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NFL 2018 Week 1: From Wentz You Came

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There is no moral victory in this game. Especially against the Packers. The Bears lost in the worst possible way. Nagy's playcalling in the 2nd half was atrocious. Played too conservative, and the defense was on the field for too long. This is simply not acceptable.

I now know how Falcons fans felt after Super Bowl 51 ended. It's not a good feeling at all.

I hate football.

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8 hours ago, Mexal said:

I thought the Bengals had a rough first half then played well in the 2nd half. They're a pretty average team so not sure what you expected.

I was just being bitchy. Wanted a thorough stomping.

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8 hours ago, KingintheNorth4 said:

There is no moral victory in this game. Especially against the Packers. The Bears lost in the worst possible way. Nagy's playcalling in the 2nd half was atrocious. Played too conservative, and the defense was on the field for too long. This is simply not acceptable.

I now know how Falcons fans felt after Super Bowl 51 ended. It's not a good feeling at all.

I hate football.

Gotta be happy with Mack though.

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9 hours ago, Triskjavikson said:

Mahomes looked frighteningly good

 

Against an inept Chargers D that looked like they were scared to catch a ball.  He's good, but I predict the Chiefs will do what they have done the last 5 years or so.... start off hot and then when teams have 6-8 games of film, and a team that found a way to stop that offense, they'll start to fall off hard and won't be able to outscore their mediocre D.

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2 minutes ago, aceluby said:

Against an inept Chargers D that looked like they were scared to catch a ball.  He's good, but I predict the Chiefs will do what they have done the last 5 years or so.... start off hot and then when teams have 6-8 games of film, and a team that found a way to stop that offense, they'll start to fall off hard and won't be able to outscore their mediocre D.

I'll take that action. 

I say the Chiefs win 11 games. 

I don't think Mahoms will only have 2 incompletions every week, but the kid is for realz and Andy Clause is gonna keep the shit rolling.

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8 hours ago, James Arryn said:

Niners @ Norse Traders

the good: a few of our players did not get injured.

the bad: everything else. 

Handsome Jimmy ain't so handsome anymore.

 

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1 hour ago, Jace, Basilissa said:

I'll take that action. 

I say the Chiefs win 11 games. 

I don't think Mahoms will only have 2 incompletions every week, but the kid is for realz and Andy Clause is gonna keep the shit rolling.

Andys QBs always look good. Let them win a big game. 

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1 hour ago, Jace, Basilissa said:

I'll take that action. 

I say the Chiefs win 11 games. 

I don't think Mahoms will only have 2 incompletions every week, but the kid is for realz and Andy Clause is gonna keep the shit rolling.

That's pretty optimistic IMO, I think that's their ceiling.

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Brutal loss for the Bears.  They have no one to blame but themselves though.  The Packers weren't particularly great on defense in the second half and if they hadn't been so passive they could have salted it away.  In addition, giving up that last long touchdown in that scenario is inexcusable.  I don't know where all the Bears defenders went, but that kind of catch and run should never happen. 

Pretty crushing to lose that way after such a dominant first half.  The story should have been Mack/Bears smash Rodgers/Packers, but instead it was just another Rodgers victory party.

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Oh, and I don't think we've made fun of Nathan Peterman enough yet.  He has to be the worst NFL quarterback to start multiple games in NFL history.  I've seen bad quarterbacks.  The utterly limp John Beck, Curtis "are they tanking on purpose?" Painter, the totally overmatched Jimmy Clausen.  None have managed to put up numbers anywhere approaching Nathan Peterman.  Just for comparison, here's the career numbers of those four guys:

Beck:  qbr 67, 3 td, 7 ints, 157 yards/game

Clausen:  qbr 62, 7 td, 14 ints, 120 yards/game.

Painter:  qbr 57, 6 td, 13 ints, 120 yards/game

 

But Nathan Peterman blows them all away. 

Peterman:  qbr 25, 2 td, 7 ints, 55 yards/game.

He managed to be so bad that he is 2/2 on failing to finish the game.  Even though the score was hopelessly out of reach, it was obvious that keeping Peterman on the field would threaten coaches jobs, and they had to replace him.  His two games really should be viewed as a single game, since he only played one half in each. 

Now the question of worst quarterback in NFL history has an answer.  It's Nathan Peterman. 

 

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You didn’t even mention his career 44% accuracy. I never thought I’d see someone worse than The Bag Boy, but now I have.

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Nathan Peterman is another Chris Conte candidate; if your team has him on their team and starts him, everything about that team is obviously wrong. The coaching, the general staff, the scouts, every single thing. It's a massive indictment that the entire program needs a massive overhaul and nothing good is there. Burn it all down. 

Also, Nathan Peterman is by far the best argument that the NFL colluded to blackball Kaepernick. 

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Two funny Browns stats:

The Browns are off to their best start since 04. With a tie…

Since the Browns were reintroduced to football, the QB with the most wins at the Browns home stadium is………Big Ben.

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2 minutes ago, Kalbear said:

Also, Nathan Peterman is by far the best argument that the NFL colluded to blackball Kaepernick. 

I'm not sure I agree.  Nathan Peterman is so bad that there are literally dozens, if not hundreds of guys on the streets who would be better than that.  It's almost an argument that that NFL doesn't actually value merit at all, since it's not just Kaepernick but also scores of unoffensive white guys who can't get a job ahead of this clod. 

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8 minutes ago, Kalbear said:

Also, Nathan Peterman is by far the best argument that the NFL colluded to blackball Kaepernick. 

Yup. They should just go into the court room and play Peterman’s game tape and then Kaep’s verses the Packers in the playoffs and rest their case.

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