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2013-12-03 05:37:38 PM
Jason Whitlock can suck my ass.
 
2013-12-03 05:39:07 PM

UNC_Samurai: Di Atribe: UNC_Samurai: Treygreen13: Sorry guys, no trivia this week. I spent the day preparing for my court case. Ended up challenging and winning against a red light camera ticket.
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Go fark yourself, American Traffic Solutions. Fark yourself right in the ear. I told you that you wouldn't get a dime from me and I was right.

No business based on Throckmorton St. should ever be taken seriously.

I think that's City Hall's address.

Does that invalidate my argument?


By the look of it, your argument is not only valid but also sound.
 
2013-12-03 05:41:36 PM

degenerate-afro: I believe Flacco is 3-3 vs. the Patriots.

2-1 Playoffs
1-2 Regular Season



He is. Though a dropped pass by Evans/missed FG by Cundiff cost him one win and a dropped pass by Clayton cost him another.

The other loss was in overtime.
 
2013-12-03 05:43:06 PM

neuroflare: mikaloyd: [i.imgur.com image 850x937]

I just noticed he needs to clean his fingernails


Looks like he was heavy into some Doritos prior to bird-flippage.
 
2013-12-03 05:44:54 PM
Christ, 300 comments already. Di, I totally forgot about your SOV graf last night. You did an acceptable job in updating the numbers; I did a full update right now. TGTBSS coming up after I type it get my birthday drink on
 
2013-12-03 05:46:11 PM

mikaloyd: [i.imgur.com image 850x937]


THIS ISN'T THE MARCUS HALL FLOWCHART, YOU PUSSY!
 
2013-12-03 05:47:57 PM

neuroflare: mikaloyd: [i.imgur.com image 850x937]

I just noticed he needs to clean his fingernails


In wondering if he was inspired by ai Wei Wei
 
2013-12-03 05:50:05 PM

JusticeandIndependence: Rwa2play: IAmRight: Clash City Farker: Only Best Manning can beat Brady

I would think the best Manning would be the one that can make the playoffs every year.

Best Manning has two rings; last time I checked Peyton's only got one to his name.

Yes, the only measurement to a good QB is a ring.

Let's see.

Peyton is 2nd all time in pass yards, 2nd all time in pass completions, 2nd in all time touchdowns thrown, fastest ever to 50,000 yards, fastest ever to 60,000 yards, fastest to 4,000 completions, fastest to 400 passing touchdowns, 4x MVP, most seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards.....the list goes on and on and on.

The guy is going to be the greatest statistical passer the league has ever seen.

Sorry if he doesn't have two+ rings to meet your guidelines.


It's the same reason Mathew Stafford isn't considered an elite QB - the only stat that truly matters is Superbowl rings, followed by playoff victories, followed by regular season victories. Peyton is behind Eli in that. 5,000 yards, 50 TD's, those are nice but meaningless if you don't get the W, particularly in the playoffs, which has been the biggest knock on Peyton.

/And the Cowboys season is over, since they only play to the end of November.
//Go Lions!
 
2013-12-03 05:51:03 PM

RminusQ: Christ, 300 comments already. Di, I totally forgot about your SOV graf last night. You did an acceptable job in updating the numbers; I did a full update right now. TGTBSS coming up after I type it get my birthday drink on


Woohoo!  Happy birthday!

"Acceptable"
 
2013-12-03 05:52:13 PM

alwaysjaded: farbekrieg: Sigh falcons cant even keep a line on the #1 overall pick next year

/Houston stop sucking so damn hard

Hell no!! Houston needs to bomb every last remaining game so there will be no excuse not to nuke from orbit the entire coaching staff.

But knowing this organization, they'll probably just blow it hiring Lane Kiffin as head coach and
draft Manziel. *shudder*


now i want this to happen.  They can trade for Incognito, n'Donkey Kong Sue and Courtland Innegan too.
 
2013-12-03 05:56:31 PM
An animooted GIF of the SOV chart would be the bestest thing ever.
 
