TRUju2111

It's official..NFL is rigged, teams.don't just give points away like that

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I wish that were the case, but the fact is, the Saints are just having one of those years where they get all the lucky breaks. Tucker misses a PAT, half of the Falcons defenses gets hurt before the first meeting, Cam was playing for some reason when he was clearly hurt, one of the most sure handed WR's in the NFL drops an easy catch that leads to a pick.

Let's just face it, they have a good team AND they are getting the breaks you need along the way. Every championship team has them. 

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3 hours ago, TRUju2111 said:

I mean we have seen Quinn do it a lot, but the timeout the Eagles took couldn't be explained by anyone anywhere. Just gave the saints 3 points and the commentators don't even mention it. 

Colts and chargers were told to stay home..after today it's hard  to believe that everything you see is real

"After today"? Nothing has been 'real' in the NFL since I did sports news, covering the Falcons back in the early 80s.

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46 minutes ago, DawnOfThemBirds said:

 

I don't think sports is rigged, but it is a business first and foremost.

 

I bet Goodell and the NFL will be rooting for the Rams the rest of the way. It could potentially be the best thing to ever happen to the NFL if they could have an established culture in LA that could rival Cowboys, Packers, Giants, Pats, and Steelers.

Brees Vs  Brady SB at twilight of their careers is a great story line.

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1 hour ago, Faithful Falcon said:

I'm with you bro. These people are gonna flame, because they believe everything that happens in America is natural. The Wild Fire Refs will outduel the Katrina Refs next week. There is money to be made.

You are a breath of fresh air! Glad there are some chaps out there thinking for themselves, instead of believing what you are told by the commentators not to believe you see that enormous elephant standing in front of you. 

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1 hour ago, falcons007 said:

Brees Vs  Brady SB at twilight of their careers is a great story line.

 

Great storyline indeed, but not a long-term money maker like bringing up the LA market to potentially rival Dallas' mass fanbase appeal on a national and international level if the Rams have the right success.

 

Goodell and the NFL owners had been wanting football back in LA for years. The Rams will need massive success for them to stay in LA long-term. It has the potential to be one of the biggest goldmines in sports history.

 

The Rams will soon be opening the most expensive stadium/complex in NFL history. It will be a massive failure if the Rams don't win big.

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3 hours ago, Faithful Falcon said:

They got us in there projected to win one, but we gotta wait our turn.

Hopefully before Matt Ryan retires.

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40 minutes ago, DawnOfThemBirds said:

 

Great storyline indeed, but not a long-term money maker like bringing up the LA market to potentially rival Dallas' mass fanbase appeal on a national and international level if the Rams have the right success.

 

Goodell and the NFL owners had been wanting football back in LA for years. The Rams will need massive success for them to stay in LA long-term. It has the potential to be one of the biggest goldmines in sports history.

 

The Rams will soon be opening the most expensive stadium/complex in NFL history. It will be a massive failure if the Rams don't win big

We got an expensive stadium. 

 

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If it is rigged, Blank has surely got to know and have some kind of deal pending for the Falcons to have a full fantasy season coming soon (obviously they would not agree to having the Falcons winning in their own dome).

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1 hour ago, DawnOfThemBirds said:

 

Great storyline indeed, but not a long-term money maker like bringing up the LA market to potentially rival Dallas' mass fanbase appeal on a national and international level if the Rams have the right success.

 

Goodell and the NFL owners had been wanting football back in LA for years. The Rams will need massive success for them to stay in LA long-term. It has the potential to be one of the biggest goldmines in sports history.

 

The Rams will soon be opening the most expensive stadium/complex in NFL history. It will be a massive failure if the Rams don't win big.

The Rams are staying in LA long-term regardless of what happens on the field. That stadium will make sure of it, especially since it's the Rams owner that is paying for the majority of the stadium. The only reason the Rams left LA the first go around was because they couldn't get up enough fan support for a new stadium and St. Louis built them a stadium and the money hungry woman took the deal. I've mentioned this before, but had Robert Kraft not brought the Patriots in February 1994, the Patriots would have more than likely been sold to a group who had the intentions of moving them to St. Louis. That is how badly the city of St. Louis wanted a team after the Cardinals left town following the 1987 season.

