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2013-09-12 12:40:15 PM  
i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-09-12 01:13:49 PM  
My first thought was "Pats by six hundred" but the Jets' D isn't horrible and Brady has some issues with the talent around him. Patriots still win, but covering 11 points? I'm staying away...
 
2013-09-12 01:49:04 PM  
I.. I can't believe I am actually saying this, but "Go, Jets!"
 
2013-09-12 01:52:10 PM  
For some reason I feel like the Jets might make a game out of this.
 
2013-09-12 03:06:54 PM  
pbs.twimg.com
 
2013-09-12 04:25:54 PM  
i63.photobucket.com

LEAVE THE MEMORIES ALOOOOOOOOOONE
 
2013-09-12 05:14:26 PM  
This is the first game after the buttfumble game and the Patriots' #1 receiver is Julian Edelman. Good luck with that. Brady went to Amendola on like 8 third downs against Buffalo last week.
 
2013-09-12 05:20:12 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: This is the first game after the buttfumble game and the Patriots' #1 receiver is Julian Edelman. Good luck with that. Brady went to Amendola on like 8 third downs against Buffalo last week.


It's a GREAT week for those of us who managed to pick up Edelman off the waiver wire, though.
 
2013-09-12 05:22:50 PM  

DamnYankees: cameroncrazy1984: This is the first game after the buttfumble game and the Patriots' #1 receiver is Julian Edelman. Good luck with that. Brady went to Amendola on like 8 third downs against Buffalo last week.

It's a GREAT week for those of us who managed to pick up Edelman off the waiver wire, though.


I had no such luck. Someone actually picked him up last week. Should be interesting in regards to the "Brady makes scrubs look good" conventional wisdom though, considering that is all he has right now.
 
2013-09-12 06:12:25 PM  
i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-09-12 07:01:55 PM  
 
2013-09-12 07:17:19 PM  
New York Jets at New England Patriots:
In what pretty much nobody anticipated as a battle of undefeated titans, the New York Jest Jets travel north to take on a depleted Patriots team which barely held off the Buffalo Bills last week. All signs point to this being a hard-fought, closesly contested match between bitter division rivals...well, all signs except that this is, after all, the New York Jets vs. the New England Patriots. No matter that the new Wes Welker (Danny Amendola) is out, to be replaced by the old new Wes Welker (Julian Edelman); no worry that one of his tight ends is still recovering from injury while the other is likely fighting to maintain that "tight" status; no regard that his starting tailback's chronic fumble-itis is no longer in remission and the backup is also out; and a hearty Hakuna Matata after his star rookie receiver and tight end both flopped miserably in Buffalo. I still have to go with the official ESPN line and pick Tom Brady to lead his team in passing, rushing, receiving, and return yards while squashing the upstart Jets. 28-9
 
2013-09-12 07:33:18 PM  
Pats get the lead early but have trouble pulling away, Jets hang around but never really threaten.

Under 44.5
 
2013-09-12 07:34:41 PM  

Wadded Beef: Patriots still win, but covering 11 points? I'm staying away...


Bovada has the line at Pats -13, but is paying out +110 on that bet, whereas taking the Jets to cover is -130. I've either had too much or too little beer to figure out how to bet this one.
 
2013-09-12 07:36:13 PM  
Amendola already out 2 to 6 weeks.

Yep, sounds about right.

(Rams fan here)
 
2013-09-12 07:36:42 PM  
Mark Sanchez will make $8.75M this season. More than RG3, A. Luck, R. Wilson, C. Newton and C. Kaepernick COMBINED. (via @ESPNStatsInfo)
 
2013-09-12 07:39:04 PM  

kronicfeld: Wadded Beef: Patriots still win, but covering 11 points? I'm staying away...

Bovada has the line at Pats -13, but is paying out +110 on that bet, whereas taking the Jets to cover is -130. I've either had too much or too little beer to figure out how to bet this one.


It's easy to figure out, Bovada sucks for lines. They have been doing this shiat for years.
 
2013-09-12 07:40:55 PM  

kronicfeld: Wadded Beef: Patriots still win, but covering 11 points? I'm staying away...

