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(ESPN)   Can the Vikings slay the Bears, or will Cutler make a stand? Will the Broncos defeat the Chiefs, or thoroughly humiliate them? And if the Rams played the Cardinals, would anybody care? All this plus Charlie Batch in the Official Week 11 NFL thread   (scores.espn.go.com ) divider line
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2012-11-25 08:32:36 AM  
LaRod Stephens-Howling or Lance Ball - who to start??
 
2012-11-25 10:50:04 AM  
Think I was either 10-3 or 10-4 last week.....either 10-2 or 10-3 going into MNF, which I lost. Didn't pick any of the Thanksgiving games.


@ CVG -8.5 Oakland 50.5
With Ben out and CIN theoreitically alive for the last WC spot (trailing INDY and PITTS' 6 wins with 5), CVG needs to rack wins where available. Gonna pick them outright.


PIT -1.5 @ CLE 34.5
Safe play is cover, going with that.


@ INDY -3 BUF 50.5
Neither team is an offensive juggernaut, but the defenses are subpar (INDY i think 22nd at points per, but BUF 30th (of 32, of course) at 29.9 per. Gonna pick IND outright and take the over.


DEN -10.5 @ MCI 43
Big number this late in the season but DEN is a solid home team. As for MCI, Brady Quinn hasn't won an NFL game in ONE THOUSAND AND SEVENTY TWO DAYS (12/20/09) when he led the Browns to a win over....oh boy, this is awkward.....MCI. DEN outright but for the record, I don't feel very confident about this one.


BNA -3.5 @ JAX 44.5
Yeccch. a combined 5-15 record here. the 28th worst scorind defense (TENN) vs the 31st. As for JAX, their next home win in 2012 will be their first. Not today, JAX, BNA outright.

@ MDW -6.5 MSP 38
Very interesting; 7-3 MDW, 6-4 MSP but MSP has better current divisional record. I don't think MDW should get this many points, so I'll say MSP cover (and note, I've said all season I don't believe in MSP; I don't, but I think the line is just too high. I can see MDW winning but in single digits. I don't see these teams that far apart talent-wise, throwing out the records.


ATL -1.5 @ TPA 52
Game of the week? Both are on 4-1 streaks, but ATL lost two weeks ago and had a dreadful game vs ARIZ last week, whereas TPA has won 4 straight (ok, they needed OT vers CARO last week, but still). And what's more, these two meet again in Week 17. Very interesting dynamic for the South. Welp. I'm gonna say TPA outright. ATL seems to be in a bit of the doldrums and TPA rounding into form.


SEA -3 @ MIA 37.5
The longest road trip in pro sports; Seattle to Miami. SEA is quietly only one back of SFO and this is a "should win" game. I think the line should probably be a bit higher. 4, maybe 4.5. SEA outright.


BWI -1 @ SAN 47
strange number. 1? an 8-2 (and 5-0 OTR) BWI versus a 4-6 (2-2 home) San Dog? Huh? this means something is known to "those people" that the public isn't privy to. DANGER, WILL ROBINSON! SD outright.

you know how on punts, when the punting team has 5 guys around the ball and the offensive player is in the mix, and teams have a codeword for DON'T TOUCH THE farkING BALL, (usually, "GRENADE", gee, can't crack that codeword)? that's what this game is. GRENADE! 1 point? that's all BWI gets? come on man.


SFO -1.5 @ MSY 50
Gonna pick MSY. This is Kaepernick's first road start right? MSY probably can't dig themselves out of that, what, 0-5 hole they dug but they'll win today. 7-8 points, 32-24, 29-20, that area.


PHX -1.5 STL 36.5
the STL lost started this, what, 0-6 slide.....I'm gonna pick Lindley to win. If past holds to form, the young, brash rookie wins his first start at home (Max Hall, i think, and Skelton too if I'm not mistaken). Beanie is coming back but he's been a non-factor the last year or so. very disappointing pick. not sure of his contract sitch but I bet he's done in Arizona.

