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(ESPN)   Who will win the Chefs vs. Aints failure bowl? Can the Cardinals take out the dirty birds? Is Jay Cutler going to get all emo again? Are the scab refs going to continue to derp? It's NFL Week 3, games begin at 1 PM Eastern on CBS and Fox   (scores.espn.go.com) divider line 5552
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2012-09-23 07:30:41 AM
i1182.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-23 07:53:18 AM
I'm not used to seeing my Cards undefeated this far into the season. Maybe the Mayans were right.
 
2012-09-23 08:21:37 AM
Overheard in the office of Denver Bronco's owner Pat Bowlen on Tuesday morning during a phone call from John Elway.

Go for Papa Bowlen. Huh? What do you mean 'they blew up the Manning?' Who's 'they'?! What the hell is an 'Aluminum Falcon'?! Oh, oh, oh, I'm sorry. I thought my Offensive Line could protect a Superbowl quarterback for more than two seconds. That thing wasn't even fully paid off yet! Do you have - do you have any idea what this is gonna do to my credit? What? Oh-oh,'just rebuild him'? Oh, yeah, re-real f***ing original. And who's gonna give me a loan, jackhole, you? Y-you got an ATM in those teeth? Now get your geriatric ass back here or I'm gonna tell everyone what a whiny biatch you were about 'Shanamay' or 'Shamalamadingdong' or whatever the hell his name is!...Oh geez, he's crying! Heh, heh, heh... Hey, hey, hey, hey, c'mon. C'mon, don't do that. Just, just, look, ah, y'know, I'm dealing with a lot of crap right now. Eh, Manning blown up by a bunch of f***ing dirty birds, y'know? I didn't mean to snap. Oh, oh, j-just get back here. Okay, okay, bye. I-yeh-I...I love you too.
 
2012-09-23 08:25:05 AM

SnarfVader: Overheard in the office of Denver Bronco's owner Pat Bowlen on Tuesday morning during a phone call from John Elway.

Go for Papa Bowlen. Huh? What do you mean 'they blew up the Manning?' Who's 'they'?! What the hell is an 'Aluminum Falcon'?! Oh, oh, oh, I'm sorry. I thought my Offensive Line could protect a Superbowl quarterback for more than two seconds. That thing wasn't even fully paid off yet! Do you have - do you have any idea what this is gonna do to my credit? What? Oh-oh,'just rebuild him'? Oh, yeah, re-real f***ing original. And who's gonna give me a loan, jackhole, you? Y-you got an ATM in those teeth? Now get your geriatric ass back here or I'm gonna tell everyone what a whiny biatch you were about 'Shanamay' or 'Shamalamadingdong' or whatever the hell his name is!...Oh geez, he's crying! Heh, heh, heh... Hey, hey, hey, hey, c'mon. C'mon, don't do that. Just, just, look, ah, y'know, I'm dealing with a lot of crap right now. Eh, Manning blown up by a bunch of f***ing dirty birds, y'know? I didn't mean to snap. Oh, oh, j-just get back here. Okay, okay, bye. I-yeh-I...I love you too.


i1182.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-23 08:37:17 AM

SnarfVader: Overheard in the office of Denver Bronco's owner Pat Bowlen on Tuesday morning during a phone call from John Elway.

Go for Papa Bowlen. Huh? What do you mean 'they blew up the Manning?' Who's 'they'?! What the hell is an 'Aluminum Falcon'?! Oh, oh, oh, I'm sorry. I thought my Offensive Line could protect a Superbowl quarterback for more than two seconds. That thing wasn't even fully paid off yet! Do you have - do you have any idea what this is gonna do to my credit? What? Oh-oh,'just rebuild him'? Oh, yeah, re-real f***ing original. And who's gonna give me a loan, jackhole, you? Y-you got an ATM in those teeth? Now get your geriatric ass back here or I'm gonna tell everyone what a whiny biatch you were about 'Shanamay' or 'Shamalamadingdong' or whatever the hell his name is!...Oh geez, he's crying! Heh, heh, heh... Hey, hey, hey, hey, c'mon. C'mon, don't do that. Just, just, look, ah, y'know, I'm dealing with a lot of crap right now. Eh, Manning blown up by a bunch of f***ing dirty birds, y'know? I didn't mean to snap. Oh, oh, j-just get back here. Okay, okay, bye. I-yeh-I...I love you too.



that was just a bout as brilliant as those refs were incompetent mongo-tards last week.
 