Bovada has the line at Pats -13, but is paying out +110 on that bet, whereas taking the Jets to cover is -130. I've either had too much or too little beer to figure out how to bet this one.


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2013-09-12 07:41:47 PM  

kronicfeld: Mark Sanchez will make $8.75M this season. More than RG3, A. Luck, R. Wilson, C. Newton and C. Kaepernick COMBINED. (via @ESPNStatsInfo)


Well, he is more entertaining that all those guys combined.
 
2013-09-12 07:41:56 PM  
Time for the picks!

THURNYJ @ NEI don't actually need to type anything here, right? Ye gods, VEGAS is up around 12 points, which is a SILLY line for an NFL game. That should tell you all you need to know.Sunday earlySTL @ ATLThis match really makes me wonder. The first game showed they still have the defense, and the offense struggled. BUT, that aside, it looked to me like ALL the offenses strugged out of the gate this year. I heard a couple of announcers in various games this weekend bring up how much shorter practices and coaching opportunities are now than in yesteryear. I don't think this is a "Damned kids get off my lawn!" thing, I think it's real...almost every offense looked like ass, and get markedly better as they played. Most of the games I watched had a very, very different looking offense at the end of the game than the beginning.With that said, I think making judgements on offensive ability before the end of at least week two would be a fool's errand. In this matchup, going by a mixture of last year and some supposition based on game one, we have an interesting equation to consider:Atlanta's offense versus St Louis' Defense - There aren't many defenses that can take Altanta's plethora of weapons off the table. St Louis may be close. They hit hard, and swarm to the ball well. They create turnovers, and by the third quarter even grizzled veterans are covering up before the hits and flinching. Atlanta will move the chains and put up some points, they're just too talented not to. The addition of Steven Jackson is a big plus...he has the power and pinache to grind it out against his former team and tire THEM out.St. Louis' offense against Atlanta's D - Atlanta isn't very good in coverage. To the surprise of absolutely nobody. Newly acquired Jared Cook will have a monster day on short and middle routes against suspect linebacker pass coverage, and their often-overlooked run game will keep the Flacons line honest and safeties up near the line.All in all, I think Atlanta squeaks out a win at home, but at what cost...they will be beaten, bloody, and have lots of bodies in the cold tubs this week.CAR @ BUFAs we saw, QB play was pretty rusty all over the place this last week, and there isn't much experience starting in this game either. The newly-led Bills will be hosting the Panthers, and we'll see who can do what.I like Carolina's defense a lot. Especially the monster Luke the Tackling Machine in the middle...he's a beast. Rangey, fast, and he knows how to wrap you up and take you down NOW. I'm fairly sure they'll effectively nullify the Buffalo running and CJ SPiller fairly effectively as well as the short passing game. They'll DARE the young Bills offense to beat them downfield.The thing is, I think Buffalo is ALMOST there. They're not a bottom-3 type team any more. They're playing hard and fast, and they aren't afriad to take chances. If only they'd stop pissing off one of their best playmakers in Byrd!I think Carolina wins this one, but it wouldn't surprise me to see the Bills squeak one out either. They don't back down from a challenge and will make you beat them. Carolina by a field goal, maybe less, at the buzzer.MIN @ CHIChicago surprised me last week with their win against the Bengals. They have a much easier time this week against a suspect offensive leader. Da Bears know as well as anyone how hard AP runs, but at this point, go ahead and have Ponder beat us. Really. Go for it. Jared Allen and Co. will tee off against the known evil of AP and stack the box. Which, as recent history has shown, is a good way to get your jock handed to you all game long but still win more than you lose.Minnesota...well, at least there's a shiny new Jake in that empty trophy cabinet!CLE @ BALI really, really, REALLY want to see Cleveland take this game. I do. In the worst way. And the pantsing the Ravens took last week is trying to give me hope.But that was at the hands of Peyton. Weeden will never be mistaken for Peyton, and while the strength of the Browns is their D, they aren't anywhere near as good as Denvers. That said, Baltimore's offense is really handicapped right now. The loss of Pitta *and* Boldin *and*...well, you get the idea. Despite backing 14 dump trucks full of cash in Joe Flacco's driveway, he doesn't have much to throw *to*, and Ray Rice can't win the game by himself, much like AP upthread.I still think Cleveland will be knocking on the door by the end of the year, probably around .500 and looking to hit the playoffs next year. And I'm almost certain they'll finish above Pittsburgh in the division. But I don't think they QUITE have enough to snuff Baltimore for 60 minutes. Baltimore wins, but expect a spirited contest.DAL @ KCI'm going against the grain and taking KC here. Andy Reid's Travelling Waistline stopped at the BBQ capital and we saw last week, Alex Smith fits his system well. There's playmakers in KC, and while I