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Re: NFL Chatter...'18/'19 Superbowl 2019/02/04 07:18:14 (permalink)
Another one in the can.
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Re: NFL Chatter...'18/'19 Superbowl 2019/02/04 08:12:31 (permalink)
I loved the America the Beautiful and National Anthem renditions...beautiful!
 
The game was for the most part boring although the last field goal and the missed field goal gave me back to back square wins at 3-3!  
 
The halftime show was one of the worst ever.  This is all we got...
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Re: NFL Chatter...'18/'19 Superbowl 2019/02/04 10:19:13 (permalink)
From its lack of fan representation in Atlanta I have to conclude that La Ciudad de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles is now a fútbol and béisbol town.
 
Good luck with having two NFL franchises in a place that first lost the Rams, then couldn't hold the Raiders.
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Re: NFL Chatter...'18/'19 Superbowl 2019/02/04 10:47:56 (permalink)
sad......very sad
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Re: NFL Chatter...'18/'19 Superbowl 2019/02/04 17:23:12 (permalink)
Patriots deserved it, just like all of the other times.  I hate them, but they are disciplined and efficient- to a point that it's boring.  
 
At some point, they'll go away.  I prefer to be entertained by sports.
 
But as far as all of the cheating accusations and Deflategate, those things are a waste of time.  The Patriots win and have sustained their success because they are the best coached team that plays to its strengths, are able to effectively scout and manage talent and put players in the right roles, they manage the salary cap well, and they have a QB who studies and prepares as hard as anyone.
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Re: NFL Chatter...'18/'19 Superbowl 2019/02/10 10:27:34 (permalink)
A local church has a sign out front. Usually it has a cute little play on words to get people to come to church. Now, it says,"Lombardi Trophy Back Where It Belongs". I'm all for the Pats, but even I think that the trophy "belongs" to Green Bay. Some year, they will get it "home".
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Re: NFL Chatter...'18/'19 Superbowl 2019/02/17 12:03:06 (permalink)
Anyone watching the Alliance League games? From the action I've seen, it seems that the defense is way ahead of the offense, or maybe it's the QBs that are the problem.
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Re: NFL Chatter...'18/'19 Superbowl 2019/02/17 12:39:25 (permalink)
I watched part of a game last weekend and the QB play seemed pretty erratic.
 
I wonder how many former NFLers are trying to make a comeback through the new league.  The game I saw had 1 DB who'd played for 5 seasons before injuries got to him, but other than him I don't think there were any recognizable names.
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