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Moorecards

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[NFL] Week 16 Games Discussion

Saturday, Dec. 22
Falcons at Lions, 8:30 p.m. ET

Sunday, Dec. 23
Titans at Packers, 1 p.m. ET
Raiders at Panthers, 1 p.m. ET
Bills at Dolphins, 1 p.m. ET
Bengals at Steelers, 1 p.m. ET
Patriots at Jaguars, 1 p.m. ET
Colts at Chiefs, 1 p.m. ET
Saints at Cowboys, 1 p.m. ET
Redskins at Eagles, 1 p.m. ET
Rams at Buccaneers, 1 p.m. ET
Chargers at Jets , 1 p.m. ET
Vikings at Texans, 1 p.m. ET
Browns at Broncos, 4:05 p.m. ET
Bears at Cardinals, 4:25 p.m. ET
Giants at Ravens, 4:25 p.m. ET
49ers at Seahawks, 8:20 p.m. ET



RockCake
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Isn't the NFL flexing the Niners/Seahawks game to Sunday night? I thought I read that somewhere.

[edit] Here it is:
»www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100000···d-to-snf

Giants/Ravens moved to 4:25 also.



Draiman
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reply to Moorecards

This time of year half the games don't mean anything. I just hope they put the ones on TV that matter.



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GOTW will be SF at Seattle. Its real hard to win at Quest Field, where the noise is deafening, and Seattle have been perfect this season. Both rookie QBs have been great, but I give the edge to Russell Wilson. Both have championship running backs, Gore and Lynch. The defenses are physical.
Since the game is at Seattle I give them the edge.

I will be watching Giants at Ravens, two teams, that appear to be going nowhere. Two under performing QBs. I give the edge to the Ravens playing at home.

Saints and Cowboys. I'm hoping Romo wins mainly because I dislike Brees for his continuous sanctimonious "We did nothing wrong in Bountygate". But the Saints can put up big numbers and will probably win.
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I AM
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Cowboys will win. We are going to the Super Bowl now.



Draiman
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The Saint's have nothing to play for except screwing the Cowboys.



Moorecards

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said by RockCake:

Isn't the NFL flexing the Niners/Seahawks game to Sunday night? I thought I read that somewhere.

[edit] Here it is:
»www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100000···d-to-snf

Giants/Ravens moved to 4:25 also.

original post changed, forgot about the flex they do late season ... thanks for the reminder


I AM
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I wonder what the Ravens will do with Joe Fluko this coming off-season?



Rook008
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said by I AM:

Cowboys will win. We are going to the Super Bowl now.

Thanks for that. I haven't laughed so hard all night

And I've been hanging out with drunk people.
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said by Rook008:

said by I AM:

Cowboys will win. We are going to the Super Bowl now.

Thanks for that. I haven't laughed so hard all night

And I've been hanging out with drunk people.

Jets fan? I know its been a gloomy season for you all.


Draiman
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The good news is Jacksonville should be happy since Tebow will want to be released and they'll scoop him up. He'll sell tickets if nothing else!



capdjq
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said by I AM:

said by Rook008:

said by I AM:

Cowboys will win. We are going to the Super Bowl now.

Thanks for that. I haven't laughed so hard all night

And I've been hanging out with drunk people.

Jets fan? I know its been a gloomy season for you all.

If they are compelled to keep Sanchez consider next Season. Maybe the Giants will improve.

Get Sanchez a better supporting cast.
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footballdude
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said by capdjq:

Get Sanchez a better supporting cast.

Seriously. All those giant butts just keep getting in his way.
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He needs a line with smaller buts?



Rook008
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Yeah. Gloomy as hell.

But Dallas in the Superbowl?

Show me: »sports.yahoo.com/nfl/playoffscenario



rockotman
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said by I AM:

I wonder what the Ravens will do with Joe Fluko this coming off-season?

Flacco is still a pretty damn good QB. He just needs to be bit more studious to catch on to what defenses are doing. He has the physical talents to be great. He just needs to do some work between the ears.

He is certainly an order of magnitude better than any other QB that the Ratbirds have had since the move to Bal'mor (except maybe for McNair in '06).
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sailor
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said by I AM:

He needs a line with smaller buts?

