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(ESPN)   Will the Jaguars score in the double digits once this year? Will the AFC North or NFC East take the lead for the worst division? Can anyone stop Manning from making QB history and breaking George Blanda's record? Here are your Week 3 Power Rankings   (espn.go.com) divider line 262
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2013-09-17 04:29:44 PM

Treygreen13: rickythepenguin: Treygreen13: Eli threw 3 embarassingly bad INTs and 1 that was a fluke bounce.


Palmer's pick six was miscommunication;  the TE was running to the right, but he thought the play was to sit in space so he stopped, but palmer tracked him still going right.......right into the arms of the defense, as if palmer meant to throw it to him. ugly, cost us 6 points, but the kind of thing that can be fixed.

palmer also threw probably two sure TDs juuuuuuuuuuuuuust out of reach.  i know every game and every player has acouple of plays here that would change games, but we left two TDs on the field.  ehhh.  it happens.

but hey, in fairness to DET, they missed a relatively easy FG twice.  we ran into the kicker on about a 38 yarder, they missed wide left, but on the penalty (5yd penalty) dude doinked it right.  DOINK! so both teams left points on the field.

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2013-09-17 04:34:52 PM

Funk Brothers: I'm willing to bet the Steelers will go to the Super Bowl this season after starting 0-2.

Stranger things have happened before, just ask the 2007 New York Giants.


i'm in. willing to go with a year of totalfark? or something cheaper? i don't care, i just know i have the odds with me now, so imma push all-in.
 
2013-09-17 04:35:55 PM

steamingpile: Nadie_AZ: How are the  Seahawks on top? That smashing was against a division opponent that had emotions high. I mean, you could almost feel the electricity in the air. It was as if I were going to see lightning through out the stadium as the game went on.

That's just the adderral they were smoking before the game.....

Power rankings are like CFB rankings, useless until around week 4-5 to see how everything shakes out.


Even then the sample size is really too small to be very useful. There are reasons stat lovers are found more often in baseball. A big one is that by this point in the season, each MLB team would have already played more games than an NFL team does in a season (including playoffs).
 
2013-09-17 04:36:58 PM

Shame Us: Treygreen13: IAmRight: Treygreen13: I think you have got to give bonus points for 3 picks in the end zone

Oh c'mon, Kaepernick's first interception came from closer to the end zone than Eli's. Just got tipped at like the 1.

JUST LET ME HAVE THIS ONE THING

The Seahawks stomped the crap out of all the 49ers, and frankly Kaep's legs was were the only things working at all in that game. Eli threw 3 embarassingly bad INTs and 1 that was a fluke bounce.

FTFY. His arm was certainly not working.


still don't know why they didn't run the ball more often/run screen passes, i mean it's like the NFL forgot how to play in a hostile environment while simultaneously forgetting what good cornerbacks looked like

everybody was all "oooooh play action" and their brains oozed out of their ears
 
2013-09-17 04:38:46 PM

dywed88: Even then the sample size is really too small to be very useful. There are reasons stat lovers are found more often in baseball. A big one is that by this point in the season, each MLB team would have already played more games than an NFL team does in a season (including playoffs).


By this time in the season? MLB accomplishes that about 3 weeks into their season.
 
2013-09-17 04:42:26 PM
On the graf it appears the the Saints and Da Bears have hit ESPN's glass ceiling in the rankings
 
2013-09-17 04:45:27 PM

mikaloyd: On the graf it appears the the Saints and Da Bears have hit ESPN's glass ceiling in the rankings


I knew the bears were a bunch of girls
 
2013-09-17 04:46:01 PM

mikaloyd: On the graf it appears the the Saints and Da Bears have hit ESPN's glass ceiling in the rankings


Heh, totally. Nice call.
 
2013-09-17 04:54:24 PM
Good ol' Baguars, sucking for Bridgewater. Or maybe Boyd. Even our sportswriter gave up.
 
2013-09-17 04:57:17 PM

thecpt: mikaloyd: On the graf it appears the the Saints and Da Bears have hit ESPN's glass ceiling in the rankings

I knew the bears were a bunch of girls

 cdn.lastangryfan.com
 
2013-09-17 04:58:29 PM

Di Atribe: One 14 point drop:Redskins


 late to the party re the WARR GRAFFF, WARRR, but........i know they had the playoff app last year but....come on.  as precipitous as their immediate decline has been, did anyone really think they'd be that good this year,  really?  WAS is a proud football town and a "storied franchise".  and they've sucked for so long that when they show a flash of competence, the narrative is "THE 'SKINS ARE BACK, BABY!"  they're like the Notre Dame of the NFL.  point being, their line sucks but don't act surprised, football fan.
 
