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  1. #2911
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    Quote Originally Posted by KobeOwnSU View Post
    Thatís good because the rumors were wrong haha they just announced the schedule and we play VS Miami and @ Chargers instead of colts and chiefs after the Ravens and Steelers.


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    That's a relief, especially since both teams beat us when we needed to win. There's no easy games for us. The NFC east is supposed to be the easy part, but we do not fare well on the east coast.
    The D better play well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbacknick View Post
    That's a relief, especially since both teams beat us when we needed to win. There's no easy games for us. The NFC east is supposed to be the easy part, but we do not fare well on the east coast.
    The D better play well.
    If there are no easy games on the schedule, you are the easy game.

  3. #2913
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    More wins than losses. Such a simple wish. Can we do that this year?

  4. #2914
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    5-12
    "We don't take what the defense gives us; we take whatever the hell we want." - Al Davis

    ONE NATION, DOMINATION, RAIDER NATION!

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    Quote Originally Posted by donofdacourts View Post
    The part about being GM makes him no different than Brady.
    Itís funny comparing the two. Seems like brady gets praised while Rogers gets criticized.

    But Iíd there really much difference between the two- except that brady played for a better coach/gm? Riders had better stats throughout his career with less talent. The offensive line coach in NE is pretty much the main deference.

    But we see when the talent around brady depleted, he played horrible. So he goes off to a loaded team- and guess what- wins again. Iím really rooting for Rogers. Hopefully we can get him, but if not, I think he deserves to win another one.

  6. #2916
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    Hey, if Rogers and the like want to pick the bosses, let him make the payroll and sign the checks. Jack ***** like Rogers continue to make it about business and not the game and as a fan Iím sick of the inmates running the asylum. Between the politics and this catterwalling from wanna be GMs like Rogers itís becoming increasingly difficult to enjoy the entertainment value in pro sports. Again I say let him pony up the payroll money and he can make all the decisions he likes. Until that time he should understand his role in all of this, he can play or quit.

    Kaepernick has a spot on the couch all warmed up for his new buddy...
    The Second protects the First, always has and always will...

  7. #2917
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    Quote Originally Posted by slvr&blck760 View Post
    5-12
    Possibly the worst prediction of the season.
    Why? We were 8-8 with the 30th ranked d.
    We improved a lot at de, improved a lot at cb, greatly improved at fs. And improved a little at dt.

    On o we finally got a rt. We got an underrated we in brown(who has already had 1k seasons) an improved upgrade over agholor. A good back up rb.

    How did we get worse? Lol

  8. #2918
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    1 Baltimore they will try to run the ball right at us. We have two very bad lbs against the run. They will run on the outside all day. 0-1
    2 Steelers - bad o line with an aging, fatter Ben. 1-1
    3 Dolphins tua gets exposed. Defensive game. 2-1
    4 Chargers bad o line. 3-1. Our d steps up
    5 Bears a terrible offense gets dominated by our d. 3-1
    6 Broncos Broncos bad o line gets us a win. 4-1
    7 Eagles we win by 20+ points. 5-1
    8 Giants giants run the ball well to the outside. Exposing our weakness. 5-2
    9 Chiefs we play them hard at home. 6-3
    10 Bengals win by field goal. Expose over rated burrows. 7-3
    11 Cowboys horrible d. Win by 20+. 8-3
    12 Redskins outstanding defense dominates us. 8-4
    13 Chiefs lose at kc 8-5
    14 browns lose to run heavy browns. 8-6
    15 Broncos sweep 9-6
    16 Colts too much talent on colts d and a dominant o line. Lose by field goal. 9-7
    17 Chargers we are better than anyone thought. Chargers get exposed. Our cover 3 will make a huge difference. Pick 6 from moehrig. 10-7

    Ngaque has 10 sacks. Crosby has 9.
    Brown has 1000 yards.
    Waller has 1000 yards.
    Jacobís has a 1000 yards 10 tds.
    Moehrig has 4 picks.
    Kwaitkoski has 105 tackles.
    Carr throws for 30 tds, 9 ints. 4500 yards.

