I think you are just upset because of those wins, the 2 game division lead, and the 2 SBs yet some say you might have problems wiht us. It comes with the territory of us having a guy who people are saying is the most exciting player in the league. When you have that and you just blow away the most popular team in the Cowboys on the road on Thanksgiving then alot of people are going to hype this game and see how the kid does against you, espically after our 1st matchup and us beating you twice last year.
It just is what it is. I literally wouldnt be shocked about anything this game. It could go anyway and I wouldnt be shocked but you guys definitely deserved to be the favorite to win the game. Im not talking about Vegas but just in general. If it was a normal game then maybe it would be less hype. But everyone thought we were dead 2 weeks ago and since then weve played our best 2 games of the season while getting Garcon back and RG3 coming off back to back 4td games. Bad teams weve played or not, its natural to want to see how that does going up against you guys. Its must see to me
He didnt mean that as a diss to Cam and he didnt single out Rodges like everyone says. I think he was even speaking for Cam in just saying that they want to win and be SB champs like Rodgers but he also said other guys like him which would include Eli
I disagree with the Snyder thing though. I hear alot of NY, Philly, & Dallas fans saying that and rifghtfully so but he's not the same guy. He has turned everything over to them. Allen is the GM now but moreso just a numbers guy. Shanny is calling all the shots pretty much. He's picking all the guys. I guess you could still blame Snyder if it fails but its really Shanny's toy now. Thats why people wanted to fire him a few weeks ago. We were losing and he runs everything. He also changed our D from a 4-3 to a 3-4 and weve sucked ever since. Him & Haslet blame it on injuries and the Jackson suspension which is true but we still should be better
Skins fan here. Griffin doesn't like being compared to anyone, especially being boxed into comparisons with other black quarterbacks. He simply wants to be the best. If asked about who he wants to be compared to, the answer is usually a hybrid answer. He wants Peyton's command of the offense and football IQ, he wants the elusiveness of Montana, Tarkenton or Elway and Marino's arm. Nothing smug about that. That's where his mind is and where his goals are. He is also humble enough to admit that all of these accolades bestowed on him are appreciated, but a little premature. It's a breath of fresh air seeing this young man in DC.