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5 hours ago, keelansgrandad said:

Interesting to see the Skins win the loser bowl.

To be fair to the Dolphins, they went for a two point conversion to try and win the game

"To try and win" - or guarantee they didn't win by calling a dumbass play that had zero chance of success.... one of the two.

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"To try and win" - or guarantee they didn't win by calling a dumbass play that had zero chance of success.... one of the two.

Matey was in the open and dropped it. Sums them up I suppose

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23 minutes ago, keelansgrandad said:

"To try and win" - or guarantee they didn't win by calling a dumbass play that had zero chance of success.... one of the two.

Matey was in the open and dropped it. Sums them up I suppose

He was being swarmed. If he had caught it he would have been flattened before he made a step

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KIO from your comments and this T-shirt I'm nearly convinced we actually won.tshirt.jpg.7b7bce23554b2ebbac09ae63ace261e2.jpg

 

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10 minutes ago, KiwiScot said:

KIO from your comments and this T-shirt I'm nearly convinced we actually won.tshirt.jpg.7b7bce23554b2ebbac09ae63ace261e2.jpg

 

You did. A loss and another step towards the #1 overall pick is far mroe valuable than winning a meaningless game in a season where neither team is likely to win another game.

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10 minutes ago, kick it off said:

You did. A loss and another step towards the #1 overall pick is far mroe valuable than winning a meaningless game in a season where neither team is likely to win another game.

It's like that film the producers where they decide they can make more money off a failed play than an successful one. Still since the dolphins have sucked for many decades now it won't make any difference.

 

Fear not though. We have to play the Jets twice still and the Bengals who are 0 and 6. Like a girl in a ski town theres a lot of competition for the bottom.

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Absolutely brutal.... this was an LA Rams HOME game! For those not in the know the 49er's play in red (white away shirts) the LA Rams play in Blue ... there a few of those scattered around the LA Coliseum I think? 
 

p.s this would NEVER have happened if the NFL has brought back the only team LA fans care about - the Raiders - but they brought back the moneybags Rams and Chargers. If I was building a new $ 2 Billion  stadium for those two teams I would be worried.

 

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Very true. College Football is the true American sport, packed stadiums often of over 100.000 people and they only have to pay the coaches, everyone else, players, cheerleaders and band work for free - it’s the American dream 👍🇺🇸 

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3 hours ago, Surfer said:

Very true. College Football is the true American sport, packed stadiums often of over 100.000 people and they only have to pay the coaches, everyone else, players, cheerleaders and band work for free - it’s the American dream 👍🇺🇸 

It is weird how such a aggressively capitalist society has sports that work to an almost socialist system.

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On 11/11/2018 at 21:26, kick it off said:

Who else is an NFL fan in here? 

I'm a big Redskins fan - currently 6-3 atop the NFC  East. Have to say, we're probably the worst team to be leading a division but all I know is misery and mediocrity in my Redskins fandom so I'm happily enjoying the whole winning games novelty, even if we are winning ugly every week.

Anyone see past Saints/Rams for Superbowl?

I’m a huge fan, been to wembley four times and going again in two weeks to see the Texans, though my team was the Oilers who are now the Titans I’ve joined the Texans as they are Houston, feel they are the true oilers.....

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Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has escaped significant ligament damage when he dislocated his right kneecap and expects to be back in around a months time.

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3 hours ago, KiwiScot said:

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has escaped significant ligament damage when he dislocated his right kneecap and expects to be back in around a months time.

Good news. I really like the dude as a player, but comes across as a decent guy too

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