For buttfumble's sake

»www.nypost.com/p/sports/jets/for···smuhfK6J


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Kirk Cousins had some problems getting a haircut, and took a bit of abuse from the other Redskins for it.

quote:
The victory also gave Cousins a chance to bask in the glow of being a winning starting NFL quarterback. His run of fame continued Wednesday when he showed up for a session with reporters with his mop of hair gone, replaced by a close-cut 'do that - from the eyebrows up - made him look at least 45 years old.

''I have to apologize to my family and friends back home,'' he said. ''I think I'm embarrassing them. I try to represent them well, and my haircut's not doing it.''

He then explained that when he went to get a haircut on Monday, he had a ''communication breakdown'' with a female barber whose English wasn't the best. She also took off his glasses, so he couldn't see what she was doing. ''She wheels me back around,'' Cousins said. ''I look at the mirror and I realized I had a Mohawk. So I tell her, 'Just shave it off. I don't know what to tell you.' So she just buzzed it off, and I have to live with this for the next couple of weeks until it grows back.
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Rook008
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lol
He should have kept the mohawk.



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Give McElroy the team for 2 weeks, see how he does.

Let Tebow go to where ever he wants. They owe him that much for wasting a season of his career.

I don't know how they should deal with Sanchez and his huge contract. It's a mess.

Edit: I wonder what jabarnut thinks of the Jets right now.
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Wouldn't be hilarious if the Cardinals traded for Him. I can see it now Larry Fitzgerald is retiring in the prime of his career!!!



footballdude
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said by rockotman:

said by I AM:

I wonder what the Ravens will do with Joe Fluko this coming off-season?

Flacco is still a pretty damn good QB. He just needs to be bit more studious to catch on to what defenses are doing. He has the physical talents to be great. He just needs to do some work between the ears.

He is certainly an order of magnitude better than any other QB that the Ratbirds have had since the move to Bal'mor (except maybe for McNair in '06).

Bill Simmons had a great line in last week's NFL column. He said, "Flacco has put together the quietest contract year ever. Ravens fans wouldn't freak out if he left and other teams' fans wouldn't celebrate if he was signed. Cut to Arizona fans screaming, "That not true! THAT'S NOT TRUE! We would throw Flacco a parade!!!!"
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LOL. Ir ead that too. Fitzgerald just wants a guy who can throw the ball atleast somewhat close to him and over 15 yards.



capdjq
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said by Rook008:

Give McElroy the team for 2 weeks, see how he does.

Let Tebow go to where ever he wants. They owe him that much for wasting a season of his career.

I don't know how they should deal with Sanchez and his huge contract. It's a mess.

Edit: I wonder what jabarnut thinks of the Jets right now.

New York Jets show interest in QB Michael Vick?

»www.thepigskinreport.com/2012/12···el-vick/

The Daily News reports that Jets head coach Rex Ryan “loves” Michael Vick, according to another unnamed source.
He wants someone who stops turning the ball over.

Don't laugh, he said that, according to the Article.
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Rook008
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Oh no, that would not be good.



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NFC east seems like the key games leading up to playoffs this week. Giants, Redskins, and Cowboys have their seasons on the line this week and next. Who goes to the playoffs and who goes home?



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Playoff scenarios for every team

quote:
Dolphins: Can reach the playoffs if they beat the Bills and Patriots, and the Steelers beat the Bengals but lose to the Browns, and the Bengals lose to the Ravens in addition to losing to the Steelers, and the Jets lose at least one more game.
quote:
Rams: Technically still alive but would need to win both remaining games while the Vikings, Bears and Giants all lose out, plus either the Redskins or Cowboys lose in Week 16 and then the team that loses in Week 16 wins the Week 17 Cowboys-Redskins game.

And there you have it. A Rams-Dolphins Super Bowl is still possible.
lol


capdjq
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If you are depending on other teams to get into the play offs you don't deserve it.



FFH
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said by FFH:

NFC east seems like the key games leading up to playoffs this week. Giants, Redskins, and Cowboys have their seasons on the line this week and next. Who goes to the playoffs and who goes home?

Control their own destiny

4. Redskins: Clinch the NFC East if they win out.

6. Cowboys: Currently behind the Vikings in the NFC, but clinch the NFC East if they win out.

7. Giants: Currently behind the Vikings in the NFC, but clinch a playoff berth if they win out.
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said by Draiman:

The Saint's have nothing to play for except screwing the Cowboys.

A very worthy goal, which I hope the Saints achieve.