don't put much stock in the talking heads of the media as a whole, I think it's telling that almost EVERYbody is picking the Chefs to make a run at the post-sesason this year.Dallas' struggles are well documented. Romo's ribs are supposedly not an issue, but I don't see how the guy can continue to take the beating he has and finish the season upright. The oline is still a shambles and the defense is missing key starters.I'm sticking with the Chefs at home.WAS @ GBBobby Tripod looked bad to start this week, and considerably better by the end. Still, he took a beating from the Eagles D on Monday and will be wary. Green Bay's defense showed last week that they'll make you *pay* if you try that read-option tomfoolery with them. Problem is, Washington doesn't have Anquan Boldin to crank out a 200 yard day on the Pack.The reverse is even worse. Against a STOUT defense in SF, Aaron Rodgers moved the chains well, showed hsi usual hard edge and absolute command of the offense. So long as #12 is upright, Green Bay will score points. And the Washington River Basins Indigenous Peoples or whatever is PC nowadays don't have the defense to reliably stop that offesnse.I think this will be a fairly thorough beatdown of Washington by a Packers club not real happy about how last week went and looking for a team to make an example of.TEN @ HOUTennessee beat a shell-schocked and dishevelled Pittsburgh team that took out its own center early in the day and had a crap running game to boot. That isn't Houston.Plus, you don't need me to point out how well Houston's defense can handle the offense that the Tits put forward. The strength of Tennessee is the line and the run, and short/medium passing. Which Houston plans on having for breakfast most mornings. This will not be pretty for Mike Munchak's squad. Division losses sting more than any other.MIA @ INDMiami is such a confounding squad. They have a decent pass rush, and the middle of the line is pretty stout, but they lack offensive firepower and a consistent run game. Offenvie-minded Joe Philbin was brought in to correct this shortcoming, and we shall see how his second year goes compared to his first.However, Indy's QB and anyone's guess where the ball will go offense is really, really tough to play against. Their defense is their weakness, and they have the O to stay in front many times. I think they can outscore Miami's offense, and that's what counts at the end of the day. Indy wins at home.SD @ PHIWe'll see about the Chip Kelley offense in the long run. I'm more worried about the beating Mike Vick took Monday night. He's not the biggest QB in the league, and has a history of injury. He was handled like a schoolyard runt Monday night.That said, Philly's D plays like the O....fast. I don't know if San Diego can score enough points to get out ahead of the quick-pace scoring. And after giving up ...what, a 20 point lead last week against Houston, I don't have much faith in them.I'll take Philly at home.Sunday lateDET @ ARIShort and sweet: The Detroit offense with Reggie Bush will put points up, even against a D as good as Arizona's.Arizona's new offense, even with proven journeyman passer Carson Palmer and ultra-receiver threat Larry Fitzgerald will move the chains and score points too, just not quite as many.At the end of the day, I see the equation being slightly more in favor of Detroit. Slightly. I'll pick them to win, but if it were a down-to-the-wire nailbiter, it wouldn't surprise me at all.NO @ TBHeh. As if Breesus won't win this game. There's no way Tampa's D can deal with the plethora of offense Sean Payton's offense will throw at them. Even a 'meh' N.O. defense can limit the scores of the Bucs' suspect offense.It won't be close.DEN @ NYGNew York has a better offense than the Ravens do right now. So, there's that. Meaning, I don't forsee quite the levels of hellfire and brimstone that Denver laid upon Blatimore last week.However, I don't see much hope for the NY defense against Peyton, either. While not a forty-nearly-fifty-buger, a thorough drubbing is in the cards for Manning the lesser at the hands of Manning the greater.JAX @ OAKTwo sedated retards slap-fighting in the back of the short bus for the last tater tot.I'll take Oakland ... well, for teh lulz at this point.Sunday NightGame O' The Week - SF @ SEANot gonna lie, I grew up rooting for the Montana-led Niners and Jerry Rice was my idol. But I'm rooting, personally, for Seattle in this one.I think the Niners have a more potent offense than Seattle does, by a little. I also think that, with the injuries and suspensions, San Fran has about as good a defense as Seattle right now. Later this year, I think that'll swing over to Seattle's favor, but that's later.Also, ask Tom Brady, Drew Brees, and Aaron Rodgers how hard it is to score points in the Clink. That's double-tough. Plus, divisional opponent to add a little extra salt.SLIGHT edge on a neutral field to SF. But in that place, there's enough home field to swing it a hair over to Seadderal. I may end up regretting this, but I'm sticking with the Hawks at home against the Vegas advice...I'm not looking to win money, I'm looking at picking winners.MondayPIT @ CINNormally this would be a whale of a game. But with the dumpster fire that is the front of the Stiller offense right now, and with age and attrition taking more and more from Dick Lebeau's D every game, I gotta go with the Cats here.
 
