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  • "Everybody was worried about Eli. Everybody except Eli. "I never doubted myself," he would say. "I never lost confidence. I love being in New York. ... I knew it was the right place. It just takes time."

    Yes, class act indeed. Glad he walked away with a ring.

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    • Originally posted by Wide_Right View Post

      "Everybody was worried about Eli. Everybody except Eli. "I never doubted myself," he would say. "I never lost confidence. I love being in New York. ... I knew it was the right place. It just takes time."

      Yes, class act indeed. Glad he walked away with a ring.
      Iggles fans will miss Eli too. The Iggles are 23-10 vs the Midgets since he joined their roster.

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      • Originally posted by HOGSVRR View Post


        That still doesn't negate your hero's Tiny Hands Wentz continuing his fumbles. He sucks at protecting the football.

        I am glad any time Jerry Jones loses out on anything! Iam not a Cowboy fan.
        Are we talking Wentz or Dave Kreig? I remember all his fumbles despite all his winning. I also remember a game in KC where he was sacked 7 times by Derrick Thomas, but still won the game.

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        • NFL Playoffs - Wildcard Round

          Saturday, January 4

          Buffalo Bills at Houston Texans (3:35 p.m. - ABC / ESPN)
          Tennessee Titans at New England Patriots (7:15 p.m. - CBS)

          Sunday, January 5
          Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints (12:05 p.m. - FOX)
          Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles (3:40 p.m. - NBC)

          all times Central

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          • A fun little thing I saw in Twitter yesterday. If all the one-score games in the league throughout the course of the year went the other way, here's what the final standings would have looked like:

            AFC East
            1. Buffalo (11-5)
            2. New England (11-5)
            3. Miami (3-13)
            4. New York Jets (3-13)

            AFC North
            1. Baltimore (10-6)
            2. Cleveland (9-7)
            3. Cincinnati (9-7)
            4. Pittsburgh (7-9)

            AFC South
            1. Tennessee (9-7)
            2. Indianapolis (8-8)
            3. Jacksonville (7-9)
            4. Houston (5-11)

            AFC West
            1. Los Angeles Chargers (12-4)
            2. Kansas City (11-5)
            3. Denver (7-9)
            4. Oakland (4-12)

            =====================

            NFC East
            1. Dallas (13-3)
            2. Philadelphia (10-6)
            3. New York Giants (7-9)
            4. Washington (4-12)

            NFC North
            1. Minnesota (12-4)
            2. Green Bay (8-8)
            3. Detroit (7-8-1)
            4. Chicago (5-11)

            NFC South
            1. Tampa Bay (10-6)
            2. New Orleans (8-8)
            3. Atlanta (7-9)
            4. Carolina (7-9)

            NFC West
            1. San Francisco (11-5)
            2. Los Angeles Rams (9-7)
            3. Arizona (7-8-1)
            4. Seattle (4-12)

            ===========================

            PLAYOFFS

            AFC Wildcard

            #6 Kansas City at #3 Baltimore
            #5 New England at #4 Tennessee

            #1 Los Angeles Chargers
            #2 Buffalo

            --------------------------------

            NFC Wildcard
            #6 Los Angeles Rams at #3 San Francisco
            #5 Philadelphia at #4 Tampa Bay

            #1 Dallas
            #2 Minnesota

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            • Originally posted by HOGSVRR View Post


              That still doesn't negate your hero's Tiny Hands Wentz continuing his fumbles. He sucks at protecting the football.

              I am glad any time Jerry Jones loses out on anything! Iam not a Cowboy fan.
              You are a Turds fans and a Trumpanzee!

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              • Originally posted by wscsuperfan View Post
                A fun little thing I saw in Twitter yesterday. If all the one-score games in the league throughout the course of the year went the other way, here's what the final standings would have looked like:

                AFC East
                1. Buffalo (11-5)
                2. New England (11-5)
                3. Miami (3-13)
                4. New York Jets (3-13)

                AFC North
                1. Baltimore (10-6)
                2. Cleveland (9-7)
                3. Cincinnati (9-7)
                4. Pittsburgh (7-9)

                AFC South
                1. Tennessee (9-7)
                2. Indianapolis (8-8)
                3. Jacksonville (7-9)
                4. Houston (5-11)

                AFC West
                1. Los Angeles Chargers (12-4)
                2. Kansas City (11-5)
                3. Denver (7-9)
                4. Oakland (4-12)

                =====================

                NFC East
                1. Dallas (13-3)
                2. Philadelphia (10-6)
                3. New York Giants (7-9)
                4. Washington (4-12)

                NFC North
                1. Minnesota (12-4)
                2. Green Bay (8-8)
                3. Detroit (7-8-1)
                4. Chicago (5-11)

                NFC South
                1. Tampa Bay (10-6)
                2. New Orleans (8-8)
                3. Atlanta (7-9)
                4. Carolina (7-9)

                NFC West
                1. San Francisco (11-5)
                2. Los Angeles Rams (9-7)
                3. Arizona (7-8-1)
                4. Seattle (4-12)

                ===========================

                PLAYOFFS

                AFC Wildcard

                #6 Kansas City at #3 Baltimore
                #5 New England at #4 Tennessee

                #1 Los Angeles Chargers
                #2 Buffalo

                --------------------------------

                NFC Wildcard
                #6 Los Angeles Rams at #3 San Francisco
                #5 Philadelphia at #4 Tampa Bay

                #1 Dallas
                #2 Minnesota
                Is this like similar in saying that the standings would be X if you postulated that The Winning Team in each game now scored less than The Losing Team?

