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  1. That Lombardi was practically gifted to your team by the league with biased officiating and y'all still had to cheat to get it. But let some PI go uncalled in a playoff game and all the sudden the entire saints org and fanbase wants to talk about the integrity of the game.
  2. Plus all he did was visit. For all we know he's 50lbs overweight and hasn't been in a three point stance since SB LI.
  3. I didn't watch a second of it. I'm so sick of awe struck commentators talking about how great Brady and the Pat's are. Also, was there anyone who really thought the Rams had a chance? How would it have looked if they had won after the no call?
  4. Dallas got their stadium financed with out having to drum up support because their fan support is always high. The New York teams were the shiz about the time MetLife was being constructed. SF had a run when they were pitching their stadium in 13. The exceptions... Saints after Katrina, Baltimore as Ray Lewis retired, and the Broncos as Peyton retired. The only ones that dont line up are the Eagles and the Seahawks. They didn't have stadiums in the mix as far as I know. I'm not saying they rig every game but I do think they'll make a few key calls at some point in the games to make it easier for one team to get a small lead or kill momentum.
  5. I see responses like this and I remember when rumors of Lance Armstrong's steroid abuse started to surface. Lots of people were saying things like "he works harder than everyone else" and "his determination is on another level". No one is that much better without some help. You think BB is the only smart coach in the NFL? I know the Patriots get calls others dont get and dont get called in key situations. Rewatch the second half of LI if you dont believe me. Same for the Steelers, same for the Rams, same for any team the NFL wants to be in the spot light. Ya'll can't think it is a coincidence that we had a SuperBowl run right as we were getting our new stadium, right? The Rams just happen to make it to the SB as they are about to get theirs. Minny has a deep run in the playoffs after they opened theirs. And Boston.... it's a huge sports market and the Pat's are squeaky clean from a marketing perspective. I love the Falcons but I can't stand the NFL. They officiate to the desired narratives and it is all about the money
  6. Can't pick a winner but I can tell you who the losers will be... Us. The number of mentions for LI will surpass 10 during the game.
  7. Quinn I would spend the whole time talking about the finer points of game management.
  8. Lots of "woe is me" talk in here. Alabama has been the number one team all season for a reason. The Bulldogs aren't cursed, they're in the best conference in college football. Moaning and complaining wont fix the problem and it won't make you feel better.
  9. Sure. He's going to need to bulk up to play DE or OG though.
  10. Row 24... I'll be there with my wife and son. If you see a skinny kid in a personalized number 10 Falcons jersey begging for autographs, that is most likely my son.
  11. Section 101 reporting in... right over the visitors entrance. As far as places to go in Cleveland... there are a few good restaurants near the stadium. Urban Farmer is one I like... pricey, but I've never had a bad meal there. The Butcher and The Brewer and Great Lakes Brewing Company are good spots for beer. Also, I know it's late to throw this out there but if you can fly into Akron/Canton and drive up, that's a much nicer experience than the Cleveland airport. You're off the plane and in your rental in about 10 minutes. There are regular flights from Atlanta to Canton. FWIW, I've been here for 4 years and Cleveland is a cool little city. They love the Browns but they aren't obnoxious about it (motions toward Pittsburgh).
  12. Same here. I'll be at the game in Cleveland. I'm doing my part.
  13. I live in Cleveland and listening to sports radio here during football season is one of the best things about living here. They have a regular segment called Browns Therapy Monday. It's like an audio version of these boards only more comfortable with the idea of knowing they aren't that great. The fans up here deserve better than what they have. At least they're good sports about it.
  14. They are getting clowned tonight. This is the worst they've looked so far this year.