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  1. Mr. Bloom, I'm banging my head all morning...Lacy or Blount?
  2. New England 23 Seattle 21
  3. Curtis Painter beat out David Carr. As always, please stay healthy, Eli.
  4. Even if he was stealing stuff he doesn't deserve the death penalty. While this is true, it doesn't answer my question. Just seems to me like this could have been avoided if he were home vs this guys yard at 2AM.
  5. Why is a 14 year old riding his bike at 2AM?
  6. Pretty good day to be a Yankees fan! Great win last night! Nova looked like a Major League starter again. All things considered, the pitching has been fantastic this year and is THE reason this team is 8 games over .500 at this point in the season. This team is using it's backup first baseman, backup LF, 3rd string 3B, and 5th string SS and the lesser offensive half of their catching platoon. The Captain is finally beginning his rehab tonight and ARod (while I can't stand him, he should be better offensively than what's been there all year) and Nunez are on their way back. Granderson should be back in another month, just in time to catch the Sox. If Pineda can give them anything, this team will make a serious run. If all Brian Cashman does is lock up Cano long term in the second half, I will be very happy. I understand he's no Rickie Weeks, but he just might be the best 2nd baseman in baseball!
  7. Well that didn't last long
  8. OK, Bobby. Put the pipe down. This is what got to me the most. At least Gary Tuck has some sense.The ARod thing didn't bother me as much.
  9. Boston's gonna love this guy :rollseyes: Is it going to be like this all year? I even hate reading his quotes because I hear his Muppet voice.
  10. I HATE the Giants, but that says a lot to me right there. Total underachieving underdogs with a murderous playoff schedule and came out with 2 rings. Impressive. Cinderella-esque.No one is saying they weren't impressive runs - they absolutely were. The problem I have is calling Eli a HOF based on it when the Giants defense never gave up more than 20 points in any of those games. I find it interesting that Eli has lost every playoff game where the defense allowed more than 20 points.You just have a problem with Eli since he asked out of San Diego. 8 years, 2 impressive playoff runs, and 2 rings later and maybe the guy was right. Let it go.Is he a HOFer yet? No, because he still has plenty of time to reach another super bowl (or 2), to pad his stats, to become a better QB.He has built a great foundation that will put him in the conversation when he finally does hang it up.
  11. Did you grind that axe to the handle yet, or what?
  12. tiny correction, Ben has been to 3.Sorry. He played so poorly in that first one, I forgot. That and I try to forget that SB since the Steelers were appointed Champions that year.
  13. well the main reason in the AFC is: NE Pit Indy one of these 3 teams pretty much go to the Superbowl every year recently. SD hasnt made the playoffs in 2 seasons because AJ smith has had some downright terrible drafts and the Defense is putrid.Understandable, but I am pretty sure Eli beat the Nearly Perfect Patriots.Plus, the Giants went through 2 really tough NFC teams in the Packers and Niners this year. I think those teams whould be on par with Pitt and Indy teams of the past.
  14. While I think Norv Turner is the #1 reason the Chargers have not reached the Super Bowl, Phillip Rivers has to be a disappointment by now, no? We heard for years how Eli was not as good as Rivers, the Giants gave up too much, blah, blah, blah...but what has Rivers done? They have had a good enough defense. They have good weapons on offense. It's a mystery. Ben has been to 2. Eli is in his 2nd.
  15. I wonder what Eli's stats would look like if he played 8-10 games a year inside a dome.