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  1. The Chase Center was a complete waste of $500M to house the Warriors, they lost 141-122 in their first game there and that's just the beginning.
  2. I feel it deserves it's own thread because I think it will be epic. Just predicting on a whim. I'm calling for HOU to make trades. Mad trades. I believe they find a way to trade Capela and Westbrook. I think they target Andre Drummond and a scoring wing that doesn't need the ball. Like a Devin Booker or Andrew Wiggins. This team is garbage given the talent they have. Harden went 1-17 from 3 tonight and they lost to the Chris Paul led Thunder......again. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ I love it. Not only do I think HOU potentially makes big moves, I expect the Lakers to move on from Kuzma. I think Towns could be out in MINN this year also. Dont sleep on this years trade deadline. I'll be disappointed if there aren't some fireworks.
  3. https://www.lakersnation.com/this-day-in-lakers-history-kobe-bryant-drops-62-points-in-three-quarters-outscores-mavericks/2019/12/20/ Still upset that Phil sat Kobe in the fourth. And that Kobe didn't demand to play it. That should have been, imo, the single most greatest achievement in NBA history. Way above Wilts 100. To outscore your opponent throughout a full game all by yourself. And not just a 24 and 58 team. A Finals worthy team. Harden couldn't score 40 while only making four 3s.
  4. After Tommy Smith was sent packing and AAS took over she seems to have had a genuine desire to get the team on the right track on the field and turn this train wreck around. After the Texans game last year when it was obvious Whiz was not going to listen to her about protecting the QB she didn't wait, she canned him. Then despite it being an unpopular move she retained Mularkey as well as hired Robinson. The #1 goal of protecting Mariota has been accomplished through the midway point and it seems to be paying off. He hasn't so much as limped off the field and is one of the least hit QBs in the league. The team has an identity and is way more competitive and she deserves a lot of the credit
  5. Looeyville. Shocker. Just watching the ending mostly, looks like Duke doesn't have a great outside game. They preferred to drive the basket and take tough shots when they were only down three with plenty of time.
  6. SO CLEAN! Love it. It'd be a crime to not mention how nice it is edit: ah damn, didn't see the main thread in Titans and NFL Talk
  7. I start this thread after week 10 of the college season in which every team has at least 9 games completed. I'm going to give in order my picks for which teams have the best chance at making the playoffs based on schedule and talent. You certainly retain the right to disagree. Note that these rankings are based on the chances of the team making the playoff not on who is the best team. 9 teams still have a chance to make that final 4 1. Clemson-Clemson should be able to finish off it's last 3 opponents and while some may argue that 7-2 Wake forest and 7-2 Virginia(ACC championship game) might be more than just speed bumps along the way they should not be much trouble for a team this talented. 2. LSU-Even with a let down this week they should have no problem with Ole Miss. Arkansas is one of the worst SEC teams in years. A&M could be a legit threat in the final game but even a loss in that game does not thwart LSU's chances because they still win the west. It would still come down to the sec championship vs Georgia. Alabama's best chance is if LSU runs the table and finishes 13-0. An LSU loss to Georgia eliminates Bama. 3. Ohio State- Buckeyes have not played anybody yet. They do finish with a gauntlet of Penn St. , Michigan and then Minnesota in the big ten championship. One loss in any of those games might leave them on the outside looking in like before. 4. Alabama-If Bama wins out and LSU does not lose I think Bama is in. Nobody has a loss as credible as Bama's. If LSU loses to A&M things get dicey for Bama. If LSU loses to Georgia and fails to win the SEC Bama is eliminated. Go LSU! 5. Penn State-Penn State has a simple road to the playoffs. Win out and then revenge beat Minnesota in the big ten championship. Problem is they have to beat Ohio State to get there. If that all happens for them they will be in the playoffs. 6. Georgia-If Georgia wins out they are in the playoffs period! The problem is that they have 2 tough opponents left in the regular season(Auburn, A&M) and then they would have to beat LSU. Good luck. There is no other way for them having already lost to South Carolina. It is all or nothing for them. 7. Oregon-Oregon has 3 mediocre at best teams left in the regular season. Then they would likely meet Utah in the conference championship. There just is not a high regard for that conference and Oregon despite a 12-1 record would not have many quality wins. The problem also is that their loss is to Auburn a team that lost to LSU and will have lost to Alabama if either of those teams are compared to Oregon. I think a 12-1 Alabama or a 12-1 LSU gets in ahead of them at 12-1. 8. Oklahoma-Big 12 title aside I think Bama gets the playoff nod over Oklahoma if both teams finish 12-1. Bama's loss to LSU is much more credible than Oklahoma's loss to Kansas State and Oklahoma just barely got past Iowa State. If LSU were to lose the sec title game to Georgia than LSU probably beats out Oklahoma for a spot also. Oklahoma has a really tough schedule to end the year. They have unbeaten Baylor, TCU and Ok St. Then likely Baylor again in the big 12 championship. 9. Baylor- How many people really believe that Baylor is a playoff caliber team? We will find out this week when they play Oklahoma and then Texas the next week. I'm assuming they lose one of those games. If they finish in 1st or 2nd place in the conference they have to play Oklahoma again in the big 12 championship. If they beat Texas and Oklahoma 2X they will indeed deserve a playoff spot.
  8. https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2019/12/11/austin-fcs-matthew-mcconaughey-soccer-america-can-take-over-baseball-hockey Iโ€™m enjoying the growth and availability of pro teams.
