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2013-14 NFL General

Last posted Feb 11, 2014 at 05:51PM EST. Added Aug 31, 2013 at 03:37PM EDT
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Getcha jerseys, prepare the chips and dip, and grab some beer, because it’s that time of year again! FOOTBALL TIME!

As the preseason ends, the Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks finish with perfect 4-0 records. Seeing as both teams did well last year, I suspect the same will happen this year. Redskins are better, though.

A not-so-hardcore Falcons fan checking in. I like a lot of individual players including the rookie QB trio from last year of Griffin III, Luck, and Wilson (especially Russell Wilson.)

This was hilarious.

It’s hard to find a smart and savvy quarterback who can run well, run intelligently (something that I hope RG III learns how to do, because I like him a lot as well,) and throw well. The fact that he did it after taking the starting spot as a “undersized” rookie just makes it all the more impressive.

I’m not huge on preseason games. You don’t usually get your starters on the field for the whole game, and they just don’t count towards the regular season record (I won’t go so far as to say they’re meaningless, even to starters not having to try to make the regular season roster.)

The 49ers cut this guy (and that wasn’t his only good play this preseason) and they cut Austin Collie who you might remember as Indy’s other receiver who caught a lot of passes after Wayne and Garcon. And their #1 and #2 WRs are probably out for the season with injuries. They must have a surplus of #3s. Hopefully the play caller will remember that Vernon Davis exists this year.

Playoffs are almost a certainty, but Seattle will probably give them trouble and the opening schedule is going to be rough.

Storyline of the year (sorry if you like the jets pal)
Jets are gonna suck something fierce via the homo erotic love between mark Sanchez and Rex Ryan and they’re gonna have to utterly rebuild. However they have a good start in geno smith
Go Ravens
Fin

Ernest Is dead wrote:

Storyline of the year (sorry if you like the jets pal)
Jets are gonna suck something fierce via the homo erotic love between mark Sanchez and Rex Ryan and they’re gonna have to utterly rebuild. However they have a good start in geno smith
Go Ravens
Fin

Ready to defend that Super Bowl title?

chowzburgerz wrote:

Bruno Mars will host the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

Why are they still selecting pop acts for the show? It’s all because they selected an outdated classic rock act one time and people got bored…now they’re avoiding rock in general now.

chowzburgerz wrote:

Bruno Mars will host the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

Should we petition the NFL to get Metallica in there?

As of post time: The Bills are beating the Patriots 21-17. What has the world come to?

Jimmy Lethal wrote:

Should we petition the NFL to get Metallica in there?

As of post time: The Bills are beating the Patriots 21-17. What has the world come to?

You know, I am a little surprised that Metallica hasn’t done a Super Bowl Half-Time show yet. Out of almost every single rock band out there, they just seem like the obvious choice.

And I’ll tell you what this world has come to when the Bills are currently beating the Patriots: A good and just one, that’s what. Unfortunately, I have to wait until 8:30 to watch my Giants play (and beat) the Cowboys.

Metallica, or even right now AC/DC or Black Sabbath would be the best choices among classic rock acts as they are still active right now and have a mainstream following. I’d even add Iron Maiden but…I’m not sure if Maiden is even interested.

Level4Outbreak was all like:

Unfortunately, I have to wait until 8:30 to watch my Giants play (and beat) the Cowboys.

So you’re a Giants fan and hate the Cowboys… I’m a Redskins fan and fucking hate the Cowboys… Any Eagles fans who hate the Cowboys?


Daft Punkjet was all like:

Metallica, or even right now AC/DC or Black Sabbath would be the best choices among classic rock acts as they are still active right now and have a mainstream following. I’d even add Iron Maiden but…I’m not sure if Maiden is even interested.

Well, Maiden is British. Gridiron football ain’t popular over there. Then again, there were the London Monarchs…

Final Sunday scores as of 5:20 PM EDT:

New England Patriots: 23
Buffalo Bills: 21

Seattle Seahawks: 12
Carolina Panthers: 7

Cincinnati Bengals: 21
Chicago Bears: 24

Miami Dolphins: 23
Cleveland Browns: 10

Minnesota Vikings: 24
Detroit Lions: 34

Oakland Raiders: 17
Indianapolis Colts: 21

Kansas City Chiefs: 28
Jacksonville Jaguars: 2

Atlanta Falcons: 14
New Orleans Saints: 23

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 17
New York Jets: 18

Tennessee Titans: 16
Pittsburgh Steelers: 9


@Chowzburgerz: Hey, seeing as you did the bulk of the stats and news on MLB General, I’d like it if you could help me over here.

