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After going 0-5 last week, I fell to 29-30-1 on the season. Here are my picks for today:

Kansas City -1 at Arizona
St. Louis -3 at Washington
Tampa +10 at Detroit
New York Giants -1 at Tennessee
Indianapolis -3.5 at Cleveland

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Comments

  1. All this talk about Manziel getting into the game today is ridiculous. Even if he does get in, it is a completely unfair to evaluate his performance as he received no first team reps all week.

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  2. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 10:46 AM

    How the fuck can you rank a team 3rd in your playoff ranking last week, and drop them to 6th this week? They can't help their schedule, and they responded by blowing them the fuck out. They should've never been rated above Florida State to begin with.

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  3. Indy is only 3.5 favorites at Cleveland? Really?

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  4. Riding with Bayless again this week. I got KC -1, Indy -4

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  5. College football is the worst. They've been at it for a century and still have no idea how to crown a champion.

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  6. This college football playoff is already a joke. OSU gets in because of $$$ and because the committee doesn't have the balls to choose between Baylor or TCU.

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  7. Committee didn't have the guts to drop FSU out of the top 4.


    I also disagree with them keeping Alabama at #1

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  8. The Ohio State money interest came in. Like I get that the Big 12 wasn't a premier conference this year but they were better than the Big 10, that's for sure.


    The conference commissioners set this up weeks ago saying that "that region of the country" should be represented.

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  9. Man, going basically .500 on picks is pretty impressive, actually. Nice job, Bayless.

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  10. TCU fell out all the way from #3. Wow.

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  11. It's the battle of a St. Ignatius QB v. the son of a legendary St. Ignatius QB!

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  12. Excited for tonight; a huge game for the Superchargers, something I didn't expect back at 5-4.

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  13. So is TCU the Daniel Bryan of college football, or what?

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  14. Worse than that; at least Bryan got his world title shot.

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  15. Sure. If TCU has the entire national championship scene rewritten completely around them and then gets booked to go over Alabama, FSU and Oregon all clean in route to winning the championship, then yeah, just like Daniel Bryan.

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  16. Wow, it's like Hoyer and Gordon aren't even on the same field, that pass was to no one in particular.

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  17. I feel like if TCU lost to a lesser team than Baylor, it would have benefited them if that makes any sense. I think Baylor beating TCU but TCU being considered the better team hurt both of them.

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  18. First we couldn't win on the road. Now we can't win at home. I need to start drinking

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  19. Yes. (Yes. Yes)

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  20. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 11:12 AM

    Wait, wait, wait... You're allowed to score a touchdown on the opening drive?

    Get the fuck out...

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  21. Yeah it's silly. It's like figure skating. They should go to a 16 team playoffs. I feel like that would generate tons of $$$ instead of all the loser bowls they still do

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  22. The joys of playing the 31st ranked defense

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  23. Hopefully the seahawls wreck shop on the eagles

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  24. I hope they never turn lana into a wrestler. I think she's a special performer and to see her wrestle would probably wreck her persona.

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  25. Mark Ingram should be murdered

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  26. http://www.wrestlezone.com/news/532689-former-heavenly-bodies-tag-team-star-jimmy-del-ray-passes-away-at-52

    😕

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  27. Our inconsistency is maddening

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  28. I like that Renee Young told them she had no interest in wrestling. I wish they'd stop making girls who can't wrestle, er, wrestle.

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  29. Man why didn't I take Carolina and the points.

    I remember thinking they actually had a shot at winning the game outright. I'm an idiot.

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  30. Stranger in the AlpsDecember 7, 2014 at 11:24 AM

    So why no love for Cotton Eye Joe? What is wrong with humanity?


    How long after this song was played out and dated did the Yankees continue to use it for Yankee home run trots?

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  31. That and a lack of a conference champion. If Baylor's coach was pissed at his commish last night, he must be 1.2 Zandig today because the co-champion thing probably fucked both squads.

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  32. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 11:24 AM

    Carolina Panthers: Two New Orleans possessions, two turnovers. Life is good right now.

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  33. Yep. We used to never lose at home. It was nice...

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  34. Life sucks and then you die.

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  35. I hope TCU goes all the way!

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  36. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 11:30 AM

    Oh, shit, Carolina and New Orleans fighting and breaking through walls. Surreal as shit.

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  37. Maybe this will fire up the Saints?

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  38. Geez, whats wrong with drew brees this year?

