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Around the League Tweets – Week One

| September 13th, 2016

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Around the League Tweets return!

(Until I get bored with them and stop in like Week 4.)

1/10. Welcome back, NFL. There’s nothing like you.


2/10. Pats went on the road, to one of the best teams in the league, and won with their backup QB making his first start. Fucking Belichick.


3/10. Pats now have 3 at home. Dolphins. Texans. Bills. They won’t be any worse than 3-1 when the greatest QB of all-time rejoins them.


4/10. Jets had 7 sacks Sunday & they get Sheldon Richardson back Thursday. 2nd best defensive line in sport ain’t in the same stratosphere.


5/10. Alex Smith is a Checkdown Charlie but when a team asks him to light it up, he constantly shows he can. 2nd half Sunday was brilliant.


6/10. If Peterson doesn’t dominate, Vikings offense doesn’t work. Not sure switching from one stink bomb QB to another will make difference.


7/10. Indy is going to waste Andrew Luck’s career by tying him to the worst GM/coach combination in the league. They get worse every year.


8/10. Feels like Jeff Fisher is sitting Jared Goff at this point to simply buy himself another year. Blaine Gabbert just beat him by 4 TDs.


9/10. If Josh Norman is worth a zillion dollars, why is Bashaud Breeland covering the great Antonio Brown? (NFL coaches ain’t that smart.)


10/10. Colin Kaepernick has found the best way possible to get the football public on his side: a feud with Trent Dilfer.

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  • GPLDAN

    I found an excellent new sign for Willbest’s office:

    http://tinyurl.com/jpu3dvz

    • willbest

      Love it, but probably a violation of my lease agreement.

    • willbest

      There is a back story on this. It was a sign in some town in Maine, and the reason it became a national thing is some tourist was “triggered” by the sign. So somebody that doesn’t live there is harassing a resident.

  • BerwynBomber

    Gym Shorts is the DC for the Iggles. Maybe many of you already knew. I did not. (Just found out last night during my stupid fan scouting routine.)

    • CanadaBear

      Yeah, I’m wondering if the wide 9 will be much of an issue for Leno or Massie? Get them even further out into space. Gotta expect something dirty, too. Not sure this team has been around long enough to remember all the bs when Shorts was with the Loins.

      • willbest

        2013, so only like 9 players have been around that long. Only Long on the o-line.

  • GPLDAN

    Feels like Jeff Fisher is sitting Jared Goff at this point to simply buy himself another year. Blaine Gabbert just beat him by 4 TDs.

    I think this is a shrewd insight by Jeffs.

    The Rams SUUUCK. The one thing they thought they had, a D line, got blasted, Donald got doubled and nobody else can do anything. Case Keenum has one weapon, Austin, and he’s not a possession wideout.

    I wanted to say to that guy at the end of Hard Knocks, #9 who was cut as a wideout, and was on his 4th team trying to make the bubble, I wanted to say – dude, if you can’t cut it as a wideout on THIS team, you are not NFL caliber. Hang it up. Start the Uber job.

    The center they kept over Kush, whatever. The line cannot block.

    So tank Goff. The GM has got to be breathing down Fisher’s neck on this. He can use it as his excuse and offer up Greg Robinson to take the hit on D.

    • willbest

      I think Fisher is going to get fired mid-season.

      • MB30SD

        it wouldn’t shock me

      • BearDown100393

        Fisher won’t be fired until all the ducks are lined in a row regarding the construction and establishing the team logistics in LA. Until then, IMO he is safe.

        • BerwynBomber

          Decent theory but that would contingent upon the LA Rams not being embarrassing under Fisher. Last night they were embarrassing.

        • Yeah. The Rams are just gonna try for market credibility first (and for some reason, “Fisher” still is credible to most casual fans).

          They’ll scrap everything next year, or after that.

          Also, L.A. doesn’t put up with losers. Ppl think everyone here is laidback, but ppl have L.A. pride and won’t put up with a team that embarrass the city (except for the Clippers who are like the court jester) . Eventually, shit will hit the fan.