2013-09-17 05:00:00 PM

skrame: thecpt: mikaloyd: On the graf it appears the the Saints and Da Bears have hit ESPN's glass ceiling in the rankings

I knew the bears were a bunch of girls
 


His hair always looks greasy. Like he last washed it in a year beginning with a 1.
 
2013-09-17 05:09:39 PM
The AFC North looks about right so far.  Maybe the Bengals and Ravens could be swapped, and I'd say the Steelers are too damn low by maybe one or two spots, but that's more because of who's above them than anything else.  And, as always, the Browns are the Browns.

robsul82: For outsucking Eli Manning in a week that yet another Peyton schooling was set, for making sure that Jim Harbaugh in his tiny eyeglasses was only the second-silliest looking man on the field that night, for scoring a 66.7 against the Seattle Seahawks, I am proud to present The Jake for Week 2 of the 2013 NFL season to Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers.


I'll spare you the usual ass-kissing and just say that this was probably the right choice, all things considered.
 
2013-09-17 05:10:08 PM
Raiders are underrated, Black Tebow will lead us to redemption.

Peyton's going down this week. Down like the alcohol I have to consume to maintain my faith in Oakland.
 
2013-09-17 05:16:11 PM

AdamK: Shame Us: Treygreen13: IAmRight: Treygreen13: I think you have got to give bonus points for 3 picks in the end zone

Oh c'mon, Kaepernick's first interception came from closer to the end zone than Eli's. Just got tipped at like the 1.

JUST LET ME HAVE THIS ONE THING

The Seahawks stomped the crap out of all the 49ers, and frankly Kaep's legs was were the only things working at all in that game. Eli threw 3 embarassingly bad INTs and 1 that was a fluke bounce.

FTFY. His arm was certainly not working.

still don't know why they didn't run the ball more often/run screen passes, i mean it's like the NFL forgot how to play in a hostile environment while simultaneously forgetting what good cornerbacks looked like

everybody was all "oooooh play action" and their brains oozed out of their ears


If I was a SF fan, my gripe would be with the playcalling in the run game. Diving Frank Gore up the middle was obviously not working and the read-option was getting minimal returns. I would have gone with a few more designe Kaep runs and tried getting the ball outside off tackle a little more. I'm not sure how much good it would have done on that night against a Seahawk D that was obviously feeling it, but 11 carries for 13 yards in the conventional ground game is not going to get you where you want to be,
 
2013-09-17 05:18:09 PM

netweavr: Peyton's going down this week. Down like the alcohol I have to consume to maintain my faith in Oakland.



Huh.  the Sunday I'm in town, WAS will be at the Oracle dot net Synergy Kaiser Permanente Field at Al Davis Stadium Joint Use Facility Black Hole.  Rather a shame I can't make it.  Might explain why finding a room in OAK was such a hassle, though.
 
2013-09-17 05:22:25 PM
FARKISTAN ELIMINATOR UPDATE
After 1 week, the Fark eliminator league goes from  54 players down to  39.That means we've lost only 5 this week.Of those 5,2 Chose the Eagles:Agent Nick Fury (Don't believe in the SHIELD)Superb Owl Champions (Not so much)1 Chose the Lions:jmsvrsn..and 2 didn't even make a pick:Gonz_PVP_Pipe_Lockslost_thought_00The Wizard hat of the week award goes to joe_digrizfor being the only Farker to pick the Packers to beat the snot out of the Redskins.I'll break down the other picks when I'm not packing for Wisconsin.
 
2013-09-17 05:26:30 PM

rickythepenguin: netweavr: Peyton's going down this week. Down like the alcohol I have to consume to maintain my faith in Oakland.


Huh.  the Sunday I'm in town, WAS will be at the Oracle dot net Synergy Kaiser Permanente Field at Al Davis Stadium Joint Use Facility Black Hole.  Rather a shame I can't make it.  Might explain why finding a room in OAK was such a hassle, though.


A's end the season away so it's probably DC fans going to the game, yeah.

I managed to get tix for the Monday Night, Dec 23 game Atl @ SF (last reg-season game @Candlestick?). That should be fun provided both teams are still in the hunt at that point.
 
