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NFL season part 3

Batman, here ya go. lol

Squeelers getting roach sprayed.

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Reply #1 posted 12/02/17 10:46am

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geno smith over eli manning....laugh of the year

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Reply #2 posted 12/02/17 3:37pm

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Thanks for creating part 3 smile

Here is the link for part 2 that self-locked: http://prince.org/msg/100/447606

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Reply #3 posted 12/02/17 6:05pm

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luv4u said:

Thanks for creating part 3 smile

Here is the link for part 2 that self-locked: http://prince.org/msg/100/447606

No need to thank 2freaky

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Reply #4 posted 12/02/17 6:06pm

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Week 13 picks

Redskins over the Cowboys

Patriots over the Bills

Bears over the 49er's

Jets over the Chiefs

Dolphins over the Broncos

Lions over the Ravens

Vikings over the Falcons

Packers over the Buccaneers

Titans over the Texans

Jaguars over the Colts

Chargers over the Browns

Rams over the Cardinals

Raiders over the Giants

Saints over the Panthers

Eagles over the Seahawks

Steelers over the Bengals

honestly most of these games could go either way for me. Not an easy week to pick.

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Reply #5 posted 12/02/17 7:36pm

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kpowers said:

luv4u said:

Thanks for creating part 3 smile

Here is the link for part 2 that self-locked: http://prince.org/msg/100/447606

No need to thank 2freaky


eek

Edmonton, AB - canada

Ohh purple joy oh purple bliss oh purple rapture!
REAL MUSIC by REAL MUSICIANS - Prince
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Reply #6 posted 12/03/17 12:22pm

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kpowers said:

luv4u said:

Thanks for creating part 3 smile

Here is the link for part 2 that self-locked: http://prince.org/msg/100/447606

No need to thank 2freaky



lol

Prince, in you I found a kindred spirit...Rest In Paradise.
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Reply #7 posted 12/03/17 4:52pm

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kpowers said:

Week 13 picks

Redskins over the Cowboys

Patriots over the Bills

Bears over the 49er's

Jets over the Chiefs

Dolphins over the Broncos

Lions over the Ravens

Vikings over the Falcons

Packers over the Buccaneers

Titans over the Texans

Jaguars over the Colts

Chargers over the Browns

Rams over the Cardinals

Raiders over the Giants

Saints over the Panthers

Eagles over the Seahawks

Steelers over the Bengals

honestly most of these games could go either way for me. Not an easy week to pick.

So far picked pretty good for a hard week.

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Reply #8 posted 12/03/17 7:16pm

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Eagles are choking

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Reply #9 posted 12/04/17 8:35am

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Rams and Jags just get better. Bengals, play like that.

Eagles got stopped, which means anything is possible. Ciara's old man was on fire.

Thinkin of that cooch later. mmm

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Reply #10 posted 12/04/17 8:35am

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Lock the bat cave.

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Reply #11 posted 12/04/17 3:14pm

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geno smith over eli manning....laugh of the year

John Mara rectified the situation....McAdoo & Reese got fired.....Happy Happy Joy Joy for Giant Nation!

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Gronkowski suspended for body-slam during Bills game

Rob Gronkowski, the New England Patriots tight end, was suspended for one game on Monday following a late hit to the head of a Buffalo Bills player during a game on Sunday.

Tre-Davious White was face down on the sideline following an intercepted pass when Gronkowski body-slammed him, driving his forearm into the player’s back and head.

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White was dazed as he got up and crews immediately rushed him to the locker room to be evaluated for a concussion. The hit sparked a shoving match between Bills safety Micah Hyde and Patriots receiver Danny Amendola. Gronkowski was called for unnecessary roughness but the call was voided due to retaliation from the Bills.

“Your actions were not incidental, could have been avoided and placed the opposing player at risk of serious injury,” NFL Vice President of Football Operations Jon Runyan wrote in a letter to Gronkowski announcing the suspension. “The Competition Committee has clearly expressed its goal of 'eliminating flagrant hits that have no place in our game.' Those hits include the play you were involved in yesterday.”

