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I know an annoying Seahawks fan. The 12th fan lol
I get it, but it's hard for me to want a guy's team to win when he goes out of his way on a weekly basis just to taunt other people about their favorite teams losing. He was so obnoxious about it that we had to block him on Facebook lol.I know an extremely annoying Lions fan, but I don’t hate them (my oldest sister lol).
It's all good, man. I was really just messing with you. I don't care what teams y'all like and don't like. As a Patriots fan, I've learned to live quite well with people with differing views on teams. lolI get it, but it's hard for me to want a guy's team to win when he goes out of his way on a weekly basis just to taunt other people about their favorite teams losing. He was so obnoxious about it that we had to block him on Facebook lol.
In all honesty though, we haven't seen him in a while. So Green Bay will probably become more tolerable again once God Rodgers is out of the picture
This actually sounds pretty cool! Might actually give people, ya know... a reason to actually watch the Pro Bowl...The NFL will be testing out a new proposed rule change for the Pro Bowl.
After a successful field goal or extra point try attempt, the scoring team will have options with no kickoff.
The scoring team, Team A, will have the following options:
1. Team A may elect to give Team B the ball at Team B's 25-yard line, beginning a new series of downs with a first-and-10.
2. Team A may elect to take the ball at its own 25-yard line for a fourth-and-15 play.
If Team A is successful in making a first down, Team A will maintain possession and a new series of downs will continue as normal. If Team A is unsuccessful in making a first down, the result will be a turnover on downs and Team B will take possession at the dead-ball spot.
This rule tweak is the latest attempt to minimize kickoffs, which are among the most dangerous plays in football. The biggest challenge in curtailing kickoffs has always been the threat of getting rid of onside kick options, which would hinder a team's chance of retaining possession in a comeback attempt.
Allowing a team to try to retain possession, but with the threat of failure setting up their opponents in potential scoring range, would represent a massive rule change if adopted in regular-season play.
It makes plenty of sense. Brady himself has said he wanted to go to a team with a lot of weapons on offense. Enter the Bucs. They have Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, OJ Howard, Breshad Perriman, Ronald Jones, the list goes on and on. Their offensive line is top 10 in the league as well."Tom Brady to Tampa Bay"
'I'm sorry....what?' is the reaction I got. Makes NO sense to me, but ok I guess? Winston is either gonna be a 2nd and learn from the best or fight him for 1st and then demand a trade.