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Old 09-10-2012, 12:37 PM   #1
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***2012 NFL Season Chat***

Awesome opening day. Some highlights from week 1.

Manning returns, picking up where he left off:



RG3 era begins in spectacular fashion:




Akers ties NFL record:




Cutler & Marshall reunite and throttle the Colts:



Jets shock the world (and themselves) by scoring 40+:

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A Pissed-Off Steelers Fan Threw Her Beer On The Photographer After Tracy Porter's Game-Ending INT


Everyone, leave Syria, leave Afghanistan, the Pulitzer for breaking news photography is now a one-shot race. A 26-year-old Broncos fan named Greg Wilson took this photo of an angry Steelers fan at Mile High moments after Tracy Porter picked off Ben Roethlisberger to seal Denver's 31-19 victory. The splash was a culmination of what was already everyone's worst nightmare: an obnoxious Steelers fan sitting behind you.

Greg says she was a mess the entire game-maybe not drunk yet, but cursing and yelling the entire night, to the point where her voice started to crack. "She even yelled at her own player," he says, "When Max Starks went down injured, she was calling him a pussy and saying he gets hurt all the time because he's too fat."

"She finally blew her top when Porter iced the game," Greg continues. "The whole section, cheering, turned around to look at her, and she started waving middle fingers, throwing f-bombs. She yelled at me, 'You're ugly, at least I'm hot!' That's when I stated laughing and pulled my iPhone out to get a pic. She went nuts."

Her Bud Light, still half-full, got Greg right between the numbers, soaking his Demaryius Thomas jersey. The woman's boyfriend (not pictured) immediately grabbed her and hustled her out of the section.

My God, isn't it wonderful to have the NFL back in our lives? Week 1 isn't even over, and we've already got a timeless photo of fan butthurt. Even better, it's a Steelers fan who's probably never set foot in Pittsburgh in her life. Football never disappoints.


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Broncos win 12 games this season and go all the way. End/


Maybe not but I think we have the weak AFC worst locked.
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Maybe not but I think we have the weak AFC worst locked.
I think you're right. The Bolts and the Raiders didn't look too hot last night. Without a solid RB, S.D. just doesn't seem to move the ball as well.
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Ravens looked good


I also really enjoyed watching RG3 play and the 49ers. I would love for the redskins to win their division.
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Yeah, Flacco was on point. And Rice looked like a beast last night too. Of course the D looked good, but I didn't read about Reed's injury yet.

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Sh1t, you and me both, but I'm just looking for them to be at least .500 this year. Managing expectations...haha
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Jezuz, will Cutler ever win an important game? I can't stand this guy. He fvcking cries ALL THE TIME. Just looks like a weepy 15 yr old out there, pissin and moanin
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Jezuz, will Cutler ever win an important game? I can't stand this guy. He fvcking cries ALL THE TIME. Just looks like a weepy 15 yr old out there, pissin and moanin
I'm not a bears fan, but he does need to go, or get a punch to the face by a team mate, he pretty much blamed everyone else for his mistakes, he sucks and bears would do so much better without him
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I'm not a bears fan, but he does need to go, or get a punch to the face by a team mate, he pretty much blamed everyone else for his mistakes, he sucks and bears would do so much better without him
Best thing Denver did is getting rid of him. I never like him. He is a choker. Always throws interception in the end zone.

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WEEK 2

While it's only week 2, I think it's safe to say this was a week of upsets. It's also a week where we saw more examples of why we need REAL officials back on the field...

Cards top Pats, who miss a late go-ahead FG


Seattle stomps Dallas


Rams stifle the RG3 hype


Cam runs over New Orleans, who start the season 0-2


Eagles escape defeat, start 2-0


'9ers manhandle Lions. Looking like the best in the NFL


Eli throws for 500+ yards in an impressive comeback vs. T.B.


Looking forward to tonight's game. Should be a good one. Who ya got?

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Agreed major upsets, and tonight's game should be a good one!
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so far, not so good for the Broncos but I still think they are going to pull it off.
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I didn't really notice it in week one, but the refs have been horrible this week!
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I didn't really notice it in week one, but the refs have been horrible this week!
Totally. Some of the talking heads describe it as a substitute teacher situation: day 1 you feel them out/test boundaries; and on day 2 you go nuts.

They've been missing SO many of the illegal hit calls. Sh!t, Alex Smith slid feet first and almost had his head taken off on Sunday night. No call.
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I'm amused that the refs called Seattle player being pushed out of bounds, but neglected to call the blindside helmet to helmet hit on Lee in the same play. Fuucking losers.
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Don't get me wrong, the more I can watch the NFL during the week, the better. But, it definitely seems like a disadvantage for the teams that have to play Thursday night games. Granted, they get more time off after a Thurs. game, but I'm not sure that evens things out. For ex., the Giants won't be able to start several guys tonight that they would probably be able to start were they playing on Sunday. So, while they may get more rest after a Thurs. game, they're at a competitive disadvantage for the short week game on Thurs.

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Don't get me wrong, the more I can watch the NFL during the week, the better. But, it definitely seems like a disadvantage for the teams that have to play Thursday night games. Granted, they get more time off after a Thurs. game, but I'm not sure that evens things out. For ex., the Giants won't be able to start several guys tonight that they would probably be able to start were they playing on Sunday. So, while they may get more rest after a Thurs. game, they're at a competitive disadvantage for the short week game on Thurs.

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Good thing the Giants have some kick ass back ups!
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Good thing the Giants have some kick ass back ups!
No joke! It's funny that ALL the analysts were picking Carolina.
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