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jazman 25-11-2007 08:10 PM

Watching New Orleans against the Carolina Panthers. Orleans just taken a 7-3 lead ...

Grim Reaper 25-11-2007 08:33 PM

Forget the B- comment

It's now an F!!!

nookiebear 25-11-2007 09:17 PM

FOUR Skins fumbles in a half - one of the worst ever first half performances I've ever seen

Grim Reaper 25-11-2007 10:26 PM

A+ for Eli

In spite of a severe attack of clownitis he managed 272 yards and won me the bet.

Giants fans will be remembering this as the worst QB showing of this millennium and yet in terms of final yards he did pretty good.

Crazy sport at times.

Props to Boomer Esiason for his spot on analysis of how Eli would be throwing it 40+ times.

Grim Reaper 25-11-2007 10:28 PM

Gotta laugh.

Some poor sap bet 200 at 1.01 (i.e. to win 2) on the Tennessee v Cincy game ending over 46 points when teh scorebard showed 35-12 with 6 or 7 minutes to go.....


















...only for the play to be reversed, Tennessee failed to convert the 4th & 1 and then neither team scored in the final 6 minutes!!!

Unbelievable

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 12:06 AM

Ouch re the above.

I'm glad some people are daft enough to still kick to Devin Hester. :)

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 12:11 AM

Wet turf causing a few turnovers in Chicago.

BTW brief footage from KC appeared to show the field was fine, so I think all the idiots can stop blaming the NFL for us losing to Croatia.

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 12:27 AM

Cedric Benson on the sidelines, wearing a tracksuit and hobbling with the assistance of crutches.

Officially, "his return is questionable". :D

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 12:36 AM

Nick Halling's going to go nuts against Todd Sauerbrun. This could be good. :D

Hester's just unbelievable.

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 01:00 AM

Two incredible catches by Scheffler for Denver in that last drive.

LLCOOLSTEVE 26-11-2007 01:12 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Strathclyde Eagle
Todd Sauerbrun.


:clown:

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 01:15 AM

Two of his kicks returned for six, another blocked, can't kick for a touchback from just the 45. :clown:

Chester 26-11-2007 01:35 AM

This should be an interesting replay

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 01:51 AM

Incredible game. Bears win in OT.

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 02:40 AM

Philly tie the Pats. :lux:

Of course Brady hasn't been on the field yet (Pats scored on an INT return).

CFL Grey Cup just had footage of the replay booth, watching footage of themselves watching themselves. :D

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 03:12 AM

One of the teams in the Grey Cup final has intentionally conceded three safeties. :eek:

Strange game.

Grim Reaper 26-11-2007 08:53 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Strathclyde Eagle
Two of his kicks returned for six, another blocked, can't kick for a touchback from just the 45. :clown:
You'll probably find that from the 45 he wasn't going for the touchback. Why allow Chitago to start from the 20 when a good high kick should enable you to pin them down inside the 20 or even 10.

Going for touchback in that situation is unnecessary.

That said, it's better than conceding a TD!!

Benzhiyi 26-11-2007 01:08 PM

I disagree, Grim. You ALWAYS kick for a touchback or squib (and you always punt oob) when it's Hester waiting to run it back at you. Simple.

A Sunday without a Dolphins defeat! Truly beautiful. :lux:

(I know. Don't say it.)

saxoneagle 26-11-2007 01:44 PM

Phew, the Pats got out of jail yesterday. Until the last 4 mins, we couldn't do anything to stop the Eagles offense ticking up the yards while Moss was permanently wrapped up on the offensive side of the ball.

Good game Philly but the unbeaten streak goes on! Here's to the first team in the play-offs :D

Strathclyde Eagle 26-11-2007 02:22 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Grim Reaper
You'll probably find that from the 45 he wasn't going for the touchback. Why allow Chitago to start from the 20 when a good high kick should enable you to pin them down inside the 20 or even 10.

Going for touchback in that situation is unnecessary.

That said, it's better than conceding a TD!!

He only squibbed it to about the 25!

(To clarify, it was a kick-off, not a punt.)

