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  1. Coles

    Helmet to helmet contact on other players happens on very nearly every single play. "Spearing" or leading with the helmet is obviously illegal, but helmet to helmet contact on tackles of non-QB's heppens dozens of times per game. If it were ileegal it would be nearly impossible to tackle a guy who runs with his head down like LJ. It happens all the time.
  2. Coles

    Helmet -to-helmet is only illegal on the QB. As is a blow to the head, a late hit, a hard hit driving him to the ground, hitting below the waist and intentionally ripping his skirt.
  3. I had to post this...........

    Vick? Really? 2006 Offensive Passing Leaders NAME COM ATT PCT YDS YPG YPA LNG TD INT SK SYD RAT 1 Arizona 419 670 62.5 4437 277.3 7.05 63 21 21 45 286 81.0 2 New England 352 564 62.4 4120 257.5 7.66 71 28 15 28 202 91.5 3 Indianapolis 348 516 67.4 4096 256.0 8.12 80 31 11 20 95 103.3 4 St. Louis 392 599 65.4 4036 252.3 7.26 83 23 24 46 315 83.0 5 Cincinnati 362 538 67.3 3820 238.8 7.31 70 32 14 21 115 97.6 6 Kansas City 317 507 62.5 3810 238.1 7.92 60 17 10 32 204 90.1 7 Green Bay 383 626 61.2 3766 235.4 6.33 59 20 30 27 198 70.1 8 Philadelphia 337 620 54.4 3677 229.8 6.30 91 21 20 42 226 71.5 9 Tennessee 358 594 60.3 3597 224.8 6.39 57 20 14 31 200 80.3 10 Oakland 316 591 53.5 3582 223.9 6.57 79 21 14 45 301 76.0 11 NY Giants 294 558 52.7 3578 223.6 6.74 78 24 17 28 184 75.7 12 San Diego 338 526 64.3 3495 218.4 7.11 54 27 16 31 243 89.7 13 Seattle 307 474 64.8 3458 216.1 7.66 56 25 10 27 174 96.8 14 New Orleans 308 553 55.7 3343 208.9 6.52 66 15 24 41 261 66.6 15 Dallas 300 500 60.0 3341 208.8 7.28 71 23 17 50 298 83.6 16 Miami 291 556 52.3 3300 206.3 6.22 77 22 16 26 158 72.8 17 Carolina 269 449 59.9 3271 204.4 7.76 80 25 16 28 214 88.1 18 Denver 279 465 60.0 3227 201.7 7.25 72 18 7 23 146 88.9 19 Jacksonville 283 487 58.1 3190 199.4 6.88 45 21 6 32 162 88.4 20 Minnesota 323 510 63.3 3146 196.6 6.76 80 18 16 54 303 81.7 21 Washington 278 481 57.8 3106 194.1 6.96 78 25 11 31 240 87.0 22 Baltimore 335 562 59.6 3088 193.0 6.02 48 17 21 42 293 71.3 23 Cleveland 297 498 59.6 3053 190.8 6.67 80 15 18 45 270 74.6 24 Pittsburgh 228 379 60.2 2926 182.9 8.19 85 21 14 32 178 89.4 25 Tampa Bay 303 487 62.2 2890 180.6 6.51 80 17 14 41 281 80.7 26 Detroit 297 520 57.1 2848 178.0 5.81 86 15 18 31 173 69.1 27 Atlanta 247 451 54.8 2679 167.4 6.45 58 19 13 39 228 76.6 28 NY Jets 268 470 57.0 2642 165.1 6.36 60 11 15 53 347 70.6 29 Buffalo 269 459 58.6 2515 157.2 6.21 65 18 16 43 337 75.4 30 Houston 270 449 60.1 2237 139.8 5.93 53 15 13 68 424 76.0 31 Chicago 219 418 52.4 2002 125.1 5.27 54 11 15 31 199 61.5 32 San Francisco 204 389 52.4 1898 118.6 5.63 89 8 21 48 292 53.6 Data Source: STATS, Inc. Copyright 2006 STATS, Inc. Commercial distribution without the express written consent of STATS is prohibited.
  4. Weekly Pool Picks

    Exactly. You COULD have as many as 12 or so road teams in a pool this week. That would have been unheard of in the past, where if the spread was under 3, you took the home team straight up in a pool every time. Are teams getting better at playing on the road with silent counts and all, or is Pete Rozell's parity finally manifesting itself to that level?
  5. Weekly Pool Picks

    It's possible to have as many as 12 or 13 legitimate road picks out of 16 games this week. Is that as crazy as it seems to me? The old adage of favoring home teams in no-spread pools looks like it won't work this week: Minnesota 12/21/2006 8:00:00 PM Green Bay Kansas City 12/23/2006 8:00:00 PM Oakland Baltimore 12/24/2006 1:00:00 PM Pittsburgh Carolina 12/24/2006 1:00:00 PM Atlanta Chicago 12/24/2006 1:00:00 PM Detroit Indianapolis 12/24/2006 1:00:00 PM Houston New Orleans 12/24/2006 1:00:00 PM NY Giants New England 12/24/2006 1:00:00 PM Jacksonville Tampa Bay 12/24/2006 1:00:00 PM Cleveland Tennessee 12/24/2006 1:00:00 PM Buffalo Washington 12/24/2006 1:00:00 PM St Louis Arizona 12/24/2006 4:05:00 PM San Francisco Cincinnati 12/24/2006 4:15:00 PM Denver San Diego 12/24/2006 4:15:00 PM Seattle Philadelphia 12/25/2006 5:00:00 PM Dallas NY Jets 12/25/2006 8:30:00 PM Miami Total Points Scored for: NY Jets @ Miami
  6. Steven Jackson

    Wow, thank God. Talk about obscure references, though. Even those that get the NFL network don't listen to Bumbel!
  7. Steven Jackson

    You're kidding, right? Please? Because of the learning disability? That might make him a better STORY, but a better back? Really?
  8. Steven Jackson

    Just didn't need to. Oakland is that bad.
  9. Steven Jackson

    Dude gets better every game. Early season concerns are pretty much gone. He's a stud and maybe a Pro Bowler? Who's going to go ahead of him in the NFC? Barber III, Westy?
  10. How bad is Raider Offense?

    If Haslett has the nuts to brag about this defense after this game I swear I'm gonna drive to Rams Park tomorrow and puke on his car. This Oakland offense might be the worst I've ever seen, ever. Ever. And I was a St. Louis Football Cardinals fan when they were here. Ever.
  11. Aaron Brooks benched!

    Where's Brad Smith? The Jets?
  12. Aaron Brooks benched!

    I figured I'd find you here! What's amazing is that these junior varsity announcers don't understand why. Classic. How about zero points against the worst D in the league moran?
  13. Aaron Brooks benched!

    It doesn't appear to be injury-related, he just got benched with his team still in the game.