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POLL from Spring/Summer 2013 - Who will be the team to beat entering the 2013-2014 NFL Season?
Results Voters: 97 members
  • 49ers - 32 (32.9%)
  • Broncos - 10 (10.31%)
  • Ravens - 1 (1.03%)
  • Patriots - 11 (11.34%)
  • Packers - 5 (5.15%)
  • Falcons - 10 (10.31%)
  • Texans - 2 (2.06%)
  • Saints - 1 (1.03%)
  • Seahawks - 4 (4.12%)
  • Other - Please List your team - 15 (15.46%)
  • Mark Sanchez and the J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS! - 6 (6.19%)
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POLL from Best of Week 1 in the NFL
Results Voters: 42 members
  • Peyton Manning torching the Ravens D with 7 TD's - 22 (52.38%)
  • Despite the loss, Raiders 3rd year QB Terrell Pryor's turned heads with 329 total offense & a TD. - 5 (11.90%)
  • WR Anquan Boldin's spectacular game with 13 REC, 208 yards, and a TD in the win over GB - 5 (11.90%)
  • Debut of Eagles Chip Kelly's offense producing 443 yards of total offense in win over Skins. - 5 (11.90%)
  • Other - 5 (11.90%)

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POLL from Week 3 Poll. Which 2-0 team will likely miss the Playoffs?
Results Voters: 29 members
  • New England Patriots - 4 (13.79%)
  • Miami Dolphins - 11 (37.93%)
  • Houston Texans - 1 (3.45%)
  • Kansas City Chiefs - 10 (34.48%)
  • Denver Broncos - 0 (0%)
  • Chicago Bears - 2 (6.90%)
  • New Orleans Saints - 1 (3.45%)
  • Seattle Seahawks - 0 (0%)

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POLL from Week 17 Poll. NFC East Division on the line. Cowboys or Eagles?
Results Voters: 12 members
  • Eagles (9-6) - 11 (91.67%)
  • Cowboys (8-7) - 1 (8.33%)

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POLL from Wild Card Weekend.Which team playing this weekend has the best chance making it to the Super Bowl?
Results Voters: 14 members
Chiefs - 2 (14.29%)
Colts - 0 (0%)
Chargers - 0 (0% )
Bengals - 0 (0% )
Saints - 1 (7.14%)
Eagles - 1 (7.14% )
49ers - 6 (42.86%)
Packers - 4 (28.57%)

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POLL from Divisional Round. Which #6 seed will make it to the Championship Game?
Results Voters: 23 members
Saints - 4 (17.39% )
Chargers - 6 (26.09%)
Both the Chargers and Saints will WIN this weekend. - 2 (8.70%)
Both the Chargers and Saints will LOSE this weekend. - 11 (47.83%)

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POLL from NFC/AFC Championship Round. Which teams are going to Super Bowl XLVIII?
Results Voters: 50 members
49ers and Broncos - 7 (14%)
49ers and Patriots - 8 (16%)
Seahawks and Broncos. - 17 (34%)
Seahawks and Patriots. - 18 (36%)
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POLL from Super Bowl XLVIII - Seattle Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos
Results Voters: 87 members
Seattle Seahawks - 26 (29.89%)
Denver Broncos - 61 (70.11%)

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POLL from NFL Season 2014-2015. Which NFL team will stay unbeaten the longest going into this season?
Results Voters: 76 members
Bills - 1 (1.32%)
Dolphins - 1 (1.32%)
Patriots - 6 (7.89%)
Jets - 3 (3.95%)
Ravens - 2 (2.63%)
Bengals - 3 (3.95%)
Browns - 2 (2.63%)
Steelers - 0 (0%)
Texans - 1 (1.32%)
Colts - 1 (1.32%)
Jaguars - 1 (1.32%)
Titans - 2 (2.63%)
Broncos - 13 (17.11%)
Chiefs - 1 (1.32%)
Raiders - 2 (2.63%)
Chargers - 1 (1.32%)
Cowboys - 2 (2.63%)
Giants - 0 (0%)
Eagles - 5 (6.58%)
Redskins - 1 (1.32%)
Bears - 1 (1.32%)
Lions - 1 (1.32%)
Packers - 4 (5.26%)
Vikings - 0 (0%)
Falcons - 1 (1.32%)
Panthers - 2 (2.63%)
Saints - 3 (3.95%)
Buccaneers - 1 (1.32%)
Cardinals - 0 (0%)
Rams - 0 (0%)
49ers - 8 (10.53%)
Seahawks - 7 (9.21%)

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POLL from NFL Season 2014-2015. Which team will win the NFC South Divison?
Results Voters: 31 members
Atlanta Falcons - 9 (29.03%)
New Orleans Saints - 18 (58.06%)
Carolina Panthers - 4 (12.90%)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 0 (0%)


View Poll Results: Which team playing this weekend has the best chance making it to the Super Bowl?
38 members

Ravens - 1 (2.63%)

Steelers - 12 (31.58%)

Bengals - 0 (0%)

Colts - 3 (7.89%)

Lions - 3 (7.89%)

Cowboys - 18 (47.37%)

Cardinals - 0 (0%)

