Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby traderdave » Mon Feb 04, 2019 10:52 am

rolex wrote:In my lifetime; sorry PC, you're not that old
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Who was your baseball team in 1980 (or 2008)?
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby Bucky » Mon Feb 04, 2019 10:54 am

i was wondering who that 2nd person was who had me on ignore
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby Uncle Milty » Mon Feb 04, 2019 10:57 am

Like there's only 2
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby Warszawa » Mon Feb 04, 2019 12:04 pm

Not real impressed with Brady. He's an OK quarterback but to me this Dynasty is all Belichick
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby heyeaglefn » Mon Feb 04, 2019 12:05 pm

Warszawa wrote:Not real impressed with Brady. He's an OK quarterback but to me this Dynasty is all Belichick

It's crazy because after last year's SB most thought the opposite after what Brady did and how Doug pulled down Bill's pants.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby thephan » Mon Feb 04, 2019 12:08 pm

traderdave wrote:
rolex wrote:In my lifetime; sorry PC, you're not that old
Warriors/Sixers-3
Phillies-1
Flyers-2
Eagles-4 (two that I actually remember)


Who was your baseball team in 1980 (or 2008)?


I sort of laughed at this because I went 1-2-2-1... hey wait...
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby phillychuck » Mon Feb 04, 2019 12:22 pm

rolex wrote:In my lifetime; sorry PC, you're not that old
Warriors/Sixers-3
Phillies-1
Flyers-2
Eagles-4 (two that I actually remember)


I was using my "sports-aware" lifetime, starting after the pre-superbowl eagles' championships. The earliest one I actually remember is the '67 Sixers. Loved that team. Thought they'd never lose again.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby The Savior » Mon Feb 04, 2019 12:26 pm

Bucky wrote:were you legally dead but then recovered in either 1980 or 2008


lol
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby TenuredVulture » Mon Feb 04, 2019 12:54 pm

Ads ranked: Google; Hyundai; Washington Post.

Still nothing compared to Mean Joe Green. (Was that even a superbowl ad?)
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby stevelxa476 » Mon Feb 04, 2019 1:03 pm

TenuredVulture wrote:Ads ranked: Google; Hyundai; Washington Post.

Still nothing compared to Mean Joe Green. (Was that even a superbowl ad?)


Yes and no. It debuted in October, but re-aired during the Super Bowl.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby TenuredVulture » Mon Feb 04, 2019 3:30 pm

And probably the most interesting ad was the Hulu ad for the 3rd season of The Handmaid's Tale. Directly quoting from Reagan's famous (and brilliant) 1984 It's Morning in America Ad was provocative to say the least.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby The B1G Piece » Mon Feb 04, 2019 3:46 pm

Listening to the some of the national media, are we just going to ignore the fact McVay got completely owned by Bill and Dug scored 41 #$!&@ points with a backup QB and won????

Also, props to the Eagles showing the rest of the NFL how to contain the Rams offense.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby Soren » Mon Feb 04, 2019 3:48 pm

The B1G Piece wrote:Listening to the some of the national media, are we just going to ignore the fact McVay got completely owned by Bill and Dug scored 41 #$!&@ points with a backup QB and won????

Also, props to the Eagles showing the rest of the NFL how to contain the Rams offense.


To say McVay got pantsed would be an insult to the concept of being pantsed. He was humiliated in the biggest game of his life and had no answers.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby CalvinBall » Mon Feb 04, 2019 3:51 pm

kinda hope all of his offensive quality control coaches who got HC jobs flame out real hard
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby heyeaglefn » Mon Feb 04, 2019 3:54 pm

The B1G Piece wrote:Listening to the some of the national media, are we just going to ignore the fact McVay got completely owned by Bill and Dug scored 41 #$!&@ points with a backup QB and won????

Also, props to the Eagles showing the rest of the NFL how to contain the Rams offense.

Honestly think the Lions game was the one that was the blueprint used. Rams ended up scoring late in that game but they were shut down compared to what they had done all year. Then the Bears and Eagles each played them well.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby Grotewold » Mon Feb 04, 2019 4:03 pm

heyeaglefn wrote:
The B1G Piece wrote:Listening to the some of the national media, are we just going to ignore the fact McVay got completely owned by Bill and Dug scored 41 #$!&@ points with a backup QB and won????

Also, props to the Eagles showing the rest of the NFL how to contain the Rams offense.

Honestly think the Lions game was the one that was the blueprint used. Rams ended up scoring late in that game but they were shut down compared to what they had done all year. Then the Bears and Eagles each played them well.


They might have done some things, but the Rams scored 30 and Gurley ran for 123 yards. He only eclipsed 48 once thereafter
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby heyeaglefn » Mon Feb 04, 2019 4:11 pm

Grotewold wrote:
heyeaglefn wrote:
The B1G Piece wrote:Listening to the some of the national media, are we just going to ignore the fact McVay got completely owned by Bill and Dug scored 41 #$!&@ points with a backup QB and won????

Also, props to the Eagles showing the rest of the NFL how to contain the Rams offense.

Honestly think the Lions game was the one that was the blueprint used. Rams ended up scoring late in that game but they were shut down compared to what they had done all year. Then the Bears and Eagles each played them well.


They might have done some things, but the Rams scored 30 and Gurley ran for 123 yards. He only eclipsed 48 once thereafter

I'm not even talking about shutting down Gurley, I am talking about handling the Rams receivers and not letting Goff kill you on play action. I think that's the key with stopping the Rams.

Lions don't have the personnel of the Bears or Eagles so they had no chance of stopping Gurley. CJ Anderson ran wild against Cards and Niners but Goff didn't look the same imo starting with the Lions game.

Goff only threw for 207 yards in that game with 1 TD and 1 INT, he had 413, 319, 391, 295, the previous 4 and games of 354, 465, and 321 earlier in the season.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby Grotewold » Mon Feb 04, 2019 4:13 pm

heyeaglefn wrote:I'm not even talking about shutting down Gurley, I am talking about handling the Rams receivers and not letting Goff kill you on play action. I think that's the key with stopping the Rams.


But that's a lot easier with their all-world RB hampered (for whatever reason). Separate from that I agree Goff tailed off badly down the stretch and generally think he needs for everything to be clicking.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby heyeaglefn » Mon Feb 04, 2019 4:15 pm

Grotewold wrote:
heyeaglefn wrote:I'm not even talking about shutting down Gurley, I am talking about handling the Rams receivers and not letting Goff kill you on play action. I think that's the key with stopping the Rams.


But that's a lot easier with their all-world RB hampered (for whatever reason). Separate from that I agree Goff tailed off badly down the stretch and generally think he needs for everything to be clicking.

Yeah I think 2 weeks of Prep helped the Patriots, Anderson and Gurley ran wild against Dallas but I don't know if Gurley hurt himself in that game again or what happened.
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Re: Super Bowl LIII: Patriots vs Rams

Postby heyeaglefn » Mon Feb 04, 2019 4:18 pm

One thing the Lions, Bears and Eagles all did was to shutdown the big play of the Rams in the air. Lions high was 67 yards by Woods, Bears was 61 yards by Woods, Eagles was 76 by Gurley.

Don't let them hit a play action over the top like they did earlier in the season on a lot of teams. Gurley going to eat but make them go 12 plays and not 5.

Saints and Patriots did a good job of that too. McVay going to have to come up with some new wrinkles next year.
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