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  • #1
    TL; DR

    Cat picture instead:



    Turtle better?



    KC Fans:



    My take on the game:



    Okay, enough funny, going to go read it now just so you can get all your clicks and ad revenue.

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    • #2
      Dang it Rev, I'm not going to get that song out of my head now.

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      • #3
        I like how your picks have just been crap and you keep telling people how crappy they are and even suggest you should be ignored, but keep putting them. lol.

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        • #4
          Look at you, getting a That's Good Broncos link on Facebook - you're going to triple that ad revenue!

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          • #5
            How dare you make us click a link to your site. This is absurd!! I am so enthralled I signed up just for this and am now going to move to south carolina where people actually have it together.

            psshhh

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            • #6
              Of course, Manti’s a softee and has since spent the majority of the week trying to make it up to her with flowers, Shakespeare sonnets after drawing a warm bath, and foot massages.

              Why does Manti jokes never get old? It never.gets.old...

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              • #7
                Originally posted by TheReverend View Post
                Now you can read all of it on my ****ty website.

                http://t.co/aXRCcE3znS
                well written as usual.

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                • #8
                  There was some innovation to address beating the jam: Demaryius Thomas received (what I think were) his first snaps from the slot and was able to use the free release to blow past Shareece Wright for his first touchdown of the day, and perhaps the most athletic of his career.
                  I stand by this as the most athletic TD of his career:



                  BTW Chiefs fans: you have more of that to look forward to this week.

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                  • #9
                    The Belichick angle is an interesting one.

                    NE usually, against the main WR threat send double cover (man with bracket safety help) using their number 2 CB against the offense's top WR.

                    Then they use their best cover CB one on one against the offense's secondary WR (Decker).

                    That leaves the banished son Welker. Don't know how they're going to play him but I look forward to seeing what he's going to do against his former team.

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                    • #10
                      Originally posted by underrated29 View Post
                      How dare you make us click a link to your site. This is absurd!! I am so enthralled I signed up just for this and am now going to move to south carolina where people actually have it together.

                      psshhh
                      not sure about that.

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                      • #11
                        That was a nice pick by Alford. Enjoyed the column, as usual.


                        I knew a guy named Bill Robbins, whose Grandma walked on the Trail of Tears. He was an old Cherokee guy (1898-1995), who was known for his kindness and ability to heal injured wild animals. He had many skills, but I remember him most for his awesome rock collection of moss agate, obsidian, and polished dinosaur bone.

                        There would always be watermelon or sugar wafer cookies waiting for us everytime we went over to Bill and Doris' house in Grover, CO. His Cherokee name was "Umquatusk" (Rainbow inside a Waterfall).

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                        • #12
                          Originally posted by enjolras View Post
                          I stand by this as the most athletic TD of his career:



                          BTW Chiefs fans: you have more of that to look forward to this week.
                          Atlanta game last year had a great one that was called incomplete initially.

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                          • #13
                            Rev attention whoring and link baiting to well-written interesting analysis, as usual. Get over yourself!

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                            • #14
                              Originally posted by TheReverend View Post
                              I stopped betting weeks ago, but I've never done close to this poorly so I figure by season's end I'm bound to redeem myself.

                              Or I'll just keep embarrassing myself.

                              Both are entertaining.
                              I should give you my picks..I really should ride the short bus to the casino.

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                              • #15
                                Hate to predict I game as I seem to be in the wrong a lot!

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