get a bonus 6 pack and get drizznunk. The kind where u end up in the bathtub @ 3 am praying it helps.
thank Houston for overlooking us and letting us steal a win, but prepare for a loss against Luck and the Colts, followed by New England.
Houston is going to overlook us and still beat us by 30.
What will I do............................................???? ?????????
Nothing. Been through waaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyy too many wacky games and stupid **** with this team. That being said, we will still be in first place for another week and that is truly hysterical.
Remind me to dig my bag out of the closet to wear.
What the hell J E T S ! ! !
The Coples pick i loved,but not to use the way the Jets are using him.When your team lacks a pass rush,why on earth would u use your 1st round pick on an interior DLman when you have so many already.
Absolutely right. He needs to be playing a lot more. Want players to develope put them in the game. If they don't work out, you know to get rid of them.
Im living in reality. You my friend, Im not sure what the address for LA LA land is.No the betterment of our future would be our top 5 pick QB develops into what he was drafted at being, with our young D stepping up and making big plays despite the absence of Revis. We win and go to have a great 2012 with a supoerbowl. that would be the betterment of the franchise....
...be very happy.
There are only 3 players in all of sports that I would have tanked for in the last 10 years: Lebron James, Sidney Crosby, and Andrew Luck. In every other scenario, I want my team to win as many games as possible.
Look at the top teams in the league right now. How many of them are where they are as a result of tanking? Not a single one. If the Colts wind up being a good team down the road, that will make 1, and they tanked for the best prospect in a quarter-century.
All tanking does is fill a fan base with false hope. A high draft pick isn't going to turn your franchise around. It takes good management and coaching to do that.
There has been someone on here talking about how a Week 17 win "cost" us Matt Ryan. As if there were a guarantee that we would have taken him. The Dolphins had the first pick and no QB, they didn't take him. The Rams also didn't have a QB, and they didn't draft him either.
Thomas Dimitroff, former head of scouting for the Pats, took Matt Ryan. And he didn't just take Matt Ryan. He also drafted Sam Baker, signed Michael Turner and Tony Gonzalez, and made the trade up for Julio Jones (a move that was widely criticized at the time). If you look at the Falcons drafts since 2008, they've missed 4-5 in the first 5 rounds, and even two of those guys are still on the team as depth. They get real contribution from everyone else that they've drafted.
If you want to turn the team around, Woody needs to find the next Dimitroff.
Patsies go 9-7 this season and finish third in the division.(oh, sorry, that was you)The decline of Tom Brady will come quicker than most people realize. I've been watching this game for a long time and have an eye for these things. I said it before and I'll say it again: Sanchez will have a better 2012 than Brady.
be convinced the Texans didn't make it to East Rutherford and forfeited...
Buy a lottery ticket.
So you think his decline in stats is a function of decline and not the result of the running game? You're also leaving out the second part about Sanchez having a better year. ROFL
I think you need glasses if that's "your eye" for things.
BTW, don't want to hijack the thread so I won't say more.