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nobody need to steal a playbook to beat the jets.

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Not NFL but kickoff for Army/Navy game. The only football game where every single person on the field is willing to give their life for everyone in the stands and in the nation. Respect. Go Navy!!!

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Just now, Point Break said:

Its a struggle.........for me its both...............intensely.

Try living in Wisconsin anti being anti-Packer.  It can be life threatening.

Lions are depressing.  No pressure on Rodgers, no defense to speak of.  12 men on the field gives the Packers a first down instead of having to settle for a 1st down. Of course it results in a TD.

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14 minutes ago, Grrr... said:

Wow.  What a Bullshit game. Refs handed it to Green Bay.

Yup but the Lions were complicit in their own demise.

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6 minutes ago, jerseyguy said:

Yup but the Lions were complicit in their own demise.

Yeah, they certainly didn't do themselves any favors.  Their absolute refusal to bring pressure on Rodgers was ridiculous.

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1 minute ago, Grrr... said:

Yeah, they certainly didn't do themselves any favors.  Their absolute refusal to bring pressure on Rodgers was ridiculous.

No pressure, stupid penalties, gave up 170 rushing yards.  3 GB turnovers and GB still won.

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The rule covering hands to the face will now mean hands on the shoulder pads.

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And no, that was not pass interference.  I was doing my nails and did not see the play.

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As a Green Bay fan, even I’ll admit all those calls were just plain bizarre to watch. The only bad call they made that I thought was forgivable was the helmet to helmet call. In real time, that looked viscous. It wasn’t til the replay that you could really tell it was purely an accident. The rest was garbage. 

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1 minute ago, Monkey said:

As a Green Bay fan, even I’ll admit all those calls were just plain bizarre to watch. The only bad call they made that I thought was forgivable was the helmet to helmet call. In real time, that looked viscous. It wasn’t til the replay that you could really tell it was purely an accident. The rest was garbage. 

Yeah.  It did look nasty.  But seriously, a lot of the helmet to helmet penalties end up with me asking what the heck they expected the defensive player to do.  I mean they are supposed to run into the other guy.

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I'm pretty close to giving up on watching the NFL. I think I saw a blurb that in one game this past weekend there were 13 plays in a row with a penalty? Who the hell knows what a catch or interference is anymore. I have no idea how how defensive player can reasonably tackle a runner who comes straight on and puts his head down.... seems to me the helmet to helmet contact is caused by a last minute duck by the runner as often as the defensive players actions. Cant go low.....cant make any contact with the helmet....when the runner is running hard and low....what can the defensive player do except step aside?

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34 minutes ago, Point Break said:

I'm pretty close to giving up on watching the NFL. I think I saw a blurb that in one game this past weekend there were 13 plays in a row with a penalty? Who the hell knows what a catch or interference is anymore. I have no idea how how defensive player can reasonably tackle a runner who comes straight on and puts his head down.... seems to me the helmet to helmet contact is caused by a last minute duck by the runner as often as the defensive players actions. Cant go low.....cant make any contact with the helmet....when the runner is running hard and low....what can the defensive player do except step aside?

Wait till CalOSHA becomes the governing body making it a SAFE WORK ENVIRONMENT 

NFL Studios shall be built without parking lots or seats

but in broadcast shall look like SuperHeros with pyrotechnics  Exploiding with Violence while players never get closer than 24" from eachother 

You will be able to pick the ending

No really just wait

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2 hours ago, Monkey said:

As a Green Bay fan, even I’ll admit all those calls were just plain bizarre to watch. The only bad call they made that I thought was forgivable was the helmet to helmet call. In real time, that looked viscous. It wasn’t til the replay that you could really tell it was purely an accident. The rest was garbage. 

Hand to the face call looked bad..... later pics show the Lion was guilty. Why wasn't that exonerating angle shown?

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7 hours ago, IrieMon said:

The refs also missed GB having 13 men on the field..... 13 !!!!!!    Wow.... just amazing.    Not sure how Goodell can expect anyone to trust this "product".   Morphing more into WWE every week.

I thought I counted 13 then figured nope couldn’t be.  Must have been my Catholic school math skills.

