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JPizzack
05-26-2011, 11:51 AM
when moorehead posts pictures... thats when i know i've won
</P>


hahahaha</P>

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 11:52 AM
You guys didnt like my gifs? =\</P>


ok i'll shutup now. [:'(]</P>

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 12:01 PM
<DL class=glossary>
<DT id=.5B.5BQuarterback_.28American_football.29.7Cgun slinger.5D.5D class=glossary><DFN>gunslinger (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quarterback_%28American_football%29)</DFN>
<DD>
<DL>
<DD>Term for a quarterback who plays with an aggressive and decisive manner by throwing deep, risky passes. These quarterbacks usually possess the strong arm needed to throw deep effectively. </DD></DL></DD></DL>


i would also add forcing balls into tight spaces

i'd say thats pretty accurate.

</P>


I can agree with that.</P>




i fail to see where moorehead would say that it was inaccurate
</P>


Goofy guys who fall down when no one touches them, who panics in the face of a pass rush and throw foolish passes into coverage as a product, are not gunsligers.</P>


Don't confuse ill advised, drive killing decisions with aggressivness.</P>


</P>

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 12:02 PM
wow did you guys read this? http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=6590118

Barry Bonds is going to pay Bryan Stowe's children through college.</P>


guess he isnt a complete piece of **** afterall. lol</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 12:10 PM
<dl class="glossary">
<dt id=".5B.5BQuarterback_.28American_football.29.7Cgunsli nger.5D.5D" class="glossary"><dfn>gunslinger (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quarterback_%28American_football%29)</dfn>
</dt><dd>
<dl>
<dd>Term for a quarterback who plays with an aggressive and decisive manner by throwing deep, risky passes. These quarterbacks usually possess the strong arm needed to throw deep effectively. </dd></dl></dd></dl>


i would also add forcing balls into tight spaces

i'd say thats pretty accurate.

</p>


I can agree with that.</p>




i fail to see where moorehead would say that it was inaccurate
</p>


Goofy guys who fall down when no one touches them, who panics in the face of a pass rush and throw foolish passes into coverage as a product, are not gunsligers.</p>


Don't confuse ill advised, drive killing decisions with aggressivness.</p>


</p>

goofy guy that falls down, whether true or false, has absoultely NOTHING to do with the definition of being a gunslinger

by ur definition of that then Brett Farve wasn't a gunslinger

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 12:12 PM
wow did you guys read this? http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=6590118

Barry Bonds is going to pay Bryan Stowe's children through college.</p>


guess he isnt a complete piece of **** afterall. lol</p>

i never thought he was really a piece of ****...

he hated the media nad took alot of **** form them.. Giants fans love him

dezzzR
05-26-2011, 12:14 PM
<dl class="glossary">
<dt id=".5B.5BQuarterback_.28American_football.29.7Cgunsli nger.5D.5D" class="glossary"><dfn>gunslinger (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quarterback_%28American_football%29)</dfn>
</dt><dd>
<dl>
<dd>Term for a quarterback who plays with an aggressive and decisive manner by throwing deep, risky passes. These quarterbacks usually possess the strong arm needed to throw deep effectively. </dd></dl></dd></dl>


i would also add forcing balls into tight spaces

i'd say thats pretty accurate.

</p>


I can agree with that.</p>




i fail to see where moorehead would say that it was inaccurate
</p>


Goofy guys who fall down when no one touches them, who panics in the face of a pass rush and throw foolish passes into coverage as a product, are not gunsligers.</p>


Don't confuse ill advised, drive killing decisions with aggressivness.</p>


</p>his true colors are starting to show, eagle green.

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 12:15 PM
<DL class=glossary>
<DT id=.5B.5BQuarterback_.28American_football.29.7Cgun slinger.5D.5D class=glossary><DFN>gunslinger (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quarterback_%28American_football%29)</DFN>
<DD>
<DL>
<DD>Term for a quarterback who plays with an aggressive and decisive manner by throwing deep, risky passes. These quarterbacks usually possess the strong arm needed to throw deep effectively. </DD></DL></DD></DL>


i would also add forcing balls into tight spaces

i'd say thats pretty accurate.

</P>


I can agree with that.</P>




i fail to see where moorehead would say that it was inaccurate
</P>


Goofy guys who fall down when no one touches them, who panics in the face of a pass rush and throw foolish passes into coverage as a product, are not gunsligers.</P>


Don't confuse ill advised, drive killing decisions with aggressivness.</P>


</P>




goofy guy that falls down, whether true or false, has absoultely NOTHING to do with the definition of being a gunslinger

by ur definition of that then Brett Farve wasn't a gunslinger
</P>


Who gives a **** about Brett Favre?</P>


To me a "gunslinger" is a certain kind of personality. To attribute that to Eli Manning is folly. Nice young man, good football player. But essentially, an "anti-gunslinger".</P>

dezzzR
05-26-2011, 12:15 PM
You guys didnt like my gifs? =\</p>


ok i'll shutup now. [:'(]</p>no i thought they were both funny, especially the jedi/baby one.

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 12:26 PM
<dl class="glossary">
<dt id=".5B.5BQuarterback_.28American_football.29.7Cgunsli nger.5D.5D" class="glossary"><dfn>gunslinger (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quarterback_%28American_football%29)</dfn>
</dt><dd>
<dl>
<dd>Term for a quarterback who plays with an aggressive and decisive manner by throwing deep, risky passes. These quarterbacks usually possess the strong arm needed to throw deep effectively. </dd></dl></dd></dl>


i would also add forcing balls into tight spaces

i'd say thats pretty accurate.

</p>


I can agree with that.</p>




i fail to see where moorehead would say that it was inaccurate
</p>


Goofy guys who fall down when no one touches them, who panics in the face of a pass rush and throw foolish passes into coverage as a product, are not gunsligers.</p>


Don't confuse ill advised, drive killing decisions with aggressivness.</p>


</p>




goofy guy that falls down, whether true or false, has absoultely NOTHING to do with the definition of being a gunslinger

by ur definition of that then Brett Farve wasn't a gunslinger
</p>


Who gives a **** about Brett Favre?</p>


To me a "gunslinger" is a certain kind of personality. To attribute that to Eli Manning is folly. Nice young man, good football player. But essentially, an "anti-gunslinger".</p>

well there ya go "WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU" isn't what it means. You sould create your own phrae becuase your not staying true to what being a gunslinger actually means...

and i have to bring up brett farve because I dont think anybody was considered more aggressive than Farve for drive killing decisions. Thats what he was called a gunslinger for

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 12:26 PM
You guys didnt like my gifs? =\</p>


ok i'll shutup now. [:'(]</p>no i thought they were both funny, especially the jedi/baby one.


thats scary...

supporting ones self in that manner

further proof of Depizz...

once pizz "shuts up", Dezz starts talking

this is like Primal Fear

dezzzR
05-26-2011, 12:33 PM
<dl class="glossary">
<dt id=".5B.5BQuarterback_.28American_football.29.7Cgunsli nger.5D.5D" class="glossary"><dfn>gunslinger (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quarterback_%28American_football%29)</dfn>
</dt><dd>
<dl>
<dd>Term for a quarterback who plays with an aggressive and decisive manner by throwing deep, risky passes. These quarterbacks usually possess the strong arm needed to throw deep effectively. </dd></dl></dd></dl>


i would also add forcing balls into tight spaces

i'd say thats pretty accurate.

</p>


I can agree with that.</p>



i fail to see where moorehead would say that it was inaccurate
</p>


Goofy guys who fall down when no one touches them, who panics in the face of a pass rush and throw foolish passes into coverage as a product, are not gunsligers.</p>


Don't confuse ill advised, drive killing decisions with aggressivness.</p>


</p>yea goofy guys that constantly convert 3rd and longs, especially that one to tryee, which is a perfect example of gun slinging, the greenbay playoff game eli and plax going OFF is another perfect example of gun slinging. eli is the man. end of story.

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 12:43 PM
my take on the whole "gunslinger" thing is that it's more of a mentality than a physical attribute. I mean of course we know you need the arm, Eli has it....
But I think it's the QB thining to himself....yea I can definitely get over/past the safety/cb, even in that coverage.
Where as most "orthodox" QBs are all about reads, which is good obviously, but I think these "gunslinger" prototypes know exactly what they are going to do, and think they can do it every single time.

I'm not sure how Eli falling over, and being goofy,is part of the argument though...that confused me.

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 12:58 PM
my take on the whole "gunslinger" thing is that it's more of a mentality than a physical attribute. I mean of course we know you need the arm, Eli has it....
But I think it's the QB thining to himself....yea I can definitely get over/past the safety/cb, even in that coverage.
Where as most "orthodox" QBs are all about reads, which is good obviously, but I think these "gunslinger" prototypes know exactly what they are going to do, and think they can do it every single time.

I'm not sure how Eli falling over, and being goofy,is part of the argument though...that confused me.</P>


Have you ever seen Clint Eastwood trip over his own feet and fumble the ball with no one touching him?</P>


Case closed.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 01:02 PM
my take on the whole "gunslinger" thing is that it's more of a mentality than a physical attribute. I mean of course we know you need the arm, Eli has it....
But I think it's the QB thining to himself....yea I can definitely get over/past the safety/cb, even in that coverage.
Where as most "orthodox" QBs are all about reads, which is good obviously, but I think these "gunslinger" prototypes know exactly what they are going to do, and think they can do it every single time.

I'm not sure how Eli falling over, and being goofy,is part of the argument though...that confused me.</p>


Have you ever seen Clint Eastwood trip over his own feet and fumble the ball with no one touching him?</p>


Case closed.</p>

i love when pappy loses an arguement

he starts not making sesne and reaching

its glorious

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 01:03 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 01:07 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=1301483&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/1301483/kenny-phillips-hits-johnson.html) ny06-Thanks for these videos...I remember that hit well--one of my favorite of the season by KP

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 01:09 PM
My favorite</p>


http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=1204398&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/1204398/jacobs-smash.html) </p>


</p>


THAT was a good one!!
I still think the one on Landry was better tho.

I've never been able to find a good quality gif of KP's hit on...was it Moore? the game against Pitt in 08? Legal or not, that hit was brutal!!! Loved it</p>That jacobs bullrush is awesome. Reminiscent of the Pre-season game where Shockey caught a screen put his head down and bulldozed defender's. I remember thinking, we got another Bavaro here.

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 01:09 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</P>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</P>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</P>

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 01:11 PM
http://imagecache6.allposters.com/LRG/10/1011/8JJW000Z.jpg</p>


<font size="5">GUNSLINGER</font></p>


<font size="5"></font></p>


http://theworldaccordingtotassos.com/images/eli/hands-up-eli-manning.jpg</p>


<font size="5">NOT SO MUCH</font></p>mhs not a giant fan today


when moorehead posts pictures... thats when i know i've won
lol

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 01:12 PM
You guys didnt like my gifs? =\</p>


ok i'll shutup now. [:'(]</p>no i thought they were both funny, especially the jedi/baby one.
Agreed. Funny.

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 01:15 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</p>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</p>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</p>

pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 01:19 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</P>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</P>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</P>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</P>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</P>


Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him. Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 01:24 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</p>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</p>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</p>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</p>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</p>


Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him. Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</p>

to you in your own world. Again, i'm going by the actual definition of what a gunslinger is and your not..

when people use the world gunslinger, they don't open the Pappy-Webster Dictionary and see that it means attitude. The term is used based on play... regardless of what you choose to believe

dezzzR
05-26-2011, 01:26 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</p>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</p>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</p>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</p>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</p>


<u>Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him.</u> Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</p>you drank a whole gallon of hateraid this morning, dropping f bombs, beating eli up for lunch money....are you ok?

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 01:29 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</P>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</P>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</P>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</P>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</P>


Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him. Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</P>




to you in your own world. Again, i'm going by the actual definition of what a gunslinger is and your not..

when people use the world gunslinger, they don't open the Pappy-Webster Dictionary and see that it means attitude. The term is used based on play... regardless of what you choose to believe
</P>


When people use the word gunslinger, they don't open the dictionary at all. People know what the word means in a football context. It ain't Eli.</P>

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 01:30 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</P>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</P>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</P>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</P>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</P>


<U>Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him.</U> Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</P>


you drank a whole gallon of hateraid this morning, dropping f bombs, beating eli up for lunch money....are you ok?
</P>


When did I drop an F bomb.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 01:32 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</p>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</p>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</p>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</p>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</p>


Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him. Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</p>




to you in your own world. Again, i'm going by the actual definition of what a gunslinger is and your not..

when people use the world gunslinger, they don't open the Pappy-Webster Dictionary and see that it means attitude. The term is used based on play... regardless of what you choose to believe
</p>


When people use the word gunslinger, they don't open the dictionary at all. People know what the word means in a football context. It ain't Eli.</p>

yea nobody refers to the attitude... i've heard guys like Romo be called gunslinger (and by u as well). Please tell me what type of gun slinger attitude/personality he has

Pappy has been hittin grandpa's ol cough medicine a bit early today

dezzzR
05-26-2011, 01:40 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</p>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</p>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</p>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</p>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</p>


<u>Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him.</u> Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</p>


you drank a whole gallon of hateraid this morning, dropping f bombs, beating eli up for lunch money....are you ok?
</p>


When did I drop an F bomb.</p>sorry, you said **** when talking about farve

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 01:42 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</P>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</P>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</P>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</P>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</P>


Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him. Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</P>




to you in your own world. Again, i'm going by the actual definition of what a gunslinger is and your not..

when people use the world gunslinger, they don't open the Pappy-Webster Dictionary and see that it means attitude. The term is used based on play... regardless of what you choose to believe
</P>


When people use the word gunslinger, they don't open the dictionary at all. People know what the word means in a football context. It ain't Eli.</P>




yea nobody refers to the attitude... i've heard guys like Romo be called gunslinger (and by u as well). Please tell me what type of gun slinger attitude/personality he has

Pappy has been hittin grandpa's ol cough medicine a bit early today
</P>


One thing is for sure. Morehead is definately a gunslinger.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 01:43 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</p>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</p>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</p>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</p>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</p>


Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him. Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</p>




to you in your own world. Again, i'm going by the actual definition of what a gunslinger is and your not..

when people use the world gunslinger, they don't open the Pappy-Webster Dictionary and see that it means attitude. The term is used based on play... regardless of what you choose to believe
</p>


When people use the word gunslinger, they don't open the dictionary at all. People know what the word means in a football context. It ain't Eli.</p>




yea nobody refers to the attitude... i've heard guys like Romo be called gunslinger (and by u as well). Please tell me what type of gun slinger attitude/personality he has

Pappy has been hittin grandpa's ol cough medicine a bit early today
</p>


One thing is for sure. Morehead is definately a ****licker.</p>

well thanks for sharing

dezzzR
05-26-2011, 01:45 PM
soriano could miss 2 months. dammit. at least robertson is throwing that flame sauce. hes the unsung hero on this team right now. bats are starting to click, lets hope they keep it that way

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 01:46 PM
Pappy's argument of "WHAT A GUN SLINGER MEANS TO ME"

is equivalent to Pizz's argument tha t "4.6 a carry isn't that good"

its like u guys are maing ur own meanings up and **** lol

and the funny part about it is is in each of these debates u guys oppose each other, with basically the same logic
</P>


What it comes down to Matt is that to me a "gunslinger" is an attitude. Eli doesn't have it. Quite honestly, the last thing our team needs is a gunslinger. If he starts making better decisions our team will succeed. Foolish passes hurt the team. "Foolish" doesn't always mean "aggressive".</P>


Your claim that Eli's mistakes are the characteristics of a "gunslinger" are simply an attempt to put some romantic notion to bad football plays.</P>




pappy, i know, its what YOU THINK it means to be a gunslinger

but thats now what it means. Your a gun slinger by how u play, not with ur attitude. This really isn't a debatable.

