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(ESPN)   In a nutshell: Every team in the league basically sucks to one extent or another, but the Jags now replace the Chiefs as the team that sucks the worst. It's your Week 14 NFL Power Rankings   (espn.go.com) divider line 326
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2012-12-04 03:28:12 PM  

robsul82: Friends,


The funny,it was verily broughten.
 
2012-12-04 03:28:12 PM  

ShadowLAnCeR: I laughed out loud at work when I read that. Then at to explain wtf the Jake was. I may have just sent Fark two members. xD


If so, hello new people!
 
2012-12-04 03:30:06 PM  
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2012-12-04 03:30:21 PM  
Also Excellent as always with the grafs, Di. :)
 
2012-12-04 03:30:26 PM  

Tickle Mittens: <b><a href="http://www.fark.com/comments/7467507/81083368#c81083368" target="_blank">rickythepenguin</a>:</b> <i>JohnBigBootay: John Clayton: Andrew Luck may go down as the greatest rookie quarterback in NFL history.

WTF is he smoking because I'll have some of that. Now... I love Andrew Luck. I think he's very good, gonna get better, and I'd be nothing less than super duper excited about the future of my team if my team had the guy. But greatest rookie qb in NFL history? I don't know if Clayton looks at the stats on the website he works for, but there's two rookie qb's this year alone who have markedly better numbers than the deserving esteemed Mr. Luck. And they've been playing football a good long while. It would take a while to look all this shiat up but at this point of the season I'm not sure Luck cracks the top ten seasons by a rookie qb, let alone best of all time.


Robert Griffin III, WSH 218/325 (67.1%) 2,660 17TD 4INT QBR 104.4
Russell Wilson, SEA 201/317 (63.4%) 2,344 19TD 8INT QBR 95.2
Andrew Luck, IND 279/503 (55.5%) 3,596 17TD 16INT QBR 76.1


Back in the shallow end, Johnny. RGIII is +13 in TD/INT, Wilson +11, and Luck a Sanchezian +1 through 13 games. Yeah, Luck has a ton more pass yards but also almost 200 more attempts than either, so that's expected.</i>

The criticism of RG3 is that his stats are inflated by lots of screens, where Luck is more conventional. The knock on Wilson is that he started slow and is surrounded by more talent, especially on defense. Next year Luck should see a little bit more in the way of challenging defense, but he still going to be playing Titans and Jags twice. On the flip side of that Wilson should see a somewhat easier slate of defenses with AFC and NFC South. I would like to see Wilson come away with the rookie passing TD record though; needs 8 TDs in 4 games.


So RG3 would need 10TD's in games against:

Ravens
Browns
Eagles
& Cowboys to deny Wilson that record?

It might be close...
 
2012-12-04 03:31:08 PM  
Damn, thought I was on mobile fark and forgot to snip down my prior post. Apologies
 
2012-12-04 03:31:50 PM  

rickythepenguin: Friction8r: In other news, I'm pretty sure Peyton is recovering from that career-ending injury. Sure, he may be only 80 percent back, but he's slowly making progress. I think that in due time, he may yet again prove to be an elite QB before he retires.

that is amazing. i thought one hit and he's done. it is pretty damn impressive.

now, if you look at who they've played, they haven't played a very tough schedule, but, hey man, 9 wins or whatever is waht it is.

remaining sked:

@ OAK
@ Balt
CLEV
KC

they could be a first round bye at 12-3.


Thank you for not using airport acronyms! :-) as for their schedule, the Broncos played a brutal first 6 games, including Texans, Falcons and Patriots losses. But the way the team has gelled I don't think the Broncos fear ANYONE right now. The defense has really improved as well.
 
2012-12-04 03:34:52 PM  

ShadowLAnCeR: Also Excellent as always with the grafs, Di. :)


Thanks, Shadow! And HI NEW FARKERS if you're lurking about! :)


robsul82: Exactly. Be courageous and take heart in the fact that Mark Sanchez is out there


Beautiful. Great work, rob.


