land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby PhillyJim76 » 15 Jan 2018, 14:25

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PhillyJim76 wrote:Jike you are a very angry person as relates to sports.
MTM it’s going to be a long week. There are things going in the Vikings favor, and other items going in the Eagles favor.


That's a pretty detailed breakdown. Why don't you dial it back a bit PJ99?


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Ha I didn’t want to elaborate. But the Hail Mary plus the Minnesota super bowl is a lot on the table. Did the Vikes shoot their load yesterday? (Yes could say the same about the Eagles).

I just think the eagles have had their “our qb is limited let’s throw 7-8 yard passes moment” that ol Don Zimmer hasn’t had yet with Stoney Case.
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby Briandong79 » 15 Jan 2018, 14:50

Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby ctz31 » 15 Jan 2018, 14:55

Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby Theny » 15 Jan 2018, 15:48

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Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.


The ref throwing the flag on it was pretty casual. Also, was a flag really necessary there?
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby Briandong79 » 15 Jan 2018, 15:51

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Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.


The ref throwing the flag on it was pretty casual. Also, was a flag really necessary there?


Agreed. And maybe not casually, because he did get some air, but just calmly, maybe? Pretty badass move.

The Bautista bat flip is a good comp, actually.
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby JT99 » 15 Jan 2018, 15:51

Theny wrote:
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Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.


The ref throwing the flag on it was pretty casual. Also, was a flag really necessary there?


Yes because he doesn't know if there were any flags back at the line of scrimmage that might have called the play back, therefore, he needs to call the infraction.
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby TVF wannabe » 15 Jan 2018, 15:56

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Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.


The ref throwing the flag on it was pretty casual. Also, was a flag really necessary there?


Yes because he doesn't know if there were any flags back at the line of scrimmage that might have called the play back, therefore, he needs to call the infraction.

I guess you're right because they didnt enforce it on the PAT
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby JT99 » 15 Jan 2018, 16:08

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Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.


The ref throwing the flag on it was pretty casual. Also, was a flag really necessary there?


Yes because he doesn't know if there were any flags back at the line of scrimmage that might have called the play back, therefore, he needs to call the infraction.

I guess you're right because they didnt enforce it on the PAT


90% sure that it is assessed on the kickoff
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby SouthernYokel » 15 Jan 2018, 17:21

JT99 wrote:
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JT99 wrote:
Theny wrote:
ctz31 wrote:
Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.


The ref throwing the flag on it was pretty casual. Also, was a flag really necessary there?


Yes because he doesn't know if there were any flags back at the line of scrimmage that might have called the play back, therefore, he needs to call the infraction.

I guess you're right because they didnt enforce it on the PAT


90% sure that it is assessed on the kickoff


Imagine asking Payton if he wants the option of moving the pat back or taking it on the kickoff
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby TheWolf » 15 Jan 2018, 17:23

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JT99 wrote:
Theny wrote:
ctz31 wrote:
Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.


The ref throwing the flag on it was pretty casual. Also, was a flag really necessary there?


Yes because he doesn't know if there were any flags back at the line of scrimmage that might have called the play back, therefore, he needs to call the infraction.

I guess you're right because they didnt enforce it on the PAT


90% sure that it is assessed on the kickoff


Imagine asking Payton if he wants the option of moving the pat back or taking it on the kickoff


I still say they give the Eagles those yards next week.
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby JichaelDick » 15 Jan 2018, 19:03

PhillyJim76 wrote:Jike you are a very angry person as relates to sports.
MTM it’s going to be a long week. There are things going in the Vikings favor, and other items going in the Eagles favor.


Angry? I'm elated. After getting outplayed by Nick Foles, I needed some schadenfreude.
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby Theny » 15 Jan 2018, 19:12

JT99 wrote:
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Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.


The ref throwing the flag on it was pretty casual. Also, was a flag really necessary there?


Yes because he doesn't know if there were any flags back at the line of scrimmage that might have called the play back, therefore, he needs to call the infraction.


Sorry I didn't mean that literally. Obviously he had to throw it just in case.
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Re: land of lakes and ligaments: the vikings thread

Postby JT99 » 15 Jan 2018, 20:56

Theny wrote:
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Theny wrote:
ctz31 wrote:
Briandong79 wrote:Diggs just casually tossing his helmet to the side might be the greatest celebration in NFL history as well.


I don't know that casual is the right word. That was Bautista bat flip caliber.


The ref throwing the flag on it was pretty casual. Also, was a flag really necessary there?


Yes because he doesn't know if there were any flags back at the line of scrimmage that might have called the play back, therefore, he needs to call the infraction.


Sorry I didn't mean that literally. Obviously he had to throw it just in case.


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