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Re: Bill Simmons Sports Column. 1/12/2018. Enjoy!

PostPosted: 12 Jan 2018, 15:55
by Rufus
JichaelDick wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:
JichaelDick wrote:
2. I see Saints-Vikes becoming the signature game of the week: a back-and-forth nail-biter playing out like the 2015 season’s Cards-Packers classic (maybe without the Hail Mary). I like that New Orleans played a legitimate playoff game against an on-fire Cam Newton last week. Great test for a team that loves playing in domes, obviously. They’ll be ready. One of these two teams will make the Super Bowl.


All of the sudden, I'm feeling good about my Falcons chances of losing another Superb Owl.

Is Matt Ryan playing?


Yup. Third highest rated passer in NFL Postseason history. Just don't look at #8

Holy crap, Eli and Peyton have the exact same rating. That is fantastic.

Re: Bill Simmons Sports Column. 1/12/2018. Enjoy!

PostPosted: 12 Jan 2018, 15:59
by ctz31
Rufus wrote:
JichaelDick wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:
JichaelDick wrote:
2. I see Saints-Vikes becoming the signature game of the week: a back-and-forth nail-biter playing out like the 2015 season’s Cards-Packers classic (maybe without the Hail Mary). I like that New Orleans played a legitimate playoff game against an on-fire Cam Newton last week. Great test for a team that loves playing in domes, obviously. They’ll be ready. One of these two teams will make the Super Bowl.


All of the sudden, I'm feeling good about my Falcons chances of losing another Superb Owl.

Is Matt Ryan playing?


Yup. Third highest rated passer in NFL Postseason history. Just don't look at #8

Holy crap, Eli and Peyton have the exact same rating. That is fantastic.


And both have an above .500 record in the playoffs against tom. :lol:

Re: Bill Simmons Sports Column. 1/12/2018. Enjoy!

PostPosted: 12 Jan 2018, 16:06
by chrisco
ctz31 wrote:
Rufus wrote:
JichaelDick wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:
JichaelDick wrote:
2. I see Saints-Vikes becoming the signature game of the week: a back-and-forth nail-biter playing out like the 2015 season’s Cards-Packers classic (maybe without the Hail Mary). I like that New Orleans played a legitimate playoff game against an on-fire Cam Newton last week. Great test for a team that loves playing in domes, obviously. They’ll be ready. One of these two teams will make the Super Bowl.


All of the sudden, I'm feeling good about my Falcons chances of losing another Superb Owl.

Is Matt Ryan playing?


Yup. Third highest rated passer in NFL Postseason history. Just don't look at #8

Holy crap, Eli and Peyton have the exact same rating. That is fantastic.


And both have an above .500 record in the playoffs against tom. :lol:

Yet you can put their rings together and they still come up short.

Re: Bill Simmons Sports Column. 1/12/2018. Enjoy!

PostPosted: 12 Jan 2018, 16:17
by Jew Jitsu
chrisco wrote:
ctz31 wrote:
Rufus wrote:
JichaelDick wrote:
PhillyJim76 wrote:
JichaelDick wrote:
2. I see Saints-Vikes becoming the signature game of the week: a back-and-forth nail-biter playing out like the 2015 season’s Cards-Packers classic (maybe without the Hail Mary). I like that New Orleans played a legitimate playoff game against an on-fire Cam Newton last week. Great test for a team that loves playing in domes, obviously. They’ll be ready. One of these two teams will make the Super Bowl.


All of the sudden, I'm feeling good about my Falcons chances of losing another Superb Owl.

Is Matt Ryan playing?


Yup. Third highest rated passer in NFL Postseason history. Just don't look at #8

Holy crap, Eli and Peyton have the exact same rating. That is fantastic.


And both have an above .500 record in the playoffs against tom. :lol:

Yet you can put their rings together and they still come up short.

Scottie puppet got more rings than Duncan or Shaq

Re: Bill Simmons Sports Column. 1/12/2018. Enjoy!

PostPosted: 12 Jan 2018, 16:18
by JichaelDick
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He's gotta get two more to tie my boy, doe. That's the face of a goddamn winner, IMO.

Re: Bill Simmons Sports Column. 1/12/2018. Enjoy!

PostPosted: 12 Jan 2018, 16:53
by Dthefritz
Made it several paragraphs. What a collossal prick he is for invoking David Halberstam to disingenuously discredit an espn.com piece. Careful where you aim that shotgun, Bill, the recoil might knock your ass back halfway across the Pacific.