LucklessWonder: Damn, thought I was on mobile fark and forgot to snip down my prior post. Apologies


Typical Redskins fan
 
2012-12-04 03:35:03 PM  

rickythepenguin: rickythepenguin:***snip***

10.5. I should lock that down now before it falls to like, 7. 10.5? come on man.


The strength of the ARI defense is the pass defense, the strength of the SEA offense is running. Also, how is ARI gonna score? I'd take SEA and the under unless it's stupid low.
 
2012-12-04 03:37:20 PM  

robsul82: For committing an amount of turnovers that Jake Locker could sadly only tie, for happening to do so when Rex Ryan finally realized Mark Sanchez sucks, for honestly having the worst game as a Saint that I can remember him having, I...I am not proud, but The Jake being the cold and unfeeling beast it is, I must do my duty and award The Jake for Week 13 of the 2012 NFL season to Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints.


i1182.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-04 03:38:23 PM  

lecavalier: I have a feeling the Patriots are going to beat the Texans quite handily. I know that sounds crazy but I can see a 34-14 win.


Yea I'm having the same feeling that it will be over by halftime. Too many damn injuries in the secondary. Brady is going to put up a forty-burger.
 
2012-12-04 03:39:00 PM  
So question, who would put it past Harbagh to put Alex Smith back in as soon as the Niners get to the playoffs?

/I really want the team to trade Alex next year....
 
2012-12-04 03:42:00 PM  

Super Chronic: IAmRight: From another Sando article:

"The Seahawks' opponents have made all 18 field-goal tries, making Seattle the only team in the NFL yet to benefit from an opponent's miss through Week 13."

No wonder it feels like we never catch a f*cking break on those.

I wonder if there's some kind of record for opponents' points per play by the field goal unit -- the Seahawks are at 60/19, or about 3.2 (54 on 18 attempts, plus 6 on a fake - unless there was an unsuccessful fake I've forgotten about).


You must be a fellow Hawk fan. "Breaks" didn't exist until the Packers game this year. It's always been know if its "time for an opposing player to break out" it usually happens against the Seahawks.
 
2012-12-04 03:42:27 PM  

Di Atribe:


LucklessWonder: Damn, thought I was on mobile fark and forgot to snip down my prior post. Apologies

Typical Redskins fan


6 - 6 (3 -1 division) h-t-h tie breaker against Dallas...

And even Cowboys fans love the Redskins QB.
 
2012-12-04 03:42:42 PM  
Wow...I think this is the first time Rob's gotten the Jake in here before I did my red & green thing.

Not much preamble this time. 10-6: it is what it is.

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons:
Okay, so I was a little high in my total points projection and I called the final just a tad closer than it actually was, but since I make the rules it's still a win. That done with, let's talk about Drew Brees' performance here: his five interceptions were the most he's thrown in a game since...well, I don't know, some time in college maybe? High School? Pee Wee Leagues? He certainly hadn't done that in the NFL before Thursday night, anyway...in fact, back in his breakout year of 2004 he threw seven total. In 15 starts. 1-0

Jacksonville Jaguars at Buffalo Bills:
Just as I said, Buffalo wins a "squeaker" by a 34-18 count. Jacksonville actually did a pretty decent job of containing C.J. Spiller, limiting him to just 5.5 yards per carry; that's not sarcasm, though at least part of that is rooted in the fact that Buffalo was already on the Jags' 41 when Spiller broke his long touchdown run. Also, how about that Ryan Fitzpatrick? 9/17 for 112 yards...that's franchise player production at its finest. 2-0


Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears:
Chicago hadn't seen a collapse of this magnitude since Rod Blagojevich became an ex-politician. I mean, credit where it's due: Russell Wilson had a heckuva game and Golden Tate is threatening to become known for more than just catching* a winning* pass on the final play in Green Bay, but the Bears just ran out of gas on both sides of the ball once the fourth quarter hit. One potential problem for Chicago on offense could be that Brandon Marshall hauled in 10 passes for 165 yards, while the rest of the team caught 7 for 68. Even Andy Reid could see that pattern. 2-1

