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2014-02-05 01:52:46 PM  

Primitive Screwhead: Live coverage of the Seattle Seahawks Victory Parade

Actual parade starts at 11am PST


Thanks for the link.
 
2014-02-05 02:05:29 PM  

tnpir: regindyn: Free Radical: Primitive Screwhead: fatalvenom: Semper IvXx: regular season MVP award

Best regular season QB EVAR.

Ya know, all things considered, I'd give that award to Captain Isotoner.

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Super Bowl wins against bad teams don't count?  By that logic, may as well add Russell Wilson to that picture.

That was NOT a bad team. That was a bad performance.


They were a 1-trick pony with no counter-punch.  They only looked good cause most teams couldn't stop that one trick.
 
2014-02-05 02:10:45 PM  

mikaloyd: Did Fran Tarkenton lose all four of the Vikings superbowls or is Jim Kelly the only one to lose four times? Either way I think Manning could tie that record before hew retires


He lost VIII, IX, and XI.
 
2014-02-05 02:16:22 PM  

Semper IvXx: I doubt it since he was clearly the MVP of the league this year. But hey if I was an idiot and thought his Super Bowl performance affected his qualification for the regular season MVP award, I'd probably think it was awkward and find a "satire" blog post about it funny.


Here ya go, it is branded for your Bronckies

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2014-02-05 02:22:10 PM  

ZMugg: mikaloyd: Did Fran Tarkenton lose all four of the Vikings superbowls or is Jim Kelly the only one to lose four times? Either way I think Manning could tie that record before hew retires

He lost VIII, IX, and XI.


Yep.  Joe Kapp was the QB in Super Bowl IV against Kansas City.  He's one of the 7 QBs to throw for 7 touchdowns in one game.  Nick Foles joined that group this past season.
 
2014-02-05 02:25:05 PM  

mikaloyd: I rather enjoy that the Romo Defense is now being used to exhonerate Peyton Farking Manning on Fark for his crimes against Bronies in the owl.


I about spit coffee at this and I may have to farkie you for it as a reminder to avoid those threads next year.
 
2014-02-05 02:29:52 PM  

harleyquinnical: mikaloyd: I rather enjoy that the Romo Defense is now being used to exhonerate Peyton Farking Manning on Fark for his crimes against Bronies in the owl.

I about spit coffee at this and I may have to farkie you for it as a reminder to avoid those threads next year.


Im surprised you arent at the parade.
 
2014-02-05 02:31:31 PM  
Who has thrown the most INTs in superbowls?
 
2014-02-05 02:32:34 PM  

mikaloyd: Im surprised you arent at the parade.


By the time I woke up to face the day, it was too late to head out before traffic was completely farked.
 
2014-02-05 02:38:15 PM  

mikaloyd: Who has thrown the most INTs in superbowls?


I want to say Rich Gannon in Super Bowl XXXVII with 5.  That's the most from what I can find.
 
2014-02-05 02:39:02 PM  

mikaloyd: Who has thrown the most INTs in superbowls?


John Elway - 8 (5 SB)
Craig Morton - 7 (2 SB)

Good work, Denver QBs.
 
2014-02-05 02:41:08 PM  

harleyquinnical: I want to say Rich Gannon in Super Bowl XXXVII with 5.  That's the most from what I can find.


That's the single-game record.

I just posted the career record holders.

Jim Kelly also has 7 but had 4 SBs, so Morton wins the tiebreaker for per-game.

Tarkenton - 6
Roethlisberger, Gannon - 5
Manning's tied with a lot at 4
 
2014-02-05 02:46:29 PM  

harleyquinnical: mikaloyd: Who has thrown the most INTs in superbowls?

I want to say Rich Gannon in Super Bowl XXXVII with 5.  That's the most from what I can find.


Manning has at least 4 over his Superbowls.
 
2014-02-05 02:47:58 PM  

IAmRight: That's the single-game record.

I just posted the career record holders.

Jim Kelly also has 7 but had 4 SBs, so Morton wins the tiebreaker for per-game.

Tarkenton - 6
Roethlisberger, Gannon - 5
Manning's tied with a lot at 4


Okay...I read that as singular.  Those are some interesting numbers.  Poor Elway, Kelly, and Tark.  Hall of Fame & Infamy.
 
2014-02-05 02:53:33 PM  

mikaloyd: Did Fran Tarkenton lose all four of the Vikings superbowls or is Jim Kelly the only one to lose four times? Either way I think Manning could tie that record before hew retires


Joe Kapp lost at least one of those Vikings SBs.
 
