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Sean Payton Mocking Vikings Fans With 25 Seconds To Go. Literally Seconds Before the Minneapolis Miracle.

Sean Payton Mocking Vikings Fans With 25 Seconds To Go. Literally Seconds Before the Minneapolis ...

What an idiot.

We have proof, boys. Start passing out the pitchforks again!

This is Gods Poetic Justice in all honesty for that Bounty gate shit. Im still in shock over the miracle, I couldnt sleep last night. Fuck Sean Payton, no matter what happens. It feels good to win againest that guy.

Edit: No Ragrets

He seems like a douchebag

Russini: Well it may not be NFL official but it’s Facebook official. Matt Eberflus to be part of Indy’s coaching staff

Russini: Well it may not be NFL official but it’s Facebook official. Matt Eberflus to be part of ...

McDaniels confirmed. Hell yes. Nice find OP

Oh fuck yeah dude

joshmcd13

Redditor since: 03/01/2014 (4 years)

what the fuck

Yea, he's been pretty clearly tied to McDaniels, so McDaniels confirmed imo.

The Browns are in discussions with Mike Mularkey about the team's offensive coordinator position.

The Browns are in discussions with Mike Mularkey about the team's offensive coordinator position.

Mularkey isnt a horrible coach.

Just WAY too stubborn

Good think Cleveland has Hue Jackson to reign him in to /s

I think the browns would be thrilled to lose a playoff game

Just when you thought it couldn't get worse than 0-16 and 1-31.

Damn I just realized, when Mularkey took that job in 2008, his predecessor was Hue Jackson.

[Highlight] All-22 of the Keenum to Diggs game winning TD

[Highlight] All-22 of the Keenum to Diggs game winning TD

PFF: "That throw was into coverage, we give Keenum a negative score for this throw."

Usually I'd be tired of seeing a play everywhere I go, but this is different. This play is why I love football.

who downvoted this? I thought it was funny

Damn, impressive that he threw 22 game winning TDs to the same player in one game

[Highlight] Mike Tomlin with Tony Dungy on SNF 11/26 talking about the Patriots game a week away: "That's gonna be a big game. But probably if we're both doing what we're supposed to be doing, the 2nd one is really going to be big."

[Highlight] Mike Tomlin with Tony Dungy on SNF 11/26 talking about the Patriots game a week away:...

He said "If we're both doing what we're supposed to be doing"

Reads like he expected the Patriots to be in the playoffs and wanted to be there to play them. Not sure what's wrong with that.

Yeah, I don't hold this one so much against him because he says "if we both keep doing what we're supposed to". It's more this week where they overdid it.

yup. appropriate statement.

PFF Stat: % Dropped Passes In 2017 Divisional Round

PFF Stat: % Dropped Passes In 2017 Divisional Round

11.1%... jesus christ

But Matt Ryan’s actually trash bro

When are they gonna get Ryan some receivers?

They put something on the field and wore special cleats.

#slipgate

Giants expected to hire Pat Shurmur as head coach

Giants expected to hire Pat Shurmur as head coach
Giants expected to hire Pat Shurmur as head coach

BREAKING: Lions expected to hire Pat Shurmur as head coach

Stop reminding us.

Whelp welcome to your new team Case Keenum

With Patricia as DC and McDaniels as Special Teams coach. Stafford doesn't need an OC!

Marcus Williams: I appreciate my friends, real fans, family, and team for everything they have done for me this season all of the support is highly appreciated!No the season didn’t end as planned but one thing for sure I won’t let one play define the type of MAN or PLAYER that I am or will be!💯

Marcus Williams: I appreciate my friends, real fans, family, and team for everything they have do...

Good for him. I hope Saints fans haven’t been too hard on him. One play does not win or lose you the game.

It's easy to blame a defensive player for a critical missed tackle at the end of a close game, and forget that the offense put up a goose egg in the first half.

He's a 21 year old kid who has handled this situation like a man.

There were bigger blunders. It wouldn't have come down to that if Ginn lined up properly, or if Brees doesn't throw that pick, or if snead hits kamara, or if crawley kept his hands to himself. Game was so ours and there were many gross mistakes.

One more assistant coach about to return to Seattle: Mike Solari will once again be the team’s OL coach, replacing Tom Cable, source says. Solari is the latest Ben McAdoo NYG assistant to find work elsewhere.

One more assistant coach about to return to Seattle: Mike Solari will once again be the team’s OL...

Hmm interesting. He was the 49ers OL coach for 10-14 where we had some solid lines with Staley, Boone, and Iupati, and assistant OL coach for the Packers in 2015. However, he was with the Giants the last 2 years as OL coach and he took some decent talent on the OL and still made it look like shit. Idk how much of an upgrade he'll be unless he can get into 5 year ago form

The bar: *literally on the fucking ground* The Seahawks: *digs a hole under the bar*

Too long has Seattle looked upon their offensive line and thought, "we should really strive to mimic the only unit in the NFL worse than ours."

Although real-talk he was pretty good with us before he left during the Harbaugh kerfuffle. Wonder what went so wrong in New York.

Looked like everything went wrong in NY. Hard to say what will happen

The head referee in the Titans/Pats game where several controversial calls were made that went in the Patriots' favor is a VP at the construction company hired by Robert Kraft to build Gillette Stadium.

The head referee in the Titans/Pats game where several controversial calls were made that went in the Patriots' favor is a VP at the construction company hired by Robert Kraft to build Gillette Stadium.

Gillette Stadium's general contractor was Barton Marlow, the company at which Ron Torbert, the ref in question, is the VP and General Counsel.

Here's Torbert and Kraft sharing a moment pre-game

So a bunch of controversial calls that swing the momentum of a game entirely in the Patriots' favor was headed up by a guy whose company was hired by Kraft.

The entire game was rife with it. People say "oh it doesn't matter it was a blowout anyways" but when you're getting boosted of course it's going to be a blowout.

I mean, c'mon, this has been a ridiculous year:

Jets lose to Patriots after a controversial replay review changed a touchdown into a turnover The refs gifted the Patriots a new set of downs by turning a false start into a Titans penalty Controversial call helps Patriots nip Steelers in key game Another touchdown was controversially overturned in favor of the Patriots Chargers say ref wrongly ruled in favor of Patriots on 'bulls---' call late in game

Not enough tin foil

Ok, uh, so see in the basement of Gillette Stadium, there is this pizza restaurant...

I don't think this had the slightest impact on the game in any way, but it is odd the league would allow this potential conflict of interest to occur. Why not just pick a different crew for that game and swap them with a different, equally capable crew?

I'm sure if I compiled a list of favorable calls towards the teams I didn't like I could make it seem like a conspiracy too.

Try one of these subthreads