Indianapolis Colts at Detroit Lions:
Speaking of agonizing defeats, WTF Detroit? In the past three weeks, the Lions have taken leads into the fourth quarter against Green Bay, Houston, and now Indianapolis...and are 0-3. All three times at home. Much more of that and this will cease to be bad football and graduate all the way to Greek Tragedy status. Meanwhile, with the Colts holding an inside track to a playoff berth at 8-4 and Peyton having already clinched a division title in Denver, the whole Andrew Luck thing is looking like one of those rare personnel changes that works out well for everyone. Well, not so much for Timmysprinkles. 2-2


Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers:
21 carries for 210 yards. That was Adrian Peterson's production on the ground in this one, and like so many other statistics it requires a bit of perspective to fully appreciate. Like, for example, the fact that Peterson has now gained 489 yards in his last three games, while Alex Green leads the Packers in rushing with 360 yards. Not over the last three games, over the season. Green Bay is back in first place with their 8-4 record, but disparities like that don't bode well for them come January. 3-2

Carolina Panthers at Kansas City Chiefs:
While I'm sure the fans would rather Kansas City got back into the win column without such heavy baggage, it still has to be nice for these guys to finally come out on top again. On the opposite side of the spectrum we have Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, who are probably not as good as their 3-9 record might indicate. At least Cam has his fine acting ability to fall back on. 4-2

New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins:
So pretty much everyone knew the Pats would win this one, but I doubt anybody expected it to be by just seven points. Perhaps not entirely by coincidence, this marked Miami's seventh loss of the season. And Ryan Tannehill failed to throw a touchdown pass in the game, leaving him stuck on...seven, for the season. For New England, this marked their...well, their sixth win in a row. Maybe it was entirely by coincidence. 5-2

Arizona Cardinals at New York Jets:
This was one of those games where absolutely everyone involved would probably like to see it stricken from the record. Except maybe Greg McElroy. 6-2


San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams:
If I were a fan of the San Francisco 49ers I'd be doing two things right about now: first, I'd be finding that old apartment I lived in back in '95 and parking myself there to watch the rest of the games this season. Second, and perhaps more importantly, I'd be praying to the Holy Trinity (you know: Bill Walsh, Joe Montana, and Jerry Rice) that the St. Louis Rams don't somehow sneak into the playoffs and face my boys in the wild card round. Come to think of it, all of America might want to pray for that not to happen, because they keep going until someone actually wins in the postseason. 6-3


Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans:
Give Jake Locker some credit here. I mean sure, he threw three interceptions and lost two fumbles in the game, but he completed less than half of his passes. Well that doesn't work. He engineered a near-comeback against the mighty...okay, not really that either. He did throw for 309 yards and add 38 more on the ground. That's pretty good. Hey, in Nashville they take what they can get. 7-3

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Denver Broncos:
Denver clinched the AFC West with the win, moving to 9-3 on the season, but as it turns out they would have clinched even had they lost. That really says something about a division at this point in the season. On the other side of the field, the Bucs now need some help down the stretch to keep their unlikely playoff aspirations alive. 8-3


Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens:
Okay, so let's skip over the talk of winning streaks coming to a close, overrated quarterbacks failing to get anything going on offense, and coordinators inexplicably opting (again) not to even try to run the ball with a second-half lead. Let's focus instead on Charlie Batch, a guy who is so old that he actually handed the ball off to Barry Sanders. Seriously, Batch's rookie season in Detroit was Barry's final year in the NFL. There were only 30 teams in the league when Batch broke in. While Charlie was starting as a rookie in Detroit in 1998, Jim Harbaugh was starting 12 games for the Baltimore Ravens. Jim's brother, John, had just landed his first NFL coaching job, as an assistant under Ray Rhodes in Philadelphia; the following year, Rhodes would be replaced by first-time Head Coach Andy Reid. Up in Pittsburgh, the Steelers were limping to a disappointing 7-9 finish under exciting second-year starter Kordell Stewart, while a rookie receiver by the name of Hines Ward caught 15 passes for 246 yards. The point I'm trying to make is, Charlie Batch is freaking old. And he just led the Pittsburgh Steelers to a come-from-behind victory against the once-proud Baltimore Ravens defense, while Joe Flacco, Ray Rice, and the rest of the offense could do nothing more than watch in between 3 & outs and turnovers. Well played, Steelers...well played. 8-4