2014-02-05 02:54:16 PM  

IAmRight: mikaloyd: Who has thrown the most INTs in superbowls?

John Elway - 8 (5 SB)
Craig Morton - 7 (2 SB)

Good work, Denver QBs.


Good efforrt
 
2014-02-05 02:57:18 PM  

IAmRight: Shame Us: I'd say, that if you're going to blame people on Denver for their misfortune, you priorities should go 1) Manning 2) O-Line 3) WR/TE

Well, I'd blame others as well. But if Manning gets all the glory when the records are set, Manning should get all the blame when everything goes to sh*t. He was the opposite of Sexy Rexy - taking all the 2-5 yard passes he could.


This.  Those 4 yard dumps and screens that would get end up 40 yard TDs Peyton gets all the credit for.  Worked great for padding his stats versus the scrubs they faced all season.  But he didn't learn - peyton lost to new england, san diego, and indy in the regular season which were (besides kc) the only playoff caliber teams he faced all season.  you'd think mr. omg offense himself would have learned to adjust and prepare especially knowing he was about to face a the #1 defense in the superbowl.
 
2014-02-05 03:01:37 PM  
Manning will need another Super Bowl just like this to even tie Mortenson for second worst at Broncs INT throwing in the Super Bowl. That is hard to wrap my head around. But damned funny.

There was a little horse
Who won a lot of course.
With a quarterback of huge forehead
When he played good he was very very good
But when he played bad THEY were horrid
 
2014-02-05 03:17:54 PM  
Reading the SB records, holy sh*t Jerry Rice just stomps the hell out of everyone.

Most receiving TD in a Super Bowl? He's No. 1 and No. 2. Everyone else is tied behind him. BTW, in each of those games he has as many TDs as the next WR does in their career.
 
2014-02-05 03:26:42 PM  

IAmRight: Reading the SB records, holy sh*t Jerry Rice just stomps the hell out of everyone.

Most receiving TD in a Super Bowl? He's No. 1 and No. 2. Everyone else is tied behind him. BTW, in each of those games he has as many TDs as the next WR does in their career.


Rice was the man.  He just was.  I honestly hope the records he still holds are never broken.
 
2014-02-05 03:27:27 PM  

IAmRight: mikaloyd: I rather enjoy that the Romo Defense is now being used to exhonerate Peyton Farking Manning on Fark for his crimes against Bronies in the owl.

Well, the Romo defense usually is incurred when Romo's offense puts up like 30 points and loses.

When a team scores 8 points, and even THAT's just a garbage-time TD? I don't think even Romo apologists would go down this line of lunacy.

INeedAName: The one where his arm was being hit as he threw, not much he could do about that.

Move before throwing? Take a sack instead of trying to throw it? It's not like he was blindsided.


He never should have thrown that pass. The best part about it though? He closes his eyes long before he is even hit. That pass had no chance of being caught by the intended receiver.
Manning in the playoffs is exactly as good as his record = a sub standard QB, but you dare say it and everyone loses their shiat...

Colin Cowherd said it best; "You can't criticize Peyton Manning because when he loses it's a 'team loss' but when he wins it's because of his greatness."
 
2014-02-05 03:42:41 PM  
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"You make the playoffs 11 times, and you're out in the first round seven out of 11 times. You love to have the Star Wars numbers from Peyton and Marvin (Harrison) and Reggie (Wayne). Mostly, you love this (referring to his Super Bowl ring)."
 
2014-02-05 05:41:34 PM  
Well, tonight's Inside the NFL, if nothing else I'm sure Phil "too good a quarterback" Simms will have some interesting way to wipe Peyton's nose.
 
2014-02-05 05:42:50 PM  

Free Radical: IAmRight: mikaloyd: I rather enjoy that the Romo Defense is now being used to exhonerate Peyton Farking Manning on Fark for his crimes against Bronies in the owl.

Well, the Romo defense usually is incurred when Romo's offense puts up like 30 points and loses.

When a team scores 8 points, and even THAT's just a garbage-time TD? I don't think even Romo apologists would go down this line of lunacy.

INeedAName: The one where his arm was being hit as he threw, not much he could do about that.

Move before throwing? Take a sack instead of trying to throw it? It's not like he was blindsided.

He never should have thrown that pass. The best part about it though? He closes his eyes long before he is even hit. That pass had no chance of being caught by the intended receiver.
Manning in the playoffs is exactly as good as his record = a sub standard QB, but you dare say it and everyone loses their shiat...

