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2013-12-30 09:12:27 AM
Bridgewater is a great pick if the Texans only play teams that only draft players from unranked teams. Manziel is such the anti-Tebow that he will follow exactly in the mold of Tebow and absolutely suck. Beef up your O-line.
 
2013-12-30 09:15:44 AM

EyeballKid: Bridgewater is a great pick if the Texans only play teams that only draft players from unranked teams. Manziel is such the anti-Tebow that he will follow exactly in the mold of Tebow and absolutely suck. Beef up your O-line.


Amazing insight. How has an NFL team not hired you yet?
 
2013-12-30 09:17:54 AM

Jakesta: EyeballKid: Bridgewater is a great pick if the Texans only play teams that only draft players from unranked teams. Manziel is such the anti-Tebow that he will follow exactly in the mold of Tebow and absolutely suck. Beef up your O-line.

Amazing insight. How has an NFL team not hired you yet?


Would it be any worse than hiring Marty Schottenheimer or Norv Turner?
 
2013-12-30 09:19:23 AM

EyeballKid: Jakesta: EyeballKid: Bridgewater is a great pick if the Texans only play teams that only draft players from unranked teams. Manziel is such the anti-Tebow that he will follow exactly in the mold of Tebow and absolutely suck. Beef up your O-line.

Amazing insight. How has an NFL team not hired you yet?

Would it be any worse than hiring Marty Schottenheimer or Norv Turner?


In the regular season, yes.

In the playoffs, no. You and they are right on par with each other.
 
2013-12-30 09:21:51 AM
Pretty bad when your Super Bowl Prediction comes out to be two of the Top 6 picks in the NFL draft (really could have been 2 of the top 3 depending on how tie-breakers shook out for Atlanta)....

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000235499/article/super-bowl-xl vi ii-prediction-atlanta-falconshouston-texans

/and that is one of a few I could pull up
 
2013-12-30 09:25:28 AM
For a brief moment it looked like the Colts' domination of the division was over.

lolnope

static2.fjcdn.com
 
2013-12-30 09:27:59 AM

dletter: Pretty bad when your Super Bowl Prediction comes out to be two of the Top 6 picks in the NFL draft (really could have been 2 of the top 3 depending on how tie-breakers shook out for Atlanta)....

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000235499/article/super-bowl-xl vi ii-prediction-atlanta-falconshouston-texans

/and that is one of a few I could pull up


Yeah, I wish someone (i.e. not me) would go back to all the 'expert' predictions of who would win the super bowl. And if you are the worst (like picking a Texans/Falcons super bowl) you should have to donate that year's salary to a charity.
 
2013-12-30 09:35:55 AM

Ponzholio: dletter: Pretty bad when your Super Bowl Prediction comes out to be two of the Top 6 picks in the NFL draft (really could have been 2 of the top 3 depending on how tie-breakers shook out for Atlanta)....

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000235499/article/super-bowl-xl vi ii-prediction-atlanta-falconshouston-texans

/and that is one of a few I could pull up

Yeah, I wish someone (i.e. not me) would go back to all the 'expert' predictions of who would win the super bowl. And if you are the worst (like picking a Texans/Falcons super bowl) you should have to donate that year's salary to a charity.


Some of ESPN's "experts".

Twelve picks - 3 each for Seattle and Denver, 2 each for San Francisco, Green Bay, and.....Atlanta?

/Ashley Fox is a decent reporter, but a lousy analyst.
 
2013-12-30 09:36:11 AM
I'm hoping the Titans pick up Bridgewater but I don't know if he'll make it to the 11th pick. Please don't make me cheer for Manziel
 
2013-12-30 09:43:06 AM
Meh. We're getting a brand new coach (most likely Bill O'Brien) and a new QB. Even last year, I didn't believe the terrifying combo of Kubiak/Schaub would ever get very close to the AFC Championship, forget the Owl. Even last year, people seemed to forget how bad they were getting torched on SNF when they played an elite QB.

For the love of FSM, don't draft Manziel or Clowney.
 