Foolish doens't mean aggressive, yet thats what got Farve branded as a gunslinger his whole career.

Its the truth moorehead, whether your willing to accept it or not is something you'll have to deal with. I'll stay here in reality and have fun with the truth of it all

and infact i would even suggest that how you play IS a sign of your attitude.
</P>


Favre has an attitude and personality that fits the notion of a "gunslinger". He's a dope, but thats the truth.</P>


Eli is more like the kid you gets his lunch money beaten out of him. Your definition of Eli as a gunslinger is as far fetched as anything you have ever said.</P>




to you in your own world. Again, i'm going by the actual definition of what a gunslinger is and your not..

when people use the world gunslinger, they don't open the Pappy-Webster Dictionary and see that it means attitude. The term is used based on play... regardless of what you choose to believe
</P>


When people use the word gunslinger, they don't open the dictionary at all. People know what the word means in a football context. It ain't Eli.</P>




yea nobody refers to the attitude... i've heard guys like Romo be called gunslinger (and by u as well). Please tell me what type of gun slinger attitude/personality he has

Pappy has been hittin grandpa's ol cough medicine a bit early today
</P>


One thing is for sure. You wish Moreheadwas a ****licker.</P>




I think about you constantly.
</P>


Happens all the time to me.</P>

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 01:48 PM
soriano could miss 2 months. dammit. at least robertson is throwing that flame sauce. hes the unsung hero on this team right now. bats are starting to click, lets hope they keep it that way
</P>


You are wistling past the graveyard. The Sox championship is an absolute inevitability. All you can do is stand by and watch.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 01:50 PM
soriano could miss 2 months. dammit. at least robertson is throwing that flame sauce. hes the unsung hero on this team right now. bats are starting to click, lets hope they keep it that way
</p>


You are wistling past the graveyard. The Sox championship is an absolute inevitability. All you can do is stand by and watch.</p>

thanks for the new sig

dezzzR
05-26-2011, 01:55 PM
soriano could miss 2 months. dammit. at least robertson is throwing that flame sauce. hes the unsung hero on this team right now. bats are starting to click, lets hope they keep it that way
</p>


You are wistling past the graveyard. The Sox championship is an absolute inevitability. All you can do is stand by and watch.</p>youve been hitting your wine coolers a bit early havnt you? are you honestly sold on your starting pitching and bullpen? not to mention the catcher situation. sox lead the league in stolen bases allowed

dezzzR
05-26-2011, 01:55 PM
soriano could miss 2 months. dammit. at least robertson is throwing that flame sauce. hes the unsung hero on this team right now. bats are starting to click, lets hope they keep it that way
</p>


You are wistling past the graveyard. The Sox championship is an absolute inevitability. All you can do is stand by and watch.</p>

thanks for the new sig
hahahahaa

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 02:08 PM
My coworker/friend who is a Jets fan(this is relevant because most Jets fans are ****ing idiots) says that he thinks Eli is a gunslinger.
quote...

His willingness to throw a deep pass, or questionable pass into coverage with the intention of making big plays, because he knows he can make it happen...get picked for any number of reasons, and then go out on the next drive with the same mentality makes Eli a gunslinger, and makes him pretty dangerous with that kind of ambition to score.</P>


idk if it's important, but he calls other QBs "meausured qbs" or "tacticians"....guess I can agree with that.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 02:14 PM
My coworker/friend who is a Jets fan(this is relevant because most Jets fans are ****ing idiots) says that he thinks Eli is a gunslinger.
quote...

His willingness to throw a deep pass, or questionable pass into coverage with the intention of making big plays, because he knows he can make it happen...get picked for any number of reasons, and then go out on the next drive with the same mentality makes Eli a gunslinger, and makes him pretty dangerous with that kind of ambition to score.</p>


idk if it's important, but he calls other QBs "meausured qbs" or "tacticians"....guess I can agree with that.</p>

it never helps when a Jets fan is on your side... but since his defintion (that im guessing he didn't have to look up) is similiar to mine and not pappys... would prove pappy wrong

dezzzR
05-26-2011, 02:20 PM
My coworker/friend who is a Jets fan(this is relevant because most Jets fans are ****ing idiots) says that he thinks Eli is a gunslinger.
quote...

His willingness to throw a deep pass, or questionable pass into coverage with the intention of making big plays, because he knows he can make it happen...<u>get picked for any number of reasons, and then go out on the next drive with the same mentality makes Eli a gunslinger, and makes him pretty dangerous with that kind of ambition to score.</u>and thats the thing about attitude. you dont have to be ****y or a bad *** to block out the previous int and go out and score a td on the next drive. if youre smart enough and know what the defense is doing you dont need an "attitude".
edit: and elis "attitude" is more determination and will.

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 02:22 PM
My coworker/friend who is a Jets fan(this is relevant because most Jets fans are ****ing idiots) says that he thinks Eli is a gunslinger.
quote...

His willingness to throw a deep pass, or questionable pass into coverage with the intention of making big plays, because he knows he can make it happen...get picked for any number of reasons, and then go out on the next drive with the same mentality makes Eli a gunslinger, and makes him pretty dangerous with that kind of ambition to score.</P>


idk if it's important, but he calls other QBs "meausured qbs" or "tacticians"....guess I can agree with that.</P>




it never helps when a Jets fan is on your side... but since his defintion (that im guessing he didn't have to look up) is similiar to mine and not pappys... would prove pappy wrong
</P>


He's a smart guy. Big sports nut. Pretty fair fan generally speaking. I hold his opinion quite high usually.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 02:25 PM
My coworker/friend who is a Jets fan(this is relevant because most Jets fans are ****ing idiots) says that he thinks Eli is a gunslinger.
quote...

His willingness to throw a deep pass, or questionable pass into coverage with the intention of making big plays, because he knows he can make it happen...get picked for any number of reasons, and then go out on the next drive with the same mentality makes Eli a gunslinger, and makes him pretty dangerous with that kind of ambition to score.</p>


idk if it's important, but he calls other QBs "meausured qbs" or "tacticians"....guess I can agree with that.</p>




it never helps when a Jets fan is on your side... but since his defintion (that im guessing he didn't have to look up) is similiar to mine and not pappys... would prove pappy wrong
</p>


He's a smart guy. Big sports nut. Pretty fair fan generally speaking. I hold his opinion quite high usually.</p>

yea i was just taking a shot at a jet fan in general

he understands what is meant when people use the word gunslinger...

pappy should take notes from a, ::gag::, Jets fans

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 02:30 PM
My coworker/friend who is a Jets fan(this is relevant because most Jets fans are ****ing idiots) says that he thinks Eli is a gunslinger.
quote...

His willingness to throw a deep pass, or questionable pass into coverage with the intention of making big plays, because he knows he can make it happen...get picked for any number of reasons, and then go out on the next drive with the same mentality makes Eli a gunslinger, and makes him pretty dangerous with that kind of ambition to score.</p>


idk if it's important, but he calls other QBs "meausured qbs" or "tacticians"....guess I can agree with that.</p>




it never helps when a Jets fan is on your side... but since his defintion (that im guessing he didn't have to look up) is similiar to mine and not pappys... would prove pappy wrong
</p>


He's a smart guy. Big sports nut. Pretty fair fan generally speaking. I hold his opinion quite high usually.</p>

yea i was just taking a shot at a jet fan in general

he understands what is meant when people use the word gunslinger...

pappy should take notes from a, ::gag::, Jets fans
Eli being a Gunslinger or the Sox Bullpen? Finally some life in here again. Eli made a lot of mistakes last year, his best games are those that he takes an early lead and does not have to play catch up.

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 02:33 PM
My coworker/friend who is a Jets fan(this is relevant because most Jets fans are ****ing idiots) says that he thinks Eli is a gunslinger.
quote...

His willingness to throw a deep pass, or questionable pass into coverage with the intention of making big plays, because he knows he can make it happen...get picked for any number of reasons, and then go out on the next drive with the same mentality makes Eli a gunslinger, and makes him pretty dangerous with that kind of ambition to score.</p>


idk if it's important, but he calls other QBs "meausured qbs" or "tacticians"....guess I can agree with that.</p>




it never helps when a Jets fan is on your side... but since his defintion (that im guessing he didn't have to look up) is similiar to mine and not pappys... would prove pappy wrong
</p>


He's a smart guy. Big sports nut. Pretty fair fan generally speaking. I hold his opinion quite high usually.</p>

yea i was just taking a shot at a jet fan in general

he understands what is meant when people use the word gunslinger...

pappy should take notes from a, ::gag::, Jets fans
Eli being a Gunslinger or the Sox Bullpen? Finally some life in here again. Eli made a lot of mistakes last year, his best games are those that he takes an early lead and does not have to play catch up.


sox bullpen

that reminds me

wasn't Pappy giving us **** for our "old washed up pitchers". Nevermind the the hilarity of him trying to sell Brad Penny on us as being a good addition for the Sox a couple o fyears back

but didn't they just sign Kevin Milwood? lol

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 02:35 PM
1500 posts away from roonie lol im goin for the title

shocknaweny
05-26-2011, 02:49 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=1557478&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/1557478/giants.html)manningham really is a baaaad man, hes made a few tds like that. mh compared him to ocho and i agree and i think hes better than ocho after the catch
</P>


</P>


Manningham is pretty sick and is just shy of Hakeem Nicks as my favorite Giant reciever....man I hope we can keep him in Blue long-term !</P>

shocknaweny
05-26-2011, 02:50 PM
1500 posts away from roonie lol im goin for the title
</P>


</P>


" YOU CAN DO IT ! "</P>

shocknaweny
05-26-2011, 02:57 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=1855760&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/1855760/sean-taylor-pro-bowl.html) </P>


</P>


</P>


Tha's NASTY ....Taylor was a BEAST !!!</P>

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 03:20 PM
1500 posts away from roonie lol im goin for the title
r U SERIOUS. I did not realize you were that close to Haroons. Ah, I'm sure you can taste it, go for it!

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 03:21 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=1557478&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/1557478/giants.html)manningham really is a baaaad man, hes made a few tds like that. mh compared him to ocho and i agree and i think hes better than ocho after the catch
</p>


</p>


Manningham is pretty sick and is just shy of Hakeem Nicks as my favorite Giant reciever....man I hope we can keep him in Blue long-term !</p>Word up...right there with ya. We'll see in a year. Hopefully he stays on the squad.

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 03:21 PM
Post counting is soooooooooo incredibly lame!!!!</P>


</P>


-13,135</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 03:26 PM
lol

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 03:28 PM
Who thinks that Portis will end up a Giant? He's been injury prone last couple of years. It's one thing for him to want to show the Redskins something, but he's got to produce long term beyond that game for us.

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 03:31 PM
Post counting is soooooooooo incredibly lame!!!!</p>


</p>


-13,135</p>Your post count is in my sights and I am gonna take you out.

I think I just found my new sig, it suits me perfectly.


http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i3/lashardt/bangbang.png

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 03:33 PM
Just had to drop Buster Posey =\</P>


Bandwgn, I picked up J.P Arencibia....tell your boy that if he doesn't produce, I will set him on fire!!

He does have a cool name tho....not the Arencibia part...the J.P. part....we already share a connection!</P>

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 03:34 PM
Post counting is soooooooooo incredibly lame!!!!</P>


</P>


-13,135</P>


Your post count is in my sights and I am gonna take you out.

I think I just found my new sig, it suits me perfectly.


http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i3/lashardt/bangbang.png
</P>


**** you, spammer!!!!!!</P>

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 03:37 PM
lol</P>


perfect example of post wh0ring spam!!!!</P>


trollololololololol</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 03:50 PM
lol</p>


perfect example of post wh0ring spam!!!!</p>


trollololololololol</p>

i'd say more of a slut. *****s charge money, i dont.

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 03:57 PM
WHYYYYYY is it only 3?!?!?! I feel like I've already worked a 12 hours shift!!

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 03:59 PM
Post counting is soooooooooo incredibly lame!!!!</p>


</p>


-13,135</p>


Your post count is in my sights and I am gonna take you out.

I think I just found my new sig, it suits me perfectly.


http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i3/lashardt/bangbang.png
</p>


**** you, spammer!!!!!!</p>hahaha.

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 04:01 PM
Just had to drop Buster Posey =\</p>


Bandwgn, I picked up J.P Arencibia....tell your boy that if he doesn't produce, I will set him on fire!!

He does have a cool name tho....not the Arencibia part...the J.P. part....we already share an intimate connection!</p>
What did he say? Oh, Dezz must be typing now. lol

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 04:03 PM
WHYYYYYY is it only 3?!?!?! I feel like I've already worked a 12 hours shift!!How is the warmer weather at the branch these days? Higher temps =less clothes and better sights.

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 04:05 PM
Just had to drop Buster Posey =\</P>


Bandwgn, I picked up J.P Arencibia....tell your boy that if he doesn't produce, I will set him on fire!!

He does have a cool name tho....not the Arencibia part...the J.P. part....we already share an intimate connection!</P>



What did he say? Oh, Dezz must be typing now. lol
</P>


terrible use of the word intimate! jerk</P>

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 04:16 PM
I saw this girl walking her dog around the track last night when I picked up my daughter. She was wearing one of those workout outfits of shorts and a halter top...just like Kim Kardashian had on in the skechers SB commercial. This group of high schoolers were drooling over her. lmao.

JPizzack
05-26-2011, 04:20 PM
I saw this girl walking her dog around the track last night when I picked up my daughter. She was wearing one of those workout outfits of shorts and a halter top...just like Kim Kardashian had on in the skechers SB commercial. This group of high schoolers were drooling over her. lmao.
</P>


well ****....i'd likely drool over her too....</P>

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 04:28 PM
lol</P>


I am so special. I now have 2 Thee Thread posters with me as the star of their sig.</P>


Next target........The Stick.</P>

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 04:34 PM
9-1 Sox in the 7th. I'm getting a tad spoiled. I'm dissappointed we aren't up double figures.</P>


Oh well. two more at bats left.</P>


Carl Crawford en fuego.</P>

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 04:35 PM
lol</p>


I am so special. I now have 2 Thee Thread posters with me as the star of their sig.</p>


Next target........The Stick.</p>You are special alright.

lttaylor56
05-26-2011, 04:36 PM
I saw this girl walking her dog around the track last night when I picked up my daughter. She was wearing one of those workout outfits of shorts and a halter top...just like Kim Kardashian had on in the skechers SB commercial. This group of high schoolers were drooling over her. lmao.
</p>


well ****....i'd likely drool over her too....</p> Me as well.

