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The intrinsic, oftentimes subliminal, power of ADT.
As soon as I saw the scroll across the bottom of my TV screen during one of the bowl games yesterday, informing me of the end of Jim Bob Cooter's Lions reign, the FIRST thing I thought of was Harri's Annual Jim Bob Cooter Report. Not, what will Jim Bob do next? Not, how will his family survive? Not, how will the Lions go forward? None of that. My first, and really only, concern, was how will WE all adapt without Harri's Jim Bob status announcement heralding the start of a new ADT NFL season. Jim Bob's gotta land somewhere else. The NFL is not the NFL without Jim Bob in it. He COMPLETES them. And Harri's gotta stay on the case.
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The 2019 NFL season doesn't begin officially until March 1.
 
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Tradition must be followed, the NFL's "official" dates be damned!

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CORNELL\SMILER -
As far as I'm concerned, TIME ITSELF is referenced to the Jim Bob Cooter Status Report. That is the demarcation point for life as we know it.
However....,
I do agree with Cornell that discussion of this season's events and playoffs should continue on the 2018 NFL thread.
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We are, of course, going to continue the remaining on-field action in the 2018 thread.
 
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So, who will be playing the Patriots in Super Bowl LIV in Miami next February? Seriously, who is there in the AFC to stop the Patriots from getting back to the big game for the fourth consecutive year?


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The new league year starts March 13 at 4pm EST.

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I think Kansas City, possibly Indianapolis but those are the only two. Steelers are a mess Chargers nope Texans no way Browns might make playoffs but not a legit threat Ravens not with Lamar Jackson. KC had homefield and didn't get it done so even if they have it again if they play NE they always seem to find a way. It's gross. I saw a picture of a guy with a sign at the Pats parade that said "I'm 17 years old and have seen 12 parades."
 
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I understand the Chiefs being the favorites at this very moment, but I find it hard to believe that Patrick Mahomes is going to be that good again next year. I mean, he'll certainly be good, but that was a historically great season he just had, I don't see him matching it in 2019. Maybe K.C. will make up for it by improving the defense and their running game, they still have to make up for the loss of Kareem Hunt. I actually wonder if the AFC Championship Game would've gone differently if the Chiefs had Kareem Hunt.

As for NFC Super Bowl contenders, I would not pick the Rams. Sure, they'll make the playoffs, but they won't be back in the Super Bowl. You can expect all three teams in their division to be better and they could really be in trouble if Todd Gurley just isn't the same game-breaking player anymore. I'd also count out the Green Bay Packers, I honestly don't expect to see Aaron Rodgers playing in a Super Bowl ever again. Same goes for Drew Brees, I really feel like he and the Saints squandered their perfect opportunity this past season. And, as of right now, I gotta admit I'm not feeling great about the Eagles' 2019 outlook. I'm confident in Wentz, but I worry about the age (and price) of a lot of the other key players, particularly on the offensive and defensive lines.


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^ I agree with you about Mahomes. He will probably have 30+ TD passes but he was just superhuman last season.

I'm with you on the NFC teams. I don't have the Rams back in the Super Bowl and I too have discounted the Packers and Saints. The Saints won't even make the playoffs and Aaron Rodgers is one of the most overrated players in NFL history.

I disagree with you on the Eagles. I think they have another Super Bowl run. They are my faves in the NFC now and Chiefs my AFC faves. The Eagles defense will be better. Need a pass rusher and probably gotta cut Jason Peters to save money. Howie is always creative in trades and such. Another receiver too...someone who can stretch the field. We need Derek Barnett to have a great year and I need to see a lot out of Sidney Jones...he needs to put at least 20-25 pounds on and tackle people. I hope Wentz will not get hurt. He will have a full off season and is another year removed from the ACL injury. I hope he returns to 2017 Wentz. The worst case scenario is Foles lights it up wherever he goes and Wentz either gets hurt or plays poorly. I think Wentz will bounce back and hopefully he learned from watching Foles to get the ball out quick. Too many times last year Wentz held onto the ball way too long...kind of like Jared Goff the other night.


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...and The Cosmos re-aligns itself.

Although this Jim Bob Jets posting may prove less stable than his Lions tenure. So those of us who depend on Jim Bob to anchor our world while orienting us towards goodness and knowledge, may not want to discard the sextants and personal satellite packs just yet.

