thavoice

On Jan 20, 2022:

thavoice replied to "NFL Divisional round pick 'em" at 04:11 pm
posted by justincredible

I'm not. I don't have a heart.

Or a brain.


Or a soul

thavoice replied to "NFL Divisional round pick 'em" at 03:55 pm
posted by justincredible

Only 2 of us picking the Bengals so far. Weak.

They are used to losing, but they got the easier of the draw this weekend in the AFC.   

My remaining AFC....

CHEFS

Bills

Bengals

Titans.

thavoice replied to "Random Travel Thread" at 02:30 pm

Have to be in Kentucky for two weeks.  Then possibly Nashville the week after, thinking about bowing out of the Nashville which sucks, my all time fav city.

thavoice replied to "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 02:29 pm
posted by BR1986FB

Pittsburgh will have roughly 40m in cap space.


True.

Think they have around 15-20 in dead money for BRs, JuJus and other salaries.


BR got the Stillers 2 SBs, which equalled his 2 rape accusations.

What about signing Watson....that should lead to a decade plus of success, right?

thavoice replied to "NFL Divisional round pick 'em" at 02:27 pm

10. Chefs

9. Packers

8. Rams/Bucs OVER

7. Chefs/Bills OVER

6. 49ers/Packers UNDER

5. Bengals.

4. Burrow

3. Brady

2. Bengals/Tits UNDER

1.  Rams


43 points




On Jan 17, 2022:

thavoice replied to "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 04:00 pm
posted by friendfromlowry

Minshew wouldn’t be a bad option. At least considering some of the other options (like roll the dice with Rudolph and whoever that other guy is) 

Rudolfs arm strength is just not there.   He basically lobs the ball to the outside.   Dennis Haskins work ethic is so poor, by all reports.  Neither is the answer, even short term.


GM is reportedly retiring after the draft.  I would imagine that they get the pick of the litter for his replacement.   The defense was gashed this year, but I think with a good offense they dont look nearly as bad.   


BRs $ come off the books and we are not even close to the cap.   If a solid vet is there and not outrageous...who knows.    

thavoice replied to "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 02:15 pm
posted by justincredible

You know what, I think you're right. I'm beginning to think this didn't actually happen...

I would have seen him if it did happen.   He musta been at a game in early October for pink cancer day.


Pardon my take is a fraud, and a liar.

thavoice repped a post in "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 02:13 pm
posted by thavoice
I dont think that is even the Raiders game.....

You know what, I think you're right. I'm beginning to think this didn't actually happen...

thavoice replied to "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 02:13 pm
posted by friendfromlowry

So, wish list for QB for Steelers next year? Try and land a big FA? Or mediocre one while developing a draft pick?

I dont want to mortgage the future for an aging FA.  Who realistically is out there?

Ryan and Wilson.   Rodgers aint going anywhere.


The way I look at it, the AFC is going to be ruled by the Bengals, Chefs and Bills for the foreseabble future and we aint going to compete against those teams so I am looking at it in a different way.   $$$$

*Josh Allen:  Only a 16 million cap hit next year, but goes to 40 million in 2023 and 50 million by 2025.

*Mahomey: 7.5 this year.  35 mill in 2022.   46m in 2023 and into the future escalates.


Both of them signed monster deals but were cap friendly for the few few.


The rub is going to be the Bengals.  What we expect to see is BDJ getting a huge deal in a couple of years.  I expect after the 2022 season he will sign his deal, and like the others it will be cap friendly for the first few.



This puts the Chefs/Bills at a severe cap hit in 2023 and beyond.  Burrow is likely to not hit his cap hell # until 2025 at the earliest, and likely not unti 2026.


QBs with top ten cap hits and win a SB:

Brady in 2021 at 25 million. (5th highest cap)

Manning, with the Broncos.

Manning in 2006

E. Manning in 2007.

Brad Johnson in 2002.


"Of the last 15 Super Bowl winners the average winning quarterback salary was 8 percent of their team’s overall cap. Conversely the average of the top five quarterback salaries averaged 15 percent of the team’s cap of the same year."


None of this means anything, but it can mean everything.   


LIke it or not, the Bengals just may be in line to have the most successful team over the next decade.  NFC will have Rodgers and Brady retiring soon, with Allen and Mahomes contracts hindering what talent they can keep down the road.


Now..to the Stillers.     I dont watch CFB enough to know if any of those guys have much of a chance to be NFL stars.   I almost would rather the team truly address other positions that, if done correctly, solidify the spot for a long time and make sure they get a QB in the next couple of years, the right one.   