2013-09-12 07:42:31 PM  

xaks: Time for the picks!


Holy Formatting Fail Batman!
 
2013-09-12 07:42:33 PM  

Wadded Beef: Patriots still win, but covering 11 points? I'm staying away...


Pats win by more than 20.
 
2013-09-12 07:42:34 PM  
what the hell happened to my formatting?

goddamnitsomuch
 
2013-09-12 07:42:48 PM  
I'm anticipating much hilarity. Don't let me down, Jets.
 
2013-09-12 07:42:59 PM  

xaks: Time for the picks!

[time cube]

 
2013-09-12 07:44:11 PM  
goddammit, its on the NFL network.  ill have to actually go somewhere to watch this?  no thanks.
 
2013-09-12 07:44:18 PM  

kronicfeld: xaks: Time for the picks!

[time cube]


Nah, needs more four-sided days and anti-Semitism.
 
2013-09-12 07:49:12 PM  

xaks: Time for the picks!


WALL OF TEXT!

ain't nobody got time for that
 
2013-09-12 07:50:13 PM  

kronicfeld: Wadded Beef: Patriots still win, but covering 11 points? I'm staying away...

Bovada has the line at Pats -13, but is paying out +110 on that bet, whereas taking the Jets to cover is -130. I've either had too much or too little beer to figure out how to bet this one.


Stay away from it. The Patriots aren't that good (especially with Arena League recievers) and the Jets aren't that bad.

Could they win by 13? Ya, there could be a Genocerption or 3. But I'm not betting it. I do think Pats will win though, probably by a TD or so.
 
2013-09-12 07:50:20 PM  
One more try, with better formatting this time I hope!

THUR
NYJ @ NE
I don't actually need to type anything here, right?

Sunday early
STL @ ATL
This match really makes me wonder. The first game showed they still have the defense, and the offense struggled. BUT, that aside, it looked to me like ALL theoffenses strugged out of the gate this year. I heard a couple of announcers in various games this weekend bring up how much shorter practices and coaching
opportunities are now than in yesteryear. I don't think this is a "Damned kids get off my lawn!" thing, I think it's real...almost every offense looked like ass, and get
markedly better as they played. Most of the games I watched had a very, very different looking offense at the end of the game than the beginning.
With that said, I think making judgements on offensive ability before the end of at least week two would be a fool's errand. In this matchup, going by a mixture of last
year and some supposition based on game one, we have an interesting equation to consider:
Atlanta's offense versus St Louis' Defense - There aren't many defenses that can take Altanta's plethora of weapons off the table. St Louis may be close. They hit
hard, and swarm to the ball well. They create turnovers, and by the third quarter even grizzled veterans are covering up before the hits and flinching. Atlanta will move
the chains and put up some points, they're just too talented not to. The addition of Steven Jackson is a big plus...he has the power and pinache to grind it out against
his former team and tire THEM out.
St. Louis' offense against Atlanta's D - Atlanta isn't very good in coverage. To the surprise of absolutely nobody. Newly acquired Jared Cook will have a monster day
on short and middle routes against suspect linebacker pass coverage, and their often-overlooked run game will keep the Flacons line honest and safeties up near the
line.
All in all, I think Atlanta squeaks out a win at home, but at what cost...they will be beaten, bloody, and have lots of bodies in the cold tubs this week.