2013-12-03 05:57:45 PM

Rent Party: Shame Us: Rent Party: JusticeandIndependence: [assets.nydailynews.com image 635x832]

Good thing the Panther's front office didn't listen to "Fans" during the 1-3 start.  I'll take Cam over almost any QB in the league right now.

I am a huge Cam Newton fan and have been since his college days.   I get a bunch of grief for saying things like "I'd trade you Wilson for Newton right now, straight up."  I'm usually trolling when I do, but sometimes I mean it.

No trading Wilson. Not ever.

Oh I know.  But I look at Wilson, and I think "Man, what would he be like if he were six inches taller?"

And I know the answer.   He'd be Cam Newton.


Maybe physically but Wilson is a lot smarter and comes off as cool and humble guy.  Cam is a mopey self absorbed prick.  Cams the kind of guy that has to be told to give a touchdown ball to kids in the crowd because it will improve his image.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d8236f177/article/newton-follow s- panthers-coachs-script-gives-td-ball-to-kid
 
2013-12-03 05:59:52 PM

Treygreen13: Sorry guys, no trivia this week. I spent the day preparing for my court case. Ended up challenging and winning against a red light camera ticket.
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Go fark yourself, American Traffic Solutions. Fark yourself right in the ear. I told you that you wouldn't get a dime from me and I was right.


Thats actually way better than Trivia.  Stick it to the man!
 
2013-12-03 06:06:07 PM

elguerodiablo: Rent Party: Shame Us: Rent Party: JusticeandIndependence: [assets.nydailynews.com image 635x832]

Good thing the Panther's front office didn't listen to "Fans" during the 1-3 start.  I'll take Cam over almost any QB in the league right now.

I am a huge Cam Newton fan and have been since his college days.   I get a bunch of grief for saying things like "I'd trade you Wilson for Newton right now, straight up."  I'm usually trolling when I do, but sometimes I mean it.

No trading Wilson. Not ever.

Oh I know.  But I look at Wilson, and I think "Man, what would he be like if he were six inches taller?"

And I know the answer.   He'd be Cam Newton.

Maybe physically but Wilson is a lot smarter and comes off as cool and humble guy.  Cam is a mopey self absorbed prick.  Cams the kind of guy that has to be told to give a touchdown ball to kids in the crowd because it will improve his image.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d8236f177/article/newton-follow s- panthers-coachs-script-gives-td-ball-to-kid



Thanks for the story from 2011.  I think anybody paying attention has seen Newton mature quite a bit this year after receiving coaching from friends and family.  Yep, guy needed help from people to grow up some, probably a first in the history of the world...
 
2013-12-03 06:07:14 PM
Cam Newton or Russell Wilson?

What a pointless argument. Most of last year I would have picked RG3 over either. Easily. Now, not so much.

It's like a mini-Brady/Manning argument. Their fan bases should just be happy they have one of them. Not having a quality quarterback puts you in football fan hell, sometimes for years and years if you miss on the draft.

You know what I'm saying, don't you Seattle?
 
2013-12-03 06:11:24 PM

Di Atribe: neuroflare: mikaloyd: [i.imgur.com image 850x937]

I just noticed he needs to clean his fingernails

Looks like he was heavy into some Doritos prior to bird-flippage.


Might just be the light in the office. I hadn't eaten anything yet.
 
2013-12-03 06:11:26 PM
whar Jake whaar?
 
2013-12-03 06:13:40 PM

Techhell: It's the same reason Mathew Stafford isn't considered an elite QB


No, it's not.
 
2013-12-03 06:21:07 PM

Baelz: whar Jake whaar?


I think rob is too drunk after last night
 
2013-12-03 06:21:20 PM

Cletus C.: Cam Newton or Russell Wilson?

What a pointless argument. Most of last year I would have picked RG3 over either. Easily. Now, not so much.

It's like a mini-Brady/Manning argument. Their fan bases should just be happy they have one of them. Not having a quality quarterback puts you in football fan hell, sometimes for years and years if you miss on the draft.

You know what I'm saying, don't you Seattle?


