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  1. Maybe find room for a Giant Trunade or 2? Nothing would suck more than having all the tools needed for the big attack but they have something set in their backrow that's probably Scapegoat.
  2. The Official 2017-2018 NFL Season Thread

    2001: Patriots beat the Rams (West), who were looking to win its second its second Super Bowl with the Greatest Show on Turf. 2003: Patriots beat the Panthers (South), who were looking to win its first Super Bowl ,and the game was played in Houston. 2004: Patriots win back to back Super Bowls (3 in 4 years) by beating the Eagles, who went undefeated at home outside of a meaningless season finale and beat the Vikings and Falcons in the playoffs. 2014: Patriots beat the Seahawks (West) looking to win its second Super Bowl with the Legion of Boom. 2016: Patriots beat the Falcons (South), who were looking to win its first Super Bowl, and the game was played in Houston. 2017: Patriots playing the Eagles, who went undefeated at home outside of a meaningless season finale and beat the Vikings and Falcons, looking to win back to back Super Bowls (3 in 4 years).
  3. The Official 2017-2018 NFL Season Thread

    I should have only typed three words why I picked NE: Tom Motherfucking Brady
  4. The Official 2017-2018 NFL Season Thread

    The craziest thing about Lewis is that NE is 27-3 when he's active.
  5. The Official 2017-2018 NFL Season Thread

    Outside of the final drive that ended up being garbage time, Roethlisberger dropped 384 yards and 4 touchdowns. San Francisco's offense scored 37 points (Bortles throwing three picks had a lot to do with that, but that'll be a point I'll bring up soon) and Jimmy Garoppolo had an efficient day. No defense, let alone team, is without flaws. For example, Jacksonville is pretty weak against the run and ended the season ranked behind New England (though to be fair, Jacksonville allowed 4.3 YPC to NE's 4.7). NE looks to be getting Rex Burkhead back to go along with Dion Lewis and James White. They've also struggled against tight ends. If you struggle against Vance McDonald, have fun against Gronk. The secret behind their defense is that they've played against a LOT of crap offenses. 20 of their 55 sacks (36%) came in week 1 against Houston and week 7 against Indianapolis alone. To put things in perspective, if you were to factor out week 7, Indianapolis would still be in the top ten for sacks allowed for the whole season and would be on pace for nearly 50. They just limited Derrick Henry to 28 yards, with his longest run going for four yards, without Alan Branch. Branch coming back will be a huge boost to their run defense. If Dick LeBeau can hold Jacksonville to less <20 points, I'm pretty sure Matt Patricia can do the same. Fournette is overrated. Outside of his games against LAR and Pittsburgh, he only averaged 3.3 YPC and got banged up again against Pittsburgh. Belichick has shown numerous times he can take away the opposing team's top weapon. If that does happen and Jacksonville has to lean on Bortles' arm, they have a problem: When Bortles throws <30 passes: 5-0, 76/117, 1144 yards, 7 TD, INT, 113.3 When Bortles throws >=30 passes: 5-6, 239/406, 2543 yards, 14 TD, 12 INT, 76.4
  6. The Official 2017-2018 NFL Season Thread

    Jacksonville at New England - Although Jacksonville has the type of defense that has given Tom Brady fits in the past, Ben Roethlisberger has shown it can be exploited. - With the way New England managed to shutdown Derrick Henry and Leonard Fournette's health in question, Jacksonville will need a strong performance from Blake Bortles, which is a tall order: of the seven AFC Championships New England has hosted, they are 6-1 and have been a nightmare for opposing quarterbacks (seven touchdowns to thirteen interceptions). The lone quarterback was Joe Flacco in 2012, and he also happens to be the only one that didn't have a turnover. Bortles is coming off a solid performance in Pittsburgh, but let's not forget how poorly he played against Buffalo in the wildcard round. Minnesota at Philadelphia I honestly don't know much about either team, but Minnesota's defense is too good to lose here and they're the straight up better team.
  7. Going to follow a one game per franchise rule. 1-2: Don't care. 3: NES: Mega Man 2 4: SNES: Can't pick a single game so here's a top 5 (no order): - EarthBound - Donkey Kong Country 2 - Final Fantasy 3 - Super Castlevania 4 - Super Mario RPG 5: N64 Single player: Ocarina of Time Multiplayer: Super Smash Bros. 6: PS2: Kingdom Hearts (San Andreas and Half-Life 2 are technically my favorite games from that generation, but I played those on PC). 7: Wii: Super Mario Galaxy 1 & 2 (The Mario RPGs are a different franchise imo)
  8. Tom Waits: Yesterday (The Beatles) Hurt (NIN) Jesus (Brand New) Creep (Radiohead) Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd)
  9. what are ur music top tens

    Brand New - Deja Entendu Arcade Fire - The Suburbs Tom Waits - Blue Valentine The Receiving End of Sirens - Between the Heart and the Synapse At the Drive In - Relationship of Command Jawbreaker - Unfun Beck - Sea Change Radiohead - In Rainbows The Airborne Toxic Event - Self-Titled Creedence Clearwater Revival - Chronicle