The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

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Postby 3Peatkb24 » Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:59 am

The greatness of Andrew Luck, analysts on ESPN and the NFL Channel say Colts are a 3-13 team without him, 9-7 with him. 6 game difference because of 1 player. 9-7 possibly even gets you in the Playoffs.
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Wed Sep 20, 2017 1:03 pm

Andrew Luck may not play all season, you heard it here first. We are saving him for 2018 and that also allows our new GM (Ballard) to build through the Draft another year. New Coach is coming too (I hope Harbaugh or Gruden). Andrew will be 100% next season so I am ok with tanking this season. It's all good. Put a team around Andrew and we win SB's. I still have faith in Luck once he gets healthy, he went 11-5 his first 3 years and made an AFC Title Game. As Kenny would say Patience!
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:59 pm

Derek Carr out at least 4 games, fractured bone in back, Raiders are screwed. Man he cant stay healthy. KC will probably win that Division. I hope when Andrew comes back for Indy he is 100%. His first 3 seasons were HOFame material (fun to watch) with 3 Playoff wins, a Final 4 appearance + 3 11 win seasons. I don't mind Indy being cautious with Luck at all because I think the Texans win our Division anyway this season (patience for me and health for next season). Mariota for Tennessee may be out for a while too, hamstring injury. KC is the best team in the league right now but watch Alex Smith fuck it up when the Playoffs roll around :roflmao:
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby lakerevolution » Tue Oct 03, 2017 7:54 am

Yeah weird injury to Carr . . so much for his "Carr Insurance", the highest-paid O-line in the game. Marshawn can't get 50 yards, receivers dropping balls, our defense giving up 25+ points a game, it's all bad. We probably couldn't even beat the Colts now :waaaaa:
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Tue Oct 03, 2017 5:05 pm

lakerevolution wrote:Yeah weird injury to Carr . . so much for his "Carr Insurance", the highest-paid O-line in the game. Marshawn can't get 50 yards, receivers dropping balls, our defense giving up 25+ points a game, it's all bad. We probably couldn't even beat the Colts now :waaaaa:


:roflmao: I had to really laugh at that, I think you would beat us! I wish I could give you 10 thumbs up for that comment.

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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 3:25 pm

Kenny you owe me a Half Gallon of Crown, my Colts beat ur 49ers without Luck even. I am just messing with you.
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 5:59 pm

Mike Pence leaves after 4 players kneel for the anthem before the Colts game. This headline is the most popular. Who gives a rats ass, that his right as Vice President and I would too. Just because some think it is ok to kneel they get butt hurt if someone disagree's with them. It works both ways quit crying! It is my right to say quit doing it and most people agree with me regarding this issue and so does the President and Vice President. Protest in a different way! Andrew Luck didn't kneel either.
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:52 pm

If any of you would kneel before the flag I would be very disappointed in you, Kenny said in a Post he wouldn't even do it. If you do it I would still love you but be very disappointed because that is the wrong way to go about it!
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:22 pm

I guess I seen where Kobe said he would kneel, very disappointed in that. He has 3 girls and that is not the right way to teach them. You cant disrespect the flag, I don't care who you are. This is absolutely stupid IMO. I am at the point where I might quit watching Basketball now. That really disappointed me. Freedom of speech yes I agree, equality I agree, kneeling for a flag that is our country = NOOO, and I am 100% right about this and most agree with me.
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby lakerevolution » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:21 pm

3Peatkb24 wrote:Mike Pence leaves after 4 players kneel for the anthem before the Colts game. This headline is the most popular. Who gives a rats ass, that his right as Vice President and I would too. Just because some think it is ok to kneel they get butt hurt if someone disagree's with them. It works both ways quit crying! It is my right to say quit doing it and most people agree with me regarding this issue and so does the President and Vice President. Protest in a different way! Andrew Luck didn't kneel either.


Mike Pence PROTESTED, just like Colin Kaepernick, which is his right - but it doesn't make him any better than anyone else. Then he took to Twitter under orders from the septuaginarian child lpmua6 to voice his protest. All pre-planned as a publicity stunt, unlike Colin Kaepernick's real protest of police walking free after killing and mass-incarcerating minorities. It's bigger than football, 3peat. All these black men entertain us, but we can't give them room to be human beings and express their solidarity and desire for social change? The football games are not suffering, the games are still being played, I don't get where the white hot rage is coming from. Burn a cross, burn a flag. The legacy of basketball? terrorism is finally coming back to bite America in its ass and some folks don't want to pay that bill -- primarily Pence and his kind. I'm surprised at Kobe's little blurb, honestly, because in the black community he's not really accepted as a "real one". Guess he's trying to sell something. Sports and politics are serious bedfellows, and if you applaud Cassius Clay and Lew Alcindor but shake your fist at Colin Kaepernick, you just might be missing the point.
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:17 am

lakerevolution wrote:
3Peatkb24 wrote:Mike Pence leaves after 4 players kneel for the anthem before the Colts game. This headline is the most popular. Who gives a rats ass, that his right as Vice President and I would too. Just because some think it is ok to kneel they get butt hurt if someone disagree's with them. It works both ways quit crying! It is my right to say quit doing it and most people agree with me regarding this issue and so does the President and Vice President. Protest in a different way! Andrew Luck didn't kneel either.


Mike Pence PROTESTED, just like Colin Kaepernick, which is his right - but it doesn't make him any better than anyone else. Then he took to Twitter under orders from the septuaginarian child lpmua6 to voice his protest. All pre-planned as a publicity stunt, unlike Colin Kaepernick's real protest of police walking free after killing and mass-incarcerating minorities. It's bigger than football, 3peat. All these black men entertain us, but we can't give them room to be human beings and express their solidarity and desire for social change? The football games are not suffering, the games are still being played, I don't get where the white hot rage is coming from. Burn a cross, burn a flag. The legacy of basketball? terrorism is finally coming back to bite America in its ass and some folks don't want to pay that bill -- primarily Pence and his kind. I'm surprised at Kobe's little blurb, honestly, because in the black community he's not really accepted as a "real one". Guess he's trying to sell something. Sports and politics are serious bedfellows, and if you applaud Cassius Clay and Lew Alcindor but shake your fist at Colin Kaepernick, you just might be missing the point.


I love you like a brother and have known you for now what 8 years. Never met you in person but would take a bullet for you. Kneeling before the flag is just wrong and I think people are tired of it including the President and Vice President. It really isn't a matter of free speech, it is about respect for this country. People should protest in a different way, not kneeling in front of a flag that represents our country. To me if this is an equality protest than disrespecting the country flag is not the way to go about it? I mean really. I know you don't really like that.
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:34 am

What is wrong with the Raiders? They are 2-4, I thought they would be Good this season. Colts are 2-3 without Luck.
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby lakerevolution » Mon Oct 16, 2017 3:46 pm

The Raiders need new offensive and defensive coordinators. They look like a damn JV team out there.

Meanwhile the loss of Aaron Rodgers sucks for the NFL. He didn't have to be sacked that violently. Sucks.
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Mon Oct 16, 2017 10:56 pm

lakerevolution wrote:The Raiders need new offensive and defensive coordinators. They look like a damn JV team out there.

Meanwhile the loss of Aaron Rodgers sucks for the NFL. He didn't have to be sacked that violently. Sucks.


Losing Rodgers sucks ass, Pack is done, my Colts are also now 2-4 but expected without Andrew.
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Re: The NFL - Are you ready for some football?

Postby 3Peatkb24 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 5:42 pm

Raiders up 7-3 over Chiefs. This is a huge game for the Raiders.
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