a Fantastic Finish against the dead and buried Steelers.

As far as the Browns go: "Fire Butch Davis; Fire Butch Davis; Fire Butch Davis; Fire Butch Davis". Any questions?  Sad

Your takes are welcome.
 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:17 am

..and again the "Steel (more like polyester) Curtain" can't hold on to a lead with 15 seconds to go  Sad

AAAAAGGGGHHHHHHHH!!!!

 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:27 am

Again the Giants stunk this week (except for a 77 yard TD pass Collins to Toomer)

I think Fassel will be fired at the end of the season. I've heard Tom Coughlin is high on the Giants head coach list.
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:30 am

Well, I'd like to see Butchie Davis get the can in Cleveland. This team is regressing under his "some of your are my boys, and some of you aren't" mentality. And, since it looks like there'll be a coaching vacancy in Pittsburgh, I'd love to have an old Browns player/coach, Bill Cowher, take over in Cleveland.

But if Davis goes, Carmen Policy needs to go ahead of him.
 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:43 am

A great game played by the Detroit Lions! They showed the country what they are capable of. Next season they will be better, as long as their recievers can catch the ball. They need to watch some UM highlights.  Laugh out loud
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:47 am

KYIPilot, most good high school teams can beat the Cardinals. I wouldn't get too thrilled wit that win.  Laugh out loud
 
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Eagles!

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:48 am

E-A-G-L-E-S EAGLES!!! Lets face it folks...the Eagles are the real deal now....1st place in the NFC East and tied for first in the conference...this is our year to at least get to the Super Bowl...although sadly the AFC is a much better conference it seems, so I fear whoever goes to the Super Bowl from the AFC will win it all though...time will tell...

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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:54 am

"this is our year to at least get to the Super Bowl"

Greg shows us fantasy can be fun.. Homeslice the Eagles still have to beat the Cowboys. Even if they do they will get worked in the 'Bowl.
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:56 am

Umm, Alpha, the Lions beat the Pack this week. My Bears beat up on the Cards, without their starting QB or runningback. Though Brock Forsey (who?) looked real good against the Cards.

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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:56 am

Lets face it folks...the Eagles are the real deal now....1st place in the NFC East and tied for first in the conference

Fine.....anyone but Dallas. The average Dallas fan is merely annoying as hell when the Cowboys are 5-11 (not that they can usually be found when the team is losing), but when they're winning....they're out in force and absolutely intolerable.

 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 11:02 am

Oh, shit, that's right. Hehe. Sorry Illini_152.  Big grin It was Da Bears that beat the Cardinals. Oh well, the Bears and the Lions are both pretty sorry (the Browns are just as sorry), and what I said about the Cardinals still holds.  Laugh out loud
 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 11:22 am

The scary thing is, while the Bears do suck, there is so much parity in the league, they're only 2 games behind the Vikings, and get to play them and the Packers once more. It's almost December and they have not yet been mathamaticly eliminated from the playoffs.

Too bad this will mean another year of Jaron and company. In at least 3 of their losses, they were just plain out coached. And now this late season spurt will just get them another year. Is it bad when you're hoping your team will lose so they'll replace the management?

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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 11:24 am

Vick is back, yaaaaaaawwwwwnnnnn. What's the point of having a quality QB if you don't have any WRs that can catch! I'm predicting a 2-14 record for the Falcan'ts. I think quite a few NCAA teams could beat the Falcons, heck some of the top high school programs in Georgia could probably play close against them.
 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 11:43 am

The scary thing is, while the Bears do suck, there is so much parity in the league..

The scary thing about this parity is that, even with it, the Browns can't compete.

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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 11:45 am

Dammit Vikings, damn. Maybe next week..... COMEON RANDY!