Yes.  Yes, we do.  Two words: Rick Mirer.

Personally, I'm sick of the Newton v. Wilson debate.  I'm sick of the "Wilson is undefeated at home" trivia.  All I want at this point is a NFC Championship rematch from 2005.  Battle in Seattle Part II: Wilson Boogaloo.
 
2013-12-03 06:25:50 PM
Well.  Now that THAT'S over, first a word to the sky is falling types.
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/and now for The Jake
 
2013-12-03 06:29:02 PM

UNC_Samurai: mikaloyd: [i.imgur.com image 850x937]

THIS ISN'T THE MARCUS HALL FLOWCHART, YOU PUSSY!


THIS IS A JON MARTIN FLOWCHART YOU CLENIS

www.sportspickle.com
 
2013-12-03 06:32:14 PM

mikaloyd: UNC_Samurai: mikaloyd: [i.imgur.com image 850x937]

THIS ISN'T THE MARCUS HALL FLOWCHART, YOU PUSSY!

THIS IS A JON MARTIN FLOWCHART YOU CLENIS


I notice a distinct lack of WARRIOR CODE
 
2013-12-03 06:35:39 PM
Friends,

We are gathered here today to celebrate a remarkable achievement.  An achievement recorded by a gunslinger that, quite frankly, we didn't think we'd see in a starting role again.  A victory borne from an opportunity that most, up to and including this week's winner, probably did not think would ever come again.  While it is true that our man had recently found himself back on the field leading an NFL team once more after an unfortunate injury to his team's starter, one simply doesn't think a quarterback will just continue to get injured as the season progresses.  Not unless your team employs Michael Vick, dual aficionado of sending dogs to the animal doctor and himself to the people doctor, and the Tennessee Titans certainly do not.

So it was that our hero of the week found himself again thrown into the breach and thrown out of his own inner monologue, which revolved around the temperature of the metal clipboard in his hands, whether Jennifer Lawrence's breasts are in fact real, and if laissez-faire capitalism can truly be trusted to work in developing countries strung along the sub-Saharan continent.

What, our boy went to Harvard.  He's wicked smart.

No, getting back under center in an actual factual NFL game was the furthest thing from his mind on the afternoon of Week 10, his team taking on the squadron from Jacksonville that was being loosely labeled a "football team." With the division race heating up, our protagonist was quite happy for the upcoming easy win, not that he'd have much to do with it.  He spent his starting years up in Buffalo, and while his performance was at first so solid it reached the level of fanbase-comes-up-with-cute-name-derived-label status with "Fitzmagic," it hadn't lasted.

Buffalo went back to being Buffalo, and his weeks and months as the starter of the Bills were filled not with races for playoff spots or division crowns, oh no.

They were filled with races for The Jake.  Races that sadly went unfulfilled, game after game, performance after performance.  If the two quarterbacks most awash in talking head drool are Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, and the pairing of Jay Cutler and Philip Rivers form the matching sets of footprints in the sand immediately following Jake Delhomme's, then Andy Dalton and Ryan Fitzpatrick were truly the Twin Towers of Jake runners-up.

How they flung the ball to cornerbacks far and wide, how they bobbled the ball to the sausage link fingers of fat defensive linemen all around the league, and it was always for naught.  They'd always fail to fail in the most heartbreaking of ways, and even now, he didn't like thinking about those days.  The days of wine, roses, and golden horse's asses were all gone now, but that was fine.  He had an up-and-comer to take under his wing, to bring up in his mold.

Sure, of course he had noticed that Andy Dalton had finally gone all the way and went down in a blaze of glory the previous week, his 66.7 at long last able to stand up to all comers, and snared a Jake to call his very own.  But he shook his head then, gave a warm nod of appreciation to the TV screen displaying the bungling of the Bengals, and called over Locker for a final review of the gameplan that day.

The old dreams
were good dreams.  They didn't work out, but Ryan Fitzpatrick was glad he had them.