2012-09-23 09:02:27 AM
If the Saints don't right the ship today, it's going to be a long off-week. Roger Goodell will have to be in the witness protection program to see the Super Bowl if this keeps going the way it's been going. And I don't even know if Sean Payton could have an impact on how bad this defense has been. He's never interfered or gotten involved with the defense. He would, however, have killed one of our receivers as an example to others to stop dropping easy passes. And Drew, buddy, you've got to spread the ball around a bit more and stop making this the Jimmy Graham Show.
 
2012-09-23 09:26:01 AM
I work the Viking game this week, so I'll post this here first:

Vikes 21, 49ers 20

:D

/this koolaid is outstanding
//what's in it?
 
2012-09-23 09:59:01 AM
I wonder, if no one in the NFL gets to 4 TOs, can we nominate Denard Robinson for The Jake?
 
2012-09-23 10:00:31 AM

Jim from Saint Paul: I work the Viking game this week, so I'll post this here first:

Vikes 21, 49ers 20

:D

/this koolaid is outstanding
//what's in it?


Silly you, Vikings fans drink purple drank...
 
2012-09-23 10:18:09 AM
already sitting 0-1 after thursday night's gagbortion.

so far fair to say i'm about .500. first week was something like 8-6-2, last week was soemthing like 7-6-3, thereabouts. Kicking myslf for not putting some CHEDDAH down for Arizona / Pats as I said 12 was waaay too much and for not playing Sea/Dal. I insisted striaght moneyline, screw the points, was the smart play but didn;t. ehhh.



@ Chicago -7 St. Louis
Hmm.......opened at -10.....7 is a lot this early spesh since how both have looked; chicago beat a bad Indy team then lost and looked lost v GB. STL lost to playoff team DET in week one, and hung something like 23 or 27 on them in the loss and then beat WASH last week and scored a ton. I have to say STL covers and would not surpised at a win, given STL's point totals and Chicago's somewhat suspect "41 on a bad team, 10 vs a playoff team" shwoing. Chicago has had 10 days to study but what are they studying, this early?


At Dallas -8 Tampa Bay 46
perhaps the most intriguing game, number wise.....aside from 8 being a pretty monster number in Week 3, this is Dallas' first home game. 34 points scored total against NY and SEA, with Seattle I think better than many want to believe ( the "lol, the NFC West sucks ass" perception, despite NYG finishing 9-7 last year and winning the SB). TB beat a questionable CARO team and then hung 34 on the Giants. There is no other sensible pick, numbers wise, than TB to cover because common opponent theory alone, 34 on the giants vs Dallas 27 . Number is too much, I say TB covers.

This is one game i feel pertty strongly about. Eight pionts, huh? Eight. Eight? Do not see that at all. I could understand 3, 3.5 but eight? Very tempted but staying away.


San Francisco -7 At Minnesota 43
I think SF is for real though. and 7 is a bit much this early but what has MINN shown to think otherwise? a 3 point win v JAX which I didn't see, but wasn't there some kind of crazy ass play in the final second to make that win (I know, as a Cardinal fan I;'m the last to be chirping about luck NOT NAMED ANDREW)? Shaky number but I think SF is far better than MINN and while 7 is a lot this early, i have to say SF outright.

Another game that has "huhhhhh?" written all over it. SF is only 7 v Vikes? What 2012 NFL season have you been watching, bookmakers?


Detroit -3.5 At Tennessee 47.5
oopened at pick, now DET. huh. I think Detroit is better than they look and TENN unquantifiable this early. I'll say Detroit outirght. I don't trust TENN at all with 23pts scored total and DET made the playoffs largely on the defense.