2013-12-30 09:44:46 AM
We need a Black Monday thread for the coaching carusel issues.
 
2013-12-30 09:46:54 AM

EyeballKid: Bridgewater is a great pick if the Texans only play teams that only draft players from unranked teams. Manziel is such the anti-Tebow that he will follow exactly in the mold of Tebow and absolutely suck. Beef up your O-line.


They will draft Clowny. Mario Williams 2 electric bugaloo.
 
2013-12-30 09:55:05 AM
1. Chase Goodbread is a punchable name with a punchable face
2. The chances of the Texans drafting David Carr's little brother to be their next QB are approximately zero
3. I don't watch enough college football to have an opinion on Bridgewater vs Manziel, but any QB would be more mobile than Schaub
4. As a Texans fan, not sure I like Watt + Clowney for locker room chemistry reasons. Watt could run for mayor of Houston tomorrow and win in a landslide, would Clowney be able to spend at least 3-4 years in his shadow without starting to take plays off, etc?
 
2013-12-30 10:01:56 AM

UNC_Samurai: Ponzholio: dletter: Pretty bad when your Super Bowl Prediction comes out to be two of the Top 6 picks in the NFL draft (really could have been 2 of the top 3 depending on how tie-breakers shook out for Atlanta)....

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000235499/article/super-bowl-xl vi ii-prediction-atlanta-falconshouston-texans

/and that is one of a few I could pull up

Yeah, I wish someone (i.e. not me) would go back to all the 'expert' predictions of who would win the super bowl. And if you are the worst (like picking a Texans/Falcons super bowl) you should have to donate that year's salary to a charity.

Some of ESPN's "experts".

Twelve picks - 3 each for Seattle and Denver, 2 each for San Francisco, Green Bay, and.....Atlanta?

/Ashley Fox is a decent reporter, but a lousy analyst.


Who made the NFC championship game the year before and barely fell short. Not a ton of reason to think they'd miss the playoffs entirely.
 
2013-12-30 10:04:25 AM
I hate the Bridgewater pick.  Manziel would be completely polarizing and I am not sure how effective he will be in the NFL, but I know watching A&M that his guys play their hearts out for him because they believe he has the ability to win every game.

If they draft a QB I would rather wait until the second round or try to trade down for a few more picks.  The O-line is a mess outside center and Dwayne Brown, the secondary sucks, and they need linebacker depth.  Trade down for a couple more picks if possible.  If they draft a QB I want Blake Bortles, no one win's more with less than he does.
 
2013-12-30 10:10:34 AM

Alkoholiker: EyeballKid: Bridgewater is a great pick if the Texans only play teams that only draft players from unranked teams. Manziel is such the anti-Tebow that he will follow exactly in the mold of Tebow and absolutely suck. Beef up your O-line.

They will draft Clowny. Mario Williams 2 electric bugaloo.


Mario Williams is doing pretty well these days. Actually, he's been doing pretty well overall, n'est-ce pas?

// the D gets no love
// well, from straight women/gay men, but that's not important right now
 
2013-12-30 10:15:17 AM

UNC_Samurai: Ponzholio: dletter: Pretty bad when your Super Bowl Prediction comes out to be two of the Top 6 picks in the NFL draft (really could have been 2 of the top 3 depending on how tie-breakers shook out for Atlanta)....

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000235499/article/super-bowl-xl vi ii-prediction-atlanta-falconshouston-texans

/and that is one of a few I could pull up

Yeah, I wish someone (i.e. not me) would go back to all the 'expert' predictions of who would win the super bowl. And if you are the worst (like picking a Texans/Falcons super bowl) you should have to donate that year's salary to a charity.

Some of ESPN's "experts".

Twelve picks - 3 each for Seattle and Denver, 2 each for San Francisco, Green Bay, and.....Atlanta?

/Ashley Fox is a decent reporter, but a lousy analyst.