Their opponents were hapless then, their pitiful record of zero wins and eight losses quite easily attesting to that fact.  Some were openly discussing whether the fabled dream team of failure, the Detroit Lions of their 0-16 campaign in 2008, could defeat them.  Having managed to stumble through their bye week without losing to any middle school flag football teams, fresh off having been fed a fortyburger by the San Francisco 49ers, the Jaguars came to Tennessee hungry for hope and desperate for a miracle.


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And with a snap, crackle, and/or pop of Jake Locker's right foot, that prayer was answered.

Sure, Titans fans were worried, but our man had been a starter at one point, wasn't he?  This was the Jaguars, and they were at home...Hell, they could put the calcified corpse of Bud Adams under center and they could beat the farking Jaguars, couldn't they?

With a 4th quarter fumble returned for a touchdown at 2:32 remaining, providing the Jaguars with an unprecedented and unimaginable two score lead that would provide enough cover to ensure their first victory of the season, our champion could think only one thing, and he Goddamned well screamed it to the sky.


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"I'm farking BACK, baby!  How do you like them apples!"

The season continued, and for the next two weeks, that old black Fitzmagic was cooking.  A loss to the Indianapolis Colts was rough going, that's true, and it didn't make fans happy that their team was now 0-2 for the second coming of The Ryan Fitzpatrick Era.  But he knew they had the Colts again in two weeks, and in between there, they had the Oakland Raiders.  Being the first team to lose to the Jags was tough, but even the team that did that couldn't lose to the Raiders...

Right?

Following their 4-point victory over the Raiders, Fitz was feeling fine, and why wouldn't he?


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His beard was in full bloom.

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Jake Locker was willing to pretend to listen as he would detail how the assassination of William McKinley in 1901 by anarchist Leon Czolgosz was actually more interesting than either of the Lincoln or Kennedy assassinations.

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The ghost of Bud Adams came to bestow some last minute advice.

Yeah, life was pretty sweet.  He was starting again, and the division title was still in sight - a win here would put them a game back with 4 to go.  There were some niggling reminders in his head, though.  Constant flashes of Dalton's award-winning performance washing over his beautiful mind as the game got underway and, as Andrew Luck threw a bad pick in the first 2 minutes of the game, a subconscious growl emerged from somewhere far beyond the mass of facial hair behind his facemask.

He swallowed hard and settled those urges down quickly, though, as the game became an early defensive struggle.  Points were at a premium as the first quarter turned into the second, as a narrow Indianapolis lead became a slight Tennessee advantage and just as quickly turned back the other way.  It looked as though this battle would be waged solely on the scoreboard, but then...quick as a flash...

Andrew Luck fumbled.

33.3 was his score, and for our Hibernian friend, there were no more desires able to be overcome.  This was war, and one soon met with an interception by Fitzpatrick to close the first half.  Those feelings only stewed further in his guts, and they consumed him.

Unable to avoid retaking the lead on their first possession of the second half, he heroically slammed the ball onto the grass as he was being sacked during the second.   That lead vanished due to yet another Adam Vinatieri field goal on the gift possession, a 50.0 was notched with another interception only 80 seconds afterward.  One might've thought that would be enough, but he just knew better.

All those past heartbreaks.  All those wrong turns.  The journey from starter to backup, how it weighed on him.  How he stood on those sidelines and wished Delhomme would send him something he was afraid to lose.

Now, he knew that Jake had.

The game was still in doubt, the Indianapolis margin a mere 8 points.  But he heard something else was in doubt.  Yet again, there was a logjam at 50.0.  Once more, there were a handful of other quarterbacks jostling for the same crown that had been so cruelly snatched from his head.

But he had the ball, there was time on the clock, and every passing second is another chance to turn it all around.

So he did.

And as he watched his pass fly past his allegedly intended Titan teammate and near the Colt behind him, he saw his trophy.  His trophy beckoning, its radiant glow washing all those lost clubhouse leads away, and the emotions just poured out of him.


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No, not like that.  Not everyone micturates from their eyeballs, you know.

For providing proof positive that dreams never die, for showing us that no perpetual bridesmaid should ever be given up on for this award, for scoring a 66.7 against the Indianapolis Colts, I am proud to present The Jake for Week 13 of the 2013 NFL season to Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Tennessee Titans.