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 04:36 PM
lol</P>


I am so special. I now have 2 Thee Thread posters with me as the star of their sig.</P>


Next target........The Stick.</P>


You are special alright.
</P>


Thats what my mother tells me.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-26-2011, 04:49 PM
lol</p>


I am so special. I now have 2 Thee Thread posters with me as the star of their sig.</p>


Next target........The Stick.</p>

u should be honored

and technically if u have dezz.. u have pizz

Morehead State
05-26-2011, 05:00 PM
14-1.</P>


Thats a little better. I expect 14 runs minimum now per game.</P>

bandwgn86
05-26-2011, 05:18 PM
Just had to drop Buster Posey =\</p>


Bandwgn, I picked up J.P Arencibia....tell your boy that if he doesn't produce, I will set him on fire!!

He does have a cool name tho....not the Arencibia part...the J.P. part....we already share a connection!</p>while you're at it set Jo Jo Reyes on fire too please

bandwgn86
05-26-2011, 05:25 PM
14-1.</p>


Thats a little better. I expect 14 runs minimum now per game.</p>and i hope the pitching gives up 15 per game..

ny06
05-26-2011, 11:24 PM
Preseason</P>


http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=10790&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/10790/justin-tuck.html) </P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 09:26 AM
http://www.nataliedee.com/012807/hi-pig.jpg

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 09:31 AM
http://www.nataliedee.com/012807/hi-pig.jpgYou are leaving Sat Am? You must be psyched!

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 09:53 AM
http://www.nataliedee.com/012807/hi-pig.jpgYou are leaving Sat Am? You must be psyched!

Responded to your PM--Also I have some $ to get rid of. I can check ltmi for address info?

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 10:35 AM
i just emailed the lady, totally forgot

yea man im out of here at 230 today. This place can't hold me down

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 10:42 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 10:48 AM
i just emailed the lady, totally forgot

yea man im out of here at 230 today. This place can't hold me down
lol--I forgot also, then I realized you are going away and felt the urgency creeping up on me. ha.

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 10:52 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
I like Buddy too, but I wonder about his avatar. Maybe just me, but did he choose that pic to make other's think he's special, so they would go easy on him. I've seen other's tell him that they are trying to politely ignore him in the past. LOL

I know everyone is entitled to their opinion. All the games of the season are important, but some are much more important than other's. IE-division and playoff contention games. I don't see that logic.

ny06
05-27-2011, 10:54 AM
http://oi53.tinypic.com/28wjz1j.jpg

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 11:04 AM
Just had to drop Buster Posey =\</P>


Bandwgn, I picked up J.P Arencibia....tell your boy that if he doesn't produce, I will set him on fire!!

He does have a cool name tho....not the Arencibia part...the J.P. part....we already share a connection!</P>


while you're at it set Jo Jo Reyes on fire too please
</P>


holds the record for consecutive starts without a win? lol</P>

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 11:12 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 11:14 AM
http://oi53.tinypic.com/28wjz1j.jpgwas that goff laying the wood?

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 11:16 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
I like Buddy too, but I wonder about his avatar. Maybe just me, but did he choose that pic to make other's think he's special, so they would go easy on him. I've seen other's tell him that they are trying to politely ignore him in the past. LOL

I know everyone is entitled to their opinion. All the games of the season are important, but some are much more important than other's. IE-division and playoff contention games. I don't see that logic.




dude

dont tell me you've never seen superbad

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 11:16 AM
anyone who has seen the movies should get this...</P>


http://i.imgur.com/5851K.png</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 11:18 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 11:18 AM
dude

dont tell me you've never seen superbad
</P>


you scratch my back, i'll scratch yours......funny thing about my back tho, matt...it's actually located on my ****</P>

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 11:19 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
</P>


You have always made this claim and i don't get it. I certainly agree that games in your division are more important but a game in your division week 1 is more important than a non conference game week 16.</P>


It doesn't matter when the games are played. the only difference is that you have a better idea what you need to do to get to improve your position. Other than that, all games are equally important.</P>


If we had beaten the Titans week 3, we would have hosted the NFC championship game. You may not know its a big game when you're playing it, but it turned out to be a huge game.</P>

ny06
05-27-2011, 11:19 AM
http://oi53.tinypic.com/28wjz1j.jpgwas that goff laying the wood?
</P>


Yeah</P>

ny06
05-27-2011, 11:20 AM
http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff103/911itsgenna/moving/superbad.gif

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 11:25 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
</p>


You have always made this claim and i don't get it. I certainly agree that games in your division are more important but a game in your division week 1 is more important than a non conference game week 16.</p>


It doesn't matter when the games are played. the only difference is that you have a better idea what you need to do to get to improve your position. Other than that, all games are equally important.</p>


If we had beaten the Titans week 3, we would have hosted the NFC championship game. You may not know its a big game when you're playing it, but it turned out to be a huge game.</p>
Well first off the only games he mentions as to why he blames the offense for why we aren't in are the Eagles1 and the Titans

He then tries to let the defense off the hook for the Colts game and ignore the fact that Kitna put up 27 points on us. And thats me taking the pick 6 out of the equation.

Hindsight is 20/20 pappy. When the stakes are set and u know its do or die, that is your most important game of the season

Every game is important, no doubt - but when its all on the line - those are bigger games

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 11:26 AM
http://oi53.tinypic.com/28wjz1j.jpgwas that goff laying the wood?
</p>


Yeah</p>

im not going to cry if we sign a FA LB...

but i do think Goff has more room til he hits his ceiling.

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 11:27 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.

ny06
05-27-2011, 11:28 AM
http://oi53.tinypic.com/28wjz1j.jpgwas that goff laying the wood?
</P>


Yeah</P>




im not going to cry if we sign a FA LB...

but i do think Goff has more room til he hits his ceiling.
</P>


I was impressed with Goff last season. </P>


We as fans forget it was his 1st season starting</P>


His glaring weakness is pass coverage. But he is legit at stopping the run</P>

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 11:30 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
</P>


You have always made this claim and i don't get it. I certainly agree that games in your division are more important but a game in your division week 1 is more important than a non conference game week 16.</P>


It doesn't matter when the games are played. the only difference is that you have a better idea what you need to do to get to improve your position. Other than that, all games are equally important.</P>


If we had beaten the Titans week 3, we would have hosted the NFC championship game. You may not know its a big game when you're playing it, but it turned out to be a huge game.</P>



Well first off the only games he mentions as to why he blames the offense for why we aren't in are the Eagles1 and the Titans

He then tries to let the defense off the hook for the Colts game and ignore the fact that Kitna put up 27 points on us. And thats me taking the pick 6 out of the equation.

Hindsight is 20/20 pappy. When the stakes are set and u know its do or die, that is your most important game of the season

Every game is important, no doubt - but when its all on the line - those are bigger games
</P>


The most important game of the season is the one you're playing next.</P>


Onereason the Packer game was so important is because we lost to Tenn. earlier in the season.</P>


That Tenn.loss turned out to be a killer. Its true that you don't know about which games are important early on, but in a 16 game schedule, to say that every game isn't important is.....well....Davenlike. </P>


(Let it be known that I was the first to make a Daven reference, so any Daven referenced made by you on this topic are immediately dismissed)</P>

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 11:30 AM
http://oi53.tinypic.com/28wjz1j.jpgwas that goff laying the wood?
</p>


Yeah</p>




im not going to cry if we sign a FA LB...

but i do think Goff has more room til he hits his ceiling.
</p>


I was impressed with Goff last season. </p>


We as fans forget it was his 1st season starting</p>


His glaring weakness is pass coverage. But he is legit at stopping the run</p>agreed, still a bit raw but overall hes pretty solid. made some nice plays.

ny06
05-27-2011, 11:33 AM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=1846687&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/1846687/td-baker.html)

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 11:37 AM
Matt, theexcitement in anticipationof your trip to Vegas has clearly clouded your already questionable judgement.

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 11:37 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 11:40 AM
i saw on nfl live yesterday that defenses playing nickle is up to almost 50% of the time. its gradually increased from 07. then they showed teams with big physical corners playing nickle, wrecking ****. made me think of tt saying hed like to play there. think id like it.

ny06
05-27-2011, 11:41 AM
i saw on nfl live yesterday that defenses playing nickle is up to almost 50% of the time. its gradually increased from 07. then they showed teams with big physical corners playing nickle, wrecking ****. made me think of tt saying hed like to play there. think id like it.
</P>


With the NFL becoming more of a passing league its not a suprise defenses are using the nickel more often. </P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 11:44 AM
http://oi53.tinypic.com/28wjz1j.jpgwas that goff laying the wood?
</p>


Yeah</p>




im not going to cry if we sign a FA LB...

but i do think Goff has more room til he hits his ceiling.
</p>


I was impressed with Goff last season. </p>


We as fans forget it was his 1st season starting</p>


His glaring weakness is pass coverage. But he is legit at stopping the run</p>

and hes still an upgrade vs pierce in the pass

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 11:46 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 11:48 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</P>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</P>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</P>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</P>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</P>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</P>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</P>


5. Out of conference games.</P>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</P>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</P>

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 11:49 AM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT,<u> to say that a random week 3 </u>game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
you just said every game is important. week 3 game isnt random. its a step up the latter if you win, especially competing in the nfc east.

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:01 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
</p>


You have always made this claim and i don't get it. I certainly agree that games in your division are more important but a game in your division week 1 is more important than a non conference game week 16.</p>


It doesn't matter when the games are played. the only difference is that you have a better idea what you need to do to get to improve your position. Other than that, all games are equally important.</p>


If we had beaten the Titans week 3, we would have hosted the NFC championship game. You may not know its a big game when you're playing it, but it turned out to be a huge game.</p>



Well first off the only games he mentions as to why he blames the offense for why we aren't in are the Eagles1 and the Titans

He then tries to let the defense off the hook for the Colts game and ignore the fact that Kitna put up 27 points on us. And thats me taking the pick 6 out of the equation.

Hindsight is 20/20 pappy. When the stakes are set and u know its do or die, that is your most important game of the season

Every game is important, no doubt - but when its all on the line - those are bigger games
</p>


The most important game of the season is the one you're playing next.</p>


Onereason the Packer game was so important is because we lost to Tenn. earlier in the season.</p>


That Tenn.loss turned out to be a killer. Its true that you don't know about which games are important early on, but in a 16 game schedule, to say that every game isn't important is.....well....Davenlike. </p>


(Let it be known that I was the first to make a Daven reference, so any Daven referenced made by you on this topic are immediately dismissed)</p>

holy **** pappy, for somebody that is responding to me in here and was in that thread you relaly haven't paid attention to the point i've made...

EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT IN THE NFL - I AGREE

BUT - you cannot say that a win and in or a lose and done game isn't your most important game of the year. Thats madness

your making daven look good right now

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:03 PM
Matt, theexcitement in anticipationof your trip to Vegas has clearly clouded your already questionable judgement.

lol

yea call me crazy for thinking a win and in game is more important than a week 3 game.

The truth of the matter is lets just say we won against tennessee, then the most important win of the year would of been vs the Vikings. Theres just no way you can single handedly pick out an early game and say that was our biggest game, especially when it wans't even our worst loss

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:04 PM
i saw on nfl live yesterday that defenses playing nickle is up to almost 50% of the time. its gradually increased from 07. then they showed teams with big physical corners playing nickle, wrecking ****. made me think of tt saying hed like to play there. think id like it.


yea i could see that. The lineback player has really regressed in the NFL in the 80s-90s even the average LBer was ****in awesome. Today i just dont think the position is that filled with talent overall

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:06 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our biggest game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:08 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</p>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</p>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</p>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</p>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</p>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</p>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</p>


5. Out of conference games.</p>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</p>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</p>

again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:08 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT,<u> to say that a random week 3 </u>game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
you just said every game is important. week 3 game isnt random. its a step up the latter if you win, especially competing in the nfc east.


it is a random game though

because even if u look at the results form last year and turn tha tinto the win, you still wouldn't of pinpointed it as the biggest game of the year... it would of been the Vikings game since that would of been the game that got us in

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 12:15 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
</P>


You have always made this claim and i don't get it. I certainly agree that games in your division are more important but a game in your division week 1 is more important than a non conference game week 16.</P>


It doesn't matter when the games are played. the only difference is that you have a better idea what you need to do to get to improve your position. Other than that, all games are equally important.</P>


If we had beaten the Titans week 3, we would have hosted the NFC championship game. You may not know its a big game when you're playing it, but it turned out to be a huge game.</P>



Well first off the only games he mentions as to why he blames the offense for why we aren't in are the Eagles1 and the Titans

He then tries to let the defense off the hook for the Colts game and ignore the fact that Kitna put up 27 points on us. And thats me taking the pick 6 out of the equation.

Hindsight is 20/20 pappy. When the stakes are set and u know its do or die, that is your most important game of the season

Every game is important, no doubt - but when its all on the line - those are bigger games
</P>


The most important game of the season is the one you're playing next.</P>


Onereason the Packer game was so important is because we lost to Tenn. earlier in the season.</P>


That Tenn.loss turned out to be a killer. Its true that you don't know about which games are important early on, but in a 16 game schedule, to say that every game isn't important is.....well....Davenlike. </P>


(Let it be known that I was the first to make a Daven reference, so any Daven referenced made by you on this topic are immediately dismissed)</P>




holy **** pappy, for somebody that is responding to me in here and was in that thread you relaly haven't paid attention to the point i've made...

EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT IN THE NFL - I AGREE

BUT - you cannot say that a win and in or a lose and done game isn't your most important game of the year. Thats madness

your making daven look good right now
</P>


If we had won the Tenn. game, we would have been the #2 seed. If we had won the GB game, we would have had the #2 seed. Both games (as it turned out) were of equal importance. The only reason the GB game was as seemingly important as it was, was because we had blown the Tenn. game earlier and/or the dallas game earlier. Those early loss hurt us just as much as the later losses. Thus making them of absolutely equal importance.</P>


This is a mathamatical fact.</P>


To prove my point, if all teams reversed their schedule (Giants starting with Wash. and ending with Carolina) with the same results, the playoff picture would have beenexactlythe same. </P>


You are confusing the idea that you know exactly how important a game is later in the season when you don't know earlier.</P>


KNOWLEGE of how important a game is when your playing it, doesn't change how important a game actually ends up being.</P>

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 12:16 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</P>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</P>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</P>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</P>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</P>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</P>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</P>


5. Out of conference games.</P>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</P>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</P>




again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....
</P>


Some definately ARE more important. In 2007, the most important game BY FAR, was week three at Washington. I was lucky enough to be there.</P>

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 12:19 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<u> biggest</u> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 12:21 PM
Just remember. when you think youre having a bad day...somewhere, someone is having a worse one... (http://i.imgur.com/F5gjn.jpg)

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 12:23 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<U> biggest</U> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
</P>


The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</P>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:23 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
</p>


You have always made this claim and i don't get it. I certainly agree that games in your division are more important but a game in your division week 1 is more important than a non conference game week 16.</p>


It doesn't matter when the games are played. the only difference is that you have a better idea what you need to do to get to improve your position. Other than that, all games are equally important.</p>


If we had beaten the Titans week 3, we would have hosted the NFC championship game. You may not know its a big game when you're playing it, but it turned out to be a huge game.</p>



Well first off the only games he mentions as to why he blames the offense for why we aren't in are the Eagles1 and the Titans

He then tries to let the defense off the hook for the Colts game and ignore the fact that Kitna put up 27 points on us. And thats me taking the pick 6 out of the equation.