Exact same situation that happened with the Browns. Art Modell wanted a new stadium because Cleveland Municiple Stadium was a complete dump and the city of Cleveland had just forked over big money for the Indians to get a stadium (Jacobs Field which opened in 1994) and the city refused to budge saying that the Browns didn't deserve a new stadium until they started winning. Well, Modell took his team to Baltimore where they promised to build him a new stadium. Same reason the Chargers left San Diego. Same reason the Raiders are leaving Oakland. It's all about the stadium. At least none of those teams packed up and left town in the middle of the night like the Colts did when they moved from Baltimore to Indianapolis. But that was the stadium situation, Colts wanted a new stadium and the city of Baltimore refused to do it because the Colts weren't winning. Indianapolis said "we'll build you a stadium!!" and that was all it took.

Stadium issues are the #1 reason a sports franchise moves cities. They want a new stadium, and in most cases like all of the aforementioned ones, its because the current one is badly outdated, and the city they're playing in refuses to pony up to  help build it. In fact, the Rams and Raiders were this close to getting a new stadium the first time around, Al Davis was going to pay for the majority of it himself, and the city of Carson turned him down. What's ironic about all that is Carson is where the new Rams/Chargers stadium is being built at. Al Davis was 25 years too early to get a deal done.

As the old saying goes "if you build it, they will come."

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23 minutes ago, Falconsfan567 said:

The Rams are staying in LA long-term regardless of what happens on the field. That stadium will make sure of it, especially since it's the Rams owner that is paying for the majority of the stadium. The only reason the Rams left LA the first go around was because they couldn't get up enough fan support for a new stadium and St. Louis built them a stadium and the money hungry woman took the deal. I've mentioned this before, but had Robert Kraft not brought the Patriots in February 1994, the Patriots would have more than likely been sold to a group who had the intentions of moving them to St. Louis. That is how badly the city of St. Louis wanted a team after the Cardinals left town following the 1987 season.

Exact same situation that happened with the Browns. Art Modell wanted a new stadium because Cleveland Municiple Stadium was a complete dump and the city of Cleveland had just forked over big money for the Indians to get a stadium (Jacobs Field which opened in 1994) and the city refused to budge saying that the Browns didn't deserve a new stadium until they started winning. Well, Modell took his team to Baltimore where they promised to build him a new stadium. Same reason the Chargers left San Diego. Same reason the Raiders are leaving Oakland. It's all about the stadium. At least none of those teams packed up and left town in the middle of the night like the Colts did when they moved from Baltimore to Indianapolis. But that was the stadium situation, Colts wanted a new stadium and the city of Baltimore refused to do it because the Colts weren't winning. Indianapolis said "we'll build you a stadium!!" and that was all it took.

Stadium issues are the #1 reason a sports franchise moves cities. They want a new stadium, and in most cases like all of the aforementioned ones, its because the current one is badly outdated, and the city they're playing in refuses to pony up to  help build it. In fact, the Rams and Raiders were this close to getting a new stadium the first time around, Al Davis was going to pay for the majority of it himself, and the city of Carson turned him down. What's ironic about all that is Carson is where the new Rams/Chargers stadium is being built at. Al Davis was 25 years too early to get a deal done.

As the old saying goes "if you build it, they will come."

 

LA still will need a winner to fill that new stadium.

 

LA has the most potential out of any other NFL market to be similar to or bigger Dallas Cowboys down the line. They want it to be glitz and glamour hollywood style. All the Rams need to do is win.

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51 minutes ago, Falcons Fan MVP said:

We got an expensive stadium. 

 

 

It is also Atlanta and Georgia sports doesn't really have championship legacy across major sports. LA does, and it would be massive if that market becomes a top staple of the NFL.

 

LA has the potetial to be the biggest money maker for the NFL by far. Even more than the Cowboys if their teams are winning championships.

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39 minutes ago, DawnOfThemBirds said:

 

It is also Atlanta and Georgia sports doesn't really have championship legacy across major sports. LA does, and it would be massive if that market becomes a top staple of the NFL.

 

LA has the potetial to be the biggest money maker for the NFL by far. Even more than the Cowboys if their teams are winning championships.

