by Zero2Cool on 11/24/2015 12:37:29 PM
That dude who has a steakhouse in town is having his number retired Thursday which puts him in the category of Tony Canadeo, Paul Hornung, Don Hutson, Bart Starr and Reggie White.

What are your five favorite memories of Brett Favre?

  1. Jumping over the squirrel in 94

  2. This play here.
    Favre, whose head bounced off the grass, sat out two plays before returning to throw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Javon Walker on fourth-and-5. After celebrating the touchdown with Walker, Favre was summoned to the sideline, where medical personnel said he displayed signs of a concussion.

  3. Running down the field after hitting Andre Rison

  4. Falcons dive for the win

  5. Throwing snowballs at the 2007 season playoff game against Seahawks. I was there!

by Zero2Cool on 11/24/2015 7:03:23 AM
You'll notice the rankings are titled "through" meaning the algorithm's being used are compounding the rankings from the Week 1 through Week 11 collectively and not a knee-jerk reaction to the previous week. When there is a tie, I then interject my infinite wisdom. Blink

  1. Arizona Cardinals
  2. New England Patriots
  3. Carolina Panthers
  4. Cincinnati Bengals
  5. Green Bay Packers
  6. Buffalo Bills
  7. Kansas City Chiefs
  8. Seattle Seahawks
  9. Atlanta Falcons
  10. Oakland Raiders
  11. New York Giants
  12. Denver Broncos
  13. Minnesota Vikings
  14. Pittsburgh Steelers
  15. New York Jets
  16. Houston Texans
  17. Indianapolis Colts
  18. Miami Dolphins
  19. Dallas Cowboys
  20. San Diego Chargers
  21. Tennessee Titans
  22. Philadelphia Eagles
  23. Chicago Bears
  24. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  25. Washington Redskins
  26. Cleveland Browns
  27. St. Louis Rams
  28. New Orleans Saints
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars
  30. Baltimore Ravens
  31. Detroit Lions
  32. San Francisco 49ers

Upset Special: Broncos over Patriots
by MintBaconDrivel on 11/23/2015 9:42:50 AM
Green Bay Packers ( 7 - 3 )
    Total Offense = 21st
    Passing Offense = 22nd
    Rushing Offense = 16th

    Total Defense = 21st
    Passing Defense = 23rd
    Rushing Defense = 22nd

    Points For = 24.9 (9th)
    Points Against = 19.8 (8th)


Chicago Bears ( 4 - 6 )
    Total Offense = 16th
    Passing Offense = 18th
    Rushing Offense = 15th

    Total Defense = 14th
    Passing Defense = 4th
    Rushing Defense = 25th

    Points For = 21.4 (21st)
    Points Against = 25.1 (22nd)

by Zero2Cool on 11/23/2015 8:40:15 AM
The Badgers played Northwestern over the weekend and were screwed over on what else, a catch that was called not a catch. This is how you prepare kids for the NFL. Screw them over on that level too.

Jazz Peavy took four steps, knee down without bobbling the ball and it was reviewed and called an incomplete pass. Badgers lose.

This whole what is a catch thing has tarnished the NFL and now NCAA too. Enough is enough. Make the rule more black/white than gray/grey.

by Zero2Cool on 11/23/2015 8:16:49 AM
Raise your hand if you've wanted to see Jeff Janis on the field, regardless if he makes a catch? The kid can run and they have to use him. Sound familiar? It should because we've been saying it for weeks if not months.

Trot his speedy ass out there and let him run deep and if he gets a step, hit him, if he doesn't then toss it up and get a 50 yard pass interference. Yards are yards either by completion or penalty.

Jeff Janis ran a 4.42 40 during the 2014 combine. Damarious Randall, who ran 4.41, says Janis is 4.3 speed. Stating the obvious here, Randall believes Janis is faster than him. Hmmm.

Janis is learning more and more with each game.
Jeff Janis said:
Speed can kill, but at this level, I started to realize this year, or halfway through last year, that it takes a little bit more than just speed. It takes technique, things like that. It's something I'm learning and getting better at.

Sam Shields, who ran a 4.3, believes Janis is a helluva player and it sounds like Janis and Rodgers need to spend some "bro-time" together to get on the same page.
Sam Shields said:
Man, Janis is a hell of a player. Speed? You can't teach that. That's something in the league you need. He's just got to keep working with 'A-Rod.' I don't know how that goes over there. It's getting that confidence with him. That's the job for him.
by Zero2Cool on 11/17/2015 2:00:32 PM

