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2012 NFL FOOTBALL THREAD


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Let's go Cowboys.

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Let's go Cowboys.

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Yeah, how 'bout 'em? Let's see them do...anything. Its fun watching everyone pick Dallas and Philly to win the division, again.


If DeMarco Murray can stay healthy, he has a shot at the rushing title.

Carr and Claiborne instantly upgrade the pitiful secondary, but Mike Jenkins is useless and should have been traded.

Dez Bryant is a basketcase, but they need him to keep it together.

Ultimately it's all going to come down on Romo. I think that Tony is a good, solid QB. At this point for him, it's Super Bowl or bust. This season will determine whether he's Staubach/Aikman or Danny White.

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i think the giants are still the team to beat in the NFC east. the cowboys have good talent but like what has been said dez bryant it a nutcase,which is why i thought it was funny when the dolphins asked if his mom was a prostitute

romo who knows i dont think he will ever win a superbowl IMO

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The Giants are probably still the "team to beat" in the NFC East, but I do think the talent on the rosters of the Cowboys, Eagles, and Giants are fairly comparable. It will in all likelihood be another tightly contested year, and if RG3 has a great rookie season, the Redskins could be close behind.

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The Giants are probably still the "team to beat" in the NFC East, but I do think the talent on the rosters of the Cowboys, Eagles, and Giants are fairly comparable. It will in all likelihood be another tightly contested year, and if RG3 has a great rookie season, the Redskins could be close behind.



RGIII is the wildcard IMO of the NFC east race if he has a good rookie season definitely the redskins can surprise, i just dont think the eagles get anywhere with vick, he regressed back to the same player he was in atlanta, never can throw in the pocket and will run first and will get knocked out eventually

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The Giants are probably still the "team to beat" in the NFC East, but I do think the talent on the rosters of the Cowboys, Eagles, and Giants are fairly comparable. It will in all likelihood be another tightly contested year, and if RG3 has a great rookie season, the Redskins could be close behind.



RGIII is the wildcard IMO of the NFC east race if he has a good rookie season definitely the redskins can surprise, i just dont think the eagles get anywhere with vick, he regressed back to the same player he was in atlanta, never can throw in the pocket and will run first and will get knocked out eventually

To be fair, a lot of that has to do with his inability to pick up a blitz and his tendency to break down a play whenever anyone gets near him. This year, that duty falls on the Center, Jason Kelce. It made sense last year to not have a rookie doing it, but Vick was proven to not be much better. The O-Line without Peters will make or break the offense. They were one of the few bright spots, and with Danny Watkins finally understanding the scheme of this O-Line coach, it should really be interesting.
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Packers rock3

We just cut Charlie Peprah! I'm very, very happy! :takethat:

If we weren't Super Bowl bound before, we certainly are now!

They should cut AJ Hawk next.

He certainly wasn't worth a top 5 pick, and we shouldn't have signed him to that contract extension last offseason, but he's the best option we have right now. Thank God for Desmond Bishop, though. Without him AJ Hawk would never be expendable.

Yeah I know Desmond helped the Packers defense not be a total train wreck....oh wait.

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I think how bad the Packers and Patriots defenses were last season were greatly exagerrated. A lot of the yards put up against them were junk passing yards in the 4th quarter when they were already ahead by 30.

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I think how bad the Packers and Patriots defenses were last season were greatly exagerrated. A lot of the yards put up against them were junk passing yards in the 4th quarter when they were already ahead by 30.

Kind of true but the Packers run Defense sucked badly and there passing one was bad in every quarter but thank god the Packers have a really good offense

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The Giants are probably still the "team to beat" in the NFC East, but I do think the talent on the rosters of the Cowboys, Eagles, and Giants are fairly comparable. It will in all likelihood be another tightly contested year, and if RG3 has a great rookie season, the Redskins could be close behind.



RGIII is the wildcard IMO of the NFC east race if he has a good rookie season definitely the redskins can surprise, i just dont think the eagles get anywhere with vick, he regressed back to the same player he was in atlanta, never can throw in the pocket and will run first and will get knocked out eventually

To be fair, a lot of that has to do with his inability to pick up a blitz and his tendency to break down a play whenever anyone gets near him. This year, that duty falls on the Center, Jason Kelce. It made sense last year to not have a rookie doing it, but Vick was proven to not be much better. The O-Line without Peters will make or break the offense. They were one of the few bright spots, and with Danny Watkins finally understanding the scheme of this O-Line coach, it should really be interesting.


Vick is washed up.

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The Giants are probably still the "team to beat" in the NFC East, but I do think the talent on the rosters of the Cowboys, Eagles, and Giants are fairly comparable. It will in all likelihood be another tightly contested year, and if RG3 has a great rookie season, the Redskins could be close behind.



