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  1. I can’t wait to see it. I actually haven’t seen that first documentary that they sold on Amazon that good good reviews. I’ve seen Darkside of the Ring and the WWE set which was amazing. That territory is something I could watch documentaries on for forever like some people can with WWII or something.

  2. 49 minutes ago, Cobra Commander said:

    It’s sorta like documentaries where you figure out which figures might not be alive because they’re not being interviewed.

    Random note: when it comes to a Texas Death Match, I figured out that if you have a heel that’s shameless enough, they should tap out quickly to certain holds to make it a rope break to get the hold released. Then they should refuse to break a submission hold if the face taps quick to get a hold released.

    That’s pretty genius because not only is it a good idea, but it’s an idea that could be done pretty easily with the help of a Tony Schiavone type announcer who asks dumb questions about what’s going on in the ring like he’s surprised, then answers them to influence the viewer who buys it for some reason, us included. The bad guy could steal the match that way without killing the good guy’s heat. Then the good guy could reexplain what he figured out happened on TV the next weeks and they have a rematch, just as 1 example. That could go a ton of ways.

  3. I believed Rodgers was coming back less times that I believed Favre wasn’t coming back. Rodgers saying he was just trying to bizarro world match that would be a GOAT troll move, but he’s not clever enough to hatch that scheme.

    Hines Ward was awesome. 

  4. On 12/17/2023 at 8:12 PM, The Great ML said:

    Nah, Morton meant that when he said it 20 years ago. He only now says Kevin was smart to the business because he worked with him and got a decent pay day out of it.

    Yep…agreed. And he still thinks it and is still right. I hated that match. That was an alltime old wrestler low point for me like Heroes of Wrestling is to many people. 

    I still love ole Ricky Morton though. I hate that he has nothing but he could be in worse shape. Some guys his age who lost it all were in much worse shape this many years later.

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  5. And he made that INT because he hit his own man wow. 

    Now serious question…did the Eagles coach go for the touchdown because he would rather win or lose now vs play in OT way out in Seattle on a Monday night late in the season when they’re already in the playoffs?

  6. Well I was sure wrong about the Eagles answering. Wow. I still think they’ll pull this out but no thanks to that. I don’t know why they even tried that. They had the lead and they were hitting the 10 yarders easy.

  7. Trent Williams might have been the real difference. Skill players in SF stay hurt. That’s how Deebo became a part time RB and that’s how CMC came to town. 

    Know what else though? I can recall 2 pretty good quarterbacks who had a nasty 3 game skid early in their 2nd season. Tom Brady and Brett Favre. Yeah it happened if you want to look it up. Meanwhile others have had way worse 2nd seasons before their HoF inductions. So I think Williams was the difference but I also think Purdy is that good, having tasted his own blood even. 

    Meanwhile Pete Carroll probably just cost his team this tie. I think the Eagles would have went on down the field and scored afterwards anyway but still what an alltime coaching screw up. 

     

  8. 7 hours ago, supremebve said:

    I used to work for a large retail store and we had our store brand for almost every snack food.  If you were to look closely at the label you'd see that the store brand and the name brand both were exactly the same other than the name and the price. They just negotiated a deal with Planters to throw some of their nuts into a jar with a different label.  Jacoby Brisset is as good as Deshaun Watson except the Browns are paying the name brand price. 

    I worked at a Roses for 4 years lol I learned all kinds of stuff like that. 

    The Seahawks are going to make a game out of this but it looks like Hurts is going to have a flu game. 

    Meanwhile think of what the 49ers did to these teams. Wow. 

  9. It was almost INT’d also yes. The WR definitely made a play. That doesn’t make me as mad because I’ve seen enough GOAT TD:INT ratio stats that don’t make it to January. Neither does a missed call or 2, but that was 4 while Cris Collinsworth sells it as Fran Tarkenton.

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  10. Cris Collinsworth is taking this opportunity to lose his mind over this certain quarterback because all of the others out of the group that he’s grouped them into hasn’t done well on SNF this year. That last play Lamar Jackson was great but holy crap every single OLman was holding for that entire play. That’s what the player was saying after the play, not OMG Jackson is so good. Wtf.

  11. 24 minutes ago, Kevin Wilson said:

    Watching the success of James Cook since Brady took over as OC makes me think Dorsey wasn't just a scapegoat but an active part of the problem. Bills offense has looked totally different since Brady took over. I do wish they could get Diggs more involved but they stopped forcing the ball to him and letting the run game cook, its just clicking so much better.

    There’s no question it was Dorsey. Cook wasn’t even getting the touches let alone the yards with him. Then in the game that got him fired there were 2 TD drives that were all runs. There’s just no way that anything else besides McD having to tell his OC to run the ball until it quits working, is what happened. 

