Also, other recent lessons from board discourse: face punchings can sometimes be an acceptable way for totally non-sociopathic adults to resolve their problems.
Someone gets punched in the face every week at every NFL game.
Philly has an on-site jail to handle their volume.
Detroit only down 6 despite four turnovers.
EDIT* Calvin Johnson. Wow. He has more yards than the Cowboys do as a team.
Last edited by Gribbz; 10-27-2013 at 11:57 AM.
Did that really just happen?
And there's the obligatory Dez Bryant temper tantrum.
Poor Jax. When it's going bad.....
Can't even get the flag boys in the right formation.
I was so sad when the Chiefs beat the Browns yesterday. They were neck and neck for a good while. I would've loved for a lesser team to destroy the Chiefs' undefeated season. (Sorry, Tuscon)
So the answer to your question is "not yet."
But here's a valid question: how long can Brady keep playing with that broken throwing hand ?
Last edited by santasutt; 10-28-2013 at 06:33 PM.
Seahawks setting new lows for offensive line play. Hopefully Russell survives the game.
I'd say Percy Harvin is coming back at the perfect time.
Golden Tate is the most insufferable little bitch in the entire league. Or at least it seems that way, after watching Seattle's last two Monday night games.
It wasn't so much that he didn't catch it, it was how he handled the aftermath. And last night it wasn't so much that he caught that long TD pass, it was how he handled it.
No. The entire point was he was credited with a touchdown (in the Packers game last year) that he did not score, by an incompetent replacement ref whose fuckup on that play immediately caused the NFL to settle with the official's union. That is the single most important and noteworthy play of Golden Tate's career: a failure that was deemed a success by an even bigger failure. Golden Tate will never be able to shake that stigma, and he knows it, and he acts out as a result.
I'm perfectly fine with Allen being dealt, his production is declining and he's in a contract year. Not quite sure why Seattle is pushing so hard for him, though.