At Washington -3 Cincinnati 50
the over is the only thing i really feel good about, as CINC has shown some the ability to score; 34 on a bad team last week (CLE) and a decent-ish 13 on BALT before. The RG3 thing is cool but I think the number is too tempting cna CINC covers.


NY Jets -1.5 At Miami 41
Line shrank from -3 to 1.5 (CBS) so I'll say Miami covers. why? because. week 3 baby. who knows?



At New Orleans -9 Kansas City 53
Ugh.......Ugh......NO hemorrhages points so the O/U is tempting and damn, that's a lot of points......against my gut instinct I will say NO wins but not by that many. I'll say KC manages to cover somehow. NO clearly has problems on the defensive side and whiel KC is no great shakes on offense, they have a "ehhh" loss in week 1 vs ATL and a "blehhh" loss v BUFF but 41 through two games which is ok. I think NO wins but KC covers on 9. too much IMO.


Buffalo -3 At Cleveland 44
Rough Buff.....I have to say Rough Buff outright because I think CLE is just not in a good position right now. Plus I like saying "Rough Buff".



At Indianapolis -3 Jacksonville 43
Indy outright. JAX has given up a ton of points and Indy has scored a measure. They're both not great but Indy at home, on the rug, vs a JAX team that has shown not much, I say Indy.


Philadelphia -3 At Arizona 42.5
Ooooh......the "How Are We Both 2-0 Bowl?". Why PHI is favored is odd. Arizona quietly has one of the more pronounced HFAs (to the extent it exists). I've really been impressed with the AZ pass rush, anchored by your kid Calais Campbell and the fearsome NINE OH. We've shown to be pretty solid on the rush, with just over 100 yards to Seattle and i think something like 84 last week so i think that shows how we can handle shiat there. I think Philly's two Ws on a sum total of two points shows they are not worth being favored and this will be low point total win for the Redbirds; 7-8 points but outright.

and because we have to consider it, if Kolb goes out I believe that means Ryan Lindley gets action. I don't think the 'chise wants to take any chances with Skelton's health.

Curious how Fitzy does. Only one ball last week and constantly doubled.


At San Diego -3 Atlanta 47.5
SD hasn't played anybody (wins over OAK and TENN) whereas ATL beat a suspect KC and baaaaaaaaaaaaaaad performance by Peyton Manning. I;ll say, as i have, that the east coast team coming west (not sure what time zone ATL is in, but 1PM cali is what, 4 EST?) will pay dividends for the Bolts. Bolts outright.


Houston -2 At Denver 44.5
Huh. Houston has only surrendered 17 but on bad-to-'Huhhh?" teams; MIA and JAX. Denver on the short week....and how odd that Houston, long bug-a-booed by Indy, now faces a familiar foe but in different threads. I;ll say Houston outright because as many have noted, Manning doesn't appear to have anything beyond 20 yards. all his huckin' and buckin' ("raider raider raider vegas! the Mike is 51! They're givin' us the seam, boys RAIDER RAIDER....hold up. how about Charlie 81 hut hut hiiiiiiii!) at the line don't mean shiat if he can't chuck it more than 20 reliably. and again, Houston hasn't given up very many albeit on shaky teams. Houston outright.


Pittsburgh -3.5 At Oakland 45
OMG CARSON PALMER IS ON THE VERGE OF MAKING THE JUMP TO THE ELITE OF THE NFL! this remark brought to you by years 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.

hmmm....I think PITTS is living on borrowed time a bit. i have not seen them play other than highlights but I will pick OAK somehow. Completely irrational, i know. I just think that Oakland will crack that O-Line and for any number of reasons, steal this on a cover. Janikowski!



At Baltimore -2.5 New England 50
Wow. on paper, what a game. BALT. Arizona's underrated D showed last week how sketch Brady is on any pressure; while he had time, at times, last week, he was often more concerned about what was (not) happening around him than he was what was open downfield. He'll go down early if there is any pressure adn I think BALT can bring that. i know that the NE faithful will say they should have beaten ARIZ (and they should have) but you can't ignore how a good Arizona D and shaky QB dictacted that game. BALT has a good D and Flacco is better than advertised. BALT outright and not just that, but in one of those 38-16 type games.



