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  1. Elway rushing stats were pretty consistent over the course of his career, except for 1992 and 1998, when he only started 12 games. His last two seasons: 1997 regular season 50 rushes 218 yards playoffs 9 rushes 25 yards (4 games) 1998 regular season 37 rushes for 94 yards (12 games) playoffs 9 rushes 34 yards (3 games)
  2. Bill O'Brien would trade the beer for prune juice and pretzel for some cauliflower.
  3. I think it means it's worse today than it was yesterday.
  4. $5 Pretzel $7 Beer Dang it, I'm out of money.
  5. Agree, and not meaning to take away from him, but the KC receivers are always wide open.
  6. Neither player is watching the game today. Rivers is playing with his 9 kids, and Jackson is in concussion protocol, which means no phone, computer or TV for a few days.
  7. Running QB, no. Ability to extend a play when the pocket breaks down, and run a boot leg for a 1st down or TD, yes. Sounds a lot like a guy we had a few years ago.
  8. While this may be true in theory, if the Colts D takes a step back next year, and you never know with injuries and such, he may miss his opportunity to be a head coach.
  9. As a fan who has attended winter games in Indy, Cleveland, Nashville and New Jersey, I'm fine with having reduced odds of winning the Super Bowl, while having a domed stadium with a Skywalk connected to my hotel and a lot of the fine local restaurants and watering holes.
  10. Did you know since 1997 only two warm weather teams have won the Super Bowl. New Orleans and Tampa Bay.
  11. I agree JB was way overpaid, but two things keep me from caring: 1. it wasn't my money 2. his salary never prevented the Colts from signing any player at any position
  12. It concerns me that Reich has been around the game a long time, and yet he says "analytics" said 4th and 4 was a strong go. That to me is a coach who is not confident in making a decision based on his many years in the game, and instead uses the crutch of analytics to make the tough decisions. And as far as the 4th and 4 goes, how do you rely on analytics in this situation? There are way too many variables that make the data irrelevant and incomplete. The fact that FR couldn't say in his head "they stuffed us on the goal line on 1st, 2nd and 3rd down, and the Bills defense pumped u
  13. Wentz may not play for two teams, but if he's traded, two teams will be paying his salary.
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