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  1. 2015 NFL Season-Now with Playoff Talk

    Fairly sure that Nantz said something earlier in the broadcast, specifically, that Kubiak was (or would be, as it were) the first head coach to win a Super Bowl with the same team that he played in a Super Bowl with. 
  2. Ceci n'est pas une politics thread.

    Apparently I'm not nearly as liberal as I suspected I was. Compared to many of you guys, at least.    
  3. Ceci n'est pas une politics thread.

      Careful with saying stuff like this. Last time someone offered me political caused a couple of problems afterwards.
  4. Ceci n'est pas une politics thread.

        I had that exact same thought. Not that I particularly agree with many of his beliefs, but Jeb seems like one of the better representatives in the GOP race, and despite the fact that (I suspect) he's been doing everything he can to sever his ties from his catastrophic brother, he's never going to be able to actually separate himself from having that Bush surname. Of course, I wonder if any of that sort-of-sympathy is actually linked to the knowledge that I know he's not going to be the next President, and so I don't have to fear another Bush presidency instead.   
  5. Ahmad Bradshaw is the only guess I have any confidence in, but 1) his celebration is always a jumping, twirling spike and 2) I don't think NYG and Indy's Super Bowl appearances add up. Don't see how it could be either  
  6.   Legitimately had to check the byline again to make sure this wasn't something out of a Keith Olbermann monologue.
  7. Tank's Super Bowl L Trivia Contest

    hell, theoretically you can answer one question as the first respondee, then edit in the rest of the answers after someone else has already posted them, and you'll still get credit for the first answer.   I don't think that's a Tank flaw, necessarily; he isn't going to scan the thread to see who answers first and what-not. It's really more of an honour system thing. Some people, clearly, have no sense of honour.
  8. 2015 NFL Season-Now with Playoff Talk

    It's also just a ridiculous assumption to say if New England kicks a FG down 20-12 that they would have gone on to win the game. Game decision A affects Game decision B which effects Game decision C, so on, and so forth. The game may well have turned out much different at 20-15 with 5:00 to play. Come on; I thought we all were well aware of the fallacy of the pre-determined outcome by now.
  9. 2015 NFL Weekly Picks Contest

      I'll fix up something when I get the time. 
  10. Flint Water Crisis

    I prefer calling this Watergate-gate.
  11. Tank's Super Bowl L Trivia Contest

    I - Colts, SB V? Sounds right   III - Bart Starr   IV - Fridge   V - San Diego, Pasadena, Palo Alto, and soon Santa Clara  
  12. 2015 NFL Season-Now with Playoff Talk

    Chris Harris is a really good corner who can play outside or slot; he just has a really awful shoulder injury that did him no favors yesterday. You mention T.J. Ward and the three red zone drives for New England, but those drives came after Ward (and Stewart) had exited the game from injury. Their secondary didn't look impressive in the 4th quarter because they were down their starting safeties and had half a Chris Harris to work with.    Now, I haven't checked on the status reports for Ward or Stewart, and Harris isn't gonna be feeling any better in two weeks either, so it's entirely possible that the issues posed by these injuries will be pertinent against Carolina, but I really don't think you're giving enough credit to what Denver has to work with defensively. Front-to-back, that's the NFL's best defensive unit IMO.
  13. 2015 NFL Season-Now with Playoff Talk

      I'll fix something up for you after the Super Bowl for being this year's champion of the board. Based on your sig and my avi/sig, I hope it will be well received.
  14. 2015 NFL Season-Now with Playoff Talk

    If parallel storylines could actually affect NFL games, then the Super Bowl XXXII development would be the perfect thing to repeat itself for Super Bowl L, I feel. We've already seen Manning make one shocking scramble play, after all.   I don't even dislike the Panthers a whole lot despite being a division rival, but I'm Team Peyton all the way here. Let him go out a winner. A dignified ending.
  15. 2015 NFL Season-Now with Playoff Talk

    Thanks, Denver.