  9. #2919
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    Quote Originally Posted by LJ4ptplay View Post
    If there are no easy games on the schedule, you are the easy game.
    lol , can't argue with that. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by corralski View Post
    Hey, if Rogers and the like want to pick the bosses, let him make the payroll and sign the checks. Jack ***** like Rogers continue to make it about business and not the game and as a fan Iím sick of the inmates running the asylum. Between the politics and this catterwalling from wanna be GMs like Rogers itís becoming increasingly difficult to enjoy the entertainment value in pro sports. Again I say let him pony up the payroll money and he can make all the decisions he likes. Until that time he should understand his role in all of this, he can play or quit.

    Kaepernick has a spot on the couch all warmed up for his new buddy...
    What's going on in his head is the real concern. Maybe his off the field assertations are the real concern. Maybe he's not a viable option because of that. Human nature always thinks the grass is greener on the other side. Mayock nd Gruden better be damn well sure if they pull the trigger on this.

  11. #2921
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    Quote Originally Posted by corralski View Post
    Hey, if Rogers and the like want to pick the bosses, let him make the payroll and sign the checks. Jack ***** like Rogers continue to make it about business and not the game and as a fan Iím sick of the inmates running the asylum. Between the politics and this catterwalling from wanna be GMs like Rogers itís becoming increasingly difficult to enjoy the entertainment value in pro sports. Again I say let him pony up the payroll money and he can make all the decisions he likes. Until that time he should understand his role in all of this, he can play or quit.

    Kaepernick has a spot on the couch all warmed up for his new buddy...
    The game bro... it hasnít been about the game in ages. This is a business first and foremost. You should have zero issues with the players making it about business when the teams are all business. If you donít like that, I get it but thatís the reality.

  12. #2922
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueFan420 View Post
    The game bro... it hasnít been about the game in ages. This is a business first and foremost. You should have zero issues with the players making it about business when the teams are all business. If you donít like that, I get it but thatís the reality.
    Employees do not dictate who their bosses are, sure they can whine about overhead, but if you don't like who your leadership/employers are, leave. Simple as that really. He has enough assets to retire more than comfortably. They have a nice gig. You can play for a few years, retire with more money than the average person, and rest on your laurels for the rest of your life. Yes it is a business, but it is also a game. Players are...players, they play, they are entertainers, they are not owners or executives who are the true businessmen. Sure, the players make a lot of money and their decisions concerning their career affect their present, future, and those around them, but in the end THEY are being paid to play a game. To work for the owners, to entertain the masses, so that the owners and the NFL can make money doing their business.

    "...prone to stoogery.".

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    Listen if your boss hired your replacement, Wouldn't you start to look after yourself as well? That is exactly what Rodgers is doing.

    He is gonna do what he can to make life easier for himself... Being close to LA is what he wants, Even if he doesn't host Jeopardy,

    I love Carr.... But, He is not Rodgers by a long shot.... We are instantly better with Rodgers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfe-Raider View Post
    Employees do not dictate who their bosses are, sure they can whine about overhead, but if you don't like who your leadership/employers are, leave. Simple as that really. He has enough assets to retire more than comfortably. They have a nice gig. You can play for a few years, retire with more money than the average person, and rest on your laurels for the rest of your life. Yes it is a business, but it is also a game. Players are...players, they play, they are entertainers, they are not owners or executives who are the true businessmen. Sure, the players make a lot of money and their decisions concerning their career affect their present, future, and those around them, but in the end THEY are being paid to play a game. To work for the owners, to entertain the masses, so that the owners and the NFL can make money doing their business.
    If this was a normal job sure but itís not so treating it under those rules isnt advisable.

  15. #2925
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    Quote Originally Posted by sicknick12 View Post
    Listen if your boss hired your replacement, Wouldn't you start to look after yourself as well? That is exactly what Rodgers is doing.

    He is gonna do what he can to make life easier for himself... Being close to LA is what he wants, Even if he doesn't host Jeopardy,

    I love Carr.... But, He is not Rodgers by a long shot.... We are instantly better with Rodgers.
    And we have to show interest to either make Denverís offer crazy high to impact their future or to prevent him from going there.

    Mahomes, Rodgers and Herbert in the same division puts us in a very difficult spot.

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