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Ryan, anything to share?  Wait...are you singing?

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"When I lost you, honey, sometimes I think I lost my guts too.  Oh girl, you've got my love, heaaaaaaaaaaaart and soul."

Awww.  As another remarkably bearded man once said...


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"That's beautiful, man."
 
2013-12-03 06:36:27 PM

Cletus C.: Cam Newton or Russell Wilson?

What a pointless argument. Most of last year I would have picked RG3 over either. Easily. Now, not so much.

It's like a mini-Brady/Manning argument. Their fan bases should just be happy they have one of them. Not having a quality quarterback puts you in football fan hell, sometimes for years and years if you miss on the draft.

You know what I'm saying, don't you Seattle?


the worst is when you draft a good quarterback who goes all Derrick Rose on you... just good enough to root for the guy and pull your heart strings, just glass enough that every year you can't wait for hockey to start
 
2013-12-03 06:36:57 PM

harleyquinnical: Cletus C.: Cam Newton or Russell Wilson?

What a pointless argument. Most of last year I would have picked RG3 over either. Easily. Now, not so much.

It's like a mini-Brady/Manning argument. Their fan bases should just be happy they have one of them. Not having a quality quarterback puts you in football fan hell, sometimes for years and years if you miss on the draft.

You know what I'm saying, don't you Seattle?

Yes.  Yes, we do.  Two words: Rick Mirer.

Personally, I'm sick of the Newton v. Wilson debate.  I'm sick of the "Wilson is undefeated at home" trivia.  All I want at this point is a NFC Championship rematch from 2005.  Battle in Seattle Part II: Wilson Boogaloo.


Rick Mirer...Dan McGwire...Stan Gelbaugh...Jon Freisz...Trent Dilfer...
 
2013-12-03 06:37:30 PM
Meanwhile, moving up to #2 on our countdown this week... THE DENVER BRONCOS! :D

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2013-12-03 06:39:46 PM

UNC_Samurai: mikaloyd: UNC_Samurai: mikaloyd: [i.imgur.com image 850x937]

THIS ISN'T THE MARCUS HALL FLOWCHART, YOU PUSSY!

THIS IS A JON MARTIN FLOWCHART YOU CLENIS

I notice a distinct lack of WARRIOR CODE


HERE IS YOUR DISTINCT LACK OF WARRIOR CODE FLOWCHART

daily100.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-12-03 06:42:59 PM

robsul82: For providing proof positive that dreams never die, for showing us that no perpetual bridesmaid should ever be given up on for this award, for scoring a 66.7 against the Indianapolis Colts, I am proud to present The Jake for Week 13 of the 2013 NFL season to Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Tennessee Titans.


i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-12-03 06:51:26 PM

robsul82: Friends,


fitzmagic baby!
 
2013-12-03 06:51:29 PM

Shame Us: harleyquinnical: Cletus C.: Cam Newton or Russell Wilson?

What a pointless argument. Most of last year I would have picked RG3 over either. Easily. Now, not so much.

It's like a mini-Brady/Manning argument. Their fan bases should just be happy they have one of them. Not having a quality quarterback puts you in football fan hell, sometimes for years and years if you miss on the draft.

You know what I'm saying, don't you Seattle?

Yes.  Yes, we do.  Two words: Rick Mirer.

Personally, I'm sick of the Newton v. Wilson debate.  I'm sick of the "Wilson is undefeated at home" trivia.  All I want at this point is a NFC Championship rematch from 2005.  Battle in Seattle Part II: Wilson Boogaloo.

Rick Mirer...Dan McGwire...Stan Gelbaugh...Jon Freisz...Trent Dilfer...


Kelly Stouffer.
 
2013-12-03 06:52:38 PM

UNC_Samurai: Shame Us: harleyquinnical: Cletus C.: Cam Newton or Russell Wilson?

What a pointless argument. Most of last year I would have picked RG3 over either. Easily. Now, not so much.

