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“Take It To The Limit”

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#1 Sep 4, 2013
Why do fans of Real clubs have to search the web for news? All they talk about on the NFL channels is geno smith, that whiny little bitch who will quit football after bombing three weeks in a row, and he'll blame it on everyone but himself. Or the new York jets, who are less than any team in both leagues? I could care less about them but try to ignore the fact that they play 'pro football'. It's either them, or the dull-ass cowboys. I've never seen anyone apologise for a lousy team more than dallas. Yes, they have talented players, BUT they don't play as a team. You can't win that way, or with a quarterback who chokes in the clutch. I don't care how many times they explain away his is f*ck-ups, they're Still F*ck-ups, and no matter how many times they excuse tony, the bottom line is he's a loser.
Griffin is brittle as a pretzel left in the desert sun for a day, and Colin Kaepernick doesn't know how to slide, so he's going to be injured early in the season. Then harbaugh is going to realize what a massive screw-up it was to trade Alex Smith.
Seattle made some Brilliant moves to stay even with the 49'ers, but all their new players are sidelined, on the IR or the PUP list. So big dreams for them kinda' fizzled. They got Winfield for a song, then Walter Thurmond got healthy, who is a decade younger, and almost as good. It was his youth that tipped the scales to him. So, the best corner in the league retired because he was 'old'. No he wasn't. I think Winfield could have sealed up the middle, where the 'Hawks got beat three times last year.
Screw nfl am. they only talk pop culture and not football.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#2 Sep 9, 2013
I was wrong. geno won. But he had a lot of help from the tampa offense. Still don't like the crybaby. Or the jets.
And why did Green Bay look so bad yesterday? For a team with 'The Best Quarterback in The Game' they sucked. The clean hit on kaepernick by Matthews in the third quarter made me smile. Heck, Clay apologized for the earlier hit out of bounds.
I was impressed with the play of Carolina's defense. They really shut dowm Lynch, which, normally is hard to do. It was a rough game and the outcome could have gone either way right up till the last second. The 'Hawks were lucky to keep Carolina to just one score. A lot of their defensive line was on the sideline for the game. When Avril and Clemons get back on the field, then the real Hawk 'D' will be back.
San Francisco showed that they are legit, and even St. Louis had a good outing.
What I thought was weird was that Brady and the Patriots struggled to beat the Bills.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#3 Sep 14, 2013
Could be an odd year in the NFL. Tom Brady struggling? against the jets? Geez!
Well, it's still early in the season, so maybe it isn't too weird. The big game this week is the Niners at Seattle. Kaep looked good against Green Bay, but the Pack has lost many of it's key players on 'D', so its hard to say if Colin is actually that good. Seattle is still missing players on defense, so the game may turn into a blow-out for San Francisco. The 'Hawk offense was awful at Carolina, so I'm not expecting too much from them.
Time will tell.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#4 Sep 14, 2013
The avatar? That's my grandson.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#5 Sep 15, 2013
I just read an article on jim 'the whiny little bitch' harbaugh. He said that HIS quarterback shouldn't be hit even outside the pocket 'Because he might just be setting up a pass.'
How's that for stupid. I think every Linebacker in the game should angle a tackle on the sideline with hopes of knocking some sense into that bitch.
Yeah. one set of rules for the 'niners' and another set of rules for the rest of the NFL.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#6 Sep 15, 2013
Home field advantage and all that, but it looks to me like the Seahawk Defense is the real thing. Four minutes left in the game, and SF has about a hundred yards total, and Three whole points. Seattle's best defense hasn't taken the field yet. Wait until Clem, Browner, and Irvin get back. Who's got the personnel to stop That front?
nobody.
RGIII is playing like a little old man, and dandy andy luck don';t look so dandy right now.
It's a long way from being done, but What a start, hey?