          Who knows. Maybe Magic-Gretsky-Lasorda buy team

  • BerwynBomber

    ESPN Power Rankings has the Cheese #1. (Yeah, okay.) They jumped six spots for beating JAX on the road. NE, at #2, only jumped two for beating ARI on the road with a 25 year old QB making his first career start and no Gronk.

    So yes beating JAX on the road with your full complement of starters is more impressive than beating ARI on the road while missing three of your key starters (Brady, Gronk and Ninkovich), two of whom will one day be in the HoF. Got it.

    • CanadaBear

      Besides all the usual reasons the Fudgies get the soft treatment from the media, Erin’s TD passes were insane and on a continual loop in the media. That’s all I got. Like you, I’m baffled.

      • BerwynBomber

        Oh yeah. They were unbelievable plays by Rodgers. The dude plays QB like I have never seen the position played. And even if he plays for a rival, I still marvel at the guy. But c’mon. The Cheese as a whole? I’m not even sure they have a better team than MIN.

        And yeah I get that Rodgers makes anything a possibility but the over-ranking of the entire team (especially this early) is laughable.

        • MB30SD

          100%

    • willbest

      Look at it this way, the fall will be all that more spectacular.

    • BillW

      As annoying as it is to many, especially Bear’s fans, I suspect there is a certain “charm” that the Packers have across the country. Small market – clearly steeped in tradition – college atmosphere – publically owned – very anti-corporate.

      And back-to-back HOF Qbs adds to (or maybe creates) this. It’s the marquee position, and while I hate that it is so disproportionately important, and that the rules continue to make it MORE so despite very few teams having a decent one – the general NFL public doesn’t seem to care.

      GB gets it. They will likely have a premier QB to follow Rodgers eventually. You can bet they have a scouting staff focused on that above anything else.

      And with the NFC essentially up for grabs, Rodgers makes them near even money to get their again.

      I never really saw it until I realize that’s sort of what Epstein did with the Red Sox and now the Cubs. Keep the team in the conversation year after year and the fan base only grows bigger.

    • SC Dave

      First four letters and i stopped reading.

  • MB30SD

    #2, so much #2.

    It’s just fucking ridiculous… and they didn’t even mention gronk.

  • Sauron’s right eyeball

    #1 100%

  • BerwynBomber

    6/10. If Peterson doesn’t dominate, Vikings offense doesn’t work. Not sure switching from one stink bomb QB to another will make difference.

    True but they might be like the (good) Lovie teams in that their D will keep them in most games and even give them a good shot of winning most games. The only difference is we had Hester. Who was either instant ST offense or instant decent field position.

    For a few years there it seemed like every drive of ours started at no worse than our 35 or 40.

    • willbest

      So I read that the Titans stuffed the box and made Shaun Hill beat them. And that is all well and good, but AP used to laugh at that strategy. Now I also read that the minny o-line wasn’t good so perhaps the combination of the two. Or maybe age caught AP. However, I would note, AP has had a game or two like this before, so perhaps it was just an aberration.

      • BerwynBomber

        Well, AP is 31 or 32, I think. So yeah, gotta assume he slows any game/year now. He’s a freak, of course, but time is time and the rb position always exact its toll.

        S. Hill might become one of the few QBs who is benched after a win.

      • AP also NEVER plays even one snap in PS.

        Could be a combo of all.

        If he weren’t in the division and a nutwhipping abuser, I’d mourn his demise.

        • willbest

          He is looking like the last RB to enter Canton, they just don’t have the careers they used to.

          • BerwynBomber

            “He is looking like the last RB to enter Canton”

            That’s a decent point. Never thought of it that way. Doubt it will remain true. But AP is definitely a throwback.

          • Not sure. RBBC is somewhat of a trend, but generational backs are – well – generational.

            Other younger HBs that if healthy might enter Canto.

            Jamaal Charles

            HB that could if he keeps up pace for a few more years

            Forte

            HB that shows promise and wouldn’t surprise if they became HOF

            Gurley
            Doug Martin
            LeVeon Bell
            Zeke
            Some lower rounder, maybe David Johnson

          • willbest

            Bell keeps getting suspended.

          • If he stays off the ganja, he should be productive, esp in that O.
            However, he’s already inj too. So, who knows?

