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  1. Yah they couldn't have won that AFC Championship unless they deflated the balls.... rofl Looks like they can win a Superbowl with regulation balls.
  2. I suspect this was it. Kraft probably told him something along the lines of, well, if you did nothing wrong, explain it to everyone this weekend because we're getting hammered right now.
  3. The only reasonable thing is to cancel the Superbowl. Nothing less will satisfy me.
  4. Best animated show to come to America in a long time.
  5. See, I hate this. He's absolutely part of the problem. Josh McCown of all players managed to look better than Jay Cutler did, even last year. Cutler is a bad QB who gets his tires pumped because he displays some physical characteristics required to play the position. He has bad decision making. Very bad. How can anyone like this guy so much?
  6. Patriots targeting him wouldn't be the worst move.
  7. Josh Gordon just put up 1649 yards and 9 TDs on a team that blows in his second year after posting an impressive rookie season. We've all watched the guy play at this point. He's an absolute beast and has upside to hit 2k yards honestly. His situation, even though it looks bad on paper because of the talent around him, works in his favor. He's good enough to be the focal point on offense. He just has to hope they don't add too many weapons to take away chances for him. If he can stay the #1 target on that team, he's going to be a huge 1300-1600 yard guy every season. Percy Harvin talent-wise is top 5 honestly. Dude can do everything. He's a good buy low, but you should not expect him to outproduce Josh Gordon in a season until he can prove his ability to stay healthy. Is there a risk drafting Gordon? Yeah, sure. Honestly though, if you want a guy who might just put up the same numbers as Gordon next year for a low cost, I'd think about getting Justin Blackmon.
  8. He's done enough for me as-is but if he wins me my fantasy championship on top of it... GOAT
  9. Same situation as you but I got him in the 10th round of my keeper league :feelsgood:
  10. In 6 games where Josh McCown has played the majority of the snaps, he has had a 90+ QB rating every game. In 4/6 of those games, his QB rating has been over 100. In comparison, in the 7 games where Jay Cutler has played the majority of the snaps, he has had a 90+ QB rating in 5/7 of those games. In 2/7 of those games, his QB rating was over 100. In another 2/7 of those games, his QB rating was below 70. Not sure the sample is large enough here to make any sort of judgment call, but Josh McCown has outplayed him so far this season. Also, Josh McCown has 13-1 TD/INTs, compared to Cutler who has 13/8. A difference of 7 INTs ain't chump change in this league.
  11. There's no way I bench Josh Gordon vs the Patriots. Until the Texans game, the Patriots had held every receiver they've faced to under 100 yards. Yet, this week, Andre Johnson just put up 129 yards when everyone and their mother knows BB is going to gameplan around him. I imagine Talib will be on him, but his hip has been giving him problems since last year and if anyone is fresh enough to take advantage of a gimpy (but elite) CB, it would be Josh Gordon. Start em up.
  12. good. if steve smith can beat him I don't think Gordon will have a problem Tali dominates physical receivers. He crushed Julio when they met. He played Demaryius extremely well despite injury. That said,Talib is gimpy... and Gordon has been about as dominant as you can be this year.
  13. Correction: being thrown at is good for Gordon. He had monster weeks with Campbell too.
  14. What a total beast. He's been a stud WR1 that's been my WR3 all year... valuetown