Cleveland Browns at Oakland Raiders:
Speaking of once-proud franchises, here are two of the finest examples the NFL has to offer. Cleveland picks up their first road victory since week 2 of 2011 and improves to 4-8, leaving them just one win shy of tying their best season total since 2007. Oakland, coming off back-to-back 8-8 seasons, have not had a winning year since 2002. Well, at least these two teams can look forward to yet more early draft picks as they continue to build for the future. Oh...sorry, Raider fans. 9-4


Cincinnati Bengals at San Diego Chargers:
San Diego Charger fanatics, rejoice! Yes, you lost to the Cincinnati Bengals, at home. Yes, Philip Rivers threw more touchdown passes to Cincy than he did to his teammates. Yes, your Chargers managed only 46 rushing yards in the game. And yes, this loss effectively, if not mathematically, ends whatever playoff hopes you might still have had. But there is a silver lining: by clinching a second consecutive non-winning season and almost certainly a third straight January off, you may have finally rid yourselves of Norv Turner once and for all. Oh, and Bengals fans: your team controls its own playoff destiny from this point on. 9-5


Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys:
And speaking of lame duck Head Coaches, Andy Reid's Eagles clinch their first losing record since 2005. Bryce Brown made it two straight games with over 150 rushing yards, and only fumbled once this time. On defense, Philly allowed Dallas to break the 100-yard rushing barrier for the second time in two meetings this season; Dallas has achieved that feat only two other times against the rest of the NFL this year. Tony Romo threw three touchdown passes in a game for the third time in 2012, but for the first time without throwing at least one interception. But before you Cowboy backers get all excited, keep in mind that despite all of this Dallas needed a 21-point fourth quarter to notch a 38-33 victory. 10-5


New York Giants at Washington Redskins:
I really should have seen this one coming. I mean, sure: the Giants laid a beatdown on Green Bay last week and Washington's 2-game winning streak was only due to having played the Eagles and Cowboys on consecutive weekends, but this is the NFC East. If history has taught us one thing, it's that no team can ever create separation in this division. Ever. Well, okay, in 2008 the Giants won the division by 2 1/2 games (farking ties), but you know what I'm talking about. The best way to muddle things up again was for the Redskins to win, thereby dropping New York to a mere one-game advantage over Washington and Dallas and creating a potential tie-breaking nightmare. 10-6
 
2012-12-04 03:42:51 PM  
fark the Broncos and fark that "pizza" pushin forehead monster. They won the AFC West because the other three teams are ranked 25th, 29th and 31st. fark them all with a donkey shaped dildo.
 
2012-12-04 03:43:19 PM  

robsul82: ***snip***


May the power of Drew compel you, you are HEALED!!!
 
2012-12-04 03:44:31 PM  

Di Atribe: had98c: mootmah: ***snip***


Is that a pic of the dead cat taking it's last bounce? Creepy kitteh is creepy.
 
2012-12-04 03:48:36 PM  

The Incredible Sexual Egg: lecavalier: I have a feeling the Patriots are going to beat the Texans quite handily. I know that sounds crazy but I can see a 34-14 win.

Depends. It the Texans learned anything it's blitz Brady early and often. Otherwise the Pats will have their way with the Houston


They'll have to do it without Edelman.
/broke foot, probably going to IR.
//made of glass unfortunately.
 