Here's the breakdown on their predictions so far:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjFkawLROUPAdHFTc2F4QVlU a 0E5RnRYeGFZN3cwanc&usp=sharing

The surprise contenders (no one projected them): Colts take AFC South, Eagles take NFC East, Panthers take NFC South, Chargers make wildcard
Most accurate: John Clayton (8/12)
Least accurate: Bill Barnwell, Rick Reilley, Kevin Seifert, Seth Wickersham 4/12)
 
2013-12-30 10:25:57 AM

flak attack: UNC_Samurai: Ponzholio: dletter: Pretty bad when your Super Bowl Prediction comes out to be two of the Top 6 picks in the NFL draft (really could have been 2 of the top 3 depending on how tie-breakers shook out for Atlanta)....

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000235499/article/super-bowl-xl vi ii-prediction-atlanta-falconshouston-texans

/and that is one of a few I could pull up

Yeah, I wish someone (i.e. not me) would go back to all the 'expert' predictions of who would win the super bowl. And if you are the worst (like picking a Texans/Falcons super bowl) you should have to donate that year's salary to a charity.

Some of ESPN's "experts".

Twelve picks - 3 each for Seattle and Denver, 2 each for San Francisco, Green Bay, and.....Atlanta?

/Ashley Fox is a decent reporter, but a lousy analyst.

Here's the breakdown on their predictions so far:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjFkawLROUPAdHFTc2F4QVlU a 0E5RnRYeGFZN3cwanc&usp=sharing

The surprise contenders (no one projected them): Colts take AFC South, Eagles take NFC East, Panthers take NFC South, Chargers make wildcard
Most accurate: John Clayton (8/12)
Least accurate: Bill Barnwell, Rick Reilley, Kevin Seifert, Seth Wickersham 4/12)


LOL at Barnwell, who earlier in the year included Pittsburgh in the 3-4 "Contenders"
 
2013-12-30 10:41:12 AM
Hard to imagine there are people speculating that Johnny Football will be a success in the NFL. His style has been tried and has yet to pan out in the pros.
 
2013-12-30 10:44:31 AM

monoski: Hard to imagine there are people speculating that Johnny Football will be a success in the NFL. His style has been tried and has yet to pan out in the pros.


But, but, he's a Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, and they always pan out well in the pros.
 
2013-12-30 10:47:16 AM
Ironic?

crosses fingers.... Please fire Schiano. Please fire Schiano.
 
2013-12-30 10:57:30 AM
flak attack:
Here's the breakdown on their predictions so far:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjFkawLROUPAdHFTc2F4QVlU a 0E5RnRYeGFZN3cwanc&usp=sharing

The surprise contenders (no one projected them): Colts take AFC South, Eagles take NFC East, Panthers take NFC South, Chargers make wildcard
Most accurate: John Clayton (8/12)
Least accurate: Bill Barnwell, Rick Reilley, Kevin Seifert, Seth Wickersham 4/12)


If you count how many teams were picked to make the playoffs (ignoring wildcard vs division winner), David Fleming had 9/12.  That's fairly impressive...until you see he has Mike Vick as MVP.
 
2013-12-30 11:36:15 AM
It was not unreasonable to pick Atlanta. Kind of tough when your best player goes down for the season.

Same could be said about Houston, but we all knew Foster had health issues.
 
2013-12-30 11:43:59 AM

HaywoodJablonski: flak attack: UNC_Samurai: Ponzholio: dletter: Pretty bad when your Super Bowl Prediction comes out to be two of the Top 6 picks in the NFL draft (really could have been 2 of the top 3 depending on how tie-breakers shook out for Atlanta)....

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000235499/article/super-bowl-xl vi ii-prediction-atlanta-falconshouston-texans

/and that is one of a few I could pull up

Yeah, I wish someone (i.e. not me) would go back to all the 'expert' predictions of who would win the super bowl. And if you are the worst (like picking a Texans/Falcons super bowl) you should have to donate that year's salary to a charity.

Some of ESPN's "experts".

Twelve picks - 3 each for Seattle and Denver, 2 each for San Francisco, Green Bay, and.....Atlanta?

/Ashley Fox is a decent reporter, but a lousy analyst.

