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Voor
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Re: NFL Football

Postby Voor » September 10th, 2019, 3:28 pm

Wild game in New Orleans last night!

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Re: NFL Football

Postby Robotrek » November 10th, 2019, 6:37 pm

Baltimore is finally putting up a good fight again. If they can pick up a win against the Texans, and then the Rams, they've got a good chance at the #1 seed in the AFC!

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Retrology
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Re: NFL Football

Postby Retrology » November 10th, 2019, 11:46 pm

I'm a huge Lamar Jackson fan. Dude was criticized to no end by draft analysts and much of the media last year but he's been a freaking stud this season. He's a game changer as a runner and a pretty good passer too.

Best part is he's made the Ravens offense enjoyable to watch. Imagine thinking that with a franchise whose identity was always defense in the past.

Luigi & Peach
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Re: NFL Football

Postby Luigi & Peach » November 11th, 2019, 6:56 am

Retrology wrote:I'm a huge Lamar Jackson fan. Dude was criticized to no end by draft analysts and much of the media last year but he's been a freaking stud this season. He's a game changer as a runner and a pretty good passer too.

Best part is he's made the Ravens offense enjoyable to watch. Imagine thinking that with a franchise whose identity was always defense in the past.


Sorry, Retrology, I'm going to need you to change your icon. No self-respecting fan of any Cleveland sports team should even allude to rooting for the Baltimore "original Browns". :)

Even if the new Browns are once again another source of disappointment.

I'm very thankful I didn't buy into the Super Bowl Hype. I was just hoping for the first winning season in over a decade.

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Retrology
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Re: NFL Football

Postby Retrology » November 11th, 2019, 9:30 pm

Luigi & Peach wrote:
Retrology wrote:I'm a huge Lamar Jackson fan. Dude was criticized to no end by draft analysts and much of the media last year but he's been a freaking stud this season. He's a game changer as a runner and a pretty good passer too.

Best part is he's made the Ravens offense enjoyable to watch. Imagine thinking that with a franchise whose identity was always defense in the past.


Sorry, Retrology, I'm going to need you to change your icon. No self-respecting fan of any Cleveland sports team should even allude to rooting for the Baltimore "original Browns". :)

Even if the new Browns are once again another source of disappointment.

I'm very thankful I didn't buy into the Super Bowl Hype. I was just hoping for the first winning season in over a decade.


I'm dead inside, let me find happiness in other players.

Luigi & Peach
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Re: NFL Football

Postby Luigi & Peach » November 11th, 2019, 10:43 pm

Retrology wrote:
Luigi & Peach wrote:
Retrology wrote:I'm a huge Lamar Jackson fan. Dude was criticized to no end by draft analysts and much of the media last year but he's been a freaking stud this season. He's a game changer as a runner and a pretty good passer too.

Best part is he's made the Ravens offense enjoyable to watch. Imagine thinking that with a franchise whose identity was always defense in the past.


Sorry, Retrology, I'm going to need you to change your icon. No self-respecting fan of any Cleveland sports team should even allude to rooting for the Baltimore "original Browns". :)

Even if the new Browns are once again another source of disappointment.

I'm very thankful I didn't buy into the Super Bowl Hype. I was just hoping for the first winning season in over a decade.


I'm dead inside, let me find happiness in other players.


:lol:

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Re: NFL Football

Postby Voor » November 12th, 2019, 6:41 am

I listened to the Browns game while driving the other day, and I’m pretty sure I heard them blow 6 or 7 chances to get a touchdown from the 1 yard line.

I’m generally against firing coaches after one year, but....


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