Colin Cowherd said it best; "You can't criticize Peyton Manning because when he loses it's a 'team loss' but when he wins it's because of his greatness."


Colin Cowherd is about as authoritative on football as Gregg Easterbrook.
 
2014-02-05 06:01:32 PM  

redmid17: Colin Cowherd is about as authoritative on football as Gregg Easterbrook.


Not to hear him tell it.
 
2014-02-05 06:11:14 PM  

John Buck 41: redmid17: Colin Cowherd is about as authoritative on football as Gregg Easterbrook.

Not to hear him tell it.


I try not to hear him at all.
 
2014-02-05 06:22:21 PM  
Seahawks fan here:

Peyton make mistakes? About as many as he does in a regular season game.

The problems were a perfectly executing Seattle D, an injured Von Miller (& I forget the CBs name), & an offensive line that couldn't keep pressure off Manning.
 
2014-02-05 06:29:40 PM  

Shame Us: INeedAName: Shame Us: INeedAName: I really think the WR core lost them the game. They weren't used to the physicality of the game, and none of them decided to deal with it and move on. Take your hit, fall over the line and get back up.

Manning turned the ball over 3 times himself - 4 if you count the safety.

1) Why on earth would anyone count the safety against Manning?

2) Turnovers are contextual. The one where his arm was being hit as he threw, not much he could do about that.

3) As a whole, the WRs did more damage to the team than Manning.

1) He said it was, in fact, his fault

2) He tried to throw in traffic.

3) As a whole, the WRs fumbled once and otherwise caught over 30 passes for nearly 300 yards and a TD. Yes, Manning threw those passes, but he also turned the ball over a lot.


No he didn't. He said it was a cadence issue. Ramirez said he couldn't hear anything. Fos said the Broncos turned down the volume at their practice because they thought the noise wouldn't be bad.
 
2014-02-05 06:40:43 PM  

redmid17: No he didn't. He said it was a cadence issue. Ramirez said he couldn't hear anything. Fos said the Broncos turned down the volume at their practice because they thought the noise wouldn't be bad.


He asid it wasn't Manny's fault. So IDK who else's fault it'd be.
 
2014-02-05 06:52:42 PM  

Shame Us: redmid17: No he didn't. He said it was a cadence issue. Ramirez said he couldn't hear anything. Fos said the Broncos turned down the volume at their practice because they thought the noise wouldn't be bad.

He asid it wasn't Manny's fault. So IDK who else's fault it'd be.


Here's the quote:

"The first play was a cadence issue," Manning said. "We were using the snap count. Due to the noise, no one could hear me. I was walking to the line of scrimmage to make a change and get us on the same page and the ball was snapped. Overall, it was nobody's fault. Not Manny's fault. Just a noise issue that really caused the play to happen."
 
2014-02-05 07:01:10 PM  

redmid17: Shame Us: redmid17: No he didn't. He said it was a cadence issue. Ramirez said he couldn't hear anything. Fos said the Broncos turned down the volume at their practice because they thought the noise wouldn't be bad.

He asid it wasn't Manny's fault. So IDK who else's fault it'd be.

Here's the quote:

"The first play was a cadence issue," Manning said. "We were using the snap count. Due to the noise, no one could hear me. I was walking to the line of scrimmage to make a change and get us on the same page and the ball was snapped. Overall, it was nobody's fault. Not Manny's fault. Just a noise issue that really caused the play to happen."


Fair enough. I could swear I read a quote from him taking the blame for it, but I must have mixed his and Ramirez's postgame quotes up in my head. Or he addressed the issue later on, but I can't find it.
 
2014-02-05 07:05:46 PM  

Shame Us: I could swear I read a quote from him taking the blame for it, but I must have mixed his and Ramirez's postgame quotes up in my head.


Ramirez took blame for it.

I don't recall Manning taking blame for things in his career. I remember "protection problems" and "liquored up idiot". But Manning shouldering blame? It's probably happened, but I don't remember it.
 
2014-02-05 07:34:18 PM  

redmid17: John Buck 41: redmid17: Colin Cowherd is about as authoritative on football as Gregg Easterbrook.

Not to hear him tell it.

I try not to hear him at all.


He's pretty much my best option for my 1/2 hour commute.
 
2014-02-05 07:40:15 PM  

redmid17: Due to the noise, no one could hear me


Then maybe he should've stayed put.
 