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5 hours ago, Point Break said:

I'm pretty close to giving up on watching the NFL. I think I saw a blurb that in one game this past weekend there were 13 plays in a row with a penalty? Who the hell knows what a catch or interference is anymore. I have no idea how how defensive player can reasonably tackle a runner who comes straight on and puts his head down.... seems to me the helmet to helmet contact is caused by a last minute duck by the runner as often as the defensive players actions. Cant go low.....cant make any contact with the helmet....when the runner is running hard and low....what can the defensive player do except step aside?

Don’t know about 13, but in the Jets-Cowboys game there were penalties called on 6 consecutive plays.

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6 hours ago, Point Break said:

I'm pretty close to giving up on watching the NFL. I think I saw a blurb that in one game this past weekend there were 13 plays in a row with a penalty? Who the hell knows what a catch or interference is anymore. I have no idea how how defensive player can reasonably tackle a runner who comes straight on and puts his head down.... seems to me the helmet to helmet contact is caused by a last minute duck by the runner as often as the defensive players actions. Cant go low.....cant make any contact with the helmet....when the runner is running hard and low....what can the defensive player do except step aside?

Don’t know about 13, but in the Jets-Cowboys game there were penalties called on 6 consecutive plays

Yeahe, I sawe that to.  Crazey dayes.                           :)

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31 minutes ago, jerseyguy said:

I thought I counted 13 then figured nope couldn’t be.  Must have been my Catholic school math skills.

Dointe evere disscountte thet, thoise nunnes coude scarre the crappe outta annyoune,   That feare made you smartere, survivalle at ist beste.                  :)

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36 minutes ago, Snaggletooth said:

Dointe evere disscountte thet, thoise nunnes coude scarre the crappe outta annyoune,   That feare made you smartere, survivalle at ist beste.                  :)

Education through intimidation

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5 minutes ago, MakePHRFGreatAgain said:
1 hour ago, jerseyguy said:

I thought I counted 13 then figured nope couldn’t be.  Must have been my Catholic school math skills.

If you just looked  at kicking plays, I think about 80 percent of them have penalties  called  

Thack you fiorre you thouhtes.                                         :)

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56 minutes ago, Snaggletooth said:

Yup.  Senssise hittened,                                                      :)

Hittened and bloody

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On 10/15/2019 at 2:12 PM, warbird said:

Hand to the face call looked bad..... later pics show the Lion was guilty. Why wasn't that exonerating angle shown?

Really? I saw both plays from all angles and never saw prolonged hand to the face. He brushed his face mask once but it wasn’t pushing against it. The GB player leaned his head back to make it look like he was being pushed but Flowers hand was on his shoulder pad. 

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On 10/15/2019 at 2:12 PM, warbird said:

Hand to the face call looked bad..... later pics show the Lion was guilty. Why wasn't that exonerating angle shown?

You're blind.  You can brush the facemask.  That isn't hands to the face, nor a facemask.  I have a link to youtube but the forum keeps inserting a video which the NFL has disabled.  (Note, includes another bullshit incomplete pass call).  Also watch the insane holding going on by the Green Bay line.  It had been going on all night with no call.

// https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-J8jHKco9h8 //

It shouldn't have come down to these calls - that's the Lion's fault.  But the NFL is ridiculous with all the calls when there shouldn't be, and dozens of non-calls when the rules say they should be called.

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Do you wonder if some of this is our fault.  With super- slo-mo, cameras at every angle including the pylon at the end zone, endless replays, a team of guys in the booth and trucks, we, the fans, have views the refs don't have.  Over the past several years, we've been outraged when the refs don't call what's obvious to us who are relying on technology rather than the naked eye looking at a play in real time.  Likewise our chagrin when they make a call that's erroneous.  Now, the NFL has responded by calling everything-however minute- and stopping the game to review, converse, wait for New York's decision, and so on.  I wonder if it was better  (I'm being the old, back in my day, person now) when the refs added a fallible human element that gave us something to rant about at the water cooler (again, showing my age) on Monday morning.  At least the games didn't push toward four hours long.

A side note: my Aussie son in law and friends give me a hard time about NFL games lasting so long.  This from people who watch a cricket match, which is like baseball on sedatives, that lasts three days.  The same match.  The players are so bored they have afternoon tea breaks.  Imagine an interior lineman sitting in the locker room asking his teammates if he'd like them to pour.  One lump or two?  Milk?  Watercress or cucumber sandwich, anyone?

