Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by The Playmaker, Sep 8, 2013.
nagging injuries is ok with me too!
Mwah Mwah Mwaaaahhhhhhh......
"Miss Pittsburgh reacts to another Ruthlessraper sack".
I didn't see a single steeler cocksucker predict a loss to us. Every prediction was 30-10 or something pathetic. Seriously, they can all drown in a bathtub full of homeless jizz.
Also, interesting fact. PA is home to the largest furry-con in the united states. So you just know the fans are going home to their same sex partner dressed in their steeler bulldog costumes and getting ass f*cked into oblivion. Kinda like the way our dline did the franchise rapist.
NOT EVEN CLOSE
Tennessee OWNS pizzburgH
What he said. - I think I saw a stat that said Titans 12-7 Stoolers before the game. That would make it 13-7 now.
Aaand, just did some research. We're 10-6 as the Tennesee Titans and 3-1 as Tennessee Oilers. So it's 13-7 since moving to Tennessee.
Edit: Source: http://www.footballdb.com/teamvsteam.html?tm=31&opp=25
Wow, I guess I was way off. Thanks for the info guys.
That's what kills me about a lot of these so-called analysts and commentators. They seem to base everything on LAST year without giving much through to the improvements some of the bad teams made.
Pretty much everyone is picking either Denver, New England or Houston to represent the AFC in the SB and Atlanta, San Fran, or Seattle to represent the NFC. I feel pretty confident that only 1 of those teams will actually reach the big game. And I wouldn't be too awfully surprised if 1 or 2 of those teams don't even make the playoffs. Sure they all look like powerhouses right now. But a lot can change in 16 weeks. Every year we see so-called powerhouses collapse. And every year we see teams come out of nowhere and make a run.
Drove me nuts when watching the NFL Network season previews for each division. All I could think is "Did these guys just look at the standings last year and re-print them as predictions for this year?"
There's another way to do it? If so I sure of hell haven't seen any predictors use it.
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