  9. At 31-41, they need to win 4 of their final 10 games to reach last season's record of 35-47. It's not looking very good for them to reach that plateau. LA's remaining games: Golden State, Portland, Utah (twice), at OKC, at LA Clippers, Sacramento, Charlotte, Washington, and at New Orleans. Maybe 2 or 3 wins? But not 4.
  10. The Preds* have started kinda slow. Every time I look to watch them, they are trailing. They also have given up a huge number of goals in some losses. Tonight, I turned them on and they were trailing the Knights 1-0, then 2-0. They have scored a couple of fast goals and tied it up. P.K. is the Knights goalie, so maybe he's showing a little mercy. The Preds look a little slower than the Knights. They are getting a lot of shots. but slow getting down the ice. I don't know much about hockey, but I know there are several guys who do. Let's get some Preds talk going. *I'm no Expert, but the choice of tags is very limited.
  11. This guy doesn't get the credit he deserves because he's on such a good overall team. Wilson currently has 8 passing TDs to 1 INT, he has a 113 passer rating and is completing 70% of his passes. He's probably the most dangerous runner in the league because of his ability to pass on the run and he always protects himself and is super smart. He's the MVP on a loaded Seattle team
  12. Only two players in NBA history have accounted for 91 points or more in a game (points scored plus points off assists), Harden and Chamberlain (104 points total). Now Harden is the first to do it twice, accounting for 91 points Sunday night after accounting for 95 points in a game last season.
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  14. Mariota has passed the 100 passer rating mark for the season. He's had a 100+ passer rating in 5 of the last 7 games and the other two were respectable 95.8 and 88. Mariota is only 3 TD passes behind Brees who leads the league in passing TDs with 23. He only has 3 INTs over the last 7 games. McNair won the MVP and lead the league in passer rating with a 100.4 rating, Mariota is at 100.3. The "Titans" record for passing TDs is 24, Mariota has 23 with 5 games to go. 36 is the record for TD passes in franchise history by Blanda in 61, likely out of reach but Mariota is on pace for 33 which would tie Moon for the most in the SB era in franchise history. Mariota is on pace for 4000+ yards, the most since Moon in 91. Robinson praises staff for QB's development http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=18065467 I'd say in Mularkey's run oriented smash mouth running offense the QB is doing just fine through the air and near the top in many passing categories. We are witnessing the beginning of a franchise QB's career. Barring injury we should see this for about 15 more years.
  15. https://www.yahoo.com/sports/dog-pee-td-celebration-costs-ole-miss-in-chaotic-egg-bowl-finish-041056371.html The 2019 Egg Bowl ended in absolute chaos. When Ole Miss scored with four seconds remaining in regulation, the game looked destined for overtime. That was until Rebels wideout Elijah Moore got a little too frisky when celebrating his touchdown that cut Mississippi Stateโ€™s lead to 21-20. Moore crawled on the turf and pretended to pee like a dog (in homage to DK Metcalf) โ€” a celebration that drew a 15-yard penalty. Instead of setting up a normal extra point, the try was 15 yards longer than usual. Predictably, Luke Logan pushed his kick to the right, allowing Mississippi State to hold on to a wild 21-20 win.
  16. Fans talk shit to NBA players all the time, he is supposed to be a professional. The piece of shit makes $40M/year and acts like such a whiny pussy. http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/26234619/westbrook-threatens-courtside-fan-fan-wife
  17. Getting beat by Georgia State at home is just beyond imaginable. The entire football side of this administration is a complete dumpster fire.
  18. On this podcast Orlovsky talks about why the offense and Mariota has gotten better. He credits Lafleur for getting to know what the players can do. He says LaFleur started limiting the drop back passing game(he struggled in preseason, Miami and Ravens as a drop back passer) and doing more playaction and formations Mariota was more comfortable with while keeping the Shanahan scheme intact. Obviously talked about Lewis becoming the featured RB. This also goes hand in hand with what the announcers said Sunday as far as LaFleuer going back and studying what RGIII did well and using it for Mariota. Some people have gotten bothered by comparing Mariota to RGIII but I think that's misguided. The Shanahans(and LaFleur) did a great job with RG as a rookie and got production. The problem was injuries and the fact RG and Snyder wanted to make RGIII a pocket passer. McVay barely has Goff execute straight drop backs, he went 3 games in a row earlier this season without executing a straight drop back pass. http://www.espn.com/espnradio/play?id=25284635
  19. I think the biggest priority this off season is to improve a pitiful running game. They need to upgrade Henry with a foundation RB, upgrade Stocker as the inline blocking TE with a real run blocker. Conklin should be better a year removed from the injury and whatever OL need to be upgraded. Marcus was at his best in 2016 when the Titans had one of the best running games in the league. He was rarely hit and flourished with play action against single coverage. He's also better protected if teams have to gear up to stop the run and the Titans can max protect more. Corey Davis is also a beast vs single coverage. The most explosive offenses in the league still have dominant running games. Rams, Saints, SD and Falcons. The Colts decided to build a dominant running game to protect Luck and it's working like a charm. Titans need to copy this plan. There are two issues with Marcus, health and inconsistent drop back passing. A dominant running game would help with both these issues. Titans have to go back to the basics if they are going to win with him as the QB. If he can develop into a better passer along the way bonus. If you want the biggest area Marcus has been failed the last two years it's the pitiful running games. Murray was washed up last year and the running game is among the worst in the league this season.

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