 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 12:48 pm

"Homeslice the Eagles still have to beat the Cowboys." <-DUH!!!! Of course they will...Eagles will beat them next week, and in the words of Joe Namath (and Chad Johnson) "I guarantee it"

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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 12:49 pm

Big words Greg... You will eat them next week...don't forget to chew...
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 1:20 pm

"Big words Greg... You will eat them next week...don't forget to chew... "

-Thats all you can come up with?  Smile

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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 2:23 pm

Anyone catch the Rams and Vikings game? We raped them! We aren't going to make the superbowl but at least we will be in the playoffs this year.
 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 3:55 pm

I have to admit the Rams do worry me a bit...they are definitely surprising me and looking reallllll sharp...It could very well be Rams-Eagles in the NFC title game again...

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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 5:04 pm

How can the Rams be in the NFC title game when Seattle is going to win the NFC West  Confused
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Mon Dec 01, 2003 8:42 pm

Hey Falcon Fan. Peerless Price is a great receiver. Hate to point that out.
 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Tue Dec 02, 2003 2:15 am

I'm still crying from last night's Tampa Bay game, it was so depressing. The Jaguars for crying out loud! The game was pathetic, not to mention that all of the officials had to have been payed out of Jack Del Rio's own pocket. Ronde Barber had control of that ball, dammit! Arrrrrrrrg!!!

/rant

I feel somewhat better now, thanks for listening.

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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Wed Dec 03, 2003 11:45 am

The Phins just beat the hell out of the Cowboys. It was great seeing Parcells losing. Did you guys notice that Jerry Jones didnt come out and gloat like he usually does? Go Seahawks, taking the NFC west this year!
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Thu Dec 04, 2003 2:02 am

How can the Rams be in the NFC title game when Seattle is going to win the NFC West

And what, Seattle is going to make the Bowl instead? Snowballs chance in hell.

The team with homefield advantage in the NFC will make the Super Bowl. The Rams are virtually unbeatable at home and playing at Philly in January has to be one of the more miserable experiences for a visiting team (even if they're not at the Vet). The Cowpokes will make the playoffs, but they'll probably run out of steam at the end of the season and take the wild card way in. In the NFC North, Minnesota is fading fast, and look out, but da Bears are still alive! If they beat Green Bay (big if) they'll definitely be in business.

 
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Thu Dec 04, 2003 2:01 pm

HOW 'BOUT THEM COWBOYS!!!!! Parcells and Comapny really put on a Thanksgiving show. Oh wait...that's right they got spanked by Miami.

Face it the "Boys" are a young team with a coach that scares the hell out of them. They have over achieved all season but now its crunch time. The Eagles have been playing banged up, broken and counted out, and very quitely came up behind the Cowboys and took control. This Sunday the Cowboys will finally have thier bubble burst. They are not ready for prime time.

Meanwhile the Eagles are getting healthier, they have some to play when it really counts.
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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Thu Dec 04, 2003 2:03 pm

The Cowpokes will make the playoffs, but they'll probably run out of steam at the end of the season and take the wild card way in. In the NFC North, Minnesota is fading fast, and look out, but da Bears are still alive! If they beat Green Bay (big if) they'll definitely be in business.

Problem is, we need MN to lose 3 of their next 4, we can't win a tie breaker. First GB (big if, BUT with Farve banged up and they way they've been playing lately. Of course, it is Lambeau in Dec...) Then, we CAN beat the Vikings at home. That much I know; we played 'em down to the last few minutes at the beginning of the season, but our two minute drill let us down. Then all that's left is for them to lose to SEA and KC.

Oh, and we still have to beat KC too; of course, that's the last game of the season. They should have home field advantage locked up by then, so should be playing their second string... we still stand a chance (hey, for a Bears fan, anything at "snowball's chance in hell" and above is considered "good")

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RE: This Week In The NFL.

Thu Dec 04, 2003 2:08 pm

The Ref in the Seahawks-Ravens game just got fined 2600 buck for screwing up the time.

The Hawks really didn't need his help chokeing in that game, so I am glad to see him get nailed.
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