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Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: January 25, 2022 18:32

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Buffalo coach and defensive coordinator should be fired for playing prevent defense on that 13 second drive. Inexcusable that no one was covering Kelce tight on that pass and the whole middle of the field was open when Kelce caught that pass.Worst coaching in nfl playoff history.Brady should be pissed at Todd Bowles and Arians for dialing up a blitz and leaving Kupp, the best receiver in football one on one with a safety.Brady"s great comeback was wasted.


Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: Taylor1 ()
Date: January 25, 2022 19:46

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Buffalo coach and defensive coordinator should be fired for playing prevent defense on that 13 second drive. Inexcusable that no one was covering Kelce tight on that pass and the whole middle of the field was open when Kelce caught that pass.Worst coaching in nfl playoff history.Brady should be pissed at Todd Bowles and Arians for dialing up a blitz and leaving Kupp, the best receiver in football one on one with a safety.Brady"s great comeback was wasted.

You are right!!

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: January 25, 2022 22:02

Saints need a new coach too now.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: January 25, 2022 22:29

People think Dennis Allen is gonna become the new Saints coach. I don't see that but whatever. A lot of changes happening in the NFL right now, last year through this coming season, with retirements and trades.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: Taylor1 ()
Date: January 25, 2022 23:21

Giants should go for Payton. But he might not want a rebuild even though Giants job was one he always wanted. Dallas or Denver if Rogers goes there make more sense. Don't know what the Saints would want, but he has some leverage.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: January 26, 2022 00:05

Payton gonna go the David Byrne route and be a talking head for a year. Look for him to resurface in Dallas in 2023 when McCarthy blows it again in 2022.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: January 26, 2022 09:03

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Giants should go for Payton. But he might not want a rebuild even though Giants job was one he always wanted. Dallas or Denver if Rogers goes there make more sense. Don't know what the Saints would want, but he has some leverage.

Coach Payton is still under a contract for 3 years.

He's not coaching anywhere for a while. Why would he go to the Giants to rebuild when he's just left a team with a ton of potential? Anyone going to the Giants is just collecting a living. They're ridiculous.

Just like the Jets.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: crholmstrom ()
Date: January 26, 2022 10:17

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Giants should go for Payton. But he might not want a rebuild even though Giants job was one he always wanted. Dallas or Denver if Rogers goes there make more sense. Don't know what the Saints would want, but he has some leverage.

Coach Payton is still under a contract for 3 years.

He's not coaching anywhere for a while. Why would he go to the Giants to rebuild when he's just left a team with a ton of potential? Anyone going to the Giants is just collecting a living. They're ridiculous.

Just like the Jets.

Sorry to say this GasLightStreet but it looks like your Saints are in for at least a few lean years. The Seahawks could be too if Princess leaves. On the bright side for you is if Brady rides off into the sunset the NFC South could be wide open. The Hawks have to deal with the NFC West which is arguably still the best division in the NFL. 2 West teams in the conference final makes a case for that statement. I think last Sunday's BUF/KC game was the Super Bowl & no one is going to beat KC this year (sorry @daspyknows). Now watch CIN win this week haha. A CIN/SF Super Bowl is the game I'm hoping for. Sunday should be good.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: January 26, 2022 16:50

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.


One sec would of ran off. That’s all. It would of been downed and no time other than one second

Not necessarily. Had the Bills squibbed kicked it inside the 20, the Chiefs would almost have to field it or risk getting stuck inside the 15 yard line.

That being said, if the Bills let Kelce run instead of tackling him in the middle of the field the clock runs out.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: January 26, 2022 17:16

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.

The best team won. What KC did was more spectacular than Buffalo. The beauty of sudden death is it requires the best of the best. Buffalo is still missing that one little bit to get it done. A rabid ridiculous fan base isn't enough.

Josh Allen won that game and handed it to the defense to close it, which they should have. Yeah, the Bills were missing their All-Pro cornerback who would have made a big difference. Coaching lost this game for the Bills. The head coach, defensive coordinator, and special teams did it. Stupid formations by dumb coaches put their players out of position. They lack a dominant pass rusher and/or stud linebacker, but they had enough to win the game and coaching took it away from them.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: crholmstrom ()
Date: January 26, 2022 17:23

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.

The best team won. What KC did was more spectacular than Buffalo. The beauty of sudden death is it requires the best of the best. Buffalo is still missing that one little bit to get it done. A rabid ridiculous fan base isn't enough.