“Take It To The Limit”

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#7 Sep 20, 2013
So, Chip Kelly likes a 'fast' offense? So why does he have that old guy vick running his game. vick was better at dog fighting than he is at football. If they have to have an old guy at QB, then why not Donovan McNabb? He's younger than vick, isn't he?
Yeah, yeah, but the truth is that vick has been exposed as the mediocre qb he is, and there is no place for him on any NFL football field.
So, what's up with Kansas City? Someone forgot to tell them that they're supposed to suck. 3-0? Miami, too. Oh well, some things never change. the dull-ass cowboys are still the dull-ass cowboys and always will be as long as they keep romo as their qb. Mr. Choke Artist will always fail in the clutch.
Everybody's talkin' bout the Jags as if they're a doormat for Seattle this week, but lets remember that Bevell was the 'Hawk 'D' co-ordinator for years, and know the seahawks inside and out. They just might be lucky enough to shut down the seattle mediocre offense this week, and bevell might have the knowledge to get around seattle's Vaunted Defense.
Could be.
Could be.
Or the 'Hawks might stomp the jags the way they did the farty niners last week.
But russel wilson is playing lie a green second year qb, so who knows, right?

“Take It To The Limit”

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#8 Sep 23, 2013
The way that they're making excuses for Kaepernick, you'd think he was tony romo, or something. or something. Maybe, just maybe, Colin Kaepernick was a one hit wonder. We've seen it before. ten points in two games? Yeah, yeah, so they are missing a player or two, but the team picked to WIN the superbowl should be able to score more points than that with their Second string.
And whats all the fuss about cam newton? He threw three touchdowns against a Giant team that played so bad yesterday that the Jags could have beaten them. The jags gave up more points to Seattle's second team in the second half than Kaepernick and the Niner's scored in the whole game against the Colts.
Seattle benched their starters for the second half. They could have stayed in and ran up the score by about twenty eight points, but were prudent enough to get the starters out and keep them from possibly getting hurt ina game that was already won half way through the second quarter. Kudos for the Seahawks for 'being nice'? No. The pundits talk about how great acam newton was, running up the score on a hapless Giant team that needed just one thing yesterday, Mercy. Did they scold cam for running up the score? No. Part of the 'east coast bias'. Green bay might be in trouble. Hard to say because every now and then they hit the skids like this and then straighten up in time to make the playoffs.
In the AFC, I think that the Bengals might be the team to beat. If denver loses one more O-lineman, thenm Manning may get knocked out for the season. Face it, he's no Brett Favre when it comes to taking a hit.
The 'Hawk 'D' was, are angry because the second string gave up ten points in the seecond half. They thought that they should have shut out the Jaguars. Is that just Ego? Maybe, but the 'Hawks do have the best defense in the whole NFL right now.
I think that the washington foreskins should bench rg3 for awhile. Let him watch how the game is supposed to be played. He's good, but too gunshy to be effective right now.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#9 Sep 23, 2013
Speaking of running up the score, peyton manning.He's got More TC passes in three games than ANYONE in History!. He's running upo the score on teams that aren't in the same league as he is. Are they bitching about his ego and morbid fixation on records? No. they line up to kiss his ass for being SO good.
My favorite parable in sports is the 1992 Amherst Hurricaines. The female basketball team that went undefeated and won the championship without breaking a sweat. But, by halftime, the score was 'Caines 54, and their opponents, 6. Did they do the peyton manning and run up the score?
No, they coasted through the second half, scoring just twenty two points, and allowing their beleagured fall guys to score forty eight. Final score, Amherst 'Caines 76, opponents 54.
Hoop Fi!
P.S. F*ck Peyton manning and his egotistical run for records. He'll never win another superbowl anyway.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#10 Sep 30, 2013
JJ Watt is a Monster! He tore up the Seahawks offensive line all game long, and actually Threw an O-lineman at the runningback. Too bad Houston doesn't have a similar player on offence. Seattle won in overtime, in a game that recalled old-time football. Good game.