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  39. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 11:33 AM

    Carolina Panthers, 17-0 with 6:41 left in the first quarter. Hell is... getting chilly.

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  40. Nothing is "wrong" with Drew Brees this year.

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  41. This is ridiculous, especially after all the Panthers whining about running up the score. The Saints should've destroyed them

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  42. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 11:34 AM

    Benwikere just made a Hell of a play, can't really fault Drew Brees for that interception. If anything blame the receiver for poor ball control.

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  43. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 11:35 AM

    Let's be honest, dude. We're watching two turds play right now. Panthers just have more buoyancy and are floating to the top of the toilet faster tonight.

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  44. Cleveland/Indy has all the makings of a rock fight. I didn't support Manziel getting in the game before but if Hoyer continues to stink, give Johnny the 2nd half. If Indy can't score today then Johnny's running could turn the game.

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  45. No WRs, no running game to soften the D.

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  46. I don't understand how you can clobber Green Bay and Carolina and finally get momentum. Then somehow lose three straight at home. Then beat Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh.


    And now this

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  47. Ingram's been running 100 yards recently

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  48. Best. Metaphor. Ever.

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  49. http://www.nola.com/saints/index.ssf/2014/12/what_decline_at_35_drew_brees.html

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  50. Fun fact: The Saints have not had a return TD since Week 17 of the 2012 season

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  51. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 11:38 AM

    This Panthers-Saints game is bizarro world.

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  52. Andy Dwyer would be so disappointed by the Andrew Luck turnover into Browns TD

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  53. Voting against "Cotton-Eye Joe" is voting against sanity.

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  54. Luck is mad as hell at someone over that strip sack into TD. Don't know who.

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  55. Himself? It should be himself.

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  56. MIA/BAL or STL/WAS. Sonic Highways instead. The NYC episode is most definitely a love affair for music, the business, and a plead for people to create.

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  57. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 11:44 AM

    Ah, there's the Mike Shula I know. Two yards needed on third, let's throw it forty!

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  58. EMPIRE is starting soon on Fox... I cannot wait to not watch that fucking show.

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  59. Jimmy Del Ray died. Bummer.

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  60. I probably got the best two games going right now, IND/CLE and PIT/CIN. The other games I pretty much don't give a shit about right now.

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  61. Very sad. Only 52 years old.

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  62. Aww man. That sucks.

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  63. Are the Vikings getting better or are they just paying bad teams the last two weeks?

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  64. Does not seem like I'm gonna make the Playoffs in my final fantasy league. Down 20 already, and not projected to score more than 90. Opponent is projected at 112.

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  65. I'm already in (what I dub myself) King of Consolation mode.

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  66. Never good when your arms stay up after you hit the ground after a big hit.

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  67. Been a choppy year all season for all 3 leagues.


    My best league I ran a 4 game winning streak to get to 7-2, but now I've lost 3 streak. If I lose this, it'll be 4 straight, and I'll probably get knocked out of my 4th spot in the Playoffs.


    Matt Ryan being iffy all year, early injuries to RBs, no consistent production from any WR, and no production from TE from the last 3 games (I have Julius Thomas).


    I guess I can't win championship every year.

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  68. STL's kicker is melting down.


    Missed an extra point the previous drive.
    Just missed a 25-30 yard FG just now.

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  69. One of my teams featured Stafford, Foster, Lacy & the Seattle DEF. Finished 5-8. Wait 'til next year...

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  70. Their running averages are decent, and overall offensive input is good, although a little off from previous years especially when it comes to TD. Main problem is the defense sucks.

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  71. She's been training for over a year, and she's a talented dancer that can do crazy flexible stuff. She'll wrestle eventually.

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  72. I know...but it would be cool if she stays untouchable and doesn't take bumps. Although divas champ lana doing it for the glory of Russia could be dope.

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  73. Last year was magical. I almost can't take credit. I forgot my draft, and Yahoo autoed for me.


    QB Tom Brady (slow start)
    RB Jamaal Charles

    RB Chris Johnson
    WR Jordy Nelson
    WR Danny Amendola
    TE Jimmy Graham
    K Stephen Gostkowski


    I filled out the roster with:


    RB Knowshon Moreno
    WR Julian Edelman
    DEF Denver


    10-4. I needed the big 6 TD game from Charles to make the Finals though, so that was awesome as well. Used up all my luck I guess, but it was worth it!