Hindsight is 20/20 pappy. When the stakes are set and u know its do or die, that is your most important game of the season

Every game is important, no doubt - but when its all on the line - those are bigger games
</p>


The most important game of the season is the one you're playing next.</p>


Onereason the Packer game was so important is because we lost to Tenn. earlier in the season.</p>


That Tenn.loss turned out to be a killer. Its true that you don't know about which games are important early on, but in a 16 game schedule, to say that every game isn't important is.....well....Davenlike. </p>


(Let it be known that I was the first to make a Daven reference, so any Daven referenced made by you on this topic are immediately dismissed)</p>




holy **** pappy, for somebody that is responding to me in here and was in that thread you relaly haven't paid attention to the point i've made...

EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT IN THE NFL - I AGREE

BUT - you cannot say that a win and in or a lose and done game isn't your most important game of the year. Thats madness

your making daven look good right now
</p>


If we had won the Tenn. game, we would have been the #2 seed. If we had won the GB game, we would have had the #2 seed. Both games (as it turned out) were of equal importance. The only reason the GB game was as seemingly important as it was, was because we had blown the Tenn. game earlier and/or the dallas game earlier. Those early loss hurt us just as much as the later losses. Thus making them of absolutely equal importance.</p>


This is a mathamatical fact.</p>


To prove my point, if all teams reversed their schedule (Giants starting with Wash. and ending with Carolina) with the same results, the playoff picture would have beenexactlythe same. </p>


You are confusing the idea that you know exactly how important a game is later in the season when you don't know earlier.</p>


KNOWLEGE of how important a game is when your playing it, doesn't change how important a game actually ends up being.</p>

it absolutely is but I don't hear u saying that the chicago game or the dal1 game or any other game we won as being a key factor because those wins are JUST as important as a win vs Tenn would of been

honestly i could care less about seeding. After 2007 that totally changed my perception of what it all means.

True but if u reversed the games then i'd say tyhe Colts and Titans game were the most important of the year because a win in one of those and we're in.


Had we won in Tenn, it would of just been another win just like the rest and we would of been in the playoffs and then the Minny game would of been the most important game of the year...

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:26 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</p>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</p>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</p>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</p>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</p>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</p>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</p>


5. Out of conference games.</p>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</p>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</p>




again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....
</p>


Some definately ARE more important. In 2007, the most important game BY FAR, was week three at Washington. I was lucky enough to be there.</p>

see im a little foggy, 2007 was a little different. Didn't we back in to the playoff then? I mean we won in Buffalo but didn't we clinch because somebody else lost? Every yea ris different, but when you have 1 or 2 games where u indefinitly control your fate, those are the biggest games of the year. BY far

A win in week three would of just been another win and we would be talking about the Minny game being the most important because we took care of business when we had to

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:28 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<u> biggest</u> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point


when u control ur own destiny with a win with everything out on the table - that is ur biuggest game of the year.

When you know if you win this specific game you clinch a playoff spot then that is your biggest game of the year.. its ridiculous to say otherwise

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 12:28 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<u> biggest</u> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
</p>


The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</p>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</p>see i dont even think that. they beat us twice and still had a shot so to me, that means its just another game. yea its big cause i want to paint my room with michael vicks blood but on paper its just as important as the panther game, colts, tenn, beating the **** out of the bears and texans. WE MUST WIN THEM ALLL!!!!

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:29 PM
it takes alot of winning ot be successufl and make the playoffs in the nfl with a small amount of games, unless ur the Seahawks.. hence why all games are important

but al lthose important games build to one game where you need to win to get in. that is the most important game of the year you cna't argue it

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 12:30 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</P>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</P>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</P>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</P>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</P>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</P>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</P>


5. Out of conference games.</P>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</P>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</P>




again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....
</P>


Some definately ARE more important. In 2007, the most important game BY FAR, was week three at Washington. I was lucky enough to be there.</P>




see im a little foggy, 2007 was a little different. Didn't we back in to the playoff then? I mean we won in Buffalo but didn't we clinch because somebody else lost? Every yea ris different, but when you have 1 or 2 games where u indefinitly control your fate, those are the biggest games of the year. BY far

A win in week three would of just been another win and we would be talking about the Minny game being the most important because we took care of business when we had to
</P>


We clinched by beating Buffalo. But week three we were 0-2 and losing 17-3 at the half. That comback got us going and we won 6 straight after the 0-2 start.</P>


That was no random week 3 game Matt. Its a bad idea to start drinking before you get there. There will be plenty of time to drink in Vegas.</P>

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 12:30 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
I like Buddy too, but I wonder about his avatar. Maybe just me, but did he choose that pic to make other's think he's special, so they would go easy on him. I've seen other's tell him that they are trying to politely ignore him in the past. LOL

I know everyone is entitled to their opinion. All the games of the season are important, but some are much more important than other's. IE-division and playoff contention games. I don't see that logic.




dude

dont tell me you've never seen superbad
I saw that movie, where the kids get drunk at the last party before they go separate direction to college?

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:30 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<u> biggest</u> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
</p>


The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</p>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</p>

i would agree because it was our worst loss and it was a win and in game...

u cannot tell me that game was not bigger than the Titans game

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 12:31 PM
Just remember. when you think youre having a bad day...somewhere, someone is having a worse one... (http://i.imgur.com/F5gjn.jpg)lol[Y]

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:32 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<u> biggest</u> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
</p>


The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</p>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</p>see i dont even think that. they beat us twice and still had a shot so to me, that means its just another game. yea its big cause i want to paint my room with michael vicks blood but on paper its just as important as the panther game, colts, tenn, beating the **** out of the bears and texans. WE MUST WIN THEM ALLL!!!!


I would of agreed with you more on that, had it not been one of the most disgusting losses ever and we would of also locked up the division. Its hard to say that wasn't the biggest game of the year by an account

how contradicting are you. You just got done telling me how u dont thin kany game isbigger than the other then u reply with this nad say that u don't even think that it was the biggest loss of the season because we still had a win and in game the following week lol

so essentially with that statement u agree with my points but when u argue with me u take a different stance

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 12:33 PM
it takes alot of winning ot be successufl and make the playoffs in the nfl with a small amount of games, unless ur the Seahawks.. hence why all games are important

but al lthose important games build to one game where you need to win to get in. that is the most important game of the year you cna't argue it
</P>


Really, so by your definition the Washington game was the most important. By your definition the Seattle win was more important than the Dallas win.</P>


You don;t listen (or read) Knowing a game is important when you play it doesn't necessarily make it more important than a game that you didn't know was important.</P>


The Tenn. loss turned out to be huge. It cost us the difference between no playoffs and a #2 seed.</P>

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 12:35 PM
I saw that movie, where the kids get drunk at the last party before they go separate direction to college?
</P>


its a really funny flick. prob in my top 5 of comedies</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:35 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</p>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</p>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</p>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</p>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</p>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</p>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</p>


5. Out of conference games.</p>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</p>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</p>




again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....
</p>


Some definately ARE more important. In 2007, the most important game BY FAR, was week three at Washington. I was lucky enough to be there.</p>




see im a little foggy, 2007 was a little different. Didn't we back in to the playoff then? I mean we won in Buffalo but didn't we clinch because somebody else lost? Every yea ris different, but when you have 1 or 2 games where u indefinitly control your fate, those are the biggest games of the year. BY far

A win in week three would of just been another win and we would be talking about the Minny game being the most important because we took care of business when we had to
</p>


We clinched by beating Buffalo. But week three we were 0-2 and losing 17-3 at the half. That comback got us going and we won 6 straight after the 0-2 start.</p>


That was no random week 3 game Matt. Its a bad idea to start drinking before you get there. There will be plenty of time to drink in Vegas.</p>

so for arguments sake lets say we won the Titans game and the rest of the season played out the same exact way

so then what was our biggest game of the year

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:36 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
I like Buddy too, but I wonder about his avatar. Maybe just me, but did he choose that pic to make other's think he's special, so they would go easy on him. I've seen other's tell him that they are trying to politely ignore him in the past. LOL

I know everyone is entitled to their opinion. All the games of the season are important, but some are much more important than other's. IE-division and playoff contention games. I don't see that logic.




dude

dont tell me you've never seen superbad
I saw that movie, where the kids get drunk at the last party before they go separate direction to college?


lol yea

thats a picture of mclovin form superbad that buddy uses lol

thats a classic

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 12:36 PM
i wish i had a camera to take a picture of those giant fans tipping over the portapotty with the eagle fan in it after the worst game iv ever seen

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 12:36 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<U> biggest</U> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
</P>


The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</P>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</P>


see i dont even think that. they beat us twice and still had a shot so to me, that means its just another game. yea its big cause i want to paint my room with michael vicks blood but on paper its just as important as the panther game, colts, tenn, beating the **** out of the bears and texans. WE MUST WIN THEM ALLL!!!!


I would of agreed with you more on that, had it not been one of the most disgusting losses ever and we would of also locked up the division. Its hard to say that wasn't the biggest game of the year by an account

how contradicting are you. You just got done telling me how u dont thin kany game isbigger than the other then u reply with this nad say that u don't even think that it was the biggest loss of the season because we still had a win and in game the following week lol

so essentially with that statement u agree with my points but when u argue with me u take a different stance
</P>


I gave you my hierarchy of importance.</P>


But ultimately here's how you determine the most important games of the year.</P>


1 thru 16.</P>


1. The game where a different outcome has the maximum impact on the results of the season.</P>


16. The game where a different outcome had the least impact on the season.</P>


None of that has anything to do with WHEN the game is played.</P>

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 12:39 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</P>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</P>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</P>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</P>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</P>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</P>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</P>


5. Out of conference games.</P>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</P>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</P>




again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....
</P>


Some definately ARE more important. In 2007, the most important game BY FAR, was week three at Washington. I was lucky enough to be there.</P>




see im a little foggy, 2007 was a little different. Didn't we back in to the playoff then? I mean we won in Buffalo but didn't we clinch because somebody else lost? Every yea ris different, but when you have 1 or 2 games where u indefinitly control your fate, those are the biggest games of the year. BY far

A win in week three would of just been another win and we would be talking about the Minny game being the most important because we took care of business when we had to
</P>


We clinched by beating Buffalo. But week three we were 0-2 and losing 17-3 at the half. That comback got us going and we won 6 straight after the 0-2 start.</P>


That was no random week 3 game Matt. Its a bad idea to start drinking before you get there. There will be plenty of time to drink in Vegas.</P>




so for arguments sake lets say we won the Titans game and the rest of the season played out the same exact way

so then what was our biggest game of the year
</P>


The most important game of the year would have been the one where the result of the game had the largest impact on the outcome of our season.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:40 PM
it takes alot of winning ot be successufl and make the playoffs in the nfl with a small amount of games, unless ur the Seahawks.. hence why all games are important

but al lthose important games build to one game where you need to win to get in. that is the most important game of the year you cna't argue it
</p>


Really, so by your definition the Washington game was the most important. By your definition the Seattle win was more important than the Dallas win.</p>


You don;t listen (or read) Knowing a game is important when you play it doesn't necessarily make it more important than a game that you didn't know was important.</p>


The Tenn. loss turned out to be huge. It cost us the difference between no playoffs and a #2 seed.</p>

I agree it was big.. hence why every NFL game IS important

but when u have an all or nothing game, regardless of how important everything else was that was ur biggest game.

and no winning a game vs a divisional team that is a playoffish team is bigger

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 12:40 PM
Just remember. when you think youre having a bad day...somewhere, someone is having a worse one... (http://i.imgur.com/F5gjn.jpg)Sometimes that's the only way I can get thru a day.

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:40 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</p>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</p>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</p>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</p>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</p>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</p>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</p>


5. Out of conference games.</p>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</p>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</p>




again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....
</p>


Some definately ARE more important. In 2007, the most important game BY FAR, was week three at Washington. I was lucky enough to be there.</p>




see im a little foggy, 2007 was a little different. Didn't we back in to the playoff then? I mean we won in Buffalo but didn't we clinch because somebody else lost? Every yea ris different, but when you have 1 or 2 games where u indefinitly control your fate, those are the biggest games of the year. BY far

A win in week three would of just been another win and we would be talking about the Minny game being the most important because we took care of business when we had to
</p>


We clinched by beating Buffalo. But week three we were 0-2 and losing 17-3 at the half. That comback got us going and we won 6 straight after the 0-2 start.</p>


That was no random week 3 game Matt. Its a bad idea to start drinking before you get there. There will be plenty of time to drink in Vegas.</p>




so for arguments sake lets say we won the Titans game and the rest of the season played out the same exact way

so then what was our biggest game of the year
</p>


The most important game of the year would have been the one where the result of the game had the largest impact on the outcome of our season.</p>

which would of been what game

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 12:41 PM
it takes alot of winning ot be successufl and make the playoffs in the nfl with a small amount of games, unless ur the Seahawks.. hence why all games are important

but al lthose important games build to one game where you need to win to get in. that is the most important game of the year you cna't argue it
</P>


Really, so by your definition the Washington game was the most important. By your definition the Seattle win was more important than the Dallas win.</P>


You don;t listen (or read) Knowing a game is important when you play it doesn't necessarily make it more important than a game that you didn't know was important.</P>


The Tenn. loss turned out to be huge. It cost us the difference between no playoffs and a #2 seed.</P>




I agree it was big.. hence why every NFL game IS important

but when u have an all or nothing game, regardless of how important everything else was that was ur biggest game.

and no winning a game vs a divisional team that is a playoffish team is bigger
</P>


As it turns out, though we didn't know it at the time, the Tennessee game was also "all or nothing"</P>

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 12:43 PM
it takes alot of winning ot be successufl and make the playoffs in the nfl with a small amount of games, unless ur the Seahawks.. hence why all games are important

but al lthose important games build to one game where you need to win to get in. that is the most important game of the year you cna't argue it
</p>


Really, so by your definition the Washington game was the most important. By your definition the Seattle win was more important than the Dallas win.</p>


You don;t listen (or read) Knowing a game is important when you play it doesn't necessarily make it more important than a game that you didn't know was important.</p>


The Tenn. loss turned out to be huge. It cost us the difference between no playoffs and a #2 seed.</p>

I agree it was big.. hence why every NFL game IS important

but when u have an all or nothing game, regardless of how important everything else was that was ur biggest game.

and no winning a game vs a divisional team that is a playoffish team is bigger
Absolutely every game is important in the NFL. Sometimes you don't realize until the season is almost over, just how important some games were.

