butthurt about what? ..we're still reigning champs, and we suck this year...nothing to be butthurt about...I've still been to 3 training camp sessions and 2 live games this year, while you're still finding a way to make last year's playoffs relevant today...like I said...sad.Pretty sad yall get this butt hurt after I post. Lol
exactly my point...the Birds got trashed...yesterday...and the very first comment regarding the game, mentioned LAST YEAR'S trash talk.Saints is the Leader in their Division. Who cares what happen in 2017 and the last Super bowl. We haven’t finished the regular football season as of yet. The Saints is guarantee a playoff spot.
Im just happy seattle avoided going back to a losing record. I had to work during the game so i didnt get to watch but was listening on the radio and man sounds like it wouldve been a great game to watchCousins played lights out, and kept GB off the field. What a good game 24-17 knew it would be close.
And GB couldn’t do a damn thing when they had the ball. Typical GB this year. Couple good drives to start the game then absolute garbage. All I want for Christmas is a new coaching staff.Cousins played lights out, and kept GB off the field. What a good game 24-17 knew it would be close.
They wasted no time with that. I’m surprised they didn’t let him finish out the year, and shocked they didn’t at least wait until tomorrow.Packers Fire McCarthy
Yeah i was pretty surprised he would get canned after what, 13 seasons? I mean yeah its been a bad year and theyve had a hard time the last few years so i get it. Crazy how little room there is for mediocrity for a coach in the nfl. I wouldnt want to do it for a living. Your job is never secure unless your playing for or winning championshios regularly.They wasted no time with that. I’m surprised they didn’t let him finish out the year, and shocked they didn’t at least wait until tomorrow.
That said, he had to go after sinday’s loss. Losing to a 2-9 team at home? Inexcusable. That’s kinda game they normally win 45-10. Especially this time of year with their backs against the wall. I had a lot of frustrations with McCarthy, but usually when you put the screws to him his teams stepped up. I didn’t get to watch the game but every account I’ve heard made it sound like it was pretty apparent the team had checked out. Bold move firing him now, but I absolutely believe a message had to be sent. You can’t call it “titletown” and accept mediocrity.
Key now is getting the next move right: finding the right next head coach.
Man, NO fans are going to be pissed when they find out the Saints shipped Brees to LA.Saints release WR Brandon Marshall
Wentz probable with Back Injury
The 11-2 Chiefs, who lead the NFL in scoring with more than 36 points per game, will be without wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who has a foot injury. Starting running back Spencer Ware (shoulder, hamstring) and left guard Cam Erving (knee) also might not play.
Pittsburgh's James Conner probable for Steelers vs Pats on Sunday afternoon game.
LA Chargers @ Cheifs
This game can go either way as both teams are playing well. I give the edge to KC at home, but do not be surprised if Brees and the Chargers can pull an upset. Chargers are short at RB, and Watkins is out for KC
My Guess: KC 35-24
Los Angeles Chargers
Melvin Gordon, RBQuestionable
Austin Ekeler, RBOut
Sean Culkin, TEOut
Trevor Williams, CBOut
Brandon Mebane, NTDoubtful
Kansas City Chiefs
Spencer Ware, RBDoubtful
Sammy Watkins, WROut
Eric Berry, SQuestionable
Cameron Erving, OTDoubtful
Tyreek Hill, WRQuestionable
When it comes to Seattle playing in December.. NEVER Rule them out, especailly at home. They have one of the best records before the playoffs. Russell and the team pulled through as I expected it to be close.Dang Seattle vs KC was an awesome game. Got a little stressful for me though as it was getting close to the end lol
Welp you where wrong on NO. I would have liked to see them finish 14-2, but they sat everyone early and Teddy Bridgewater couldnt move the offense. Interesting note though. In 2009 the Saints finished 13-3 with losses to Dallas, Tampa, and Carolina. Now, if only Green Bay and Arizona where the wild card teams that would be super freaky.Week 17
Miami @ Buffalo: Buffalo has struggled, and Miami is 1-6 on the road. This could go either way. 24-17 Dolphins.
Detroit @ GB: I see Rodgers ending the season on a high note in front of his home town fans. 28-14 Packers
NY @ NE: Brady will be too much for the Jets who have struggled all year. 35-14 Pats
Carolina @ NO: Brees and company will finish off the season 14-2 and getting ready or a bye week in the playoffs. 38-14 Saints
Dallas @ NY: The giants can have hope if they keep Dak and Zeke off the field. With OBJ Out for the giants it will be a daunting task. 28-17 Cowboys
ATL @ TB: There could be fireworks here. Expect Julio Jones to have a good game. 35-21 Falcons
JAX @ Houston: Houston has already secured their playoff berth, and they will keep rolling over JAX. 27-10 Texans
LA @ Denver: Rivers gets back on track vs a struggling Denver team. 27-10 Chargers
Oakland @ KC: Mahomes will end the season and add extra Yards/TD's to try and seal the MVP. 38-17 Chiefs.
SF @ LA: Rams will be too strong on the ground and through the air. SF will have a hard time stopping the pass rush. 24-10 Rams
Chicago @ Minn: Minnesota needs either a victory or an Eagles loss to ensure a playoff spot. Bears 17-10
Cincy @ Pitt: Pitt needs a W and the browns to beat the Ravens to get into the playoffs. Cincy has not looked good the second half of the year. 31-13 Steelers
Arizona @ Seattle: Seattle is too good at home in December. 34-10 Seattle
Cleveland @ Baltimore: Do not be surprised if Baker pulls an upset. Could the browns get a winning record? They face a very good defense and Lamar Jackson playing well. 13-10 Browns
Indy @ Tenn: -- Winner gets in for the playoffs. Luck continues to play hot and leads the Colts in a close one. 24-21 Colts
They also gave up 33 points to a Panthers team that was about 50/50 1st stringers and reserves. A little more than just Bridgewater to blame for this loss id say.Welp you where wrong on NO. I would have liked to see them finish 14-2, but they sat everyone early and Teddy Bridgewater couldnt move the offense. Interesting note though. In 2009 the Saints finished 13-3 with losses to Dallas, Tampa, and Carolina. Now, if only Green Bay and Arizona where the wild card teams that would be super freaky.
2nd string offense and a vanilla defense with 3 play calls and 1 rush mixed in. That was a practice for those guys.They also gave up 33 points to a Panthers team that was about 50/50 1st stringers and reserves. A little more than just Bridgewater to blame for this loss id say.
Yah...but thats not what I said. You blamed Bridgewater for the loss. I simply added there was more to them losing to the panthers today than Bridgewater not being able to move the ball.2nd string offense and a vanilla defense with 3 play calls and 1 rush mixed in. That was a practice for those guys.