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  1. Sigh. No one listens to Rippa on this board.
  2. NY Jets Buffalo Baltimore Cleveland Minnesota Dallas Atlanta Carolina Green Bay Indianapolis Tennessee LA Chargers Denver LA Rams Seattle Philadelphia Tiebreaker #1: Winning margin in Ariz/LA Rams 2 Tiebreaker #2: Kirk Cousins passing yards vs Det 325 Tiebreaker #3: Total points in Dal/NY Giants 47
  3. I had a pretty good November. Can someone hook me up for mad money for one good month too?
  4. New Orleans Tampa Bay Arizona Miami Cleveland Baltimore Houston Chicago Kansas City Indianapolis LA Chargers Washington Seattle Philadelphia Green Bay Buffalo Tiebreaker #1: More passing yards, Rivers or Roethlisburger Rivers Tiebreaker #2: total points in Tenn/GB 47 Tiebreaker #3: Matt Ryan passing yards vs KC 257
  5. Ehh. You can argue MLB stats pre-integration shouldn't be recognized either. Or that Negro League stats not against the white leagues shouldn't be. Heck, MLB counts the Federal and Player's League stats - and those were poor imitations of leagues. Shoot, you can argue the quality of play in certain eras of MLB aren't totally valid (like the AL in the 50's aside from the Yankees Dynasty or the Deadball Era and 19th Century baseball in general). Last I checked, Cy Young was still credited with 511 wins and...it's a real stretch to think an 1890's pitcher could beat a decent college tea
  6. Yeah. MLB clearly went into this with rose-colored glasses. You can argue the merits and rightly call adding the Negro League stats as gentrifications and pure PR shucksterism. You won't be wrong. This is MLB patting itself on the back. But there's a lot of bad to this that MLB sort of ignored - willingly or not. But focusing on the good - There is a lot to be said about the Lord's work the researchers have done in going through game recaps and box scores to get stats. The researchers really need to be commended for the work they did. And one can hope this will also open
  7. LA Chargers Buffalo Green Bay Indianapolis Tennessee Tampa Bay Baltimore Miami Minnesota Washington Dallas LA Rams Arizona Kansas City Cleveland Pittsburgh Tiebreaker #1: Patrick Mahomes passing yards vs NO 355 Tiebreaker #2: Winning margin in Jax/Bal 27 Tiebreaker #3: Antonio Brown receiving yards vs Atlanta 0
  8. LA Rams Houston Tennessee Carolina Dallas Kansas City NY Giants Tampa Bay Seattle Indianapolis Green Bay Atlanta New Orleans Washington Buffalo Cleveland Tiebreaker #1: Winning margin in Bal-Cle 4 Tiebreaker #2: passes thrown by Ben Roethlisburger vs Buffalo 2 Tiebreaker #3: Andy Dalton passing yards vs Cincinnati 325
  9. NY Jets Atlanta Chicago Indianapolis Tennessee Miami Minnesota LA Rams Seattle Green Bay LA Chargers Kansas City Pittsburgh Buffalo Baltimore Tiebreaker #1: Josh Allen rushing yards vs SF 75 Tiebreaker #2: winning margin in NYG/Sea 24 Tiebreaker #3: interceptions thrown in Vegas/NYJ 8
  10. Detroit Dallas Pittsburgh Miami Atlanta Buffalo NY Giants Tennessee Cleveland Minnesota Arizona New Orleans LA Rams Kansas City Green Bay Seattle Tiebreaker #1: Russell Wilson passing yards at Phi 375 Tiebreaker #2: total points in KC/TB 57 Tiebreaker #3: total number of punts in NYG/Cin 9
  11. Arizona Baltimore Carolina Cleveland New England Pittsburgh New Orleans Cincinnati LA Chargers Miami Indianapolis Minnesota Kansas City Tampa Bay Tiebreaker #1: Patrick Mahomes passing yards vs Las Vegas 355 Tiebreaker #2: total points in GB-Ind 59 Tiebreaker #3: Derrick Henry rushing yards vs Baltimore 74
  12. Robbed was too harsh. My bad. Denny was a perfectly acceptable choice. He gave up less Hits, Walks and Earned Runs. He also lead Soto in WAR and ERA+. Soto threw 31 more innings, with 15(!) more complete games and 103 more K's. Plus Denny was pitching on a pennant winning club and the 83 Reds...were not that. But like you said, Soto was another case of a Reds pitcher who had bad luck with another pitcher being a (even if a smidge) better.
  13. Tennessee Tampa Bay Cleveland Detroit Green Bay NY Giants Miami Buffalo Denver Pittsburgh Seattle New Orleans Baltimore Minnesota Tiebreaker #1: Dalvin Cook rushing yards vs Chi 135 Tiebreaker #2: Cam Newton passing yards vs Bal 135 Tiebreaker #3: Total points in Buf/Az 42
  14. And Mario Soto was robbed in '83 to John Denny's out of his head season. Not saying Denny was the worst choice, but Soto had a good argument. And GOD were the '83 Reds REALLY REALLY shitty.
  15. He has the mullet. No chance he does not have both.
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