If I'm playing the Bears in that position I'm blasting it through the end zone. Hester can't return it from the stands.

Vince Hilaire's Afro 26-11-2007 02:53 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by jazman
Watching New Orleans against the Carolina Panthers. Orleans just taken a 7-3 lead ...
The Panthers are my local team. I was very surprised to see that the no.2 quarterback who started that game for them is unable to throw the ball.

Grim Reaper 26-11-2007 03:19 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Strathclyde Eagle
He only squibbed it to about the 25!

(To clarify, it was a kick-off, not a punt.)

If I'm playing the Bears in that position I'm blasting it through the end zone. Hester can't return it from the stands.

Agree with the Hester point. Just saying that even on a kick off, a decent kicker should be able to pin it down inside the 20 when given the enhanced starting point.

saxoneagle 26-11-2007 06:12 PM

http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=090...o&confirm=true

Redskins' Sean Taylor shot... :eek:

elliott 27-11-2007 02:04 AM

Go Fish!

Chester 27-11-2007 04:26 AM

0-0 with 7.32 left in the third this evening. What a game. To be fair the pitch is like playing in a pond.

Chester 27-11-2007 04:54 AM

Has there ever been a 0-0?

:eek:

oz_da II 27-11-2007 05:06 AM

20 years ago.

elliott 27-11-2007 05:10 AM

This is epic.

Quality.

Chester 27-11-2007 05:12 AM

Madness!

I am surprised any of them are still standing

oz_da II 27-11-2007 05:16 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by oz_da II
20 years ago.
Make that 63 years.

elliott 27-11-2007 05:23 AM

FG try.

Cross the fingers!!!

I'm expecting a botched kick.

elliott 27-11-2007 05:24 AM

!!!!!!!!!!!!

Chester 27-11-2007 05:25 AM

:(

elliott 27-11-2007 05:26 AM

GO ON TEDDY!

elliott 27-11-2007 05:26 AM

oh.

please please please please please.

elliott 27-11-2007 05:31 AM

don't ever give the line the ball.

seriously gutting.

dolphins will beat the jets though.

oz_da II 27-11-2007 05:32 AM

Need to hire a rugby coach for those desperation last play of the games. That was embarrassing.

Miami should have backed their kicker instead of going for that 4th and 11.

elliott 27-11-2007 05:36 AM

Correct. Especially out of the good grass.

The ball was so close to getting to Ted Ginn at the end. If LJ hadn't have slipped!

Grim Reaper 27-11-2007 08:37 AM

Funnily enough there are many kids my age whose first sight of NFL was kicker John Smith appearing on Saturday Morning kids TV (anyone remember Saturday Starship with Tommy Boyd?) in 1982-83, with footage of him scoring the winning late field goal for New England in a 3-0 win.

The opponents? Miami

HA HA

Benzhiyi 27-11-2007 10:25 AM

That was some game. And although the conditions were a great leveller, I was nonetheless impressed with how we played. In particular John Beck looked like he might be the quarterback we've been waiting for; showed poise in the pocket, a strong and accurate arm, and some speed when he got flushed. I'm keen to see what he can do against the Bills and the Jets later in the year as that was a tidy little performance.

nookiebear 27-11-2007 11:24 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by saxoneagle
http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=090...o&confirm=true

Redskins' Sean Taylor shot... :eek:

Reports reckon he might suffer brain damage :( :eek:

Strathclyde Eagle 27-11-2007 12:14 PM

He flat-lined twice in surgery apparently. :(

http://blog.washingtonpost.com/redskinsinsider/

Strathclyde Eagle 27-11-2007 12:20 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Grim Reaper
Funnily enough there are many kids my age whose first sight of NFL was kicker John Smith appearing on Saturday Morning kids TV (anyone remember Saturday Starship with Tommy Boyd?) in 1982-83, with footage of him scoring the winning late field goal for New England in a 3-0 win.

The opponents? Miami

The Snowplough Game.

Godstone Eagle 27-11-2007 12:22 PM

Just seen this on SSN, very sad news. RIP

davematt 27-11-2007 12:31 PM

NFL star dies from bullet wound

A star player from the National Football League in the US has died, a day after being shot in his home during an apparent burglary.

