Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by TheGodInAGreyHoodie, Oct 26, 2011.
I want Luck in Miami... IDC
Rex Would NEVER come close to a Super Bowl ever again.
I'll deal w/ [LAB] (Life After Brady) when it comes,
Brady and BB exist on the same plane and they will finish their careers together b/c I don't see Brady being like Farve and sticking around forever.
INDY I hope you win this game
Luck to Miami please
Miami responded with the signing of J.P. Losman who is a 50-50 chance at starting this weekend due to Moore's injury.
Your move Indy.
Gawd I absolutely hated Loserman when he was with Buffalo. I like Fitzgerald.
Then you haven't seen enough of Andrew Luck, and I encourage you to watch more college football and more Stanford. There's no way I'd rather see Luck twice a year than maybe once a year.
Amen to that my brother!
Luck can really spin the ball.
PS: Jets fans are screaming that they are signing Brees this off season.
(A) Can I get a link to that poo?
(B) Why would Brees want to leave New Orleans?
Bravo. Well done.
Meanwhile the Rams are saying to themselves quietly ... What about us?,Don't we stink enough to get some respect on getting Andrew Luck and trading Bradford?
listen St louis let me tell you something this might hurt a little but remember you are playing in the Worst division in the NFL and you will probably stumble to 2 wins this year Miamt and Indy are just as bad as you but they both play harder teams
So I am very sorry but you'll just have to try harder to Suck for Luck
if both go winless what are the tiebreakers -- sos or points scored, or something?
a sincere thank you to bill belichick for not letting us go winless.
Here is a question......
I believe Goodell made a rule that teams at the end of the year are not allowed to sit all thier starters because thier team has clinched a playoff berth and they all must play now.
With Andrew Luck looming in the draft does this also pertain to bad teams that can't sit thier starters as well?
The unlucky team that misses out will have no Luck. :bricks:
There's no way in hell that is a rule. He made a statement that they would create an incentive for teams that don't rest starters but you can't punish teams for resting starters. If he did that it would be totally contradictory to his whole "player safety" spiele. Oh wait, this is Roger Goodell. He's full of contradictions.
no rule, but a league memo was sent out pretty much stating that seating players for any reason and hurting the product on the field is NOT allowed...
Goodell should restate that rule in December when the Luck "competition," as it were, gets heated. Talk about mailing it in.
Yet another reason to avoid an 18-game season.
Even if that is a rule, there is no way to enforce it. The "starters" can just come out and run 1 play and call it a day.
I think if Indy loses out that Goodell should fine Irsay a million dollars and make Indy forfeit their first round pick, which in turn Goodell would give BACK to the NE Patriots as compensation for blatantly trying to screw our franchise and impact the lives of millions of New Englanders....seems reasonable enough to me....:bye2:
Since none of the potential 0-16 teams play one another this season, there is only ONE tiebreaker: strength of schedule.
If that fails, then they go to the coin toss.
Of course you realize we have a hunt in this fight. We play Miami on Christmas Eve, 2nd to last game. If we have things wrapped up by then (not saying we will, but what if), does BB roll out Hoyer or Mallett to see if he can take Miami out of the suck for Luck race?
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