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I honestly think it's the latter of your options. I think d-line is just getting faster, stronger and far more athletic than the o-line counterparts.
Mike Vick’s concussion symptoms could be subsiding quickly.
With the Eagles struggling (again) on offense and defense and rookie quarterback Nick Foles not playing very well, the Eagles no longer have any reason to overstate the condition of Vick following the “significant” concussion suffered last Sunday.
And that’s precisely what the Eagles were doing, we’re told. Though Vick’s concussion definitely was bad enough to keep him from playing on Sunday, a source with knowledge of the situation says Vick could be ready to play next week.
are there a dearth of competent offensive linemen in pro football, a dearth of good line coaching, injury has ravaged the position or d-linemen are just that superior? because you look around the league and offensive line play as a group is horrible
Year OL DL Top 102012 4 10 1 - 02011 8 12 1 - 22010 6 9 2 - 32009 6 6 3 - 2
C $4,870,867 OG $6,536,867 OT $9,487,857 DE $12,080,535 DT $9,089,968
So yeah, if you're a huge, athletic guy why wouldn't you be a DL?
Let me be the first delusional Jets fan to say this: if they beat the Patriots on Thanksgiving, running the table is a possibility.
Its kinda sad just how much Andy Reid lost of his so called 'integrity'.
he actually reminds me a bit of (my impression of) bill james, in that he came to prominence because he was ahead of his time, but when time caught up, he was so stuck in his ways that he never adjusted and time passed him by.
I'm looking forward to the Cowboys-Browns game tomorrow.
How are the NHL talks going?
How are the NHL talks going?
I'm off the Cowboys' bandwagon.
They do have talent on offense, no?
They do have talent on offense, no? I can't figure out what their problem is.
Some. Witten is excellent, Romo is good and Bryant is talented but a head case, after that... Austin isn't the player he was and they have nothing else to throw to
So how good do people think the Patsies are?
Also: I love Eli as a player because he is not afraid to throw deep, but what do people make of the fact that his QB rating - yes, I know QB rating is generally suspect - is just 22nd in the league?
I think it's just me, but the Cowboys' season so far has seemed completely random, and my consequent impression is that the NFL is random this year. Perhaps it's just the vagaries of following a mediocre team, but it seems the Cowboys play good teams and bad ones, and most of the time the result is close and might as well be a coin toss. Who's really, really good this year? Houston, possibly. Who's really, really bad, aside from Kansas City, obviously. I have a feeling that the Patriots will play in the Super Bowl against the Giants because class and coaching will tell, but it could be Atlanta/Houston or some arbitrary matchup just because, what the hey.
I think it's just me, but the Cowboys' season so far has seemed completely random, and my consequent impression is that the NFL is random this year.
There's been some evidence that the differential between QB rating and QB rating allowed as being a very good predictor for Super Bowl champions.
Kaepernick looking mighty, mighty impressive.
Smith has played well but Kaepernick has the much higher upside.
I'm starting to think the Niners might win this game.
Kaepernick is clearly having a very nice game against an excellent defense but we've seen the "backup gets a start against a top defense and plays well" before and end badly many times. Let's see how he does once he's got a few games on tape.
True, but if Kaepernick keeps this up the whole game, I suspect Alex Smith's recovery will take at least one more week.
Absolutely. QB rating isn't the perfect statistic but he's over 100. He's been very good. That said, there's a lot of talent on the offensive side of the football and they are built for a more vertical passing game than they use when he is in the game.
BTW, if I have to thank the Flyers owner for ending this, I'm not sure how to handle that.
Like I said, the Bears aren't going to win a lot of games from here on out.
You need to watch a quarter of the 2012 Eagles. Tissue paper, you say? Luxury!!!
Sure, be stacked from top to bottom with great defensive players.
We'll see how many teams are able to make that plan work.
And on the fumble in the end zone, he looked like he had no idea what to do
reports have come out about ed snider and brian burke and various other hockey-lifers who have stepped up recently and gotten involved in the negotiations. if they can't move this along in the next few days, i don't think there's much hope for a deal anytime soon.
it'll be just like the summit series vs. the soviets in '78.
Hockey news of the day: Leafs Fan Buys Toilet For $5,300.
More like you think the Jets are going to score 12 in this game.
all scoring and turnovers are reviewable! Unless the HC decides to throw their challenge flag, we simply can't have that. The hubris of a HC to throw that flag, don't you know we've got this one covered. Really, let us do our job.
Sadly, no shortage of meatheads defending this as 'rules are rules.' The penalty should be Suh kicking him in the balls.
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