Sean Taylor, who played for the Washington Redskins, was shot by an intruder at his home near Miami.

Mr Taylor, 24, died after heavy blood loss, caused by the severing of his femoral artery.

A family friend told AP news agency the NFL star had not regained consciousness after being taken to hospital.

Police said they were investigating the circumstances behind the shooting.

:( :sob:

RIP Sean :(

Strathclyde Eagle 27-11-2007 12:49 PM

Very sad. On his day he was some player. :(

Benzhiyi 27-11-2007 12:59 PM

Awful. :(

jazman 27-11-2007 12:59 PM

Very sad news .... :(

Strathclyde Eagle 27-11-2007 01:16 PM

Far too many black decals on helmets this year, and that's another one. Shot in his own home. Just sickening.

Like Darrent Williams, a father of young kids, gone far too soon.

Incidentally I hope that the NFL lets players from teams other than the Redskins honour him, because the Jake Plummer/Pat Tillman thing a few years ago was ridiculous. I'm sure other University of Miami players will wish to remember Taylor. Along similar lines it was good of the Redskins to fly Clinton Portis down there with a team delegation.

saxoneagle 27-11-2007 01:25 PM

Very sad news indeed. :(

I'll always remember him for THAT hit on the punter in the 2007 Pro Bowl. Hope God has his pads on...

Chester 27-11-2007 01:32 PM

RIP

Not the news i was expecting to wake up to this morning

:(

nookiebear 27-11-2007 01:34 PM

Bloody hell, absolutely gutted - was one hell of a player

saxoneagle 27-11-2007 01:44 PM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1TgyMrkqNs

:(

Strathclyde Eagle 27-11-2007 01:57 PM

Was a member of the 2001 UM national championship team. Get a look at this roster alone to see the impact that will be felt by this:
Quote:

Among the numerous stars on the 2001 Miami squad were: Dorsey; running backs Clinton Portis, Willis McGahee, Najeh Davenport, and Frank Gore; tight end Jeremy Shockey; wide receiver Andre Johnson; tackles Bryant McKinnie and Joaquin Gonzalez; defensive linemen Jerome McDougle, William Joseph, and Vince Wilfork; linebackers Jonathan Vilma and D.J. Williams; and defensive backs Ed Reed, Mike Rumph, and Phillip Buchanon. Additional contributors included future stars Kellen Winslow II, Sean Taylor, Antrel Rolle, Vernon Carey, and Eric Winston. In all, an extraordinary 16 players from the 2001 Miami football team were drafted in the first-round of the NFL Draft (5 in the 2002 NFL Draft: Buchannon, McKinnie, Reed, Rumph, and Shockey; 4 in 2003: Johnson, Joseph, McDougle, and McGahee; 6 in 2004: Carey, Taylor, Vilma, Wilfork, Williams, and Winslow; and 1 in 2005: Rolle).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2001_Mi..._football_team

saxoneagle 27-11-2007 02:21 PM

Wow, that was a pretty handy team...

Strathclyde Eagle 27-11-2007 03:43 PM

Slightly happier note, I took a wander round Sports Direct in my lunch hour. Seems they've got a few NFL jerseys going for 30. Only a few teams, Cowboys, Steelers & Giants among them.

Be careful though, one of them had OWENS printed upside-down on the back.

Adlerhorst 27-11-2007 03:58 PM

All over the news here as you can imagine (I'm in DC today)

Sad

saxoneagle 27-11-2007 04:19 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Strathclyde Eagle
Slightly happier note, I took a wander round Sports Direct in my lunch hour. Seems they've got a few NFL jerseys going for 30. Only a few teams, Cowboys, Steelers & Giants among them.

Be careful though, one of them had OWENS printed upside-down on the back.

