2015 NFL Thread

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Brad Pittiful, Mar 3, 2015.

  1. fendertx

    fendertx Poster Extraordinaire Silver Supporter

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    I did, the Astros put up a hell of a fight. KC finally broke out and took the series. This football game though! Two great defenses going head to head, but our offense is offensive. Hoyer with 4 turnovers :cry:
     
  2. william tele

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    I'm still grimacing over the JJWatts deal. It looked like we delivered a blow. That aiin't right...:(
     
  3. telleutelleme

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    Let's see. Clowney or Bridgewater? Think as a GM I'll pick .................

    Texans didn't start him today, so he got mad and left the stadium.
    Texans would have lost no matter what, but wow that was professional.
    Congrats to the Chiefs and Royals and do they have a basketball team?
     
  4. fendertx

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    Hard to appreciate the good play of Burfict in this game. I don't get antics, he seems to be on the cusp of being out of control. Crazy game though, Big Ben just came in to try and work a comeback.
     
  5. fendertx

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    Wow!
     
  6. RubyRae

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    Absolutely embarrassing, the worst loss in NFL history. Burfict let the whole city down.
     
  7. rebelwoclue

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    There are no words (other than four-letter) to express what I feel about that Bengals game. They stupidly gave the game away.
     
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    Burfict has been playing dirty all year, and Marvin Lewis put up with it. Tonight's game is exactly what they deserve.

    I hope all of the players involved come out ok.
     
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    What a game. A disgrace to the sport. When it comes down to what this game was if you watched it, and it wasn't football that decided all that happened.

    How the league, teams, coaches allow all this loss of control in players is pitiful.

    No character or respect. Complete disregard for discipline.

    Some teams through, the coaches have moral or ethical quality, and you don't see this crap. Some ( and you see it in ALL SPORTS) don't really care if a player is a child molester, as long as he is good, they put up with whatever, and that player knows he can get away with it, as he has since high school, because the gift outshines ANYTHING he does on or off the field.

    What a sickening thing this is become, you see the erosion every year, getting worse and worse.

    Across the board, regardless of points, neither team had the right to come out a winner in this one.

    How many countless talented football players would give anything to have the privilege to play in a playoff game and NEVER get the chance. I feel sorry for them to have to watch the utter disregard of some of these players that care nothing about the team, or the outcome of the game,it's just me me me.

    Big money had ruined it all.
     
  10. Ricky D.

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    Pac-man Jones bumping the ref after Burfict's foul was the icing on the cake.

    Marvin Lewis defined the worst conduct he would tolerate by not pulling players out of the game who were emotionally out of control. There's an old saying in business management: If you have a problem in your responsibility area and you do not handle it, you are the problem.
     
  11. RubyRae

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    The worst part is he did so much to win this game for them, and this play will outshine all the great plays he made. The premature celebration is almost as bad as the hit.

    I agree with the last part. Steelers were bad too, it's a shame a few players can
    ruin a whole game of this much excitement.
     
  12. rebelwoclue

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    Well, now that I've settled down...
    Marvin Lewis might be a good coach when it comes to getting a team ready to play, but he fails as a manager of people.
    Also there seems to be a team captain component missing on the Bengals.
    Intra-team fines should be instituted as well for players that won't keep their composure as well.
    The ownership needs to step up now and make some changes.
    Sigh...
     
  13. fendrguitplayr

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    Gonna be cold in Minnesota today.
     
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    I already said "I thought I'd seen everything" during an earlier game this season. That Burfict hit on a game-over, 4th and 3 uncatchable pass play was a new level of idiocy, like he'd waited all night to take the shot, finally had his chance and couldn't control himself. That may have been enough to cost the game without the next penalty. Incredible.

    It is gonna be cold in Minnesota. I hope the Vikings can play a strong game. Seahawks look formidable.

    The late game should be an interesting one, too. Go Packers!
     
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    6 below game time. !! Whoa
     
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    Tough game so far. Vikings playing pretty well, Seahawks seem a bit flat if not 'confused'.
     
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    Seahawks are awful so far. Russell Wilson is not playing well at all, and the line isn't blocking. Credit to the Vikings. They're doing a lot of things right. But it's still only 3 - 0. Anyone's game.
     
  18. fendertx

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    Hate to see the Vikings lose on a missed kick! Bummer!
     
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    What a finish! The whole Seahawks team should be giving thanks!
     
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    Different players year after year but some teams historically just always seem to lose big games.

    The Vikings and Bengals this weekend are a prime example of that. I'd throw in the Eagles, Bills and Lions too as other teams that, for whatever reason, are great at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
     
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