CAR @ BUF
As we saw, QB play was pretty rusty all over the place this last week, and there isn't much experience starting in this game either. The newly-led Bills will be hosting the
Panthers, and we'll see who can do what.
I like Carolina's defense a lot. Especially the monster Luke the Tackling Machine in the middle...he's a beast. Rangey, fast, and he knows how to wrap you up and take
you down NOW. I'm fairly sure they'll effectively nullify the Buffalo running and CJ SPiller fairly effectively as well as the short passing game. They'll DARE the young
Bills offense to beat them downfield.
The thing is, I think Buffalo is ALMOST there. They're not a bottom-3 type team any more. They're playing hard and fast, and they aren't afriad to take chances. If only
they'd stop pissing off one of their best playmakers in Byrd!
I think Carolina wins this one, but it wouldn't surprise me to see the Bills squeak one out either. They don't back down from a challenge and will make you beat them.
Carolina by a field goal, maybe less, at the buzzer.

MIN @ CHI
Chicago surprised me last week with their win against the Bengals. They have a much easier time this week against a suspect offensive leader. Da Bears know as well
as anyone how hard AP runs, but at this point, go ahead and have Ponder beat us. Really. Go for it. Jared Allen and Co. will tee off against the known evil of AP and
stack the box. Which, as recent history has shown, is a good way to get your jock handed to you all game long but still win more than you lose.
Minnesota...well, at least there's a shiny new Jake in that empty trophy cabinet!

CLE @ BAL
I really, really, REALLY want to see Cleveland take this game. I do. In the worst way. And the pantsing the Ravens took last week is trying to give me hope.
But that was at the hands of Peyton. Weeden will never be mistaken for Peyton, and while the strength of the Browns is their D, they aren't anywhere near as good as
Denvers. That said, Baltimore's offense is really handicapped right now. The loss of Pitta *and* Boldin *and*...well, you get the idea. Despite backing 14 dump trucks
full of cash in Joe Flacco's driveway, he doesn't have much to throw *to*, and Ray Rice can't win the game by himself, much like AP upthread.
I still think Cleveland will be knocking on the door by the end of the year, probably around .500 and looking to hit the playoffs next year. And I'm almost certain they'll
finish above Pittsburgh in the division. But I don't think they QUITE have enough to snuff Baltimore for 60 minutes. Baltimore wins, but expect a spirited contest.

DAL @ KC
I'm going against the grain and taking KC here. Andy Reid's Travelling Waistline stopped at the BBQ capital and we saw last week, Alex Smith fits his system well.
There's playmakers in KC, and while I don't put much stock in the talking heads of the media as a whole, I think it's telling that almost EVERYbody is picking the Chefs
to make a run at the post-sesason this year.
Dallas' struggles are well documented. Romo's ribs are supposedly not an issue, but I don't see how the guy can continue to take the beating he has and finish the
season upright. The oline is still a shambles and the defense is missing key starters.
I'm sticking with the Chefs at home.

WAS @ GB
Bobby Tripod looked bad to start this week, and considerably better by the end. Still, he took a beating from the Eagles D on Monday and will be wary. Green Bay's
defense showed last week that they'll make you *pay* if you try that read-option tomfoolery with them. Problem is, Washington doesn't have Anquan Boldin to crank out
a 200 yard day on the Pack.
The reverse is even worse. Against a STOUT defense in SF, Aaron Rodgers moved the chains well, showed hsi usual hard edge and absolute command of the
offense. So long as #12 is upright, Green Bay will score points. And the Washington River Basins Indigenous Peoples or whatever is PC nowadays don't have the
defense to reliably stop that offense.
I think this will be a fairly thorough beatdown of Washington by a Packers club not real happy about how last week went and looking for a team to make an example of.

