NFL Week 10 Game Thread

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Apr 25, 2002
He seems to be so much better a coach than the guy still in Indianapolis.
It's hard to say. Arians did a great job under trying circumstances the year he filled in for Pagano. But he had the advantages of a motivated team with a common cause, and less interference from the front office because of the circumstances. If Arians were the coach there under neutral circumstances -- with the loons in the Indy offices -- he might have had more trouble being successful


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Apr 5, 2009
Does Cincinnati really need to pull out these formations to beat Houston?

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Feb 9, 2010
Providence, RI
Does Cincinnati really need to pull out these formations to beat Houston?
When the pats play them I hope Hue spends wayyyyyyyy to much time working on these formations in a misguided effort to try to outsmart Belichick.

I have zero doubts the pats will be prepared and will calmly shift over and win plays against those formations.


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Aug 15, 2012
Westwood MA
So Belichick is the longest tenured coach in the NFL, 15 years, he of the 9 trips to the AFCCG, 6 Super Bowls, 4 wins; Lewis is second, 13 years, 0 AFCCG's, 0 Super Bowls.

Ok then.


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Dec 16, 2010
Gruden says Watt is a once in a lifetime player.

I don't think Gruden knows how long a lifetime is.

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Moving the Line
Goddamn that awful Texans ad, if it wasn't already stupid enough, from the guy not helping his neighbor, his yelling in the car, and the baby is awake, the Texans only had one 50 yard FG at home last year, against the Bills, Week 4. It was made, sure, but it sure as hell wasn't a game winner, or involved in any kind of crazy comeback. It just put them up 23-17, with 4:49 to go in the game.