I read this when it first came out. ****ing awesome, thanks for posting.
Best defense in the league!
Moffitt is amazing. That guy is just too nice, it's so ****ing scary.
I also love how Rob always quickly shout outs "Russel Wilson sighting" when he sees him, you could tell people really like Russ.
In one of the earlier ones from this year Sherman talks about the NCAA and how they need a union for the players. Can't remember what specifically he said, but it cracked me up.
"King Felix has hurled more mega quality starts since 2010 than 14 entire MLB teams."
Living in calgary I got to watch Browner lots. He was good in the CFL. He is AWESOME in the NFL and only getting better.
Funny because I was just saying this to my wife during the last game. Kinda annoying he doesn't get the attention that even some sub par (but big personality) DCs get. Like Rob Ryan getting face time for being Rex's brother, not for being any better than most DCs.The cameras don't often cut to Bradley on the sidelines,
So true. In Philly they have the talent, but not for a wide nine system. They tried mashing guys into roles they shouldn't play. Seattle line has the right skillset for that approach.Seahawks' line looks like the "wide nine" everyone talked about with the Eagles last year, except it actually works.
What is the RRR ?
Okay just googled. Got it
Alright, so I've been in a pool all year. The way it work is, every person puts in $20 to start with 10,000 points. Every week you must put at least 100 on four different teams. That's the only guideline... So for example, I'd have to put at the very least 100 points on for seperate teams four a total of 400 points that week.
So, out of the 80+ people there are only 20-30 or so left... I'm in 6th with 30,000 plus. It's getting pretty right now, and I want to get as much help as I can get, with $1000 or so on the line.
The tricky part is that it's against the spread. This week I wanted to put everything I have on one team to double up and possibly take the lead, but I'm not sure which team to put it all on. So, any help?
I'm leaning towards possibly the Saints or the Packers to cover.
Code:Texans 3 LIONS COWBOYS 3 Redskins Patriots 6 1/2 JETS Sunday BENGALS 8 Raiders Steelers 1 BROWNS COLTS 3 Bills Broncos 10 1/2 CHIEFS Titans 3 JAGUARS BEARS 6 Vikings Falcons 1 BUCS Seahawks 3 DOLPHINS Ravens 1 CHARGERS 49ers 2 1/2 SAINTS CARDINALS 2 1/2 Rams GIANTS 2 1/2 Packers Monday EAGLES 2 1/2 Panthers
If you lose, you're done?
I like the Browns +1 but I couldn't see putting $1000 on the line for it.
I think you're safest with Atlanta -1.
The one spot on this entire defense we could use IMO is a pass rushing linebacker, but I'm not dissatisfied with this group either.
I think the big thing is most of us remember a couple years ago when Red got injured and our run defense went from 5th to 20th or something. He's integral. His job is to blow up the edge of the offense. Any time you see that outside lane blocked, that's all Red. It's a big reason you don't see a lot of guys run to the outside on the Hawks. That 49ers game where we got stomped on, I felt that was most Mebane/Branch's fault, but sometimes you're going to get beat. The 49ers have a beast *** O-line. Top 5 in the NFL IMO.
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Linebackers are one of the least important positions in our defense though. I'd like to see Alec Ogletree or a LB added, but if they go after a receiver or defensive lineman I know why.
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I agree. A linebacker would be a perk, but come draft day we got to be looking offense. Mainly a more consistent right tackle, a good TE, and a WR with speed.
Steelers -1 all day. Coming off a tough loss and Vegas overreacting to Batch starting. Bears at home appeals to me as well. Again coming off a loss, at home, they'll be focused. Ponder is a deadman. Colts probably crush the Bills at home.