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 12:46 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</P>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</P>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</P>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</P>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</P>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</P>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</P>


5. Out of conference games.</P>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</P>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</P>




again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....
</P>


Some definately ARE more important. In 2007, the most important game BY FAR, was week three at Washington. I was lucky enough to be there.</P>




see im a little foggy, 2007 was a little different. Didn't we back in to the playoff then? I mean we won in Buffalo but didn't we clinch because somebody else lost? Every yea ris different, but when you have 1 or 2 games where u indefinitly control your fate, those are the biggest games of the year. BY far

A win in week three would of just been another win and we would be talking about the Minny game being the most important because we took care of business when we had to
</P>


We clinched by beating Buffalo. But week three we were 0-2 and losing 17-3 at the half. That comback got us going and we won 6 straight after the 0-2 start.</P>


That was no random week 3 game Matt. Its a bad idea to start drinking before you get there. There will be plenty of time to drink in Vegas.</P>




so for arguments sake lets say we won the Titans game and the rest of the season played out the same exact way

so then what was our biggest game of the year
</P>


The most important game of the year would have been the one where the result of the game had the largest impact on the outcome of our season.</P>




which would of been what game
</P>


It depends on how we faired in the playoffs. if we had faced the Eagles and lost because our confidence was shot and kept us from getting to the superbowl it still might have been the Eagles loss.</P>


If we had a huge comeback vs. Tenn. (like being 2 TD's down and coming back to win) we might have won a few other games we ended up losing. That would make a game earlier in the season more important because it was early and we could build confidence off of that win.</P>


No way of knowing unless you know what else would have happened.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:47 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<u> biggest</u> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
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The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</p>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</p>


see i dont even think that. they beat us twice and still had a shot so to me, that means its just another game. yea its big cause i want to paint my room with michael vicks blood but on paper its just as important as the panther game, colts, tenn, beating the **** out of the bears and texans. WE MUST WIN THEM ALLL!!!!


I would of agreed with you more on that, had it not been one of the most disgusting losses ever and we would of also locked up the division. Its hard to say that wasn't the biggest game of the year by an account

how contradicting are you. You just got done telling me how u dont thin kany game isbigger than the other then u reply with this nad say that u don't even think that it was the biggest loss of the season because we still had a win and in game the following week lol

so essentially with that statement u agree with my points but when u argue with me u take a different stance
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I gave you my hierarchy of importance.</p>


But ultimately here's how you determine the most important games of the year.</p>


1 thru 16.</p>


1. The game where a different outcome has the maximum impact on the results of the season.</p>


16. The game where a different outcome had the least impact on the season.</p>


None of that has anything to do with WHEN the game is played.</p>

well i disagree. Timing does absolutely matter... if we're going to go back and play the what ifs, then lets do that

so say we won the Titans game ... but then say the Eagles beat the Redskins week 4 instead of lost. We would of been in the same boat.

Or just say that our schedule played out the same but the Eagles lost to the 9ers....

so many different things can happen. Its not JUST about what the Giants do in reality. When u know the situation and u have to lineup knowing if u win this game ur in... that game is the biggest game of the year... if u lose, u choke and thats the worst loss of the season

How u can even say the Titans game is anywhere near the Eagles or Packers i mind blowing

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 12:48 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<u> biggest</u> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
</p>


The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</p>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</p>see i dont even think that. they beat us twice and still had a shot so to me, that means its just another game. yea its big cause i want to paint my room with michael vicks blood but on paper its just as important as the panther game, colts, tenn, beating the **** out of the bears and texans. WE MUST WIN THEM ALLL!!!!


I would of agreed with you more on that, had it not been one of the most disgusting losses ever and we would of also locked up the division. Its hard to say that wasn't the biggest game of the year by an account

<u>how contradicting are you. You just got done telling me how u dont thin kany game isbigger than the other then u reply with this nad say that u don't even think that it was the biggest loss of the season because we still had a win and in game the following week lol</u>

so essentially with that statement u agree with my points but when u argue with me u take a different stance
actually that isnt contradicting at all. that just supports my point more. you just said phili was the most important loss/game but in your way of thinking it should be the green bay game. right? lol
i was pointing out the eagle game cause you kept saying how important is was, but it wasnt cause we were still in it. we as fans and nfl marketing make it seem more important. looking at the season as a whole the greenbay loss is equally just as bad as the colt, tenn, cowboy, eagle. pick a loss. a loss is a loss

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:49 PM
it takes alot of winning ot be successufl and make the playoffs in the nfl with a small amount of games, unless ur the Seahawks.. hence why all games are important

but al lthose important games build to one game where you need to win to get in. that is the most important game of the year you cna't argue it
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Really, so by your definition the Washington game was the most important. By your definition the Seattle win was more important than the Dallas win.</p>


You don;t listen (or read) Knowing a game is important when you play it doesn't necessarily make it more important than a game that you didn't know was important.</p>


The Tenn. loss turned out to be huge. It cost us the difference between no playoffs and a #2 seed.</p>




I agree it was big.. hence why every NFL game IS important

but when u have an all or nothing game, regardless of how important everything else was that was ur biggest game.

and no winning a game vs a divisional team that is a playoffish team is bigger
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As it turns out, though we didn't know it at the time, the Tennessee game was also "all or nothing"</p>

exactly my point why the pack and eagles game were more important, because you went in those games knowing the situation

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MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:49 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</p>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</p>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</p>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</p>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</p>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</p>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</p>


5. Out of conference games.</p>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</p>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</p>




again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....
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Some definately ARE more important. In 2007, the most important game BY FAR, was week three at Washington. I was lucky enough to be there.</p>




see im a little foggy, 2007 was a little different. Didn't we back in to the playoff then? I mean we won in Buffalo but didn't we clinch because somebody else lost? Every yea ris different, but when you have 1 or 2 games where u indefinitly control your fate, those are the biggest games of the year. BY far

A win in week three would of just been another win and we would be talking about the Minny game being the most important because we took care of business when we had to
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We clinched by beating Buffalo. But week three we were 0-2 and losing 17-3 at the half. That comback got us going and we won 6 straight after the 0-2 start.</p>


That was no random week 3 game Matt. Its a bad idea to start drinking before you get there. There will be plenty of time to drink in Vegas.</p>




so for arguments sake lets say we won the Titans game and the rest of the season played out the same exact way

so then what was our biggest game of the year
</p>


The most important game of the year would have been the one where the result of the game had the largest impact on the outcome of our season.</p>




which would of been what game
</p>


It depends on how we faired in the playoffs. if we had faced the Eagles and lost because our confidence was shot and kept us from getting to the superbowl it still might have been the Eagles loss.</p>


If we had a huge comeback vs. Tenn. (like being 2 TD's down and coming back to win) we might have won a few other games we ended up losing. That would make a game earlier in the season more important because it was early and we could build confidence off of that win.</p>


No way of knowing unless you know what else would have happened.</p>

that was the biggest crock of **** answer

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:52 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<u> biggest</u> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
</p>


The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</p>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</p>see i dont even think that. they beat us twice and still had a shot so to me, that means its just another game. yea its big cause i want to paint my room with michael vicks blood but on paper its just as important as the panther game, colts, tenn, beating the **** out of the bears and texans. WE MUST WIN THEM ALLL!!!!


I would of agreed with you more on that, had it not been one of the most disgusting losses ever and we would of also locked up the division. Its hard to say that wasn't the biggest game of the year by an account

<u>how contradicting are you. You just got done telling me how u dont thin kany game isbigger than the other then u reply with this nad say that u don't even think that it was the biggest loss of the season because we still had a win and in game the following week lol</u>

so essentially with that statement u agree with my points but when u argue with me u take a different stance
actually that isnt contradicting at all. that just supports my point more. you just said phili was the most important loss/game but in your way of thinking it should be the green bay game. right? lol
i was pointing out the eagle game cause you kept saying how important is was, but it wasnt cause we were still in it. we as fans and nfl marketing make it seem more important. looking at the season as a whole the greenbay loss is equally just as bad as the colt, tenn, cowboy, eagle. pick a loss. a loss is a loss


no my general point is that any game that you go into knowing that if u win your in the playoffs, is the biggest game

so basically those both are on the same level

I would give the Philly game a slight advantage as being bigger just because of the way we lost. Theres no way that we should have, up that much with so little time left

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 12:53 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
</p>


You contradict yourself. You call a week 3 game "random" which suggests that its not important. So essentially you are saying, "every game is important but.....not really"</p>


Heres's the hierarchy of importants in an NFL season.</p>


1. Divisional games (against the better teams in the division)</p>


2. Divisional games vs. the lesser teams in the division.</p>


3. Conference games against the better teams in the conference</p>


4. Conference games against the lesser teams in the conference.</p>


5. Out of conference games.</p>


The Dallas game we played week 2 in 2009 was a HUGE game.</p>


The order in the schedule in which they are played means nothing. You just know less early in the season about the importance of a win or loss. But that doesn't change the importance.</p>




again... all games important in the nfl

some are just more important than others...

divisional games are most important but then really after that its all the same. Except if something is on the line like a playoff spot. Then it doesnt matter if ur playing an AFC team. If Green Bay was an AFC team, it wouldn't matter because if we beat them we were in. Everything was laid out on the table - it was known how important those games were....
</p>


Some definately ARE more important. In 2007, the most important game BY FAR, was week three at Washington. I was lucky enough to be there.</p>




see im a little foggy, 2007 was a little different. Didn't we back in to the playoff then? I mean we won in Buffalo but didn't we clinch because somebody else lost? Every yea ris different, but when you have 1 or 2 games where u indefinitly control your fate, those are the biggest games of the year. BY far

A win in week three would of just been another win and we would be talking about the Minny game being the most important because we took care of business when we had to
</p>


We clinched by beating Buffalo. But week three we were 0-2 and losing 17-3 at the half. That comback got us going and we won 6 straight after the 0-2 start.</p>


That was no random week 3 game Matt. Its a bad idea to start drinking before you get there. There will be plenty of time to drink in Vegas.</p>




so for arguments sake lets say we won the Titans game and the rest of the season played out the same exact way

so then what was our biggest game of the year
</p>


The most important game of the year would have been the one where the result of the game had the largest impact on the outcome of our season.</p>




which would of been what game
</p>


It depends on how we faired in the playoffs. if we had faced the Eagles and lost because our confidence was shot and kept us from getting to the superbowl it still might have been the Eagles loss.</p>


If we had a huge comeback vs. Tenn. (like being 2 TD's down and coming back to win) we might have won a few other games we ended up losing. That would make a game earlier in the season more important because it was early and we could build confidence off of that win.</p>


No way of knowing unless you know what else would have happened.</p>

that was the biggest crock of **** answer


I can see the point of building confidence with wins early in the season. I agree with that. After the Chicago game, I felt an energy come over this team that pulled us forward straight thru the seahawks.

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 12:55 PM
I just keep scrolling past the giant block quotes, looking for shorter posts, because I find it annoying when you guys cant edit quotes like normal people. lol</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 12:58 PM
I just keep scrolling past the giant block quotes, looking for shorter posts, because I find it annoying when you guys cant edit quotes like normal people. lol</p>

says the guy to lazy to post pictures in the thread and makes us click links

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 01:02 PM
I just keep scrolling past the giant block quotes, looking for shorter posts, because I find it annoying when you guys cant edit quotes like normal people. lol</P>




says the guy to lazy to post pictures in the thread and makes us click links
</P>


i always post the pics. i felt the description link was necessary. lol</P>

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 01:04 PM
I just keep scrolling past the giant block quotes, looking for shorter posts, because I find it annoying when you guys cant edit quotes like normal people. lol</P>


</P>


No one who chats on a football message board every day is normal. Your standard is misplaced.</P>

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 01:05 PM
I just keep scrolling past the giant block quotes, looking for shorter posts, because I find it annoying when you guys cant edit quotes like normal people. lol</P>


</P>


No one who chats on a football message board every day is normal. Your standard is misplaced.</P>


</P>


you probably have a point....but even still...**** THAT NOISE!!!</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 01:05 PM
I just keep scrolling past the giant block quotes, looking for shorter posts, because I find it annoying when you guys cant edit quotes like normal people. lol</p>


</p>


No one who chats on a football message board every day is normal. Your standard is misplaced.</p>

did u forget u were talking to somebody with multiple personalities?

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 01:08 PM
hahahahaha....i go to ESPN.com and I see the front page pic of the Miami Heat, Lebron is doing this like flex/screaming thing in the foreground, but then you see Mike Miller like 10 feet behind him, with a **** eating grin on his face, and it literally looks like he's about to nail lebron in the back with the ball, dodgeball style lmao</P>

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 01:09 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<U> biggest</U> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
</P>


The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</P>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</P>


see i dont even think that. they beat us twice and still had a shot so to me, that means its just another game. yea its big cause i want to paint my room with michael vicks blood but on paper its just as important as the panther game, colts, tenn, beating the **** out of the bears and texans. WE MUST WIN THEM ALLL!!!!


I would of agreed with you more on that, had it not been one of the most disgusting losses ever and we would of also locked up the division. Its hard to say that wasn't the biggest game of the year by an account

how contradicting are you. You just got done telling me how u dont thin kany game isbigger than the other then u reply with this nad say that u don't even think that it was the biggest loss of the season because we still had a win and in game the following week lol

so essentially with that statement u agree with my points but when u argue with me u take a different stance
</P>


I gave you my hierarchy of importance.</P>


But ultimately here's how you determine the most important games of the year.</P>


1 thru 16.</P>


1. The game where a different outcome has the maximum impact on the results of the season.</P>


16. The game where a different outcome had the least impact on the season.</P>


None of that has anything to do with WHEN the game is played.</P>




well i disagree. Timing does absolutely matter... if we're going to go back and play the what ifs, then lets do that

so say we won the Titans game ... but then say the Eagles beat the Redskins week 4 instead of lost. We would of been in the same boat.

Or just say that our schedule played out the same but the Eagles lost to the 9ers....

so many different things can happen. Its not JUST about what the Giants do in reality. When u know the situation and u have to lineup knowing if u win this game ur in... that game is the biggest game of the year... if u lose, u choke and thats the worst loss of the season

How u can even say the Titans game is anywhere near the Eagles or Packers i mind blowing
</P>


This post is the product of a troubled mind. Now you are changing the results of other games.</P>


Based on what?</P>

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 01:10 PM
hahahahaha....i go to ESPN.com and I see the front page pic of the Miami Heat, Lebron is doing this like flex/screaming thing in the foreground, but then you see Mike Miller like 10 feet behind him, with a **** eating grin on his face, and it literally looks like he's about to nail lebron in the back with the ball, dodgeball style lmao</P>


</P>


They're still playing basketball?</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 01:12 PM
this poster buddy has been around a while. I like him hes a nice guy

but im starting to think hes borderline insnae

hes trying to tell me that all the games of the regular season are of equal importance

How any body could think that a game in week 3 is more important than our win and in games vs philly and gb in week 15 and 16 is beyond me
i think they are extremely important, if we won the titans game we would of made the playoffs last year


nobody is saying that games ARENT important

but to say that week 3 loss is as important as a week 15 and 16 games where its win and ur in lose and ur done is sick.

Week 3 game loss will neve rbe important because you'll have time to make up for the loss.... u wouldn't have that luxory in week 16. We were lucky to have another shot after the Eagles game to make up for it, but we dind't execute.


i agree with you in like baseball, hockey and all the long seasons, but 16 games, every game is important. sure you can make up for a week 3 lose, but we didnt. thats why they are important. all games in the nfl are important. true once we get to dec things start getting even more crazy, but if we won week 3, it wouldnt be an issue.


Well first off if your going to look at our worst loss of the season, it came week 15. To try and say we should of won any other game except for tha tPhilly2 is just making .