And i take a small bit of pride, i guess, in seeing local scribes only nowwwwwwwwwwwww say what i've been saying for years; Whiz needs to be held accountable for his lack of QB production. he can talk about the system or execution, but ultimately, he hasn't produced anybody since Kurt walked.

also, through my numerous contacts with the Arizona coaching staff, I've obtained the top-secret game script for arizona's first ten plays. Please don't circulate this. Many Bothans died to give us this information:
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)

@ LGA -3 GRB 51
Gonna pick GRB jus to make the North interesting.


Monday Night Football Line
CLT -3 @ PHL 40.5
 
2012-11-25 10:54:55 AM  
i1182.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-25 11:05:15 AM  

rickythepenguin: Many Bothans died to give us this information:


Nice.
 
2012-11-25 11:09:52 AM  
Airport call letters?
 
2012-11-25 11:17:53 AM  
Here's the important question of the day - is TEN @ JAX in fact the worst game of the year?
 
2012-11-25 11:29:23 AM  
Today's games are going to suck. I'll suffer through them because it's football, but everybody knows that the week's premiere matchup isn't until tomorrow night .. EAGLES VS PANTHERS BABY AWWWWWW YYYEAAAHHH *fap fap fap*
 
2012-11-25 11:32:06 AM  

rickythepenguin: Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)



i've done this before but when i did it, you know, in Week 3, the numbers were hard to predict. Fitzy's past five years, keeping in mind 2009 was Kurt's last season:

Games, Catches, TD
2012: 10 / 52 / 4
2011: 16 / 80 / 8
2010: 16 / 90 / 6
2009: 16 / 97 / 13
2008: 16 / 96 / 12


i'm no math whiz but prorating his 2012 numbers would be what, 31 more catches and 2.5 TDs? so 83 and 7?


ugh. I really think -- knowing he's under contract through something crazy like 2017 -- at some point Fitzy asks for a trade. I really think he's going to regret signing for the money. I can totally see him unfortunatley going the NBA star (or Junior Seau) route; chase the fat dollars, then in the twilight of his career jump to a team trying to get a ring.
 
2012-11-25 11:39:07 AM  
The Browns are about to demonstrate why their stadium is referred to as the Factory of Sadness when they lose to a third-string senior citizen throwing to a receiving corps so decimated they actually signed Plexiglass.
 
2012-11-25 12:01:43 PM  
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Let's go Bears! Hopefully Cutler doesn't get any more brain damaged this week.
 
2012-11-25 12:02:02 PM  
Chargers -1
 
2012-11-25 12:04:56 PM  
Each holiday season, it's important for all of us to take time out from blowing through money like Michael Jackson on a Wednesday morning and be thankful for the things we have which make life so incredibly wonderful. Now, I suppose you could count your lucky stars for family, friends, and health; picture puppy dogs romping through overgrown meadows and chasing delicate butterflies; or perhaps reflect on the personal freedoms which all too many of us take for granted on a daily basis. You could pause and give thanks for all of those things, yes indeed, but you'd be wrong.

For there is truly only one thing in this world which drags us kicking and screaming through the entire range of human emotions within one short span of three or so hours. One day a week, save for a couple other days brought to us by national television contract dollars, which allows us to bask alternately in self-affirming light or flail helplessly in self-loathing while we watch grown men do battle to represent cities most of us do everything we can to avoid actually entering. A single, solitary instance where we, as men, can gaze approvingly upon other men wearing extremely tight pants while they play with balls. I'm speaking, of course, of football: an orgy of violence and excess which could only have been spawned in America. Indeed, a sport as true to our national identity as gun ownership, overeating, and effects-riddled blockbusters starring gorgeous people with the acting abilities of a turnip.

And so on this, the twelfth Sunday of this glorious NFL season, let us give thanks for all that this near-perfect sport brings us throughout the season. Let us bathe in the glorious splendor of Bronies and Riversface, nod in sage wisdom as we see yet another "first" get chopped off the beginning of a post in this thread, and count with eager anticipation each turnover achieved along the heralded trail to The Jake. Let us give thanks for a sport which is not about black and white, unless they blow a call, and in which only great individual effort can propel a team to victory. Let us hurl vitrolic insults directed at men who could tear us limb from limb if ever they so desired.