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Well the Jets suck to begin with...now they suck even more. It's amazing how all these guys get recycled. He didn't do anything in Detriot to make them better.

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I think the Rams have the strongest chance of the favorites in the NFC to be back. I dont think people realize the Rams can actually bring the guys back that started in the Superbowl if they so choose to for at least one more season. My belief is Whithworth and Sullivan arent retiring and they both will come back next season. The Rams will try to sign Fowler long-term if the price is right and he wants to be with the Rams. Suh I dont think will want to leave just because just like the rest of the Rams players he will feel like he was so close to winning a Superbowl and he wants another shot. As Wade Phillips said, this year the Rams knocked on the door. Next season they are going to kick that s*** in. The Rams intentions are to keep Anderson especially since they will be losing Brown to FA. Both Talib and Peters still have 1yr left on their contracts so both will be back. Saffold wants to return and it wouldnt shock me if he takes a team friendly deal to stay. The only changes I can honestly see being made is Joyner walking and the Rams cutting Barron. Outside of that, the team you saw made the Superbowl run I feel strongly will be back together for at least the 2019 season. Then after that I feel Whithworth and Sullivan will retire, Talib will either retire or be let go. Suh will be let go and the Rams will have to decide to either let go of Peters or sign him to a long-term deal.

Then you look at the additions the Rams will have. They will have a 1st round pick in a deep talented draft. I expect them to upgrade at inside linebacker when they move on from Barron. If I had my choice it would be somehow trade up to get Devin White of LSU or Devin Bush of Michigan. They will be getting back Kupp. Gurley will be healthy because from what Im starting to hear in terms of rumors, he was really hurt. So having him healthy and then with Anderson it will help keep really both guys healthy and fresh for another Superbowl run. Not to mention as of right now I LOVE the Rams schedule. We dont have many tough road games and alot of our tough games in general are at home in LA. Like the Bears and the Saints both have to travel to LA this upcoming season. I personally think if it comes down to seeding thats a big edge on the Rams to have home games against them instead of having to travel to Chicago and New Orleans like we had to do this past season. Plus I just think the Rams are going to be more hungry with a chip on its shoulder just because not only people are saying they didnt deserve to be in the Superbowl but they didnt have a great showing on offense in the Superbowl so people are questioning the offense. I expect the Rams to be one of the top 2 seeds again. I LOVE Philly with Wentz back and hopefully healthy and I think they will get one of the other top 2 seeds.

As for the AFC I totally can see the Chiefs being the favorites. I know the Patriots as long as the got Belichick and Brady they wont be counted out but I think Mahomes learned alot in his first full season and I expect to see him show it more in the 2019. So if I had to make a very early prediction, I think we will see Patriots v Chiefs AFCCG and Eagles v Rams NFCCG.

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He's not the OC. He took a lesser job to stay in the league. In the coaching profession, it's all about contacts. Name another profession where you are so often fired.

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I thought last season after the Eagles won they would get back...then I thought about it and I predicted a 7-9 no playoff season. Luckily I wasn't right but it almost went that way until things turned around. It's hard to get back to the Super Bowl let alone win it. The Eagles didn't have the same lucky bounces in 2018 that they had in 2017. In 17 we won close games in 18 we lost a lot of them early. I think the Rams will win the division but be the 3 or 4 seed and lose in the Divisional round. I think being hungry is overrated. That's just me. It comes down to execution and not turning the ball over in tight games. It's still way early to predict cuz there is free agency and the draft plus teams will have injuries during the season and there will be teams that on paper now look like an easy game and they could be better than last year. In 16 Atlanta was the one seed 17 6 seed and Eagles in 17 1 seed last season 6 seed. It would not surprise me if the Rams were the 6 seed although I think they are better than Seattle but the Seahawks played them tough last season and maybe Seattle pulls out those games in 2019. The NFL out of all the sports is crazy paraody from year to year...except for the damn Patriots lol

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^ I thought the Eagles would start off slowly because I figured Wentz wouldnt be back to start the regular season and I also figured Jeffery wouldnt be back to start the regular season. I thought they would get those guys back and eventually got hot later in the season and get into the playoffs. They did except it wasnt Wentz to do it. It was Foles to do it. So the Eagles had questions entering the season in terms of health. The Falcons after they made the Superbowl the things I looked for them is how are they going to recover after blowing that big lead and plus losing Shanny was a big loss because Ryan was his best under Shanny. So in both cases there were intriguing concerns for both teams heading into the next season.