            But like I said, if those guys remain healthy (and un-suspended) they should contend for HOF.

  • willbest

    I find it amazing that in 2 weeks we went from the RNC holding a meeting for a Trump contingency plan because he was going to get slaughtered to the DNC holding the same meeting because Clinton will get slaughtered. Both are/were fools errands though.

  • Speaking of Belichick, I have 2 thoughts there:

    1) Please don’t let Chicago be the team who overpays for the next Matt Cassel when the Pats trade Garappolo next offseason.

    2) Josh McDaniels is a brilliant offensive mind. Pats O has always been at its peak when he’s the OC there. Too bad he’s a giant douchecanoe, because watching him work to develop Cutler and put him in positions to succeed in Denver would have been fun (though it worked out nicely for the Bears).

    • Sactowns#1

      Or we could have just drafted the guy. Ugh.

      • willbest

        Cutler was drafted 11th, we were drafting 26th that year. Bears could have drafted Joe Flacco in 2008, but opted for Chris Williams instead. Because reasons.

        • GPLDAN

          They tried to make Williams a guard. Ugh.

        • Sactowns#1

          I mean we could have drafted Jimmy G.

          • BerwynBomber

            Jimmy G’s a nice W1 story but let’s not get carried away. Right now, he’s more evidence of Belichick brilliance than anything else. And I think he played very well Sun night. But we have seen this script before with a Belichick team: Matt Cassel.

          • How do you think Jimmy G would have done under Birdcage?

            See.

            We need a hotshot HC/OC first.

            The rest is academic.

    • willbest

      Did it? Cutler is better than the murders row of QBs went through here in the last 2 decades but he also extended the Lovie/Angelo era and is probably the reason for the Emery/Trestman era as well. A hypothetical world where we didn’t trade for Cutler in 2009 and instead signed Ryan Fitzpatrick might have yielded say Andy Dalton in 2011 but without losing all those picks.

      • BerwynBomber

        Yup, the questions after 2014 might arise anew if we are not a serious SB contender the next two years — basically, what again was the reason we weren’t trying to develop a young QB the last three years?

        Time will tell …

        • willbest

          Yep. I like Cutler, if you put a good defense around him, and give him something to work with on offense you can win a SB with him. But if there isn’t a meaningful game in week 16 this year then they should have traded Cutler. And I am not saying traded him last year when his value was at an all time low. But this year… there was serious value to be had. But that would have only worked if they had drafted say a Trevor Siemian last year.

    • BearDown100393

      At some point New England will have to keep a young QB. The only player exempt (to this point) from Belichick’s principle of cutting a player a year too soon rather than a year too late has been Tom Brady.

      • Sactowns#1

        So youre saying theres a chance we could get Tom Terrific?

        • BearDown100393

          When he’s 60.

      • Sauron’s right eyeball

        Very interesting trade scenario could happen at some point. Has Brady ever been franchised?

        • willbest

          Why would he need to be franchised, he is clearly willing to work below market rates. He could make $27 million a year for any other team. He likes where he is and because of his wife and his endorsement his check from the pats is no more than 20% of their annual income.

          • Sauron’s right eyeball

            Just curious.

          • MB30SD

            Yep. Insane. Money means nada to that guy now.

            #warmbootsontheotherhand

      • I believe Brady’s $$ is fully guaranteed for 2 more years after this one.

    • Was thinking the same about McDaniels.

      Did he learn from his experience? Lots of coaches (including Bill) bomb the first time around.

      If McDaniels wants to come to Chicago with Garrapolo, and some of that Pat infrastructure, wouldn’t you take that?

      • AlbertInTucson

        SOME great coordinators just make lousy head coaches.

        • Not Dave Toub. He’s a HOF head coach.

        • MB30SD

          I can think of one specifically off the top of my mind

          #cannotplaywithhim

      • Captain Obvious

        What is the success rate of Belichek’s assistants? It’s pretty grim.

        Plus, McDaniels drafted Tebow. In the 1st round.