Here's the breakdown on their predictions so far:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjFkawLROUPAdHFTc2F4QVlU a 0E5RnRYeGFZN3cwanc&usp=sharing

The surprise contenders (no one projected them): Colts take AFC South, Eagles take NFC East, Panthers take NFC South, Chargers make wildcard
Most accurate: John Clayton (8/12)
Least accurate: Bill Barnwell, Rick Reilley, Kevin Seifert, Seth Wickersham 4/12)

LOL at Barnwell, who earlier in the year included Pittsburgh in the 3-4 "Contenders"


If they didn't lose Pouncey and Foote to the IR and spend the first few games without Bell, they probably would have been.  It's easy to bad on them for dropping their first 4, but they went 8-8 despite losing two important players early in the first game of the season, with 5 of those losses being by a TD or less.  Even if having those two/three in only bought them 1 win, they probably would have made the wildcard.
 
2013-12-30 11:56:15 AM

Droog8912: flak attack:
Here's the breakdown on their predictions so far:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjFkawLROUPAdHFTc2F4QVlU a 0E5RnRYeGFZN3cwanc&usp=sharing

The surprise contenders (no one projected them): Colts take AFC South, Eagles take NFC East, Panthers take NFC South, Chargers make wildcard
Most accurate: John Clayton (8/12)
Least accurate: Bill Barnwell, Rick Reilley, Kevin Seifert, Seth Wickersham 4/12)

If you count how many teams were picked to make the playoffs (ignoring wildcard vs division winner), David Fleming had 9/12.  That's fairly impressive...until you see he has Mike Vick as MVP.


If you go that route, Barnwell got 8, Chadihi got 7, Flemming got 9, Fox got 8, Reiley got 7, Sando got 6, Schefter got 8, Seifert got 8, Wickersham got 8, and Williamson got 7

And, though no one cares, I got 9 either way (I predicted DEN,  NE, IND, CIN, HOU*, KC*: SEA, GB, ATL, DAL, NO*, SF*)

Hooray me, picking the obvious options and doing better than the best of ESPN's experts.
 
2013-12-30 12:01:12 PM

flak attack: HaywoodJablonski: flak attack: UNC_Samurai: Ponzholio: dletter: Pretty bad when your Super Bowl Prediction comes out to be two of the Top 6 picks in the NFL draft (really could have been 2 of the top 3 depending on how tie-breakers shook out for Atlanta)....

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000235499/article/super-bowl-xl vi ii-prediction-atlanta-falconshouston-texans

/and that is one of a few I could pull up

Yeah, I wish someone (i.e. not me) would go back to all the 'expert' predictions of who would win the super bowl. And if you are the worst (like picking a Texans/Falcons super bowl) you should have to donate that year's salary to a charity.

Some of ESPN's "experts".

Twelve picks - 3 each for Seattle and Denver, 2 each for San Francisco, Green Bay, and.....Atlanta?

/Ashley Fox is a decent reporter, but a lousy analyst.

Here's the breakdown on their predictions so far:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjFkawLROUPAdHFTc2F4QVlU a 0E5RnRYeGFZN3cwanc&usp=sharing

The surprise contenders (no one projected them): Colts take AFC South, Eagles take NFC East, Panthers take NFC South, Chargers make wildcard
Most accurate: John Clayton (8/12)
Least accurate: Bill Barnwell, Rick Reilley, Kevin Seifert, Seth Wickersham 4/12)

LOL at Barnwell, who earlier in the year included Pittsburgh in the 3-4 "Contenders"

If they didn't lose Pouncey and Foote to the IR and spend the first few games without Bell, they probably would have been.  It's easy to bad on them for dropping their first 4, but they went 8-8 despite losing two important players early in the first game of the season, with 5 of those losses being by a TD or less.  Even if having those two/three in only bought them 1 win, they probably would have made the wildcard.


