Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Cbz40, Feb 3, 2008.
***** = Poo
It will be so sweet if that guy, Walsh I think his name is, has tapes or other evidence of taping the Rams final walk through before the Cheats 1st SB. I would love to see Belicheat suspended for a whole year and the world acknowledge that all their SB's should have an asterisk.
We are now 11-8 as a division in the SB.....
19 appearances and 11 wins is pretty awesome, tops in the NFL
AFC East: 6-10 (16)
AFC North: 6-3 (9)
AFC South: 2-2 (4)
AFC West: 6-8 (14)
NFC North: 4-6 (10)
NFC South: 1-2 (3)
NFC West: 6-3 (9)
BTW....the AFC will have 43 and the NFC 41....because the Colts were in the NFL when they beat the Jets....otherwise it would be 42-42
I wonder if Moss will re-sign with the Pats.....
Every single Super Bowl during their run has been decided by 3.....that is insane.
That is why I always root for the NFC in the SB even if it's our division rivals. Who's 5 SB wins is more impressive. Ours having to fight our way through the toughest division in football or the Whiners who were able to get home field advantage throughout the playoffs most of the time because they were practically guaranteed 6 wins a year in their divison?
ESPN just announced that Spag in interviewing for Head Coach with the Redskins tomorrow in DC.
That has me wondering too...he's gonna command some serious cache. I'm sure he will though....they could easily franchise him
Archie Manning should have his sack bronzed and sent to Canton...
You're right, I mentioned this earlier in the game. Giselle was at the game, the Patsies were cursed from the beginning.
BTW, when the Niners went to their SBs....they had the Saints and Falcons (zero appearances)...and the Rams (1 appearance that came before the Niners run). They were in the most mediocre of all divisions in the 80s
Honey, take a picture of me next to Archie's Balls........hahahaha
I just don't think that Randy Moss is a player that puts your over the top. Yes, he's great. But he didn't do it with the Vikings and he didn't do it with the Pats.
He'll put up great regular season numbers. But I think he doesn't have enough to take it to another level. That's why double coverage beats him.
Just my opinion, of course.
He certainly didn't have a good postseason.
Slideshow: "And here's me standing in front of the Superbowl MVP factory..."
:lmao2:Funniest thing Ive read tonight