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    Default Brady and Manning have done it on the same day. Weird.


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    Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have both become the first QB's in NFL history to beat all 31 other teams in the league.

    Next weeks game between the two should be interested.

    I am gonna pick the Pats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    A running back is only as good as his left tackle.

    The rest of the post was interesting though.

    So is is different if you live in another city?

    This "Homer" thing is interesting to me.

    People get kicked out of bars for being belligerent to the Chiefs during a game here.

    Hmmmm...

    Is it really that bad in another city?

    We get enough grief from that we don't need anymore.

    I hate that guy.


    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    HH...I could name a 1/2 dozen very good runningbacks who had mediocre or poor Left Tackle...
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    a QB depends on his Tackles very much, however a RB can head to the right if the left side of the line isn't the strength...

    During most of Walter Payton's career he had a patchwork O-line, the strength of Jim Brown's line was on the right side, Barry Sanders also comes to mind. Other good running backs that come to mind but aren't at the level of these other three Ronnie Brown and his performance before injury this year, Willis McGahee has done well despite Ogden being out most of the year.
    That was a poorly veiled attempt at sarcasm, directed at I can't even remember who now.

    The Quarterback is only as good as his blind side tackle. (IMO with the exceptions of Vick and other scramblers out there.)

    The running back is helped by his entire line, which is not happening now.

    You sure can pull some quick info out though!

    I have expanded my football knowledge by being on this site, thanks guys!

    Still a Homer though!

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