2012-12-04 03:48:46 PM  

robsul82: brainless, dickless, hopeless, heartless, fat-ass, bug-eyed, stiff-legged, spotty-lipped, worm-headed sack of monkey shiat


If can remember all of this I'm going to use it some day. I know I'll use the worm-headed sack of monkey shiat.

Bunny & cpt - Awesome job on "THE FAIL".

DI you Graaffs are always great, they let me see the NFL power trends.

Trey nice trivia. I knew it was Smokin' Jay. Didn't have time to get and answer in because of the phone calls and the dog wanting attention.

I will miss this thread when football is over.
 
2012-12-04 03:52:34 PM  

PaulieattheTap: Trey nice trivia. I knew it was Smokin' Jay. Didn't have time to get and answer in because of the phone calls and the dog wanting attention.


Thanks. I hope I have the energy to keep the trivia up into next season.
Also, thanks to jimmythefly who (last week) suggested the "average" question that you got right. I'm always open to suggestions for categories or questions... as long as they're quantifiable statistically or just funny.
 
2012-12-04 03:52:34 PM  

PaulieattheTap: If can remember all of this I'm going to use it some day. I know I'll use the worm-headed sack of monkey shiat.


You might recognize it from Christmas Vacation.
 
2012-12-04 03:54:00 PM  

LucklessWonder: So RG3 would need 10TD's in games against:

Ravens
Browns
Eagles
& Cowboys to deny Wilson that record?

It might be close...


I might give RG3 the odds advantage in this actually, but I think Peyton probably retains sole possession. All those defenses are worse than 3 of the defenses Wilson will face, even though he'll face all of the Ram, 9ers, and Cards in Seattle. The only truly decent one left for RG3 is the Browns and they're basically just average. SF and Zona are 2 and 3 respectively. The added wrinkle is the Seahawks want to pass enough to get the lead, but they want to win by running. They will be perfectly happy to face any of those teams up 4 in the 4th quarter. The Eagles in particular could give up any number of NFL single game records to RG3. For Wilson to his his mark he probably needs to benefit from 2 turnover-laden, opponant meltdowns in Seattle, not impossible, but not particularly likely. His 4th game is effective a neutral site in a dome in Toronto versus the only team who's logo is their community being shot in the head. The only team Wilson should NEED 2 TD passes to beat is the 9ers, but that's also the game he's most likely to lose.

I think there are factors working against RG3 too, but the defenses he faces are so bad to meh, that with Garcon back, multiple 5 TD games wouldn't surprise me. Hell, 8 TDs against the Eagles probably wouldn't surprise me. It'd be impressive, sure, but surprising? I don't think so. Still, I think Peyton retains sole possession of the record.
 
2012-12-04 03:55:36 PM  

Treygreen13: Thanks. I hope I have the energy to keep the trivia up into next season.


Fun fact: Golden Tate has not only knocked out Sean Lee with a block that riled up Cowboys fans, but he's caught the Fail Mary, flipped into the end zone for a TD against the Vikings, made a ridiculous play to (well, what should've) beat the Bears...and he leads the NFL in passer rating.
 
2012-12-04 03:55:53 PM  

Tickle Mittens: Hell, 8 TDs against the Eagles probably wouldn't surprise me.


If the Eagles continue their trend of not covering anyone running up the middle, he could pick up 10 TDs in that game.
 
2012-12-04 03:56:46 PM  

IAmRight: Fun fact: Golden Tate has not only knocked out Sean Lee with a block that riled up Cowboys fans, but he's caught the Fail Mary, flipped into the end zone for a TD against the Vikings, made a ridiculous play to (well, what should've) beat the Bears...and he leads the NFL in passer rating.


Golden Tate also leads the league in players I would like to see get hit by a bus.
 
2012-12-04 03:58:07 PM  

Harv72b: ***snip***


I think the Packers and Bears are in a competition to see who can be the worst team with the best record.