  12. I feel sorry for that WR and Fields. Fields has been busting his ass every bit as hard as Jerry Rice. He’s just not that good and it doesn’t help that he catches every bad break like that today. And I still remember the story about him taking a loss earlier in the year so hard that he sat wherever he first sat in the lockerrom after the game for 4 hours or whatever it was.

    If Zach Wilson has a concussion then it really doesn’t matter. He has bullshit for brains already.

    They just threw a flag on the Bills for a personal foul, on a play where the penalized player didn’t touch the other player. I think technically that has happened like when they call tripping, but this wasn’t tripping.

  13. And because I have to say what I think about the Bills every week…I’m pulling for them but I just don’t know if they can go toe to toe with the Cowboys just because it’s the 3rd big game they need to step up in. Had they not missed that 1 play to Gabe Davis and won that Eagles game, they would be on the biggest late season run in history maybe. As it is if they win out they’re still on the ballot IMO.

  14. I have the Dolphins vs Jets on and Tony Romo just LOL’d at the Aaron Rodgers question, and added “he’s not coming back to the roster.” The next play would have been a sack had Wilson not tossed it to a guy’s feet. Then play after that was a sack. Tony LOL’d again and said something that I can’t remember exactly but it was some like “not being this OL.”

    As for the Dolphins, they might be frauds but I still respect that they’re doing 1 thing and 1 thing only - the 1 thing that works every time. If they don’t like it that much they should stop it. Until then they’re not going to lose.

     

  15. I hate Sean Payton lol I want to know more about that too. I had the Lions respectfully written off. They weren’t what I’d call frauds but they were similar to the Bills last year. To me they were the preseason heartthrob team that proved to be legit, but just couldn’t keep going full steam for such a long season. I was wrong. They came back today. 

  16. Ted Ginn Jr is a more interesting discussion than quarterback breakdown number 10,000 IMO. He was that good, but he never had a deep ball dime guy, and the 2 guys he had were mentioned there. At the end with Brees I don’t know how he even had the energy put on his helmet. If that were many other WRs there would have been a meltdown. 

    RIP Franco an alltime great.

    Staley and the Chargers are being overanalyzed because it finally happened after a longer than usual wait. The world wanted him gone since the playoffs. The mad fans wanted him gone since before then. I do think they need to rebuild but they need to start with the foundation and the poles, not the drapes. Herbert has been knocked around as bad as Josh Allen or anybody else. Get an OL and TEs that can block. Keep the skill players you can’t afford to get rid of yet and replace them when you can. 

  17. I’m sure that’s interesting. I’ll have to check it out when I’m in a more serious mood. Did any corporate stable ever last? Would the WWF one count? I’m not a WWF expert but I’m assuming that one was atleast booked towards what it turned into, and maybe even technically existed beyond what it once was. All of the other corporations were big giant corporations for a short while then poof they were gone. Meanwhile the stables with the worst spending habits lasted lol!

  18. The Giants aren’t the most fundamentally sound team because they’re on their 100th quarterback but besides that they look like a new team. They’re motivated and having fun. Their coach is even having fun. He looked like a ran over pile of dog s%^+ the 2 others times I seen them this year. 

    I like how they trusted Barkley at the end with those last runs after he fumbled before. Don’t think that those yards didn’t matter because that was the most shook I’ve ever seen a kicker. He was straight shook, and Troy even hinted at it, but he made the kick. Kickers deserve credit like was talked about in the other thread. Even if every kick isn’t a record, just the fact that they have ice for blood all the time isn’t talked about enough. The one last night did not, but he still drilled the kick. 

     

  19. 2 hours ago, BobbyWhioux said:

    YouTube’s algorithm has started offering up original broadcast footage of games from the 70s and 80s and seeing how the game used to be really drives home the ridiculous degree of slack modern linemen get when bowing up in that V shape for pass protection. Especially since the game’s so pass heavy now that they line up like this so frequently. No wonder Toney couldn’t tell he was offside: the tackles are deeper in the backfield than the slot receiver.

    No wonder so many teams suck at running the ball: it’s the only time the OL lines up legally, and that tips the play to the defense

    I was thinking about something similar watching the Dallas DL, Ends, and LBs control that game last night. They’re dang good, I’m not disputing that, but at 1 time there were quarterbacks in the league who would have burned them every time down the sidelines deep by standing there until the last second before launching it. They don’t even try that anymore. I know 1 reason is because they would rather score the normal Xs and Os way while protecting the quarterback yes, because the quarterbacks would still always get drilled. 

  20. I don’t know about the blue line but I do know that a skill player lining up offsides gets called every time even though it doesn’t happen often similar to an illegal shift or a player not being set. I don’t know that me being told to check with the ref in highschool every play is indicative of anything here either but that’s sure what I was told and what I did. 

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