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  74. One of the Redskins players did the Shawn Michaels pose. Lol

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  75. ...Skins are terrible...

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  76. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 12:11 PM

    Shayne Graham: Best Kicker Carolina's ever had. Thanks, bud!

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  77. Kerrigan just did it again after another sack.


    Everybody loves him here. Especially when it seemed like Orakpo wasn't consistent.

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  78. You aren't truly in surf shape until you're ready to wear something that says Beach Bum on it.

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  79. I think they're turning the corner. They had a disastrous start and started figuring it out. Even their losses since the bad start weren't bad losses.

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  80. Thanks, Pepsi, for reminding me I'll be Puppy Bowl-ing during SB halftime instead of subjecting myself to the ear-bleeding wails of Katy Perry.

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  81. If Andrew Luck shaved the neckbeard he'd get more credit for his running and athleticism, I really believe that.

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  82. Skins 40 yard screen called back for ineligible receiver down the field (center blocked down field too quickly).


    Awesome.

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  83. He's getting ready for next year's Gen Con.

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  84. He's a caveman.

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  85. Welp, fuck this year's playoffs. Looks like a whole bunch of Meteor Bowls to me.

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  86. Ha, just after Suh has played clean all season and has been a saint on the field, he tries to literally murder Josh McCown in front of 65,000 people

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  87. But...but ...its going to be great! She is such a great performer and her stage shows are out of this world!
    Said no one ever over the age 13.

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  88. I think Hoyer's trying to get benched at this point. Open receiver deep, guaranteed TD and Hoyer misses him for 10 yards minimum. I just don't get how far he regressed this year.

    Bring on Johnny.

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  89. Hoyer with the X-Pac Heat now after overthrowing a wide open for a TD Hawkins by about six yards.

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  90. And seriously thinks he's gonna get starter money on the open market?

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  91. Ighedibo (spelling) gets the pick in the endzone on McCown, instead of kneeling in the endzone, runs out and fumbles the ball on like the 5 and the Bucs get it back. How stupid.

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  92. STL kicker up again for a half ending FG!

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  93. 38 yard FG. Wide right. Again. For the 3rd time.

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  94. He should just get out of the stadium now and save time. He's fired at the end of the game anyways.

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  95. Err, no. The Skins would have no chance then.

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  96. "WWE wishes Phil Brooks (aka CM Punk) the best of luck in his newest endeavor." hahahahahahahaha

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  97. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 12:26 PM

    This is the mood right now at the Kensington Estate...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWLIgjB9gGw

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  98. Gonna need some bomb catches from Torrey Smith, TY Hilton, and Marcus Wheaton.


    Also good to know I picked up Heath Miller, didn't start him hoping for J Thomas to start, and he catches a TD while Thomas is out again.

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  99. Epic 5 minute meltdown by Detroit.


    Roughing the Passer on Suh
    Interception in endzone, running the ball out then fumbling and giving it back to Tampa
    Personal Foul on James Jones
    Touchdown to Mike Evans


    What in the fucking fuck.

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  100. I wonder if Steph dressed up last night as Punk or she just put on the strap-on instead.

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  101. Hoyer probably saved his job with that drive. No score on this drive and Johnny was coming out for the 2nd half.

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  102. Gotta give credit to Mike Evans. Rookie of the year so far, and I gave no shits about the guy going into the draft, crediting his success to the Tex A&M offense scheme and Manzell

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  103. lol the domestic violence commercial.


    Eli looked like he about to get a beating from dad after he blew another game.

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  104. VINTAGE LIONS!
    I LOVE IT MAGGLE!

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  105. All 3 receivers might have good careers too.

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  106. He prolonged his job but he's not under center for them week 1 next year.

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  107. Hold on a minute there playas! Them Panthers ain't dead yet. Not when you play teams that suck more than you do

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  108. Depends if they make the playoffs this year which is still on the table, especially if they win today. If he leads them to 11-5, he's not getting Tebow'd in the offseason. At least I don't think he is.

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  109. Sources saying he's already out because he wants starter money and security, and that's not gonna happen in Cleveland.

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  110. Interesting quote I found on a random ESPN thread.

    "You can never say never in sports. We got baseball in DC, and they got Football in Baltimore!"

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  111. Cant make something like this up....

    Last night, couples date night thing with my girlfriend and her friends, went to Buffalo Wild Wings around midnight after a night of drinking and bowling. Typical Affliction shirt wearing, steroid using, greasy hair, mid-40's guy stands up during the UFC main event and goes "KILL HIM, KILL THAT MOTHERFUCKER!!! FUCKING KILL HIM!"