RGIII is the wildcard IMO of the NFC east race if he has a good rookie season definitely the redskins can surprise, i just dont think the eagles get anywhere with vick, he regressed back to the same player he was in atlanta, never can throw in the pocket and will run first and will get knocked out eventually

To be fair, a lot of that has to do with his inability to pick up a blitz and his tendency to break down a play whenever anyone gets near him. This year, that duty falls on the Center, Jason Kelce. It made sense last year to not have a rookie doing it, but Vick was proven to not be much better. The O-Line without Peters will make or break the offense. They were one of the few bright spots, and with Danny Watkins finally understanding the scheme of this O-Line coach, it should really be interesting.


Vick is washed up.


I don't think Vick is washed up, but his body is breaking down. First 6 games of any season he's brilliant, then he gets hurt...

It's not like the Eagles have a better option, on days when Vick is at his best he's a sprinting Drew Brees, but when it's bad he's a turnover machine.

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true the eagles have no better substitute
but vick has put up some tebow like throwing numbers last year lol

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I think how bad the Packers and Patriots defenses were last season were greatly exagerrated. A lot of the yards put up against them were junk passing yards in the 4th quarter when they were already ahead by 30.

Kind of true but the Packers run Defense sucked badly and there passing one was bad in every quarter but thank god the Packers have a really good offense



No Actualy their run defense did not suck as it was 14th in the league which was better the Giants at 19th so they were middle of the pack in this case. Their pass defense did suck though as they were dead last but they drafted 6 defensive player in this years draft so even if the top 4 studs, Perry, Worthy, Hayward and McMillen have an average rookie season I would expect the pass defense to make a dramatic improvement...........
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The Giants are probably still the "team to beat" in the NFC East, but I do think the talent on the rosters of the Cowboys, Eagles, and Giants are fairly comparable. It will in all likelihood be another tightly contested year, and if RG3 has a great rookie season, the Redskins could be close behind.



RGIII is the wildcard IMO of the NFC east race if he has a good rookie season definitely the redskins can surprise, i just dont think the eagles get anywhere with vick, he regressed back to the same player he was in atlanta, never can throw in the pocket and will run first and will get knocked out eventually

To be fair, a lot of that has to do with his inability to pick up a blitz and his tendency to break down a play whenever anyone gets near him. This year, that duty falls on the Center, Jason Kelce. It made sense last year to not have a rookie doing it, but Vick was proven to not be much better. The O-Line without Peters will make or break the offense. They were one of the few bright spots, and with Danny Watkins finally understanding the scheme of this O-Line coach, it should really be interesting.


Vick is washed up.


I don't think Vick is washed up, but his body is breaking down. First 6 games of any season he's brilliant, then he gets hurt...

It's not like the Eagles have a better option, on days when Vick is at his best he's a sprinting Drew Brees, but when it's bad he's a turnover machine.


That's the thing. The guy can't last a full season, and the Eagles haven't exactly prepared all that well as far as a competent backup goes. Trent Edwards? Really?

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The Giants are probably still the "team to beat" in the NFC East, but I do think the talent on the rosters of the Cowboys, Eagles, and Giants are fairly comparable. It will in all likelihood be another tightly contested year, and if RG3 has a great rookie season, the Redskins could be close behind.



RGIII is the wildcard IMO of the NFC east race if he has a good rookie season definitely the redskins can surprise, i just dont think the eagles get anywhere with vick, he regressed back to the same player he was in atlanta, never can throw in the pocket and will run first and will get knocked out eventually

To be fair, a lot of that has to do with his inability to pick up a blitz and his tendency to break down a play whenever anyone gets near him. This year, that duty falls on the Center, Jason Kelce. It made sense last year to not have a rookie doing it, but Vick was proven to not be much better. The O-Line without Peters will make or break the offense. They were one of the few bright spots, and with Danny Watkins finally understanding the scheme of this O-Line coach, it should really be interesting.


Vick is washed up.


I don't think Vick is washed up, but his body is breaking down. First 6 games of any season he's brilliant, then he gets hurt...

It's not like the Eagles have a better option, on days when Vick is at his best he's a sprinting Drew Brees, but when it's bad he's a turnover machine.


That's the thing. The guy can't last a full season, and the Eagles haven't exactly prepared all that well as far as a competent backup goes. Trent Edwards? Really?


Michael Vick will never be more successful than McNabb. And I like it way, because Eagles fans are slightly more educated versions of Raider fans.

I'd never underestimate what Reid can do with quarterbacks. He's made a lot of bums serviceable.

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