                These are always funny to me as it negates that a team scored more than another team and won the game.

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                • Originally posted by wscsuperfan View Post
                  NFL Playoffs - Wildcard Round

                  Saturday, January 4

                  Buffalo Bills at Houston Texans (3:35 p.m. - ABC / ESPN)
                  Tennessee Titans at New England Patriots (7:15 p.m. - CBS)

                  Sunday, January 5
                  Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints (12:05 p.m. - FOX)
                  Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles (3:40 p.m. - NBC)

                  all times Central
                  I'm so glad Seattle didn't get the 10:00 am game like they usually do as a Wild Card. 1:40 pm is a much better start for them and any West Coast team.

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                  • Originally posted by Runnin' Cat View Post

                    Is this like similar in saying that the standings would be X if you postulated that The Winning Team in each game now scored less than The Losing Team?

                    These are always funny to me as it negates that a team scored more than another team and won the game.

                    That would have made SFU a playoff team with 1-loss! Last few seasons they'd have been national champs and undefeated!

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                    • Originally posted by wscsuperfan View Post
                      A fun little thing I saw in Twitter yesterday. If all the one-score games in the league throughout the course of the year went the other way, here's what the final standings would have looked like:

                      AFC East
                      1. Buffalo (11-5)
                      2. New England (11-5)
                      3. Miami (3-13)
                      4. New York Jets (3-13)

                      AFC North
                      1. Baltimore (10-6)
                      2. Cleveland (9-7)
                      3. Cincinnati (9-7)
                      4. Pittsburgh (7-9)

                      AFC South
                      1. Tennessee (9-7)
                      2. Indianapolis (8-8)
                      3. Jacksonville (7-9)
                      4. Houston (5-11)

                      AFC West
                      1. Los Angeles Chargers (12-4)
                      2. Kansas City (11-5)
                      3. Denver (7-9)
                      4. Oakland (4-12)

                      =====================

                      NFC East
                      1. Dallas (13-3)
                      2. Philadelphia (10-6)
                      3. New York Giants (7-9)
                      4. Washington (4-12)

                      NFC North
                      1. Minnesota (12-4)
                      2. Green Bay (8-8)
                      3. Detroit (7-8-1)
                      4. Chicago (5-11)

                      NFC South
                      1. Tampa Bay (10-6)
                      2. New Orleans (8-8)
                      3. Atlanta (7-9)
                      4. Carolina (7-9)

                      NFC West
                      1. San Francisco (11-5)
                      2. Los Angeles Rams (9-7)
                      3. Arizona (7-8-1)
                      4. Seattle (4-12)

                      ===========================

                      PLAYOFFS

                      AFC Wildcard

                      #6 Kansas City at #3 Baltimore
                      #5 New England at #4 Tennessee

                      #1 Los Angeles Chargers
                      #2 Buffalo

                      --------------------------------

                      NFC Wildcard
                      #6 Los Angeles Rams at #3 San Francisco
                      #5 Philadelphia at #4 Tampa Bay

                      #1 Dallas
                      #2 Minnesota
                      Some Dallas fan dreamed this up.

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                      • Originally posted by WT_TKW View Post

                        Some Dallas fan dreamed this up.
                        It was similar for GVSU fans in 2014 when the Lakers were the best 6 win team in the country.

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                        • Originally posted by Runnin' Cat View Post

                          Is this like similar in saying that the standings would be X if you postulated that The Winning Team in each game now scored less than The Losing Team?

                          These are always funny to me as it negates that a team scored more than another team and won the game.
                          That was a stupid exercise because it failed to take into account the actions of the winning team.

                          Hypothetical: Lions are up 7-0 with 1:00 left in the game and the 49ers have the ball at their own 20. They fail and turn the ball over on downs. The Lions now have 1st and 10 on the 49ers 20-yard line. They will kneel twice and the game is over. If they "had to win by two scores," they'd kick the field goal.

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                          • Originally posted by Brandon View Post

                            That was a stupid exercise because it failed to take into account the actions of the winning team.

                            Hypothetical: Lions are up 7-0 with 1:00 left in the game and the 49ers have the ball at their own 20. They fail and turn the ball over on downs. The Lions now have 1st and 10 on the 49ers 20-yard line. They will kneel twice and the game is over. If they "had to win by two scores," they'd kick the field goal.
                            This hypothetical is invalid. The Lions being up is impossible.

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                            • Originally posted by IronOre View Post

                              This hypothetical is invalid. The Lions being up is impossible.
                              Did you see their game yesterday? They were up 17-3 at the half on Green Bay.

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                              • Originally posted by IronOre View Post

                                This hypothetical is invalid. The Lions being up is impossible.
                                Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post

                                Did you see their game yesterday? They were up 17-3 at the half on Green Bay.
                                The Lions led in 14 of their 16 games this year. The only two games they didn't lead were Week 14 vs Vikings (20-7 L) and Week 15 vs the Bucs (38-17 L).
                                Last edited by KleShreen; 12-30-2019, 07:35 PM.
                                2021 D2Football Fantasy Champion

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