Let us truly appreciate that which brings us all together, and separates us all so bitterly, as only a truly American activity could. Let us gather together, in a pretend cyber way, and give thanks for football.

At least until we get bored of it and start surfing porn again.

Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears:
The latest scuttlebutt as of this writing says that Jay Cutler is likely to play, which might pre-empt your regularly scheduled late-November programming featuring the Bears in their annual plunge down the standings. Other things work in Chicago's favor here, though: they have just one home loss this season (to Houston, in the game where Cutler was injured), while Minnesota has only a single road win. Also, the Bears have surrendered just 3 rushing touchdowns on the year, which does not bode well for the Petersons Vikings.

Oakland Raiders at Cincinnati Bengals:
The Raiders are just 1-7 vs. teams that aren't the Chiefs or Jaguars, while Cincy comes in riding a two-game winning streak which includes convincing wins against the Giants and, well, Kansas City. Oakland's defense is still terrible, and the Bengals have played themselves right back into the playoff hunt, which gives them plenty of incentive to lock down the win in a shootout.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns:
Rumor has it that the Steelers brought in Bobby Boucher for a tryout, just looking for any healthy body to put on the field. But in this case, even with Charlie Batch under center and two tackling dummies lining up on defense, it's tough to picture Cleveland being able to score enough points to win this one. And yes, three points might be enough.

Buffalo Bills at Indianapolis Colts:
As Luck would have it, the Colts would be in the playoffs if the season had ended last week. The Bills would be in...Buffalo, I guess. This is another one which has the potential for a lot of scoring, but I'll give the edge to the team with four wins at home vs. the team with four losses on the road.

Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars:
I really want to pick the Jags here. Chad Farking Henne provided a spark on offense last week, and I don't believe in the Titans any more than I believe in clockwork owls. But...Jacksonville. I picked them once already, and I still have that sour taste in my mouth. So in this one I'll bank on Tennessee proving less capable of losing, and thus improving to 5-6.

Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs:
Speaking of "loveable losers", the Chiefs are certainly losers all right. Their fans hire airplanes to tow banners urging the firing of team management over games, local obituaries blame deaths on the heartbreak caused year after year on the field, and now they can't even deliver free turkeys for the holiday without getting chewed out by little old ladies. Assuming Peyton doesn't audible around the orange cones and get lost on the way to the stadium, Denver wins easily. Without Manning, Denver only wins fairly easily.

Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins:
The Seahawks are a very good team anchored around a ball-control offense and a stifling defense...at home. But away from the friendly confines of CenturyLink Field, Seattle is a team with a 1-4 record, with the lone victory being a 16-12 squeaker in Carolina. The Dolphins are by no means a good team, but I think they're just stupid enough to believe they really do still have a shot at postseason play, thus leading to a win on a late field goal.

Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
Tampa Bay is riding a 4-game winning streak and firing on all cylinders offensively, while the Falcons have not played a game decided by more than a single score since October 28th. I expect this to be another closely fought match, but in the end I see Atlanta's defense forcing enough turnovers to seal the victory.

Baltimore Ravens at San Diego Chargers:
In 2011, the 10-3 Ravens traveled to San Diego and got trounced by the 6-7 Chargers in week 15. In 2012, the 8-2 Ravens are still struggling on the road, but the 4-6 Chargers are just struggling, period, losing 5 of their last 6 (the only win being against...you guessed it, Kansas City). Blind fandom mandates that I pick Baltimore here, but there are more reasons than that to expect a Ravens win.

St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals:
Something has to give here: the last time either of these teams won a game was in week 5...when they played each other. St. Louis won that one, against the then 4-0 Cardinals, thus ushering in the total collapse of both franchises. I'll go with Arizona to even the score at home this week because why not?

San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints:
Good for New Orleans, bouncing back from a horrendous start to even things up at 5-5. It's just too bad that they aren't good enough to beat these 49ers, not even at home. Whether Kaepernick or Smith under center, it's still the defense which truly drives San Fran, and expect to see them remain in the pilot's seat with a game-deciding pick-6 today.