Josh Allen won that game and handed it to the defense to close it, which they should have. Yeah, the Bills were missing their All-Pro cornerback who would have made a big difference. Coaching lost this game for the Bills. The head coach, defensive coordinator, and special teams did it. Stupid formations by dumb coaches put their players out of position. They lack a dominant pass rusher and/or stud linebacker, but they had enough to win the game and coaching took it away from them.

End result: Bills are losers. Still. I kid, I kid! Getting your adrenalin up, is good for you! smileys with beer

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: January 26, 2022 18:34

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.

The best team won. What KC did was more spectacular than Buffalo. The beauty of sudden death is it requires the best of the best. Buffalo is still missing that one little bit to get it done. A rabid ridiculous fan base isn't enough.

Josh Allen won that game and handed it to the defense to close it, which they should have. Yeah, the Bills were missing their All-Pro cornerback who would have made a big difference. Coaching lost this game for the Bills. The head coach, defensive coordinator, and special teams did it. Stupid formations by dumb coaches put their players out of position. They lack a dominant pass rusher and/or stud linebacker, but they had enough to win the game and coaching took it away from them.

End result: Bills are losers. Still. I kid, I kid! Getting your adrenalin up, is good for you! smileys with beer

You're right, they are losers. Josh Allen and the offense did what they had to do to win and the boneheaded coaching staff put them in position to lose.

I think over the years the Bills gaffs have written the script for every team in the league on what NOT TO DO to in critical games. The Sabres too. Both teams have a losing stigma which manifests itself at times in the worst possible way.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: crholmstrom ()
Date: January 26, 2022 18:38

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.

The best team won. What KC did was more spectacular than Buffalo. The beauty of sudden death is it requires the best of the best. Buffalo is still missing that one little bit to get it done. A rabid ridiculous fan base isn't enough.

Josh Allen won that game and handed it to the defense to close it, which they should have. Yeah, the Bills were missing their All-Pro cornerback who would have made a big difference. Coaching lost this game for the Bills. The head coach, defensive coordinator, and special teams did it. Stupid formations by dumb coaches put their players out of position. They lack a dominant pass rusher and/or stud linebacker, but they had enough to win the game and coaching took it away from them.

End result: Bills are losers. Still. I kid, I kid! Getting your adrenalin up, is good for you! smileys with beer

You're right, they are losers. Josh Allen and the offense did what they had to do to win and the boneheaded coaching staff put them in position to lose.

I think over the years the Bills gaffs have written the script for every team in the league on what NOT TO DO to in critical games. The Sabres too. Both teams have a losing stigma which manifests itself at times in the worst possible way.

I feel your pain. My baseball team is the Seattle Mariners. sad smiley

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: More Hot Rocks ()
Date: January 26, 2022 23:10

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.


One sec would of ran off. That’s all. It would of been downed and no time other than one second

Not necessarily. Had the Bills squibbed kicked it inside the 20, the Chiefs would almost have to field it or risk getting stuck inside the 15 yard line.

That being said, if the Bills let Kelce run instead of tackling him in the middle of the field the clock runs out.

That’s why I said only a second would of run off no more than that Even on a squib kick the clock doesn’t start until the ball is touched. I guess you’re one of those crying WGR 55 callers than know everything

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: January 27, 2022 03:34

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Giants should go for Payton. But he might not want a rebuild even though Giants job was one he always wanted. Dallas or Denver if Rogers goes there make more sense. Don't know what the Saints would want, but he has some leverage.

Coach Payton is still under a contract for 3 years.

He's not coaching anywhere for a while. Why would he go to the Giants to rebuild when he's just left a team with a ton of potential? Anyone going to the Giants is just collecting a living. They're ridiculous.

Just like the Jets.

Sorry to say this GasLightStreet but it looks like your Saints are in for at least a few lean years. The Seahawks could be too if Princess leaves. On the bright side for you is if Brady rides off into the sunset the NFC South could be wide open. The Hawks have to deal with the NFC West which is arguably still the best division in the NFL. 2 West teams in the conference final makes a case for that statement. I think last Sunday's BUF/KC game was the Super Bowl & no one is going to beat KC this year (sorry @daspyknows). Now watch CIN win this week haha. A CIN/SF Super Bowl is the game I'm hoping for. Sunday should be good.

Certainly seems that way. But way too early to tell. If they re-sign Winston and not go for some hag QB that has more baggage than a full 767... and get at least one more WR - and yes, Brady retiring would open it up... Cantlanta is, ha ha, Cantlanta. Falcants are gonna Falcant.