But either way, reread what i said...

I said in football - EVERY GAME IS IMPORTANT. There is no doubt

BUT, to say that a random week 3 game is just as important as a game where you cna win the division and lock up a playoff spot is crazy
im not looking at our worst lost of the season. i picked the tenn game to give an example of if we won that game, which we would of if it wasnt for turnovers and a prevent defense, we would of made the playoffs. as fans we look at the eagles and cowboys as division RIVALS, sure they are more important than other games but not by much imo, philly beat us twice and we were still in the mix. ughhhhhh **** philly


and thats true if we won the tenn game we would of been in.. but still had we won that game it still wouldn't of been our<u> biggest</u> game of the year...

our biggest game of the year would of then been the Vikings game where if we won it would of locked us in the playoffs
there is no biggest game of the year. we as fans just think that when it gets down to the wire. its just as big if we beat tenn. thats the point
</p>


The most important game of the year was the home loss to Philly. Only because we were 21 points ahead with 8 minutes and this blowing of that lead was historic.</p>


It would have been the biggest loss of the season if it was played week 1 or week 17.</p>


see i dont even think that. they beat us twice and still had a shot so to me, that means its just another game. yea its big cause i want to paint my room with michael vicks blood but on paper its just as important as the panther game, colts, tenn, beating the **** out of the bears and texans. WE MUST WIN THEM ALLL!!!!


I would of agreed with you more on that, had it not been one of the most disgusting losses ever and we would of also locked up the division. Its hard to say that wasn't the biggest game of the year by an account

how contradicting are you. You just got done telling me how u dont thin kany game isbigger than the other then u reply with this nad say that u don't even think that it was the biggest loss of the season because we still had a win and in game the following week lol

so essentially with that statement u agree with my points but when u argue with me u take a different stance
</p>


I gave you my hierarchy of importance.</p>


But ultimately here's how you determine the most important games of the year.</p>


1 thru 16.</p>


1. The game where a different outcome has the maximum impact on the results of the season.</p>


16. The game where a different outcome had the least impact on the season.</p>


None of that has anything to do with WHEN the game is played.</p>




well i disagree. Timing does absolutely matter... if we're going to go back and play the what ifs, then lets do that

so say we won the Titans game ... but then say the Eagles beat the Redskins week 4 instead of lost. We would of been in the same boat.

Or just say that our schedule played out the same but the Eagles lost to the 9ers....

so many different things can happen. Its not JUST about what the Giants do in reality. When u know the situation and u have to lineup knowing if u win this game ur in... that game is the biggest game of the year... if u lose, u choke and thats the worst loss of the season

How u can even say the Titans game is anywhere near the Eagles or Packers i mind blowing
</p>


This post is the product of a troubled mind. Now you are changing the results of other games.</p>


Based on what?</p>

ur the one that was changing the results. You said had we won (We didnt we lost).

So if we're playing the what if game what if other things happened.... hindsight is 20/20, when its all on the line and u dont show thats a huge problem.

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 01:14 PM
hahahahaha....i go to ESPN.com and I see the front page pic of the Miami Heat, Lebron is doing this like flex/screaming thing in the foreground, but then you see Mike Miller like 10 feet behind him, with a **** eating grin on his face, and it literally looks like he's about to nail lebron in the back with the ball, dodgeball style lmao</P>


</P>


They're still playing basketball?</P>


</P>


I know , right? but since most teams are better than the geriatric celts, im sure you lost interest.</P>

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 01:15 PM
I just keep scrolling past the giant block quotes, looking for shorter posts, because I find it annoying when you guys cant edit quotes like normal people. lol</p>

says the guy to lazy to post pictures in the thread and makes us click links
I am not even capable of posting a valid clickable link--

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 01:17 PM
hahahahaha....i go to ESPN.com and I see the front page pic of the Miami Heat, Lebron is doing this like flex/screaming thing in the foreground, but then you see Mike Miller like 10 feet behind him, with a **** eating grin on his face, and it literally looks like he's about to nail lebron in the back with the ball, dodgeball style lmao</p>
It does look like that guy wants to play dodgeball --lol
http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2011/0527/nba_g_lbj1_sy_576.jpg

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 01:19 PM
god do i hate lebron

last game (not last nights), he like drove and made a shot and was barely touched... not a foul at all by playoff basketball rtules

thers a timeout called he starts crying to the ref and then midway through crying hes like "NA NA, I DONT EVEN WANT A FOUL. FORGET IT NO FOUL, NO FOUL"

like yea ur hard... ****in cream filled fruit loop

god i cannot stand him... i disliked him strongly while he was a Cav, now I really can't stomach him.

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 01:31 PM
god do i hate lebron

last game (not last nights), he like drove and made a shot and was barely touched... not a foul at all by playoff basketball rtules

thers a timeout called he starts crying to the ref and then midway through crying hes like "NA NA, I DONT EVEN WANT A FOUL. FORGET IT NO FOUL, NO FOUL"

like yea ur hard... ****in cream filled fruit loop

god i cannot stand him... i disliked him strongly while he was a Cav, now I really can't stomach him.
</P>


I hate him also. I was kind of indifferent when he was in cleveland, but I dont really even respect him anymore. I have family in Akron who consider him the devil.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 01:36 PM
you have to respect his skill

but hes always been a whiney baby. I hate how he handles himself... again, even before he went to Miami...

i really hope he never wins a championship ever

LETS GO DIRK

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 01:39 PM
you have to respect his skill

but hes always been a whiney baby. I hate how he handles himself... again, even before he went to Miami...

i really hope he never wins a championship ever

LETS GO DIRK
</P>


Dirk Nowitzki....giving little white kids all over the world false hope.</P>


lol</P>


I'm with ya though. Hope the Mavs pull the series out.</P>

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 01:49 PM
you have to respect his skill

but hes always been a whiney baby. I hate how he handles himself... again, even before he went to Miami...

i really hope he never wins a championship ever

LETS GO DIRK
</p>


Dirk Nowitzki....giving little white kids all over the world false hope.</p>


lol</p>


I'm with ya though. Hope the Mavs pull the series out.</p>theres nothing little about that guy lol hes a big dude.

ny06
05-27-2011, 01:50 PM
god do i hate lebron

last game (not last nights), he like drove and made a shot and was barely touched... not a foul at all by playoff basketball rtules

thers a timeout called he starts crying to the ref and then midway through crying hes like "NA NA, I DONT EVEN WANT A FOUL. FORGET IT NO FOUL, NO FOUL"

like yea ur hard... ****in cream filled fruit loop

god i cannot stand him... i disliked him strongly while he was a Cav, now I really can't stomach him.
</P>


</P>


What's with Scottie Pippen saying that Lebron James could be better then Jordan? </P>


http://sports.espn.go.com/chicago/nba/news/story?id=6599168</P>


</P>

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 01:54 PM
you have to respect his skill

but hes always been a whiney baby. I hate how he handles himself... again, even before he went to Miami...

i really hope he never wins a championship ever

LETS GO DIRK
</P>


Dirk Nowitzki....giving little white kids all over the world false hope.</P>


lol</P>


I'm with ya though. Hope the Mavs pull the series out.</P>


theres nothing little about that guy lol hes a big dude.
</P>


You lack reading comprehension.</P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 01:54 PM
god do i hate lebron

last game (not last nights), he like drove and made a shot and was barely touched... not a foul at all by playoff basketball rtules

thers a timeout called he starts crying to the ref and then midway through crying hes like "NA NA, I DONT EVEN WANT A FOUL. FORGET IT NO FOUL, NO FOUL"

like yea ur hard... ****in cream filled fruit loop

god i cannot stand him... i disliked him strongly while he was a Cav, now I really can't stomach him.
</p>


</p>


What's with Scottie Pippen saying that Lebron James could be better then Jordan? </p>


http://sports.espn.go.com/chicago/nba/news/story?id=6599168</p>


</p>

as somebody on lando's page awlays said: Robin always wants to be batman

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 01:57 PM
god do i hate lebron

last game (not last nights), he like drove and made a shot and was barely touched... not a foul at all by playoff basketball rtules

thers a timeout called he starts crying to the ref and then midway through crying hes like "NA NA, I DONT EVEN WANT A FOUL. FORGET IT NO FOUL, NO FOUL"

like yea ur hard... ****in cream filled fruit loop

god i cannot stand him... i disliked him strongly while he was a Cav, now I really can't stomach him.
</P>


</P>


What's with Scottie Pippen saying that Lebron James could be better then Jordan? </P>


http://sports.espn.go.com/chicago/nba/news/story?id=6599168</P>


</P>




as somebody on lando's page awlays said: Robin always wants to be batman
</P>


Pippen is a good dude...he's just sayin what people want to hear I think. Lebron is no Jordan....Kobe is no Jordan. Pippen is a hall of famer, so even if he was sayin some slanderous ****, he's kinda entitled to his opinion. But i think it's blown a bit out of proportion to be honest.</P>

ny06
05-27-2011, 01:57 PM
god do i hate lebron

last game (not last nights), he like drove and made a shot and was barely touched... not a foul at all by playoff basketball rtules

thers a timeout called he starts crying to the ref and then midway through crying hes like "NA NA, I DONT EVEN WANT A FOUL. FORGET IT NO FOUL, NO FOUL"

like yea ur hard... ****in cream filled fruit loop

god i cannot stand him... i disliked him strongly while he was a Cav, now I really can't stomach him.
</P>


</P>


What's with Scottie Pippen saying that Lebron James could be better then Jordan? </P>


http://sports.espn.go.com/chicago/nba/news/story?id=6599168</P>


</P>




as somebody on lando's page awlays said: Robin always wants to be batman
</P>


Good point. </P>


Pippen always was jealous of Jordan. </P>


How many championships did Pippen win without Jordan? <U>zero</U></P>

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 02:01 PM
you have to respect his skill

but hes always been a whiney baby. I hate how he handles himself... again, even before he went to Miami...

i really hope he never wins a championship ever

LETS GO DIRK
</p>


Dirk Nowitzki....giving little white kids all over the world false hope.</p>


lol</p>


I'm with ya though. Hope the Mavs pull the series out.</p>


theres nothing little about that guy lol hes a big dude.
</p>


You lack reading comprehension.</p>you lack my cack

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 02:07 PM
you have to respect his skill

but hes always been a whiney baby. I hate how he handles himself... again, even before he went to Miami...

i really hope he never wins a championship ever

LETS GO DIRK
</P>


Dirk Nowitzki....giving little white kids all over the world false hope.</P>


lol</P>


I'm with ya though. Hope the Mavs pull the series out.</P>


theres nothing little about that guy lol hes a big dude.
</P>


You lack reading comprehension.</P>


you lack my cack
</P>


You sir.....are strange...</P>

ny06
05-27-2011, 02:20 PM
This is how you finish a block. </P>


http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=2433176&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/2433176/greg-little.html) </P>

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 02:22 PM
you have to respect his skill

but hes always been a whiney baby. I hate how he handles himself... again, even before he went to Miami...

i really hope he never wins a championship ever

LETS GO DIRK
</p>


Dirk Nowitzki....giving little white kids all over the world false hope.</p>


lol</p>


I'm with ya though. Hope the Mavs pull the series out.</p>


theres nothing little about that guy lol hes a big dude.
</p>


You lack reading comprehension.</p>


you lack my cack
</p>


You sir.....are strange...</p>

anybody else disturbed by this back and forth between DEPIZZ

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 02:24 PM
god do i hate lebron

last game (not last nights), he like drove and made a shot and was barely touched... not a foul at all by playoff basketball rtules

thers a timeout called he starts crying to the ref and then midway through crying hes like "NA NA, I DONT EVEN WANT A FOUL. FORGET IT NO FOUL, NO FOUL"

like yea ur hard... ****in cream filled fruit loop

god i cannot stand him... i disliked him strongly while he was a Cav, now I really can't stomach him.
</p>


</p>


What's with Scottie Pippen saying that Lebron James could be better then Jordan? </p>


http://sports.espn.go.com/chicago/nba/news/story?id=6599168</p>


</p>




as somebody on lando's page awlays said: Robin always wants to be batman
</p>


Pippen is a good dude...he's just sayin what people want to hear I think. Lebron is no Jordan....Kobe is no Jordan. Pippen is a hall of famer, so even if he was sayin some slanderous ****, he's kinda entitled to his opinion. But i think it's blown a bit out of proportion to be honest.</p>

na hes always had a "Always a bridesmaid, never the bride" thing going...

this just feeds back to his jealousy from jordan

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 02:29 PM
na hes always had a "Always a bridesmaid, never the bride" thing going...

this just feeds back to his jealousy from jordan
</P>


probably....I may have blocked it from my mind because those are my 2 favorite players.
If I ever learned that Pippen hated Jordan for some reason, I'd find a a way to delete every childhood memory I ever had!</P>

ny06
05-27-2011, 02:31 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=16839&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/16839/bj-vs-urlacher.html)

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 02:34 PM
This is how you finish a block. </p>


http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=2433176&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/2433176/greg-little.html) </p>That is how you finish. Reminds me of scene in the movie the blind side.

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 02:35 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=16839&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/16839/bj-vs-urlacher.html) We need him to do alot of that and to hold onto the ball while he's doing it this year.

ny06
05-27-2011, 02:39 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=16839&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/16839/bj-vs-urlacher.html) We need him to do alot of that and to hold onto the ball while he's doing it this year.
</P>


Urlacher will learn to never go high to tackle Jacobs </P>

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 02:40 PM
JP, does the debauchery begin this weekend for your kegger schedule?

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 02:42 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=16839&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/16839/bj-vs-urlacher.html) [/URL]We need him to do alot of that and to hold onto the ball while he's doing it this year.
</p>


Urlacher will learn to never go high to tackle Jacobs </p>What was he thinking?

Here now, the nooner, I think this one is Dezz's taste:

[url="http://blaster.capris.net/Redirect.aspx?elid=75292063&amp;h=49c6c682f24ed74c2bbb c445f5a1a28f&amp;mleid=4138775&amp;langid=1&amp;lid=1440752"]http://www.americancurvesmag.com/nooner/images/NatashaYi.jpg (http://www.gifsoup.com/)

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 02:59 PM
na hes always had a "Always a bridesmaid, never the bride" thing going...

this just feeds back to his jealousy from jordan
</p>


probably....I may have blocked it from my mind because those are my 2 favorite players.
If I ever learned that Pippen hated Jordan for some reason, I'd find a a way to delete every childhood memory I ever had!</p>

not hated... more jealous

always felt like he never got his props and was always in jordans shadow

to be honest im not sure if Pipper played anywhere else that he would be as revered as he is

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 03:00 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=16839&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/16839/bj-vs-urlacher.html) [/URL]We need him to do alot of that and to hold onto the ball while he's doing it this year.
</p>


Urlacher will learn to never go high to tackle Jacobs </p>What was he thinking?

Here now, the nooner, I think this one is Dezz's taste:

[url="http://blaster.capris.net/Redirect.aspx?elid=75292063&amp;h=49c6c682f24ed74c2bbb c445f5a1a28f&amp;mleid=4138775&amp;langid=1&amp;lid=1440752"]http://www.americancurvesmag.com/nooner/images/NatashaYi.jpg (http://www.gifsoup.com/)


jesus god yes

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 03:09 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=16839&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/16839/bj-vs-urlacher.html) [/URL]We need him to do alot of that and to hold onto the ball while he's doing it this year.
</p>


Urlacher will learn to never go high to tackle Jacobs </p>What was he thinking?

