2016 NFL Week 6

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  1. Riggins44

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  2. Quiet Speed

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    Both Fleener's and Josh Hill's TDs in the second half were huge plays for Saints.
     
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  3. Don Wassall

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    Aaron Rodgers is off his game again. Playing like he's punchdrunk, I don't get it.
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    Raiders get beaten soundly by the Chiefs, Falcons leading Pete's Plantation. . .
     
  5. celticdb15

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    Packers front7 is excellent, secondary sucks. Aaron Rodgers getting outplayed by Dak Is embarrassing to our cause!!
     
  6. Thrashen

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    Another TD for "Measley Beasley," as the marble-mouthed caste know-nothing, Shannon Sharpe, has repeatedly called him. Cole has been fantastic this season and is on pace for 1,000+ yards.
     
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    Cowboys OL and Zeke Elliot just manhandling Packers defense at this point, Pathetic.

    Packers have serious problems to address.
     
  8. PHillisFan

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    Despicable Seattle escapes with a win over Atlanta. Matt Ryan pass bounces off Julio Jones' hands and gets intercepted. These afleets get praised for their big numbers but when it comes to crunch time they choke.
     
  9. MetalHed

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    And a non-call for PI gives Seattle the win.
     
  10. PHillisFan

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    Dan Quinn had every right to go ballistic on the sideline. The zebras knew if they called it the game would be over on a fg. The refs once again doing everything possible to help Seattle.
     
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    Now that Krappernick is the QB for the 49ers I wonder which team the biased refs will favor when San Francisco plays Seattle. Their heads will probably explode.
     
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    Well the BLM media will say that the Toucan needs to get acclimated to the offense, this was his first time out. They'll say we can judge him after 10 games or so! :afro:
     
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    I already saw an SFGate article defending the Toucan, talking about how it's too bad he can't play nose guard, linebacker, etc. They correctly point out that part, that the whole team stinks, but never mentioned it while Gabbert was the QB.
     
  14. CrazyFinn

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    It's always a bad day when Seattle wins. With GB not looking right all year, there aren't any other teams in NFC other than MIN to root for. These Blackhawks are a legit threat to make a SB run, I just hope someone can step up and stop them. When it comes to the NFC, I'm in the "anyone but Seattle" camp.

    On the AFC side, we have NE starting to fire on all cylinders, here's hoping they can stay healthy all season, especially Gronk who is unstoppable when he's on his game.
     
  15. Old Scratch

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    Vindictive Roger Goodell robbed from Tom Brady 4 games of his prime. Brady has been utterly spectacular through his first 2 games, tossing for an 83% accuracy this game (without merely game managing), throwing a wrench into the narrative about a supposedly brewing QB controversy.
     
  16. Leonardfan

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    Luck to Doyle for the TD.

    I didn't see much of the Packers game but the Cowboys are running so many simple passing plays for Prescott - alot of drag and crossing routes. It really is baffling me that these teams are not catching on to this.

    Zenner played well - I caught alot of the Detroit game - he is easily the most complete back they have - good runner, receiver and in pass protection. The Lions had a 4/5ths white Oline too. It wasn't a terrible game to watch IMO.

    Also glad to see Cousins lead the Redskins to their 4th straight win.
     
  17. Flint

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    The Cowboys dismantling of the Packers is going to lead to the coronation of Dak Prescott and the new afrolete savior at Qb. Especially with Newton not playing well. Prescott was on the cover of Sports Illustrated and the post game noise I heard mentioned that Prescott has now supplanted Romo as the Cowboys starting QB. As usual the "can't lose your postion because of injury" does not apply to white players.
     
  18. Flint

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    If the Lions could get a white TE (maybe local favorite Jake Butt/UM in next years draft) or a receiver and at least one white guy on defense then the team would be a possible caste favorite. Although having a white running back makes any team in the league "white friendly".

    Edit: the Lions do have one white defensive player seeing snaps and that is DE Anthony Zettel rookie out of Penn State. He's a good one and after a suitable racial apprenticeship may be a fixture on the d-line.
     
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    Can someone tell me why Brian Hartline is still unemployed? Is there something wrong with him? He went out last seasob with 400+ yards in his last 5 games. It is completely mystifying!
     
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    While watch NFL Redzone earlier, I was thinking the same thing. Maybe it has some to do with being a pale face. F'n league.
     
  21. Leonardfan

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    Osweilier was being crucified all broadcast and he came up big at the end of the game to tie it up.
     
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    Yep, great to see. (((Uncle Al))) all but wrote Osweiler off as a bust during the game, the a-hole
     
  23. Leonardfan

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    Great post-game interview by Osweiler as well. A real stand up guy and really came through in the clutch. Luck continues to be hampered by a lack of talent around him, especially the Colts defense. Jack Doyle should become TE #1 shortly for the Colts and C.J. Fiedorowicz had a real nice game for Houston as well.
     
  24. Leonardfan

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    Big Ben is out for an unspecified amount of time to undergo surgery on a torn meniscus. The Crawfords play the Patriots next week and they should get run over.
     
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    I see Cam had another one of his crybaby pressers after the game with a pimp hat and all lol.
     

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