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4 minutes ago, dmac37 said:

In a full blown sweat. I have Monty and Arob down 170.60 to 170.18, just need one catch by either.

There you go?

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Steve Levy just called a Chicago Bear WR, Robert Woods before correcting himself, what is he drinking from Griese's flask tonight?

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I'm not sure that Foles knows he is allowed to step forward as he throws. 

That wasn't PI v Miller. 

He didn't step into it. Again. 

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Why do punt returners decide not to field them and then just stand there and let them take a random bounce a foot away from their legs?

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5 minutes ago, dmac37 said:

In a full blown sweat. I have Monty and Arob down 170.60 to 170.18, just need one catch by either.

Congrats 

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3 minutes ago, Stompin' Tom Connors said:

Sorry...what do you need?

I'm in the clubhouse and my opponent needs 12 to beat me. He has the Bears D. I think the fumble sack TD probably did me in. Haven't looked yet.

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So they can pull Robinson from the game for sustaining a helmet to helmet shot that the refs don’t flag?

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1 minute ago, barackdhouse said:

I'm in the clubhouse and my opponent needs 12 to beat me. He has the Bears D. I think the fumble sack TD probably did me in. Haven't looked yet.

Our scoring has them at eleven. You might want to check before you curse the day.

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Just now, barackdhouse said:

I'm in the clubhouse and my opponent needs 12 to beat me. He has the Bears D. I think the fumble sack TD probably did me in. Haven't looked yet.

Got it.

FWIW I have the Bears D and we award points for 3 and outs, blocked kicks, etc. Also factor in yardage and point tallies against.

Sitting at 9.25 points. 

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Just now, The_Man said:

So they can pull Robinson from the game for sustaining a helmet to helmet shot that the refs don’t flag?

Great. This is like when they pulled Fitz last year on a helmet to helmet and made the backup QB play instead of throwing the flag.

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Just now, The_Man said:

So they can pull Robinson from the game for sustaining a helmet to helmet shot that the refs don’t flag?

1) Rules continue to be a baffling mystery in the NFL. Remember when no one knew what a catch was?

2) Refs have way too much leeway in all the wrong areas.

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1 minute ago, The_Man said:

So they can pull Robinson from the game for sustaining a helmet to helmet shot that the refs don’t flag?

I think the biggest impact was Robinson's helmet hitting the ground.

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3 minutes ago, The_Man said:

Congrats 

This was tough but I guess I did it to myself. Wanted to play Diontae Johnson instead of Monty but I followed the rankings and volume is king thought.

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Just now, SoBeDad said:

I think the biggest impact was Robinson's helmet hitting the ground.

Agree, that was more helmet to the back of the shoulder pads.

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Completely baffling that the refs pulled arob out on an illegal hit they didn't see but they did actually see it since they pulled him out????

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On 2nd look, almost looks like Graham had a chance to catch the ball and helped assist Ramsey or did I see the replay horribly wrong?

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Hekker sealed that game with his punting.

Mad props to the punter for flipping the field so drastically and making the Bears start inside their ten twice or three times.

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HoF punting right here, boys and girls.

Fascinating techniques on display.

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2 minutes ago, rockaction said:

Hekker sealed that game with his punting.

Mad props to the punter for flipping the field so drastically and making the Bears start inside their ten twice or three times.

Probably Special Teams POTW. Certainly won’t be Gostkowski.

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They might want to look at a looser0fitting helmet for Hecker though.

That's Peyton Manning-level forehead rash going on there. 

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Just now, Ministry of Pain said:

On 2nd look, almost looks like Graham had a chance to catch the ball and helped assist Ramsey or did I see the replay horribly wrong?

Just a tad too high for 6'7"" Graham. Foles was under  pressure and doesn't buy time very well.

FitzMagic would be a great fit in Chicago - he would make Allen Robinson a top 5 WR.

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1 minute ago, SoBeDad said:

Just a tad too high for 6'7"" Graham. Foles was under  pressure and doesn't buy time very well.

FitzMagic would be a great fit in Chicago - he would make Allen Robinson a top 5 WR.

He is a much better bridge QB than Foles. I'm in. 

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Just now, rick6668 said:

Is ARob out still?  Haven't seen him back in.

Most likely concussion protocol. Doubt he gets out of protocol in time to return, and even more so w game likely over 

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Don't know if that throw was terribly inaccurate or Foles doesn't have the strength to get it that far downfield. Poor effort nonetheless.

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Well ok that seems about more representative of how good the Bears are. They looked about this good in each of their previous games as well. It is amazing at 5-2. Don't get it. 

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11 minutes ago, Stompin' Tom Connors said:

HoF punting right here, boys and girls.

Fascinating techniques on display.

I always have been intrigued with punters. Tried to convince my son into training to become a punter, was willing to spend time and money but he wanted no part of it. 

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2 minutes ago, dmac37 said:

I always have been intrigued with punters. Tried to convince my son into training to become a punter, was willing to spend time and money but he wanted no part of it. 

I forget which Bears punter it was, Maynard maybe, talking about teams trying to punt away from Hester and how unbelievably difficult it is to punt a ball out of bounds. To do it accurately anyway.

You could easily under kick the angle too far and give the Bears a short field. And teams did. Or they'd over kick the angle and Hester would burn them consistently. 

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13 minutes ago, barackdhouse said:

Yeah I lost my big FPC matchup by 0.5 because of that last Bears fumble TD.

Oh #### I read it wrong I won. I'm just high.

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