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    I wouldn't really say that the Cowboys and Redskins are fucking awful right now.

    Also, the NFC East is arguably better than any AFC division, maybe except for North.
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    Yes, the Redskins are pretty decent.
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    Anyone know who the guy in the Cardinals jersey is? I've seen him in pictures on the board and I thought I saw him this year.

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    fuck the preseason. god damn it.
    Quote Originally Posted by efrain44 View Post
    Anyone know who the guy in the Cardinals jersey is? I've seen him in pictures on the board and I thought I saw him this year.

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    So is his leg broken the way Steve Nash's was broken last year (not very horrifically, back in a few weeks), like Joe Theisman's, or somewhere in the middle?
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    Somewhere in the middle. Sounds like he will be out for the year. Fuuuuuck

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    Interesting piece by the ombudsmen at ESPN on their withdrawl from the PBS concussion documentary
    http://espn.go.com/blog/ombudsman/po...tor=MediaREDEF

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    The Bills name...Jeff Tuel as their week 1 starting QB.

    http://msn.foxsports.com/lacesout/me...ack-jeff-tuel/

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    The Cleveland Browns have finally turned the "talent" corner - they have former players getting cut league-wide while they have actual playmakers where these guys used to be. If Chud can coach on game day they may be onto something. One can hope.

    Also - for those of you craving NFL Sunday Ticket *without* DirecTV, just buy Madden 25 Anniversary Edition on Amazon for $99 and sell the game for $50 - it's got a code inside for the online component of Sunday Ticket. Just cashed my code in, no issues, it gives me a "See you Opening Day!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobert View Post
    Now the real question becomes whether or not Flynn can beat Pryor in an open competition. He has a pretty poor track record competing against quarterbacks with superior physical talents. Jamarcus Russell and Russell Wilson both stuck him with a clipboard. Since being drafted the only QB he won a job from was Brian Brohm for the #2 duties in Green Bay. There's no guarantee he'll ever see the field in Oakland. Technically the Raiders have more invested in Pryor at this point.
    Quote Originally Posted by TickleMeElmo View Post
    Umm, no they don't. Pryor was drafted by the previous regime. They could very well not give a single fuck about him and let him go next year. Unless Flynn gets beat out a rookie this year (which would be sad yet hilarious at the same time) he's going to start. Jamarcus Russell did beat him out in college but when Jamarcus got to the NFL, his lack of discipline destroyed his career while Flynn still has his shit together. Russell Wilson did beat him out too but Wilson turned out to be pretty damn good. Several decent starting QBs in the league would've lost to Wilson so that's not saying much. Reggie McKenzie was part of the team that drafted Flynn to begin with so it seems like he somewhat believes in him if he was willing to trade for him.
    Matt Flynn is poised to lose his job to Terrelle Pryor, and will probably hold a clipboard the rest of his career. So I hate to be the guy who told you so, but I got's to be that kind of guy.

    The Contra Costa Times believes QB Terrelle Pryor could sew up the Raiders' starting job by "(showing) leadership and avoiding turnovers" in Thursday's preseason finale.
    Most signs suggest the Raiders have already decided to go with Pryor over Matt Flynn, but perhaps he could lengthen his rope with a strong showing in hostile Seattle. Barring a Geno Smith-esque face-plant, Pryor should have the job on lockdown. Flynn's terrible preseason play and "sore arm" have seen to that.
    http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/6757/terrelle-pryor

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    haha this is pretty funny. You can go click on different position rankings from it.

    http://www.theonion.com/articles/nfl...backers,33653/
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomServo View Post
    Also - for those of you craving NFL Sunday Ticket *without* DirecTV, just buy Madden 25 Anniversary Edition on Amazon for $99 and sell the game for $50 - it's got a code inside for the online component of Sunday Ticket. Just cashed my code in, no issues, it gives me a "See you Opening Day!"
    Wow, thanks for the heads up, I just did this too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unit300021 View Post
    haha this is pretty funny. You can go click on different position rankings from it.

    http://www.theonion.com/articles/nfl...backers,33653/

    5. C.J. Spiller: In prime position to ride Kevin Kolb’s futility all season long
    9. Randall Cobb: As the Packers’ new number-one receiver, Cobb will have approximately 0.4 seconds after every snap to get open before Aaron Rodgers is sacked
    I also like how Vick is ranked as the 8th best RB.

