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Old 09-01-2011, 05:41 AM   #1
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NFL favorites and predictions

Any other NFL fans out there?? I've always been a Patriots fan, yeah get some!!

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I've always been a Cowboys fan since most of my family love the Redskins it makes family get together a little more fun with football talk. All I can say is I hope my Boys do better this season than they did last

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Hmmmmm... maybe, but if Romo can get his head in the game
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For sure they also didn't play like much of a team last season either it was like everyone on the field wanted to do what they wanted not what was asked of them dunno. hope for the best I guess
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Just anyone but a Manning! !!!!!
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Diehard Eagles fan over here. I'm not sure how they'll do this year, but if they keep the team together, next year will be spectacular.
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My only objection to the eagles (IMO) there are 5 million people wanting 1 chance in the NFL and a certain someone on that team has got a second.
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I don't agree with what that certain someone did either, but there comes a point where you just have to forgive an forget and I'm by no means an Eagles fan. He has served his time and done community services i don't know tho just my opinion
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Been a Saints fan since the Colts left Baltimore like a thief in the night on me as a kid. So it was just a little extra sweet to see them beat the Colts to win the SB. Like the dude said above, I'm really disappointed with Archie's kids. Eli is a crybaby emo punk "I don't wanna play in San Diego, waaahhhhh" and Peyton has poor sportsmanship, from not shaking Brees' hand after the Superbowl. He just stormed off the field like a sore loser. I don't care how big or emotional the game is, you shake the man's hand like a man. I guaran-damn-tee if the Saints lost, Brees would have been the first one to congratulate the Colts.
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I'm just ready to see Albert haynesworth flatten some QB's and see little 5'8" Danny Woodhead bust through the middle!! But with patriots being my favorite, the Steelers got to be my second
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I'm just ready to see Albert haynesworth flatten some QB's and see little 5'8" Danny Woodhead bust through the middle!! But with patriots being my favorite, the Steelers got to be my second
Good luck with that headcase Haynesworth. If anybody can whip him into shape, it's Bill Belichick.
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I don't agree with what that certain someone did either, but there comes a point where you just have to forgive an forget and I'm by no means an Eagles fan. He has served his time and done community services i don't know tho just my opinion
I agree. I also feel that he's gotten a fair shake and should be allowed back in the league. There are a couple of actual murderers who never missed a day of football, and that turns my stomach. One particular Ravens linebacker nauseates me because of what he got away with, and everyone knows about the Redskins wideout that got away with murder just 2 years ago.


Sorry for the digression, back on topic, Go Birds!
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And that picture of drew holding his kid is a lifetime memory, ......um... just like the Pats 18-1 season a few years back.... that still pisses me off
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And that picture of drew holding his kid is a lifetime memory, ......um... just like the Pats 18-1 season a few years back.... that still pisses me off
I've always had a soft spot for Boston area teams, must be the Irish in me, so I really did want to see the Pats pull it off. And of all people that had to beat them, Eli.........
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And that picture of drew holding his kid is a lifetime memory, ......um... just like the Pats 18-1 season a few years back.... that still pisses me off
How could the Pats lose to the stinkin Giants that year?
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Couldn't have asked for a better QB or a better man to turn this team around. That whole season was pure magic. Maybe even a little voodoo.
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I still haven't figures that out, dam plaxico!!
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I still haven't figures that out, dam plaxico!!
Was Plax the one who made the helmet catch?

I still curse Westy for the 05 Superbowl..
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Was Plax the one who made the helmet catch?

I still curse Westy for the 05 Superbowl..
Yes..... everyone thought it was a sack but then Eli rolled out a found plaxico in the corner
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Couldn't have asked for a better QB or a better man to turn this team around. That whole season was pure magic. Maybe even a little voodoo.
And didn't Reggie bush get the axe?
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I've been a KC Chiefs fan since before the first Superbowl. Always will be.

I also like the Dolphins back when Jim Kick, Larry Cszonca, and Mercury Morris were the running backs. Playing "tackle the guy with the ball" I rotated my running style between theirs.
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Diehard Eagles fan over here. I'm not sure how they'll do this year, but if they keep the team together, next year will be spectacular.
Not until they get a qb who can win 2nd half of year. His skill set is entertaining but not conducive. He always fades as year goes on. Only once in career has he made out of first round, in 5 tries.
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My only objection to the eagles (IMO) there are 5 million people wanting 1 chance in the NFL and a certain someone on that team has got a second.
They aren't as good. NFL forgives anything if you are good enough or sell enough tickets.
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I still curse Westy for the 05 Superbowl..
No. It was not.
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And didn't Reggie bush get the axe?
Traded to Miami bc of $
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Yes..... everyone thought it was a sack but then Eli rolled out a found plaxico in the corner
No. It was David Tyree with the infamous helmet catch.

Who I believe was cut following season.
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And didn't Reggie bush get the axe?
Yes, gone to Miami, replaced by Darren Sproles from San Diego. Shockey is gone too, but David Thomas is shaping up to be an all-pro and I wouldn't be surprised to see him in the Pro-bowl this year if people are paying attention. So with the addition of Sproles and Mark Ingram, and already having Pierre Thomas and Chris Ivory, the running game is stacked and Sean Payton has been talking about more focus on the run. That's bad news for any defense we play. One of the top O lines in the league, 4 RB's that could start on most teams, huge depth at WR with Colston, Henderson, Meacham, Moore and Arrington, 2 solid TEs in Thomas and Graham, and a QB that makes stars out of guys you've never heard of. Add Sean Payton's coaching to the mix, and you get what you've seen from the Saints on Offense the past few years, at the top of the heap.
The question mark is again on defense. There's name-brand talent there, but they give up a lot of points, but we win by scoring more than anyone else. Run D looks a little suspect this pre-season, but I think Shaun Rogers will step up when the season starts.
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diehard BRONCOS fan..always have been and always will be.
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diehard BRONCOS fan..always have been and always will be.
Is Dawk back this year? How's he been playing over there?
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Minn. Vikings fan here.

Wonder how we will do this year with Mcnaab?

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