It's like a mini-Brady/Manning argument. Their fan bases should just be happy they have one of them. Not having a quality quarterback puts you in football fan hell, sometimes for years and years if you miss on the draft.

You know what I'm saying, don't you Seattle?

Yes.  Yes, we do.  Two words: Rick Mirer.

Personally, I'm sick of the Newton v. Wilson debate.  I'm sick of the "Wilson is undefeated at home" trivia.  All I want at this point is a NFC Championship rematch from 2005.  Battle in Seattle Part II: Wilson Boogaloo.

Rick Mirer...Dan McGwire...Stan Gelbaugh...Jon Freisz...Trent Dilfer...

Kelly Stouffer.


Charlie Whitehurst...Tarvaris Jackson...Seneca Wallace
 
2013-12-03 06:53:19 PM
Irrational Productions presents...
The Great Tiebreaker Spreadsheet
with your host, RminusQ

Today's episode: 2013 Week 13


First the AFC table where, yes, all 16 teams are still alive. Houston will qualify for the playoffs with the following results: (a-d) four wins; (e-h) four MIA losses; (i-l) four BAL losses; (m-o) NYJ losses to CLE, OAK, CAR; (p-r) PIT losses to CIN, CLE, GB; (s-t) CLE losses to NE, CHI; (u-v) TEN losses to at least 2 of JAX, DEN, ARI; (w-x) BUF losses to at least 2 of NE, JAX, TB; (y) OAK loss to SD; (z-bb) SD losses to DEN, KC, NYG; (cc) OAK losses to at least 1 of DEN, KC. And that's it, easy peasy. And I swear to God I will block the first person who says "I was told there would be no math" for the rest of the regular season.
In other news, New England can clinch the East with a win and a Miami loss. Indy clinches the South with either a win or a Tennessee loss. Denver and Kansas City can both clinch playoff spots with wins; the latter also need losses by Baltimore and Miami.
justpredictions.webs.com

In the NFC tables, we see that while Seattle has clinched a playoff spot, they haven't knocked Arizona out of divisional contention. The reason the Seahawks have clinched is because it's not possible for BOTH Arizona and San Fran to finish ahead of Seattle, and a three-way tie at 11-5 would go SF-SEA-ARZ. Since it's not possible for any runner-up from the East or North to reach 11 wins, that puts Seattle into the postseason. More importantly, of course, they clinch the division and a first-round bye with a win on Sunday.
Also on Sunday, Carolina and New Orleans finally play the first of their two games, the last divisional pairings to play. If the two teams split their home-and-away and each win their other two games, the Saints win the division on conference record, so a Panthers loss in the Superdome will almost ensure a trip to Dallas or Philadelphia on Wild Card weekend.
justpredictions.webs.com

And lastly, of course, The Grid.
justpredictions.webs.com
Vast streams of emptiness crawling out of the top and bottom on each chart. In the AFC, if Denver slips up (but still wins the West), they would lose tiebreakers to New England and/or Indianapolis. In the NFC, Minnesota cannot get a wild card, but could still win their division with crazy luck. Since the North and East play each other, it's likely head-to-head (either past or future) could determine which division's champion is the #3 seed, and which has to face the NO/CAR loser.
Errata: St. Louis should be orange (can't win division).

Strength-of-schedule chart and Draft Order projection are skipped because Fark You I'm Drunk (or wish I was), and we had a two-hour diversity training session at school today.

justpredictions.webs.com
 
2013-12-03 06:53:29 PM

mikaloyd: UNC_Samurai: mikaloyd: UNC_Samurai: mikaloyd: [i.imgur.com image 850x937]

THIS ISN'T THE MARCUS HALL FLOWCHART, YOU PUSSY!

THIS IS A JON MARTIN FLOWCHART YOU CLENIS

I notice a distinct lack of WARRIOR CODE

HERE IS YOUR DISTINCT LACK OF WARRIOR CODE FLOWCHART

[daily100.files.wordpress.com image 450x400]


HERE IS YOUR FLOWCHART NOW WITH WARRIOR CODE GOODNESS

www.civfanatics.com
 
2013-12-03 06:55:30 PM
Such a wonderful Ode to a fisherman, robsul.  It brought a tear to my eye.