  1. Arizona Cardinals 0
  2. New England Patriots 0
  3. Green Bay Packers 0
  4. Cincinnati Bengals 0
  5. Carolina Panthers 2
  6. Buffalo Bills 0
  7. Kansas City Chiefs 5
  8. Oakland Raiders -3
  9. Atlanta Falcons 1
  10. New York Jets -2
  11. New York Giants 0
  12. Seattle Seahawks -3
  13. San Diego Chargers 2
  14. Pittsburgh Steelers 3
  15. Philadelphia Eagles 1
  16. Dallas Cowboys 5
  17. Minnesota Vikings 1
  18. Tennessee Titans -4
  19. Chicago Bears 8
  20. Denver Broncos -7
  21. Miami Dolphins 1
  22. Washington Redskins 4
  23. Cleveland Browns -3
  24. Houston Texans 1
  25. Indianapolis Colts -2
  26. St. Louis Rams -7
  27. New Orleans Saints -3
  28. Baltimore Ravens 3
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars -1
  30. San Francisco 49ers -1
  31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -1
  32. Detroit Lions 0

Upset: 31st ranked Buccaneers over the 15th ranked Eagles.
by MintBaconDrivel on 11/17/2015 6:50:38 AM
Green Bay Packers ( 6 - 3 )
    Total Offense = 21st
    Passing Offense = 22nd
    Rushing Offense = 16th

    Total Defense = 23rd
    Passing Defense = 21st
    Rushing Defense = 24th

    Points For = 24.3 (11th)
    Points Against = 20.6 (12th)


Minnesota Vikings ( 7 - 2 )
    Total Offense = 29th
    Passing Offense = 31st
    Rushing Offense = 1st

    Total Defense = 9th
    Passing Defense = 8th
    Rushing Defense = 16th

    Points For = 22.0 (22nd)
    Points Against = 17.1 (2nd)

by Zero2Cool on 11/16/2015 7:23:22 AM
Aaron Rodgers told Peter King that he desperately wants to be coached.

Mike McCarthy and staff are alleged quarterback guru's and yet look at Rodgers footwork. I'm not talking about when he's running for his life. I'm talking about when you, me, Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles see he has room to plant his foot and step into a throw and still does that annoying hop/toss garbage.

So I have to wonder aloud, if McCarthy is a great quarterback coach -- and I think he's done wonders with Rodgers -- and Rodgers desperately wants to be coached, why the hell isn't anyone coaching his footwork?

Part of Rodgers being defensive when Jason Wilde asked why he's so off target lately. Jason, it's simple, it's his damn footwork!!

This comes off to me like he's not being held accountable. How can you think everything is fine with how the team has played? Someone needs to coach our quarterback without wearing glass slippers.

Make no mistake about it, the offensive line is playing atrociously the last ~4 games and is doing Rodgers no favors. That said, there are plenty of times where Rodgers could run for positive yards and throws it awkwardly and it's a very poor pass.

Separately, maybe not being worried is part of the problem. Overconfidence is worse than no confidence.
by Zero2Cool on 11/12/2015 10:56:49 AM
Any honest competitive athlete will tell you that you target a team's weakest link. We all agree on that, right? Yes, of course, because you are smart and you know a chain is only as strong as it's weakest link.

If you know the opponent has a player with an rib injury, you're going to put a little extra oomph into that area and probably even target that area. A plethora of players have admitted this and nearly ever retired player acknowledged they did too.

The injury report the NFL mandates needs to go, or overhauled. It is not our right to know the health of a player, nor is it that of any team.

Why do we feel the need to know why a player did not practice or why they were limited? It is absolutely none of our business and serves no one any benefit whatsoever.

Solution one is to abolish it altogether. Solution two would be to list the level of participation of players who did not participate fully in practice. No reason given, just simply Player X was limited in practice. That is all that WE should be told and that is all WE should be demanding.

Proof the NFL does not care about the health of the players can be found in the fact that they still FORCE teams to produce injury reports that other teams use as weapons to further hurt players.
by Zero2Cool on 11/10/2015 10:38:58 AM
Pretty solid from top to bottom for the most part.

  1. Arizona Cardinals
  2. New England Patriots
  3. Green Bay Packers
  4. Cincinnati Bengals
  5. Oakland Raiders
  6. Buffalo Bills
  7. Carolina Panthers
  8. New York Jets
  9. Seattle Seahawks
  10. Atlanta Falcons
  11. New York Giants
  12. Kansas City Chiefs
  13. Denver Broncos
  14. Tennessee Titans
  15. San Diego Chargers
  16. Philadelphia Eagles
  17. Pittsburgh Steelers
  18. Minnesota Vikings
  19. St. Louis Rams
  20. Cleveland Browns
  21. Dallas Cowboys
  22. Miami Dolphins
  23. Indianapolis Colts
  24. New Orleans Saints
  25. Houston Texans
  26. Washington Redskins
  27. Chicago Bears
  28. Jacksonville Jaguars
  29. San Francisco 49ers
  30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  31. Baltimore Ravens
  32. Detroit Lions

Last Thursday I told my dad I was rolling with Titans as my upset since Manziel starting blew up my Browns upset. Sunday morning, I wimped out and took Buccaneers for an upset. Two points I missed out on there. I'm sure Gilly will get silly laugh outta that.

If you're looking for an upset this week, go with Bears over Rams. I also wouldn't be surprised to see the Giants over Patriots this weekend.
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