Monday Night Football Line
Green Bay -3 At Seattle 45
I'll sit on this until later. Common opponent theory will be in play after today's action.
 
2012-09-23 10:33:07 AM
 
2012-09-23 10:34:14 AM
CE checking in from the Cleveland Municipal Parking Lot Tailgate Party.

GO BROWNS!
 
2012-09-23 10:38:25 AM
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2012-09-23 10:43:25 AM
Early games stink today.
 
2012-09-23 10:43:30 AM

rickythepenguin: Ravens WR Torrey Smith questionable after his brother died yesterday; the 'Vens are leaving the decision to play tonight up to Smith


I has a mondo-sad. :(
 
2012-09-23 10:43:35 AM

CavalierEternal: CE checking in from the Cleveland Municipal Factory of Sadness Parking Lot Tailgate Party.

GO BROWNS!

 

FTFY

Here's to Spiller making it a very long afternoon for you!
 
2012-09-23 10:44:27 AM
What team is the dirty birds?
 
2012-09-23 10:46:08 AM

bulldg4life: What team is the dirty birds?


Eagles.
 
2012-09-23 10:48:55 AM

DamnYankees: bulldg4life: What team is the dirty birds?

Eagles.


Poe's law?

/Atlanta
 
2012-09-23 10:49:41 AM

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Back to posting pics of women, I see.
 
2012-09-23 10:51:06 AM
The Denver/Texans game should be a good one. I know Payton will have an axe to grind after that MNF performance. The Texans have a chip on their shoulder from all those years of losses Manning gave them (I used to tell people we had two owners....Manning and McNair) and will be eager to prove
they belong at the top. And putting the screws to an old nemesis would do that. Either way, I'll be eagerly watching from an 8" portable T.V. inside my crane. Stupid work. GO TEXANS!!!

/ if work makes me miss the SNF game vs. the Packers, heads will roll.
// and by heads will roll, I mean I'll show up and like it. *sigh*
 
2012-09-23 10:53:48 AM
Coming off a dismal 9-7 showing in week 2 and a mere 19-12 for the season, it's past time to kick this into high gear and overcome the foibles of, well, of pretty much every team looking alternately great and pathetic this season. Except you, Kansas City...bless the Chiefs, for they are certainly consistent. Okay, except Oakland too. As always, winners are in bold (if you only knew how many hash tags I go through doing this each week):

St. Louis Rams at Chicago Bears:
The Rams have been an early surprise, narrowly missing an upset against the Lions and then pulling one off against Washington. The Bears first two weeks have been Jeckyl and Hyde, looking like contenders against the Colts but then failing in glorious fashion vs. Green Bay. If the key to Jay Cutler's metamorphoses lies in the amount of pressure he faces, then this game bodes well for Chicago...the Rams have managed only two sacks so far, ahead of only the Chiefs.

Buffalo Bills at Cleveland Browns:
Speaking of Jeckyl & Hyde, how about those Bills? My trust in Buffalo can be summed up by the fact that right now there are four NFL teams that I'd pick them to beat. They played one of those teams last week, and here they draw another. On the bright side for Cleveland fans, Brandon Weeden could have a big game against an unimpressive Bills secondary; on the down side, Ryan Fitzpatrick and C.J. Spiller are likely to carve up the Browns defense.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys:
It's not time to panic in Dallas--yes, the Cowboys were dominated last week, but they were dominated by a severely underrated team in one of the harder stadiums in the league to win in. Similarly, it's not yet time to get too heady in Tampa Bay...the Bucs have come within one superhuman fourth quarter of going 2-0, true, but let's not forget that 4-1 start last year. But while this is by no means an easy win for Dallas, I do think it's a win.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts:
Few things have been more painful to see this season than the Jaguars' (lack of) offense, and the defense looks to be wilting a bit at the pressure being laid on it. That being said, Indy's defense is still absolutely dreadful and Andrew Luck & company haven't exactly looked unstoppable on the other side of the ball, either. I think the Jags do just enough to escape with the victory here.

