It is a frightening story. In this case it wasn't so much "burning the internet to the ground" as it was a successful attempt to censor this one particular website.
I noticed that they left of the number of passing downs and any contrast as to who the top teams are and how well they're doing on stopping passing downs and how they figure out what good and bad is.
This also begs the question of how not stopping the run on passing downs affects and relates to how many first downs the D has given up.
And to do bad on a passing down you have to be putting teams "behind the chains" which I'll always take. Which begs the question of how we rank in that aspect.
Then of course there is the part where being last in something that happens only a third of the time doesn't mean never stopping them.
tl/dr: The D is second in scoring defense.
Yes, they can win still win the East Division outright and go to the Conference Championship Game. We all know what a good showing there can accomplish.
The Buckeyes beat the bye but otherwise the bye week was a pile of suck. Bengals bungle, Browns need a player to do something that hasn't been done in over forty years and still lose.
Then Arnie passes away. Sunday turned out kinda crappy.
I don't think we can raise enough to get that cannon on a plane.
How fast the tone of the conversation turns. Wasn't it just Tuesday everyone was worrying about Zeke partying too much or being in the wrong crowd or not adjusting to life in the pros?
I'm with you there. I don't think I can distinguish between learning what golf is and learning who Arnie and Jack were.
I saw him when I was at Augusta for a practice round. He was going up to the Eisenhower Cabin to film a segment with Jack and Gary Player. He was having a hard time getting around. I don't think it is so much that he was sick as it was that he was 87.
I saw him on Tuesday at Augusta this year and he was having a hard time walking. He still had a wave and a bright ray of a smile for all of us standing around though.
I'm not picking either of these QBs as the guy who's going to lead a comeback.
Well they were behind already...
Sounds like it to me.
Good point. When you're a sledgehammer you don't have to fast.
I like the willingness of Hornibrook to stay in the pocket and he doesn't seem to be trying to force anything but his arm seems subpar.
Better if Wiscy wins if it should come down to tiebreaker with Sparty but we've got to beat them both so...
Is it just me or do both Wiscy and Sparty look slow?
Yep. Pretty much just their studio show outside. It is the first day though.
I'm not buying it watching this game so far. Both these teams look slow.
Seems more like the usual let down after winning all the marbles.
Stupid bye week.
That's a nice start to a gray fall Saturday without the Buckeyes. 4-1 final.
Rooney on for Rashford.
I think it's more a bit of complacency given the lead.
It's the most "work" I've seen him do so far.