Shame Us: Rick Mirer...Dan McGwire...Stan Gelbaugh...Jon Freisz...Trent Dilfer...


s2.quickmeme.com
And suddenly I remember many unhappy Sundays from my youth
 
2013-12-03 06:56:10 PM

RminusQ: And that's it, easy peasy. And I swear to God I will block the first person who says "I was told there would be no math" for the rest of the regular season.


The Saints could use a blocker right now
 
2013-12-03 06:58:13 PM

Shame Us: UNC_Samurai: Shame Us: harleyquinnical: Cletus C.: Cam Newton or Russell Wilson?

What a pointless argument. Most of last year I would have picked RG3 over either. Easily. Now, not so much.

It's like a mini-Brady/Manning argument. Their fan bases should just be happy they have one of them. Not having a quality quarterback puts you in football fan hell, sometimes for years and years if you miss on the draft.

You know what I'm saying, don't you Seattle?

Yes.  Yes, we do.  Two words: Rick Mirer.

Personally, I'm sick of the Newton v. Wilson debate.  I'm sick of the "Wilson is undefeated at home" trivia.  All I want at this point is a NFC Championship rematch from 2005.  Battle in Seattle Part II: Wilson Boogaloo.

Rick Mirer...Dan McGwire...Stan Gelbaugh...Jon Freisz...Trent Dilfer...

Kelly Stouffer.

Charlie Whitehurst...Tarvaris Jackson...Seneca Wallace


Hey, I'm gonna have to dispute this.  The guy was capable, and he came in with a torn pec muscle to help the team when Whitehurst obviously didn't give a shiat.  He's not the world's greatest QB, but he's way more capable than any of the others listed.
 
2013-12-03 06:59:16 PM

harleyquinnical: Such a wonderful Ode to a fisherman, robsul.  It brought a tear to my eye.

Shame Us: Rick Mirer...Dan McGwire...Stan Gelbaugh...Jon Freisz...Trent Dilfer...

[s2.quickmeme.com image 290x200]
And suddenly I remember many unhappy Sundays from my youth


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And yet, you guys managed to win despite  other teams setting records.
 
2013-12-03 07:01:35 PM
No love for the Krieginator? Come on he holds so many seahawks records, like most times throwing to the one white reciever in all of football.
 
2013-12-03 07:02:51 PM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Shame Us: UNC_Samurai: Shame Us: harleyquinnical: Cletus C.: Cam Newton or Russell Wilson?

What a pointless argument. Most of last year I would have picked RG3 over either. Easily. Now, not so much.

It's like a mini-Brady/Manning argument. Their fan bases should just be happy they have one of them. Not having a quality quarterback puts you in football fan hell, sometimes for years and years if you miss on the draft.

You know what I'm saying, don't you Seattle?

Yes.  Yes, we do.  Two words: Rick Mirer.

Personally, I'm sick of the Newton v. Wilson debate.  I'm sick of the "Wilson is undefeated at home" trivia.  All I want at this point is a NFC Championship rematch from 2005.  Battle in Seattle Part II: Wilson Boogaloo.

Rick Mirer...Dan McGwire...Stan Gelbaugh...Jon Freisz...Trent Dilfer...

Kelly Stouffer.

Charlie Whitehurst...Tarvaris Jackson...Seneca Wallace

Hey, I'm gonna have to dispute this.  The guy was capable, and he came in with a torn pec muscle to help the team when Whitehurst obviously didn't give a shiat.  He's not the world's greatest QB, but he's way more capable than any of the others listed.


Yes. He his King F*ck of Sh*t Mountain. The best of the worst.
 
2013-12-03 07:03:45 PM

SenorBenedict: No love for the Krieginator? Come on he holds so many seahawks records, like most times throwing to the one white reciever in all of football.


He does not make the list because he was a respectable QB - like Hasselbeck, Zorn and Wilson.
 