They've got to win for sure. Don't anyone support losing LA sports teams. For as "bad" as Atlanta fans are for not supporting our teams, at least we still support them win or lose. LA is the ultimate front runner sports city. Even the all-mighty Dodgers need to win to keep up their fan support. As recently as 2011 the Dodgers failed to top 3 million in attendance coming in at 2.9 millon. The Braves in a much less populated city drew 2.5 million in 2017 and 2018 and for a stretch in the 90s routinely topped 3 million.

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6 hours ago, wartownfalcon said:

They seen what happens when people come out against the Clintons. If you don’t think the NFL dont have some hitmen available too...

You mean to tell me the same NFL that wouldn’t pay even $1 for a video of one of their star players kicking a woman in the face also readily have hitmen for hire? Last I checked, hitmen don’t work for free.

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2 hours ago, DawnOfThemBirds said:

 

It is also Atlanta and Georgia sports doesn't really have championship legacy across major sports. LA does, and it would be massive if that market becomes a top staple of the NFL.

 

LA has the potetial to be the biggest money maker for the NFL by far. Even more than the Cowboys if their teams are winning championships.

That needs to change. We have a very flashy team now.

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8 hours ago, quickzero said:

After losing Super Bowl 51, I've been waiting for our compensation.

SB 51 was the compensation for building a new stadium and hosting the SB.. it also got Georgia second place in the ncaa.

the fact that happened the following season should be fishy to smart people

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1 hour ago, HEIST said:

Fools are creating all kinds of storylines in their head so that when X teams wins, it'll confirm that the league is rigged :lol:

or your cognitive dissonance refuses to see the obvious. All youre doing right now is repeating a line you heard.

dude, youre just mad because your favorite team lost. Who better to see corruption than someone who watches a game so deeply and intently, that they see an inconsistency.

Ive been honest enough to watch a game so closely that I knew my favorite team got a call that there was no way they should have if honesty and correctness had been present. 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, DawnOfThemBirds said:

 

It is also Atlanta and Georgia sports doesn't really have championship legacy across major sports. LA does, and it would be massive if that market becomes a top staple of the NFL.

 

LA has the potetial to be the biggest money maker for the NFL by far. Even more than the Cowboys if their teams are winning championships.

Braves did quite well for a long time after Turner bought them. He was the Baseball Kraft at the time, who owned the world.

the Rams new owner will take that heading now

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The Rams are staying in LA long-term regardless of what happens on the field. That stadium will make sure of it, especially since it's the Rams owner that is paying for the majority of the stadium

lol he isnt paying for ****. Wealthy people are wealthy because they took your money. he isnt losing a godam dime of his own money.

 

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Exact same situation that happened with the Browns. Art Modell wanted a new stadium because Cleveland Municiple Stadium was a complete dump and the city of Cleveland had just forked over big money for the Indians to get a stadium (Jacobs Field which opened in 1994) and the city refused to budge saying that the Browns didn't deserve a new stadium until they started winning. Well, Modell took his team to Baltimore where they promised to build him a new stadium. Same reason the Chargers left San Diego. Same reason the Raiders are leaving Oakland. It's all about the stadium. At least none of those teams packed up and left town in the middle of the night like the Colts did when they moved from Baltimore to Indianapolis. But that was the stadium situation, Colts wanted a new stadium and the city of Baltimore refused to do it because the Colts weren't winning. Indianapolis said "we'll build you a stadium!!" and that was all it took.

just made up stories. The nfl is one entity. one business. No owner goes rogue or he would be thrown from the club.

they just make up stories so you think you can relate to it. the nfl knew and planned on the teams moving years in advance. it was no surprise or secret to them.

notice how 3 or 4 years after they moved, the Ravens/Rams/Titans all ended up in  a Super B. looks like they were being rewarded for moving and not hated.

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7 hours ago, DawnOfThemBirds said:

 

It is also Atlanta and Georgia sports doesn't really have championship legacy across major sports. LA does, and it would be massive if that market becomes a top staple of the NFL.

 

LA has the potetial to be the biggest money maker for the NFL by far. Even more than the Cowboys if their teams are winning championships.

We are the state in this entire country with the MOST TALENT who's wasted the most championships. 

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5 hours ago, HEIST said:

Fools are creating all kinds of storylines in their head so that when X teams wins, it'll confirm that the league is rigged :lol:

As far as I can tell the league has only been rigged for two seasons 05' and 09' both for the saints...possibly this season (saints) have to see how it turns out...:lol:

 

 

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