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    To you guys I say Wat?????????? Off to ?????? ....... cr****
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    It's hard to argue with that.

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    That's a victory for the NFL.
    Quote Originally Posted by efrain44 View Post
    Anyone know who the guy in the Cardinals jersey is? I've seen him in pictures on the board and I thought I saw him this year.

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    Yeah, they don't have to take depos or really show what they knew and when. They can pay (a pittance on the billions they've made) and try to make the story go away.
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    To you guys I say Wat?????????? Off to ?????? ....... cr****
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    It's hard to argue with that.

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    Three-quarters of a billion dollars: Just a drop.
    Quote Originally Posted by efrain44 View Post
    Anyone know who the guy in the Cardinals jersey is? I've seen him in pictures on the board and I thought I saw him this year.

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    The league made $9.5 billion in 2012 alone.
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    To you guys I say Wat?????????? Off to ?????? ....... cr****
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    It's hard to argue with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canexplain View Post
    To you guys I say Wat?????????? Off to ?????? ....... cr****
    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    It's hard to argue with that.

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    Just got back from the last Pats preseason contest and feel bad for the thousands who paid the full price of an NFL ticket to NOT see Tom Brady and most of the 2013 starters. The NFL "exhibition" (they hate that word) season is the biggest rip-off in professional sports.

    Tim Tebow played like the mediocre qb that he is and I am taking all bets that he does NOT make the 53 man cut down.

    Adrian Wilson was playing with the scrub-a-dubs into the 4th quarter tonight so I would say that he also needs to strap his parachute on.

    Evil Bill was badgered by one persistent reporter during the post-game presser about the RS Hernandez story and dropped a "next question."

    And this porn-stached dude was hanging with Mr. Kraft on the sidelines tonight.


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    Boardie Pickem Pool 2013 and here are the contestants so far:

    1 Fourthisto
    2 GoFuckYourself
    3 icedkeg
    4 insbordnat
    5 LickTheLizzard
    6 menik
    7 neighborhoodcreep
    8 Unit300021
    9 bobert
    10 Buttplug McNasty
    11 Darth_Bater
    12 santasutt
    13 Shaxspear
    14 theklein25
    15 TomServo

    I think I can guess the identity of contestant #2.

    But who be Buttplug Mcnasty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by santasutt View Post
    Boardie Pickem Pool 2013 and here are the contestants so far:

    1 Fourthisto
    2 GoFuckYourself
    3 icedkeg
    4 insbordnat
    5 LickTheLizzard
    6 menik
    7 neighborhoodcreep
    8 Unit300021
    9 bobert
    10 Buttplug McNasty
    11 Darth_Bater
    12 santasutt
    13 Shaxspear
    14 theklein25
    15 TomServo

    I think I can guess the identity of contestant #2.

    But who be Buttplug Mcnasty?
    If that's not ThomThom I'd be amazed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by santasutt View Post
    [SIZE=5]But who be Buttplug Mcnasty?
    That be me but seeing as everybody else is using their board handles I guess I'll change mine.
    Quote Originally Posted by travelfan View Post
    It's a bit unfair though, when I change an MP3 halfway through a song at a party I get yelled at, whereas Skrillex probably got a blow job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by santasutt View Post
    And this porn-stached dude was hanging with Mr. Kraft on the sidelines tonight.

    Meanwhile, in Seattle tonight...


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    If I had to take a Guess I would have gone with snoop being a Raiders fan. Unless of course he was just wearing the jersey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unit300021 View Post
    If I had to take a Guess I would have gone with snoop being a Raiders fan. Unless of course he was just wearing the jersey.
    Maybe he just follows Pete Carroll around.
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    Probably sells him weed.
    Quote Originally Posted by efrain44 View Post
    Anyone know who the guy in the Cardinals jersey is? I've seen him in pictures on the board and I thought I saw him this year.

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    Snoop is notorious for wearing whatever city he's in jersey. Soccer jerseys a lot of the time too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by citizenerased View Post
    Snoop is notorious for wearing whatever city he's in jersey. Soccer jerseys a lot of the time too.
    This.

