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  • Birthday 09/26/1976

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    Stuff. Not good. Not bad. Just...stuff.

    We were stationed over in Germany from 2014 to 2017, but the people that lived in the house we rented before us had their satellite TV set up so it picked up British channels (Sky, ITV, BBC, and so forth). British politics is so much more fun to watch than the American version for the reasons that you've just described. People openly yelling at each other, cheers and boos from the gallery, that sort of thing. It really is insane.
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    The four best offenses in the NFL (in terms of points scored) are in the Conference Championship Games and you can make a convincing argument that the worst one of the four is quarterbacked by Tom Brady.
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    2019 NFL Draft

    Draft order has been updated with the four teams that lost on Divisional Playoff Weekend.
  4. First time watching NXT UK for me, but that was a really solid show all the way around. The tag match that started everything off was outstanding.
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    2019 NFL Draft

    Draft order has been updated with the four teams that lost this weekend.
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    Pro Football Talk is reporting that Kliff Kingsbury might pay his (very small, apparently) buyout and resign as USC's offensive coordinator to pursue NFL opportunities. Both the Jets and the Cardinals asked for permission to interview him, and USC said no. It's PFT, so digest as much salt as you feel necessary, but it's still something to keep an eye on, apparently.
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    It's rare that I'll cheer for an NFC North team, but man, everything about Philadelphia can pretty much go eff itself. Doesn't mean I'd cheer for the Bears beyond this week or anything, though. . .unless they wind up playing New Orleans, who can also go eff themselves.
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    2018-19 NCAAF: GOIN' BOWLING!

    ESPN has decided to do away with their "Coaches Film Room" for the National Championship, which was the best thing about the broadcast, and replace it with. . . The Monday Night Football Film Room Because why just listen to this crew suck for NFL games when you can listen to them suck for college games, too?
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    Offseason in Jacksonville appears to be off to a rip-roaring start.
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    According to the Twitters, the following teams can be ordered by the NFL to appear on Hard Knocks this coming offseason: 49ers Broncos Cardinals Dolphins Giants Lions Raiders Washington You'd think the Raiders would damn near be a lock, given their current circumstances.
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    Woof. And not in a, like, "Dawg Pound" way, either.
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    Bruce Feldman is reporting that Manny Diaz will be the new head coach at Miami. Manny Diaz was hired to be the head coach at Temple seventeen days ago.
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    I understand what you're saying, but what were the other options? Case Keenum - sucked in Denver Sam Bradford - Not even in the league anymore Teddy Bridgewater - Would have loved to see him stay, but the Vikings knew more about his condition than I do. A.J. McCarron or some shit - No They were down at 30 in the draft, so they weren't really in a position to draft a guy. I guess they could have drafted Lamar Jackson or something, but behind Minnesota's offensive line he would have gotten a serious case of David Carr Syndrome. Minnesota has, at most, three NFL-caliber offensive linemen. The talent level on the o-line is so far behind the rest of the roster it's ridiculous. He's the Vikings' QB for the next two years. . .I just hope everyone can get their shit together during that time.
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    Florio said during the SNF halftime that people are "keeping an eye" on Minnesota. I don't think that means Mike Zimmer is gone. It might mean that Rick Spielman is on the way out, but I'd still be surprised by that, too.
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    2019 NFL Draft

    For those of us that aren't participating in the 2018 NFL playoffs. . .damn it. . .it's time to start looking at the 2019 NFL Draft. Here are how the first 20 picks look right now. The team records and Strength of Schedule (the first tiebreaker) are there as well. Some of these might shift slightly due to SoS after the Colts/Titans game, as some of them are pretty close together. Arizona Cardinals (3-13, .527) San Francisco 49ers (4-12, .504) New York Jets (4-12, .506) Oakland Raiders (4-12, .547) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11, .523) New York Giants (5-11, .527) Jacksonville Jaguars (5-11, .549) Detroit Lions (6-10, .504) Denver Broncos (6-10, .523) Buffalo Bills (6-10, .523) Cincinnati Bengals (6-10, .535) Green Bay Packers (6-9-1, .488) Miami Dolphins (7-9, .469) Atlanta Falcons (7-9, .482) Washington Redskins (7-9, .486) Carolina Panthers (7-9, .508) Cleveland Browns (7-8-1, .516) Minnesota Vikings (8-7-1, .504) Tennessee Titans (9-7, .520) Pittsburgh Steelers (9-6-1, .504) Seattle Seahawks (10-6, .484) Baltimore Ravens (10-6, .496) Houston Texans (11-5, .471) Oakland Raiders (from Chicago Bears, 12-4, .430) Philadelphia Eagles (9-7, .518) Indianapolis Colts (10-6, .465) Oakland Raiders (from Dallas Cowboys, 10-6, .488) Los Angeles Chargers (12-4, .477) ------------ Spots 29 and 30 will be filled by the teams that lose the Conference Championship Games. Spot 31 will be filled by the team that loses the Super Bowl. Spot 32 will be filled by the team that wins the Super Bowl. Three teams do not have first-round picks. They are all playoff teams: The Dallas Cowboys (picked owned by Oakland), the Chicago Bears (pick owned by Oakland), and the New Orleans Saints (pick owned by Green Bay). I'll keep this updated as it gets changed.