2013-12-03 07:06:14 PM

SenorBenedict: No love for the Krieginator? Come on he holds so many seahawks records, like most times throwing to the one white reciever in all of football.


I think they are focusing on bad quarterbacks or draft busts, hence no love for Jon Kitna either.
 
2013-12-03 07:10:22 PM

robsul82: The days of wine, roses, and golden horse's asses


Nice!
 
2013-12-03 07:19:54 PM

Shame Us: Yes. He his King F*ck of Sh*t Mountain. The best of the worst.


Hey, T-Jack is a decent QB and I'm happy he's our backup now. I feel like he'd be able to lead this team to 11+ wins over a full season. If he'd been healthy the full year when he was here, we'd have been at least .500.

Though managing to lose in OT in the season finale was great. Got us the 12th spot, so we traded back to 15th, which enabled us to trade back in the first to where we wanted to be, get Irvin anyway, plus two picks, who turned out to be...Jaye Howard and...Jeremy Lane!

Sweet, losing an otherwise meaningless game got us a free solid CB backup that we've needed more than we'd like to and a special teams dominator (Howard got cut but is a decent player, too). Not to mention moved us up three spots in every round.
 
2013-12-03 07:22:02 PM

IAmRight: Shame Us: Yes. He his King F*ck of Sh*t Mountain. The best of the worst.

Hey, T-Jack is a decent QB and I'm happy he's our backup now. I feel like he'd be able to lead this team to 11+ wins over a full season. If he'd been healthy the full year when he was here, we'd have been at least .500.

Though managing to lose in OT in the season finale was great. Got us the 12th spot, so we traded back to 15th, which enabled us to trade back in the first to where we wanted to be, get Irvin anyway, plus two picks, who turned out to be...Jaye Howard and...Jeremy Lane!

Sweet, losing an otherwise meaningless game got us a free solid CB backup that we've needed more than we'd like to and a special teams dominator (Howard got cut but is a decent player, too). Not to mention moved us up three spots in every round.


Jackson is a solid backup - this is true - and I'm happy to have him back...as a backup. I do not want to see him starting for this team, though I do agree that he can slog through some games and get Ws with this team. The offense would be FAR less dynamic with him starting, though.
 
2013-12-03 07:22:47 PM

Di Atribe: RminusQ: Christ, 300 comments already. Di, I totally forgot about your SOV graf last night. You did an acceptable job in updating the numbers; I did a full update right now. TGTBSS coming up after I type it get my birthday drink on

Woohoo!  Happy birthday!

"Acceptable"


Well I saw the entirety of the data and I was like "that doesn't make any sense and blah blah blah" and eventually realized that you had simply updated the few columns that you actually use for the chart (and not the other stuff that leads to those columns).
 
2013-12-03 07:27:14 PM

robsul82: For providing proof positive that dreams never die, for showing us that no perpetual bridesmaid should ever be given up on for this award, for scoring a 66.7 against the Indianapolis Colts, I am proud to present The Jake for Week 13 of the 2013 NFL season to Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Tennessee Titans.


[looks through my records]

How the fark has Hahvahd Yahd never won a Jake until now?
 
2013-12-03 07:30:01 PM

RminusQ: [justpredictions.webs.com image 850x352]


Green Bay needs to beat Atlanta or the NFC North is going 0-fer on their seeded divisional matchups for the year. Wow.
 
2013-12-03 07:30:25 PM

robsul82: No, not like that. Not everyone micturates from their eyeballs, you know.


Not every day you can work that word into conversation. Or a poem.
 
2013-12-03 07:33:20 PM

RminusQ: robsul82: For providing proof positive that dreams never die, for showing us that no perpetual bridesmaid should ever be given up on for this award, for scoring a 66.7 against the Indianapolis Colts, I am proud to present The Jake for Week 13 of the 2013 NFL season to Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Tennessee Titans.

[looks through my records]

How the fark has Hahvahd Yahd never won a Jake until now?


Yeah seriously, when that clown started for the bills it felt like all he did was throw freaking picks.
 
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