    I've seen him perform in both a Seth Joyner, and a Marcell Ship Cardinals jeresy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    Probably sells him weed.
    Prohibition is over in Seattle, Tom. Pete doesn't need bandwagon rappers to score him dope. At this point it's really only the weather that's keeping Seattle from being the greatest city on earth. Bringing home the Lombardi Trophy would make everyone forget about that.

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    A few eyebrow raisers.....

    Down to 53: Tracking the NFL's notable roster cuts

    By Gregg Rosenthal
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    Published: Aug. 31, 2013 at 05:34 p.m. Updated: Aug. 31, 2013 at 06:30 p.m.


    It's the roughest time of year in the NFL.

    Cuts are underway as teams must reduce their rosters from 75 to 53 players by 6 p.m. ET on Saturday. You can get the complete list on the roster cuts tracker, but Around The League will keep a running tally of the biggest names right here.

    Tim Tebow, New England Patriots quarterback: The Patriots decided they were better off with only two quarterbacks on the roster, and a developmental quarterback possibly going to the practice squad. It's hard to imagine Tebow getting a better chance to keep his career going. It's quite possible that this is the end for him.


    Jonathan Dwyer, Pittsburgh Steelers running back: This was among Saturday's biggest surprises. Dwyer was cut loose despite an improved preseason and Le'Veon Bell's injury. Felix Jones remains on the roster.

    Vince Young, Green Bay Packers quarterback: This was a small surprise following Graham Harrell's release. The Packers will either roll with B.J. Coleman as the backup or sign someone off waivers.

    Robert Meachem, San Diego Chargers wide receiver: Meachem costs the Chargers $6.875 million this year in dead cap money, but he was of no use for them. He'll go down as one of the worst free agent signings of the last five years.

    Antoine Winfield, Seattle Seahawks cornerback: This is why we called the Seahawks the deepest roster in the league. It was reported early in the day that Winfield would be cut, then Jay Glazer of FoxSports.com reported that he would retire. He'll go down as one of the most underrated cornerbacks of his generation.

    Brady Quinn, Seattle Seahawks quarterback: Tarvaris Jackson beat him out for the backup job, and the Seahawks only kept two quarterbacks. He could land with a team like Buffalo.

    Thaddeus Lewis, Buffalo Bills quarterback: Buffalo only has two quarterbacks on the roster, and rookie EJ Manuel is injured.

    David Gettis, Carolina Panthers wide receiver: He injured himself during pregame warmups before the last preseason game. Armanti Edwards and Domenik Hixon both made the team.

    Brandon Bogotay and Shayne Graham, Cleveland Browns kicker: It's not often that a team has no kickers on the roster. We're going to go ahead and predict that changes before Week 1.

    Marvin Austin, David Carr, and Ryan Torain, New York Giants: Austin only last two years after getting taken in the second round. Torain looked like a potential backup after Andre Brown's injury. Brown made the team. Carr could land elsewhere. Wide receiver Ramses Barden was also placed on injured reserve. Mike Patterson made the team.

    Ben Ijalana and Drake Nevis, Indianapolis Colts: These were the second-round and third-round picks in the Polians' last draft in the Colts. Yikes.

    Bobby Rainey and Tandon Doss, Baltimore Ravens: Rainey's release means the Ravens are only carrying two running backs. That will surely change. They kept seven wide receivers, including rookies Aaron Mallette and Marlon Brown.

    Austin Collie, San Francisco 49ers wide receiver: Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports the former Indianapolis Colts won't make the team. At least he stayed healthy in camp.

    Ryan Lilja, Denver Broncos: Peyton Manning's former teammates' comeback was a nice story, but his knee bothered him.

    Danny Watkins, Philadelphia Eagles guard: The 28-year-old former firefighter was one of the best stories and strangest first-round picks in recent memory. It didn't work out for him under Andy Reid or Chip Kelly.

    Greg McElroy, New York Jets quarterback: Matt Simms earned the No. 3 quarterback job. It's quite a story for a player that made virtually no impact in college football.

    John Skelton, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback: Josh Johnson won the battle for the backup job behind Andy Dalton.

    Tony Moeaki, Kansas City Chiefs tight end: He once flashed serious potential, but hasn't been able to stay healthy.

    Max Starks, San Diego Chargers tackle: King Dunlap won the right to protect Philip Rivers' blindside.

    Michael Bamiro, Philadelphia Eagles tackle: The mammoth Stoney Brook tackle received a lot of guaranteed money to sign with the Eagles. He could land on the practice squad.

