NFL week 11 2014

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  1. Riddlewire

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    Wayne has always had a problem with the over-the-shoulder catch. Knocks him down from "very good" to just "adequate" imo. He'd make a terrible baseball player.
     
  2. MrPoon

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    So true! The excuses for Cam Newton are disgraceful. The guy was never good. And as for Foles, I have been screaming at the stupid fans that have all but given up on him. He's special, and ha;f of Philly can't see it at all. Sanchez had a game and a half and they are planning Foles' exit already! I tell you what, Foles just WINS! He just wins. And I have NO DOUBT the Eagles do not get embarrassed like they did today if Foles had played. I have never seen him get killed. He always keeps them in the game and scores when we need to. Wonder what the idiots are thinking now.
     
  3. MrPoon

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    Fleener made that dback look silly. Burned him deep by a mile!!!
     
  4. MrPoon

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    AGAIN!!! Of course COllinsworth saying he pushed off. KEeps his feet in for a beauty!
     
  5. goyim

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    Awesome to see Fleener having this kind of game in front of a national audience.
     
  6. MetalHed

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    Fleener is 6 for 135! Guy is playing like a pro bowl reciever.
     
  7. davidholly

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    NFL refs are terrible, Fleener looked good on that drive but the drive shouldn't have happened. Patriots should have had a safety as a result of the kickoff.
     
  8. Westside

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    This RB Gray is impressing me. If he can run like this the rest of the way, NE is all but certain to vie for the next SB.
     
  9. Georgia Peach

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    Gronkowski just destroyed that negro on a block for that last Gray TD. He drew a penalty for finishing off that block after the whistle, but on the sidelines Gronk was indicating that the negro had been running his mouth all night. I hope Trashen can supply the gifs.
     
  10. MrPoon

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    HOLY SMOKES! That Gronk run was freakin awesome! Just a truck running over the entire defense. Edelman flattened that turd too.
     
  11. MetalHed

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    Gronk is freakin' beast! He cannot be tackled
     
  12. Westside

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    I think I saw the greatest 20 yard tandem TD ever, featuring Gronk and Edelman. Gronk caught the ball, swatted away a couple of affelets, then Edelman lowered the boom with a crushing block to spring Gronk toward the end zone. Gronk not finished trucked another 2 affelets. TD!!!
     
  13. Georgia Peach

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    According to DWF's, Chris Borland is collecting a ton of tackles in large part due to the effectiveness of the interior DL of the 9ers. I learned that while engaged in a discussion with a DWF. That is an interesting fact when you consider that all of the tackles that Willis and Bowman had collected over the past couple of seasons were behind that very same DL. But, if you ask the DWF's they will tell you it was because Bowman and Willis are such great players. I wonder if Willis ever had a 3 game stretch in his career with the same numbers that Borland has produced.

    There really should be a thread here at CF titled "according to DWFs". They make an endless supply of ridiculous statements.
     
  14. foobar75

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    I LOVE Gronk (no homo) and the way he plays! And indeed, how about that block by Edelman to destroy the negro Colt defender while Gronk kept swatting away a few other defenders like flies and bulldozed his way to the endzone! Incredible sequence!
     
  15. Georgia Peach

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    I nominate that play for CF play of the year. That was a thing of beauty. Brady, Gronk, and Edelman team up for an awesome play.
     
  16. Westside

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    Hopefully a CF computer guru will GIF it for tomorrow.
     
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    The Pats are easily the best NFL team right now and seem well balanced. RB Gray played really well and deserves some praise (as well as NE's O-line). Brady looked shaky at times but stayed strong when it counted and showed he's aging like a fine wine. Ninkovich recorded the only sack of the night and is still a force to be reckoned with. And Gronk was Gronk.

    Fleener was the Colts leading reciever with 7 catches for 144 yds. Luck played well considering he had NO run game and the German Bjoern Werner played a solid game with 6 tackles.
     
  18. MetalHed

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    Gronk & Edelman's two man wrecking crew play:

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    Gronk crushing Sergio Brown:

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  19. MetalHed

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    JJ WHAT????

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    That game was truly watchable and enjoyable to say the least. Gronk's play and Edelmans block (with some serious attitude by both) was a thing of beauty. The castebusters on NE were shining tonight, even some great special teams and defensive plays by White players. Heck, even the Whites on the Colts like Luck and Fleener were bright spots.

    Maybe we can hope for a Greenbay vs NE Superbowl and for all the ones we root for here at CF to make for great watercooler discussions, opening the door to talk some truth for "inarguable" issues we here are all too aware of. GB is absolutely dominating right now and Jordy is totally unstoppable and clutch with Rodgers' and his offense looking like a fine-tuned machine. But, it's still a long way and to go.

    At least Brady, Rodgers, Luck, continue to show truly superstar winning qualities and Newton, Griffin, Wilson, Bridgewater (who all lost today), are seemingly falling off their paper perches.

    The League has tried to force these less than stellar guys down viewers throats and with the exception of Wilson (somewhat) people might be waking up from the media-induced fixation on them and actually perceive their limited skill-sets. But that's a big "might be"...
     
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  21. Extra Point

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    While entertaining, using JJ Watt on offense is a mistake.

    You have one of the premier defensive players in the league and you risk him getting injured playing an unfamiliar position. It's a bad coaching decision.
     
  22. Phall

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    look i really hate to point out how stupid some post was from a long-timer:

    injuries happen on kickoffs when guys sprint into each other

    they never, ever on punt on-sets, and it's pretty rare when the returner meets his match of z-force

    so maybe jj watt will never come barreling into some return monkey, but since he's the "best" at making the fumbles… might we want him :D
     
  23. Tannehill17

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    Very true. Here's a gem from the Jaguars forum.

    "If RG3 was 100% healthy every year, I would take him in a heartbeat over Luck. Imagine him throwing to Reggie Wayne and TY Hilton...he'd be just as impressive."
    :rofl:

     
  24. MrPoon

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    A special kind of stupid. The Jax coaches probably agree too, which is why they eternally suck. It's terrible to see what they did to Toby Gerhart down there. He loses his job due to an injury he tried to play tough through? He gets bad Oline play in front of him and abysmal play-calling and that's how you thank him? Giving the job to a flash in the pan?
     
  25. dwid

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    I didn't really watch the games because I have been driving cross country, but this line I have in bold, how many black players would've gotten crap for that? 0.
     

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