Panthers - 1 (2.63%)



Which road team will most likely win this weekend?
Voters: 37

#6 Ravens over #1 Patriots - 7 (18.92%)

#4 Colts over #2 Broncos - 9 (24.32%)

#3 Cowboys over #2 Packers - 13 (35.14%)

#4 Panthers over #1 Seahawks - 3 (8.11%)

None, all home teams will prevail this weekend. - 5 (13.51%)


Which teams are going to Super Bowl XLIX?
Voters: 40
Packers & Patriots 8 20.00%
Packers & Colts 5 12.50%
Seahawks & Patriots 25 62.50%
Seahawks & Colts 2 5.00%


Which team will win Super Bowl XLIX?
Voters: 82

Seattle Seahawks 35 42.68%
New England Patriots 47 57.32%




View Poll Results: Which NFL team will remain unbeaten the longest?
Voters: 19
Patriots 10 52.63%
Bengals 1 5.26%
Broncos 0 0%
Panthers 2 10.53%
Packers 6 31.58%



View Poll Results: Excluding Seattle. Which team this week has the best chance making it to Super Bowl?
Voters: 26

Chief 11 42.31%
Texans 0 0%
Steelers 6 23.08%
Bengals 3 11.54%
Vikings 3 11.54%
Packers 2 7.69%
Redskins 1 3.85%


View Poll Results: Championship Round. Which teams are going to Super Bowl 50?
Voters: 31.

Broncos and Panthers 3 9.68%
Broncos and Cardinals 9 29.03%
Patriots and Panthers 14 45.16%
Patriots and Cardinals 5 16.13%


View Poll Results: Which team will win Super Bowl 50?
Voters: 53
Carolina Panthers 35 66.04%
Denver Broncos 18 33.96%



View Poll Results: What's in store for Peyton Manning's future?
Voters: 35
Retire.... John Elway style 32 91.43%
Comeback one more season as a Bronco 2 5.71%
Comeback to play for another team 1 2.86%


View Poll Results: Which NFL team will win the AFC West?
Voters: 33
Denver Broncos 4 12.12%
Oakland Raiders 18 54.55%
Kansas City Chiefs 11 33.33%
San Diego Chargers 0 0%

View Poll Results: Which team playing this week has the best chance making it to Super Bowl?
Voters: 25
Raiders 0 0%
Texans 1 4.00%
Dolphins 0 0%
Steelers 8 32.00%
Lions 0 0%
Seahawks 4 16.00%
Giants 2 8.00%
Packers 10 40.00%


View Poll Results: Which team will advance to the NFC Championship game?
Voters: 22
Green Bay Packers 11 50.00%
Dallas Cowboys 11 50.00%


View Poll Results: Championship Round. Which teams are going to Super Bowl 51?
Voters: 34
Patriots and Packers 16 47.06%
Patriots and Falcons 9 26.47%
Steelers and Packers 5 14.71%
Steelers and Falcons 4 11.76%


View Poll Results: Which team will win Super Bowl LI?
Voters: 64
New England Patriots 34 53.13%
Atlanta Falcons 30 46.88%


Which teams will earn the right to play in Super Bowl LII
Voters: 28
New England Patriots and Minnesota Vikings 16 57.14%
New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles 3 10.71%
Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars 7 25.00%
Philadelpia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars 2 7.14%

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I wouldn't count it out. Guess I better dust off my XFL jersey.
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Old 02-09-2011, 01:18 PM   #3
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The NFL will NOT let America's sport go into a lockout. Trust me.

As long as both sides come to an agreement this March. We'll see NFL football in August.
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Old 02-09-2011, 01:38 PM   #4
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there's no way the owners will want to lose out on that much money. we will see football come aug./sept.
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The NFL will NOT let America's sport go into a lockout. Trust me.

As long as both sides come to an agreement this March. We'll see NFL football in August.
Dude, that's the only way we'll see NFL football in August... If they don't come to an agreement, we won't.

There is certainly a chance of a lock-out. It's happened before. Will there be one? No one here knows.
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Old 02-09-2011, 02:02 PM   #6
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NFL... maybe.

Sticking Points:

18 Game Schedules: The owners want to put in a new 18 game regular season schedule. That's two more weeks to sell out the stadium, two more games to sell to the television networks, and all of the rest of that good stuff, and we would all love watching a few more meaningful games instead of the preseason, right? Well, the problem is that the players and most analysts are against the change, citing substantial increases to injuries and a lowering of the quality of play. This is a side that has been bolstered by the constant news this season about concussions, other serious injuries and violent hits.

The Revenue Split: The salary cap for the NFL (although there isn't one in effect this year) is determined by a percentage of total revenue for the league. The players get about 60% of this, although the owners skim about $1 to $1.5 billion off the top before the players get their slice. The owners want to give the players a lower percentage, or skim more like $2 to $2.5 billion off the top, before determining the salary cap. The owners cite the cost to build stadiums as the reason they need more money, and the players are saying, since when do workers pay for factories? Considering that the NFL rakes in cash, new stadiums add tons of new revenue streams, and not all owners have built new stadiums, or done so with their own loot, this is a shaky position for them to take.

