2020 Week 12 NFL

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  1. Leonardfan

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    Caste queen lol. I did not mind him back when he was on NFL Live - this was back in the early 2000s. I also liked the show NFL Matchup - it usually came on or was re-aired at random times in the middle of the night...watched it alot in my college days. I haven't gone out of my way to watch any show like that since 2012 or so. Sorry for the random post.
     
  2. woody39

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    Romos commentary is great, knows his stuff seems non bias aswell, criticised Evans twice in the opening series for the Bucs saying the incompletes are on him not Brady.
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    Kupp an afterthought for the Rams so far.
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    Hill runs one in, only the few other White Saints players on the field congratulate him
     
  5. woody39

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    Had a massive game last week he'll get his targets hopefully soon enough
     
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    Nice blocking by Kupp anyway :D
     
  7. Don Wassall

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    I'm sure he could crush me in like half a minute but I've never respected him as an "analyst." Very tough player and he likely believes all his rah-rah stuff, but one of the worst announcers/analysts, always has been.
     
  8. Leonardfan

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    Oh he's trash now don't get me wrong. Once my eyes were opened to the caste system I quickly caught onto all of these guys and observed their evolution to full fledged caste queens over the years.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    Tampa's offense is so up and down and unpredictable. They look like world beaters at times, but too many other times they're pretty bad.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    I wonder if Antonio Brown has anything to do with it. They seemed pretty good before they decided to bring him on board.
     
  11. woody39

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    Without being too technical and boring Romo is making an excellent point about Arians offense and adapting to having Brady. No pre snap motion to identify coverage and not enough running to set up play action to play to Bradys strengths. Surely having the best quarterback of all time you would adapt a bit to his abilities.
     
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    The joys of having a black OC.
     
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    I don't know enough about it, but I have the impression of Bruce Arians teams often looking like that?
     
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    Antonio Brown is a good receiver but he doesn’t bring anything special to the Bucs offense. The offense was more potent when Scotty Miller was the 3rd receiver because they actually had a deep threat. Now they just have a bunch of possession receivers running around and the offense looks bland with big plays hard to come by.
     
  15. woody39

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    I know Mahomes is a very good quarterback but the Buccaneers defense is awful in the secondary got to get safeties helping cover surely.
     
  16. Don Wassall

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    Supposedly a lot of it is about Tom Brady and his new teammates adjusting to each other, but we're closing in on the end of the season now, they should definitely be more consistent. And Arians has never been a top-notch head coach, more beloved because he's ultra-liberal (mostly black and female coaches). He's an all too common sell-out Southern White man.
     
  17. Leonardfan

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    Brady seems to force the ball to Evans and Godwin quite a bit. He's pressing. Brate should be utilized alot more as he can be a starter on many teams.
     
  18. Leonardfan

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    Kwon "Black Privilege" Alexander with a fumble recovery.
     
  19. Don Wassall

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    Girlfriend beater Tyreek Hill with 203 receiving yards in the first half. Maybe he'll set an all-time record for receiving yards. Wasn't it Matt Jones who was whiteballed out of the league for drinking a beer while on probation?
     
  20. woody39

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    Romos getting annoyed about the lack of play action and lack of player motion to help Brady in the system. He's right. Evans is very inconsistent, Godwin seems ok but nothing spectacular. Brate should be on a favourable match up most of the time with Gronk getting alot of attention.
     
  21. Don Wassall

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    Travis Kelce, the best tight end in NFL history, may be having his career best season this year.
     
  22. Leonardfan

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    Everything that's wrong with this league and society summed up right there. Antonio Brown getting back into the NFL is also a fine example of the privilege blacks enjoy.
     
  23. Leonardfan

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    I am sure Taysom Hill is going to get attacked tomorrow but I have to think with Payton's playcalling he is actually just trying to make this game as quick as possible and be a decent sportsman. I am sure that won't be mentioned tomorrow or even during the telecast of the game now.
     
  24. woody39

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    Brilliant player, Gronk was insane when he was in his prime though.
     
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    True, I was thinking about that, but I think the difference is Kelce's longevity vs. Gronk's injury history and retiring early. Gronk at his best was peerless, but Kelce is great year after year.
     

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