I thought they did better than I thought they would, (RAIDERS) but we fucking kicked their asses. Almost like a play game ... It's early but Super Bowl all the way but you know what happened last time. That's why it's called a game ... cr****
The good news is that when the terrorists blow up the Super Bowl this year, it will be the Broncos and Seahawks that get slaughtered.
Congrats to Week 3 champ, Unit300021, who posted 10 wins and was 16 points off the tie breaker total.....but closer than TicklemeElmo
1 icedkeg 32 32 16 66.67%
2 Fourthisto 32 32 16 66.67%
3 TickleMeElmo 32 32 16 66.67%
4 menik 31 31 17 64.58%
5 TallGuyCM 30 30 18 62.50%
6 Darth_Bater 30 30 18 62.50%
7 dfish 29 29 19 60.42%
8 Shaxspear 29 29 19 60.42%
9 Unit300021 28 28 20 58.33%
10 santasutt 28 28 20 58.33%
11 GoFuckYourself 27 27 21 56.25%
12 theklein25 26 26 22 54.17%
13 theflea73 25 25 23 52.08%
14 LickTheLizzard 25 25 23 52.08%
15 bobert 24 24 24 50.00%
16 TomServo 21 21 27 43.75%
Despite a hideous week, I'm still beating Tom in the Who's Buying Beers at the Over 40 Table Division.
Time for me to make my move.
2013 DENVER BRONCOS PROJECTIONS
Peyton Manning 89-122, 1,143 yds., 12 TDs, 0 INT, 134.7 rtg. 474-650, 6,096 yds., 64 TDs, 0 INT, 134.8 rtg. All but attempts would shatter NFL records.
Demaryius Thomas 20 rec., 307 yds., 2 TDs 107 rec., 1,637 yds., 11 TDs No team has ever had four 1,000-yard receivers
Eric Decker 19 rec., 252 yds., 1 TD 101 rec., 1,344 yds., 5 TDs No team has ever had three 100-catch, 1,000-yard receivers
Wes Welker 19 rec., 190 yds., 4 TDs 101 rec., 1,013 yds., 21 TDs 21 TDs would rank third in league history
Julius Thomas 14 rec., 194 yds., 4 TD 75 rec., 1,035 yds., 21 TDs 21 TDs would set a record for tight ends
Matt Prater 5-5 FGs, 16-16 PAT, 31 pts. 27-27 FGs, 85-85 PAT, 165 pts. 165 pts. would be one shy of the NFL record (166, Akers, '11)
Total Offensive Yds. 1,460 7,787 7,474 is current team record ('11 Saints)
Team First Downs 78 416 Would tie for second in NFL history (444, '12 Patriots)
Team Points 127 677 589 is current record ('07 Patriots)
Opp. Rushing Yds. 130 693 Would rank fourth in NFL history and be the fewest since '42
Total TDs 16 85 75 is current record ('11 Patriots)
Very pleased with my position so far.
"Yeah, that's right, Barney. This year, I invested in pumpkins. They've been going up the whole month of October and I got a feeling they're going to peak right around January. Then, bang! That's when I'll cash in."
Going from bad to worse for Raiders fans, introducing your newest mascot "Raider Rusher" How long does the rusher survive if he goes near the black hole?
With all of the costumed freaks that show up at Raiders games that seems pretty redundant.
There is no place in Raider Nation for clean, straight white teeth.
What....the fuck is that supposed to be?
looks sort of like Boltman
In which lehorne demonstrates that it is, in fact, possible to be dumber and more tasteless than a Raiders fan.
wish that was your face getting pissed on
Don't give brokendoll any ideas.
what about Running Tom running from a rogue wave of piss?
Yea I'm not sure if everyone loves a winner or hates them If things go as planned, the latter will hate the Broncos. We screwed up last time and things happen, but watch out NFL. Records will be broken ..The hardest record will be the Miami undefeated season but we will see eh .... cr****
Ron, it is nice to see you are as thoughtful and well-spoken about the NFL as you are about everything else.
The emotional maturity of a 5th grader..
Schwartz is 10x the coach that Singletary is/was. Singletary brought plenty of intensity and discipline to his team but he was a terrible coach. Schwartz is certainly a hot-head and his team has lacked discipline to put it mildly, but when it comes to the XOs he's miles ahead of the trou dropper.
Harbaugh is a dick, but yes, a good coach.
I'm really hoping some/all of the 4 injured players come back for tonight's game. :/
bobert, I agree with your facts but not your conclusion. Singletary's weakness was using his players effectively; Schwartz's is keeping his players focused and disciplined. The results are the same: talented teams struggling to get to .500.
I'd say Schwartz lacks maturity and acts like a petulant child while Singletary was borderline mentally unstable.