Stray Dog THA GAWD

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Stray Dog THA GAWD last won the day on June 30 2017

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  1. People thanking the Rams for winning that game don't realize what LA fans are like. Waking a sleeping giant.
  2. Apples and oranges. The Barfs choked in championship series for years with one of the best rosters in baseball. The Aints lost two conference championship games, and they got legitmately jobbed in the second one.
  3. There is bad coaching, and then there is blowing a 25-point lead in the Superbowl.
  4. The NFL clearly wants LA in the Superbowl. If they could get a NY vs LA Superbowl, they'd be even more ecstatic.
  5. Correct answer.
  6. Only problem is they won it all once, and are 1 for 1 in the SB. We have very little room to talk, as funny as yesterday was!
  7. Relax, guys, it's not like they'te coming down here to f*uck your wives.
  8. All 17 of them were the Falcons.
  9. I wonder if anyone will mention 28-3? Thanks, Quinn.
  10. I was expecting the rare thing to be that he got roughed with a brush of the hand, but then remembered that happens all the time.
  11. To put it another way, which is easier: stopping another team's offense, or telling your own to run the ball?
  12. That was separately negotiated, and one of the first times that ever happened, mainly because they intended to put a new team in Cleveland. Before that, it happened exactly how I explained it. You guys need to read up on sports history, or simply look up at that 1958 St. Louis Hawks championship banner at State Farm Arena, or the Baltimore Bullets banners in D.C.
  13. Already explained that championships stay with the franchise. HeII, the Lakers have banners in their building for all the Minneapolis Lakers' championships.
  14. That phantom roughing the passer penalty says otherwise.
  15. Literally the dumbest decision in NFL history.