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New York Giants fire coach Ben McAdoo after 2-10 start

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Ben McAdoo's key card will stop working Monday.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport first reported the embattled New York Giants head coach has been informed he's been relieved of his duties.

The Giants have also fired general manager Jerry Reese. Co-owner John Mara confirmed the two moves later Monday during a news conference with New York media.

"[I] met with Ben McAdoo and thanked him for everything he has done for our us, for all his hard work, for all the professional manner in which he's conducted himself," Mara said Monday. "I also feel he will be a successful head coach at some point in the future. I think he's going to learn from his experience here and he'll go on and be a successful head coach.

"Both [McAdoo and Reese], contrary to what their public persona is sometimes, have been complete professionals here. They always make decisions on looking for what they believe is in the best long-term interest of the franchise."

Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo will take over as interim head coach and Kevin Abrams as GM the rest of the season. Mara also told reporters that former Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi will serve as a consultant during the search for a new coach and GM.

The news comes a day after the Giants lost their 10th game of the season, a 24-17 defeat in Oakland.

"I'm going to coach this team as long as my key card works," McAdoo said after the loss. "You know, we've got a great group of players, the coaches, we've got a great staff to work with. We're going to show up ready to go tomorrow and get this thing cleaned up and move on to the next one."

McAdoo's firing comes less than two seasons into his tenure and just a year after helping guide Big Blue to a playoff berth in 2016. The 40-year-old will finish with a 13-15 record as the Giants' coach. New York has the NFL's biggest decline in winning from 2016 to 2017, a .521 win percent decrease. The Giants have had one of the worst offenses in the NFL since McAdoo was hired as the head coach, scoring just 17.8 points per game and ranking 30th in the NFL in total yards per tilt (314.7) -- only the Browns and Bears have scored fewer PPG since 2016, per NFL Research.

The Giants are cleaning house not only due to the play on the field but also after bungling the benching of Eli Manning in favor of Geno Smith.

Rapoport reported Sunday that some members of the Giants ownership did not agree with how Manning's situation was handled this week and there was intense and serious internal debate about firing McAdoo.

Ditching a coach and GM in the middle of the season is an uncharacteristic move for the Giants organization, but underscores the fractured relationships throughout every level of the franchise.

The change in gears came swift in New York. Ownership put out a statement in mid-November supporting the coach, saying it would wait until after the season to evaluate the situation. Following the botched Manning situation, however, the tenor began to change. Owner John Mara said Wednesday there were "no guarantees" McAdoo's job was safe.

Days later the Giants fired the coach and general manager.

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Reply #14 posted 12/04/17 3:29pm

uPtoWnNY

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New York Giants fire coach Ben McAdoo after 2-10 start

Image result for Ben McAdoo'

Ben McAdoo's key card will stop working Monday.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport first reported the embattled New York Giants head coach has been informed he's been relieved of his duties.

The Giants have also fired general manager Jerry Reese. Co-owner John Mara confirmed the two moves later Monday during a news conference with New York media.

"[I] met with Ben McAdoo and thanked him for everything he has done for our us, for all his hard work, for all the professional manner in which he's conducted himself," Mara said Monday. "I also feel he will be a successful head coach at some point in the future. I think he's going to learn from his experience here and he'll go on and be a successful head coach.

"Both [McAdoo and Reese], contrary to what their public persona is sometimes, have been complete professionals here. They always make decisions on looking for what they believe is in the best long-term interest of the franchise."

Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo will take over as interim head coach and Kevin Abrams as GM the rest of the season. Mara also told reporters that former Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi will serve as a consultant during the search for a new coach and GM.

The news comes a day after the Giants lost their 10th game of the season, a 24-17 defeat in Oakland.

"I'm going to coach this team as long as my key card works," McAdoo said after the loss. "You know, we've got a great group of players, the coaches, we've got a great staff to work with. We're going to show up ready to go tomorrow and get this thing cleaned up and move on to the next one."