Hopefully I'll be watching the Green Bay corners turning that c*nt upside down on Thursday too!

elliott 27-11-2007 04:25 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Benzhiyi
That was some game. And although the conditions were a great leveller, I was nonetheless impressed with how we played. In particular John Beck looked like he might be the quarterback we've been waiting for; showed poise in the pocket, a strong and accurate arm, and some speed when he got flushed. I'm keen to see what he can do against the Bills and the Jets later in the year as that was a tidy little performance.
I agree on the whole, but there is one thing that I'd disagree with, and it worries me.

John Beck does NOT have a strong arm. In fact he side-arms it. That's why none of his passes have any zip. Growing up in a BYU spread offense has meant that he doesn't have a strong arm at all.

And RIP Sean Taylor.

Strathclyde Eagle 27-11-2007 05:06 PM

I think there's a YouTube clip of Beck throwing a 70 yard hail mary. I think his arm is ok. :)

If you're on YouTube also search for that Sean Taylor hit on the Bills punter at the Pro Bowl. Bit of a weird coincidence that the Bills are the Redskins' opponents this week.

saxoneagle 27-11-2007 05:22 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by saxoneagle
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1TgyMrkqNs

:(

You mean this clip I posted earlier? ;)

Grim Reaper 27-11-2007 08:24 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Strathclyde Eagle
Slightly happier note, I took a wander round Sports Direct in my lunch hour. Seems they've got a few NFL jerseys going for 30. Only a few teams, Cowboys, Steelers & Giants among them.

Be careful though, one of them had OWENS printed upside-down on the back.

What is it with them and those teams? I got my Tiki shirt last year with them for 31 and as you say it was just those three teams.

Grim Reaper 27-11-2007 08:32 PM

Interesting listening to US sports radio today.

Taylor had another intruder in his house just nine days ago.

Seems when Taylor heard this intrusion, he got his machete to confront the person. Alas a machete is no match for a gun.

On a wider scale, the NFL are concerned that this wasn't random and was linked to Taylor's 'colourful' past. NFL already reeling after golden boy Mchael Vick's indiscretions this summer and if another star like Taylor has been killed through the people and situations he's associated with, it doesn't look good.

Seems like a number of players have a whole crowd of hangers on and bad influences going back to their 'hoods' and adolesence. The argument goes is 'why should I give up my friends and 'brothers' who I grow up with just because I now have money.'

In the case of Vick, even the mayor of Atlanta tried to intervene and encouraged him to get rid of his 'homies.'

This issue could raise its head again and it's hard to see how it can be stopped.

Strathclyde Eagle 27-11-2007 11:39 PM

Good points.

Must admit that when I read that his house had been robbed a week and a half ago I did think that the Redskins would have some kind of staff in place to advise in regard to personal security. They're paying these guys so much I'd have thought that all teams would have some kind of liasion officer for that and other such important issues.

However reading details from this and also the Vikings receiver who was fined for organising his Gran's funeral it doesn't seem as if much help exists for these players. More's the pity.

Hedgehog 28-11-2007 04:40 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Grim Reaper
Taylor had another intruder in his house just nine days ago.
And that intruder left a knife/dagger on Taylor's bed but didn't take anything (he was on the road at the time with the Redskins).

Not like a horses head I guess, but may have been some kid of warning.

This guy was no angel.

Vince Hilaire's Afro 28-11-2007 03:36 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Strathclyde Eagle
Incidentally I hope that the NFL lets players from teams other than the Redskins honour him, because the Jake Plummer/Pat Tillman thing a few years ago was ridiculous. I'm sure other University of Miami players will wish to remember Taylor. Along similar lines it was good of the Redskins to fly Clinton Portis down there with a team delegation.
Apparently, the Redskins players are going to use his number on their shirts for the rest of the season, and all clubs will be honouring him with a silence at the weekend. I think all the other teams will wear his number for one game.

Sorry if this has been posted before.

elliott 28-11-2007 05:34 PM

I was expecting Portis to want to wear his number for the rest of the season. Although the NFL would probably be so anal and wouldn't let him.

Chester 28-11-2007 06:55 PM

I have heard that there is a conserted effort being made by fans to get him voted into this years Pro Bowl

jazman 29-11-2007 01:28 PM

First match of the week sees the Cowboys take on the Packers at the Texas Stadium. Hoping all is true above and Taylor is honoured in the right way ...

