WHO Poll
Q: 2019/20 Wolves (a)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, win
16%
  
b.Wolves will be tougher than the rent boys but I think we can grind it out, draw
25%
  
c. We rarely follow up a win with anything and Wednesday will be no different, lose
37%
  
d.The poll's back and everything is rosy, I've missed you old friend
8%
  
e. Well how's your luck this one is on Amazon Prime and I subscribe along with SKY, BT & Netflix I've got all bases covered, it may be cheaper to buy a ST but then I'd have to get out of the armchair, WHU through & through me
14%
  



crystal falace 9:51 Thu Mar 10
NFL (since 2016)
Free agency started last night and was pretty crazy some huge money being spent.

Osweiler getting £18m a year for the Texans, leaving the Broncos without a QB,

Giants have spent a fortune on good but not great players, Oliver Vernon has more guaranteed money than JJ Watt.

lots more deals but cant be bothered to list them all.

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Takashi Miike 6:06 Wed Dec 4
Re: NFL (since 2016)
yes, such a shit career but still best your mob twice in a super bowl. hahaha

crystal falace 6:04 Wed Dec 4
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Daniel Jones has a high anle sprain so Eli Manning will be most likely seeing out the season for what may be his last every appearances in the NFL.

How this guy won 2 superbowls i have no clue, he has a record of 116-116 overall, bet hes dreading having to play and finishing with a losing record in his career.

crystal falace 11:43 Tue Dec 3
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Yeah with the safety changes for kickoffs where you're not allowed a running start and cant overload one side it has made onside kicks almost impossible, feel like they didnt take it into consideration properly when changing the rule.

Lee Trundle 11:25 Tue Dec 3
Re: NFL (since 2016)
On the subject of special teams, I did like this from the commentator in the Falcons/Saints game:
"Onside kick coming. 3 successful in the league this year"

Followed by 3 successful onside kicks in a row.

crystal falace 10:49 Tue Dec 3
Re: NFL (since 2016)
They've kind of faded Kickoffs out of the game due to safety concerns, with them having the extra 5-10 yards on the kickoff now you'll end up with touchbacks 95% of the time, unless on occasion a team like the Pats will make it a tactic to kick it high and a bit shorter by which time the coverage is right on top of the returner by the time he's caught it.

Takashi Miike 9:11 Tue Dec 3
Re: NFL (since 2016)
the 'special team' isn't just about field goals, their most important role is maintaining field position and making it as hard as possible for the opposition offense on the next drive/possession. on the other side, it can also be an attacking advantage if you have a kick returner like hester, who scored tds but returners like him are rare

Far Cough 7:39 Tue Dec 3
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Vikes needed to win that

Joe C 6:20 Tue Dec 3
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Great win that! Top of the division and now the #2 seeds

normannomates 4:54 Tue Dec 3
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Love to know what mister field goal earns..
Nice cushty little number

normannomates 4:52 Tue Dec 3
Re: NFL (since 2016)
I still fail to get it.
The 'special team'
The cunt who comes on every two hours to kick a fuckin 'field goal'.. My life

You know its fucking shite😁

zebthecat 10:26 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Mark Ingram is a miss.

Takashi Miike 8:53 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
saints should have won it last year, I think they're stronger this season

Grumpster 7:47 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
My small band of potential winners is purely based on teams who are good with both the run and receiving dept.

Have never really rated Michel at the Pats as being top class and he also doesnt have any help there.

Kamara isnt on his game and Murray is hardly going to have many explosive runs for the saints, so think any team with a decent defence will easily stop them, though think the niners have them this week so I may be eating my words.

Like the fact it's really open though.

crystal falace 4:49 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Pats offence just cant do anything at the moment, been a revolving door across the Oline and at receiver and tight end all season with Edelman being the only constant but Houston just basically double teamed him all game.

Hopefully if they can get Sanu and Dorestt and the tight end healthy and playing together the rest of the way while getting the 2 rookies up to speed then the offence can improve enough to just accommodate the defence and let them close games out with a lead.

Looked like the defence was really impacted by the |Flu that had been going through the locker room, there were 17 players on the injury report with "illness" this week and could really tell the defence looked sluggish

southbankbornnbred 12:48 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
I wouldn't say that any one side is nailed on at this stage. It has been an odd season - so many sides playing with back-up QBs and injury plagued, so many good sides wobbling early on and slowly grinding back into action, and a few dark horses beginning to show form and come good.

The Ravens, 49ers, Patsies and Saints all look good - but history shows that, usually, some of the early frontrunners fall by the wayside because they either peak too soon, suffer big injuries or simply get found out by good coaches when it really matters.

I would say there's a group of sides behind that bunch who could still emerge strongly in the play-offs: Hawks, Packers, Chiefs, Texans, Vikes.

I've always been a big fan of Watson, so perhaps I'm a little biased, but I fancy the Texans will be hard to beat. Some smart cash on them as a dark horse.

If I had to pick a winner right now, like many, I'd say the Ravens. But the way they play, with Jackson as free as he is, they are just one big tackle away from a proper crisis. I don't see a Mo Lewis/Bledsoe moment saving the Ravens if that happens. If a Mo Lewis turns up and knocks Jackson spark out, then it's game on for every other side in contention.

Including those fecking Patsies. Unfortunately!

Lee Trundle 12:19 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Ravens definitely look the ones to beat.

Jackson is as much of a running back as he is a QB.

Grumpster 11:51 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Definitely been an odd season.

Sometimes hard to pick the overall winner, but cant really see past 2/3 teams at the moment and I'm not including the Pat's in that.

They seem to be getting the injury curse which at this stage of a season is a fucking disaster and finally that legend Brady is starting to look his age :o)

I pumped a few quid on the Ravens last week as they were still 13/2 and I'm not unhappy with the bet, as I think they'll have to beat the niners to collect and I'll enjoy losing the money.

Takashi Miike 11:45 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
yes, cough. he's another massive cunt

the coming of gary 11:44 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
great win for my team Houston over the Patriots , including a touchdown pass to the QB
.

Far Cough 11:05 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
Bengals, anyone remember Boomer Esiason? Bengals were good back then

southbankbornnbred 11:01 Mon Dec 2
Re: NFL (since 2016)
In a season of low lows, the Adam Gase Jets stooped to subterranean levels yesterday in losing to the fecking Bengals.

The Bengals!

West Ham could beat the Bengals.

At American football. Tomorrow.

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