2013-09-17 05:32:46 PM

Di Atribe: dywed88: Even then the sample size is really too small to be very useful. There are reasons stat lovers are found more often in baseball. A big one is that by this point in the season, each MLB team would have already played more games than an NFL team does in a season (including playoffs).

By this time in the season? MLB accomplishes that about 3 weeks into their season.


My point exactly, an eigth of the way through the season (2 games in the NFL), a MLB team has played over 20 games, the maximum an NFL team can play.

It doesn't mean anything, just shows why NFL statistics and extrapolation is often awful, due to the very low sample size.
 
2013-09-17 05:40:10 PM

netweavr: I managed to get tix for the Monday Night, Dec 23 game Atl @ SF (last reg-season game @Candlestick?). That should be fun provided both teams are still in the hunt at that point.


I'm gonna try to score tix for that game too.  Along with my wife, kid, and parents, I attended the final baseball game at Candlestick (Giants v. Dodgers in 1999--my then-one-year-old-now-15-years-old daughter's very first baseball game, and my dad's very last baseball game in that he was diagnosed with a non-operable brain tumor about a month later).  It would be cool to see the final football game (final regular season game, anyway) scheduled to be played in the old dump too.
 
2013-09-17 05:46:26 PM

LucklessWonder: I'll break down the other picks when I'm not packing for Wisconsin.


Everyone who picked the Bengals to win also picked the Colts to win in week 1 (myself included).
 
2013-09-17 05:52:30 PM

LucklessWonder: After 1 week, the Fark eliminator league goes from 54 players down to 39.That means we've lost only 5 this week.


I'm not in your league, but doesn't 54 - 39 =15?
 
2013-09-17 05:53:31 PM
I'm happy with the Bears being at 9. They do good when they're ranked below 5. Five and up, players start to get hurt and then it's all downhill from there.
 
2013-09-17 05:55:06 PM

skrame: LucklessWonder: After 1 week, the Fark eliminator league goes from 54 players down to 39.That means we've lost only 5 this week.

I'm not in your league, but doesn't 54 - 39 =15?


I think he means they lost 10 after week 1 and 5 in week 2.
 
2013-09-17 05:56:10 PM

LucklessWonder: didn't even make a pick:Gonz


Ah, Bob Sagat! Knew I forgot something.
 
2013-09-17 05:56:32 PM

mikaloyd: On the graf it appears the the Saints and Da Bears have hit ESPN's glass ceiling in the rankings


Well, this is ESPN we are talking about. To move either of them up would most likely mean moving New England down....
 
2013-09-17 05:57:04 PM

Treygreen13: IAmRight: Treygreen13: I think you have got to give bonus points for 3 picks in the end zone

Oh c'mon, Kaepernick's first interception came from closer to the end zone than Eli's. Just got tipped at like the 1.

JUST LET ME HAVE THIS ONE THING

The Seahawks stomped the crap out of all the 49ers, and frankly Kaep was the only thing working at all in that game. Eli threw 3 embarassingly bad INTs and 1 that was a fluke bounce.


Yeah, but Eli has plenty of chances to get a Jake this year. Kaepernick...not so much.
 
2013-09-17 05:58:02 PM
I always get here too late. :(
 
2013-09-17 05:58:25 PM

netweavr: (last reg-season game @Candlestick?)



wow, that's cool.  possibly last event ever, right?  50 years of history there.  hell the beatles played there!

I'm going to the Week 10ish Rams game.  hey man who knows, that could mean something.  UNLIKELY i admit, but you never know.
 
2013-09-17 05:59:34 PM

snowshovel: mikaloyd: On the graf it appears the the Saints and Da Bears have hit ESPN's glass ceiling in the rankings

Well, this is ESPN we are talking about. To move either of them up would most likely mean moving New England down....


I don't think that struggling to beat a team worse than the Jets is better than struggling to beat the Jets. And, well, the Vikings are the Vikings. Bears almost lost to the damn Ponders. Can't really speak proudly of any of those teams' accomplishments as of yet.

/and I hate the Pats and like the Saints
 
2013-09-17 06:09:25 PM

muck4doo: I always get here too late. :(


You are just on time for party!
 
2013-09-17 06:10:31 PM

Treygreen13: skrame: LucklessWonder: After 1 week, the Fark eliminator league goes from 54 players down to 39.That means we've lost only 5 this week.

I'm not in your league, but doesn't 54 - 39 =15?

I think he means they lost 10 after week 1 and 5 in week 2.