2014-02-05 07:56:17 PM  

John Buck 41: redmid17: Due to the noise, no one could hear me

Then maybe he should've stayed put.


He should have stood still and what? Waited until the play clock hit zero or thought he heard something?

On a play where no one could hear him, walking to the line was probably his only option.

John Buck 41: redmid17: John Buck 41: redmid17: Colin Cowherd is about as authoritative on football as Gregg Easterbrook.

Not to hear him tell it.

I try not to hear him at all.

He's pretty much my best option for my 1/2 hour commute.


I'd go with NPR
 
2014-02-05 08:15:31 PM  

redmid17: John Buck 41: redmid17: Due to the noise, no one could hear me

Then maybe he should've stayed put.

He should have stood still and what? Waited until the play clock hit zero or thought he heard something?

On a play where no one could hear him, walking to the line was probably his only option.

John Buck 41: redmid17: John Buck 41: redmid17: Colin Cowherd is about as authoritative on football as Gregg Easterbrook.

Not to hear him tell it.

I try not to hear him at all.

He's pretty much my best option for my 1/2 hour commute.

I'd go with NPR


If the alternative was Colin Trollhard, I'd opt for static.
 
2014-02-05 08:41:13 PM  

redmid17: John Buck 41: redmid17: Due to the noise, no one could hear me

Then maybe he should've stayed put.

He should have stood still and what? Waited until the play clock hit zero or thought he heard something?

On a play where no one could hear him, walking to the line was probably his only option.


If he'd walked straight towards the line (instead of angling like he did) there may not have been a mis-snap.

John Buck 41: redmid17: John Buck 41: redmid17: Colin Cowherd is about as authoritative on football as Gregg Easterbrook.

Not to hear him tell it.

I try not to hear him at all.

He's pretty much my best option for my 1/2 hour commute.

I'd go with NPR


Meh. As much as I think he's an arrogant touchhole, he IS entertaining.
 
2014-02-05 10:54:27 PM  

mikaloyd: Did Fran Tarkenton lose all four of the Vikings superbowls or is Jim Kelly the only one to lose four times? Either way I think Manning could tie that record before hew retires


Whatever. You're a n Raider fan and your team sucks perpetually, so Enjoy Being An Internet Thug and Reap THE appropriate ridicule. Your team sucks and your city sucks.
 
2014-02-05 11:02:02 PM  
congrats to manning, as the consolation prize for him and the donkeys doing the job to the seachickens, here's how the game went, at the beginning of this last season, the powers that be at the nfl offices wanted the donkeys in the superbowl and they also wanted a up and coming young black QB in the superbowl too, they tried kaepernick last year but the fans thought he was a bit of a d-bag, so, they said we have another decent young black QB in seattle, lets hype him up all year with the commercials, then we'll FIX it so seattle is in the superbowl to and have seattle win it as payback for them doing the job on their previous superbowl trip, now manning is a great employee of the nfl, so, like any other great employee he did a great job in the superbowl making sure the seachickens won, this is a billion dollar business folks, so my prediction, next year, they are going to have manning and the donkeys in the superbowl and the powers that be will FIX it so the donkeys will win and manning retires at the top of his game
 
2014-02-05 11:02:29 PM  

redmid17: Shame Us: redmid17: No he didn't. He said it was a cadence issue. Ramirez said he couldn't hear anything. Fos said the Broncos turned down the volume at their practice because they thought the noise wouldn't be bad.

He asid it wasn't Manny's fault. So IDK who else's fault it'd be.

Here's the quote:

"The first play was a cadence issue," Manning said. "We were using the snap count. Due to the noise, no one could hear me. I was walking to the line of scrimmage to make a change and get us on the same page and the ball was snapped. Overall, it was nobody's fault. Not Manny's fault. Just a noise issue that really caused the play to happen."


So no one could hear him .. so his solution is to walk around and keep with the plan "hike on the 58th and 1/2 time I yell Omaha after changing the first play of the game 12 times in 30 seconds". Good job. Good effort.
 
2014-02-05 11:23:28 PM  

NakedDrummer: redmid17: Shame Us: redmid17: No he didn't. He said it was a cadence issue. Ramirez said he couldn't hear anything. Fos said the Broncos turned down the volume at their practice because they thought the noise wouldn't be bad.

He asid it wasn't Manny's fault. So IDK who else's fault it'd be.

Here's the quote:

"The first play was a cadence issue," Manning said. "We were using the snap count. Due to the noise, no one could hear me. I was walking to the line of scrimmage to make a change and get us on the same page and the ball was snapped. Overall, it was nobody's fault. Not Manny's fault. Just a noise issue that really caused the play to happen."

