I guess you should discuss football in here.
Jets supposedly out of Peyton sweepstakes. That's fine by me.
Hopefully this happens. I also read that Mulligan was released.
Wow, Friday before and no thread. Guess I'm not the only one who couldn't care less about this game.
Who wins the game? Will they win against the spread?
Right now it's NE -9.5
I say New England wins, but won't cover.
Who will win? Will they cover?
Right now the 49ers are favored on the road by 4.
Their 3-month-old daughter is now an orphan. Tragic. :(
Who will win?
Who will win this weekend?
Well have at it.
Just updating the new year and season...
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Wells leaves Packers for Rams, but the Packers recover well by signing Saturday. Now they can focus on defensive backs and getting a LB who can give some help to Mathews in the upcoming draft. Then I find that the Packers have 12 picks this year:
1st round: #28 overall
2nd round: #59 overall
3rd round: #90 overall
4th round: #123 overall
4th round: #132 overall
4th round: #133 overall
5th round: #163 overall
6th round: #197 overall
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Raiders: 3rd in NFL in Penalty Yardage / 4th in NFL in Penalties Per Game
These numbers speak for themselves. This is what you call a culture shift or is it the new ref effect?
2011 Penalty Statistics:
Penalties Per Game: 10.2 (32nd in NFL - NFL Record)
Penalty Yards Per Game: 84.9 ypg (32nd in NFL - NFL Record)
Penalty Stats for the final three games of 2011: 33 penalties for 242 yards (32nd in NFL)
2012 Penalty Statistics:
Penalties Per Game: 4.7 (4th in NFL / 2nd in AFC)
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