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46 minutes ago, Hawaiidart said:

Do you wonder if some of this is our fault.  With super- slo-mo, cameras at every angle including the pylon at the end zone, endless replays, a team of guys in the booth and trucks, we, the fans, have views the refs don't have.  Over the past several years, we've been outraged when the refs don't call what's obvious to us who are relying on technology rather than the naked eye looking at a play in real time.  Likewise our chagrin when they make a call that's erroneous.  Now, the NFL has responded by calling everything-however minute- and stopping the game to review, converse, wait for New York's decision, and so on.  I wonder if it was better  (I'm being the old, back in my day, person now) when the refs added a fallible human element that gave us something to rant about at the water cooler (again, showing my age) on Monday morning.  At least the games didn't push toward four hours long.

A side note: my Aussie son in law and friends give me a hard time about NFL games lasting so long.  This from people who watch a cricket match, which is like baseball on sedatives, that lasts three days.  The same match.  The players are so bored they have afternoon tea breaks.  Imagine an interior lineman sitting in the locker room asking his teammates if he'd like them to pour.  One lump or two?  Milk?  Watercress or cucumber sandwich, anyone?

No.  It's a result of the rulemakers.

I'm part of a very competitive design competition that changes each year.  As such, the rules change each year as well.  And since it's a design competition, the designers look for every way to push every rule to it's absolute limit.  This has taught both the rulemakers and the rule-followers the importance of having simple, ironclad rules that don't rely on subjective evidence.

The NFL continues to make more and more complicated rules, when they should be stepping back and removing rules.  Seriously.  Get rid of the holding penalty.  It happens on every down.  If that means defenses have trouble rushing the QB, then add another player to the defensive side of the ball and be done with it.

Make pass interference simple.  If you TOUCH the defensive player, it's pass interference.  Then downgrade the penalty to 5 yards and a first down.

Completing a catch.  Get rid of replay.  The ref makes the call.  None of this 'three steps' crap.  Or a 'football move'.  You will NEVER be able to sufficiently define what a catch is exactly, and every time you add another "gotcha", it just makes people that more unhappy.  One foot inbounds?  It's a catch.  One foot down?  it's a catch.  Jumped and made the catch before touching down out of bounds?  It's a catch.  Looks like he made a catch and then fumbled?  it's a fumble.

Forward fumble?  Fine.  Advance the ball.  If the offense has big enough balls to intentionally attempt to fumble the ball forwards and manages to recover it themselves, awesome.

I could keep going all day.  The more rules you make the worse the game will be.  We can argue about how to phrase the few rules that should remain, but so many should just be thrown out.

Kicks - if the receiver doesn't touch it, it's down where it hit the ground.  If it goes out of bounds before hitting the ground, it goes to the 25.  Why is there a penalty for kicking a ball out of bounds, but not one for kicking it out the back of the end zone?  It makes no sense at all.

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I totally agree.  But the changing rules are meant to more clearly define actions that we're able to see that the refs, without technology, cannot always perceive.  I believe a lot of this has to do with our complaints about accuracy given that the TV and Jumbotron viewer is able to discern actions from multiple angles at speeds different from real time.  Then the fans ask why the refs don't use the same technology we're using.  Now, they are-although they sometimes still get it wrong- because they're confused by the labyrinthian rule structure designed to provide the clarity we've demanded. Fans were rightly outraged by the non-call in last year's Saints playoff game.  The NFL responded with more layers of definition and adjustments to the rule, as well as new rules (e.g. a  PI non-call is reviewable by challenge). These changes came about because of consumer demand. We got what we asked for.  And a lot of it sucks.  But I still watch as much as possible.

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2 hours ago, Grrr... said:

No.  It's a result of the rulemakers.

I'm part of a very competitive design competition that changes each year.  As such, the rules change each year as well.  And since it's a design competition, the designers look for every way to push every rule to it's absolute limit.  This has taught both the rulemakers and the rule-followers the importance of having simple, ironclad rules that don't rely on subjective evidence.

The NFL continues to make more and more complicated rules, when they should be stepping back and removing rules.  Seriously.  Get rid of the holding penalty.  It happens on every down.  If that means defenses have trouble rushing the QB, then add another player to the defensive side of the ball and be done with it.

Make pass interference simple.  If you TOUCH the defensive player, it's pass interference.  Then downgrade the penalty to 5 yards and a first down.