Is Matt Flynn done? GHe had a poor outing against the foreskins. If they keep him out there, he'll improve. Pryor os more mobile, but you see what happens to those guys. They get hurt.
Alex Smith. You can see what a big mistake harbaugh made by trading him, especially with kaepernick playing flat. Yeah, yeah, they beat up the lambs, but anyone surprised by that doesn't know football. Sometime soon, Kap is going to get hurt, and then what? In 1965, or so, the Baltimore Colts had both QBs go down, and they had to start a lineman as their quarterback. Matte, I think it was. Watch for san fran to do the same thing later this year.
Tannenhill. What a surprise. He's outgunning the big three from last year. He's playing better than rg3 (big deal) luck, who's "turn around" of the colts wasn't all that miraculous, remember the 'suck for luck' contest Indy and KC had in 2011? So they won more games, but the core team that peetown manning played with was still there. Ryan is having a better statistical year than Russel Wilson, even though they're both without a loss, so far. So, its going to be fun to watch and see who gord the longest with nothing but wins. I'd say Seattle, because their second half adjustments are really really good. They shut out Houston in quarters 1, 3, 4, and the OT.
Snicker. The Chargers beat the dull-ass cowboys.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#11 Oct 4, 2013
Does anyone else get tired of the 'professional' anaylisis going on all the time? They usually get it wrong anyway, so what's the point?
I think that four of the five still unbeaten will remain so. The team that will lose first is the saints. They can't beat Chicago in Chicago.
KC is going to go deep without a loss. San Fran is going to lose Kaepernick in the next week or so. Bad O-line and no targets is going to be the death of him. It's OK, they'll pick up Josh Freeman, and he will show everyone that it wasn't a mistake for Tampa to drop him.
Or maybe philly will pick up josh. They couldn't do any worse than vick.
Maybe, just Maybe, JJ Watt will take his frustration of losing to Seattle on the forty-niners.
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#12 Oct 4, 2013
Don't worry about news. Here's what it is.
Broncos and Seahawks in The Super Bowl.
andet1987

Chicago, IL

#13 Oct 5, 2013
Sarah Palin Show

“Take It To The Limit”

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#14 Oct 5, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
Don't worry about news. Here's what it is.
Broncos and Seahawks in The Super Bowl.
Well Cisco, that sounds good. But the Saints are playing like their SB days, and the Colts aren't looking too bad, either. Time wil shake out the posers.I like the 'Hawk 'D' because they just got better, They got their fastest pass rusher back, and Avril is starting to figure out his role in the game. Denver is going to make a big leap in their 'D' when whatsisname gets back from a six game suspension in two weeks. Honest, I forgot his damn name. Not unusual these days. Premature senility and all that.
Miami lookes better than they have in years, and we can't forget Chicago, even with the loss of Henry Melton.
I still think that San Francisco is going to lose Kaepernick soon, and that Philly would be better off with Josh Freeman than 'father time' vick. He's just too old for a 'fast offense'.
All this yakking about the obvious contenders, and Cincy could dneak in the back door and take it all.
Wouldn't that be a gas?
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#15 Oct 5, 2013
Rudyard Kiplingesque wrote:
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Well Cisco, that sounds good. But the Saints are playing like their SB days, and the Colts aren't looking too bad, either. Time wil shake out the posers.I like the 'Hawk 'D' because they just got better, They got their fastest pass rusher back, and Avril is starting to figure out his role in the game. Denver is going to make a big leap in their 'D' when whatsisname gets back from a six game suspension in two weeks. Honest, I forgot his damn name. Not unusual these days. Premature senility and all that.
Miami lookes better than they have in years, and we can't forget Chicago, even with the loss of Henry Melton.
I still think that San Francisco is going to lose Kaepernick soon, and that Philly would be better off with Josh Freeman than 'father time' vick. He's just too old for a 'fast offense'.
All this yakking about the obvious contenders, and Cincy could dneak in the back door and take it all.
Wouldn't that be a gas?
The 49'ers looked like they were going all the way after their first game against the Packers.
BUT, they've looked like the Raiders ever since.

It's been way too long since Ohio fielded a contender. The Bengals would be a welcome addition.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#16 Oct 7, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
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The 49'ers looked like they were going all the way after their first game against the Packers.
BUT, they've looked like the Raiders ever since.
It's been way too long since Ohio fielded a contender. The Bengals would be a welcome addition.
It's not that I don't like Kaepernick. Well, maybe a little, but to the 'experts' every quarterback in the NFL is a God, with the exception of Russel Wilson. That's changed a little, but all last year and all summer long, all they spoke of was rg, suckforluck, and the two rookies drafted this year. When someone had the temerity to bring up Wilson, they'd say,'oh, yeah. he's good too. Now let's talk about someone important, like josh freman, or that qb in new york who can't go six downs without a pick.(I had to look up Von Miller. Couldn't remember his name if my life depended on it.) Or they'd talk about how inportant tim tebow would be to Any team he ended up with.
I like Wilson because he did more than the others, and did it better. He won games while passing for a hundred and fifty yards, two touchdowns of course. I like his field awareness, the way he runs around, finding the one spot he can stand for two seconds and survey the defense. there were, and are times when you could take a full picture of Russ, and it'd look like he was the only man on the field. He makes the game fun.
I was disappointed that the 'Hawks lost yesterday, but it had to happen in this stretch, not because of the competition. Seattle stands head-to-head with anyone in the game. No, they had to lose one because their offesive line is decimated. Three of their starters are riding the bench because of ibjury. No QB can play at top speed with a bad O-line. That line would make peyton manning look like archie manning, or eli.
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#17 Oct 7, 2013
All I can say is WOW!
What happened to Tom Terrific and the Patriots?

