OT: Sunday NFL Open Thread

Submitted by WichitanWolverine on January 13th, 2019 at 1:17 PM

Pats-Chargers now followed by Eagles-Saints.

Go Tom!

Comments

mooseman

January 13th, 2019 at 3:04 PM ^

Really wish he would have stopped procreating after 6 kids or so. "Honorary Duggar family member Philip Rivers, whose wife gave birth to their seventh kid in the middle of last season. SEVEN! (This number now stands at NINE) A whole goddamn clan of Little Marmalards running around. Rivers is a vocal proponent of Natural Family Planning. The only time he pulls out is from under center. HEY NOW! Sync your intercourse to the lunar cycle and Jesus will reward you with the miracle of a baby born during the bye week. Let's catch up with Laserface as he talks about being a MAN: Men are the leaders of our families and in the corporate world as well and any time we can share and have an impact, it's great."

MGoFunkadelic

January 13th, 2019 at 1:26 PM ^

i'm a fan of james white.  had him as my flex guy on my fantasy team this year.  consistent production and can do anything.  with White and Michel as a 1 - 2 punch and Cordarrel (sp?) Patterson as a viable third option, brady has a great back field around him.

Night_King

January 13th, 2019 at 1:55 PM ^

That’s how they move the chains. It’s way more effective than just running to try to get 4 yards at a time. Their backs also have the ability (especially White) to pick up major YAC. 

Need to utilize Evans like this next season. Let Turner / Charbonnet / Wilson handle the normal carries. 

Nervous Bird

January 13th, 2019 at 1:46 PM ^

With Tom Brady still engineering the Patriots offense, that side of the ball will always be championship caliber. If their defense can find a way to stop the explosive offenses of the Chiefs, and Saints/Rams, then he very well may hoist another Lombardi Trophy. If he wins this year, I think he walks away from the game. 

Nervous Bird

January 13th, 2019 at 1:46 PM ^

With Tom Brady still engineering the Patriots offense, that side of the ball will always be championship caliber. If their defense can find a way to stop the explosive offenses of the Chiefs, and Saints/Rams, then he very well may hoist another Lombardi Trophy. If he wins this year, I think he walks away from the game. 

Worcester Wolverine

January 13th, 2019 at 2:00 PM ^

The Patriots offense does such a good job attacking this cover-3 that the LA defense likes to run. Receivers running wide open off the snap, Brady too precise, gotta wonder if they're going to counter with press-man eventually. Funny state of affairs ;)

Eli

January 13th, 2019 at 2:12 PM ^

I tried to tell everyone yesterday the Chargers had no chance. Many of you scoffed at me. Coaching matters. My man for the Chargers looks lost....