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2017 NFL Season: Then there were Two

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3 hours ago, Cosmic said:

I can't wait for the pregame ceremony where Jesus descends to midfield and lays his healing hands upon Tom Brady.

But isn't Tom Brady already Jesus?

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Here's a weird but serious thought: Who the hell is the backup QB for New England if Brady either gets hurt or can't play?

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1 hour ago, jmac11281 said:

But isn't Tom Brady already Jesus?

God the Father, God the Son, and God the QB.

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29 minutes ago, Seadragon76 said:

Here's a weird but serious thought: Who the hell is the backup QB for New England if Brady either gets hurt or can't play?

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Saying Tom Brady is “questionable” to play is like saying it’s “questionable” that the sun will rise tomorrow.

 

“Yeah, but there’s a chance it might not happen”

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With the Eagles trailing by 5 with 10 seconds left on the clock, Jay Ajayi busts one up the middle and appears headed for the end zone, when all of a sudden Roger Goodell comes out on the field and signals for the referee to blow the whistle and rule that he was out of bounds, despite being in between the hashes, thus ending the game and securing the championship for the Vikings.

 

After being punched in the face and spat on by owner Jeffrey Lurie, Goodell proclaims "Roger Goodell didn't screw Jeffrey - Jeffrey screwed Jeffrey."

 

The Vikings deny the conspiracy for a decade, before owner (insert Vikings' owner's name here) admits it to Lurie while on his death bed.

 

Oh - the Patriots ended up demolishing the Vikings two weeks later, but that's not germane to the story.

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I wonder if the Eagles told the NFL that they're going to lose so they don't risk winning a title with Foles rather than Wentz.  That would certainly explain it, and if sports talk radio is any indication, there is a non-insignificant number of fans that hope they don't win it with Foles.

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36 minutes ago, BringBackTheVet said:

I wonder if the Eagles told the NFL that they're going to lose so they don't risk winning a title with Foles rather than Wentz.  That would certainly explain it, and if sports talk radio is any indication, there is a non-insignificant number of fans that hope they don't win it with Foles.

Sports radio talk should definitely be taken with a grain of salt. People here in Baltimore were seriously calling for Joe Flacco to be benched for Ryan Mallett in 2015. The fact that Mallett was Flacco’s backup in 2017 (one of his worst years, especially in the beginning) proves that that was nuts. 

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True. You could also include some Canadian towns in the teal area.

 

 

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I was just about to say, is anybody besides Patriots fans not rooting for the Jaguars?  Like, even one person?

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Here's hoping to see Brady on his back all game.

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I’ve never been down on the Jags uniforms. In fact I quite like them. I wish they would wear the teal more, but I digress. It’s that damn helmet though. Kills it all. Make that thing all black and you won’t hear a peep out of me.

 

But they won’t, so they could potentially win their 1st title in their worst look like the Cavs did. The Cavs are gonna have a throwback night in 30 years for that thing. That’s a shame.

 

Also, go Jags. Get the Patriots out of here. Signed, everyone.

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Watching Tom Brady get crunched at home is so fun.

 

We all remember 28-3 so no victory laps yet, but what a fun start to this game.

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Blake Bortles is the prototypical QB that the Patriots usually struggle against, so I am not surprised by any of this.

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3 minutes ago, Brass said:

Blake Bortles is the prototypical QB that the Patriots usually struggle against, so I am not surprised by any of this.

 

You mean the greatest playoff QB of all time? I can see that.

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Lol, none of this will last. 

 

EDIT: LOL. I told you. 

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