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  • Posted 12/15/2014 01:32:46 EST

    That home loss to the Jets in the 2010 division round was unforgivable.  Losing to a Giants team that outplays you is one thing, but there is no excuse under the sun for losing a home playoff game to more »

  • Posted 12/15/2014 01:22:03 EST

    Why does Hoo-man see the field more than Devlin? Devlin is a better blocker and a better catcher. Josh seems too myopic to see that this offense is more effective and efficient when they run the ball more »

  • Posted 12/15/2014 01:17:52 EST

    "2.) RBs: Enough already! It's time to put Jonas Gray back into the backfield! Though LeGarrette Blount is a good power runner, Gray accelerates and hits the hole quicker, with almost an equal amount more »

  • Posted 12/12/2014 04:43:03 EST

    Why? He's not played well when on the field. PFF Overall Grades 2011 +0.8 (168 snaps) 2012 +3.9 (182 snaps) 2013 -4.0 (711 snaps) 2014 -8.5 (329 snaps) OTOH, this is the same GM who gave Dan Connolly more »

  • Posted 12/06/2014 12:17:16 EST

    The Cs knew they were going to suck so they went into PR mode and threw lots of money at the big name college coach. That means this team wasn't going to tank. Therefore, don't expect Okafor, Towns, o more »

  • Posted 12/01/2014 01:24:27 EST

    Connolly sucks. He's been a turnstile in the passing game over the last 2 weeks. In that time, he's allowed Brady to get hit five times. BB has settled for him when he should have been looking for his more »

  • Posted 11/30/2014 07:37:39 EST

    In response to NoMorePensionLooting's comment: If you need a whipping boy lay it on the D and Josh McDaniels.....brutal play calling Finally a great post. Packers were weak against the run. Gray gets more »

  • Posted 11/18/2014 03:25:17 EST

    In response to sycophant123's comment: The Celtics are second in the NBA  in offense at 106 points per game. This lets all of us except the extemely mentally challenged  (Hi Pud), understand that offe more »

  • Posted 11/18/2014 03:09:30 EST


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  • Posted 11/10/2014 02:19:18 EST

    From a highly decorated marine...

    Maj. Gen. Smedley Butler, Ret.

    "War Is A Racket" (c. 1935)

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  • Posted 11/10/2014 01:51:03 EST

    In response to romneywins' comment: Thornton is a  good find. He sucks. DA had to take him in order to get an addition pick. Turner can't shoot from the perimeter, but he plays good D, can rebound, an more »

  • Posted 11/10/2014 01:47:25 EST

    Veteran's Day was originally called "Armistice Day" to mark the end of the "war to end all wars". What was "constitutional" about all the wars the US has fought since WW2? Answer: nothing. Are we free more »

  • Posted 11/10/2014 01:38:31 EST

    In response to CHEisCHE's comment: lol: I will not hesitate getting rid of Rondo but i will have a hard time getting rid of Sully. No brainer here   Monore >>>>> Sullinger/Olynyk   Olynyk is a bust be more »

  • Posted 11/10/2014 01:35:59 EST

    In response to Che-The-God's comment: Detroit's Andre Drummond, and Brandon Jennings, and Spencer Dinwiddie? I think this is a win-win for both teams. C's get an elite rim protecter and rebounder whil more »

  • Posted 11/10/2014 01:29:49 EST

    Wow. This is the state of Cs reporting? Sad.

    That said, Turner is a good support player who can't shoot. He can defend, rebound, and can be an effective playmaker as a point forward. more »

  • Posted 11/10/2014 01:26:20 EST

    The team beat Chicago without Rondo. That wasn't a coincidence. If the Cs lock him up with an extension, that would tell me this franchise is totally clueless. Rondo can't shoot, seldom gets to the li more »

  • Forum Post: pressy

    Posted 10/27/2014 04:48:26 EDT

    "Rebuilding" is a bad word.

    "Tanking" is a bad word.

    "Fireworks" is a good word.


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  • Forum Post: pressy

    Posted 10/27/2014 04:46:47 EDT

    He was the worst shooter in the NBA last year. Seriously. His .364 eFG% last season was bad beyond belief.

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  • Posted 10/27/2014 04:43:18 EDT

    With a career eFG% of .422, he'll fit right in. His career 5.2 Assist and 14.3 TO rates really make him one heck of a find for some lucky GM like Ainge.



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  • Forum Post: Denver Matchups

    Posted 10/27/2014 04:34:35 EDT

    So long as BB keeps putting Casey Walker on the field, Hillman will find gaping holes in the middle of the Pats defense. Walker is out of his depth at DT. He routinely gets shoved aside on running pla more »

  • Forum Post: Devey at LG

    Posted 10/17/2014 11:22:39 EDT

    Devey was horrible last night, allowing 2 hits and 3 hurries.

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  • Posted 10/17/2014 11:17:45 EDT

    LOL!!! Are you trying to win biggest homer on the boards? They didn't "demote" anyone. You forgot to mention Harrison who's been a pleasant surprise at NT since entering the NFL as an UDFA. If the Pat more »

  • Posted 10/17/2014 11:12:54 EDT

    In response to chrisakawoody's comment: Since I have not read it anywhere else here today, I wanna' give props to Brady for an excellent game while playing injured.  Even without considering the inury more »

  • Forum Post: Officiating

    Posted 10/17/2014 11:10:45 EDT

    In response to DougIrwin's comment: Anyone else feeling a bit creeped out every week when they watch the game? How about the way drives can be extended when there is no penalty?  How can arguably the more »

  • Posted 10/17/2014 11:03:58 EDT

    Devastating? I don't think so. Mayo is the Rajon Rondo of the Pats. His gaudy tackle numbers cause him to get overrated. In truth, Mayo struggles in coverage and tends to get walled off on running pla more »