TEN @ HOU
Tennessee beat a shell-schocked and dishevelled Pittsburgh team that took out its own center early in the day and had a crap running game to boot. That isn't
Houston.
Plus, you don't need me to point out how well Houston's defense can handle the offense that the Tits put forward. The strength of Tennessee is the line and the run,
and short/medium passing. Which Houston plans on having for breakfast most mornings. This will not be pretty for Mike Munchak's squad. Division losses sting more
than any other.

MIA @ IND
Miami is such a confounding squad. They have a decent pass rush, and the middle of the line is pretty stout, but they lack offensive firepower and a consistent run
game. Offensive-minded Joe Philbin was brought in to correct this shortcoming, and we shall see how his second year goes compared to his first.
However, Indy's QB and anyone's guess where the ball will go offense is really, really tough to play against. Their defense is their weakness, and they have the O to
stay in front many times. I think they can outscore Miami's offense, and that's what counts at the end of the day. Indy wins at home.

SD @ PHI
We'll see about the Chip Kelley offense in the long run. I'm more worried about the beating Mike Vick took Monday night. He's not the biggest QB in the league, and
has a history of injury. He was handled like a schoolyard runt Monday night.
That said, Philly's D plays like the O....fast. I don't know if San Diego can score enough points to get out ahead of the quick-pace scoring. And after giving up ...what, a
20 point lead last week against Houston, I don't have much faith in them.
I'll take Philly at home.

Sunday late
DET @ ARI
Short and sweet: The Detroit offense with Reggie Bush will put points up, even against a D as good as Arizona's.
Arizona's new offense, even with proven journeyman passer Carson Palmer and ultra-receiver threat Larry Fitzgerald will move the chains and score points too, just
not quite as many.
At the end of the day, I see the equation being slightly more in favor of Detroit. Slightly. I'll pick them to win, but if it were a down-to-the-wire nailbiter, it wouldn't surprise
me at all.

NO @ TB
Heh. As if Breesus won't win this game. There's no way Tampa's D can deal with the plethora of offense Sean Payton's offense will throw at them. Even a 'meh' N.O.
defense can limit the scores of the Bucs' suspect offense.
It won't be close.

DEN @ NYG
New York has a better offense than the Ravens do right now. So, there's that. Meaning, I don't forsee quite the levels of hellfire and brimstone that Denver laid upon Baltimore last week.
However, I don't see much hope for the NY defense against Peyton, either. While not a forty-nearly-fifty-buger, a thorough drubbing is in the cards for Manning the
lesser at the hands of Manning the greater.

JAX @ OAK
Two sedated retards slap-fighting in the back of the short bus for the last tater tot.
I'll take Oakland ... well, for teh lulz at this point.

Sunday Night
Game O' The Week - SF @ SEA
Not gonna lie, I grew up rooting for the Montana-led Niners and Jerry Rice was my idol. But I'm rooting, personally, for Seattle in this one.
I think the Niners have a more potent offense than Seattle does, by a little. I also think that, with the injuries and suspensions, San Fran has about as good a defense
as Seattle right now. Later this year, I think that'll swing over to Seattle's favor, but that's later.
Also, ask Tom Brady, Drew Brees, and Aaron Rodgers how hard it is to score points in the Clink. That's double-tough. Plus, divisional opponent to add a little extra
salt.
SLIGHT edge on a neutral field to SF. But in that place, there's enough home field to swing it a hair over to Seadderal. I may end up regretting this, but I'm sticking with
the Hawks at home against the Vegas advice...I'm not looking to win money, I'm looking at picking winners.

Monday
PIT @ CIN
Normally this would be a whale of a game. But with the dumpster fire that is the front of the Stiller offense right now, and with age and attrition taking more and more
from Dick Lebeau's D every game, I gotta go with the Cats here.
 
