Discussion in 'Sports and Fitness' started by 137th Gebirg, Jun 12, 2019.
At least your owner isn't throwing fundraisers for Donald Trump.
Playing against scrubs who are playing man and soft zones, you or me could probably get out there and look half decent.
Stark reality is that he is behind Geno Smith on the Seahawk depth chart.
My only concern with Antonio is the condition of his feet. As long as he is ready to play on opening day, and I'm pretty sure he will be, assuming the feet are okay, all this drama is nothing to get excited about. .
Watched one quarter of one preseason game, and the reviewing of pass interference is already tedious.
I liked Hurd and Samual from the 49ers game last night. Hated all the flags and penalties. The thing I hate the most about Football rared it's ugly head in both the 49ers and Raiders games.
I didn't realize that the Jets had changed their uniforms until I saw a screenshot from Madden 20. Nice look that mixes the two separate uniform varieties they've had in the past.
Kansas City Chiefs fan here. I'm feeling good about this season, especially if Mahomes picks up where he left off last year. But I'm going to wait until after the first 8 games to start my trash-talking.
I don't see anyone in the division even competing with KC. LA could be close, but I think you guys have an amazing chance to win the division again.
Two words that should strike fear in your heart: Andy Reid.
Oh, I wouldn't oount the Chargers out just yet.
I guess they gotta stop choking at some point in Rivers career, though the road gets tougher the longer Melvin Gordon is away.
I'm not, but Gordon needs to end his hold out some time.
Sad, but true.
At least you have something to root for. I’m a Dolphins fan, watching the umpteenth rebuild of the 21st century. We proudly serve as the Patriots doormat.
You don’t know soul-crushing disappointment unless you’re a Redskins fan.
We’re in roughly the same boat, a joke for the last 20-25 years. Though you have the last Super Bowl trophy between the two.
Very good point. '91-'92 was a very good year, in many ways.
The Chiefs were dismal before Andy Reid showed up, so I can't complain too much. At least now they're in the conversation. But The Andy Reid experience is really kind of like a roller coaster ride - there's some really high highs, and some really, really, really low lows (clock management, playing not to lose rather then to win, etc).
His last year at Philly was one of those lows but, to be fair, he was just coming out of the death of his son and certainly didn't have his head in the game. Nobody's fault there. Just bad circumstances and bad timing all the way around. His come-back story with KC is one for the record books, without a doubt, and Philly has certainly seen its own (albeit brief) comeback a couple years back when they took down the indomitable titan that was New England. That was a glorious Super Bowl. Watching Brady getting knocked back on his ass at the end zone in the final seconds was also one for the books.
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