Sam reminds me of Jamal Reynolds.
I agree. Big, big game for them...and us. If we want to think of ourselves as Superbowl material, this is where we've got to show up big time. I sure
Colledge awards and a dollar will get you a cup of coffee. Some guys don't translate well to the NFL, and he seems to be one of them. Do you really think
What makes you think Rodgers is pro bowl worthy?
Cool aide drinkers!
You people probably think Nelson is worthy too. Maybe even Sitton!
That clears it up...I guess. Still strange Rodgers isn't on the front page.
If you scroll down the NFL.com page, you'll see the part that Maxie is talking about. But if you click on it it takes you to the overall sheet to vote.
I'm a bit confused by your post here. I see every starting QB on the ballot. http://www.nfl.com/probowl/ballot?ic...e-PB_Ballot_V1
This is great. Sunday night, prime time national game. Someone's gonna come up to Rodgers and ask "gee Aaron, I saw you didn't make the Pro Bowl
No worries. Rodgers will be too busy to be bothered with that exhibition game anyway.
The Official 2015 Pro Bowl Ballot which appears on the home page of NFL.com has 6 QB's listed, none of whom is Aaron Rodgers.
What's up with
Certainly can't rule out the possibility though, that the Saints came out flat at home against teams they expected to beat. Those two games were sandwiched
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Change in tune RT @RichCimini Ryan on Calvin Pryor: "He hasn't had the impact necessarily that all
We'll see. 3irty1 has a point about this year. So far at home the Saints beat the Vikings (no Peterson and Casswater at QB) 20-7. Then they nearly lost
That might be. But the way the Packers have been snapping the ball, it makes a difference. If the O sticks with a predictable count by the center on silent
I agree the primary difference is ball skills. But yeah, hyperbole....
lol, sweeping declaration right there. C'mon man, 100 times? He is slightly better if that.
I don't think so Re:Sam... He lacks ideal size, underperformed at the combine. Compare to Jackson Jeffcoat. Jeffcoat was arguably better in college and
Agree; NO is near unbeatable at home. It will take a great effort by Dom and the defense to help keep us in this one. They were both tremendous last
Refs really got involved in this game. Took away a red zone INT by he Chargers on an extremely flimsy PI call and arguably cost the Chargers 10 points
I thought I heard their pass rush is nothing to write home about.