        McDaniels might be a good offensive mind, but I don’t want him within 100 miles of the Bears.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Take that last sentence, put it away in a box in a darkened room somewhere buried deep beneath the grasslands of Outer Mongolia.

    • AlbertInTucson

      It’s only 1 start but, considering Brady’s age, Garappolo sure looks the part of “Heir Apparent.”

    • MB30SD

      He is a massive dickbag. Massive.

      Him, muffin, urban, and saban.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Josh. Watt. Cushing. My top three chode-guzzlers. And William Hayes for being a moron that earns six million dollars year.

  • GPLDAN

    Hillary has Parkison’s?

    • willbest

      Don’t think she has admitted to such. She just can’t recall the number of times she has fainted, and Bill Clinton said it happened “frequently” before he corrected himself and said “rarely”

    • Something’s up with the bitch.

      And Trump proving the old axiom that assholes live forever.

      • willbest

        Don’t worry, hell will spit her back out if she momentarily dies.

      • Irish Sweetness

        If that happened, is that Sanders in then?

    • AlbertInTucson
      • AlbertInTucson

        Guy has keep himself in the news since nobody went and saw his movie.

        • MB30SD

          It wasn’t bad

      • Sauron’s right eyeball

        The spouse is always the prime suspect isn’t he? He he

        #partylikesit’s1999

    • Sauron’s right eyeball

      Nah! She’s been taking advice from Vincente “the chin” Gigante!

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nsRYf66ZMGA

  • You ever poop so hard you think you see god?

    • GPLDAN
    • willbest

      I was in Shanghai about 15 years ago and had some Szechwan food there, and I was definitely asking for favors from him while sitting on the can.

      • MB30SD

        man that joint’s on my list. Would love that place. I eat some crazy shit. the weirder the better

        • willbest

          When I was there it was miserable, 90 something degrees and 140% humid (roughly). I stepped out of the airport and within 2 seconds was drenched head to toe in sweat. It was the exact opposite of Chicago where its 0 with minus 40 windchill and your nose hairs freeze the second you step outside.

          Apart from that, it was a pretty neat place. You had the juxtaposition of 3rd world aluminum hut shanty towns right near some of the most impressive buildings in the world. Talk about gentrification. In fact, this was around the time that the proposed plans for replacing WTC were being submitted, and I thought it kind of funny because many of of the proposed building had versions of them built in Shanghai already.

        • Sactowns#1

          I’m going to Chengdu this year. Come with.

          • Yeah, MB.

            Why don’t you step in the back alley and fantasize about Sac’s Chengdu.

          • willbest

            how did you decide on that?

          • Sactowns#1

            Unesco world heritage food site plus it reminds me of Sacramento. On top of that I can catch a quick flight to Laos from there.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Tuk Tuk drivers got what you need.

          • MB30SD

            when, how long, for what?

            Wanna swing by Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia on the way there or back? (those are the top 3 on my list)

      • don’t they have nice terlets there, though? warm seats and bidets and such? not the worst place to shoot bullets from the old dirt rifle.

    • BearDown100393

    • Irish Sweetness

      Ocho Cinco : I see him in the mirror every day brutha.

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  • 1. JEsss (and Welcome back FF!)
    2. Don’t forget scrub OTs and no Nikovich or Gronk!
    3. Maybe
    4. Yup. And somehow, the Jets still found a way to lose.
    5. Ever since Alex Smith went toe-to-toe with Brees in the playoffs a few yrs back, knew he COULD light it up.
    But something prevents coaches from asking this from him on a weekly basis
    6. Vikes got lucky. What did AP avg, like 2 yds/attempt? Is he finally human? No-Diggity would be a star on another team.
    7. Like I said, by this time next year Luck will be a Cutty-clone, complete with cig and cargo pants.
    8. Whyyyyyyy does Fisher keep getting jobs? They should put that question up in the Millennial math problems where the best minds get offered a million bucks and immortality to solve the unsolvable.
    9. Randy Moss actually gave a plausible explanation to Josh sticking to LCB. he said that they move around Brown so much, that if he were to follow him (including in the slot and backfield) the rest of the secondary would have to know exactly what their assignment is in the flux. Seems to be implying they were too stupid or not in synch enough yet. Don’t buy it, but it’s interesting.
    10. Next time some black guy gets shot in the face for little reason, I hope the same ppl get as outraged as when Kap kneeled. Something tells me they won’t. Fist in the air.

