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(ESPN)   Buffalo Bills snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Luckily, the Arizona Cardinals kicked victory right back   (scores.espn.go.com) divider line 8
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2012-10-15 03:20:05 PM  
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poughdrew: Take some other teams, like the Browns or the Bengals: off the top of my head, I could name zero defensive players on those teams.


I'm a Bengals fan and certain that the coaching staff couldn't name a defensive player on the team.
Chris Crocker was cut at the end of the season last year. He's come in & provided a lift for the secondary.

Great. Last year's scrubs are this year's team leaders.
2012-10-15 11:31:50 AM  
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AdamK: Pete will find a convenient exit to the NCAA before the Seahawks ever win the NFC West


Bad news about this: The Seahawks already won the NFC West under Carroll.

thecpt: He included that they are being compared too often to last season's performance and exclaimed how doing that is not easy.


Yeah, it's kinda retarded. "Hey, you posted the best regular season in NFL history by a QB last year and a 15-1 record (because that's so common)...why aren't you exceeding that level of production this year? You're kind of disappointing."
2012-10-15 10:45:50 AM  
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On the play Kolb got hurt, it looked like a busted play. There is a running back lined up to the left of Kolb pre-snap. After the snap, Kolb turns to his left to hand the ball off for a run, but the running back has already stepped in front of Kolb and getting set to block a Bill pass rusher. Kolb's plan at this point is to just run back to the line of scrimmage to the right, where there was a brief opening. Had he thrown it away, he probably wouldn't have even been hit.

This one wasn't on the O-Line. Either Kolb or the RB ran the wrong play. The result is an injured QB.
2012-10-15 10:34:10 AM  
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poughdrew: Honestly, never heard of the guy until now.


If you're a more hardcore football fan, he's been known as probably the best 2nd corner in the NFL - he was the only member of the Seattle secondary that DIDN'T make the Pro Bowl last year, but he's probably the best of the crew (he was a 4th round rookie who didn't play until almost halfway through the season last year).

As for the Browns, even I know of Joe Haden. And I really care not a whit for the Browns.

Jack Lambert's Missing Teeth: It's because no one cares about the NFC West.


And yet there are two stories about NFC West teams, just not the one that was most interesting. (hitting a 61-yarder to tie, hitting the upright on the potential game-winner, and blowing the game is somewhat interesting)
2012-10-15 10:28:07 AM  
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poughdrew: Browns


Fujita.... thats about it.
2012-10-15 10:17:52 AM  
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scottpilgrimreaper: I got dumped by my gf during the game. Thankfully the Bills didn't break my heart on top of that.


Sorry to hear that, man. But in all fairness, doesn't being a Bills fan sort of set you up for shiat like this?
2012-10-15 09:05:32 AM  
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scottpilgrimreaper: I read reports saying Alex Carrington tipped the 38 yarder


I haven't seen any video of it, but seen plenty of the miss. I don't know. All I know is, I figured us good and dead when he lined up and took the kick. What a great game to be at. I finally saw them win, in person.
2012-10-15 09:02:54 AM  
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I read reports saying Alex Carrington tipped the 38 yarder
 
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