    So what do I do?? As everyone at my table is in awe? I stand up and go "I hate that MOTHERFUCKER! MURDER HIM! I WANT HIM TO DIE!"


    The guy stares at me in disbelief, then high-fives me and says FUCK YEA and leaves with his son after the fight ends.


    Good god.

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  112. Washington might need a QB.

    Arizona too for that matter.

    Buffalo.

    Jets.

    Tampa Bay.

    Hoyer could be the next Drew Brees.

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  113. Haha minus the Maggle part, the EXACT text I sent to my dad 10 minutes ago. VINTAGE LIONS

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  114. Interacting with the wildlife at sports bars is awesome. I used to watch WWE PPVs at Hooters. Every now and then there would be a couple of guys who'd be a little TOO into it. They were always fun to banter with.

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  115. Trying to back door into the Bod Fantasy Football League playoffs after starting 3-6. Bad start so far

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  116. Hey NFL, the domestic violence conversation starts with you telling your players to stop beating the shit out of women and children.

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  117. Hoyer might be the next McCown. No way he's Brees.

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  118. Trash like that is common where I live. Partly why I'm a hermit.

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  119. Hoyer might be the next Gus Frerotte

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  120. Their heart just isn't in it.

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  121. I think WWE is actually happy with Punk going to UFC, because it mutes the injury and MMA stuff.

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  122. Lol its so awkward and so embarrassing to see.

    I got a good laugh from people around me at different tables who kinda knew what I was sarcastically doing, but most everyone I was with was embarrassed to be with me unfortunately. I was probably 8-10 beers in at that point in the night, so what can you do...

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  123. Me too. Trying to get to 12-2 and hopefully sneak in as a #6.

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  124. How many guys are in the league this year?

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  125. Why? Because Brees was so great in San Diego? Remember the Dolphins passed over him for Donte Culpepper as a free agent, and Brees was regarded as just another bad move by the Saints.

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  126. Damn. Is that the max you can do?

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  127. That's too many.

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  128. Roster settings in that league need to change.

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  129. I knew 16 in football was too many, but 16 is too many in basketball as well.

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  130. The roster settings make it impossible to do anything in that league.m

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  131. One of my leagues is possibly worse.


    16 players, no trades, waivers are based on standings, not a set number.

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  132. I am the 6th seed now. It's a minor miracle with the patchwork team I have. It's Aaron Rodgers, Alfred Morris, and a bunch of crap

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  133. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 12:45 PM

    Here's to hoping Cleveland goes Manziel next week and we can beat them, then it's a dogfight in the final two weeks, because if Atlanta goes down hard tomorrow night in Lambeau (almost a guarantee), Panthers are a game back.

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  134. If STL doesn't make this 3rd and 20, it's FG time!

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  135. At least Brees had one awesome year in SD (2004). I'm failing to see what so Brees-y about a guy with a sub-60% completion rating and 11 TDs and 10 INTs in his first full year as a starter.

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  136. And here comes the kicker!

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  137. More people to feed on for me. FEED ME MORE FEED ME MORE FEED

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  138. BARELY made it! Damn.

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  139. Starting with "Keep DBSM from winning all the titles so someone else has a shot"

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  140. I have so many injuries.


    First Beal, then Gibson, and now Vucevic.

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  141. Speaking of Ryback, Cabana's impression of him on the first Punk podcast killed me "I thought we were the beater-uper's!"

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  142. I seem to have a Midas touch in terms of lucking out with guys who stay healthy all year. I don't think I've been hit with that regard in any of our three years of doing BOD FF

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  143. Serious discussion...Calvin Johnson....Top-5 WR of all time or Top-3 WR of all time?


    Being a diehard Lions fan I try to not show bias. I still have Jerry Rice and Randy Moss in front of him. So I think Top 3

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  144. Fox waits until the 2nd half to bring up Bryan Burwell? WTF?! Jesus Christ.

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  145. Flitzgerald should have been in the top 5, but you know, no decent QBs.

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  146. Not yet. Getting there, but let's let him get a dozen years under his belt before we start talking legacy.

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  147. The one shining point of TB this year.