Should be a great game :p

saxoneagle 29-11-2007 01:33 PM

F*cking game tonight is on NFL Network again which is blocked in Bermuda... meaning I get to watch 3 hours of NFL matches from the 1970s again like last Thursday night :grrr:

elliott 29-11-2007 04:42 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Chester
I have heard that there is a conserted effort being made by fans to get him voted into this years Pro Bowl
Yeh. A few people have told me this. Would be a nice gesture.

Strathclyde Eagle 29-11-2007 06:51 PM

Was just listening to the latest Sports Guy podcast on the way home from work. Apparently the Fins are favoured by two this week. :eek:

So I guess now the question is whether Cris is putting on three or four figures on the Jets on Sunday.

Benzhiyi 29-11-2007 07:22 PM

I've no doubt whatsover that we're a better team that the Jets, regardless of what our respecitve records are. But much depends on whether an 0-11 team can go out and believe they can pick up a W at last.

Strathclyde Eagle 30-11-2007 11:30 AM

From the photos I've seen it looks like the Cowboys played in blue at home. Any reason why (besides jersey sales)? I thought the only blue ones they wore were those navy throwbacks with the star on the shoulder?

Grim Reaper 01-12-2007 11:10 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Benzhiyi
I've no doubt whatsover that we're a better team that the Jets, regardless of what our respecitve records are. But much depends on whether an 0-11 team can go out and believe they can pick up a W at last.
They have plenty of W's already

The headcoach is a W
The QB is a W
Ronnie Brown is a W!!

:lux:

Grim Reaper 01-12-2007 11:13 AM

Poor old Mangini is in a right old mess.

He's paranoid a player will spout off to the press and say something that will annoy Miami and make them perform better. He's put a ban on players talking to the press.

What the hell could someone say about an 0-11 team that could possibly be inflammatory??

I'm going to see if can get the bet that is sometimes offered that the game finishes with a difference of 3 points. Usually +525 in US odds - just over 5/1 in English. Happened the last three times these two have met. And let's face it, there's not much to choose between a bucket of crap and a bag of crap!! 3 points will be about right.

9-6 Jets!!

elliott 01-12-2007 07:40 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Strathclyde Eagle
From the photos I've seen it looks like the Cowboys played in blue at home. Any reason why (besides jersey sales)? I thought the only blue ones they wore were those navy throwbacks with the star on the shoulder?
That's what they wore. Tidy blue throwbacks.

If Chatman plays, Dolphins will win tomorrow.

Strathclyde Eagle 02-12-2007 12:22 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Grim Reaper
They have plenty of W's already

The headcoach is a W
The QB is a W
Ronnie Brown is a W!!

:lux:

At least none of them have ever grassed up the person they owe everything to. ;)
Quote:

Originally posted by elliott
If Chatman plays, Dolphins will win tomorrow.
Fingers crossed!

My concern is the defence has conceded only 11 points a game since the bye week. I can't see us keeping up that kind of form.

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 11:05 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Strathclyde Eagle
My concern is the defence has conceded only 11 points a game since the bye week. I can't see us keeping up that kind of form.
My concern is the Miami defence has conceded only 11 points a game since the bye week. I can see that being even lower after today's game, given the Jets' offence on the road.

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 11:06 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Strathclyde Eagle
At least none of them have ever grassed up the person they owe everything to. ;)


So Belichick cheats and then gets annoyed when he gets found out. What a pr1ck!

Strathclyde Eagle 02-12-2007 06:22 PM

I was kidding. That's the Patriots' view though.

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 07:04 PM

Loserbowl is underway!!

Go Thomas Jones. I need o72.5 rushing yards from the boy!

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 07:13 PM

Love it

Leon punishes Miami with a long run......yet again (three games on the trot!!)

Jones 6 yards from 4 carries

Washington 22 yards from 2 carries

Ho hum!

Strathclyde Eagle 02-12-2007 07:23 PM

Nice, the Redskins honour Sean Taylor by starting on defence with ten men, then the Bills run 20+ yards for a first down. Being fair, it might not have been the time to do that.