Green Bay Packers at New York Giants:
Coming off a bye week and riding a two-game losing streak, the Giants need this win. Not to remain in the playoff hunt because hey, they play in the NFC East so they're going to the postseason anyway; they need it for their psyche. I pick New York to win this one simply because they've shown time and again over the past few years that when the chips are down, they can and will beat anybody. Still not sure how, but they'll get it done again on Sunday Night Football.

Carolina Panthers at Philadelphia Eagles:
For the lols. And because the Eagles really are that bad.
 
2012-11-25 12:05:15 PM  

DamnYankees: LaRod Stephens-Howling or Lance Ball - who to start??


It's not going to make much difference. Flip a coin
 
2012-11-25 12:05:43 PM  
I just want to see the Gnats get stomped.
 
2012-11-25 12:06:04 PM  
Let's be honest here. Is anything ever really "plus" Charlie Batch?
 
2012-11-25 12:06:12 PM  
Pulling for Denver, but not discounting a 1-9 team. At this point, I'm guessing they're playing for pride... or next year's top draft pick.
 
2012-11-25 12:07:38 PM  
As much as I hate the Donkeys, there's just no denying that today is going to be an absolute bloodbath
Oh, well... trainwrecks are still kind of entertaining, right? Go team blackout!
 
2012-11-25 12:07:57 PM  

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SEACHICKENS WHOOOOO!!

 
2012-11-25 12:09:23 PM  

4NSpy: Chargers -1


I like that pick. Baltimore blows on the road and San Diego looks better every game.

My huge bet of the week was NE to demolish the Jets and the over. I also like Indy-3 and the over, and the Oak/Cin over
 
2012-11-25 12:09:41 PM  
And if the Rams played the Cardinals, would anybody care?

Hey, we kicked their ass last time and broke their winning streak earlier this season.

We actually do pretty well when we are facing opponents in our division (even the 49ers who we should've beaten the other week).

But for some reason, that never seems to translate to other division and for the life of me, I can't figure out why.
 
2012-11-25 12:09:51 PM  
Can I haz butt fumble gif?
 
2012-11-25 12:10:49 PM  
I might make my picks based on this girl's video Hot
 
2012-11-25 12:10:52 PM  
I gurantee the Jets won't lose today.
 
2012-11-25 12:11:58 PM  
Cutler or Flacco: who to start?
 
2012-11-25 12:13:00 PM  
Week 12 Delhomme Leaderboard

Mark Sanchez, Delhomme RatingTM - 33.3 (INT, FUM)
Tony Romo, Delhomme RatingTM - 33.3 (2 INT)

CURRENTLY CALIBRATING...

Andrew Luck, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Andy Dalton, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Brady Quinn, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Brandon Weeden, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Carson Palmer, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Chad Henne, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Charlie Batch, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Christian Ponder, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Jake Locker, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Jay Cutler, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Josh Freeman, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Matt Ryan, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Peyton Manning, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Russell Wilson, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Ryan Tannehill, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
 
2012-11-25 12:13:51 PM  

eddievercetti: Can I haz butt fumble gif?



i didn't see that until like, yesterday.....i can't imagine what he was thinking. i guess he thought there might have been a window to the right of the butt guy but even then, there was about 520lbs of human there as well. strange.
 
2012-11-25 12:14:36 PM  

robsul82: Week 12 Delhomme Leaderboard

Mark Sanchez, Delhomme RatingTM - 33.3 (INT, FUM)
Tony Romo, Delhomme RatingTM - 33.3 (2 INT)

CURRENTLY CALIBRATING...

Andrew Luck, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Andy Dalton, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Brady Quinn, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Brandon Weeden, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Carson Palmer, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Chad Henne, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Charlie Batch, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Christian Ponder, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Jake Locker, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Jay Cutler, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Josh Freeman, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Matt Ryan, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Peyton Manning, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Russell Wilson, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Ryan Tannehill, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0


You do a separate calibration for the late games?
 