New York Jets at Miami Dolphins:
In keeping with the theme, the Jets looked unbelievably good in week 1, then crashed hard last weekend. Miami looked like Miami on the opening weekend, then suddenly looked like a real live football team last week. Unfortunately for the Dolphins, New York is a bit more rounded as a team than the Raiders, and I look for a return to week one form from both teams this Sunday.

San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings:
The Vikings have not looked terrible in splitting a pair of close games against two of the weaker teams in the AFC. That is likely to change now that they're playing one of the best teams in the NFL.

Kansas City Chiefs at New Orleans Saints:
Somebody has to win this game, right? As hesitant as I am to pick the Chiefs here, nothing about the Saints has inspired me so far this season. They're absolutely horrible in every facet of the defensive game, and until something changes there not even Drew Brees can carry the offense past those failings.

Detroit Lions at Tennessee Titans:
Speaking of things which are absolutely horrible, how about this segue to the Titans' running game? Tennessee comes into this game with 58 yards on the ground. Not last week--total. The Lions come in rated 6th against the pass (not that the Titans are much better throwing the ball). That's a pretty sure recipe for an 0-3 start in Nashville, and with Houston coming up next week it won't get any prettier.

Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins:
Like pretty much everyone else in America, three weeks ago I would've picked the Bengals in this one and not thought twice about it. Flash forward to bizzaro-season 2k12™, and all of a sudden Washington brings the league's highest-scoring offense to the field against Cincy's 30th-ranked defensive unit. Tack on a boisterous crowd in the Redskins' home opener and I can now pick the Skins without thinking twice about it.

Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals:
In a game which surely everyone had penciled in as a must-see contest between two unbeaten teams the instant the schedules came out, Philly comes in having won two games by a total of two points, while the Cards reached 2-0 by outscoring their foes by six. On the one hand I'm worried that Michael Vick is about due to have one of his inexplicable monster games which seem to crop up once or twice per year, but on the other I'm starting to believe in this scrappy Arizona squad.

Atlanta Falcons at San Diego Chargers:
Speaking of mammoth contests between undefeated juggernauts, Matty Ice takes on Riversface in what could either be a 90-point shootout or an insanely ugly turnoverfest decided on field goals. While experience has taught me never to pick either of these guys to win in a big game, intuition tells me that the Chargers look at this as a bigger game than Atlanta does...hence, advantage: Ryan.

Houston Texans at Denver Broncos:
I've seen the comments on Peyton's seeming inability to throw the deep ball, or even to put the same amount of zip on his short passes. This week he draws an opponent which is superbly equipped to take advantage of those shortcomings.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Oakland Raiders:
There's no such thing as a sure thing in the NFL, but Pittsburgh winning this one by 15+ is a sure thing.

New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens:
Call me a homer on this pick, but there's science to back it up: Baltimore has not lost at home since week 13 of the 2010 season, and Tom Brady has struggled against the Ravens (at least, as much as he struggles against any team). The wildcards, though, are the absence of Terrell Suggs and the shocking emergence of the Patriots' defense (they have one this year, and it's ranked 2nd in the league). Both teams are fired up, coming off losses they felt they should have won, so this should be a good one regardless.

Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks:
Seattle is legitimately a good team this year, but they're still not quite up to the level where you can pick them against Aaron Rodgers on Monday Night Football.
 
