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Old 12-30-2013, 12:22 AM  
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606 Points In A Season

So, theh Broncos scored 606 points this season - the most in NFL history.

You can thank the chicken shit rules that favor the QBs and Offense that Godell has put into place for that. The past 6 years have been an abortion for this league.

It's another reason why NFL games are dog shit to watch, and uninteresting more often than not. And don't jump all over me and start showing all the this close game, and that close game etc.....I"m talking about overall.


NFL - boring. just toss it up and get a PI call to set you up nice and perty. Or have a ref call a stupid ass call on the defense against the QB. Or an unnecessary roughness call; another today against a Baltimore secondary player that clearly had a legal hit on the WR. Not even close. I thought to myself "watch...they'll throw the" and before I could finish my sarcastic comment, here comes the flag.

The NFL is dog shit, and it's getting worse every year.
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Old 12-30-2013, 10:29 PM   #76
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Old 12-31-2013, 08:12 AM   #77
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cmon now... it only took Manning 15 years to throw 55TD's at 37 years old after having neck surgery...

Well, he had a nice cast of pass catching options as well. There's no denying that the rules favor the offense and they run plays to maximize what the rules allow, but last I checked... it all counts.

It's not just Peyton - there were a lot of QBs that had big statistical years when you look at yardage, especially.
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Old 12-31-2013, 09:39 AM   #78
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Got to hand it to the owners. They did a great job of screwing up a once great game. Turned a competitive contest into a circle jerking quarterback derby. Kind of like watching a home run contest when there is only the pitcher and the batter on the field with no defense or base running.
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I'll admit that this thread gives me a little hope. We've had the league turn into a scoring derby before, and it's eventually come back to sanity. Admittedly, this is a huge surge and it's the longest sustained surge with no signs yet of slowing down, but maybe at some point saner heads will prevail.

I still stand by my comments, though, that the marketing people are running the league and they don't know about or care about football. That's the part that's scary. Do they even realize that this is a problem?
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I'll admit that this thread gives me a little hope. We've had the league turn into a scoring derby before, and it's eventually come back to sanity. Admittedly, this is a huge surge and it's the longest sustained surge with no signs yet of slowing down, but maybe at some point saner heads will prevail.

I still stand by my comments, though, that the marketing people are running the league and they don't know about or care about football. That's the part that's scary. Do they even realize that this is a problem?
I don't think they'll figure it out until more fans realize it's a problem and the NFL's bottom line is significantly impacted. Just look at the Chiefs... people were lining up for season tickets because their team that hasn't won a playoff game in 20 years flushed their coaches and GM. They played a bunch of shitty teams in front of sold out crowds. No problems here.

I think it'll be like any other big business... slow to adjust since the focus is on the bottom line, and too big to fail when they finally realize something is wrong.
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