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Old 11-17-2008, 12:56 PM   #41 (permalink)
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No, but they've played a much weaker schedule as opposed to other teams. Impressive, but their still not at the same level as the Giants in my opinion.
I agree. Giants are more of a complete team compare to the titans. I'm kind of happy for Kerry Collins he of course took the Gmen to a superbowl so you can't hate on him
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Did everyone forget about the 10-0 Tennessee Titans
Do they have even a slight hope of winning a playoff game? Seriously. Worst 10-0 team ever.

Not that I don't wish my team was 10-0, of course.
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trust me when i say this; by the end of the season the colts will be rolling and will be very difficult to beat.
i can see them tearing it up in the playoffs.
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How 'bout them Lions?
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Old 11-17-2008, 12:58 PM   #45 (permalink)
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trust me when i say this; by the end of the season the colts will be rolling and will be very difficult to beat.
i can see them tearing it up in the playoffs.
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Old 11-17-2008, 12:58 PM   #46 (permalink)
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I'm liking you more and more by the second. I still wear my LT jersey on game days sometimes. A little more snug than it was when I was in highschool, but it still fits.

I love LT but tell you the truth Rodney Hampton and David Megget are two of my all time favourite Giants
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trust me when i say this; by the end of the season the colts will be rolling and will be very difficult to beat.
i can see them tearing it up in the playoffs.
I dunno Colts are hanging on a very thin thread. They are lucky they still have game breakers like Sanders / Manning / Wayne / Addai(sp?) because their O line and D line is pretty pathetic
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Old 11-17-2008, 01:00 PM   #48 (permalink)
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I like the Lions.. I have a very soft spot for them...They need a total overhaul on managment though.

In the end, I think you're gonna see the Jets or Steelers emerge from the AFC and in the NFC, don't sleep on the Bucs.. their D is just as good as anyone in the league, and Garcia is putting up some decent numbers. Bucs and Giants in the NFC.
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I love LT but tell you the truth Rodney Hampton and David Megget are two of my all time favourite Giants
Yeah, I'm more of a defensive fan myself. I loved LT with Harry Carson, Carl Banks and Pepper Johnson. Those were the days.
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the colts know that their time in the sun is ending, and they have that last push in them.
Manning doesnt roll over, he gets better as the game goes on - and will do the same as the season goes on. by the end of the reg season - i guarantee they are streaking.

while i like the Bucs, they seem more lucky to me then good, and you've gotta need more than luck in the post season.

the steelers are my pick for AFC champs, but the colts will be in the mix at the end.
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No, but they've played a much weaker schedule as opposed to other teams. Impressive, but their still not at the same level as the Giants in my opinion.
9-1 Giants opponents 41 wins, 56 losses, 2 ties

10-0 Titans opponents 40 wins, 59 losses, 1 tie

looks like its about the same strength of schedule.
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Yeah, I'm more of a defensive fan myself. I loved LT with Harry Carson, Carl Banks and Pepper Johnson. Those were the days.
Ya I love the fact that the Giants never got away from being a Smash Mouth football team. Always a great pass rush D and always a running team.


When Reese drafted Kiwanuka and Tuck they thought he was stupid cause he had OSI and Strahan. All he said is "well we are the giants and we could never have enough pass rushers"
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9-1 Giants opponents 41 wins, 56 losses, 2 ties

10-0 Titans opponents 40 wins, 59 losses, 1 tie

looks like its about the same strength of schedule.
The whole NFL is mediocore. You have the Giants and Titans and about 5 other teams just behind them. The rest of the teams except the Rams, Niners, Seahawks well you get the picture are about the same.

LIke you tell me how to the Eagles compete heavily with the Giants than Tie the friggin bengals. Parody is the only answer and the NFL is problably the only league in the world that can get away with it


I'd take the Giants over the Titans any day. It may be bias yes but I could prove it
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The whole NFL is mediocore. You have the Giants and Titans and about 5 other teams just behind them. The rest of the teams except the Rams, Niners, Seahawks well you get the picture are about the same.

LIke you tell me how to the Eagles compete heavily with the Giants than Tie the friggin bengals. Parody is the only answer and the NFL is problably the only league in the world that can get away with it
Parody is the great thing about the NFL any team can win on any given Sunday, unless of course your the Lions.

Their strength of schedule is bad probably because they beat every team and caused a majority of those losses
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I like the Lions.. I have a very soft spot for them...They need a total overhaul on managment though.

In the end, I think you're gonna see the Jets or Steelers emerge from the AFC and in the NFC, don't sleep on the Bucs.. their D is just as good as anyone in the league, and Garcia is putting up some decent numbers. Bucs and Giants in the NFC.
bucs just lost Graham for the season. Thats godda hurt and they are taking the Cadillac out of the garage for one more spin. If he is healthy he could help but its a far cry if he is or not.

Source : http://blogs.nfl.com/2008/11/17/bucs...ut-for-season/
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Old 11-18-2008, 12:00 AM   #57 (permalink)
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Bills lose to Browns due to a field goal that went WIDE RIGHT LOL. Memories of the the 1991 superbowl

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WTF how did the Bills lose. 5 FG's for the Browns and 2 TD's.

The Tennessee Titans are now 10-0. They are clearly a legitimate Super Bowl contender, yet they hail from a non-major media market. How annoying. How rude.

But since it appears they have no intention of going away, I suppose we should learn a few things about them. Sigh. So here are five things you should know about the Tennessee Titans.

1. Quarterback Kerry Collins is an aspiring country songwriter who has penned one song called "It's Hard Not to Be Happy When I'm Looking at You." Collins is old enough, and that song sounds lame enough, that he could be the first quarterback in NFL history to both start in a Super Bowl and perform the halftime show of the same Super Bowl.

2. Running back LenDale White is first cousins with Denver Nuggets point guard Chauncey Billups. He is also related to a basketball player on the other side of his family.

3. Standout defensive lineman Kyle Vanden Bosch wears red contact lenses during games. They are custom lenses that cut down on glare. However, they also cause glare from the sun reflecting off of the pools of tinkle below those lined up across from him.

4. Head coach Jeff Fisher has the longest tenure of any current NFL head coach, outlasting two presidential administrations, one classic mullet and several experimental facial hair stages.

5. Umm ... how about those Giants, huh?

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Las Vegas-based sports information service, estimated that $100 million was bet on the contest, with approximately 66 percent of that money backing the Steelers, who were a five-point favorite.

The league also issued a statement Monday to clarify the officials’ incorrect ruling on final play of the game, which reversed an apparent touchdown by Pittsburgh safety Troy Polamalu in the Steelers’ 11-10 victory.

While the score would not have affected the outcome, it resulted in chaos on the field and among gamblers worldwide as the officials first ruled it a touchdown and then reversed the decision due to an illegal forward pass.

What is wrong with NFL officials this year? it happens to be at every Chargers game
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