Meant to ask Cris, have you got anything on the Bills-Redskins game?

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 07:26 PM

No bet on that. Will keep an eye and maybe bet at half time (which is when I do most of my bets these days.)

There's an interesting line of precedents in NFL and college football where teams do excel following the death of a player or coach, so I've seen plenty of tips for Redskins -5.5 but decided to steer clear.

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 07:27 PM

Got the over 37 on the San Diego game but wishing I'd taken Seattle over right now! 14-7 up already!!

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 07:33 PM

Jason Taylor now up to 15th in the all time sacks chart with two already today

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 07:33 PM

Yet another bad punt from the Jets.

Send this plank back to Australia!!

Strathclyde Eagle 02-12-2007 07:43 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Grim Reaper
No bet on that. Will keep an eye and maybe bet at half time (which is when I do most of my bets these days.)

There's an interesting line of precedents in NFL and college football where teams do excel following the death of a player or coach, so I've seen plenty of tips for Redskins -5.5 but decided to steer clear.

Quote:

REDSKINS (-5.5) over Bills
If you wager on this game, you're basically announcing, "I'll bet on anything."
http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2...0&sportCat=nfl

;)

Redskins look inspired today, just haven't put the ball in the end zone yet.

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 07:46 PM

There's a key thing to remember about the Redksins in that they play to the level of their opponents week after week. Hell, they only beat the Jets by 3 in OT!!

Betting on them in ANY game is a risk

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 08:09 PM

WTF! MIami take the lead

Only in the Loswerbowl could you have a team taking a kick off following a TD at the 7 yard line!!!!!!!!!!

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 08:12 PM

Yeh man

Finally some good offense in teh San Diego game.

Two quick TDs puts the o37 back on track.

Actually got two commentaries going on two separate laptops. Never tried it before but it's working well. The play seems to happening in Miami when the adverts are on in Kansas and vice verse

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 10:03 PM

Get in Jets

The Dolphins are going for 0-16

Strathclyde Eagle 02-12-2007 10:05 PM

It's happening. No way it doesn't happen now.

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 10:29 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Grim Reaper
Loserbowl is underway!!

Go Thomas Jones. I need o72.5 rushing yards from the boy!

75 yards final :p :lux:

Was behind the count all the way and then a glorious 15 yards on a 3rd & 7 took it up to 71.

Manginius obviously had the bet as well because as soon as Jones got past 72.5 he didn't have another carry!! :eek: ;)

Really enjoyable game (for me) and one has to wonder just how bad Miami are. 5 or 6 turnovers; no offensive TDs; virtually no offense of any kind in the entire 2nd half.

As bad as the Jets are, nice to see that we can be semi-competent when Coles is in the team

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 10:30 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Grim Reaper
There's a key thing to remember about the Redksins in that they play to the level of their opponents week after week. Hell, they only beat the Jets by 3 in OT!!

Betting on them in ANY game is a risk

A 1 point game

Nuff said

Grim Reaper 02-12-2007 10:35 PM

This man took Miami with a 19 point start off one of his radio colleguaes and was happily bragging about it all week how it was money in the bank. Despite being a Jets fan he was looking forward to Miami winning to help usher Mangini out of the door!

http://www.wfan.com/pages/842416.php

Be interesting to hear his comments at 11am our time tomorrow morning :D

elliott 02-12-2007 10:51 PM

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh

Hedgehog 02-12-2007 11:02 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Grim Reaper
The Dolphins are going for 0-16
I guess that would be ironic if they did, as the last team to go undefeated in a season, and with the Patriots looking on track to match that record this.

nookiebear 02-12-2007 11:46 PM

Interesting what Halling was just saying about Joe Gibbs. A lot of Skins fans are getting fed-up with Gibbs' second spell in chrage - and calling two time outs in a row and losing the game on a FG like that won't help

There was a rumour about the old Steelers coach Bill Cowher taking over and as a Skins fan I think I'd be happy if that happened for next season

Some of Gibbs play calling decisions this season have been curious to say the least


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