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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done

crystal falace 9:51 Thu Mar 10
NFL (since 2016)
Free agency started last night and was pretty crazy some huge money being spent.

Osweiler getting £18m a year for the Texans, leaving the Broncos without a QB,

Giants have spent a fortune on good but not great players, Oliver Vernon has more guaranteed money than JJ Watt.

lots more deals but cant be bothered to list them all.

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Far Cough 11:35 Mon Nov 29
Re: NFL (since 2016)
At the moment, Vikings couldn't beat a blind school

Nutsin 1:49 Mon Nov 29
Re: NFL (since 2016)
This Niner Viking game is some game!

Both teams came to play today! Can

southbankbornnbred 12:31 Mon Nov 29
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Agree that the list of potential SB winners is long, although I always tend towards experience (HCs, QBs etc) - so expect the Patsies, Pack, Chiefs and others to step up as the play-offs get close.

Jets still miles behind most. But we saw a tiny bit of progress today. Not just the much-needed win, but also the way Wilson stepped up and the defense (finally!) had a shut-out half.

Small steps.

Takashi Miike 10:57 Sun Nov 28
Re: NFL (since 2016)
your boys against the Vikings will be a good game, could be very high scoring

Nutsin 10:23 Sun Nov 28
Re: NFL (since 2016)
I’ll be cheering u on Mike, anyone but Seattle.

Takashi Miike 10:06 Sun Nov 28
Re: NFL (since 2016)
I'll tell you tuesday morning 😂

seriously though, we have turned a corner but there isn't a lot of room for any more bad days. trying to cover lockett & metcalf will show how far we've progressed. that and flattening wilson

Nutsin 9:52 Sun Nov 28
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Who is that Mike


Takashi Miike 9:49 Sun Nov 28
Re: NFL (since 2016)
you didn't even mention the most in form team

Nutsin 9:36 Sun Nov 28
Re: NFL (since 2016)
This year there is no clear cut favorite in either conference, this year seems to be the most open it has been for years.
AFC you have:

Bills who are having some tough results as of late.
Titans also losing, Henry and AJ Brown k ow both on IR
Colts are coming on strong right now
New England looking good
Bengals look like they’ve turned the Corner
Chiefs coming good but look beatable
Chargers are hot n cold but look real good when hot.
Ravens too are hot and cold.

NFC you have

The Cards who appear to be in the driving seat
Rams are overrated a loss this week could see them start to panic.

Packers are beatable
Cowboys are beatable
Bucs are beatable, Losing to the colts right now.
Saints are in trouble now that their QB is out
Vikes are hot and cold, Run defense is a big problem for them
Eagles not consistent good Defense though
Niners are too Inconsistant, Garoppollo can stink at times.

Not easy to see who the super bowl teams will be yet and we are in week 12…..

Could see a couple of wild card teams make the Super Bowl this year.

El Scorchio 3:32 Fri Nov 26
Re: NFL (since 2016)
It’s insufferable having to put up with that fucking cunt Romo commentating on the cowboys. Wanking himself dry over everything that goes their way and being audibly gutted every time it doesn’t. Have some fucking professionalism.

So this result is extra pleasing.

Takashi Miike 3:09 Fri Nov 26
Re: NFL (since 2016)
easily the worst refereeing team I've seen. the offside call on the raiders centre was disgraceful. these cunts get homer refs every home match

Hermit Road 7:50 Thu Nov 25
Re: NFL (since 2016)
The Thanksgiving games are a nice little mid week treat

southbankbornnbred 10:25 Wed Nov 24
Re: NFL (since 2016)
TM - totally agree, mate.

That’s exactly what he should have done. As you say, it’ll be hard to unpick that now.

He may have to sacrifice Ulbrich (DC) for some grey hairs.

The defence has no bite, no penetration and no sense of togetherness. A gnarled old fucker needs to come in and instil some passion and nous into that group. We thought that’s what Saleh would do as HC, but he’s inadvisably hands-off with the defence.

Rex runs a very different defence (probably incompatible with Saleh’s philosophy), but would have been ideal otherwise. Say what you like about Rex, but his defences were always fired-up, tough and hard to read.

Somebody like Lewis could help Saleh a lot if the HC won’t call defensive plays.

Far Cough 7:18 Wed Nov 24
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Trunds, he's had mental issues before apparently and recently suffered a concussion when he swerved his car to avoid a deer in the road

Still. let's hope he gets the help he needs

Lee Trundle 6:53 Wed Nov 24
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Looks like Everson Griffen has gone nuts with a gun in his hand.

The Vikings have sent a mental team round with the police to his gaff after some weird postings on SOCIAL MEDIA.

Takashi Miike 1:14 Wed Nov 24
Re: NFL (since 2016)
SB, as I said weeks ago. he could do with an older head in the place, one that's been there and dealt with the pressure before. it may be too late to do it now, and may spread uncertainty to his coordinators but maybe employing someone like marv lewis or rex on a consultant basis would have worked before the season started. it takes a lot of maturity, and confidence though to go that route with a former head coach alongside you. that's why even though I've had my moans this season, rivera bringing del rio in as our DC was a great decsion

southbankbornnbred 11:49 Wed Nov 24
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Hermit - it was absolutely ludicrous and a failure compounded by the fact that he did it TWICE within a few minutes.

Saleh is really struggling, despite all of his waffle words in front of the media. He talks a great game. It's just that we have never seen that game on the field. Not once, really.

I like the guy as a person and I want him to turn it around. But the grim reality - there for all to see now - is that he wasn't quite ready to be an NFL head coach when he got the job (which was my fear at the time). I just hope that he learns to adapt quickly, or he's going to be another over-hyped co-ordinator who sinks fast.

southbankbornnbred 11:43 Wed Nov 24
Re: NFL (since 2016)
I see that the other lot in New York have ditched Jason Garrett as OC.

His (lone) star has fallen considerably in the past few seasons.

Hermit Road 12:08 Tue Nov 23
Re: NFL (since 2016)
"Robert Saleh used up two time-outs in the first 8.5 minutes of the third quarter against the Fish."

That's ludicrous.

On the subject of new coaches, the Eagles' coaching team looks like it is growing into the role along with Jalen Hurts and the rest of the team. Both NY teams up next and then maybe heating up nicely at the right time for a run into the playoffs.

Takashi Miike 11:24 Tue Nov 23
Re: NFL (since 2016)
the skins at home v seattle @ evens looks a very good bet this week. seattle look horrible, and we're due to get more weapons back on the offense

southbankbornnbred 8:54 Mon Nov 22
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Btw, the chaos of what is really going on at the Jets' sideline was summed up by one simple fact on Sunday:

Robert Saleh used up two time-outs in the first 8.5 minutes of the third quarter against the Fish.

He, and his coaching staff, have such poor communication and he is so raw and inexperienced at game management that he wasted two second half time-outs shortly after half-time. The team was barely ready to call a play, so he had almost nothing left for the clutch period at the end of the 4th quarter when the game was close.

The guy is simply NOT the coach he was presented as, a situation made worse by the fact that, with his team imploding, he point blank refuses to call defensive plays: the bit he does know about.

He's just not ready to be a head coach. Yet. He'd better fucking step up soon enough.

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