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19 hours ago, SilentWarrior25 said:

Ok, a little surprised that the Eagles fired Chip Kelly. I figured that they would during the off season but not when there's still one game left. I don't think anyone's gonna want him though seeing as he drove the Eagles downhill especially this season.

Surprised my ass, the son of a bitch deserved it.  He butchered the team, franchise, and fan base.

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54 minutes ago, MDCFAN101 said:

Really??!!!  The safest place for him is Tennessee so he can reunite w/Marcus Mariota.

He just wants to make another college team but that wont work in NFL he tried to make Eagles a college team and that didnt work

 

 

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Heres what i think the playpff picture will look like by the end pf Sunday

 

AFC

1. Patriots (13-3)

2. Broncos (12-4)

3. Bengals (12-4) or (11-5)

4. Texans (9-7)

5. Chiefs (11-5)

6. Jets (11-5)

 

NFC 

1. Panthers (15-1)

2. Cardinals (14-2)

3. Packers (11-5)

4. Redskins (9-7)

5. Vikings (10-6)

6. Seahawks (9-7)

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Week 17 has arrived, here are a cluster of divisional match-ups to close off the regular season!

NYJ @ BUF (NYJ -3)

NE @ MIA (NE -10)

NO @ ATL (ATL -5.5)

BAL @ CIN (CIN -9.5)

PIT @ CLE (PIT -10.5)

JAX @ HOU (HOU -6.5)

TEN @ IND (Even) 

WSH @ DAL (DAL -4)

PHI @ NYG (NYG -5.5)

DET @ CHI (DET -1)

TB @ CAR (CAR -10)

OAK @ KC (KC -7)

SD @ DEN (DEN -10)

SEA @ ARI (ARI -6.5)

STL @ SF (STL -3.5)

MIN @ GB (GB -3)

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Jets lose 22-17 to the Bills.  Since the Steelers won 28-12, the Jets are out of playoff contention.  Even though the finale sucked, the season was a big improvement.  The Jets improved in character, and offense.  Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed for a franchise record and career high 31 TD passes.  Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall are the first WR duo in franchise history to record 1,000 yards receiving each since Keyshawn Johnson and Wayne Chrebet in 1998.  Chris Ivory rushes for 1000 yards for the first time in his career.  Even though Revis got beat by Sammy Watkins, he recorded 5 INTS along 4 FR(Fumble Recoveries).  Muhammad Wilkerson had a great season, recording 59 tackles, 12 quarterback sacks and 2 forced fumbles.  Marcus Williams lead the team 6 INTS.  The Jets offense recorded a new franchise record for yards in season with close to 5,920.  This was in many ways a good year for the Jets because they improved in talent and character.  They in many ways reminded of the 2013 Arizona Cardinals, where they huge win against a big division rival, then lose to another the last week of the year.

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1 hour ago, MasterOfAwesomeness said:

The Cowboys lose their final game 34-23 and finish the year at 4-12.  Things have got to change for Dallas next season.  Fire Jason Garrett?

They said hes safe he isnt the problem

You need a new young QB Romo is to banged up but the big peoblem has and always is Jerry Jones

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Well, the playoffs are just about all set now. Here's the matchups:

AFC

Bengals vs Steelers

Texans vs Chiefs

Highest seed at Patriots

Lowest seed at Broncos

NFC

Vikings vs Seahawks

Redskins vs Packers

Highest seed at Cardinals

Lowest seed at Panthers

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2 hours ago, MDCFAN101 said:

Jets lose 22-17 to the Bills.  Since the Steelers won 28-12, the Jets are out of playoff contention.  Even though the finale sucked, the season was a big improvement.  The Jets improved in character, and offense.  Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed for a franchise record and career high 31 TD passes.  Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall are the first WR duo in franchise history to record 1,000 yards receiving each since Keyshawn Johnson and Wayne Chrebet in 1998.  Chris Ivory rushes for 1000 yards for the first time in his career.  Even though Revis got beat by Sammy Watkins, he recorded 5 INTS along 4 FR(Fumble Recoveries).  Muhammad Wilkerson had a great season, recording 59 tackles, 12 quarterback sacks and 2 forced fumbles.  Marcus Williams lead the team 6 INTS.  The Jets offense recorded a new franchise record for yards in season with close to 5,920.  This was in many ways a good year for the Jets because they improved in talent and character.  They in many ways reminded of the 2013 Arizona Cardinals, where they huge win against a big division rival, then lose to another the last week of the year.

How do you think your season would have changed if Geno the starter for Week 1? I know if you guys made a deep playoff run, the Jets would have an interesting storyline for the Superbowl.

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Well, time to list the firings that happened today and everything else that happened so far xD

For the Browns, head coach Mike Pettine and GM Ray Farmer are out.

For the 49ers, head coach Jim Tomsula is out.

For the Dolphins, GM Dennis Kickey was out since Saturday.

And for the Eagles, head coach Chip Kelly has been out since last week.

The rest of this list comes from nfl.com:

On thin ice, we first have Chuck Pagano for the Colts. Next, Jim Caldwell of the Lions, Dan Campbell of the Dolphins (but might just get demoted, not outright fired as he was an interim coach with a somewhat productive team), Tom Coughlin of the Giants, and Mike Mularkey of the Titans (although an interim coach, he really didn't do much for the team as they have the No.1 Draft Pick).

The two to watch are Sean Payton of the Saints as he's had interest in both the 49ers and Chargers head coaching job and Mike McCoy of the Chargers.

The one that should be safe is Jeff Fisher of the Rams.

Any coaches/GM's you want to see fired? And who do you guys think could replace them?

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My predictions for the wildcard round

 

Steelers vs Bengals: Steelers win

Chiefs vs Texans: Chiefs win

Packers vs Redskins: Redskins upset (Packers played like shit the last 2 games)

Seahawks vs Vikings: Seahawks win

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On 1/4/2016 at 2:30 AM, sateler96 said:

My predictions for the wildcard round

 

Steelers vs Bengals: Steelers win

Chiefs vs Texans: Chiefs win

Packers vs Redskins: Redskins upset (Packers played like shit the last 2 games)

Seahawks vs Vikings: Seahawks win

No need for me to make picks, this.

Interestingly enough, the Redskins technically aren't dogs, they're actually 1 point favorites. GB has really struggled and deteriorated down the stretch. 

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On 1/4/2016 at 7:01 PM, sateler96 said:

They said hes safe he isnt the problem

You need a new young QB Romo is to banged up but the big peoblem has and always is Jerry Jones

Jerry Jones has to go!!!!

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The Eagles are considering in hiring Tom Coughlin.  I can't blame because he is future hall of fame head coach, the Giants treated him like crap, and he is a phenomenal human being.

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Back in October, the Kansas City Royals defeated the Houston Astros in the ALDS.  Today, if the Chiefs beat the Texans in their AFC Wild Card Weekend match, then Kansas City would beat Houston in the playoffs in two different sports in the same season.

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Man this Steelers/Bengals game is vicious. I'm expecting a brawl to happen sooner or later, we'll just have to see which side starts it. And the Bengals fans should be ashamed of themselves for throwing bottles at an injured Big Ben. Speaking of him, sucks that he got a shoulder injury, let's see if Landry Jones can at least keep the team ahead.

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Well, fuck Burfict and Jones on the Bengals. We all know Burfict's gonna get a fine and suspension for that "head hunter" hit, and Jones was even stupider pushing a ref right after. Both of them cost the game, and I feel bad for AJ McCarron as he should've had the game winning drive with his TD to AJ Green. At least both Big Ben and the guy Burfict hit aren't seriously injured by him.

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