Never Forget, the Minnesota Vikings started 5-0 last season... were universally proclaimed as a Playoff team early... and never ended up making the playoffs.
Why is it private?
What are they hiding!!?!?!?!?!?!?!
You know what? That is a good question.
We need more Rapoport posts. You got any more of that?
Jay, please take the day off. Cutler will tell it for us.
Yay! We get to have more than 1 WR in a game.
They might be beaten, they might be battered, but by God they will not go quietly into the night.
What's the deal with Slater? He was out last week but I haven't heard any updates
Develin was killing it out wide last week
HODOR IS A GOD DAMN MONSTER.
He talked about it on Wednesday (maybe Thursday) he said part of it was the pain, but another part of it was that he just got really emotional about having finally realized his dream, and it might have been taken away on a freak play.
Love the brute.
Man dude was in tears on a cart.
His son will remember this moment forever!!!
(god I love that silly, giant, silly man)
The secret behind QB Jeff George's incredible arm strength: he always kept his index finger on top of the football's nose
This allowed him to give the ball a direct "push" from behind just as it was leaving his hand.
It's not something you often see from QBs as it creates an awkward grip, requires larger hands, and can mess with accuracy.
57.9% completion percentage, checks out
This is what I do because I have a noodle arm, but also smaller hands, so wtf they talking about?
Say what you want about Jeff George, but one of my first memories is watching this mother fucker throw a football like 70+ yards into the wind sometime in the 90's. Just a cannon of an arm. Uncle Rico before Uncle Rico man. I think the Raiders were playing the Jets at the Meadowlands.
Have bigger hands
I'm interested in football but don't know where to start.
So I'm kinda interested into looking into football. I already have a surface understanding of the sport (i know the rules, which team is from where, that sort of stuff.) The only thing is that there is so much data and content to consume I don't know where to start to get a deeper understanding of the sport.
Fuck Dean Spanos
...Is this thread an advertisement for Madden? I guess it can help you, but it would never have been my first thought, yet it is almost everyone’s answer.
Madden is the best way to learn about football. If you already understand it, then I recommend greatest hits collections of some sort. As a kid we had a Sports Illustrated VHS of NFL's Greatest Hits and I watched the hell out of it. Was definitely the first thing that taught me about football history.
The Dallas Cowboys are objectively the best team in the history of the NFL. Don't let Pats or Steelers fans tell you otherwise.
He's like the exact opposite type of QB that LT was. LT only had like 1 passing TD and won the MVP in 2006 was it off his insane amount of rushing TDs.
To compare that, Peyton Manning had 667.
4 passing tds actually
It's a big step up from four years ago, really.
why the fuck is everyone on our team getting the flu
I am real glad we got rid of that Methicillin-resistant Schiano aureus.
And then after everyone else is the Seahawks!
We have lots of talent there but Mike Tice is also one of the best coaches in the league. Marshall Newhouse is all of a sudden an above average RT after one offseason with Tice. He's been an underrated coaching hire and I'm glad we got him.
That will change when they play divisional games