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Old 11-12-2007, 09:14 AM   #811
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Wet Blanket Alert!

A little off-topic stuff is fine, but I think this is getting a little carried away. This is a general NFL thread, so if people come here wanting to talk football, they shouldn't have to wade through copious amounts of off-topic pics to find the discussion.

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So .... huh .... umm .... Tom Brady threw 6 interceptions last night. That's like a lot right?
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Despite my dislike of the Colts, my joy with last night's loss was tempered by 2 things. One, the Chargers being a pretty unlikeable bunch themselves, and two, cheering an Adam Vinatieri miss makes me feel a little dirty.

Major boner by Dungy, first with the attempt to draw San Diego off backfiring (cue Colts fans blaming the refs), followed by his waste of a timeout on a whine-fest with the officials. Give him credit for admitting error in the postgame though.

Oh and 6 picks for Peyton, and the "Manning face" in full pout on the bench following the FG miss
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So .... huh .... umm .... Tom Brady threw 6 interceptions last night. That's like a lot right?
I am going to assume you mean Peyton Manning...and yes. That's a lot of INT's. If he were in Chicago, he'd be ripped all over the press. But where he is, he probably could find a way to put the blame on the O-Line, or his receivers.
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Peyton manning would NEVER throw 6 interceptions in a game.
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I am going to assume you mean Peyton Manning...and yes. That's a lot of INT's. If he were in Chicago, he'd be ripped all over the press. But where he is, he probably could find a way to put the blame on the O-Line, or his receivers.
some of it was their fault, for example there was that pass that Wayne just sort of stopped on when he could have had it. but not all 6. good grief. we just weren't on yesterday. we were damn close but ... vinatieri missing a field goal, what is the world coming to

oh well, at least the vikings won...yeah... but no.
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I am going to assume you mean Peyton Manning...and yes. That's a lot of INT's. If he were in Chicago, he'd be ripped all over the press. But where he is, he probably could find a way to put the blame on the O-Line, or his receivers.
Manning was interviewed during post-game and it was picked up by one of the local Indy stations...he took FULL blame for the INTs...even when the reporters opened the door for him to blame others.

Even with the six INTs, the Colts should have won that game. Their Special Teams are atrocious (two run backs for touchdowns and two missed field goals). Take there play away, and you have six INTs and a victory.
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I did hear the call from the Indy radio announcers this morning driving in on a sports flash...quite humorous...first guy calls the play..."Vinatieri for the lead from 29 yards...Its GOOD! ITS GOOD!!!! ITS GOOD!!!!!" Second guy..."Um no it wasn't"...first guy, "and now they're saying no good".
Yeah....I am SURE every homer radio team has done this! Pats announcers must be perfect, right? No mistakes, ever?

It was fairly close. You have an old fart in a booth near the fifty yard line watching a kick just miss in the rain, NOT waiting for the refs to make a call. This is the same guy who called Indy Racers (WHL) Hockey Games when Gretzky started playing professionally at the age of 17.

But again, I am sure the Pats announcer have never made a mistake.
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I dunno sweetheart, but it seems thos who root for a team whose last 3 games were a 52-7 annihilation, an overtime win against what may prove to be the NFL's worst team by season's end, and an embarassing home loss to a dysfunctional Eagles team are the misguided ones.

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Oh and 6 picks for Peyton, and the "Manning face" in full pout on the bench following the FG miss

that was classic.. Everytime the camera went to him on the sidelines he was in full pout and shaking his head in disbelief too..
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Peyton loses a couple of receivers and all of a sudden he's Ryan Leaf.
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That's more like it.

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Yeah....I am SURE every homer radio team has done this! Pats announcers must be perfect, right? No mistakes, ever?

It was fairly close. You have an old fart in a booth near the fifty yard line watching a kick just miss in the rain, NOT waiting for the refs to make a call. This is the same guy who called Indy Racers (WHL) Hockey Games when Gretzky started playing professionally at the age of 17.

But again, I am sure the Pats announcer have never made a mistake.
I have heard plenty of near miss calls on both TV and radio, like "Its good, no wait...no good, wide right" or "line drive down the left field line, its a fair ball, no foul"

But to hear this dude scream 3 times in a row "Its good!" like it was a Super Bowl winning kick and have the other guy just slip in quietly with "no it isn't" was pretty funny, no matter what team they work for.
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