2012-11-25 12:15:16 PM  

rickythepenguin: rickythepenguin: Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)
Pass (Fitz)


i've done this before but when i did it, you know, in Week 3, the numbers were hard to predict. Fitzy's past five years, keeping in mind 2009 was Kurt's last season:

Games, Catches, TD
2012: 10 / 52 / 4
2011: 16 / 80 / 8
2010: 16 / 90 / 6
2009: 16 / 97 / 13
2008: 16 / 96 / 12


i'm no math whiz but prorating his 2012 numbers would be what, 31 more catches and 2.5 TDs? so 83 and 7?


ugh. I really think -- knowing he's under contract through something crazy like 2017 -- at some point Fitzy asks for a trade. I really think he's going to regret signing for the money. I can totally see him unfortunatley going the NBA star (or Junior Seau) route; chase the fat dollars, then in the twilight of his career jump to a team trying to get a ring.


He shoulda signed with Minnesota. We woulda treated him like royalty.
 
2012-11-25 12:16:03 PM  
I'm looking forward to a Jaguars game for the first time since September. EARLY September. I hope the same Chad Henne shows up this week.
 
2012-11-25 12:16:13 PM  

robsul82: Week 12 Delhomme Leaderboard

Mark Sanchez, Delhomme RatingTM - 33.3 (INT, FUM)
Tony Romo, Delhomme RatingTM - 33.3 (2 INT)

CURRENTLY CALIBRATING...

Andrew Luck, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Andy Dalton, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Brady Quinn, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Brandon Weeden, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Carson Palmer, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Chad Henne, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Charlie Batch, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Christian Ponder, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Jake Locker, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Jay Cutler, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Josh Freeman, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Matt Ryan, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Peyton Manning, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Russell Wilson, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Ryan Tannehill, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0


What about the Jets overall? I imagine they are 9000.
 
2012-11-25 12:17:27 PM  

Bunny Deville: I'm looking forward to a Jaguars game for the first time since September. EARLY September. I hope the same Chad Henne shows up this week.


I hope so, too. I want JAX and TEN to combine for 70+ points today
 
2012-11-25 12:19:18 PM  

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Go Broncos!!

 
2012-11-25 12:19:57 PM  

Bunny Deville: I'm looking forward to a Jaguars game for the first time since September. EARLY September. I hope the same Chad Henne shows up this week.


Having seen Henne throw many a ball during his time at Michigan, it's a coin flip
 
2012-11-25 12:20:34 PM  

emaf37: He shoulda signed with Minnesota. We woulda treated him like royalty.



when he signed that 8yr / $120M FIFTY MILL GUARANTEED extension, the Pats had just come off a playoff defeat TO Jets where the lack of a long WR hurt them. their offense had become WELKER WELKER GRONK WELKER WELKER WELKER GRONK WELKER. And, NE had a ton of draft picks.

So I theorized that NE and ARIZ were talking trade.

hey man, $50M is $50M, but....Fitz knew who our QB was in 2011. So I feel bad for him as a player but.....watching his numbers shrink and his window closing, he kenw what he was buying.
 
2012-11-25 12:20:35 PM  
My picks today:

- Vikes ransack DAAA' Bears.

- Cincy beats down Oakland, is promptly arrested.

- Pittsburgh lays a Cleveland Steamer on the Browns.

- Jagoffs upset the Titans.

- PONIES!!! :D

- OTHER PONIES!!1 XD

- Seahawks eat the Fish.

- Confederates beat Tampa Bay

- Rivers wins The Jake, Ravens win the game.

- Nothing good can come from watching the Rams "play" the Cardinals. Avoid this game like the plague.

- Breesus saves, Niners lose.

- PACKERRRRRS beat the New York Football Giants tonight

- Cam Newton's team beats the Eagles, Eagles fans beat Andy Reid in the parking lot Monday night.
 
2012-11-25 12:21:30 PM  

At first when I found out we have the weekend off because we play Thanksgiving, I was like:


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But then I was like:


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2012-11-25 12:23:27 PM  
Chaz Batch. Yay.
 