2013-09-12 07:52:02 PM  
Yea, yea, go ahead, point and laugh, I farked up the formatting.

If that's the worst thing I fark up this week, I'll consider it a good week.
 
2013-09-12 07:52:22 PM  
farm6.staticflickr.com

Hey NFL. You never go full clownshoes/bees/Rex Ryan foot fetish. But you keep outdoing yourself, so I'll be expecting it.
 
2013-09-12 07:53:29 PM  

xaks: Time for the picks!


i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-12 07:54:10 PM  
*CURRENTLY CALIBRATING...*

Geno Smith, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
Tom Brady, Delhomme RatingTM - 0.0
 
2013-09-12 07:54:20 PM  
The TCU vs Texas Tech game will be more entertaining.
 
2013-09-12 07:55:14 PM  

xaks: One more try, with better formatting this time I hope!

THUR
NYJ @ NE
I don't actually need to type anything here, right?

Sunday early
STL @ ATL
This match really makes me wonder. The first game showed they still have the defense, and the offense struggled. BUT, that aside, it looked to me like ALL theoffenses strugged out of the gate this year. I heard a couple of announcers in various games this weekend bring up how much shorter practices and coaching
opportunities are now than in yesteryear. I don't think this is a "Damned kids get off my lawn!" thing, I think it's real...almost every offense looked like ass, and get
markedly better as they played. Most of the games I watched had a very, very different looking offense at the end of the game than the beginning.
With that said,....


Next time, I recommend copying and pasting it into a wikipedia sandbox to get rid of those annoying invisible newline characters, and then previewing it, and copying that to fark.
 
2013-09-12 07:55:15 PM  
I do enjoy Mark Sanchez being disappointed because he is sure he won the QB battle.
 
2013-09-12 07:55:37 PM  
*sigh* Just not the same without the Sanchize.
 
2013-09-12 07:56:01 PM  

4NSpy: xaks: Time for the picks!

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drses.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-09-12 07:56:18 PM  
Brady throws 3 picks and 1 fumble to Geno's 2 picks in one of the sloppiest games of the year
 
2013-09-12 07:56:31 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-12 07:57:06 PM  

yookaloco: [farm6.staticflickr.com image 533x548]

Hey NFL. You never go full clownshoes/bees/Rex Ryan foot fetish. But you keep outdoing yourself, so I'll be expecting it.


I love that the bees joke is still in there.
 
2013-09-12 07:57:27 PM  

yookaloco: xaks: One more try, with better formatting this time I hope!

THUR
NYJ @ NE
I don't actually need to type anything here, right?

Sunday early
STL @ ATL
This match really makes me wonder. The first game showed they still have the defense, and the offense struggled. BUT, that aside, it looked to me like ALL theoffenses strugged out of the gate this year. I heard a couple of announcers in various games this weekend bring up how much shorter practices and coaching
opportunities are now than in yesteryear. I don't think this is a "Damned kids get off my lawn!" thing, I think it's real...almost every offense looked like ass, and get
markedly better as they played. Most of the games I watched had a very, very different looking offense at the end of the game than the beginning.
With that said,....

Next time, I recommend copying and pasting it into a wikipedia sandbox to get rid of those annoying invisible newline characters, and then previewing it, and copying that to fark.


That's essentially what I did with a quick n' dirty paste into a notepad window, and a re-copypasta.

A couple extra 'return' hits and it finny took.

Glad I could look like the village retard for y'alls entertainment!
 
2013-09-12 07:57:40 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-12 07:58:49 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-12 08:01:07 PM  
Geno against GQ.   Good one Rich.
 
2013-09-12 08:01:37 PM  
Jets will win. This won't be pretty for New England.

Book it, done.
 
2013-09-12 08:01:46 PM  

4NSpy: [i.imgur.com image 400x300]


That is funny as hell
 
2013-09-12 08:04:00 PM  

netweavr: Jets will win. This won't be pretty for New England.

Book it, done.


The funniest and saddest part is that there are people out there that actually, fervently believe this.
 
2013-09-12 08:04:50 PM  
A college kicker just banked a made attempt of of both uprights.
 
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