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    Norv & Wade do it again

    I know it's been well-proven with these two guys... but after today's developments, it's pretty much 100% confirmed.

    You simply CAN NOT continue with these guys at the helm, if you expect to truly challenge for a Super Bowl.
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    Re: Norv & Wade do it again

    Hold up a minute, Chargers have a chance.

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    Re: Norv & Wade do it again

    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL
    Hold up a minute, Chargers have a chance.

    Whether they win this or not, they have a vastly superior football team, an experienced playoff roster, home-field, and are well-rested. I know the Jets have a borderline dominant D, but all those other factors should be enough to get you through this round 8 times out of 10.
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    Re: Norv & Wade do it again

    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe
    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL
    Hold up a minute, Chargers have a chance.

    Whether they win this or not, they have a vastly superior football team, an experienced playoff roster, home-field, and are well-rested. I know the Jets have a borderline dominant D, but all those other factors should be enough to get you through this round 8 times out of 10.
    Not sure they have a vastly superior football team. I like to think all teams have the talent to win in the NFL. I guess if we have learned anything over the years it that experience, home field, and being well rested does not mean anything in the playoffs. Especially when the players give the ball away.

    Well game over. Jets live to fight another day.

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    Re: Norv & Wade do it again

    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL
    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe
    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL
    Hold up a minute, Chargers have a chance.

    Whether they win this or not, they have a vastly superior football team, an experienced playoff roster, home-field, and are well-rested. I know the Jets have a borderline dominant D, but all those other factors should be enough to get you through this round 8 times out of 10.
    Not sure they have a vastly superior football team. I like to think all teams have the talent to win in the NFL. I guess if we have learned anything over the years it that experience, home field, and being well rested does not mean anything in the playoffs. Especially when the players give the ball away.

    Well game over. Jets live to fight another day.
    Are you serious?
    I mean I'm don't want to get into a huge debate about this game, but...

    YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME.

    "Experience, home-field, and rest" does not mean anything? How many first-time playoff teams (as opposed to teams knocking at the game every year) break through and win on their first shot?

    How many teams with a rookie QB have gotten to the SB?

    How many wild-card teams win the SB?
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    If you play fantasy football, go to the FF forum here and read my thread. I'd appreciate some feedback on it.

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    Re: Norv & Wade do it again

    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe
    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL
    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe
    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL
    Hold up a minute, Chargers have a chance.

    Whether they win this or not, they have a vastly superior football team, an experienced playoff roster, home-field, and are well-rested. I know the Jets have a borderline dominant D, but all those other factors should be enough to get you through this round 8 times out of 10.
    Not sure they have a vastly superior football team. I like to think all teams have the talent to win in the NFL. I guess if we have learned anything over the years it that experience, home field, and being well rested does not mean anything in the playoffs. Especially when the players give the ball away.

    Well game over. Jets live to fight another day.
    Are you serious?
    I mean I'm don't want to get into a huge debate about this game, but...

    YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME.

    "Experience, home-field, and rest" does not mean anything? How many first-time playoff teams (as opposed to teams knocking at the game every year) break through and win on their first shot?

    How many teams with a rookie QB have gotten to the SB?

    How many wild-card teams win the SB?
    I don't believe any rookie QB's have made it to the SB. That would be a first if the Jets can defeat the Colts.

    The Giants and Steelers were the last two wild card teams to win the SB. The wild card Eagles and Ravens were in the conference championship games last season.

    I said all those things don't mean anything because the league is to a point where any team that makes the playoffs can win the SB. It may not be the "norm" but it can happen. Upsets happen all the time. That was my point.

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    "Norv" is a consummate choke-king, but some blame has to fall on the Charger's kicker, the dude looked like Ray Finkle out there tonight...

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    Re: Norv & Wade do it again

    Quote Originally Posted by anger 82&95
    "Norv" is a consummate choke-king, but some blame has to fall on the Charger's kicker, the dude looked like Ray Finkle out there tonight...
    I can't say the Chargers choked. The Jets D is tough. They blitz every down.
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    Re: Norv & Wade do it again

    Quote Originally Posted by anger 82&95
    "Norv" is a consummate choke-king, but some blame has to fall on the Charger's kicker, the dude looked like Ray Finkle out there tonight...
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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    Quote Originally Posted by anger 82&95
    "Norv" is a consummate choke-king, but some blame has to fall on the Charger's kicker, the dude looked like Ray Finkle out there tonight...
    I can't say the Chargers choked. The Jets D is tough. They blitz every down.
    Numerous false starts, a snap over the QB's head, three missed FGs and the untimely personal foul by Phillips... not very focused.

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