These were the rule for long stretches of SB history. Like all of the 80s. I’m not suggesting for a minute that the Pats enjoy the same superiority of those NFC teams, but they do have a huge experience advantage.Wouldn’t it be nice...Florio picks Pats in a 39-20 blowout.
I’m atheist, but this has me considering the other option.The goat charged furiously at the ram and struck him, breaking off both his horns. Now the ram was helpless, and the goat knocked him down and trampled him. No one could rescue the ram from the goat’s power.
- Daniel 8:7
It would be really slick to see someone in the crowd tomorrow with a massive Daniel 8:7 sign, like those annoying John 3:16 signs from the 80s.The goat charged furiously at the ram and struck him, breaking off both his horns. Now the ram was helpless, and the goat knocked him down and trampled him. No one could rescue the ram from the goat’s power.
- Daniel 8:7
I want this to happen so badly. BBtL would crash for an extended period which would suck though."Hoyer was the winner, landing a punt at about the 1-yard line."
Hoyer coming out for a third and 20 punt/fake pass is going to be awesome!
Ideally they will set it up where Brady looks hobbled coming off the field, the entire world will have their heads explode with the fantasy that Brady is out, Hoyer does the sneak punt, leaves the Rams on the 1 yard line where they then go for a 3-and-out. With the now flipped field (I don't wanna hear about the Rams punter, yo!), Brady then comes back in and crushes them.
But how it ties into 8:9 is spooky perfect after, emphasis mine:Just don’t read 8:8
Vegas trying to get the public to bet on the Rams to cover...Bettor X betting heavily and late, Rams moneyline.
Apparently an AP White House Reporter (who says he is a huge Red Sox fan in his twitter bio) reads SOSHThe goat charged furiously at the ram and struck him, breaking off both his horns. Now the ram was helpless, and the goat knocked him down and trampled him. No one could rescue the ram from the goat’s power.
- Daniel 8:7
Haha yeah. A friend of mine sent it to me and I thought it was worth passing on. Figured SOSH would get a kick out of it and would make the proper goat (Brady) connection.There was a church that posted the verse on their sign a couple days ago, it’s been floating around the internets
The best cappers in the world win what 60% of the time, if that?The guy who made the million dollar bet last year on the Eagles has made an even larger bet on the Rams, on the money line (Rams to win)...$1.5M.
Implicitly this also shows some underlying level of confidence. You aren’t going to spend a ton of money if you are very concerned you’re going to watch your team lose.
Judging from ticket sales & Atlanta crowd now, Patriots fans might have 80% of the stadium tomorrow. Said one insider: “There is a ‘Jordan final Bulls season‘ feel to this that has brought Patriots fans back out.”
Adjacent to the Red Sea.But how it ties into 8:9 is spooky perfect after, emphasis mine:
Out of one of them came another horn, which started small but grew in power to the south and to the east and toward the Beautiful Land.
Where would I find Atlanta on a map of the USA again?
If their outside zone runs churn lots of yards for them this is going to be a long day and I don’t want to think about what else.Exactly. That’s a smokescreen. Get ready for lots of Gurley. He’s the one guy on the Rams offense who can (nearly) win the game single-handedly.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Todd Gurley will not see workhorse usage in Sunday's Super Bowl LIII against the Patriots.
He'll again split carries with C.J. Anderson, just as he did in previous games against Dallas and New Orleans. Per Rapsheet, the Rams' decision to scale back Gurley's workload is based on a "variety of factors" including his health and conditioning. "We said, 'Going forward, we got to make sure you're fresh, you're healthy,'" RBs coach Skip Peete told Rapoport last week. "The workload that you had prior to you sitting out, probably can't go that route right now. He understood that." Even with two weeks to prepare, it sounds like Gurley will have to settle for a committee role in Sunday's title game.
Saw this on Rotoworld and it's really perplexing. Something is not lining up here, but regardless Gurley would be a positive for NE's chances IMO.
A 5000 passing yard pace for a 16 game SuperBowl season... just wow. It isn't like he's playing slouches in the games... just wow.Eisenberg: "I think I saw it correctly -- and totally off the top of my head -- but if you take his 16-game pace in the eight -- you know, just double his numbers from the Super Bowls: over 5,000 passing yards."