Through 12 weeks, CHI ranks 31st in Pass Protection and GB is 29th, which sounds awful until you look at the other side of the chart and see that CHI is 19th in Run Blocking and GB is still 29th. Only Arizona's O-Line is so woeful on both fronts, and no one is looking to them to compete for the wildcard and division.

Tangentially, the Giants are #2 in both categories and NE is #7 in run blocking and #1 in pass blocking. I really do not want to see that Super Bowl for a 3rd time. Seriously people, do something.
 
2012-12-04 03:58:17 PM  

IAmRight: PaulieattheTap: If can remember all of this I'm going to use it some day. I know I'll use the worm-headed sack of monkey shiat.

You might recognize it from Christmas Vacation.


I haven't seen that in years. I know when I read it seemed kinda familiar.
 
2012-12-04 04:03:11 PM  

Treygreen13: IAmRight: Fun fact: Golden Tate has not only knocked out Sean Lee with a block that riled up Cowboys fans, but he's caught the Fail Mary, flipped into the end zone for a TD against the Vikings, made a ridiculous play to (well, what should've) beat the Bears...and he leads the NFL in passer rating.

Golden Tate also leads the league in players I would like to see get hit by a bus.


Concussion says, "What?"


www.nbc.com
 
2012-12-04 04:03:29 PM  

Treygreen13: Tickle Mittens: Hell, 8 TDs against the Eagles probably wouldn't surprise me.

If the Eagles continue their trend of not covering anyone running up the middle, he could pick up 10 TDs in that game.


Naw, the Redskins will take him out so he can get fluids and an early start on the line of dudes lining up to give him fellatio at 8. Hell, maybe 6.

I do know this, we may have to consider a 10 year moritorium on Eagles fans even mentioning Cowboys season collapses.
 
2012-12-04 04:03:55 PM  

roc6783: Through 12 weeks, CHI ranks 31st in Pass Protection and GB is 29th, which sounds awful until you look at the other side of the chart and see that CHI is 19th in Run Blocking and GB is still 29th. Only Arizona's O-Line is so woeful on both fronts, and no one is looking to them to compete for the wildcard and division.


We better not lose to Detroit next week...but I see that happening. They just look gassed and have little consistency.
 
2012-12-04 04:05:04 PM  

LucklessWonder: And even Cowboys fans love the Redskins QB.


Find me someone who doesn't love Bobby Three Sticks. I bet they're all jealous Colts fans.


PaulieattheTap: DI you Graaffs are always great, they let me see the NFL power trends.


YAY! That's why I started doing them. I wanted to see the chaos. And it is. ESPN doesn't know what the fark they're doing. XD


roc6783: Is that a pic of the dead cat taking it's last bounce? Creepy kitteh is creepy.


It's Grumpy Cat! Roc.... tell me you've seen Grumpy Cat before.
 
2012-12-04 04:05:41 PM  

PaulieattheTap: robsul82: brainless, dickless, hopeless, heartless, fat-ass, bug-eyed, stiff-legged, spotty-lipped, worm-headed sack of monkey shiat

If can remember all of this I'm going to use it some day. I know I'll use the worm-headed sack of monkey shiat.


Well, that was a reference to National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, as much as I'd like to take credit for it, hehe. "Disgusting fatbody" is Full Metal Jacket.

Thanks for the compliments, all...*tear* God knows it was tough. Theme music for this week's entry - "What Must Be Done" from the score of The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

/...which is strangely appropriate too
//*more tears*
 
2012-12-04 04:06:03 PM  
I just need... I just need to take a second... Seriously, I need you all to listen.

I live in DC. Just moved here this summer. Initially I thought, man some of this political talk radio is delusional, but then football started...

It's like the entire DC metro area lives in a mass delusion perpetrated by the hope that their lives, and indeed their football team, aren't entirely comprised of sheer misery.

This morning I got to hear a twenty minute rant from fans about how the 6-6 Redskins were a dominat team in the NFL because they beat the 7-5 Giants. Are you farking kidding me!?