Now the Rams have a big offseason because if they do start losing some of those guys to retirement and FA then things will be interesting. I was just pointing out the Rams have the ability for 2019 to bring back those guys you saw starting in the Superbowl if they wanted too and those guys have the incentives to stay because they know how close they were in to winning the Superbowl and for one more year they want to see if they can get the job done that they started. Plus you get a healthy Gurley, you get Kupp back, and the Rams have a 1st round pick in what is a deep talented draft especially on the defensive side the ball to attack safety if they lose Joyner or linebacker if they cut Barron. I think the Rams are in great position to be back in the NFCCG.

I wouldve felt totally different had the won the Superbowl because then I couldve seen Whithworth and Sullivan easily retiring. I couldve seen Suh walk away to go get more money knowing he has a ring. That didnt happen so again I can see this roster for the most part coming back with getting key guys healthy and a 1st round pick to play with. The Rams by no means will take a step back barring injuries like we saw from the Eagles and Falcons unfortunately this past season. I do agree the NFC is going to be tough but the Rams are still going to be a top notch level team in the NFL. But again its going to be interesting how the offseason unfolds for the Rams because they have alot of moves they have to make.


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^ Kupp is Goff's security blanket. After he got hurt Goff struggled with just 7 TD and 8 picks.

Hopefully Wentz will stay healthy and play well. I think he will be much better than last season.

When the schedule comes out in April we can play win/loss...and be wrong but its still fun lol Last season I thought our no doubt win was at Tampa Bay...whoops lol I knew the no doubt loss was at Saints and I also thought at Rams lol

 
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I feel like the Rams' offensive success is more dependent on the performance of Todd Gurley than most people think. If he doesn't go back to being "best running back in the league" Todd Gurley, the Rams are in trouble. To expect a full season of quality production out of C.J. Anderson is wishful thinking. As good as Jared Goff can be, his success in the passing game is predicated upon a good running attack. Part of the reason why Goff looked so damn bad in the Super Bowl was because the Patriots' defense was not biting on that play-action stuff McVay and Goff kept trying; it didn't take New England long in the game to realize that Los Angeles was not confident in their running game. If I was a Rams fan, I would hope that Gurley was injured in the Conference Championship Game and Super Bowl; if he was really benched because of a coaching decision, that does not bode well for Gurley and the organization.
 
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While the schedule release is still like two months away, we do know all of the Eagles' opponents in 2019 and who they'll be playing at home and on the road.

Eagles home games: Cowboys, Redskins, Giants, Bears, Lions, Seahawks, Patriots, Jets

Eagles road games: Cowboys, Redskins, Giants, Vikings, Packers, Falcons, Dolphins, Bills


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^^ I totally agree with you about Gurley. Sean McVay has maintained that he was not hurt which is a bad look for Gurley. He wouldn't get my vote for being a tough guy. Idk if something happened between Gurley and McVay behind closed doors. But why keep him on the bench and punish the rest of the team? Guys have played with worse than a bum knee and so far he has not had any surgery. It will be interesting to see what happens moving forward.

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Kylar Murray announced he will chose football over baseball. I bet the A's must be pissed cuz they spent a first round pick on him and will literally get nothing. It will be interesting to see where he gets drafted. He is a small dude but Tim Tebow went in the first round so I imagine Murray will too.

Reportedly the 2019 opener will be Packers at Bears. If that is the case it will be the first time since 2006 the defending Super Bowl Champion will not open on Thursday night. It is the start of the 100th NFL season so its a great choice to feature the NFL's oldest rivalry. I actually told me friend a few weeks ago that Bears/Packers should open the season because od that reason.


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Breaking News: The Cleveland Browns sign Kareem Hunt. Hunt is on the commissioner's exempt list.