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  148. I was getting a little ahead of myself, I know :)

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  149. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 12:51 PM

    New Orleans Saints Remaining Games (5-7, looking like 5-8)
    @ Chicago, Atlanta, @ Tampa Bay

    Atlanta Falcons Remaining Games (5-7)
    @ Green Bay, Pittsburgh, @ New Orleans, Carolina

    Carolina Panthers Remaining Games (3-8-1, looking like 4-8-1)
    Tampa Bay, Cleveland, @ Atlanta


    The NFC South could realistically see the first six-game division winner.

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  150. Ifhe stays healthy and productive, he'll be in the conversation.

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  151. I'd still have T.O. above him as well.

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  152. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 12:53 PM

    He's neither at this point; to enter the consideration for GOAT, he has to actually win something, and play for at least ten to twelve years. He can get there though, no doubt.

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  153. We're all hoping for it. My guess is some of these fans rather lose the division than win with that "honor".

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  154. Saints should sweep those last 3 easy.

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  155. The Falcons are losing tomorrow. Atlanta is the last game, right? I can feel it

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  156. The Saints are BAD.

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  157. If the Saints were good enough to win the games they should win, they'd be 9-3 right now.

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  158. I think Gruden just got himself fired.


    He called a fake punt from his own 30 and it was stuffed.

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  159. The Bears, Falcons and Bucs are BAD.

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  160. hahahahahahahahahahahahaha That's Lane Kiffen level idgaf-ness

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  161. Bears and Bucs are no brainer wins.

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  162. Because people are dumb.

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  163. Certainly doable but nothing is a certainty this year

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  164. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 12:55 PM

    New Orleans out of the dome in Chicago in December? Saints are terrible outdoors in cold weather. Tampa Bay played New Orleans very tough in the dome as well, so that's also a closer one than you realize.

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  165. The Saints are getting killed by Carolina and are about to lose their 4th straight at home

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  166. It was like 4th and 9 too.

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  167. Bucs are for sure but I'm not taking this year's Saints on the road against any actual NFL team.

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  168. Today was a no brainer win.

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  169. The Bears are about as bad as they come right now. Saints win by 2+ TD's.

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  170. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 12:56 PM

    Wow, alright.

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  171. The Bears are horrendous.

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  172. Doesnt he have contract stating he gets owed a shit ton of money if fired or something?

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  173. Do you see what's going on in the Superdome?

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  174. So what? Synder is worth like 3 billion or something.

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  175. Most coaches do. Shanahan is still collecting Dan Snyder's money. If he quit he didn't get the money so he went out of his way to get fired.


    Gruden taking this super hardline stance on RG3 is him trying to get fired also. Either he gets what he wants and RG3 is out of town or he gets paid to sit on his couch.

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  176. I've see every second of what's going on in Chicago and the Saints will roll them.

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  177. Saints fans are booing now. Took longer than I thought

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  178. I hope the Redskins fall into a giant Black hole of suck until Dan Snyder goes.

    Also what the fuck is the Saints defense doing?

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  179. 4 losses in a row at home. Their home streak under Payton was starting to reach Taker levels.

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  180. There's also this...

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/11992973/london-fletcher-rips-jim-haslett-washington-redskins-defensive-coordinator-clueless



    As I said, the gift that keeps giving. I'm not a Redskins fan at all, so I find all of this hilarious usually.

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  181. Did you say hope they fall in?


    So what's the last 17 years?

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  182. Gruden should just put RG3 in and call nothing but read options.

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  183. LOL it gets worse in DC! STL fakes the extra point and gets 2 point conversion.

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  184. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 1:02 PM

    Holy Shit... 69-yard Touchdown Run for Carolina on their first play of the half. What the fuck are we watching here? This is like the Twilight Zone.

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  185. I'm gonna go to the mall and stop by the rope store. Then I'll make sure to pay a visit to the rickety store.

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  186. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 1:03 PM

    69-yard touchdown run for Stewart! I motion we just play the rest of our games in New Orleans for the remainder of the season.

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  187. Pick Six - Cleveland

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  188. Luck with another pick 6. Cleveland's defense has 14, both team's offenses are at 7 apiece.

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  189. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 1:03 PM

    I don't think anyone from the NFC South is rolling anyone at this point, except each other.

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  190. Do not get sucked in by any of this. It's all an illusion

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  191. This is weird, because Indy usually beats mediocre and bad teams.

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  192. Biff Kensington IIIDecember 7, 2014 at 1:04 PM

    You! Shut your dirty mouth, sir! You will not rain on my parade.

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