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First up: Texans vs. Bengals
Pumped to watch some good football and hopefully it'll be a good game late.
Foster has it going early.
Another fg 6-0 Texans. We'll see if the bengals can muster a first down on this "drive"
Another 3 and out. Bengals have -17 passing yards
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Titleist627 15 months ago
Haha Schaub throws a pick 6 on a 5 yard out route. 7-6 bengals
9-7 texans at half. It could be 21-0 just as easily as its 9-7.
19-10 Texans with 14 min in the 4th. Cinci has the ball. Both teams have scored 1 touchdown...
Cinnci turns it over on downs with 2:44 left. Looks like NFLaggy will survive and advance.
Pulling for the Vikes tonight in Green Bay
I missed it, what happened to Christian Ponder?
Injured throwing arm in game last week (tendonitis flare up)
Seriously? He threw the ball, what, like 6 times? LOL
Thanks for the update.
This may be the worst QB in the history of the NFL
That's adorable and dripping with sour grapes.
I still want to know how Ponder has an arm issue. Their ENTIRE offense is hand the ball of to AP.
He took a hard fall in the game last week and hit his elbow on a helmet. Aggravated already sore elbow. Came out and threw 10 passes before the game today and was put on unable to play list.
And if you were being sarcastic. I agree, doesn't throw enough to injure his arm.
This post was edited by DSquared2 15 months ago
I was being somewhat sarcastic. It just seems odd that he can have tendonitis in his elbow which is sort of a repetitive use injury...lord knows his arm isnt getting much use except extending to handoff to AP :)
The Ravens D is just completely different when Ray Lewis is playing and the NFL is quickly becoming a joke. The defender turned his shoulder rather than launching into the guy and he STILL draws the 15 yarder.
This post was edited by nein51 15 months ago
Say that to a family member of junior seau
It's gotten to the point where you can't touch a receiver if they don't catch the ball. The receiver ducks his head to protect himself but ends up drawing helmet to helmet. That was a world class bullsh*t chant the crowd had going afterwords though..
The NFL is going to make the call every time there's a helmet to helmet hit. Replay showed helmet to helmet on that play. The defensive guys are going to have to go lower on the hits. Might see fewer concussions and more broken ribs, collapsed lungs, ruptured spleens, bruised kidneys and etc....
But man that was a great hit.
Look, if you want to play flag football there is a church league for that. I take a risk that a car could fall off a rack on me, they take a risk they could get hit. You dont need spearing or helmet to helmet but it has become any time there is a big hit there is a penalty, it's a joke.
The replay slowed down 200% showed that the WR ducked his head and the DB turned his shoulder. One helmet glanced off the other. It wasnt like the DB lowered his helmet into the guy's chest and in real time there is no way the ref saw that. He saw the guy got hit big and flagged it.
The bullstuff chant was pretty cool, as was putting Lewis in as tailback on the last play since that will be his last play in Baltimore.
Autopsy showed no brain damage, so not sure what your point is?
He killed himself because the refs are flag happy?
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