2012-11-25 12:24:12 PM  
Dogkiller hate> Tebow hate>Romo hate> Sanchez hate> Riversface hate>Batch hate>Rapeberger hate>Fig hate>Jay hate>Manningface2 hate>Manningface1 hate>Gabby hate>Misc. hate ?
 
2012-11-25 12:24:20 PM  

Captain Steroid: My picks today:

- Vikes ransack DAAA' Bears.

- Cincy beats down Oakland, is promptly arrested.

- Pittsburgh lays a Cleveland Steamer on the Browns.

- Jagoffs upset the Titans.

- PONIES!!! :D

- OTHER PONIES!!1 XD

- Seahawks eat the Fish.

- Confederates beat Tampa Bay

- Rivers wins The Jake, Ravens win the game.

- Nothing good can come from watching the Rams "play" the Cardinals. Avoid this game like the plague.

- Breesus saves, Niners lose.

- PACKERRRRRS beat the New York Football Giants tonight

- Cam Newton's team beats the Eagles, Eagles fans beat Andy Reid in the parking lot Monday night.


I can totally see that last thing happening today (sorry for the excess quote- mobile Fark doesn't allow you to snip somebody else's post).
 
2012-11-25 12:24:33 PM  

HaywoodJablonski: You do a separate calibration for the late games?


Of course.

eddievercetti: What about the Jets overall? I imagine they are 9000.


Pretty much, lol.
 
2012-11-25 12:25:52 PM  

TheOther: Dogkiller hate> Tebow hate>Romo hate> Sanchez hate> Riversface hate>Batch hate>Rapeberger hate>Fig hate>Jay hate>Manningface2 hate>Manningface1 hate>Gabby hate>Misc. hate ?


Rapeberger hate should be just below Tebow hate
 
2012-11-25 12:26:17 PM  

js34603: Chaz Batch. Yay.



one of the funnier things i've seen this season was that play in the Steelers game when Garrard (or whomever) had the tiem to do this crazy ass windup with the WR about 40 yards away in the end zone.....and the pass is like, 10 yards short.

i said int he thread, "wow, that was a 430' home run swing, followed up with.....a nibbler to shortstop...."
 
2012-11-25 12:27:48 PM  
Goddamn, just taking a second to look at that list of QBs...Charlie Batch, Brady Quinn...Weeden, Henne...a dazzling array of talent in the early games today, lol.
 
2012-11-25 12:28:14 PM  
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2012-11-25 12:29:42 PM  
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js34603: Chaz Batch. Yay.


Pretty much this. As the meat to this Ravens sandwich of a schedule, let us at least have the best part to win so the bread gets fed to the birds next week *again*
 
2012-11-25 12:30:14 PM  

robsul82: Brady Quinn.



yeah, when i saw he was starting, i was like, "what's his last win?", hence the stat above. wow. one month short of three years since he won a game. astounding that he's still in the league, i guess.

still remember his draft and how Roger felt bad for him and let him (Quinn) use his private suite.
 
2012-11-25 12:31:35 PM  

HaywoodJablonski: Rapeberger hate should be just below Tebow hate


Dogkiller hate> Tebow hate>Rapeberger hate>Romo hate> Sanchez hate> Riversface hate>Batch hate>Fig hate>Jay hate>Manningface2 hate>Manningface1 hate>Gabby hate>Misc. hate ?

Any other revisions?
 
2012-11-25 12:31:56 PM  

rickythepenguin: still remember his draft


Still remember that thread, lol, it was pretty glorious.
 
2012-11-25 12:31:56 PM  
Just me, but I think that Sanchez' butt fumble should be worth more toward the Delhomme Rating. It's one thing to have a ball tipped out of your hand, or lose it in a sack. But a butt fumble?

/not a Jets fan, obviously
 
2012-11-25 12:32:53 PM  

robsul82: Week 12 Delhomme Leaderboard

Mark Sanchez, Delhomme RatingTM - 33.3 (INT, FUM)
Tony Romo, Delhomme RatingTM - 33.3 (2 INT)


IMHO, you should give The Jake to Sanchez this week. Sure, he only had two turnovers, but that "Butt Fumble" is the stuff of legends. :D
 
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