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    Scott looked pissed and Young looked embarrassed to be of the same species
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    Suh showing everyone once again what a punk he is with a left cleat to the groin of Matt Schaub.


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    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    Suh showing everyone once again what a punk he is with a left cleat to the groin of Matt Schaub.


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    Let's just say that wasn't the only missed call in that game and be happy your team won.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    Let's just say that wasn't the only missed call in that game and be happy your team won.

    They aren't my team. I am a Bengals' fan. I could not care less whether the Texans win or lose. That is the first time that I have watched them all year, I believe. Thanksgiving Day football and all. If you are referring to the touchdown run by Justin Forsett, Lions' fans can thank their coach for that. Replay would have gotten that call correct. Their coach messed that one up. And regardless of any other calls, Suh is still a punk.
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    Hi, I'm Mark Sanchez, welcome to Jackass!

    Choo got it, dude.

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    Now I get why Mark Sanchez is such a poor quarterback..... He can't see.

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    The Jets should try Tim Tebow at QB. I doubt that Tebow really has the skills to be a successful NFL quarterback, but I do think he can do at least as good a job as Mark Sanchez of running that rather strange play of having the QB ram his head into the butt of his offensive lineman and fumble the ball to the opponent.
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    My favorite part is when he drops his head to the turf. Like 'I give up' lol.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4xGGgz5TcI

    LOL - first time seeing this. I can only imagine what Riverfront/early PBS was like.
    Choo got it, dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ohayou View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4xGGgz5TcI

    LOL - first time seeing this. I can only imagine what Riverfront/early PBS was like.
    There wasn't anyone there to yell at the team. I went to a Jacksonville game in 2002 at PBS and sat somewhere around Section 116 in the corner of the end zone. If I threw a rock, I couldn't have hit the next closest fan. It was empty.
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    How do we know he's not Mel Torme?

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    Jets sign Braylon Edwards...just one week after he calls them idiots.

    Choo got it, dude.

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    Jets sign Braylon Edwards...just one week after he calls them idiots.

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    Reports of Goddell discussing expanding playoffs to 14 or 16 teams. Why must every league continue to cheapen their championships by adding mediocre teams to the postseason? Why even have a regular season?
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    What if we set it up soccer style? Start out with 6 divisional seeding games each team playing the other 3 in their division home and away. From there a 32 team playoff could be established with 16 AFC teams and 16 NFC teams playing a double elimination tournament. Seeding matchups could rotate every year so that North 1 seed plays South 4 seed, 2s play 3s, and vice versa while East and West do the same in the first round. The following season would see North and East pair while West and South pairs, for example. In this league all teams would get at least 8 games a season, and the Super Bowl would be the 14th games played for each team as the NFC and AFC finally pair off.
    Except for the whole money making process, this could make for an exciting season where after the 6 divisional games every game is life and death for each team, while only having to put up with bad teams for 8 weeks and seeing top teams pairing up weekly!
    Is it "next season" yet?


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