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  • Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post

    that did make mookie laugh

    al davis woulda had them kneel to fuck off the stillers. just tie baby
    Al Davis would have called Art Rooney and said, "what's it worth to ya?"
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    • Originally posted by MichVandal View Post

      So should +40 Tom Brady get a unique Hall of Fame place?
      Yes

      Originally posted by French Rage View Post

      Kind of like pre-95 and post-95 Bonds for MLB?
      no
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      Originally posted by Kepler
      When the giraffes start building radio telescopes they can join too.
      He's probably going to be a superstar but that man has more baggage than North West

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      • Originally posted by Slap Shot View Post

        In '86 he threw for 3,000 yards with 24 TDs and 10 INTs in 13 games. A team with a terrible running game and their leading receiver was a TE with only 58 receptions.

        Also I didn't say he was all-World but the fact is they've ****ed so many playoff games down their leg since their last SB it's a joke including 6 NFCCGs.
        Don't get me wrong. I loved Tommy Kramer. He was one of my Vikings' heroes growing up (along with Darrin Nelson, Leo Lewis, Anthony Carter, Joey Browner, Carl Lee, and Chris Doleman).

        That being said, my original post referenced "historically great" quarterback play. I read that as Hall of Famers. Tommy Kramer had some great moments, and certainly has sentimental greatness (I still have my youth Vikings uniform costume with the #9 jersey around somewhere). He was not historically great.

        Also, I don't disagree with your statement about blowing playoff games. No franchise has lost more playoff games (30) than the Vikings. Yet, I love them so. ; )
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        • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
          Minnesota, Chicago, and Miami are all looking for new coaches this morning.

          Las Vegas likely is too, but hard to announce that while your team is in the playoffs.
          And now the Giants are on that list.
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          • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
            Las Vegas likely is too, but hard to announce that while your team is in the playoffs.
            Notre Dame did.
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            • Originally posted by Russell Jaslow View Post

              And now the Giants are on that list.
              At least for them, we already know they are going to get whatever is left- since they have stated they will hire a GM first, and then the GM will hire a coach. At least that should help them narrow the choices by elimination, I suppose.

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              • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

                Notre Dame did.
                They hired their interim guy anyway. If the Raiders were doing that they would’ve announced by now. Pretty sure they’re holding out for Harbaugh.
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                • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post

                  They hired their interim guy anyway. If the Raiders were doing that they would’ve announced by now. Pretty sure they’re holding out for Harbaugh.
                  So they can go from one overrated coach to another overrated coach?
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                  • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post

                    They hired their interim guy anyway.
                    We did? That's good.
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                    • The Associated Press 2021 NFL All-Pro Team, as selected by a national panel of 50 media members.
                      OFFENSE
                      QB Aaron Rodgers GB
                      RB Jonathan Taylor IND
                      TE Mark Andrews BAL
                      WR Davante Adams GB
                      WR Cooper Kupp LAR
                      WR Deebo Samuel SF
                      LT Trent Williams SF
                      RT Tristan Wirfs TB
                      LG Joel Bitonio CLE
                      RG Zack Martin DAL
                      C Jason Kelce PHI
                      DEFENSE
                      EDGE T.J. Watt PIT
                      EDGE Myles Garrett CLE
                      DL Aaron Donald LAR
                      DL Cam Heyward PIT
                      LB Darius Leonard IND
                      LB Micah Parsons DAL
                      LB De'Vondre Campbell GB
                      CB Trevon Diggs DAL
                      CB Jalen Ramsey LAR
                      S Kevin Byard TEN
                      S Jordan Poyer BUF
                      SPECIAL TEAMS
                      PK Justin Tucker BAL
                      P A.J. Cole LV
                      KR Braxton Berrios NYJ
                      PR Devin Duvernay BAL
                      ST J.T. Gray NO
                      LS Luke Rhodes IND
                      A bad cause requires many words.

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                      • Originally posted by SonofSouthie View Post
                        The Associated Press 2021 NFL All-Pro Team, as selected by a national panel of 50 media members.
                        OFFENSE
                        QB Aaron Rodgers GB
                        RB Jonathan Taylor IND
                        TE Mark Andrews BAL
                        WR Davante Adams GB
                        WR Cooper Kupp LAR
                        WR Deebo Samuel SF
                        LT Trent Williams SF
                        RT Tristan Wirfs TB
                        LG Joel Bitonio CLE
                        RG Zack Martin DAL
                        C Jason Kelce PHI
                        DEFENSE
                        EDGE T.J. Watt PIT
                        EDGE Myles Garrett CLE
                        DL Aaron Donald LAR
                        DL Cam Heyward PIT
                        LB Darius Leonard IND
                        LB Micah Parsons DAL
                        LB De'Vondre Campbell GB
                        CB Trevon Diggs DAL
                        CB Jalen Ramsey LAR
                        S Kevin Byard TEN
                        S Jordan Poyer BUF
                        SPECIAL TEAMS
                        PK Justin Tucker BAL
                        P A.J. Cole LV
                        KR Braxton Berrios NYJ
                        PR Devin Duvernay BAL
                        ST J.T. Gray NO
                        LS Luke Rhodes IND
                        Not a big deal I guess but Samuel over Jefferson is a miss imho.

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                        • Originally posted by Slap Shot View Post

                          Not a big deal I guess but Samuel over Jefferson is a miss imho.
                          Samuel by 1 vote.
                          A bad cause requires many words.

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                          • Originally posted by Slap Shot View Post

                            Not a big deal I guess but Samuel over Jefferson is a miss imho.
                            I don't have a problem with Samuel. Yeah, he had 220 less receiving yards and four less receiving touchdowns than JJ, but the rushing dynamic that Samuel brought to SF was pretty dramatic for them. He had another 8 touchdowns rushing, and 365 yards. I'm pretty sure it was that component that put him ahead of people like JJ and Chase.
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                            • Originally posted by SJHovey View Post

                              I don't have a problem with Samuel. Yeah, he had 220 less receiving yards and four less receiving touchdowns than JJ, but the rushing dynamic that Samuel brought to SF was pretty dramatic for them. He had another 8 touchdowns rushing, and 365 yards. I'm pretty sure it was that component that put him ahead of people like JJ and Chase.
                              Yeah for the first 8 weeks he was the team.

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                              DisplacedCornellian Hahaha. Thread over. Frenchy wins.

                              Test to see if I can add this.

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                              • This is the most interesting first round of the NFL playoffs I can remember. Even with every team I have the least interest in (Seattle, Jets, Miami) out, there are still a majority of matchups I will watch and care about:

                                OAK
                                CIN ... I don't care, they will always be Oakland.

                                NE
                                BUF ... F I N I S H . T H E M !

                                PHI
                                TB ... No interest. Two incredibly boring teams.


                                SF
                                DAL ... Classic rivalry.

                                PIT
                                KC ... Another great matchup and a chance to see Rapey go out on a slab.

                                AZ
                                LA ... Zzzzzzzzzzzz.
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