If you want to watch an evisceration, turn on Lions and Jags. The Detroit Lions are running the ball all over the Jags. Running. The Lions can't run against tackling dummies but apparently can against the Jags. Mikel LeShoure has three running TDs and just embarrassed 2-3 Jags on the last one as he ran right by them.
Blaine Gabbert throws a pick, has it called back on a defensive penalty. Immediately throws the ball right at a Detroit safety again and its dropped on a diving pick attempt. The Jags really should have traded for Tim Tebow.
Why does everyone still think the Wildcat can work if they never do anything different with it? No matter what team I watch, it's the same thing. Tailback takes the direct snap, runs straight up the middle. Yeah, you get the extra blocker, but it doesn't matter if everyone sees it coming. Mix it up a bit. At least some people fake the sweep to the motion receiver, but even then they NEVER give it to em. I guess that's partially understandable, since the tailback doesn't normally have to read a defense. Still though.
Skins-Panthers is every bit as boring as you'd think watching two bad teams would be.
Denver are having a 'mare in the third quarter, two passes in a row thrown for interceptions, with a kick return that was spotted at the 1yard line in between.
Very good call on Dolphins/Colts. 20-20 with 9 minutes remaining.
Speaking of Oakland and penalties, jeez guys. What the hell?
Last edited by Northern Goblin; 2012-11-04 at 09:24 PM.
Holy hell, Adrian Peterson is not messing around today.
That was a terrible call on the Steelers there in the end zone. If you want to call defenseless receiver, fine. The ref called that a blow to the head and he was clearly hit in the lower ribs, not even close to the head.
The Bears game was just hilarious. Tennessee couldnt do anything, anytime they try and move the ball at all the Bears take it away. Blocked punts, Interceptions, and Forced fumbles. And speaking of forced fumbles, Charles Tillman the Bears underrated CB forced 4 of them. Ya you read that correctly, 4. His ball punch is unparalleled in the NFL. The final score doesnt even speak to how big of a mismatch this game was since CJ got a 80 yd TD after the Bears rested their starters, they coudlve easily added even more points with their offensive and defensive starters still in there.
I found it annoying how much the announcers spent dissing the Bears offense during a blowout game. Its hard to get yards when you keep getting good field position and the defense is scoring so you are not even getting a chance. On the chances they did have they played pretty damn well, I have no doubt this team is clearly one of the best regardless of how they fair versus Houston next week.
I also LOLd at the final play of the Redskins-Panthers game. Redskins down 8 need a ton of yards with like 15 sec to go. Griffin throws like a 4 yard pass and the guy dances around running backwards til hes tackled ending the game... Great call that was.
What a terrible call against the Steelers. There is no way in hell that was a fumble. He clearly is throwing the ball himself. That along with the god awful unnecessary roughness call is just gifting the Giants this game. It should be 7-3 Steelers instead its 14-7 Giants.