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Baltimore has agreed in principle to trade Joe Flacco to Denver for a 4th round pick. The trade will not become official until the new league year starts March 13. Denver will try to trade Case Keenam. Keenam has a year left on his deal and I highly doubt anyone will trade for him. I think Denver will just cut him. John Elway going for another short term QB. Flacco is 34 and has not played well since winning the Super Bowl in 2012. He is better than Keenam and this QB class is weak and he most loke Flacco better than Nick Foles. Denver has a good defense and run game so maybe Flacco can manage the game. As for Foles it will be interesting to see where he goes and I think he will not have success where ever he lands cuz his track record shows that. He fit in perfect in the system in Philly. He is most likely going to end up on a bad team (Washington, Jacksonville) so I don't see him having succes there. One place he might have success is the Giants cuz he is familiar with Pat Shurmer and would have weapons but they seem like they are sticking with Eli...which is a mistake but I love it as an Eagles fan.
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Gee, another reminder of how not-so-great John Elway has been at this whole running a team thing. Yet another starting QB to go along with another new head coach. Just goes to show you how lucky Elway and the Broncos were when they were able to get Peyton Manning and make those two Super Bowl runs.

As for Kareem Hunt, his getting another chance is no surprise, he's too damn talented. Plus, it's not like he cold-cocked that woman like what Ray Rice did.


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In the most unexpected news of the day, Jason Witten has come out of retirement and will join the Cowboys for his 16th season. Idk how much he has left in the tank at this point. Idt he will a huge impact. I'm glad he won't be in the MNF booth anymore. Hopefully they get rid of Booger now.
 
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1. Received the expected news yesterday Eli Manning will be returning to Giants. I'd prefer they part ways with him. However, have no interest in the team signing expensive vet to replace him. Cutting Eli & signing say Foles would be more expensive than just keeping Eli. Doubt it would have any significant effect on the teams record next year. I'd rather see them just bring in a vet on the cheap & continue search for the next QB. It doesn't have to be this year, either. The important thing is getting the next franchise guy right. Giants finally had a good draft last year. Let's see them string a couple more together.
2. As for Case Keenum, think Broncos will take a 10 mil dead cap hit if they cut him. Just an example of the mess you create when you start playing QB roulette.
3. See that the dreaded Giants nemesis, Jason Witten, is returning to the Cowboys. He was big & slow in 2017. Expect him to be big & slow in 2019.
4. Don't plan on paying much attention to the Combine. Will return for free agency in a couple weeks.
5. Kyler Murray measured over 5' 10'. Maybe they have been stretching him on one of those medieval torture racks.

 
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Well, I think I speak for most Eagles fans when I say that I truly wish him all the best. It's not like the Eagles will play the Jaguars anytime soon; since the two played each other last season in London, that means they won't meet again until 2022 in Philly.

Farewell, Big Dick Nick!


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^ I certainly wish Nick the best...with that being said The Jags are a terrible fit Its gonna be like STL all over again. The Jags have no receivers and Fornette is a walking injury. Right now the Jags are a 5 win team, with Foles a 6 win team at best. He would be best off staying the back up to Wentz but then it creates an uncomfortable dynamic cuz Wentz has to assert himself as the guy moving forward.
 
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My guess is Foles' priorities are to start & get paid accordingly. Wearing a baseball cap & waiting for Wentz to get a boo-boo can't be very appealing future to a guy who has reached his 30th birthday.

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^ Well he has not succeeded outside of Philly and he won't win with the Jags. It's not always about the money and it isn't for Foles. At least he will start but he would be better off waiting for Wentz to get a "boo boo." I'm glad the Giants are stupid enough to keep Eli another year...5 or 6 wins tops.
 
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Checked, Foles does want to start. The guy in front of him is about 5 years younger & the team went to great lengths to draft him 2nd overall. I can understand Eagle fans/organization wanting him to remain in Philly. He is the most accomplished backup in the league. Foles is aware there are not 32 QBs better than him in the league. Do I think he would tear it up in Jacksonville? No, think he's an average starting QB. But, at this point in his career, it's time to spread his wings & fly from the nest. As for money, he and his agent will be looking for big time starter money. It's called professional football for a reason.
As for the Giants, it took roughly a decade of bad decisions to get in their current state. The Eli debate is a diversion from the overall problem. I'd move on from Eli because you could save 17 million against the cap. Don't see any available QB who could come in and suddenly turn that team into world beaters. As GM Gettleman said, his dream is to find the next Eli. In the end, what will be most remembered is the 2 SB wins & MVPs. Think of Terry Bradshaw, now he's the guy who won four SBs, not the guy teammates compared to Elmer Fudd.

