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AxeElf last won the day on September 26 2020

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  1. AxeElf

    Derrick Henry for MVP

    Let's just say that Derrick Henry was the most valuable player in the NFL, and that Rodgers won the MVP award.
  2. AxeElf

    Dumbest move you made last year...

    If you're saying that your dumbest move of the year was to pick the wrong Kicker at a bad time, then GTFO. If you're saying that your dumbest move of the year was to roster two Kickers, then you can stay.
  3. A member of the fantasy Jackson Five (circa 2009-2010): Tarvaris, Steven, Fred, DeSean, and Vincent. I think I had Jacksonville's DST, too...
  4. AxeElf

    Watt The Free Agent

    We got your ring, just waiting for you, JJ... Hope ya like BBQ. Maybe you and Mahomes can go to the new Whataburger together. It'll be fun.
  5. AxeElf

    Super Bowl 55: Chiefs v Buccaneers

    Parenthetically, you do realize the Weepawing refers to you, right? lol Do you want us to call you "Marsha" from now on?
  6. AxeElf

    Super Bowl 55: Chiefs v Buccaneers

    Weepawed.
  7. AxeElf

    Super Bowl 55: Chiefs v Buccaneers

    In case you haven't noticed, you were weepawed some time ago.
  8. AxeElf

    Super Bowl 55: Chiefs v Buccaneers

    Do you? I can't tell by any of the wishful thinking you expressed here. It would be nice to think you do, but I've pretty much weepawed you by now, so it's mattering to me less and less. As always, Axe Elf never argues, only educates... and some just aren't open to that. I tried to help you understand the dynamics of Super Bowl LV, but you're not having it, fine. Have a nice life.
  9. Still, it's all we have. Or at least it's all we use, when determining the "best" teams for the playoffs.
  10. AxeElf

    Super Bowl 55: Chiefs v Buccaneers

    Surely you're not arguing that the penalties Kansas City committed, the combined 12 drops by Hardman, Hill and Kelce, the TD that bounced off of Darrell Williams' face mask, and the gift TD that KC's timeouts provided to TB at the end of the half had nothing to do with the outcome? Yeah, that was KC's game to lose--and they did.
  11. Their record would say otherwise.
  12. AxeElf

    So. The 2021 football season

    Mathematically, the likelihood is infinitesimally small. Even if all the teams in the division split their home and away series with every other team to cause minimal internal carnage, it's extremely unlikely for all four teams to finish at .500 or above, and even then, none of the other 9 non-division-winning teams can finish at .500 or above in order for that 4th NFC West team to make the playoffs. Due to interconference games, I suppose it's possible, but it's not very probable for 9 out of 16 NFC teams to be under .500--with none of the NFC West teams under .500 at the same time. In the 2007 AFC South, widely considered to be one of the best divisions of all time, the Colts were 13-3, the Jaguars were 11-5, the Titans were 10-6, and the Panthers were 8-8. That's just about as good as can be expected from a division--and in the rest of the NFC, there was only one other non-division-winning team with a winning record--but that one team (the Browns at 10-6, ironically enough) would be enough to spoil a division playoff sweep for the Panthers, under the new playoff format.
  13. I think the word you are looking for is "choked," and yes, it's a pretty good descriptor for the Chiefs' WR corps on Sunday. If anything, though, I think the problem was too much confidence, rather than not enough--they've never NOT been able to overcome silly early mistakes before, but this game, they just kept making them. Hopefully it will be a lesson to the best team in the NFL that simply being the best isn't enough if you don't show it every time.
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