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Posted by Rybcon on 07 July 2014 - 09:10 PM
Whether a 1st round, a 7th round or undrafted free agent I would have no respect for the player it they DIDN'T want to start!
Posted by Rybcon on 28 May 2014 - 01:43 PM
Oakland Raiders - No one would notice if someone was missing.
Posted by Cjw on 03 February 2014 - 01:07 PM
Posted by Rybcon on 02 August 2014 - 01:49 AM
I'm changing my name to Grandpa Ryb
Posted by PowerO on 20 April 2014 - 01:29 AM
This comment section allows for self-likes.
I like this.
Posted by Rybcon on 03 February 2014 - 02:28 PM
Just out of curiosity, what else would you watch other than Super Bowl XVLIII on a day you specifically planned to sit in front of the TV for at least 4 hours?
Blowout or not, I think it's despicable to whine about a lopsided contest and flip the station (to what?). A true football fan would never react in that manner, doesn't matter if you lost your ass taking the public's side with Denver -2.5.
What you shared is simply deplorable. I hope a majority of PFS contributors and readers disagree with your dimwitted reaction. Otherwise, why watch football? Why build up an entire season from free agency in March until the big game in February if you're just going to turn off the television?
Seems like you wasted six months of dedicated time and energy. And that, my friend, is just sad.
I'll send you a PM when I care about your opinion in general let alone you trying to guess what I should or shouldn't do and how I live my personal life.
Posted by Rybcon on 11 December 2013 - 05:01 PM
Congratulations on hitting 50,000 posts!!
Posted by d3vanj on 26 November 2013 - 03:14 AM
Saints' don't need to own the forum. We own the NFC South. Y'all just keep posting away
Posted by Cjw on 07 November 2013 - 02:00 AM
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Pro Football Spot jumped into the top 5,000 websites online in US traffic today according to Alexa.com. Very exciting times! We are currently ranked 4,951st.
Posted by Evan Massey on 04 August 2013 - 09:30 PM
Wouldn't surprise me at all. To be honest, it would surprise me if he was willing to take the time to sign autographs for people without getting some compensation. I'm over Manziel. The dude is cocky, disrespectful, and uncaring about others. I could care less if he has an absolutely terrible season and is never heard of on the field again. The dude just needs to her grow up or shut up.
Posted by Alex Jacobson on 11 February 2015 - 03:28 PM
I get why they do it, but pads would make it realistic. If you run a sub 4.45 in pads, I'd be seriously impressed
I concur. I also think that the 40 yard dash is a bit overrated. How often in a game do you see a guy run 40 yards straight down the field? Only time I can recall is when a corner or safety is chasing a receiver that has beaten him on a route. I understand it's all about testing speed, but I just think there's better ways to test it that are more football related.
Posted by Ty Wurth on 19 January 2015 - 03:47 AM
Posted by Rybcon on 27 July 2014 - 04:11 PM
I do like Christmas music though.
Posted by gbartleman on 02 June 2014 - 03:40 PM
Posted by Chad Jensen on 07 February 2014 - 08:52 PM
I was cheering for the Broncos during the playoffs and was mystified as to what happened last Sunday. Peyton Manning is a great quarterback, but like any quarterback when you pressure him you can force him into mistakes. The offensive line that had played well all season laid an egg during the Super Bowl. Peyton was harassed all game long and was hit during one play that led directly to a touchdown.
A couple things went wrong for the Broncos. First off they had 4 turnovers compared to 0 for Seattle, which usually leads to a loss. The Seahawks defense stopped the short passing game as well as the running game which only managed 27 yards all game long. That allowed Seattle's pass rushers to key on Peyton. Richard Sherman admitted after the game that the Broncos could have beaten them numerous times with a double move, but the Broncos didn't attack Seattle deep. I do remember one deep shot that the Broncos took, but they missed it.
Getting Clady and Miller will help you guys, but you don't have to change much to be a contender next year. Protect Peyton better and get better pass rushers and you'll be fine. The Seahawks had a better game plan and in many ways the Broncos were simply out-coached.
I think that's the bottom line, at the end of the day. The Broncos were out-coached. They weren't prepared mentally. They weren't prepared physically. They weren't prepared from a gameplan perspective. They were flat. They were sloppy. They were SCARED.
It's like they were effing surprised that Seattle hits hard. WTF?
Posted by William Watts on 01 November 2013 - 09:22 PM
Excellent piece. Times have changed and the AFC West is back on top in the NFL
It's nice to see that Denver - KC game moved to Prime Time.
The ratings for that game are going to be huge.
This was a great piece, I'm glad that we have such a great AFC West crew to work on these together... just like the AFC West itself, we're heading in the right direction.
Posted by Dan Weber on 15 August 2013 - 03:32 PM
But shouldn't I take the Niners defense if it's still available in the 12th round?????????????
You should Seth, but only because you are in my league, and it will just make it that much easier to beat you.
Posted by Lucas Polglaze on 12 May 2014 - 06:51 PM
I personally think this whole thing is unfair to Sam. All along, he's asked the media to talk about him as a football player....NOT as the "gay" football player. This is pretty much the biggest moment of the kid's life. Let him be able to kiss his partner. It's no different from what any other straight player has done when drafted.
As for Jones....like it or not, when you wear that jersey on Sundays, you are representing the team. And what you do for the rest of the week matters too. These players in the NFL are under more intense scrutiny than anywhere else. They are expected to be role models. They are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful and professional manner on Twitter. You rarely see players so much as trash-talking on Twitter.
Like it or not, this is a new era in the NFL and sports more generally. And those who choose to hate what goes on are ignoring the facts.