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^ Oh I know Foles wants to start. Idt he is greedy when it comes to money like say Antonio Brown. That's the sense I get from him from listening to his press conferences the last two years. He is a grounded guy and us Eagles fans are forever grateful to him. If Foles was younger if would be a harder decision plus like you mentioned Wentz went number two overall and Foles in the 3rd round. I hope he does well but its gonna be an uphill battle for him down there. That is a great comparison about Terry Bradshaw. Idt Eli is a Hall of Famer at all but he has two rings so he deserves credit. If the Giants don't draft a QB in April O will be shocked. I think its a terrible QB draft class. Some mock drafts have the Giants taking Dwayne Haskins from Ohio St. Idt he is any good and Daniel Jones or Drew Lock are back ups not starters. Who knows about Kyler Murray. He will be a boom or bust and many around the league have Arizona taking him number one overall and trading Josh Rosen. I read a report last night the Skins are interested in another retread QB...Ryan Tannahill. First Alex Smith and now possibly Tannahill? Thanks Daniel Snyder for your franchise being a joke.
 
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Sounds like Washington is going to take Case Keenum off Denver's hands. Way to go, Redskins.

Also, a team should be taking Antonio Brown off the Steelers' hands in the next couple days. Reports are that they want to find a trade partner for him before the official start of free agency next Wednesday.


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The Broncos traded Case Keenam to the Skins, deal will be official next Wednesday when the new league year starts. Another reject QB to the Skins. The Eagles better win the division cuz the Giants are gonna be awful...they may trade OBJ and the Skins are going nowhere fast...like usual. Idk how Jay Gruden still has a job. He has done nothing. The last time Keenam played at the Linc his team lost 38-7.

Reportedly the Bills are nearing a deal to acquire Antonio Brown. Good way for Pittsburgh to screw him...send him to a place where there is nothing to do, a team that hasn't won a playoff game in forever, and plays NE twice.

As I am typing this I just got an update on my phone and it seems like its almost a done deal...Brown to Buffalo.

 
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You did your NFC East analysis without mentioning the Cowboys. That's not easy to do. On paper, they would be the biggest impediment to the Eagles winning the division.
After the Bears game last year, OBJ decided to take the rest of the season off. He actually was injured on the last play of the Eagle game the week before. Was his injury real or not? That's the never ending soap opera he provides. I've been in the keep him camp, but totally understand those that want him gone.

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^ Cowboys don't concern me...they are an accident waiting to happen. Dak Prescott can't consistently get it done from the pocket and Amari Cooper over the course of a season is a number two receiver. Plus Jason Garrett is still their head coach...the most clueless coach in all of football.

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The Antonio Brown to Buffalo trade is dead. Bills GM said, "we have moved on." Reportedly Brown said he would not report to Buffalo. This guy is toxic, Buffalo dodged a bullet cuz where ever he ends up, he will destroy the locker room, be unhappy, and not play hard.

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Fuck. I was hoping Detroit would get rid of Matt Stafford with the Redskins being stupid enough to take his contract. But I am betting the Lions' GM won't buck Martha Ford and her love for Stafford.
 
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Nevermind that they've won the division in two of the past three years. Plus, excluding two meaningless Week 17 games in '16 and '17, the Dak Prescott-led Cowboys have won three of four meetings against the Carson Wentz-led Eagles. Sure, it might be fun to point and laugh at Dallas for their lack of postseason success over the past two decades, but they've been giving the Eagles fits for years now. And considering the makeup of both teams, it looks like that'll be the case for years to come. What worries me most is how young and talented the entire Cowboys roster is; if I'm not mistaken, every starter they had for last season's playoff games, on both offense and defense, was under the age of 30. On the other hand, the Eagles' roster, for the most part, seems to be getting older and more expensive every season. Barring some significant additions, primarily on defense, for the Eagles, the Cowboys will - and should - go into the 2019 season as the NFC East favorites.