Completing a catch.  Get rid of replay.  The ref makes the call.  None of this 'three steps' crap.  Or a 'football move'.  You will NEVER be able to sufficiently define what a catch is exactly, and every time you add another "gotcha", it just makes people that more unhappy.  One foot inbounds?  It's a catch.  One foot down?  it's a catch.  Jumped and made the catch before touching down out of bounds?  It's a catch.  Looks like he made a catch and then fumbled?  it's a fumble.

Forward fumble?  Fine.  Advance the ball.  If the offense has big enough balls to intentionally attempt to fumble the ball forwards and manages to recover it themselves, awesome.

I could keep going all day.  The more rules you make the worse the game will be.  We can argue about how to phrase the few rules that should remain, but so many should just be thrown out.

Kicks - if the receiver doesn't touch it, it's down where it hit the ground.  If it goes out of bounds before hitting the ground, it goes to the 25.  Why is there a penalty for kicking a ball out of bounds, but not one for kicking it out the back of the end zone?  It makes no sense at all.

14' by 6' by 25'

Race starts at 1.

 

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2 hours ago, Hawaiidart said:

I totally agree.  But the changing rules are meant to more clearly define actions that we're able to see that the refs, without technology, cannot always perceive.  I believe a lot of this has to do with our complaints about accuracy given that the TV and Jumbotron viewer is able to discern actions from multiple angles at speeds different from real time.  Then the fans ask why the refs don't use the same technology we're using.  Now, they are-although they sometimes still get it wrong- because they're confused by the labyrinthian rule structure designed to provide the clarity we've demanded. Fans were rightly outraged by the non-call in last year's Saints playoff game.  The NFL responded with more layers of definition and adjustments to the rule, as well as new rules (e.g. a  PI non-call is reviewable by challenge). These changes came about because of consumer demand. We got what we asked for.  And a lot of it sucks.  But I still watch as much as possible.

I know what you mean, but it's in the rulemaker's own best interest to not give the fans what they want, but what they need.  What they need is a simple game called by humans and the human call is it.  Period.

Baseball is going to start trying to use automated balls and strikes.  Have you seen some of the results of that in tennis?  It got nasty at one event where the Eagle Eye was miscalibrated.

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53 minutes ago, Grrr... said:

I know what you mean, but it's in the rulemaker's own best interest to not give the fans what they want, but what they need.  What they need is a simple game called by humans and the human call is it.  Period.

Baseball is going to start trying to use automated balls and strikes.  Have you seen some of the results of that in tennis?  It got nasty at one event where the Eagle Eye was miscalibrated.

I agree, I'd like to see it go back to a purely human called game. That was sorta part of the game. Now its analysis paralysis and obsessing over millimeters and nano seconds. I don't think it's added to the game. I suppose when that much money is in play..........its no longer a game...............

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I am concerned that's where the NFL is going.  I guess my only point is that taking the human element out of the game also takes some of the entertainment away as well.  it's hard to boo a computer because the computer doesn't care.  Except HAL.  HAL cares.  

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1 minute ago, Hawaiidart said:

I am concerned that's where the NFL is going.  I guess my only point is that taking the human element out of the game also takes some of the entertainment away as well.  it's hard to boo a computer because the computer doesn't care.  Except HAL.  HAL cares.  

"I know I've made some very poor decisions recently, but I can give you my complete assurance that my work will be back to normal. I've still got the greatest enthusiasm and confidence in the mission. And I want to help you."

Thanks HAL........:lol:

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Jets 24 Patriots 17

 

BTW the Pats are a 9 1/2 pt favorite  ...I have some of the money iw as going to spend on the World Series this week on The Jets to cover. (I need a new #3 jib ;-) ) 

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10 minutes ago, dacapo said:

Jets 24 Patriots 17

 

BTW the Pats are a 9 1/2 pt favorite  ...I have some of the money iw as going to spend on the World Series this week on The Jets to cover. (I need a new #3 jib ;-) ) 

I licke you thickeng butte Jisselle cane weare Tom's jeresey and playe QB, thet Pattes woud stille win.                                :)

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Just now, Snaggletooth said:

Jisselle cane weare Tom's jeresey and playe QB, thet Pattes woud stille win.                                :)

not tonight Snaggs........

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Getting harder and harder to be a fan of Chicago sports teams.  Bears are 3-3 and look bad while doing it.  Cubs underperformed by virtually any measure. The White Sox are in the 2nd decade of rebuilding.  Bulls are destined for another mediocre season and the Blackhawks are anything but impressive.

