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Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Erica, Sep 9, 2011.

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    jedibeaner

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    But I agree with Alex Smith.
    Had high hopes for him.
     
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    Best offensive line. Brady and Brees are still better. Manning if he ever plays again.

    If Rodgers keeps putting up big numbers and winning with average teams for the next 5-10 years, then he will be on par with those 3. Though just looking at this year I'd put him right behind Brady.
     
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    49ers will need an asterisk for their record at the end of the year from having played six of their games against the NFC West. At this point they've won more games than the rest of their division combined.

    I have no idea what to make of the Bears. They sit at a bland 4-3 and face a probable must-win, yet their three loses have come against so of the best teams in the NFL and their wins have been drastically decisive, although they did let Carolina and Tampa back it. If they play up to their potential they have the opportunity to leapfrog Detroit and rid a win-streak until Christmas in Green Bay.
     
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    The Packers won AT Atlanta down 14-0 with like 3 of our starting o-linemen out of the game. It was all Rodgers. He does everything that Brady/Manning can do with the addition to his mobility. The only thing those two have over him is more years in the league (which in turn means more SB appearances/wins).
     
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    It pains me to agree.
     
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    wow 300 hundred rushing, looks my donkeys aren't completely horrendous :)
     
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    7-1 SF. :awesome:
     
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    They should finish at 12-4 or 13-3.

    If they don't I'm declaring shenanigans on the team.
     
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    8-1. \O/
    Ya buddy!
     
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    Philly is sucking on a big one after being deemed the favorites to win it all. If the Patriots lose tonight I won't be able to watch anymore this year lol.
     
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    Well Detroit just got a heavy dose of reality...

    And apparently they only like giving hits and running their mouths when they do it. I don't think I've ever heard a crowd cheer so loud after their own guy gets ejected...

    And I totally almost threw my shoe at the TV when Suh did another one of those numbers when he grabs a helmet, twists, and pulls. Luckily Cutler was already being hit.
     
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    Abel

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    Who else Tebowed after seeing the Broncos win 4 of 5 under Tim Tebow? :awesome: No bandwagon, I actually liked Tebow back in his Florida days and I still do.

    In my personal news, Elite Manning and my Giants are DOMINATING right now.
     
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    Yeah Tebow is the real deal. Not a fan of the NFL, but Tebow is that dude. Love his message and the God he represents.
     
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    *run in circles* Football! No Saints playing so I'll just keep running in circles.
     
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    A real quarterback? No. A guy that wins? Guess so.

    The Broncos should be in good shape over the next two weeks, then it's Bear time. It'll also be Cutler's first regular season game back in Denver.

    Loving how my Bears have been playing. They just keep playing better, yet they have glaring issues to fix. The ceiling is very very high. Don't want to look past the AFC West and Seattle, but that Christmas game is looking to be even more competitive than previously expected.

    EDIT: Thumb is broken on the base of Cutler's throwing hand. Dammit. At least they have a favorable schedule and that great defense and special teams core. And that Forte guy.
     
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    My only concern with the bears is forte, otherwise our defense is beastin it as of late, timmmy doesn't make it look good but as long as he's winning it doesn't need to look good. I'm interested in seeing how their defense is gonna do. I feel pretty confident. This game will also either help me get over Cutler or be happy he's gone, cause right now I feel horrible about getting rid of him
     
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    The less Caleb Haine plays like Caleb Haine, the better.

    And no McNabb to the Bears. It's ten years too late for that move.
     
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    :awesome: Its official, we can just call it now. Tim Tebow is a future Hall of Famer. We're winning out. Our D is beast, our running game is unstoppable, and today we saw some glimpse of a passing game :p. Just give us the Lambardi trophy now cause the Broncos are numero uno. shove aside green bay, The Donkeys are the new champs
     
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    ...lol
     
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    lmao what do you mean lol. You should know. you're from Minnesota. We trampled you guys
     

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