As for the Giants and Redskins, it continues to amaze me how both franchises continue to refuse to draft and develop a young QB. It truly boggles my mind how neither team wants to find their future franchise quarterback. Looking at both teams, I feel like things are only going to get worse before they get better.


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^ Sure Dallas has won the division two of the last three years...but what has it gotten them? Nothing but a playoff win over Seattle...while the Birds won a Super Bowl. You are right they give us fits and they always beat us in Philly. I don't see their defense playing that well next season. Dak is a second tier QB and Idt he will get better...he has reached his ceiling. And I don't get the Giants and Skins either...great for us Eagles fans.
 
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Earlier this decade, the Redskins traded the farm to have an opportunity to draft Robert Griffin. Drafting the wrong guy after such a move is what can really set a franchise back.
The Giants have won 8 games total (3 & 5) the last 2 years.Saying things will get worse before they get better is a strong statement.

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Antonio Brown is a Raider.

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Posted - Mar 10 2019 : 1:56PM
You are right about RG3. Not only did the Skins miss on him but they traded multiple picks to get him so it set them back at least 5 years. I always say if you miss on a QB a franchise gets set back 5 years. As for the Giants I agree with Mass' statement. The Giants got rid of their vest defensive player traded Vernon (he was a bust anyways) are keeping Eli, they have no pass rush...they are a 4-5 win team at best and it won't surprise me if they trade OBJ. I was talking to my friend yesterday who is a Giants fan and he said he doesn't think the Giants will take a QB at six overall, he said a pass rusher. I was a little surprised but I told him this QB class is awful.

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2/16
Posted - Mar 10 2019 : 2:04PM
So Antonio Brown goes to the land of misfits...very fitting. And only for a 3rd and a 5th...the Steelers were sure desperate to get rid of him. I thought Pittsburgh would want a 2nd. Then the Raiders give him an extension...dumb move for a guy that doesn't even seem like he wants to play football but now he has $30 million guaranteed to half ass it. The Radiers are a dumpster fire and him and Gruden are gonna have blow ups on the sideline for sure. Brown has become an alter ego like TO. When TO went to the Eagles he was good for a year before he went rogue...but the Eagles had a great team. The Raiders don't...I don't see Brown putting up numbers like in Pittsburgh. Without him they are a 4-5 win team. With Brown probably still 5 wins and its only a matter of time before he is unhappy there.
 
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Posted - Mar 10 2019 : 3:05PM
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Why sign Brown when you are in a rebuild? Raiders want some shiny toys for the move to Vegas. With all the picks, they should be able (salary cap wise) to throw big money at a few veterans. Brown has nothing left to prove as a player. His career stats are incredible. The guys a HOFer. He was out for a big contract & he got it. Don't think this will be like the Randy Moss era in Raiderland. Expect Raiders will get a honest effort from Brown. On the field, the guy never struck me as being a dog.
I don't expect the Giants to be a good team. However, if they win 6 games, that's an improvement. That's why the "worse before they got better" phrase caught my eye. They are bottom feeders now.
 
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Posted - Mar 10 2019 : 4:49PM
Well of course. OF COURSE.

This is just going to be all kinds of golly-gee-willikers funzo time!

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Posted - Mar 10 2019 : 11:39PM
I think it will be Randy Moss and TO all over again. He got his money and that's all he wanted. He is toxic and I think he will dog it. Idt he is a HOFer. Dude doesn't have a ring and doesn't light it up in the post season. He better hope Carr gets him the ball. Defenses can key on him cuz he has no names around him unlike in Pittsburgh. We will see who else the Raiders add but I expect this to be a big failure.
 
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Posted - Mar 11 2019 : 1:11AM
Not to say they'd kick ass and overthrow the Chiefs for the AFC West crown, but if the Raiders can also get Le'Veon Bell, they'd be VERY interesting.

By the way, where the hell are the Raiders going to be playing their home games in 2019? Didn't Oakland kick 'em out of the Coliseum?

Okay, so maybe as far as season win totals, the Giants won't get any worse. But considering the QB situation and the fact that they are essentially rebuilding their entire defensive unit, there's not exactly "light at the end of the tunnel" for the G-Men yet. As bad as they've been, they do have Odell Beckham Jr. and Saquon Barkley. If they were to trade OBJ and/or Saquon regresses (or sustains a significant injury), things would certainly get worse.
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