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    Quote Originally Posted by gavinski91 View Post
    They changed the testing protocols - they now test players who CAN'T HIDE symptoms.
    Fixed it for you
    Go that way really REALLY fast. If something gets in your way, TURN!

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    Also, pretty much everyone in the NFL caught COVID at some point so there just aren’t that many left

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    Also, pretty much everyone in the NFL caught COVID at some point so there just aren’t that many left
    You can get alpha then still get Delta.. then still get Omicron.. Omicron V TBD...
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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    I can taste those tears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by I've seen black diamonds! View Post
    Saints are $70 million over the cap. That's the real reason Payton quit.
    You nailed it. The Saints have to rebuild by shedding high priced vets and Payton knows it will be a rough few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    Why would A-Aron want to face the Mahomes and Herbert gunslinging show 2X a year when he already "owns" the Bears and the rest of the NFC North?
    The 4 teams left come from the 3 toughest divisions in the NFL. Unless you are an extremely disciplined team, I think it's beneficial to play in a tough division. I've seen the Broncos beat the chargers and compete with the chiefs with mediocre QBs.

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    Do the Broncos have a veterinarian on staff? Aaron Rogers would like to know..
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    Quote Originally Posted by bearcub69 View Post
    The 4 teams left come from the 3 toughest divisions in the NFL. Unless you are an extremely disciplined team, I think it's beneficial to play in a tough division. I've seen the Broncos beat the chargers and compete with the chiefs with mediocre QBs.
    Agreed. There’s a lot be said for being battle tested. On the other hand Brady and the Pats could very reasonably disagree over the past 2 decades.
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    Yeah, coasting through six to ten games without having to grind out wins may be good in the long run

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeJ View Post
    Agreed. There’s a lot be said for being battle tested. On the other hand Brady and the Pats could very reasonably disagree over the past 2 decades.
    Brady and the Pats were the most disciplined..

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    The only team that gave Brady a hard time consistently was the Dolphins. Outside the division, the Broncos I believe, certainly Manning's Colts, but he always seemed to win, but younger Manning owns Brady!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeJ View Post
    Agreed. There’s a lot be said for being battle tested. On the other hand Brady and the Pats could very reasonably disagree over the past 2 decades.
    Montana and the 9ers also won a few in a very weak division.
    Eli was the QB on the Giants, but the Giant D attacked the qb and their line did a great job of protecting Eli. I have always felt that those were true team wins rather than Eli outdoing TB.

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    It’s still so weird to me that growing up the 49ers were in the same division as both New Orleans and Atlanta.
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    The AFC East was never as bad as people make it out to be (for the nerds: https://patriotsdynasty.info/blog/20...finitive-guide).

    Brady's record with the Pats vs the AFC East and his record vs the rest of the league were close to identical. He had better record against the Steelers than he did against the Jets. He had a better record against the Colts than against the Dolphins.

    But having 4 QBs as good as Mahomes, Rodgers, Herbert and Carr in one division would be pretty damn rare. Probably unprecedented. That's a division where good teams could easily miss the playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    Montana and the 9ers also won a few in a very weak division.
    Eli was the QB on the Giants, but the Giant D attacked the qb and their line did a great job of protecting Eli. I have always felt that those were true team wins rather than Eli outdoing TB.
    Yeah, but you can say that about Patriot teams over the years as well and honestly without our kickers being next level, Brady wouldn't be where he is today. Kickers are so underrated.

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    ESPN reporting TB12 to retire.

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    Brady to retire? 🥲🥲🥲

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    ^^^needs it's own thread.

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    Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield: Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    Montana and the 9ers also won a few in a very weak division.
    Eli was the QB on the Giants, but the Giant D attacked the qb and their line did a great job of protecting Eli. I have always felt that those were true team wins rather than Eli outdoing TB.
    Eli did his job leading the offense. He wasn’t a barnacle riding his way thru the game. So many haters…


    Wouldn’t it be fun if Eli could be a presenter at TFB’s HOF induction?

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    Chieves seem to be in charge

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    Uh, hold on a sec

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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    Uh, hold on a sec
    This just got interesting

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    Go underdog!

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