Here now, the nooner, I think this one is Dezz's taste:

[url="http://blaster.capris.net/Redirect.aspx?elid=75292063&amp;h=49c6c682f24ed74c2bbb c445f5a1a28f&amp;mleid=4138775&amp;langid=1&amp;lid=1440752"]http://www.americancurvesmag.com/nooner/images/NatashaYi.jpg (http://www.gifsoup.com/)


jesus god yes
Are her boobs too large to come into focus with both my eye's or is her right boob larger?

Morehead State
05-27-2011, 03:13 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=16839&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/16839/bj-vs-urlacher.html) We need him to do alot of that and to hold onto the ball while he's doing it this year.
</P>


Urlacher will learn to never go high to tackle Jacobs </P>


What was he thinking?

Here now, the nooner, I think this one is <FONT size=5>Dezz's taste:
</FONT>
</P>


Breathing?</P>

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 03:18 PM
JP, does the debauchery begin this weekend for your kegger schedule?
</P>


yezzirrrr.....idk whats going on tonight, might just go see Hangover2 if someone ordered the tix yet,...
tmrw, my brother is having ppl over for the Man-U/Barcelona UEFA Championship, then we're all going out for the unicorn's bday at night...then Sunday is 8 hours of flip cup / beer pong and presumed drunken debauchery....</P>

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 03:18 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=16839&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/16839/bj-vs-urlacher.html) We need him to do alot of that and to hold onto the ball while he's doing it this year.
</p>


Urlacher will learn to never go high to tackle Jacobs </p>


What was he thinking?

Here now, the nooner, I think this one is <font size="5">Dezz's taste:
</font>
</p>


Breathing?</p>Lmao

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 03:20 PM
This is how you finish a block. </p>


http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=2433176&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/2433176/greg-little.html) </p>it looks like he spit on him

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 03:20 PM
JP, does the debauchery begin this weekend for your kegger schedule?
</p>


yezzirrrr.....idk whats going on tonight, might just go see Hangover2 if someone ordered the tix yet,...
tmrw, my brother is having ppl over for the Man-U/Barcelona UEFA Championship, then we're all going out for the unicorn's bday at night...then Sunday is 8 hours of flip cup / beer pong and presumed drunken debauchery....</p>Sounds like an awesome lineup for weekend. Weather is going to be good too. Hangover 2 looks hysterical. I heard there is a lawsuit over using the same tattoo that Mike Tyson has/

MattMeyerBud
05-27-2011, 03:21 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkcoobYUu8g


SEE YOU LATER GAY BOYYYYYSSSSSSSSSS

http://www.cinemablend.com/images/news_img/15974/the_hangover_15974.jpg

IM OUTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

shocknaweny
05-27-2011, 03:21 PM
What's up swaggers ??</P>


Heat to the Finals means me and Utah will both be paying our $50 for FF next year....u getting moved down to the B League MMB or who were the bottom 4 ??</P>

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 03:21 PM
This is how you finish a block. </p>


http://www.gifsoup.com/imager.php?id=2433176&amp;t=o (http://www.gifsoup.com/view/2433176/greg-little.html) </p>it looks like he spit on him
Your right, I thought he was just talking smack.

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 03:22 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkcoobYUu8g


SEE YOU LATER GAY BOYYYYYSSSSSSSSSS

http://www.cinemablend.com/images/news_img/15974/the_hangover_15974.jpg

IM OUTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Perfect segway---Hangover was in Vegas. Have a great time Bro---

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 03:23 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkcoobYUu8g


SEE YOU LATER GAY BOYYYYYSSSSSSSSSS

http://www.cinemablend.com/images/news_img/15974/the_hangover_15974.jpg

IM OUTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Perfect segway---Hangover was in Vegas. Have a great time Bro---
I think the full quote was " Suck these tiny chinese nuts, see you later Gay boyzzzzzz"

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 03:24 PM
JP, does the debauchery begin this weekend for your kegger schedule?
</P>


yezzirrrr.....idk whats going on tonight, might just go see Hangover2 if someone ordered the tix yet,...
tmrw, my brother is having ppl over for the Man-U/Barcelona UEFA Championship, then we're all going out for the unicorn's bday at night...then Sunday is 8 hours of flip cup / beer pong and presumed drunken debauchery....</P>


Sounds like an awesome lineup for weekend. Weather is going to be good too. Hangover 2 looks hysterical. I heard there is a lawsuit over using the same tattoo that Mike Tyson has/
</P>


how's that possible? he's in the movie....</P>

shocknaweny
05-27-2011, 03:25 PM
http://oi53.tinypic.com/28wjz1j.jpgwas that goff laying the wood?
</P>


Yeah</P>




im not going to cry if we sign a FA LB...

but i do think Goff has more room til he hits his ceiling.
</P>


I was impressed with Goff last season. </P>


We as fans forget it was his 1st season starting</P>


His glaring weakness is pass coverage. But he is legit at stopping the run</P>




and hes still an upgrade vs pierce in the pass
</P>


</P>


Goff is solid ...people need to get off his back...if Clint Sintim could live up to draft expectations @ SLB we would be set with Goff, Sintim and Boley...I think that Greg Jones is gunna be solid in -1-2 seasons.</P>

dezzzR
05-27-2011, 03:28 PM
JP, does the debauchery begin this weekend for your kegger schedule?
</p>


yezzirrrr.....idk whats going on tonight, might just go see Hangover2 if someone ordered the tix yet,...
tmrw, my brother is having ppl over for the Man-U/Barcelona UEFA Championship, then we're all going out for the unicorn's bday at night...then Sunday is 8 hours of flip cup / beer pong and presumed drunken debauchery....</p>


Sounds like an awesome lineup for weekend. Weather is going to be good too. Hangover 2 looks hysterical. I heard there is a lawsuit over using the same tattoo that Mike Tyson has/
</p>


how's that possible? he's in the movie....</p>yea i herd and thought the same thing. its the guy that "designed" the tat. but i think hes also in the movie. haha

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 03:34 PM
JP, does the debauchery begin this weekend for your kegger schedule?
</p>


yezzirrrr.....idk whats going on tonight, might just go see Hangover2 if someone ordered the tix yet,...
tmrw, my brother is having ppl over for the Man-U/Barcelona UEFA Championship, then we're all going out for the unicorn's bday at night...then Sunday is 8 hours of flip cup / beer pong and presumed drunken debauchery....</p>


Sounds like an awesome lineup for weekend. Weather is going to be good too. Hangover 2 looks hysterical. I heard there is a lawsuit over using the same tattoo that Mike Tyson has/
</p>


how's that possible? he's in the movie....</p>I read it in the post the other night, unless I misread and the lawsuit if part of the movie plot? I dunno.

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 03:35 PM
JP, does the debauchery begin this weekend for your kegger schedule?
</p>


yezzirrrr.....idk whats going on tonight, might just go see Hangover2 if someone ordered the tix yet,...
tmrw, my brother is having ppl over for the Man-U/Barcelona UEFA Championship, then we're all going out for the unicorn's bday at night...then Sunday is 8 hours of flip cup / beer pong and presumed drunken debauchery....</p>


Sounds like an awesome lineup for weekend. Weather is going to be good too. Hangover 2 looks hysterical. I heard there is a lawsuit over using the same tattoo that Mike Tyson has/
</p>


how's that possible? he's in the movie....</p>yea i herd and thought the same thing. its the guy that "designed" the tat. but i think hes also in the movie. haha
Yes--that's what I read the guy who designed it, who is also in the movie was involved in the suit.

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 03:40 PM
suing someone over a tribal tattoo? it's like the most generic tattoo bull**** of the past 15 years that even tattoo artists call stupid. does anyone even get those awful tattoos anymore?</P>

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 04:26 PM
http://oi53.tinypic.com/28wjz1j.jpgwas that goff laying the wood?
</p>


Yeah</p>




im not going to cry if we sign a FA LB...

but i do think Goff has more room til he hits his ceiling.
</p>


I was impressed with Goff last season. </p>


We as fans forget it was his 1st season starting</p>


His glaring weakness is pass coverage. But he is legit at stopping the run</p>




and hes still an upgrade vs pierce in the pass
</p>


</p>


Goff is solid ...people need to get off his back...if Clint Sintim could live up to draft expectations @ SLB we would be set with Goff, Sintim and Boley...I think that Greg Jones is gunna be solid in -1-2 seasons.</p>Agree on Goff and hope to see Jones be productive.

lttaylor56
05-27-2011, 04:27 PM
suing someone over a tribal tattoo? it's like the most generic tattoo bull**** of the past 15 years that even tattoo artists call stupid. does anyone even get those awful tattoos anymore?</p>I have to find out more about that. JP-be safe this weekend. LT_Out.

JPizzack
05-27-2011, 04:31 PM
suing someone over a tribal tattoo? it's like the most generic tattoo bull**** of the past 15 years that even tattoo artists call stupid. does anyone even get those awful tattoos anymore?</P>


I have to find out more about that. JP-be safe this weekend. LT_Out.
</P>


A-salami-and-bacon, brotha</P>

lttaylor56
05-28-2011, 12:27 PM
suing someone over a tribal tattoo? it's like the most generic tattoo bull**** of the past 15 years that even tattoo artists call stupid. does anyone even get those awful tattoos anymore?</P>


I have to find out more about that. JP-be safe this weekend. LT_Out.
</P>


A-salami-and-bacon, brotha</P>


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A federal judge today ruled that " The Hangover: Part II" can open in theatres on Thursday, but said a copyright lawsuit over Mike Tyson's face tattoo duplicated in the movie would be allowed to go forward. </P>


A trial opened yesterday in St. Louis, Mo., threatened to stall the film's opening, but experts say the ongoing case could still shed new light on the murky corners of copyright law. </P>


"We are very gratified by the Court's decision which will allow the highly anticipated film, The Hangover: Part II to be released on schedule this week around the world,? Warner Brothers, the production company behind the film said in a statement. </P>


It sounds like a joke straight out of the upcoming comedy -- Who owns the tattoo on Mike Tyson's face? </P>


In reality, it's not a joke but a serious and complicated matter of law, now being disputed in federal court. The artist who inked Tyson's famous face tattoo is suing the film's producers for copying the image without paying for it, a suit that could potentially delay the movie's opening and shed light on a new corner of copyright law, tattoos. </P>


In the sequel to the 2009 blockbuster, actor Ed Helms wakes up in Bangkok after a night of heavy drinking with a face tattoo that very closely resembles that of boxer Mike Tyson, who also appears in the film. </P>


S. Victor Whitmill, the artist who designed and tattooed Tyson's face in 2003, filed a lawsuit in April at the federal court in St. Louis, arguing that Warner Brothers, the company producing the film, had violated his copyright. </P>


Read alot more:</P>


http://abcnews.go.com/Business/hangover-tattoo-lawsuit-shines-light-copyright-laws/story?id=13669298</P>

lawl
05-29-2011, 02:24 AM
Barca thrashed them

ny06
05-30-2011, 01:50 PM
http://px9.funformobile.com/d/169/61/1fjdcjav7c/bighit-1.gif

lttaylor56
05-30-2011, 03:35 PM
http://px9.funformobile.com/d/169/61/1fjdcjav7c/bighit-1.gifMy favorite Defense.

bandwgn86
05-30-2011, 06:50 PM
lazy *******s... go to work! [:)]

lttaylor56
05-30-2011, 11:20 PM
lazy *******s... go to work! [:)]


Happy Mem Day Bandy! Hope it was a great one.

lttaylor56
05-31-2011, 07:55 AM
JPP-How were the Keggers this weekend? Please don't tell me you had a heatstroke/blackout combo activity weekend. [B]

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 09:43 AM
JPP-How were the Keggers this weekend? Please don't tell me you had a heatstroke/blackout combo activity weekend. [B]</P>


hey man. this weekend was pretty awesome. we went out friday for my friends bday for a little bit...
Saturday I went to Shadows for my unicorn's birthday. had a blast. ton of cool people showed up for that. was a pretty good time.</P>

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 10:10 AM
Oh, and Sunday was kind of a ****show.
we woke up at like 10, cleaned out all our buckets, went to the store, hanafords had 30 racks of bud light on sale for $16.99 ...we told everyone about it the day before, so we bought the last 4 cases (we later learned about 5 of our friends also went there lol). So we bought that, and about 16 bags of ice and went home.
it was my roomate, his gf (her bday) my other roomate and myself at the house at that point, about 1pm. my one roomate was telling us about his super ice water idea...so we listened...
you layer your buckets...case of beer, 2 bags, case of beer, 2 bags, case, 2 bags. THEN you get a big bucket fill it with like that cheap kitchen salt you can get for like 30 cents at the store, fill it with water, mix it up for a minute and then just pour it in the buckets.
Your logic says that salt will melt the ice, which is true, however the combination of the three makes it take much longer toraisethe temperature of the water, so although the ice will eventually melt, the water will stay VERY cold for HOURS! like at least 12 hours.

Anyway, we decided right then and there that we were playing flip cup...2 on 2. lol. sounds lame, but we are all super competitive, and it went from us "practicing" to us playing enough in a half hours time to go thru a 30 pack on our own &gt;.&lt;
we made dinner for everyone, but for some reason i started feeling like ****, and couldnt really drink much. i mean i got drunk, but i had to take it easy the whole night =\

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 10:55 AM
lazy *******s... go to work! [:)]


Happy Mem Day Bandy! Hope it was a great one.hes canadian.

shocknaweny
05-31-2011, 10:58 AM
Jays finally get a W' when Reyes is pitching....4 in a row ....hope we can keep it going against Clevelan today.

shocknaweny
05-31-2011, 11:00 AM
lazy *******s... go to work! [:)]


Happy Mem Day Bandy! Hope it was a great one.hes canadian.
</P>


</P>


U got a problem with that ? [:@]</P>

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 11:07 AM
lazy *******s... go to work! [:)]


Happy Mem Day Bandy! Hope it was a great one.hes canadian.
</p>


</p>


U got a problem with that ? [:@]</p>maybe! haha

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 11:10 AM
Jays finally get a W' when Reyes is pitching....4 in a row ....hope we can keep it going against Clevelan today.</P>


wait, but...did he get the win?! or did he build on his record breaking streak of winless starts by getting the no decision</P>

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 11:13 AM
Oh, and Sunday was kind of a ****show.
we woke up at like 10, cleaned out all our buckets, went to the store, hanafords had 30 racks of bud light on sale for $16.99 ...we told everyone about it the day before, so we bought the last 4 cases (we later learned about 5 of our friends also went there lol). So we bought that, and about 16 bags of ice and went home.
it was my roomate, his gf (her bday) my other roomate and myself at the house at that point, about 1pm. my one roomate was telling us about his super ice water idea...so we listened...
you layer your buckets...case of beer, 2 bags, case of beer, 2 bags, case, 2 bags. THEN you get a big bucket fill it with like that cheap kitchen salt you can get for like 30 cents at the store, fill it with water, mix it up for a minute and then just pour it in the buckets.
Your logic says that salt will melt the ice, which is true, however the combination of the three makes it take much longer toraisethe temperature of the water, so although the ice will eventually melt, the water will stay VERY cold for HOURS! like at least 12 hours.