So no one could hear him .. so his solution is to walk around and keep with the plan "hike on the 58th and 1/2 time I yell Omaha after changing the first play of the game 12 times in 30 seconds". Good job. Good effort.


keep grasping at straws. Anyone blaming that play on one person is a farking idiot.
 
2014-02-05 11:26:02 PM  

UNC_Samurai: redmid17: John Buck 41: redmid17: Due to the noise, no one could hear me

Then maybe he should've stayed put.

He should have stood still and what? Waited until the play clock hit zero or thought he heard something?

On a play where no one could hear him, walking to the line was probably his only option.

John Buck 41: redmid17: John Buck 41: redmid17: Colin Cowherd is about as authoritative on football as Gregg Easterbrook.

Not to hear him tell it.

I try not to hear him at all.

He's pretty much my best option for my 1/2 hour commute.

I'd go with NPR

If the alternative was Colin Trollhard, I'd opt for static.


I can live with silence on the way home at night, but I like noise in the morning. Can't explain it.
 
2014-02-05 11:29:08 PM  

John Buck 41: I can live with silence on the way home at night, but I like noise in the morning. Can't explain it.


Ok, I got it. Probably for the same reason I don't use the Ignore feature here. Internet trolls as well as pretentious douchebag sports talk radio hosts DO have some entertainment value.
 
2014-02-05 11:41:18 PM  

Friction8r: mikaloyd: Did Fran Tarkenton lose all four of the Vikings superbowls or is Jim Kelly the only one to lose four times? Either way I think Manning could tie that record before hew retires

Whatever. You're a n Raider fan and your team sucks perpetually, so Enjoy Being An Internet Thug and Reap THE appropriate ridicule. Your team sucks and your city sucks.


Still drinking I see
 
2014-02-06 12:28:56 PM  

redmid17: NakedDrummer: redmid17: Shame Us: redmid17: No he didn't. He said it was a cadence issue. Ramirez said he couldn't hear anything. Fos said the Broncos turned down the volume at their practice because they thought the noise wouldn't be bad.

He asid it wasn't Manny's fault. So IDK who else's fault it'd be.

Here's the quote:

"The first play was a cadence issue," Manning said. "We were using the snap count. Due to the noise, no one could hear me. I was walking to the line of scrimmage to make a change and get us on the same page and the ball was snapped. Overall, it was nobody's fault. Not Manny's fault. Just a noise issue that really caused the play to happen."

So no one could hear him .. so his solution is to walk around and keep with the plan "hike on the 58th and 1/2 time I yell Omaha after changing the first play of the game 12 times in 30 seconds". Good job. Good effort.

keep grasping at straws. Anyone blaming that play on one person is a farking idiot.


i put the blame on that on the QB, the entire offensive line moved and blocked - it wasn't like Manny snapped it too soon... whatever Peyton was trying to do he farked up, you can use the noise as an excuse but that's about it
 
2014-02-06 01:22:57 PM  

AdamK: redmid17: NakedDrummer: redmid17: Shame Us: redmid17: No he didn't. He said it was a cadence issue. Ramirez said he couldn't hear anything. Fos said the Broncos turned down the volume at their practice because they thought the noise wouldn't be bad.

He asid it wasn't Manny's fault. So IDK who else's fault it'd be.

Here's the quote:

"The first play was a cadence issue," Manning said. "We were using the snap count. Due to the noise, no one could hear me. I was walking to the line of scrimmage to make a change and get us on the same page and the ball was snapped. Overall, it was nobody's fault. Not Manny's fault. Just a noise issue that really caused the play to happen."

So no one could hear him .. so his solution is to walk around and keep with the plan "hike on the 58th and 1/2 time I yell Omaha after changing the first play of the game 12 times in 30 seconds". Good job. Good effort.

keep grasping at straws. Anyone blaming that play on one person is a farking idiot.

i put the blame on that on the QB, the entire offensive line moved and blocked - it wasn't like Manny snapped it too soon... whatever Peyton was trying to do he farked up, you can use the noise as an excuse but that's about it


Of course the offensive line moved and blocked. The center snapped the damn ball. Even if it's the wrong snap count or the center goes rogue, the line is going to block until the play is dead. They do the same shiat on NZI and encroachment. Notice the gap between the center snapping the ball and the other linemen moving? Notice how Moreno was looking at Manning and not expecting the snap?
 
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