That's the thing. Bell and Poincey (and Foote?) were already injured when he made his ridiculous prediction
 
2013-12-30 01:25:55 PM
i can't really blame anybody for picking Texans & Falcons to at least make it back to the playoffs

some obvious predictions going into this season:
-the steelers would continue to struggle on both sides of the ball
-the ravens' defense would regress a lot
-the patriots' offense would regress a lot
-the denver offense would improve a lot, the defense would regress
-the redskins in general had all the ingredients for a dumpster fire
-AP wouldn't have the same season, the Vikings' QB situation would still suck
-Kaep wouldn't have the same kind of success, but the team would probably still find ways to win
-the Bengals would likely make it back to the playoffs
-the Seahawks would likely be top dog in the NFC
-Alex Smith + Andy Reid would likely rejuvenate the Chiefs
-the Chargers would likely find a way to get enough wins to be in playoff contention
-the Cowboys would likely end the season choking
-the Bears' defense would regress a lot
-the Lions would find a way to get a hot streak then fizzle out
-Chip Kelly would have some kind of immediate impact on the Eagles (good or bad)
-the Giants/Jets won't get to the super bowl (host curse)
-the Saints would be much improved with Sean Payton back
-a Saints' defense helmed by Rob Ryan would make a crucial mistake at some point
-the Panthers would likely have a better season, Ron Rivera would be fighting for his job at some point
-Jake Locker would get hurt again
-the Rams would be lucky to have an 8-8 season
-the Factory of Sadness won't stop
-the Raiders would suck
-the Bills would suck
-the Dolphins will find ways to win, find ways to lose
-the Jags gonna Jag

hey... all those things happened, it's the things that define a season like Houston/Atlanta burning, Panthers/Arizona/Peyton/Kansas City having amazing seasons, the Patriots still getting a 1st round bye, the Jags having a better record than the Texans, etc. that you can't predict
 
2013-12-30 02:32:49 PM

alwaysjaded: Meh. We're getting a brand new coach (most likely Bill O'Brien) and a new QB. Even last year, I didn't believe the terrifying combo of Kubiak/Schaub would ever get very close to the AFC Championship, forget the Owl. Even last year, people seemed to forget how bad they were getting torched on SNF when they played an elite QB.

For the love of FSM, don't draft Manziel or Clowney.


Draft the Matthews kid out of A&M. One, you get a franchise LT for the next dozen years (or 20, given his genetics).

Two: Bruce Matthews' son in Houston would basically be football royalty.
 
2013-12-30 02:35:01 PM
Every single one of those ESPN people picked the Texans to win the AFC South.
 
2013-12-30 02:42:27 PM

k4mi: Manziel would be completely polarizing and I am not sure how effective he will be in the NFL, but I know watching A&M that his guys play their hearts out for him because they believe he has the ability to win every game.



Man, if defensive numbers of A&M were representative of the aggies "playing their hearts out", I would hate to think of how terrible they would be if they just played with an average amount of effort.
/For gods sake do not draft Manziel
//Look how well our aggie kicker and aggie ex-coach worked out
///not to mention our aggie Governor.
 
2013-12-30 02:47:40 PM
Remember all those years ago when the Colts went 2-14?

Whatever happened to them?


It seems as if the internet has made a meme out of the idea of trading the top pick (probably to the Browns), since the Rams had success with that move, and the Cowboys did that a lot in the 90s.  When your starting quarterback is almost as old as I am, though, it's time to get a young guy, and your team is better off in the long run if you get the most promising quarterback available.  Bridgewater seems to be that guy.

Plus, a QB is a better long-term investment than a lineman or defensive guy, especially when you're already giving a ton of money to J.J. Watt.

This might be a complete different conversation without the injury to Aaron Murray, though.  He's the only guy in the draft who might be as good as Bridgewater.

I don't trust Clowny.  Taking plays off is fine if you're Randy Moss (and your job half the time is to make the defense pay attention to you), but it's not such a good idea if you're one of the key defensive players.
 
2013-12-30 02:54:43 PM

k4mi: Manziel would be completely polarizing and I am not sure how effective he will be in the NFL, but I know watching A&M that his guys play their hearts out for him because they believe he has the ability to win every game.


You can't really compare the college game to the pros. College still has an undertow of sportsmanship. If the starters hang up 50 by halftime, you pull them. In the NFL, you keep going as long as you're comfortable with the injury risk.

