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  • Dec 21, 2016 04:22 PM
    Last: 13d


    QBs - Tom Brady, Derek Carr, Ben Roethlisberger
    RBs - Le'Veon Bell, DeMarco Murray, LeSean McCoy
    WRs - Antonio Brown, Amari Cooper, AJ Green, TY Hilton
    TEs - Travis Kelce, Delanie Walker

    This must mean the voters clearly think the Steelers offense has the best trio of talent in the league. They were the only team to get the qb/rb/wr selections. And if Ladarius Green would have played all season, who knows, they could have been 4/4. I think you could argue that TY Hilton could have been beaten out by Michael Crabtree. Otherwise, I completely agree with this list.


    QBs - Matt Ryan, Aaron Rodgers, Dak Prescott
    RBs - Ezekiel Elliott, David Johnson, Devonta Freeman
    WRs - Julio Jones, Odell Beckham, Mike Evans, Larry Fitzgerald
    TEs - Greg Olsen, Jordan Reed

    I am slanted being a Cowboy's fan and all, but I think Jason Witten should have gotten the nod, over Jordan Reed. Reed has been injured a good deal of the year. And they have a viable backup in Vernon Davis. But Dallas runs through Witten. He is one of their best pass catchers AND blockers. Without Witten, Dallas is not 12-2.

    Dak is interesting here, as Stafford and Brees got overlooked. I think that 32/36 completion % against the Bucs last week was the deciding factor here. If he hadn't of had an outstanding game, he would not be on this list.

    I think you could make the case for Jordan Howard in Chicago OVER Freeman in Atlanta. Howard came out of nowhere, and is having a great season, on an otherwise terrible team. Otherwise, solid list again.

    Any snubs that I missed? Pretty interesting that every single selection is a bonafide name in the game, that's been in the league for years, EXCEPT the 2 Dallas rookies. Just shows what kind of run Dallas is on, and how well they lucked out in the draft.

  • Dec 21, 2016 03:53 PM
    Last: 1mo

    Louisville and Kentucky at some point in the last 20 years became one of the best rivalries in college basketball. One has owned the SEC for years (for the most part). And the other, the ACC (again, for the most part).

    Both have a national championship win in the last 5 years. Both have made the final four several times in the last 10 years. And the teams, and fans, apparently hate each other.

    How Kentucky and Louisville embraced the hate in college basketball's most heated rivalry

    I never knew how deep the hate went between these two team's coaches (Pitino v Calipari in current form), the fans, the towns, hell even the states, over a rivalry that seems to have culminated specifically into college basketball. If you are a fan of either of these teams, I recommend checking this article out, if you don't know the history of the rivalry. Interesting stuff.

    ..I fall on the side of Kentucky.

  • Dec 10, 2016 09:25 PM
    Last: 1mo
    PowerPlay Wrote: Out of curiosity (or really for the conversation of it), are these numbers anywhere close to the norm? And I mean specifically for the Heisman winners.

    Good question. For 2016, Lamar had:

    PASSING: 30 passing tds, 9 ints, 3390 yards, 57.6% completion and 153.3 rating.
    RUSHING: 21 rushing tds, 1538 yards, 6.6 avg.

    Far as I know, Jackson is the only qb to win the Heisman that had at least 3,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards.

    For total offense, that's where he shined. Only Ty Detmer in 1990 ever had more. 5,022 vs 4,928. So Lamar had the 2nd most all time total offense numbers, for Heisman winners. I imagine his TD numbers where tops or right up there too.

  • Dec 09, 2016 06:10 PM
    Last: 1mo

    Seattle got lucky a few times in that win. But their defensive play made them deserving. Good thing the penalty kicks were exciting enough, because that game was fairly boring for the entire regulation.

  • Dec 10, 2016 09:25 PM
    Last: 1mo

    Oh yeah, very well deserved. Was certainly my favorite player to watch all year.

    Cool vid.

  • Nov 03, 2016 05:09 PM
    Last: 1mo
    PowerPlay Wrote:
    What about Fiesta Bowl?
    Buckeyes, for sure.
  • Nov 03, 2016 05:09 PM
    Last: 1mo
    PowerPlay Wrote:
    joetemple Wrote:

    Official now.

    Peach Bowl will be Washington Huskies v Alabama Crimson Tide.

    Fiesta Bowl will be Ohio State Buckeyes v Clemson Tigers.

    Can't say I'm surprised, after last week's rankings. Prepare yourself for another Alabama national championship. :/ Coming from a win over Ohio State.

    So who do you think will win each game?

    My bets for the win are:

    Peach Bowl- Washington Huskies. By a small number.

    Fiesta Bowl- Ohio State Buckeyes. I'm going with a win over 2td's.

    I would love to see Washington win, more than anything in sports right now. But the Tide rolls all, unfortunately. If you feel confident though, bet on it. You will clean up. :)
  • Dec 02, 2016 01:32 PM
    Last: 1mo
    Seattle. Especially now that Rawls is back and healthy. Then its a tie for second with Dallas, Pats, Oakland and Steelers.
  • Dec 06, 2016 04:34 PM
    Last: 1mo
    PowerPlay Wrote:

    Here's 2003 - 04: teamrankings.com/nba/stat/points-per-ga...

    And here's 2016 - 17: teamrankings.com/nba/stat/points-per-ga...

    Crazy to see the Mavs go from best to worst in a little over a decade. :/
  • Dec 02, 2016 05:17 PM
    Last: 2mo

    For team sports, if it's not the clear cut most demanding, it's gotta be tied or right up there. Failing to think of a better one. Baseball, no way. Basketball, nope. Football, depends on the position. But not really. Lots of breaks. I assume we are excluding Olympic sports? If not, I would put Water Polo right up there. Wrote a thread while that was going on, talking about how brutal and difficult that sport is. Though it is quite similar to hockey, just in water.

    Soccer and tennis are both more cardio intensive. But less fighting, and no heavy gear or hard as hell ice. So nope again. :)

    For individual sports though, MMA/UFC reigns supreme. Nothing requires more athletic ability and pushes you harder, in every single category. So hockey pretty much wins for team sports. But not for individual sports. Good points though. Good thought experiment.