Winter  is coming, boats are out of the water, it is dark by 6pm.  Time to drink and/or hibernate

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17 minutes ago, ROADKILL666 said:

Can someone please tell me why my dolphins can’t buy a fucking win? I am going nucking futz 

they're buying the #1 draft pick

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12 minutes ago, B.J. Porter said:

Not that they'd know what to do with it if they got it.

Dointe be so harde on the Bengirlles...... they culltiurre ist dicttatted frome aboive.... so fannes allnayes halve someoune to blamme...........                       :)

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16 minutes ago, B.J. Porter said:

I think my boys have their hearts set on it too.

Not that they'd know what to do with it if they got it.

After wasting my afternoon watching the Bears yesterday I hope they tank the rest of the season to get a chance at a quality QB in the first round. Trubisky is not learning the position even though the local media drinks the team's Kool-Aid about him. If he was that good he would be winning more. 

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2 minutes ago, Rum Runner said:

After wasting my afternoon watching the Bears yesterday I hope they tank the rest of the season to get a chance at a quality QB in the first round. Trubisky is not learning the position even though the local media drinks the team's Kool-Aid about him. If he was that good he would be winning more. 

Is he in the 3rd year of his rookie 4 year contract? Good thing we passed on Mahomes........

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3 minutes ago, Rum Runner said:

After wasting my afternoon watching the Bears yesterday I hope they tank the rest of the season to get a chance at a quality QB in the first round. Trubisky is not learning the position even though the local media drinks the team's Kool-Aid about him. If he was that good he would be winning more. 

I saddley adgree..............                               :)

 

(I dointe dricke the koolle-aide......appollogise notte offered)

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46 minutes ago, B.J. Porter said:

I think my boys have their hearts set on it too.

Not that they'd know what to do with it if they got it.

they'd trade down ;-)

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1 hour ago, Point Break said:

thought they won ??

Oh YES THEY DID !!!!!!!!

 

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10 hours ago, dacapo said:

not tonight Snaggs........

JETS: the powere of dacapo compelles you!                                          :)

I am thickeng Tom & Conpaney our notte lisseneng,,,,,,

 

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5 hours ago, Snaggletooth said:
6 hours ago, B.J. Porter said:

Not that they'd know what to do with it if they got it.

Dointe be so harde on the Bengirlles...... they culltiurre ist dicttatted frome aboive.... so fannes allnayes halve someoune to blamme...........           

Marge Schott may have been a nazi-armband wearing racist, a fascist, a skinflint, coarse, rude, and an all around asshole who let her giant dogs shit on the field before games and didn't give crap about her players when they got hurt...but she owned to win.

So I'd say that Mike Brown still edges her out as the worst owner in professional sports ever, since he mostly seems interested in pretending to run a team in a convincing enough fashion so they don't take his revenue sharing checks away (a cool quarter billion/team last year...). Doesn't have a clue how to build a winning team or hire talent, and doesn't seem to give a damn how they do.

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5 hours ago, dacapo said:
6 hours ago, B.J. Porter said:

I think my boys have their hearts set on it too.

Not that they'd know what to do with it if they got it.

they'd trade down ;-)

We'd blow our wad on the next Tim Tebow, or another Akili Smith. Or David Klingler.  Or Ki-Jana Carter. Or...you get where this is going.

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The hawks choked badly against the Ravens and ETIII. Pathetic performance. Not taking away anything from Lamar. That guys got serious wheels.

The following are posted because they are funny, not to dog any particular team.

 

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1 hour ago, White Lightnin' said:

The hawks choked badly against the Ravens and ETIII. Pathetic performance. Not taking away anything from Lamar. That guys got serious wheels.

The following are posted because they are funny, not to dog any particular team.

 

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On0/Dogballs/2019 at 10:05 PM, White Lightnin' said:

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O'Bradovich and Hampton practically had a coronary after yesterday's game.  In a fit of rage, OB said Tribs is not nor ever will be a starting QB and Nagy should be fired.  Hampton was right there with OB.  I thought they were both going to burst a vein. 

Bears finish the season 4-12.   

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4 hours ago, Snaggletooth said:

Whose beatteng the Beares todaye?  (Sorrey PB )

Trubisky and the rest of the offense.  Not even 20 minutes on the field. 164 yds total offense.  The defense needs to start training for playing the entire game.

I hope Hampton and Eddy O don't have a grabber.

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