I did indeed, but was typing in a hurry. Heading to Reagan National Airport in a few...
 
2013-09-17 06:20:05 PM

robsul82: For outsucking Eli Manning in a week that yet another Peyton schooling was set, for making sure that Jim Harbaugh in his tiny eyeglasses was only the second-silliest looking man on the field that night, for scoring a 66.7 against the Seattle Seahawks, I am proud to present The Jake for Week 2 of the 2013 NFL season to Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers.


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Thanks, Rob! Speaking of Best Manning, rising to the #2 spot this week... THE DENVER BRONCOS!!! :D

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2013-09-17 06:34:56 PM

Di Atribe: 'm not sure I'd tag myself a Scorps fan. It's like I wouldn't call myself a Packers fan. I think they're cool, but I don't own their gear, ya know? But anyway, that Rock you Like a Hurricane was AWESOME!


Glad you liked it.  I just watched some other cool tunes with them and the orchestra.  Their early stuff was the best.

/ Damn dog can be demanding and not let you finish a thought ...

I've always been a Scorps fan.  Only was able to see them once,  w/out Michael.  I still think Michael is one of the great guitar players, just never got well known like the others.  Many people don't know about UFO, let alond\e the Schenker Group.  All have some very awesome music.

Oh well, Bella (the dog) must be hungry, I'm getting the evil eye, and we were just outside.

/ Time to feed Bella
// Then feed me
/// Probably should get some sleep since I worked till 7am and didn't get my 5 hrs of shut-eye today.
 
2013-09-17 06:37:05 PM

LucklessWonder: I did indeed, but was typing in a hurry. Heading to Reagan National Airport in a few...


Are you coming to see me


PaulieattheTap: Oh well, Bella (the dog) must be hungry, I'm getting the evil eye, and we were just outside.


Hmmmm your profile is devoid of any pictures of this so-called "Bella."
 
2013-09-17 06:44:33 PM

Di Atribe: LucklessWonder: I did indeed, but was typing in a hurry. Heading to Reagan National Airport in a few...

Are you coming to see me


PaulieattheTap: Oh well, Bella (the dog) must be hungry, I'm getting the evil eye, and we were just outside.

Hmmmm your profile is devoid of any pictures of this so-called "Bella."


Only if you happen to be in Sheboygan, WI. So, not this time.
 
2013-09-17 07:08:09 PM

redmid17: Shame Us: HaywoodJablonski: Shame Us: HaywoodJablonski: Jags are 19.5 point underdogs at Seattle this weekend. Raiders get 15 at Denver. And the Colts get TEN at San Fran. Colts can cover, but I don't know about the other two

ESPN The Mag, IIRC, Has the SEA_JAX game predicted at a 58-0 scoreline. That's ridiculous. Jacksonville may suck, but they won't roll over like AZ did last year.

Jacksonville can leave everything they have on the field and still lose by 40. It's a question of talent not heart

58-0 is the scoreline of a team that has completely capitulated, like AZ did last season. While Jacksonville is terrible and outclassed by the Seahawks at maybe every position, a near 60-burger is not in the cards again. I'm not saying it's impossible, nor that the 19.5 spread is wrong at all, just that the prediction of a relegation-level beasting may be overblown.

If Gabbert starts, I could see it as realistic. If Henne starts, the Jags might actually put up some points. If they let Denard play QB, it means Gabbert and Henne are dead and Khan has been kidnapped by a Tebow-inspired right wing militia group.


At this point it doesn't really matter.  What *does* matter is in the last 9 home games, Seattle is 9-0 ATS...lay the points and bet big.  Jacksonville has scored 10 points in 2 games...the Seahawks have GIVEN UP 10 points in 2 games.
 
2013-09-17 07:11:20 PM

RickyWilliams'sBong: HaywoodJablonski: Jags are 19.5 point underdogs at Seattle this weekend. Raiders get 15 at Denver. And the Colts get TEN at San Fran. Colts can cover, but I don't know about the other two

I'll take all the underdogs there in my pick'em pool.

This isn't college.  As bad as JAX and OAK are, 15- to 20-point lines are absurd in the NFL.

May regret it, but I'll take my chances.


31 and 32 vs. 1 and 2, according to the power rankings?  You really think Jacksonville can maintain +20 in Seattle?  Not only is Seattle 9-0 ATS and SU in their last 9 home games, but the last time Jacksonville came up to Seattle...it ended with them flying home 40-0 losers.

