Football Open Thread


The Giants (@ Redskins) and Jets (vs. Cowboys) are playing later today (4pm and 8pm ET, respectively), but use this thread to talk about all the day’s football action.

Categories : Asides, Not Baseball


  1. Tyrion Lannister says:

    The Green Bay Packers are the team to beat and it’s not even close. Best QB, best receivers, top defense. Ted Thompson has constructed a team that has more depth than any other team and that was displayed last season. The Packers won’t be stopped by any defense in the league.

  2. Craig says:

    Eagles are overrated. Under/over with games til a Vick injury?

  3. Karl Krawfid says:

    Just got back from seeing the first 2 games in Anaheim.

    Yankees only scored 1 run :(

  4. SDM says:

    Good to see the Bears o-line is in midseason form….Cutler been sacked 3 times and the 2nd quarter isn’t even half over

  5. Cy Pettitte says:

    Lestah gave up 3 runs already in the 1st, TB really making this interesting.

  6. Brian S. says:

    I took Chris Johnson with the second overall pick in my fantasy draft and he has zero points. I see he got his money and now he does not give a shit. What a douchebag.

    • LiterallyFigurative says:

      You forgot something VERY important.

      His team is horrible, noone fears the passing game, and his O-line is blah. Short of him going Barry Sanders, he’s going to struggle.

  7. Mike Axisa says:

    Wow, the Colts are going to be awful this year.

    • Pat D says:

      Their strategy: be awful so that they can draft Peyton’s successor in April.

      Worked wonders for the Spurs when David Robinson missed that one entire year.

  8. Pat D says:

    Giants need to find a 3rd dependable receiver pretty fucking quick.

    • Adam B says:

      and a new coaching staff, they have the same problems every year and every game and they never adjust. WR’s and Tight ends wide open in the middle of the field, special teams that couldn’t qualify for the special olympics, they call off tackle on 2 straight short yardage situations, it never ends.

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