Healthcare: It's no secret that healthcare for retired NFL players is a complete disgrace. That's not only terrible for the current crop of athletes, but it's drastically worse for the previous generations, who did not haul in millions of dollars to play to begin with. The NFLPA wants greatly improved health care benefits for previously retired and current players, a lower amount of time accrued to earn the health care, and other changes to the system.

Draft Pick Money: The top picks in the NFL draft get ridiculous levels of compensation, and earn tens of millions of dollars in signing bonuses before they ever play a down. Case in point, the Oakland Raiders just paid JaMarcus Russell(notes) $39 million in three years, yikes. The owners want a rookie pay scale, and the NFLPA would consider it, if the money saved there is put into veteran contracts or retiree pension plans and healthcare.
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NFL... maybe.

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[Healthcare: It's no secret that healthcare for retired NFL players is a complete disgrace. That's not only terrible for the current crop of athletes, but it's drastically worse for the previous generations, who did not haul in millions of dollars to play to begin with. The NFLPA wants greatly improved health care benefits for previously retired and current players, a lower amount of time accrued to earn the health care, and other changes to the system.
Having litigated these issues, I can tell you that the healthcare for recently-retired players (lets say last 10 years) is not a disgrace when compared to the rest of us. Maybe when compared to their astronomical and ridiculous salaries it is.

These guys continue to make decent money in their 401(k) plans, annuity programs, emergency funds, etc.
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These guys continue to make decent money in their 401(k) plans, annuity programs, emergency funds, etc.
And yet they go bankrupt all the time. Dermotti Dawson, Rocket Ismail, Deuce McAllister, Mark Brunell....
Granted there are plenty of examples of bad behavior causing this, like LT, Travis henry, Mike Vick...
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And yet they go bankrupt all the time. Dermotti Dawson, Rocket Ismail, Deuce McAllister, Mark Brunell....
Granted there are plenty of examples of bad behavior causing this, like LT, Travis henry, Mike Vick...
Plenty of people who make decent money go bankrupt. Making money unfortunately has little to do with spending money.

P.S. Has Deuce filed for bankruptcy?
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Plenty of people who make decent money go bankrupt. Making money unfortunately has little to do with spending money.

P.S. Has Deuce filed for bankruptcy?
Deuce owns a Nissan dealership that filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2009 and is being sued for almost $7 million by Nissan. I don't think he personally has filed for bankruptcy though.
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Deuce owns a Nissan dealership that filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2009 and is being sued for almost $7 million by Nissan. I don't think he personally has filed for bankruptcy though.
I know.

Regardless, it's a shame that so many of these guys don't have better financial sense or financial advisers. I know a lot of them try to do charities, which is truly wonderful, but you wish someone would tell them: hey, you don't need that $3M house, all those cars, and the foolish business ventures.
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after reading the articles, its looking like a strong possibility that nfl is done for for at least 1 season

NFL to get $5B without playing

NFL COULD LOSE $1 BILLION IF LOCKOUT OCCURS IN 2011
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Millionaire Crybabies that have lost touch with reality.


I hope the owners lock them out and hire scabs just to rub salt in the wound. These players have been milking the system for years and it's about time someone stood up to them.

This is why I no longer watch the NFL and appreciate the college game more.


The players are committing extortion. It's just that simple.

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I told myself I'd be better prepared to handle a lockout if the Pack won it all. They did.




But I'm ready for football now!
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after reading the articles, its looking like a strong possibility that nfl is done for for at least 1 season

NFL to get $5B without playing

NFL COULD LOSE $1 BILLION IF LOCKOUT OCCURS IN 2011
You can't believe anything that comes out of the union leaders or NFL's mouth. The NFL does not get $5 billion without playing. They get their TV money for the year but they have to pay that money back with interest if there's no games. It's not like it's free money. It is a lot of leverage for the league though because without that TV money a lot of owners could not afford their stadium mortgage payments without the TV money. The union is appealing the Special Master's decision that the NFL can receive that money. It should be resolved later this month.

I am fairly confident that the lockout will end fairly early. Neither side can afford a lockout and both sides are too smart. In addition I wouldn't be surprised if there's a mutiny from the 500+ players that are scheduled to be free agents and players due bonuses that causes the union to fold early. These players were counting on their bonuses and will be upset without the money. I see a lockout occurring on March 4 but I think it a new CBA is signed by late March/April.
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Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times Union reports that the Jaguars have opened long-term extension talks with free agent Marcedes Lewis.
Lewis, 27 in May, remained his usual dominant run-blocking self in 2010 while racking up career bests in catches (58), yards (700), and touchdowns (10). He had not scored more than two TDs in any previous season. The Jags should be a bit concerned with Lewis' sudden contract-year explosion, but they're not going to let him get away even if it means using the franchise tag.
Source - http://rotoworld.com/player/nfl/3615/marcedes-lewis
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ITS GONE

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Yeah it is…my post count and posts per day went down.

Wolvie’s is still @ 35/day!!
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Yeah it is…my post count and posts per day went down.

Wolvie’s is still @ 35/day!!
lol I didn't know it counted those
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