McAdoo's firing comes less than two seasons into his tenure and just a year after helping guide Big Blue to a playoff berth in 2016. The 40-year-old will finish with a 13-15 record as the Giants' coach. New York has the NFL's biggest decline in winning from 2016 to 2017, a .521 win percent decrease. The Giants have had one of the worst offenses in the NFL since McAdoo was hired as the head coach, scoring just 17.8 points per game and ranking 30th in the NFL in total yards per tilt (314.7) -- only the Browns and Bears have scored fewer PPG since 2016, per NFL Research.

The Giants are cleaning house not only due to the play on the field but also after bungling the benching of Eli Manning in favor of Geno Smith.

Rapoport reported Sunday that some members of the Giants ownership did not agree with how Manning's situation was handled this week and there was intense and serious internal debate about firing McAdoo.

Ditching a coach and GM in the middle of the season is an uncharacteristic move for the Giants organization, but underscores the fractured relationships throughout every level of the franchise.

The change in gears came swift in New York. Ownership put out a statement in mid-November supporting the coach, saying it would wait until after the season to evaluate the situation. Following the botched Manning situation, however, the tenor began to change. Owner John Mara said Wednesday there were "no guarantees" McAdoo's job was safe.

Days later the Giants fired the coach and general manager.

I've been screaming about Reese's refusal to upgrade the o-line for two years . He deserved to be fired for sabotaging his QB. He knew Eli has no mobility, yet he went into the season with the same shaky group from last season. He gambled and lost......good riddance.

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Reply #15 posted 12/04/17 5:45pm

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OMG. Shazier. No game is worth that. So sorry. Didn't even look like he hit that hard. Hope he is ok. That backboard is scary.

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Reply #16 posted 12/04/17 7:09pm

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Well Steelers have no fire in them. Bengals want it more. Tomlin and company needs to stop looking at the Patriots and focus on the teams they are playing that week.

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Shazier, man. Hope it's not bad sad

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Ju Ju smith hit was uncalled for. He should have been ejected. Very disappointed in Ju Ju

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Reply #19 posted 12/04/17 8:42pm

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Now Bengals hit Brown helmet to helmet. You know the NFL will make some new rules

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Image result for steelers chris boswell

bananadance bananadance bananadance bananadance bananadance bananadance bananadance bananadance bananadance bananadance bananadance

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Reply #21 posted 12/04/17 9:10pm

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Ju Ju smith hit was uncalled for. He should have been ejected. Very disappointed in Ju Ju

Yes. Even though it came against the devil himself.

Just a dumb rookie mistake. JuJu is cock diesel though.

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Reply #22 posted 12/04/17 9:11pm

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Boswell! Boswell! Boswell!

Good hard nosed AFC North football

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Reply #23 posted 12/04/17 11:14pm

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phunkdaddy said:

kpowers said:

Ju Ju smith hit was uncalled for. He should have been ejected. Very disappointed in Ju Ju

Yes. Even though it came against the devil himself.

Just a dumb rookie mistake. JuJu is cock diesel though.

Noticed all these kinds of games takes place in Cincinnati?

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Loved Bell walking in untouched for the TD

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Reply #25 posted 12/05/17 7:50am

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DJ is da man
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DJ is da man
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Reply #27 posted 12/05/17 8:39am

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Was a tough game, I'm sure both sides are feeling it today

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Horrible football by two extremely dirty football teams but Burfict surely got a healthy dose of karma, I guess. Funny thing was, the hit on him was clean as a whistle. Burfict never looked around, he just kept his eyes focused on the runner. Easy pickings.

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RodeoSchro said:

Horrible football by two extremely dirty football teams but Burfict surely got a healthy dose of karma, I guess. Funny thing was, the hit on him was clean as a whistle. Burfict never looked around, he just kept his eyes focused on the runner. Easy pickings.

The Bengals brings the worse out of the Steelers. That's what happens when they play in Cincinnati (or is it Sincinnati).

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