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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by fendrguitplayr, Sep 11, 2020.
it was a sloppy game, but Brady and Foles dueled again and, same outcome.
If I was trying to block Khalil Mack on every play, only to be called out by my QB, on national TV (International TV).....
put it like this, it wouldn't be happening next week. Even if I was the rookie tackle. Star players only become stars, because of their team mates and coaches.
Brady has always been a pouty infant, when things don't go his way. It gets old.
It would help a lot if someone would hold up a card telling Brady what down it was.
With HUGE numbers!!!
Well yeah! When an old fella reaches a certain age, he needs to have them big numbers, that's a given!
Is there an Eagles fan out there who is not a Nick Foles fan? Maybe Santa Claus?
even Don Felder is a Nick Foles fan.
44 years ago today....
I wonder if Myles Garret has seen this!
Good day for the Ravens although their offense was inconsistent. My hat is off to Joe Burrow (Bengals) who took a terrible beating but got right back and just kept playing in a dismal situation.
Was glad they won, but Lamar killed me in fantasy and the niners are gonna be 3 or 4 win team this year....
Sorry to hear Dak get hurt, no fun for cowoboys fans and he was looking to have a good year...
An Eagles win against the Steelers would have been an upset. I’m surprised how well the Eagles played. Chase Claypool shined for the Steelers, and Travis Fulgham gave a stellar effort for the Wandering Birds. It seems to me that the Eagles are not prepared for their games, especially on the O side of the ball, notwithstanding the injury list.
bad D by the eagles...but its par for t he course
My BROWNS are 4-1 for the first time in 26 years!
With two grandkids here watching TV I finally drove to some hunting land and traipsed around, which was great. I was able to hear the Steelers continue to play well, then stopped at a friend to see just how the Chiefs got hammered.
That was all well and right, but when I finally watched a game I thought would be kinda hohum it was the Vikings putting it to the Seahawks. I like the Hawks but also like a good game, which it was...but can anybody explain why Zimmer didn’t call for a FG in the Vikings last possession? I saw the odds at games end but simply cannot believe that’s what Zimmer was thinking in his brain. Huh?
the more I learn about the cost of the gladiatorial games called NFL FOOTBALL put on for my voyeuristic enjoyment the less interested I am in watching. Amazing athletes destroyed for my violence kicks, I think not, not this season or next.
If the carnage was really good C.G.I. with live action actors that involved no one getting hurt, you know ,it's just a video game, fine. I'd vote for a release of adjustable rule level ROLLER BALL, WELL I'D BUY IT .
I watched some post game questions on the NFL network. Zimmer said he made the decision because it was a guaranteed victory if the Vikings could have gotten that last first down. He knew if he kicked the field goal there was a possibility the Seahawks could have tied the game with Russel Wilson’s track record of success in late game drives. He figured it was the best chance to keep the ball out of Wilson’s hands by running out the clock. The Vikings had success with Cook on converting 4th downs, when he went out in the third with a groin injury the Seahawks were still having some problems with the backup RB too, so it was a pretty safe risk that they could make that short yardage conversion, they just didn’t that time. The Vikings are a good team and if players can remain healthy they will do pretty well this year. The Seahawks looked terrible in the first half and just turned it on enough to win at crucial points like taking advantage of turnovers, as a Hawks fan that was a scary close game. I felt like it had loss written all over it before Wilson threw to Metcalf on two fourth down plays. The trust Wilson had in Metcalf’s ability to catch the ball in do or die plays was unbelievable.
Lost by a touchdown. Hardly hammered.
The D was brutal. We’ll need that later. Concerned about the O line. That was a disjointed effort. Bengals still missing pieces, but they played tough, as always.
Um, ok. Thanks. Now, will you please leave us alone?