And Peyton is just gonna turn on the afterburners.
 
2013-09-17 07:16:24 PM

Fade2black: RickyWilliams'sBong: HaywoodJablonski: Jags are 19.5 point underdogs at Seattle this weekend. Raiders get 15 at Denver. And the Colts get TEN at San Fran. Colts can cover, but I don't know about the other two

I'll take all the underdogs there in my pick'em pool.

This isn't college.  As bad as JAX and OAK are, 15- to 20-point lines are absurd in the NFL.

May regret it, but I'll take my chances.

31 and 32 vs. 1 and 2, according to the power rankings?  You really think Jacksonville can maintain +20 in Seattle?  Not only is Seattle 9-0 ATS and SU in their last 9 home games, but the last time Jacksonville came up to Seattle...it ended with them flying home 40-0 losers.

And Peyton is just gonna turn on the afterburners.


He's right. 20 point NFL lines are absurd. I appreciate the sentiment and you might cash in. But that is a lot of points.
 
2013-09-17 07:17:56 PM

Di Atribe: LucklessWonder: I did indeed, but was typing in a hurry. Heading to Reagan National Airport in a few...

Are you coming to see me


PaulieattheTap: Oh well, Bella (the dog) must be hungry, I'm getting the evil eye, and we were just outside.

Hmmmm your profile is devoid of any pictures of this so-called "Bella."


Ok, try this link.  But don't look into the eyes!!!!
 
2013-09-17 07:30:38 PM

LucklessWonder: Di Atribe: LucklessWonder: I did indeed, but was typing in a hurry. Heading to Reagan National Airport in a few...

Are you coming to see me


PaulieattheTap: Oh well, Bella (the dog) must be hungry, I'm getting the evil eye, and we were just outside.

Hmmmm your profile is devoid of any pictures of this so-called "Bella."

Only if you happen to be in Sheboygan, WI. So, not this time.


Never been there, but visited White Fish Bay a couple of times when I was a tyke.  Had relatives there.  Well, { Mom and Dad called then relatives (they all grew up in an orphanage)} they were more like adopted relatives, but they were part of the family.

/ Sheboygen, isn't that where Jake but his a$$ kicked?
 
2013-09-17 07:45:04 PM

Treygreen13: Fade2black: RickyWilliams'sBong: HaywoodJablonski: Jags are 19.5 point underdogs at Seattle this weekend. Raiders get 15 at Denver. And the Colts get TEN at San Fran. Colts can cover, but I don't know about the other two

I'll take all the underdogs there in my pick'em pool.

This isn't college.  As bad as JAX and OAK are, 15- to 20-point lines are absurd in the NFL.

May regret it, but I'll take my chances.

31 and 32 vs. 1 and 2, according to the power rankings?  You really think Jacksonville can maintain +20 in Seattle?  Not only is Seattle 9-0 ATS and SU in their last 9 home games, but the last time Jacksonville came up to Seattle...it ended with them flying home 40-0 losers.

And Peyton is just gonna turn on the afterburners.

He's right. 20 point NFL lines are absurd. I appreciate the sentiment and you might cash in. But that is a lot of points.


Teaser the bet.  A teaser means you can move the line, but the caveat is you're putting up more money to win almost the same, and you have to teaser the spread AND the over/under.  So lets assume as of today:

Seattle -19.5
O/U is 40.5

If you bet $25 on the -19.5, you'd win $22.73.  Same with the O/U.  If you Parlay'd the bet, you be betting that you hit on both...odds go up.  A $10 Parlay on 2 picks nets you $26 extra.  So $25+25+10(parlay) is $60 to win $66.

On a Teaser, you can take the -19.5 and add/subtract anywhere from 3 to 10...a typical 6.5 teaser means you now lay -13 points, and the under is now 46.5.  But you have to wager $40 to win that same $22, and you MUST hit on both in order to win.

I know, alot of math...but sometimes (rarely) the teaser is the way to go.
 
2013-09-17 07:51:31 PM

Treygreen13: He's right. 20 point NFL lines are absurd. I appreciate the sentiment and you might cash in. But that is a lot of points.


It's a lot of points but no one in their right mind is going to bet on Jacksonville. Hell, the line started at 17 and it's already moved to 19.5.

Seattle probably won't run it up, though, Jacksonville's coach was a Seahawks assistant last year and I think it was a pretty amicable situation. But uh, yeah...Seattle hasn't even played well on offense yet and they just beat the second-best team in the league by 26. And it's possible we'll have Clemons back (though there's really no need to rush him - just save him for Houston, Pete!).