Johnny Manziel has atrocious ball security when he scrambles. A pro linebacker would strip him easily. Combine that with the fact that he's too short, and he's a draft bust waiting to happen.
 
2013-12-30 04:01:51 PM

Gonz: College still has an undertow of sportsmanship.


Right, right. Cause that's why the top schools bri,,,,uh, creatively schedule opponents from Div 3 talent schools to pooch thier schedules and inflate win totals.

And, of course, players are ALL about the education, and won't ever be PAID...
 
2013-12-30 04:17:12 PM
I imagine any quality college QB thinking about early graduation is having second thoughts right about now.
 
2013-12-30 06:35:45 PM

Gonz: alwaysjaded: Meh. We're getting a brand new coach (most likely Bill O'Brien) and a new QB. Even last year, I didn't believe the terrifying combo of Kubiak/Schaub would ever get very close to the AFC Championship, forget the Owl. Even last year, people seemed to forget how bad they were getting torched on SNF when they played an elite QB.

For the love of FSM, don't draft Manziel or Clowney.

Draft the Matthews kid out of A&M. One, you get a franchise LT for the next dozen years (or 20, given his genetics).

Two: Bruce Matthews' son in Houston would basically be football royalty.


I don't disagree. I'm kinda waiting till the Combine. The Texans definitely need to replace Wade Smith and Derek Newton. And they need some linebackers badly. But if they pass on Bridgewater or Bortles and they go on to light up the NFL, it will get bad around here.
 
2013-12-30 08:09:39 PM

EyeballKid: Jakesta: EyeballKid: Bridgewater is a great pick if the Texans only play teams that only draft players from unranked teams. Manziel is such the anti-Tebow that he will follow exactly in the mold of Tebow and absolutely suck. Beef up your O-line.

Amazing insight. How has an NFL team not hired you yet?

Would it be any worse than hiring Marty Schottenheimer or Norv Turner?


Marty was a way better coach than Norv. Browns, Chiefs, Chargers all had their bast years with him and you can't blame him for the Skins because nobody can coach with Snyder there. How do you blame the coach for the running back fumbling?
 
2013-12-30 08:29:13 PM

AdamK: -the Chargers would likely find a way to get enough wins to be in playoff contention


You must forget when this was a joke:

Last 4 Super Bowl winners:

2009 season: New Orleans Saints, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
2010 season: Green Bay Packers, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
2011 season: New York Giants, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
2012 season: Baltiomore Ravens, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener

2013 season: San Diego Chargers are playing the Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
 
2013-12-30 10:12:17 PM

davidphogan: AdamK: -the Chargers would likely find a way to get enough wins to be in playoff contention

You must forget when this was a joke:

Last 4 Super Bowl winners:

2009 season: New Orleans Saints, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
2010 season: Green Bay Packers, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
2011 season: New York Giants, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
2012 season: Baltiomore Ravens, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener

2013 season: San Diego Chargers are playing the Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener


If the Chargers win the Super Bowl, that will be insane... and then the NFL needs to have Week 1 be Jacksonville @ Philadelphia next year, just to tempt fate.
 
2013-12-30 10:27:45 PM

dletter: If the Chargers win the Super Bowl, that will be insane... and then the NFL needs to have Week 1 be Jacksonville @ Philadelphia next year, just to tempt fate.


I like the way you think.
 
2013-12-31 09:37:55 AM
I still remember when the Lions did this.  It made me so proud of them, they had finally did something right.
 
2013-12-31 03:55:53 PM

dletter: davidphogan: AdamK: -the Chargers would likely find a way to get enough wins to be in playoff contention

You must forget when this was a joke:

Last 4 Super Bowl winners:

2009 season: New Orleans Saints, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
2010 season: Green Bay Packers, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
2011 season: New York Giants, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener
2012 season: Baltiomore Ravens, played Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener

2013 season: San Diego Chargers are playing the Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles home opener

If the Chargers win the Super Bowl, that will be insane... and then the NFL needs to have Week 1 be Jacksonville @ Philadelphia next year, just to tempt fate.


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