  • Bears-4-Ever

    OK, THIS IS FUNNY. Thank Baby Jeebus you are a BEARS FAN in Lieu of a Rams Fan…

    https://soundcloud.com/101sports/mike-greenberg-goes-off-on-rams-and-stan-kroenke-after-loss-to-49ers

  • BerwynBomber

    After W1 top dogs for the short leash are as follows:

    1. Jeff Fisher
    2. Chuck Pagano
    3. Jay Gruden

    • AlbertInTucson

      Questions for the ages…

      1) What is the meaning of life?

      2) Are we alone in the universe?

      3) Is there a God?

      4) How is Jeff Fisher still a head coach?

      • BerwynBomber

        Yeah, he makes Lovie’s Bears tenure look like a model of brevity.

        • GPLDAN

          Easily the most successful Bear of the 1980s.

          • GPLDAN

            Runners up:

            Singletary
            Leslie Frazier
            Emery Moorehead
            Hampton
            Thayer

          • Chico?

          • GPLDAN

            Doh. Thanks. I knew I missed something big. I guess you could put WIllie Gault in there. Barely.

          • That’s ok.
            I know you’re still recovering from the FF loss

            #D-Willy!

          • MB30SD

            Ruthless.

            I don’t have the kids all weekend and I’m actually going to watch an entire bears game!!!

          • Cormonster

            They don’t play until Monday night bro. First Bears game I’ll see this year, and probably the only one until week 5 or 6.

            The only game I seen part of this week was the Rams game. Just brutal. Hopefully the rest of the games this week weren’t as terrible.

            I thought about getting NFL game pass, but the league has pissed me off so much the last few years that I can’t get myself to pay for it, even though it’s only a 100 bucks.

          • MB30SD

            Keep forgetting my maings. I’ll see em Monday night… AND the Vikings, packers, and lions loose sunday!!

            And i get it, but you get you some!

          • Cormonster

            That’s right, I can watch the Vikings and Packers Sunday night. Fuck the Packers! Go Vikings, kill Rodgers!

          • AlbertInTucson

            That was, by far, the worst game of the weekend.

      • willbest

        Be fruitful and multiply
        No
        Yes
        blackmail

        • Irish Sweetness

          Cromartie and Urlacher must be your gurus!

      • BearDown100393

        1) Da Bears
        2) Yes
        3) No
        4) See 3)

      • Irish Sweetness

        1) Don’t know.
        2) Being alone, mathematically improbable into the 99th percentile.
        3) Don’t know.
        4) The ‘stache.

    • BearDown100393

      Bruce Arians.

      Just because.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Man did Fisher screw the pooch. Supposedly good defense and Todd Gurley, what can go wrong? I can see Gurley busting out. Not saying he will. He could run for 2000 this season, but he’s a headcase way up in his own head.

  • AlbertInTucson

    “7/10. Indy is going to waste Andrew Luck’s career by tying him to the worst GM/coach combination in the league. They get worse every year.”

    They’ve gone from “Suck for Luck” to Suck WITH Luck.”

    • BearDown100393

      The Browns are still in the NFL right?

      • Irish Sweetness

        Most successful team ever in a ten-year period!

        #OttoTough

  • AlbertInTucson

    ESPN saddled us with Chris Berman for play-by-play so it’s only fair he got the worst game of week one to call.

    Berman from last night: “Here’s a long punt, short.”

  • BearDown100393

    “Kevin White looks good in first gameThe Bears wideout
    successfully rebounded after having surgery for a leg stress fracture
    last season. John Clayton still wants to see White develop a better
    rapport with QB Jay Cutler. ” – ESPN.com

    • Basically, every other highly regarded rookie WR looked better than White on his first game.

      • SC Dave

        ESPN… ’nuff said

        • Sauron’s right eyeball

          Yep.

      • Sauron’s right eyeball

        I wonder what would happen to fan bases if sports reporters actually told the truth. Ze brand! Ze Brand!