Fun fact for you Dallas fans - I went through all the NFC games (will try to get through AFC games tomorrow), did drive stats and expected points based on starting field position. Who's No. 1 in the NFC? Well, Seattle of course. But who's No. 2? Your Dallas Cowboys, who are outperforming their/their opponents starting field position by 15 points (of course, most of that is due to TD returns off of Giants' turnovers; without those the Cowboys are decidedly mediocre. But hey, it's something!

/the Redskins have the worst average starting position in the league - their own 20
//maybe they should try stopping someone on defense at some point
///best fourth-quarter team in the league, though! They DOMINATE when they're down 30 and the other team stops trying.
 
2013-09-17 09:07:33 PM

Treygreen13: skrame: LucklessWonder: After 1 week, the Fark eliminator league goes from 54 players down to 39.That means we've lost only 5 this week.

I'm not in your league, but doesn't 54 - 39 =15?

I think he means they lost 10 after week 1 and 5 in week 2.


OK... But he said "after one week". I read it wrong, I guess.

muck4doo: I always get here too late. :(


A muck4doo arrives precisely when he means to. This thread will still be kicking until a better NFL thread takes its place.

IAmRight: Bears almost lost to the damn Ponders. Can't really speak proudly of any of those teams' accomplishments as of yet.


I agree with IAR about a Chicago team... :goes to look for pigs in the sky.
 
2013-09-17 09:57:11 PM

thecpt: for those that missed it in the Sunday thread:

FAIL part one
FAIL part deux

brought to you by Bunny_deville and moi.

/who speaks limited french


Whar new Fail? Whar?
 
2013-09-17 10:03:04 PM

mikaloyd: thecpt: for those that missed it in the Sunday thread:

FAIL part one
FAIL part deux

brought to you by Bunny_deville and moi.

/who speaks limited french

Whar new Fail? Whar?


There wasn't enough fail IMO, and I don't speak for my PiC but she hasn't brought up anything.

Our intention for the fail is for monumental memorable failures which can encapsulate a brief second or entire season. Just didn't happen this week.

So let me boldly say, This week the NFL FAILED AT FAILING.

/hopefully next week!
 
2013-09-17 10:23:10 PM

thecpt: mikaloyd: thecpt: for those that missed it in the Sunday thread:

FAIL part one
FAIL part deux

brought to you by Bunny_deville and moi.

/who speaks limited french

Whar new Fail? Whar?

There wasn't enough fail IMO, and I don't speak for my PiC but she hasn't brought up anything.

Our intention for the fail is for monumental memorable failures which can encapsulate a brief second or entire season. Just didn't happen this week.

So let me boldly say, This week the NFL FAILED AT FAILING.

/hopefully next week!


Im OK with this
 
2013-09-17 10:38:01 PM

LucklessWonder: Only if you happen to be in Sheboygan, WI. So, not this time.


My dad is from Sheboygan. Tell everyone I said HEY DER!


PaulieattheTap: Ok, try this link. But don't look into the eyes!!!!


zomg HI BELLA whozza good girl? You are. Oh yes you are!
 
2013-09-17 11:18:02 PM

Treygreen13: IAmRight: Treygreen13: I think you have got to give bonus points for 3 picks in the end zone

Oh c'mon, Kaepernick's first interception came from closer to the end zone than Eli's. Just got tipped at like the 1.

JUST LET ME HAVE THIS ONE THING

The Seahawks stomped the crap out of all the 49ers, and frankly Kaep was the only thing working at all in that game. Eli threw 3 embarassingly bad INTs and 1 that was a fluke bounce.


Shhh.  No tears, only the knowledge that the RGIII Shenanigans are on pace to out horror show the NFL's All-Time Worst Defense by more than 1000 yards.  Their 2013 NFL Yearbook is going to be titled "Will Fight No More Forever."  And you can't be happy?  I thought you were a Cowboys fan.  I guess not.
 
2013-09-18 12:17:30 AM
I'd also like to point out that in terms of points allowed per drive vs. expected points allowed (based on starting field position), the Redskins are the worst in the NFC. The Giants are the second-worst. And the Eagles are the third-worst.

/the Cowboys are third-best
//New York's offense is the worst-rated of the four, but that's mostly due to the offense giving up a couple of TDs, and the fact that it's not weighted to reduce the value of Washington's worthless scoring
 
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