2012-09-23 11:06:12 AM
Hines Ward on returning to Baltimore as part of the NBC broadcast team: Link

For those without teh facebook:

I had to share this with all of you, my loyal fans:

Heading to Baltimore tonight to do the Ravens-Pats game and as I'm at the gate heading to Baltimore, a flight attendant comes up to me and asks me, "You are Hines right?" and I said "Yes." He says, "I HATE you!" So... I'm on the plane and the guy next to me says, "Are you Hines?" I say "Yes". He says "I HATE you!" I'm thinking I'm about to have to fight this guy. As I'm flying, I'm praying the good Lord above isn't a Ravens fan (Haha). When I get off the plane in Baltimore, the fine people at NBC have the car service guy hold up a sign under an alias name because they don't want people to see my name in Baltimore. I get to the hotel and the lady hands me my key to my room and says, "thank you for staying with us today Mr. Ward, and by the way I HATE you" (Haha). I go to my room and the cleaning lady recognizes me from DWTS. She congratulates me but says, "I still don't like you" (wow). Now I love crab cakes. It's one of my favorite foods and Baltimore is known for their awesome crab cakes. But I'm too scared to order any from room service because I don't want to be poisoned or have someone spit on them. I'll starve myself today I guess. Guess what Ravens fans: I HATE you too but I will miss you guys the most. I had a great 14-year run here and besides the Super Bowls, I will always cherish the Ravens-Steelers rivalry. THANKS for the great memories Ravens fan. But I'm part of a new team now, NBC. I'm even picking you guys to win tonight because I know how hard it is to play in the LION's DEN. But come on, I really just wanted to taste some of your great crab cakes. Can't we all just get along? (Haha) - Hines
 
2012-09-23 11:09:17 AM

cameroncrazy1984: CavalierEternal: CE checking in from the Cleveland Municipal Factory of Sadness Parking Lot Tailgate Party.

GO BROWNS! 

FTFY

Here's to Spiller making it a very long afternoon for you!


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2012-09-23 11:51:57 AM
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GO CARDILULZ!
 
2012-09-23 11:56:12 AM
Harrison and Polamalu are out again, but still, who doesn't think that the Steelers are going to lay the wood to the Raiders today? There's another rivalry that used to mean something but has become more or less embarrassing. The Immaculate Reception? Hell, it would require nothing short of a miracle for the Raiders to win this game. Maybe another cheap-shot on Big Ben like the last time they played each other.
 
2012-09-23 12:00:07 PM

Adolf Oliver Nipples: Harrison and Polamalu are out again, but still, who doesn't think that the Steelers are going to lay the wood to the Raiders today? There's another rivalry that used to mean something but has become more or less embarrassing. The Immaculate Reception? Hell, it would require nothing short of a miracle for the Raiders to win this game. Maybe another cheap-shot on Big Ben like the last time they played each other.


Eh, you guys think every shot on Roethlisberger is a cheap shot. It's not our fault that he has to fake a limp every time he gets hit to draw ref sympathy...
 
2012-09-23 12:00:28 PM

DamnYankees: bulldg4life: What team is the dirty birds?

Eagles.


Since when?
 
2012-09-23 12:04:13 PM
This is my first day with NFL Network/RedZone. However, I don't think I'll be watching the RZ channel except during commercials of the game
 
2012-09-23 12:04:44 PM
Chefs and Vikes get nuked today. Big time.
 
2012-09-23 12:04:56 PM
We're already back to 'aints? Damn. That was fast.
 
2012-09-23 12:05:49 PM
Coin toss, yes, yes, and yes.
 
2012-09-23 12:07:52 PM

IlGreven: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Harrison and Polamalu are out again, but still, who doesn't think that the Steelers are going to lay the wood to the Raiders today? There's another rivalry that used to mean something but has become more or less embarrassing. The Immaculate Reception? Hell, it would require nothing short of a miracle for the Raiders to win this game. Maybe another cheap-shot on Big Ben like the last time they played each other.

Eh, you guys think every shot on Roethlisberger is a cheap shot. It's not our fault that he has to fake a limp every time he gets hit to draw ref sympathy...


Richard Seymour got ejected for punching him in the face when he wasn't looking the last time they played, retard.
 
2012-09-23 12:07:58 PM

bulldg4life: DamnYankees: bulldg4life: What team is the dirty birds?

Eagles.

Since when?