Alright, Lions. Even though the refs tried their hardest (four touchdowns taken back. Are you serious?), you were still able to win. Now just do it against Green Bay, or San Fran and I’ll be impressed.

I’m so glad they finally got a running game again. No more 3rd and 3 and chucking the ball halfway down the field hoping Megatron can somehow turn into Unicron and absorb his three defenders into his mass while he catches it.

level4outbreak wrote:

@Jimmy
I can’t say that I hate the Cowboys. However, I certainly don’t want them to win against my favorite team. However, I will say that I hate the Patriots with a burning passion though.

Why the fuck does everyone hate the patriots so much? Is it because they raped everybody when they were winning superbowls? I think I’m the only football fan who doesn’t mind the patriots, just as long as they’re done playing the giants in the Super Bowl I’m happy

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If i want to watch gay porn ill go to pornhub, i don’t need to watch men run around in tight pants slapping each other’s asses.

chowzburgerz wrote:

New York – 31
Dallas – 36

YES THE COWBOYS WIN!!!

Damn, Giants, what happened? You not only lose your first game in AT&T Stadium, but six turnovers?! I am disappoint. You no come back New Jersey.


Tonight on football, HE’S BACK, BRUDDAH.

As of 3:55 PM PST:

NFC @ NFC
Washington Redskins 20 (0-2)
Green Bay Packers 38 (1-1)

Minnesota Vikings 30 (0-2)
Chicago Bears 31 (2-0)

St. Louis Rams 24 (1-1)
Atlanta Falcons 31 (1-1)

AFC @ NFC
San Diego Chargers 33 (1-1)
Philadelphia Eagles 30 (1-1)

NFC @ AFC
Dallas Cowboys 16 (1-1)
Kansas City Chiefs 17 (2-0)

Carolina Panthers 23 (0-2)
Buffalo Bills 24 (1-1)

AFC @ AFC
Miami Dolphins 24 (2-0)
Indianapolis Colts 20 (1-1)

Tennessee Titans 24 (1-1)
Huston Texans 30 (2-0) in OT

Cleveland Browns 6 (0-2)
Baltimore Ravens 14 (1-1)

Man there’s a lot of close games.

I would watch football if they put spikes on all the gear and let players hit each other in the nuts. Also, rabid jaguars fighting at halftime.

p.s. Metallica, AC/DC, Sabbath, & Maiden are too badass for the halftime show. The heaviest act that was ever on it was the Who.

Last edited Sep 15, 2013 at 08:31PM EDT

Dr. Coolface wrote:

I would watch football if they put spikes on all the gear and let players hit each other in the nuts. Also, rabid jaguars fighting at halftime.

p.s. Metallica, AC/DC, Sabbath, & Maiden are too badass for the halftime show. The heaviest act that was ever on it was the Who.

Well, the XFL had pretty lenient rules, even though it was a total failure on both Vince McMahon and NBC’s part and only lasted one season. As for that halftime show thing, I’m pretty sure Slash was on it one year.


How about a Madden 25 thread? I just wrapped up my first season in CF. Redskins had a perfect season and destroyed the Jaguars (of all teams) in the Super Bowl 56-0. Meanwhile, the Raiders were simulated to 9-7, lost the wildcard round, picked up a returning Ray Lewis and traded for Andrew Luck somehow, and finally announced their move back to LA. Finally, the Rams (who I wasn’t even controlling) became the Austin Armadillos, and I am currently planning on moving the Bills to Toronto, the Packers to an undecided city, and maybe the Jaguars to London next season. Ah, video games.

After spending nearly six hours typing up a 5 page homework assignment, I decide to check up on the final score of the Giants game. I find out that the Broncos completely wrecked them 41-23. My Giants are now 0-2 to this season.

God damn it, Giants…

Jimmy Lethal wrote:

Getcha jerseys, prepare the chips and dip, and grab some beer, because it’s that time of year again! FOOTBALL TIME!

As the preseason ends, the Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks finish with perfect 4-0 records. Seeing as both teams did well last year, I suspect the same will happen this year. Redskins are better, though.

Redskins 0-2
Seahawks 2-0

I know I’m terrible.

0.9999...=1 wrote:

Redskins 0-2
Seahawks 2-0

I know I’m terrible.

Just sort of disappointed they haven’t realized RGIII isn’t 100% yet, and that Kirk Cousins should be QB. Him and Rex looked great in the preseason, so I don’t know what’s going on at the Shanahans’ house.

Last edited Sep 16, 2013 at 03:59PM EDT
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