        #jaymarriotiformersportscolumnist

    • Sauron’s right eyeball

      Cloudy with a chance of sunshine?

      • MB30SD

        Cloudy with a chance of meatballs

        Steeeeeeve!!

        • Irish Sweetness

          They have no idea of the films we have to watch – although they all seem written for adults anyway. Twice in ‘Frozen’, Elsa asks Cristoff if he’s going to ‘take her up the north passage’. Well I do declare …

          • MB30SD

            Yep. I actually really like most of them. And they’re totally written for us.

            Just took mine to The Wild Life… an interesting adaption about the robinson caruso… with animals. I was meh, they liked it.

            We liked angry birds… the Mighty Eagle is my fav: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Yycsufv2KQ

            Dooo it! Doooo iiiiit!

    • bigrobstunner

      De he watch the game…..

      • AlbertInTucson

        Apparently, not.

        • maybe “he looks good” means he didn’t re-injure himself or his biceps were real swole.

          • Scharfinator

            Yeah, his shin didn’t explode so that is good.

  • SC Dave

    #3. Best of all time => Otto Graham.

    • BerwynBomber

      I was going to say Graham or Montana. The thing about each, they were true outliers in regard to their passer ratings in comparison to their eras (S. Young was another).

      Brady certainly deserves to be in the conversation, but I still think the Pats are more about Belichick than Brady. But the one thing Brady will have in his favor (if not a fifth SB) is longevity. And there is something to be said about that when a high level is maintained.

      • That Guy

        You don’t create a dynasty like that with just one or two good people. Bellichik is the architect, Brady is the captain, and they have had multiple supporting stars over the years. Right now the most visible star is Gronk.

        In San Fran (the best comparison), you had Walsh, Montana and Rice all at the peak of their positions.

        Great QBs win one or two (P Manning, Rogers). Great coaches win one or two (Gruden, Coughlin). Great ensembles win one or two (85 Bears, Ravens). When you can put all three together, you have a dynasty.

        • BerwynBomber

          P. Manning was blessed in terms of SBs. He played average-to-lousy in four of them and still managed to win two.

          But otherwise agree with your post.

          I was merely talking about efficiency ratings — that Montana and Graham are huge outliers of their era. Brady is near the top of his but not an outlier. But his longevity will be in terms of maintaining his quality of play.

          Somebody I’m sure would suggest Unitas deserves to be in the conversation.

      • Irish Sweetness

        I’ll go with that. Montana was a bit more than Brady for me. In Joe’s day he was the best. There was no argument. Kelly was solid. Marino had his fans. There were quite a few good QBs then, but Joe was the best. Brady as always had Manning, Brees and Big Ben in his conversation. Ben might be the one to push his name further up the board this season, he was awesome against the Skins.

        Otto is hard to compare but I’ve always rspected him even though I never saw him play. To me it’s still the greatest career of anyone that’s ever played in the NFL. Made the ‘Super Bowl every year of ten, winning 7. An unbeatable record surely.

        Comparing achievements, you’d have to give it to Otto.

  • willbest

    RB raheem mostert to the practice squad. I know zero about him but Boilermakers represent!

  • MB30SD
    • MB30SD
    • willbest

      Do you realize that over half the NFL players have never known a world where the Simpsons didn’t exist?

      ed. I remember when we would get in trouble at school for wearing “Eat my shorts” t-shirts.

      • MB30SD

        Hmmmm…

      • “underachiever and proud of it” shirts were banned at PS4.

        • MB30SD

          You have relegated yourself to the roll of literary sniper Evan.

          As your nice Jewish mother would say… you’re so much more than that evan… boobie.

          • season’s just getting started. the engines are warming up. takes a minute to break free from the offseason slumber.

            plus people are supporting trump around here. it’s taking me a minute to come to terms with that. 😉

        • Irish Sweetness

          Ralph Wiggum: I failed English?? That’s unpossible!

          • Frummerly

            it was actually “Me fail English? That’s unpossible”

  • Irish Sweetness

    Watching Hard Knocks Rams I wondered how those defensive players play under those assholes coaching them. It seems they don’t.

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