Jaime L

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  1. NFL 2016 Week 3/4: The Darkness Peers Back

    Brian Hoyer always spots his opponents a 3 touchdown lead. That's the only way to give them a sporting chance.
  2. NFL 2016 Week 3/4: The Darkness Peers Back

    Don't worry, plenty of time to still make millions off your line of Los Goffgeles t-shirts, Manhole.
  3. NFL 2016 Week 3/4: The Darkness Peers Back

    Chris Collinsworth explaining what Bears fans have to be excited about: "Brian Hoyer"...as Bears fans everywhere order "don't kill myself" books.
  4. NFL 2016 Week 3/4: The Darkness Peers Back

    6 INTs by Ryan Fitzpatrick. He's going full Delhomme. What are the chances he's red-green colorblind?
  5. NFL 2016 Week 3/4: The Darkness Peers Back

    1-3 is impressive in week 3.
  6. NFL 2016 Week 3/4: The Darkness Peers Back

    I only know one play that has any chance of working in this situation http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CRpkaM8VEAApnEY.jpg
  7. NFL 2016 Week 2: extending the mustache ride in LA

    Equally shocking is what the Eagles D is doing to the Steelers offense. Yeah they shut down the Bears and Browns but this is arguably the best offense in the NFL. Watching their talent impose its will, the only conclusion I can draw is Chip Kelly fucked everything up in how he tried to use it.
  8. NFL 2016 Week 2: extending the mustache ride in LA

    Yeah Wentz side stepping the sack and hitting Sproles for a TD was legit amazing.
  9. NFL 2016 Week 2: extending the mustache ride in LA

    OBJ isn't taking being second best in this category all that well:
  10. NFL 2016 Week 2: extending the mustache ride in LA

    The 2015 Broncos will be ecstatic to hear that. ETA: Belichick in a landslide, you Pats fans know this to be true.
  11. NFL 2016 Week 2: extending the mustache ride in LA

    RGIII was beasting out until his knee went out too. I'm looking at teams that haven't developed young guys into franchise players for whatever reason. Tavaris, Ponder and sadly Teddy is enough to get you on that list. I'd count the Chiefs too but they don't even try to develop their own anymore.
  12. NFL 2016 Week 2: extending the mustache ride in LA

    Yeah, my team, the Browns, the Bills, the Vikings, they break every young QB they get. Maybe each of these teams has been taking the wrong guys - I think the Browns clearly have - but I also wonder which of the washouts could've been successful if they'd gone to a more functional franchise in terms of protecting and developing their young talent. Would Big Ben be a star if the Skins drafted him? Not sure at all. How about Aaron Rodgers somewhere that isn't GB and didn't sit him for 3 years? Hard to say.
  13. NFL 2016 Week 2: extending the mustache ride in LA

    Matt Cassel was garbage. I'm not going to give him credit for Jamaal Charles dragging him to a playoff appearance with a superhuman season anymore than I'm giving Christian Ponder credit for when AP did the same for him. Hell the only reason he had a career was because Bill Belichick drafted and developed him for 4 years. I feel very confident that if any other team had drafted Matt Cassel, he's out of the league in a couple years. Also note: Jimmy G can actually play but I think he should feel just as lucky about the organization that drafted him. Hell Tom Brady too. We've seen this play out a million times - a QB's fortunes are intimately tied to which team drafts them.
  14. NFL 2016 Week 2: extending the mustache ride in LA

    Falling to 11-5? This is a really weird argument. He did it with a guy who hadn't started a game since high school 8 years earlier. And who proved to be a bottom 5 starting QB the rest of his career. 2008 was damn near as miraculous as 2007 IMO.
  15. NFL 2016 Week 2: extending the mustache ride in LA

    Or hell 20 years. If Brady retired tomorrow the Patriots would still be a top contender for years. If Belichick retired, it would all go to shit pretty fast. Look at what every single one of his lieutenants has done outside of the Belichick cocoon, including Billy O'Brien's stellar work last night. Not sure. My guess is the 172 hours he spent in Deflategate depositions gave him plenty of time to work on his material.