Coach is still under contract through the 2024 season - that's 3 more years! It would be difficult for him to - why would he go coach somewhere else? So many people say Chicago or Dallas - both are disasters and one would think he's thinking, Hell no.

He needs a break. The 2021 season was nuts for the Saints.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: January 27, 2022 04:26

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Giants should go for Payton. But he might not want a rebuild even though Giants job was one he always wanted. Dallas or Denver if Rogers goes there make more sense. Don't know what the Saints would want, but he has some leverage.

Coach Payton is still under a contract for 3 years.

He's not coaching anywhere for a while. Why would he go to the Giants to rebuild when he's just left a team with a ton of potential? Anyone going to the Giants is just collecting a living. They're ridiculous.

Just like the Jets.

Sorry to say this GasLightStreet but it looks like your Saints are in for at least a few lean years. The Seahawks could be too if Princess leaves. On the bright side for you is if Brady rides off into the sunset the NFC South could be wide open. The Hawks have to deal with the NFC West which is arguably still the best division in the NFL. 2 West teams in the conference final makes a case for that statement. I think last Sunday's BUF/KC game was the Super Bowl & no one is going to beat KC this year (sorry @daspyknows). Now watch CIN win this week haha. A CIN/SF Super Bowl is the game I'm hoping for. Sunday should be good.

Certainly seems that way. But way too early to tell. If they re-sign Winston and not go for some hag QB that has more baggage than a full 767... and get at least one more WR - and yes, Brady retiring would open it up... Cantlanta is, ha ha, Cantlanta. Falcants are gonna Falcant.

Coach is still under contract through the 2024 season - that's 3 more years! It would be difficult for him to - why would he go coach somewhere else? So many people say Chicago or Dallas - both are disasters and one would think he's thinking, Hell no.

He needs a break. The 2021 season was nuts for the Saints.

I would watch for Dallas in 2023 in exchange for some draft capital. If Payton wants to coach Saints will have a choice like GB did with Favre. Unless the new coach is a Rich Kotite/Jim Tomsila/Urban Meyer type of coach they will have a decision. At that point a first rounder would seem more than fair. Luckily the NFC south is a weaker division especially if Brady retires and TB has a talent drain.

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: January 27, 2022 04:41

Oh indeed. There's a lot of chatter going on about 3 years from now based on IF. Because everyone knows coach says A and % happens. But he said some things that resonate with fans that is understandable regarding why he's stepping out.

It'll probably save his life in regards to getting older.

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: January 27, 2022 06:08

I agree in regards to savings his life and retiring early. I did the same thing. The Saints are for all intensive purposes in a rebuild phase and it is easier to retire than to lose a lot and get fired.

I look at Dick Vermeil and John Gruden as two who walked away but came back versus Bill Cowher and Tony Dungy who have stuck to TV after leaving coaching. My point is come next December if Payton wants back in and Dallas has an opening after McCarthy blows it again, a trade will be made and he will be coaching the Cowboys. It almost happened in 2019. If the Saints can get a 1st round pick for a retired coach that's one hell of a deal.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: January 27, 2022 21:57

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.


One sec would of ran off. That’s all. It would of been downed and no time other than one second

Not necessarily. Had the Bills squibbed kicked it inside the 20, the Chiefs would almost have to field it or risk getting stuck inside the 15 yard line.

That being said, if the Bills let Kelce run instead of tackling him in the middle of the field the clock runs out.

That’s why I said only a second would of run off no more than that Even on a squib kick the clock doesn’t start until the ball is touched. I guess you’re one of those crying WGR 55 callers than know everything

A ball kicked into the field of play is a LIVE ball genius. That player has to be touched. No I don't call WGR, maybe you do.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: January 27, 2022 22:45

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.


One sec would of ran off. That’s all. It would of been downed and no time other than one second

Not necessarily. Had the Bills squibbed kicked it inside the 20, the Chiefs would almost have to field it or risk getting stuck inside the 15 yard line.

That being said, if the Bills let Kelce run instead of tackling him in the middle of the field the clock runs out.

That’s why I said only a second would of run off no more than that Even on a squib kick the clock doesn’t start until the ball is touched. I guess you’re one of those crying WGR 55 callers than know everything

A ball kicked into the field of play is a LIVE ball genius. That player has to be touched. No I don't call WGR, maybe you do.

If the guy taking the kickoff immediately takes a knee, only a second or two will run off the clock. Buffalo should have squib kicked it but it would not have run out the clock.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: January 27, 2022 23:14

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.