Your team is @ .500 with fours weeks to go, and you act like they just punched their ticket to the Super Bowl. This shiat is absolutely pathetic.
 
2012-12-04 04:06:19 PM  

Treygreen13: IAmRight: Fun fact: Golden Tate has not only knocked out Sean Lee with a block that riled up Cowboys fans, but he's caught the Fail Mary, flipped into the end zone for a TD against the Vikings, made a ridiculous play to (well, what should've) beat the Bears...and he leads the NFL in passer rating.

Golden Tate also leads the league in players I would like to see get hit by a bus.


You can not hate a man who introduced himself to fans by stealing fresh maple bars from an unlocked doughnut shop, and now does promotional events for them. That is impossible, because that is completely awesome. You know for a fact you can trust those doughnuts are great.
 
2012-12-04 04:06:28 PM  

PaulieattheTap: I haven't seen that in years. I know when I read it seemed kinda familiar.


I didn't even catch it until you pulled it out on its own. Sneaky, rob. Sneaky.
 
2012-12-04 04:06:36 PM  

Hugh2d2: fark the Broncos and fark that "pizza" pushin forehead monster. They won the AFC West because the other three teams are ranked 25th, 29th and 31st. fark them all with a donkey shaped dildo.


i1182.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-04 04:07:15 PM  

Di Atribe: YAY! That's why I started doing them. I wanted to see the chaos. And it is. ESPN doesn't know what the fark they're doing. XD


Sometimes people forget that the point of the GRAF was to show that the Power Rankings are chaotic and reactionary.
 
2012-12-04 04:08:07 PM  

robsul82: PaulieattheTap: robsul82: brainless, dickless, hopeless, heartless, fat-ass, bug-eyed, stiff-legged, spotty-lipped, worm-headed sack of monkey shiat

If can remember all of this I'm going to use it some day. I know I'll use the worm-headed sack of monkey shiat.

Well, that was a reference to National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, as much as I'd like to take credit for it, hehe. "Disgusting fatbody" is Full Metal Jacket.

Thanks for the compliments, all...*tear* God knows it was tough. Theme music for this week's entry - "What Must Be Done" from the score of The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

/...which is strangely appropriate too
//*more tears*


As a very special thank you, if you go over to read Quick Reads at FootballOutsiders, they make a pretty compelling case that Locker hurt his team more.
 
2012-12-04 04:08:23 PM  

Treygreen13: IAmRight: Fun fact: Golden Tate has not only knocked out Sean Lee with a block that riled up Cowboys fans, but he's caught the Fail Mary, flipped into the end zone for a TD against the Vikings, made a ridiculous play to (well, what should've) beat the Bears...and he leads the NFL in passer rating.

Golden Tate also leads the league in players I would like to see get hit by a bus.


Really? Did Cortland Finnegan retire?

// I realize these are our opinions
// but Finnegan is an unmitigated douche, by pretty much every measure, according to reports both confirmed and unconfirmed throughout the league
 
2012-12-04 04:08:59 PM  

Hugh2d2: fark the Broncos and fark that "pizza" pushin forehead monster. They won the AFC West because the other three teams are ranked 25th, 29th and 31st. fark them all with a donkey shaped dildo.


Disgruntled member of Raider Nation? Regardless, suck it long and hard. Even in their 3 early losses, the Broncos were coming back in the 2nd half. Were it not for turnovers, they could have won each of those games. Now that they've congealedas a team, they can beat ANY team in the league. Whoever your team is - they FEAR the Broncos right now, so again - suck it!
 
2012-12-04 04:09:07 PM  

roc6783: I think the Packers and Bears are in a competition to see who can be the worst team with the best record.


The way things have been going lately, the Ravens are right up there with them.
 
2012-12-04 04:09:17 PM  

IAmRight: PaulieattheTap: If can remember all of this I'm going to use it some day. I know I'll use the worm-headed sack of monkey shiat.

