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Not a good look for D.C. Keith Butler https://t.co/fd14lHWSJK

RT @ToneDeRone: @CSNNE @Gary_Tanguay @RutgersU more stuff like this please. The Felger style sports talk gets old...

RT @FieldYates: The Browns have signed LB Jamie Collins to a four-year extension through the 2020 season.

Steelers admit they were surprised by Patriots’ offensive attack https://t.co/vsu3ZtLaxR via @WEEI

@ironcity1176 hey they were 4-5, thought I had something there back in October. But nice job turning the season around

Antonio Brown can't stop his end zone dancing moves. But Malcolm Butler did https://t.co/Jy1lSVJGYZ

Film Study: What the heck were the Steelers doing on defense? https://t.co/cOBeT1aEYE

We're live. Good info from Devin McCourty and Jerod Mayo. We're Quick Firing in a minute. https://t.co/1Qzw3kb3dR

@TMurph207 @koppen67 thank you! Jinx. Jinx? Jinx?? (doing that in my Jim Mora voice)

Already bro 😤😤 you already know how we get down 💪🏾💪🏾 https://t.co/RsW0VWNh4H

RT @TAMU: Aggie Martellus Bennett was recognized by @ForbesUnder30 for 🏈, as well creating books & films! https://t.co/DTIBsTh4lg @Martysau

This...says a lot about the pro bowl. RT @AdamSchefter: Tom Brady will be replaced in the Pro Bowl by Andy Dalton.

If Jamie Collins played for the Red Sox, at least we'd know by now what went wrong in New England. #smearcampaign

Jamie Collins gets paid more than Luke Kuechley after Patriots D got better without him https://t.co/ylmr6w2Nbb

Oh this is amazeballs. I would love to read it. So original. https://t.co/A5bwqL0Q7b

Jamie Collins' four-year deal with the Browns includes $26.5 million guaranteed, making him the NFL's highest-paid ILB, per source.

Going to research for a blog about the Collins' impact on Hightower and then watch @Gotham . May not be back tonight.

@patscap @dpeezyjr I wasn't going to look it up, but i knew Miguel would know

RT @corryjoel: Dont'a Hightower's guarantee will top $26M whether it's from the Pats or some other team. https://t.co/ttPXMbxEam


OT: Anybody here ever play Strat-O-Matic football?

Discussion in 'Fantasy Football' started by oldrover, Mar 17, 2014.

  1. Tunescribe

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    I felt the opposite, but then I played the football game more than the baseball game. The advanced football version was pretty realistic, I thought. I remember with the baseball game, it seemed unrealistically easy to sacrifice runners in from third base.
     
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    My brothers and I played Strat football and baseball (even tried 1 year of hockey and bball) for about 8 years. We had numerous battles, including fistfights over it.
     
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    I loved Stratomatic and am pleased to announce the Pats won my
    personal Super Bowl circa '78 (I may have combined a couple of year's Pats teams - I don't recall)
     
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    I remember once at the end of a football game I missed what would've been a winning (short) field goal. I was so mad I threw a chair (in my mother's dining room, no less).
     
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    The Best of Electric Football - 2008 - YouTube

    The stack method was great strategy ... aligning a player to later bump the ball carrier in a different direction was the ultimate in Belichickism - dual roles players ... all blockers.
     
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    I too started with baseball and went to football. Never played the football game with my brother, but we did a seven game series between the 1980 Phillies (WS winners) and the 1980 Orioles (won 100 games but finished second to the Yanks).

    He was Philly... went up 3-0 on me... and then I went all 2004 on him. He was so angry. LOL... and you could tell it was gonna happen towards the end of game 5. Just seemed inevitable. I think that's what pissed him off so much... he knew what was coming, and was powerless to stop it.
     

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