Since always? After all, Philly is synonymous with "The Dirty North"
 
2012-09-23 12:08:45 PM
I have a serious, life or death dilemma on my hands. Should I start Brent Celek or Jason Witten?
 
2012-09-23 12:08:57 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: I work the Viking game this week, so I'll post this here first:

Vikes 21, 49ers 20

:D

/this koolaid is outstanding
//what's in it?


As much as I want to believe, you're in-farking-sane. This is game gonna hurt like a SoB.
 
2012-09-23 12:09:10 PM
Anyone got the link to see what the coverage will be nationwide? I want to know which crappy game I'm getting today!

/Thanks, Brighthouse.
 
mjg
2012-09-23 12:09:11 PM
If you guys want a laugh read Chris Kluwe's Diary of an NFL Punter from Wednesday.

"9:15am - Wake up. Eat breakfast. Watch players sheepishly pay for room charges at checkout counter."

/heh
 
2012-09-23 12:09:39 PM

IlGreven: I wonder, if no one in the NFL gets to 4 TOs, can we nominate Denard Robinson for The Jake?


Give it time. Some team is bound to draft him and play him at QB. He'll win The Jake legitimately next year.
 
2012-09-23 12:10:24 PM

IlGreven: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Harrison and Polamalu are out again, but still, who doesn't think that the Steelers are going to lay the wood to the Raiders today? There's another rivalry that used to mean something but has become more or less embarrassing. The Immaculate Reception? Hell, it would require nothing short of a miracle for the Raiders to win this game. Maybe another cheap-shot on Big Ben like the last time they played each other.

Eh, you guys think every shot on Roethlisberger is a cheap shot. It's not our fault that he has to fake a limp every time he gets hit to draw ref sympathy...


when Seymour punches Ben that's not a cheap shot. $25,000 is a lot of money.
 
2012-09-23 12:11:29 PM

WienerButt: Anyone got the link to see what the coverage will be nationwide? I want to know which crappy game I'm getting today!

/Thanks, Brighthouse.


If only there were a way to stream any game you wanted to watch from the comfort of your own home...
 
2012-09-23 12:12:06 PM

cameroncrazy1984: This is my first day with NFL Network/RedZone. However, I don't think I'll be watching the RZ channel except during commercials of the game


Time Warner customer? I'm debating getting the sports package to get RZ, but I'd never watch any of the other channels they give you with it. Fuse? Do I need to watch skateboarding videos all day?
 
2012-09-23 12:12:13 PM
I actually gave up on my team this week. The only RB I am definitely starting is Chris Johnson. Right now I'm also starting Steven Jackson, and at my flex spot right how is Mikel Leshoure. Peyton Hillis is on the sidelines today.

I would wager this is the worst current RB lineup in any 12 team league ANYWHERE
 
2012-09-23 12:12:58 PM
I really hope the Vikings booked Tinucci's for catering today.
 
2012-09-23 12:14:15 PM
The weirdest thing about Baltimore right now is that they are actually giving up rushing yardage. If the Warrior can rush block for Ridley, this might be a very weird game.
 
2012-09-23 12:15:13 PM
Watching CBS and it sounded like they talked about the Chiefs game only because they are contractually obligated to.
 
2012-09-23 12:16:59 PM

DamnYankees: bulldg4life: What team is the dirty birds?

Eagles.


You spelled Atlanta wrong.
 
2012-09-23 12:18:27 PM

hulk hogan meat shoes: cameroncrazy1984: This is my first day with NFL Network/RedZone. However, I don't think I'll be watching the RZ channel except during commercials of the game

Time Warner customer? I'm debating getting the sports package to get RZ, but I'd never watch any of the other channels they give you with it. Fuse? Do I need to watch skateboarding videos all day?


I think you mean Fuel. But if you like MMA, there are sometimes Strikeforce fights on there. There's also ESPN Goal Line which is like Red Zone for college.
 
2012-09-23 12:18:28 PM

you are a puppet: The only RB I am definitely starting is Chris Johnson.


You been drinkin' heavily, son?
 
2012-09-23 12:19:34 PM
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