How about Cincinnati and Indianapolis?
Did they show up to play this Sunday or what?

But the Broncos still look like they're going all the way.
Peyton can get his team scoring so fast it's amazing.

As far as Russel Wilson, the only reason he comes up short with the pundits is his height. They have that worn out old rule about tall quarterbacks.
Do you remember Doug Flutie?

“Take It To The Limit”

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#18 Oct 8, 2013
That blocked punt should have been a TC. It was ruled a safety, and that took the wind out of the 'Hawks sails. It shouldn't have because it happens so often, but it did. It would have been a different game if the TC counted. Ah well, one of their guys gets back sunday, and thats good. Indy came to play, for sure, but they looked better than they were because of the bad O-line. Might have ended the same way with a full O-line. ya just never know.
Brady didn't look too good yesterday. It's OK. Everybody has a bad day now and then. If it happened three weeks in a row, then it would be something to watch. Cleveland doesn't have a QB, nor does Tampa Bay, Or the Giants. Pittsburgh is just plain Old.
I was thinking that maybe Mark Sanchez should go bag groceries in Arizona for a year. Worked wonders for Kurt Warner.
I think its irritating the way football is keeping track of everything lately. Baseball is F*cknuts over it, and now they're trying to make football the same way. and all this 'fantasy football' shit? You have to wait a half hour to find out the scores because they have to report which fantasy player is doing what. They should dedicate one channel for that, like ESPN2, and let us normal folks know what the hell is going on with Real football games.

“Take It To The Limit”

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#20 Oct 13, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
All I can say is WOW!
What happened to Tom Terrific and the Patriots?
How about Cincinnati and Indianapolis?
Did they show up to play this Sunday or what?
But the Broncos still look like they're going all the way.
Peyton can get his team scoring so fast it's amazing.
As far as Russel Wilson, the only reason he comes up short with the pundits is his height. They have that worn out old rule about tall quarterbacks.
Do you remember Doug Flutie?
Doug Flutie. He was what? 5'8". Boy could play.
Watched NFL AM, and one of the guys was sayibng that Russ was 'running for his life', and showed why. Carpenter had a bad day, and a rookie, the pundit didn't Even Know his name, missed a block. The announcer didn't mention that the rookie was filling in for an injured veteran. I'm not going to make excuses for the bad play of the 'Hawks. They're too good for excuses. Let them make excuses for tony romo. He needs an entire Ad agency working 24/7 to make enough excuses for him.
I wonder how they think they can get away with lies like they try to. On the same program, in the same bit, the announcer said that dandy andy 'got to fifteen wins faster than any QB in history'.
Huh. He won ten last year, missing one of the games fue to injury, and has only won four so far this year. Wilson won twelve last year, including the playoffs, and has four this year.
For the record, when Pete started wilson over Matt Flynn, I was Pissed. I think the 'Hawks could have won their first five games last year with Flynn calling the shots. Especially when Russel waas throwing those dead ducks at receivers and they were literally bouncing off their hands because there was no spin on the ball. I played runningback in school, and when a pass came your way, you expected the spin to roll the ball into your hands. I doubt that that much has changed in football in the forty years since I hung up my cleats. So I didn't like Wilson until week eleven, I think it was, when they played Minnesota and won despite Peterson's heroics. Then the big win in Chicago, I joined the bandwagon (jumped on?)
Because of the poor play by the Pats, they all think that they're going to lose this week. I don't think so. Kap has a big game with the Cards, and he might want to be careful there. Patrick Peterson is dangerous, and the whole 'D' is under-rated.Green Bay and Cincy are going to win, and Miami might bite the bullet, or go down in a hail of bullets.
Who's KC playing?
Cisco Kid

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#21 Oct 14, 2013
Rudyard Kiplingesque wrote:
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Who's KC playing?
Well the Raiders showed up at Arrowhead Stadium.
That's about all I can say about that.

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