    Clay Harbor, Philadelphia Eagles tight end: Chip Kelly decided to keep Emil Igwenagu over Harbor.

    Jermaine Cunningham and Zoltan Mesko, New England Patriots: Mesko has been one of the better punters in the league, so his release comes as a surprise. Ryan Allen won the job with a strong camp. Cunningham, the No. 53 pick in the 2010 draft, never could build on a solid rookie season as a pass rusher.

    Rusty Smith, Tennessee Titans quarterback: The Titans just kept two quarterbacks. Smith could find a job elsewhere.

    Fernando Velasco, Tennessee Titans center: He started 16 games for the team last season.

    Marcus Trufant, Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback: General manager David Caldwell will roll with one of the most inexperienced cornerback groups in football.

    John Connor, Bengals fullback: "The Terminator" didn't make the squad. That's good news for "Hard Knocks" regular Orson Charles.

    Jimmy Clausen, Carolina Panthers quarterback: Derek Anderson is the team's backup. Clausen's release, as NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported, comes as little surprise.

    Drayton Florence, Carolina Panthers cornerback: Rapoport was told Florence will be released, which comes as a surprise after the team signed him to a one-year, $1 million contract in March.

    J'Marcus Webb, Chicago Bears offensive tackle: After struggling through 44 starts over three seasons, the 6-foot-7 offensive tackle tweeted his release Friday morning. It's a good sign for the young Bears offensive line.

    Jordan Palmer, Chicago Bears quarterback: The founder of RunPee.com could get a call during the regular season if backup Josh McCown is hurt. The Bears also released quarterback Trent Edwards, according to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.

    David Nelson, Cleveland Browns wide receiver: Rapoport was told by a source informed of the move that Nelson won't make the team in Cleveland. Signed for cheap, Nelson couldn't make an impact this summer after suffering an ACL tear in 2012 and battling a bone bruise in training camp.

    Matt Leinart, Buffalo Bills quarterback: On the heels of a rough-and-tumble outing against the Detroit Lions on Thursday, the former first-round draft pick tweeted Friday that he has been released by the Bills. His career probably is over.

    Crezdon Butler, Buffalo Bills cornerback: Butler is not a big name, but he was viewed as a potential starter following Stephon Gilmore's injury.


    Daniel Fells and Jake Ballard, New England Patriots tight ends: The Patriots have cut ties with two tight ends. Fells has been released after signing a three-year, $5.25 million contract in 2012. Ballard, claimed off waivers from the New York Giants last year, also was cut. Ballard lacked speed after surgery. This is a good sign for Rob Gronkowski, who is not expected to land on the PUP list. Undrafted rookie Zach Sudfeld and Michael Hoomanawanui are the healthy Patriots tight ends. Tim Tebow was not among the Patriots' first 10 cuts.

    Brian Banks, Atlanta Falcons linebacker: Jay Glazer of FoxSports.com first reported that Banks was let go, and the Falcons later confirmed the news. His inspirational story might not be over. Glazer hints Banks could have some sort of role with the team.

    Dennis Dixon, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback: He never really had a chance after the Eagles drafted Matt Barkley.

    Tony Pashos, Washington Redskins offensive tackle: ESPN.com's John Keim first reported that Pashos was released by the team, a move that ensures Tyler Polumbus will start at right tackle for the Redskins.


    Mike Thomas, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver: The former Jacksonville Jaguar's career continues a steep decline. He caught 66 passes only a few years ago.

    Austin Davis, St. Louis Rams quarterback: Kellen Clemens will backup Sam Bradford.

    Anthony Allen and Delone Carter, Baltimore Ravens running backs: The Ravens just traded for Carter, but he didn't last long. It looks like Bobby Rainey will be the team's No. 3 running back.

    Dan Carpenter, New York Jets kicker: Carpenter just signed with the Jets a few days ago after he was cut by the Arizona Cardinals. His release leaves Nick Folk as the only kicker on the Jets' roster.

    Lance Ball, Denver Broncos running back: Ball's release essentially locks Knowshon Moreno into third-down duties until Monte Ball and Ronnie Hillman shore up their pass protection skills. Undrafted rookie C.J. Anderson is expected to take the fourth running-back spot.

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