DMN

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DMN last won the day on November 8 2009

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  1. Oh, they think the hate is their ally, they merely adopted the hate. I was born in it, molded by it. I didn’t see the playoffs again until I was already a man; by then, it was nothing to me but heartbreak!
  2. I can't decide if I'm more bothered by the Trump support or how horribly it was written.
  3. I found him amusing, I didn't know he was a Trump guy.
  4. I hate the Patriots, but Belichek is great. He's really grown on me, love that guy. That said, go Falcons, great throwbacks.
  5. Is forward momentum still a thing?
  6. Triggered. Except Rich Gannon won an MVP and was a legitimately good QB while in Oakland. Far above Dilfer.
  7. Oh no, guy gets emotional after tough day at work, he's such a trashy guy! You want these guys to care as much as fans do, but then you throw salt when they do. Pick one.
  8. Mostly the domestic violence and rape...
  9. Fuck no. The Dodgers logo is as iconic as any in sports, on par with the Yankees NY, the Cowboys star, or the Celtics clover (logos seem to be an American/Canadian thing, football seems to use shields more, I'm not overly familiar with them but I'm sure there are many). It comes off as a cheap ploy, considering the Chargers never really employed a similar logo even though the Padres do. They do have that really cool horse logo, though, and the simple text 'Los Angeles Chargers' I saw are pretty good, but this fell really flat. Speaking of which, they debuted the logo at the Laker-Clipper game, and it got boo'd, as did TE Jeff Cumberland when he was shown, so their off to a rousing start. I honestly feel bad for the players, they don't really have a choice, but they're going to bear the brunt of it. If you have me feeling bad for Phillip Rivers, you're doing something wrong. Man, I know I've been on the 'fuck it, they move, I'm done', but, I know I won't. Even Ice Cube is on board, so... Am thinking of spending some (shit, all if that's what it takes) of my sweet sweet tax money on that Raiders/Chargers game. They've been gone over 20 years, it's going to be fucking amazing.
  10. It did come as quite a shock.
  11. I'm not late, am I? Football season just dragged on and on this year...
  12. I love Chris Kluwe, he's a credit to UCLA.
  13. I'll be rooting for Pittsburgh the rest of the way, out of respect to our history.
  14. Thanks, I appreciate it. I don't want it to be a thing, but considering how die hard a fan I'm known to be, I just wanted to give an explanation why this game took a backseat, you know? I've said this entire time that everything since our 9th win has been a bonus to me. I think that, given the disadvantages we had, not only the loss of Carr, and McGloin, but of Donald Penn as well, especially against a defense like Houston (and not that they didn't deal with injuries themselves), that the team acquitted itself well. We didn't get the shit kicked out of us and we can build on it for next season. Given the amount of young talent we have, I think the team was better served getting playoff experience than they would be by a slightly higher draft pick, but the Raiders are a team clearly on the rise, and, barring something unforseen, that should continue. If I was a team like Detroit, who kinda backed in and maybe has more glaring flaws (again, not that Oakland doesn't), I'd probably rather have the better pick.
  15. I'm fine, game was actually the least of my concerns, I'm dealing with the impending death of my father, who took a turn for the worse last night. Congrats to Texans fans, tho.