One sec would of ran off. That’s all. It would of been downed and no time other than one second

Not necessarily. Had the Bills squibbed kicked it inside the 20, the Chiefs would almost have to field it or risk getting stuck inside the 15 yard line.

That being said, if the Bills let Kelce run instead of tackling him in the middle of the field the clock runs out.

That’s why I said only a second would of run off no more than that Even on a squib kick the clock doesn’t start until the ball is touched. I guess you’re one of those crying WGR 55 callers than know everything

A ball kicked into the field of play is a LIVE ball genius. That player has to be touched. No I don't call WGR, maybe you do.

If the guy taking the kickoff immediately takes a knee, only a second or two will run off the clock. Buffalo should have squib kicked it but it would not have run out the clock.

Everybody knows that. But the object is to get the ball inside the 20. The major mistake was tackling Kelce, he caught the ball and ran to the middle of the field where he was brought down with 4 seconds left. Let him run then surround him and the clock runs out.

Re: OT - NFL Football Playoffs - 2022
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: January 28, 2022 00:12

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The best team lost in KC. The Bills should have squibbed kicked the ball down the field with 13 seconds left to run some seconds off the clock. The Bills defense was gassed. No overtime possession was a shame.


One sec would of ran off. That’s all. It would of been downed and no time other than one second

Not necessarily. Had the Bills squibbed kicked it inside the 20, the Chiefs would almost have to field it or risk getting stuck inside the 15 yard line.

That being said, if the Bills let Kelce run instead of tackling him in the middle of the field the clock runs out.

That’s why I said only a second would of run off no more than that Even on a squib kick the clock doesn’t start until the ball is touched. I guess you’re one of those crying WGR 55 callers than know everything

A ball kicked into the field of play is a LIVE ball genius. That player has to be touched. No I don't call WGR, maybe you do.

If the guy taking the kickoff immediately takes a knee, only a second or two will run off the clock. Buffalo should have squib kicked it but it would not have run out the clock.

Everybody knows that. But the object is to get the ball inside the 20. The major mistake was tackling Kelce, he caught the ball and ran to the middle of the field where he was brought down with 4 seconds left. Let him run then surround him and the clock runs out.

You are assuming Kelce didn't know the rules. He would have taken a knee before the clock ran out like Prescott should have done but didn't. Letting him catch the ball was the mistake.

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: January 28, 2022 16:32

Kelce was running for the goal line he wasn't thinking about taking a knee. Unfortunately, the Bills tackled him instead of letting him run some more. The game would have ended.

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: January 29, 2022 06:09

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Kelce was running for the goal line he wasn't thinking about taking a knee. Unfortunately, the Bills tackled him instead of letting him run some more. The game would have ended.

Yep. But. The Bills coach screwed up. He said so. So no amount of excuses for what could've happened changes a thing. The Saints No NOLA Call - pisses me off to no end; bobblehead Goodhell saw to it that the Saints got crap calls on them. Way more than once.

Yet the Saints still had plenty of time to win that game.

They didn't.

Just like the Bills didn't. You can stop now. Maybe it's just a Bills curse - bound for being bound for greatness only, never achieving it. Who knows. Maybe in the 2023 playoffs they'll do better. It would be fantastic to see them win a Supe.

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: Javadave ()
Date: January 29, 2022 06:56

[www.npr.org]

Looks like the Washington Football Team has a new name. “Cowboys/Commanders” just doesn’t have the same ring to it.

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: Mr. Jimi ()
Date: January 29, 2022 21:54

Tom Brady retired.

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: Sighunt ()
Date: January 29, 2022 23:22

The end of an era...


Tom Brady to reportedly retire after 22 NFL seasons filled with comebacks, records and 7 Super Bowl titles

[www.yahoo.com]

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: crholmstrom ()
Date: January 30, 2022 00:57

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The end of an era...


Tom Brady to reportedly retire after 22 NFL seasons filled with comebacks, records and 7 Super Bowl titles

[www.yahoo.com]

That's probably the end for Gronk, too. Certainly a Hall of Fame tight end. I thought Gronk should've gotten serious consideration for Super Bowl MVP last year. A tight end who blocks unlike say Jimmy Graham.

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: January 30, 2022 01:29

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[www.npr.org]

Looks like the Washington Football Team has a new name. “Cowboys/Commanders” just doesn’t have the same ring to it.

Should be Commandos. The WFT plays their game commando.

Re: OT: NFL 2021/2022
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: January 30, 2022 05:30

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Tom Brady retired.

No he didn't.

Why did you post fake news?

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