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  1. ToughJ.Riggins

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    It should be a good week. Hopefully Woodhead will be used even more this week- and hopefully Peyton Hillis is getting fully healthy and will dominate against the Super Bowl champs (who's run D isn't stellar). Anyone got a live stream for the Browns-Saints game?
     
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    Hillis has a good chance of having a 100 yards rushing today. The Saints can give up lots of rushing yards at times and Peyton should be at 90 percent for the game.
     
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    Hence why I hope we find a live stream for the game! Hillis should go over 100 if he is healthy enough!
     
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    Tough, here's the stream i'm going to try. hopefully it'll be a good one.
     
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    Thanks JC. I think cultural Marxist justin.tv usually has streams as well. They cut off my ability to make comments during the Stanford-USC game last year when I kept mentioning how Gerhart was only recruited as a FB by USC and basically every other FBS school other than Stanford. This was despite breaking the California H.S career rush record and running a 4.48 (when the NFL median 40 time for starting RBs is about the same). I also mentioned that Toby was only listed as a FB by Rivals who also only had one white WR in the top 100. That's when telling the truth got my ability to make comments cut off. [​IMG] Edited by: ToughJ.Riggins
     
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    Shanle is inactive. So is St.(e)Clair for Browns, which may be a good thing even though Pashos is out.
     
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    fuuuck, Elam drops an interception. that was so bad for Browns. at least a great return so now it's down for Peyton to punch it in!
     
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    Fat Bastard just gave Chad Hall a carry and it went for 8 yards.
     
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    anyone got a working link for the Browns game? mine doesn't seem to be working ...
     
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    Fujita with a sack! they were propping him up and he is coming through for the Browns.

    Kampman with a sack.

    Chad Hall is definitely involved in the game plan, outside of his carry for 8, he was also targeted in the passing game on last drive. Edited by: backrow
     
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    thanks, Argos! [​IMG]
     
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    wow untouched TD for Peyton!!!!
     
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    Peyton and the left side of that Browns o-line are looking dominant. touchdown Juggernaut!
     
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    Maybe after today the Saints fans will be happy when Shanle gets back and stop whining about how they need more "speed' and "affleticism" at linebacker
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    Haha, his celebration even reminded of the Juggernaut.
     
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    Thanks for the links y'all! Hillis already has a TD. Hopefully he'll get another 100+ yard game!
     
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    ºEagles offense is suddenly fun to watch! Hall running the ball, Cooper split out wide, Celek at TE and Owen Schmitt making catches and moving the chains!!!

    oh and they have Garrett Mills as well!

    PS TD Brian Finneran!

    and now Fujita with an interception on Brees! Edited by: backrow
     
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    Fujita with an interception. Saints fans must be wondering how such a "slow unathletic" linebacker could do such a thing.
     
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    LOL an afflete tried to run the ball for the Browns and he fell to the ground without anyone touching him. Affletic "athleticism" at its finest.
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    after 3 great plays by Danny Amendola, return, catch and run and a reverse, the announcers was wondering how this guy, who: "is not a big man, is not a fast man (hic)" makes plays? WTF.
     
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    Because he's damn agile backrow and he has burst- and after adjusting to the ball in the air, he VERY rarely drops the ball.
     
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    Danny Amendola and Davone Bess= similar players.
     
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    and now TD Danny Amendola! his first this season
     
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