As for Pickett....with him being in the building that CAN help them to know if he truly is the guy, or it can hurt because sometimes you overvalue players close to you.


Moving FWD...I see it being KC and GB in the SB and I would be rooting for the old dude Rodgers to cement himself into the NFL elite once again.   

thavoice replied to "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 01:53 pm
posted by justincredible

I dont think that is even the Raiders game.....

On Jan 14, 2022:

thavoice replied to "NFL Wild Card round pick 'em" at 11:23 am

Bengals  (3)

Patriots (10)

Bucs (4)

Cowboys (2)

Rams (1)

Chefs (5)

On Jan 12, 2022:

thavoice replied to "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 10:38 am
posted by BR1986FB

No, Boomer's a dickhead. Almost every one of those former Bengals who are currently announcers (Boomer, Collinsworth, Dave Lapham) are assholes. Lapham might be the worst.

Love listening to Lapham and Horde on wlw.,

I think your browns allegiances and biases are clouding your judgement.  They are hometown guys on their hometown channels..they are supposed to be homers.

thavoice replied to "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 10:36 am
posted by justincredible

Why are they assholes?

I know a lot of people don't like Collinsworth, but I do.

Same.

I dont get it, maybe it is the overly sensitive Stiller fans who think he was 'rooting' for a tie.


I feel he and Al did a great job at keeping the viewers informed, and stirring the pot, whenever it got to a point where a tie could be conducive to a tie.  I do believe they were rooting for a possibility to keep and gain viewership as this truly was an unique situation.   Was watching it with a Bengals fan, and he was rooting for the Raiders....until OT when he wanted to see this unprecedented event happen.


When it got to 12 points, I was fine.   When LV kicked a FG and it went to 15 I was a bit worrisome.  




thavoice repped a post in "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 10:18 am

Why are they assholes?

I know a lot of people don't like Collinsworth, but I do.

On Jan 11, 2022:

thavoice replied to "2021-22 NFL Playoffs thread" at 01:07 pm

Heard that on the radio today!

I am doing my best to put the jinx on the Bengals as I got the boy tix for the game, and he is 0-8 at Bengal games including 0-1 in the playoffs.



I actually dont mind the bengals doing well. They should take care of business against Vegas easily.

On Jan 10, 2022:

thavoice replied to "2021 NFL Season thread" at 12:59 pm
posted by justincredible

Harbaugh to the Phins?

And Urban to Michigan

thavoice replied to "2021 NFL Season thread" at 12:59 pm
posted by justincredible

Harbaugh to the Phins?

And Urban to Michigan

thavoice replied to "2021 NFL Season thread" at 12:58 pm
posted by Heretic

Last night was a bit more stressful than I would have liked. Although I never would have expected to be in a position where anything tomorrow would be remotely stressful after the Chiefs debacle of two weeks ago. Playing them again: not ideal. But still better than not having a chance whatsoever.

Rather make it than not, to be honest even tho this will be an quick out.    

thavoice replied to "2021 NFL Season thread" at 12:57 pm
posted by Ironman92

NFL sucks. Dumb


OT rules need changed….at least play a full damn qtr


Staley just needs fired. Wow. Lol

Thanks.

Now Steelers can get boat raced 34-10

I concur that the NFL OT needs to be a full QTR.  10 min is not enough. John Madden said he would prefer to NOT have OT in the NFL.

I still think there should NOT be a tie. Keep on playing.......


Wow. Just.  Wow.

I give LV credit though.  I thought they would sit on it when they got the ball the last time but they threw it and at least got it past midfield before squatting.

They were def going to sit on it when they had those two runs.  But that timeout by Staley.   That may have been the dumbest move in all of football.   He stated it was to "set up his rush defense". C'mon man.  LV was going to run it down and either kneel it, or try one more run, and maybe run it out...or try a very long FG but that TO gave them more time and got it within reasonable range.


He gave LV points by going for it inside the 20 and then that TO call.    

All I can say is.....'ya cant make this shit up'!



On Jan 6, 2022:

thavoice replied to "Baseball Lockout" at 02:47 pm
posted by Al Bundy

If a game is filled with action, I don't mind a long game. If a game is long because there is a minute between pitches, then I have a problem with it.

Concur, and I do believe that scoring is up over the years but the difference from then and now is it is more feast or famine. Runs are coming more via the HR than multiple hits.    

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