You might recognize it from Christmas Vacation.


In case people were wondering why their brain went ahead and auto-completed "Hallelujah! Holy shiat, where's the Tylenol?"
 
2012-12-04 04:09:55 PM  

Dr Dreidel: Treygreen13: IAmRight: Fun fact: Golden Tate has not only knocked out Sean Lee with a block that riled up Cowboys fans, but he's caught the Fail Mary, flipped into the end zone for a TD against the Vikings, made a ridiculous play to (well, what should've) beat the Bears...and he leads the NFL in passer rating.

Golden Tate also leads the league in players I would like to see get hit by a bus.

Really? Did Cortland Finnegan retire?

// I realize these are our opinions
// but Finnegan is an unmitigated douche, by pretty much every measure, according to reports both confirmed and unconfirmed throughout the league


I think Suh still stands out as the most disliked though. Finnegan hasn't really done anything outlandishly douche-worthy that I've heard of recently.
 
2012-12-04 04:10:57 PM  

Dr Dreidel: Really? Did Cortland Finnegan retire?


I'm sure he is. I just hate Tate's smarmy answers to questions this year. When he sent Sean Lee out of a game because of a cheap-shot he took during a play, he danced over the downed player and after the game said he'd be "upset if he was getting blown up on TV too". Then he claims he "just made a play" on the Fail Mary. So far the only positive story I've heard about Tate is that he once stole from a doughnut shop.
 
2012-12-04 04:11:14 PM  

Gonz: In case people were wondering why their brain went ahead and auto-completed "Hallelujah! Holy shiat, where's the Tylenol?"


Sadly, I most vividly remember the "Sh*t" part of it being censored by TV versions of the movie.
 
2012-12-04 04:13:07 PM  
So Urlacher is out probably the rest of the regular season.The folks in the Chicago media saying he should be benched for being too old/slow (aka dummies) get their wish:

http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/breaking/chi-chicago-bears-brian - urlacher-hamstring-strain-20121204,0,882544.story
 
2012-12-04 04:15:45 PM  

IAmRight: Gonz: In case people were wondering why their brain went ahead and auto-completed "Hallelujah! Holy shiat, where's the Tylenol?"

Sadly, I most vividly remember the "Sh*t" part of it being censored by TV versions of the movie.


My annual viewing is going to be strange this year, since I know that the son grows up to earn his Ph.D and date Penny.
 
2012-12-04 04:16:28 PM  

INeedAName: I just need... I just need to take a second... Seriously, I need you all to listen.

I live in DC. Just moved here this summer. Initially I thought, man some of this political talk radio is delusional, but then football started...

It's like the entire DC metro area lives in a mass delusion perpetrated by the hope that their lives, and indeed their football team, aren't entirely comprised of sheer misery.

This morning I got to hear a twenty minute rant from fans about how the 6-6 Redskins were a dominat team in the NFL because they beat the 7-5 Giants. Are you farking kidding me!?

Your team is @ .500 with fours weeks to go, and you act like they just punched their ticket to the Super Bowl. This shiat is absolutely pathetic.


I've lived here for 20 years - from Super Bowl to the Wuerffel/Frerotte/Rypien years, through Dan Snyder's meddlesome schemery, through Martyball and Norvelle and Steven of Spurrier and the Crown of Zorns (I went to a WAS/PHI game at the Linc during the Zorn era decked out in burgundy & gold. Sat in the owner's box, too. He's a crappy HC, though) and The Most Triumphant Return of Gibbs.

DC lives and breathes football, and it's partially because of the faily-go-round's 20-year rotation that they're going a bit crazy this year.

Of course, I'm a Ravens fan, so...

// Di will tell you that it's because we suck and are dumb and racist and also our team is bad and we should feel bad
// Hi, Di! LOVE the grafs...
 
2012-12-04 04:16:54 PM  
Urlacher gone at least 3 games, Cedric Griffin of the Redskins suspended 4 games for PED violation.
 
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