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  1. #721
    Quote Originally Posted by Vetali View Post
    I would count many non SB winners or playoff losers. 09 Colts, 11 Packers, 13 Broncos + 9ers, 15 Panthers. Maybe I am just becoming a boomer but these current teams as of the past 3-4 years don't impress me enough to be considered great. Bengals are building what could be a great team though. Might be another year off from being on the list. Bills have potential this year.
    Bengals got a GIGANTIC hole at left guard now.

    Second round pick Jacksen Carman is so bad he lost his starter spot to Cordell Volson, a 4th round draft pick from an FCS school.

    Defense is going to be top 5, guarenteed. Secondary is elite with Eli Apple performing well, Jessie bates, Vonn Bell, and Daxton Hill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotBigzo View Post
    Bengals got a GIGANTIC hole at left guard now.

    Second round pick Jacksen Carman is so bad he lost his starter spot to Cordell Volson, a 4th round draft pick from an FCS school.

    Defense is going to be top 5, guarenteed. Secondary is elite with Eli Apple performing well, Jessie bates, Vonn Bell, and Daxton Hill.
    Eli Apple performing well? Well I guess.....

    It kills me how many Saints are on the Bengals now, Eli Apple, Vonn Bell, Trey Hendrickson. Was sad to see Trey go, he finally broke out and cashed in nicely, so good on him, just wish it was with the Saints lol. Proved it was not a fluke with that Bengals year too.


    Speaking of the Saints they traded off Gardner-Johnson and cut Ian Book. Book has been so bad I hope he does not surface on the practice squad, go after someone else.

  3. #723
    Quote Originally Posted by Vetali View Post
    Rams a modern super team? 12-5 in the regular season? 4 pro bowlers and 3 all-pros? I needed that laugh too. Closest thing we had to a super team in the past 20 years was the 07 patriots, and you could stack at least 5 teams before last years Rams.
    So tell me with a straight face the 49ers last year had more talent than the Rams since they where so stacked.

    Go on, be blunt about it if you want to continue this charade like they didn't have multiple hall of famers playing for them and almost half of their team was all pro at one point or another. The record and them barely getting the job done just shows how much of an underperforming team they are, talent wise they where by far the most stacked team the NFL has seen in years. The fact Jimmy G beat them twice with less talent but finally ran out of gas doesn't quite paint the picture you wanted to about him losing with a "stacked team".

    Maybe Trey Lance will buck the trend but in regards to Jimmy G the 49ers are a deep playoff team with him and usually picking near the top of the draft without him so...
    Last edited by Tech614; 2022-08-31 at 04:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech614 View Post
    The fact Jimmy G beat them twice with less talent but finally ran out of gas doesn't quite paint the picture you wanted to about him losing with a "stacked team".
    I honestly forgot they got swept by the 9ers in the regular season until this. lol.

    Theres no "charade" from me, I am not claiming that Rams team had multiple HOFers when it maybe has one, possibly too early to name two.... Don't worry though. You have two for sure this season though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vetali View Post
    I honestly forgot they got swept by the 9ers in the regular season until this. lol.

    Theres no "charade" from me, I am not claiming that Rams team had multiple HOFers when it maybe has one, possibly too early to name two.... Don't worry though. You have two for sure this season though!
    Maybe 3. If stafford gets another he’s in Kurt Warner territory, if he isn’t already.
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    I just like reading about the "vigorous rubbing" that might affect ball inflation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProphetFlume View Post
    Maybe 3. If stafford gets another he’s in Kurt Warner territory, if he isn’t already.
    Yeah, I was pretty drunk when I wrote that last night.

    Whitworth for sure.
    Donald most likely, though he wont have Wilson to pad his stats twice a year now.
    Stafford would be a reach right now.

    This year they have Wagner, already a HOFer and I can see playing another 3 years at least.

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    Bills in the 90s were a super team. I think that team has 5 HoFers on it and counting. Problem is, there was a super team in Dallas, and they were fueled by coke and strippers, which was apparently superior to us wholesome Buffalo Bills. /s

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    Raiders should just trade away all their first round picks like the Rams, maybe that way they'd actually get something.
    /s

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    Quote Originally Posted by draynay View Post
    Raiders should just trade away all their first round picks like the Rams, maybe that way they'd actually get something.
    We did, Davante.

    Bears just picked up Leatherwood and saved us about 5.9 mil in dead money this season. God bless Chicago for being even more terrible at football than we are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyanion View Post
    Eli Apple performing well? Well I guess.....

    It kills me how many Saints are on the Bengals now, Eli Apple, Vonn Bell, Trey Hendrickson. Was sad to see Trey go, he finally broke out and cashed in nicely, so good on him, just wish it was with the Saints lol. Proved it was not a fluke with that Bengals year too.


    Speaking of the Saints they traded off Gardner-Johnson and cut Ian Book. Book has been so bad I hope he does not surface on the practice squad, go after someone else.
    Eli Apple was fantastic for the Bengals last year.

    Was well above average in PFF through the regular season, had a game sealing pick against Tennessee, droped a pick 6 against KC but made a cruical stop at the end of the first half to keep the game in reach, and did great covering Kupp until the last drive. Dude is a baller. I'm not sure why he's a meme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Goblin View Post
    We did, Davante.

    Bears just picked up Leatherwood and saved us about 5.9 mil in dead money this season. God bless Chicago for being even more terrible at football than we are.
    They took him on waivers?! LOL
    /s

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    Quote Originally Posted by draynay View Post
    They took him on waivers?! LOL
    They claimed 6 players. Maybe they just got confused?

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    Quote Originally Posted by draynay View Post
    They took him on waivers?! LOL
    Yep, Bears are still really bad at football.

  14. #734
    Russell Wilson is going to be massively overpaid this year.

    Guess they had the cap space to front load the extension, but the contract is still kind of strange. He will just end up wanting a new contract in 3 years when the guaranteed money is up.

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    Saints secondary is ruined. All 3 safeties from last year are gone after they stupidly traded away Ceedy and let Marcus go in free agency. What happens right after the idiotic trade? Our new safety gets arrested for aggravated assault with a firearm.... Feel like we wouldn't have made these stupid moves if Payton was still around.
    /s

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    The Cardinals had one of their players burn themselves with oil while cooking. That is a new one, but also must be one of the most painful ways to end up on IR.

    Quote Originally Posted by draynay View Post
    Our new safety gets arrested for aggravated assault with a firearm....
    It must be really hard to just not commit crimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grube View Post
    Russell Wilson is going to be massively overpaid this year.
    Especially because hes not gonna be putting the whole team on his shoulders this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grube View Post
    It must be really hard to just not commit crimes.
    Allegedly waved a gun at a car full of teenage girls, which is something we all struggle to avoid.
    /s

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    Quote Originally Posted by draynay View Post
    Allegedly waved a gun at a car full of teenage girls, which is something we all struggle to avoid.
    I mean, it was only his gun. That's a step up from the behaviour of most players who fall foul of the NFL's conduct rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Goblin View Post
    I mean, it was only his gun. That's a step up from the behaviour of most players who fall foul of the NFL's conduct rules.
    Preferring to see a gun over a penis; what are you, American?
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    I just like reading about the "vigorous rubbing" that might affect ball inflation.

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