Anyway, we decided right then and there that we were playing flip cup...2 on 2. lol. sounds lame, but we are all super competitive, and it went from us "practicing" to us playing enough in a half hours time to go thru a 30 pack on our own &gt;.&lt;
we made dinner for everyone, but for some reason i started feeling like ****, and couldnt really drink much. i mean i got drunk, but i had to take it easy the whole night =\great idea. how much salt and can i just take the salt shaker from my kitchen table?

shocknaweny
05-31-2011, 11:18 AM
Jays finally get a W' when Reyes is pitching....4 in a row ....hope we can keep it going against Clevelan today.</P>


wait, but...did he get the win?! or did he build on his record breaking streak of winless starts by getting the no decision</P>


</P>


</P>


Jays won 11-1 and he pitched late into the game so I am pretty sure he got the W.</P>

shocknaweny
05-31-2011, 11:18 AM
Meyer still in Las Vegas ??

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 11:25 AM
great idea. how much salt and can i just take the salt shaker from my kitchen table?
</P>


well...you know those cylindrical old school looking salt containers you can get at the store? we just put the whole thing in a bucket..likea spackel bucket lol, filled it with water, and dumped the entire thing in the beer tub.
Only downside is ya gotta wipe off your beer tops, cuz ots salt water obviously lol</P>

ny06
05-31-2011, 11:32 AM
Jays finally get a W' when Reyes is pitching....4 in a row ....hope we can keep it going against Clevelan today.</P>


wait, but...did he get the win?! or did he build on his record breaking streak of winless starts by getting the no decision</P>


</P>


</P>


Jays won 11-1 and he pitched late into the game so I am pretty sure he got the W.</P>


</P>


Jo-Jo Reyes pitched a complete game. </P>

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 11:37 AM
Jays finally get a W' when Reyes is pitching....4 in a row ....hope we can keep it going against Clevelan today.</P>


wait, but...did he get the win?! or did he build on his record breaking streak of winless starts by getting the no decision</P>


</P>


</P>


Jays won 11-1 and he pitched late into the game so I am pretty sure he got the W.</P>


</P>


Jo-Jo Reyes pitched a complete game. </P>


</P>


I'll give the guy props, because he's gotta be the unluckiest ******* ever with a record like that haha</P>

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 11:45 AM
http://i.imgur.com/Tm6v9.png

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 11:47 AM
colon threw a 4 hit shut out yesterday. i dont understand why some are so worried. i think the yanks are fine and i dont see sp as a real big problem. if we can get at least around 11 wins from garcia and nova we should be fine. and i think thats more than possible. who knows maybe hughes comes back strong as well, anyone herd anything on him? i see him in the dugout.

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 11:48 AM
http://i.imgur.com/Tm6v9.pnglol yea me either.

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 11:54 AM
colon threw a 4 hit shut out yesterday. i dont understand why some are so worried. i think the yanks are fine and i dont see sp as a real big problem. if we can get at least around 11 wins from garcia and nova we should be fine. and i think thats more than possible. who knows maybe hughes comes back strong as well, anyone herd anything on him? i see him in the dugout.
</P>


Colon has been tremendoussss!!! his record is very deceiving because he has received so many no decisions. the has only had like 1 bad outting, and one questionable one, but he can throw 96 mph heaters!! it's nuts!!
I dont know anything about the Hughes situation yet. i only read that last week he started long toss. like 100 foot throwing. no pitching yet though, so hes still gonna be out awhile.</P>

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 12:05 PM
colon threw a 4 hit shut out yesterday. i dont understand why some are so worried. i think the yanks are fine and i dont see sp as a real big problem. if we can get at least around 11 wins from garcia and nova we should be fine. and i think thats more than possible. who knows maybe hughes comes back strong as well, anyone herd anything on him? i see him in the dugout.
</p>


Colon has been tremendoussss!!! his record is very deceiving because he has received so many no decisions. the has only had like 1 bad outting, and one questionable one, but he can throw 96 mph heaters!! it's nuts!!
I dont know anything about the Hughes situation yet. i only read that last week he started long toss. like 100 foot throwing. no pitching yet though, so hes still gonna be out awhile.</p>colon is really something right now. his 4 seam looks like a wiffle ball. lol and his 2 seamer is one of the best if ever seen. has so much movement its amazing.
i just saw this posted in the yankee thread regarding hughes. we need him.


JULY TARGET
Phil Hughes will throw his third bullpen session Wednesday, setting up the weekend's live batting practice session in <font color="#015fb6">Anaheim</font> (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Los+Angeles+Angels+of+Anaheim). Girardi declined to speculate as to when Hughes might return, though he said early July was not out of the question.</p>


"We're just taking it day-by-day and you have to see how he bounces
back and how he feels," Girardi said. "It's probably, realistically,
some time in July."</p>

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 12:12 PM
http://movies.ign.com/articles/117/1170978p1.html
i herd hangover 2 sucked.
lol feel free to add more but let me just say short circuit2 was the best movie ever. " los lodos kick your ***, los lodas kick your face, los lodas kick your balls into out.errr.spaaaace."

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 12:14 PM
colon is really something right now. his 4 seam looks like a wiffle ball. lol and his 2 seamer is one of the best if ever seen. has so much movement its amazing.
i just saw this posted in the yankee thread regarding hughes. we need him.
</P>


I love watching 2seamers....so few pitchers can pitch a good one. Can you imagine if Mariano had a ridiculous 2 seamer to go with a cutter? lol</P>

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 12:16 PM
http://movies.ign.com/articles/117/1170978p1.html
i herd hangover 2 sucked.
lol feel free to add more but let me just say short circuit2 was the best movie ever. " los lodos kick your ***, los lodas kick your face, los lodas kick your balls into out.errr.spaaaace."
</P>


2 ridiculous comments in the same post? you should be ashamed.</P>

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 12:24 PM
colon is really something right now. his 4 seam looks like a wiffle ball. lol and his 2 seamer is one of the best if ever seen. has so much movement its amazing.
i just saw this posted in the yankee thread regarding hughes. we need him.
</p>


I love watching 2seamers....so few pitchers can pitch a good one. Can you imagine if Mariano had a ridiculous 2 seamer to go with a cutter? lol</p>lol can mo get any nastier? i was watching something on mo before the season and the difference between his cutter and 4 seam is moving his fingers up like 2 stitches. its really crazy. espn had a pretty cool thing on him too how he has so much spin on his pitches that even when batters make contact the ball just rolls off the bat. it official, i need a mo jersey.

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 12:31 PM
http://movies.ign.com/articles/117/1170978p1.html
i herd hangover 2 sucked.
lol feel free to add more but let me just say short circuit2 was the best movie ever. " los lodos kick your ***, los lodas kick your face, los lodas kick your balls into out.errr.spaaaace."
</p>


2 ridiculous comments in the same post? you should be ashamed.</p>yea thats what i herd.
and how can you not like short circuit2?

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 12:31 PM
colon is really something right now. his 4 seam looks like a wiffle ball. lol and his 2 seamer is one of the best if ever seen. has so much movement its amazing.
i just saw this posted in the yankee thread regarding hughes. we need him.
</P>


I love watching 2seamers....so few pitchers can pitch a good one. Can you imagine if Mariano had a ridiculous 2 seamer to go with a cutter? lol</P>


lol can mo get any nastier? i was watching something on mo before the season and the difference between his cutter and 4 seam is moving his fingers up like 2 stitches. its really crazy. espn had a pretty cool thing on him too how he has so much spin on his pitches that even when batters make contact the ball just rolls off the bat. it official, i need a mo jersey.
</P>


I have a Mariano jersey. but for some reason, even though I ordered that and my Jeter jersey at the same time, my Mo jersey fits like a size smaller /sigh
I only wear them for games anyway so...i just kinda have them to say I do.
The day Junior retired last season, I immediately ordered one of his jerseys. So i only have 3
(unlike Giants jerseys, i have like 7 or 8 lol)</P>

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 12:34 PM
http://movies.ign.com/articles/117/1170978p1.html
i herd hangover 2 sucked.
lol feel free to add more but let me just say short circuit2 was the best movie ever. " los lodos kick your ***, los lodas kick your face, los lodas kick your balls into out.errr.spaaaace."
</P>


2 ridiculous comments in the same post? you should be ashamed.</P>


yea thats what i herd.
and how can you not like short circuit2?
</P>


welllll I heard it's awesome, and honestly...how can it not be funny?!?! it'd literally be impossible. whoever todl you that must have been expecting it to be better than the first, which is ridiculous.

aaaaand I hate most things out of the 80s, so even to I'm sure I saw it, it clearly wasnt memorable, and I probably wouldnt waste the time watching it. lol</P>

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 12:54 PM
ughhh one of those days

ny06
05-31-2011, 01:13 PM
colon threw a 4 hit shut out yesterday. i dont understand why some are so worried. i think the yanks are fine and i dont see sp as a real big problem. if we can get at least around 11 wins from garcia and nova we should be fine. and i think thats more than possible. who knows maybe hughes comes back strong as well, anyone herd anything on him? i see him in the dugout.
</P>


Colon has pitched great so far this season. </P>


The surgery Colon had last year seems to be paying dividend.</P>


http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703730804576321713447010904.html</P>

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 01:17 PM
http://www.popeater.com/2011/05/30/report-snooki-in-police-custody-in-italy/?icid=maing-grid7|main5|dl2|sec1_lnk2|67063 (http://www.popeater.com/2011/05/30/report-snooki-in-police-custody-in-italy/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl2%7Csec1_lnk2%7C67063)

people from pookipsee are stuuuupid

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 01:35 PM
http://www.popeater.com/2011/05/30/report-snooki-in-police-custody-in-italy/?icid=maing-grid7|main5|dl2|sec1_lnk2|67063 (http://www.popeater.com/2011/05/30/report-snooki-in-police-custody-in-italy/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl2%7Csec1_lnk2%7C67063)

people from pookipsee are stuuuupid
</P>


ohhh...Nicole from Marlboro....yea I heard she's on TV nowadays.</P>

Morehead State
05-31-2011, 01:39 PM
Morehead spent the better part of 7 hoursyesterday watching "The Longest Day" and "Midway" back to back on AMC.

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 01:41 PM
http://www.popeater.com/2011/05/30/report-snooki-in-police-custody-in-italy/?icid=maing-grid7|main5|dl2|sec1_lnk2|67063 (http://www.popeater.com/2011/05/30/report-snooki-in-police-custody-in-italy/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl2%7Csec1_lnk2%7C67063)

people from pookipsee are stuuuupid
</p>


ohhh...Nicole from Marlboro....yea I heard she's on TV nowadays.</p>knowing her, if she really was from marlboro shed say" im from marlboro, like the cigerette."

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 01:43 PM
Morehead spent the better part of 7 hoursyesterday watching "The Longest Day" and "Midway" back to back on AMC.</P>


nice.</P>


Were you one of the ones who saw The Pacific? i Stillllllll havent seen it. Although I did watch Band of Brothers back when that first came out.</P>

dezzzR
05-31-2011, 01:44 PM
Morehead spent the better part of 7 hoursyesterday watching "The Longest Day" and "Midway" back to back on AMC.YOU MISSED PATTON!?!?!!lol

the longest day is great and needs to be remade. so does patton. actually, todays hollywood would probably ruin both.

Morehead State
05-31-2011, 01:44 PM
Morehead spent the better part of 7 hoursyesterday watching "The Longest Day" and "Midway" back to back on AMC.</P>


nice.</P>


Were you one of the ones who saw The Pacific? i Stillllllll havent seen it. Although I did watch Band of Brothers back when that first came out.</P>


</P>


"The Pacific" was really good, especially after about 4 episodes. Once the character of Eugene Sledge became the main focus, the show was great.</P>

Morehead State
05-31-2011, 01:46 PM
Morehead spent the better part of 7 hoursyesterday watching "The Longest Day" and "Midway" back to back on AMC.YOU MISSED PATTON!?!?!!lol

the longest day is great and needs to be remade. so does patton. actually, todays hollywood would probably ruin both.
</P>


I can't count the number of times I've seen Patton. Including about a month ago. I was especially interested in "The Longest Day" because I had just visited all the battle sites last month. And our guide referred to that film many times. It was actually very accurate, obviously without some of the graphic gore you see in Saving Private Ryan.</P>

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 01:47 PM
http://www.popeater.com/2011/05/30/report-snooki-in-police-custody-in-italy/?icid=maing-grid7|main5|dl2|sec1_lnk2|67063 (http://www.popeater.com/2011/05/30/report-snooki-in-police-custody-in-italy/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl2%7Csec1_lnk2%7C67063)

people from pookipsee are stuuuupid
</P>


ohhh...Nicole from Marlboro....yea I heard she's on TV nowadays.</P>


knowing her, if she really was from marlboro shed say" im from marlboro, like the cigerette."
</P>


yeeaaaaa problem is.....nobody ever admits they are from marlboro. lol</P>

JPizzack
05-31-2011, 01:54 PM
Morehead spent the better part of 7 hoursyesterday watching "The Longest Day" and "Midway" back to back on AMC.YOU MISSED PATTON!?!?!!lol

the longest day is great and needs to be remade. so does patton. actually, todays hollywood would probably ruin both.
</P>


I can't count the number of times I've seen Patton. Including about a month ago. I was especially interested in "The Longest Day" because I had just visited all the battle sites last month. And our guide referred to that film many times. It was actually very accurate, obviously without some of the graphic gore you see in Saving Private Ryan.</P>


</P>


Did you see the Eastwood films "Flag of our Fathers" and "Lettersfrom Iwo Jima"??
I liked letters of Iwo Jima alot better than the first film (they are supposed to be a set. like, one is American POV, the other the Japanese POV happening at the same time).
I just felt like the American one has been done...I mean it was slightly different, and a good movie, but I liked the change of pace of the 2nd one.</P>

Morehead State
05-31-2011, 01:56 PM
Morehead spent the better part of 7 hoursyesterday watching "The Longest Day" and "Midway" back to back on AMC.YOU MISSED PATTON!?!?!!lol

the longest day is great and needs to be remade. so does patton. actually, todays hollywood would probably ruin both.
</P>


I can't count the number of times I've seen Patton. Including about a month ago. I was especially interested in "The Longest Day" because I had just visited all the battle sites last month. And our guide referred to that film many times. It was actually very accurate, obviously without some of the graphic gore you see in Saving Private Ryan.</P>


</P>


Did you see the Eastwood films "Flag of our Fathers" and "Lettersfrom Iwo Jima"??
I liked letters of Iwo Jima alot better than the first film (they are supposed to be a set. like, one is American POV, the other the Japanese POV happening at the same time).
I just felt like the American one has been done...I mean it was slightly different, and a good movie, but I liked the change of pace of the 2nd one.</P>


</P>


I haven't seen either one. I have had "Letters from Iwo Jima" recommended to me though.</P>


You know my resistance to anything new. I have to be convinced to see it.</P>