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Posted: 1/5/2007 12:49:57 AM
 
1. Look, the people with the thoery should have to prove that it true, not just make statemets and make other people disprove them. Maybe the explosions had something to do with the giany Boeings burning in the tower. I saw the video and it was creepy, but then reality set in and there are things do disprove everything.
2. Alright, let's say they gave the Patriots one championship, did they give them all three or did they earn the other two? Or maybe they were just real good. Na, that can't be it.
3. It's not fixed
4.You would take Bush, I would take Bush but they didn't. It doesn't mean it's fixed. GM's overate combines
 
And of course its decided on the field, and humans make mistake on calls, it's a fast game with alot going on. What proof do you have about highly influential forces at play in the games. It's just a wild statement with no conclusive proof so how do I prove that wrong.
 
Seahawks still got robbed
As the great Mitch Headburg said, "I think Bigfoots blurry, that the problem. It isn't the photographers fault"
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Posted: 1/5/2007 1:08:13 AM
1) I haven't seen anything proved true OF the attacks either.  You can discredit the "science" that these clowns throw around about steel melting easily.  There explosions elsewhere in the towers as the collapse occurred.  I mean, I don't know that I wholly believe everything, but I do believe in demolition, a shot down jet in PA (which you addressed), and stashed away planes.

2) The Patriots get a title the Super Bowl following the attacks and in the following years (minus the year after, of course) which just happened to be the era of the Patriot Act fiasco.  So, uh, yeah.  Besides that they also assembled some great talent, had a great coach, etc.  But seriously, they had no business winning that first Super Bowl as the 2002-03 season displayed.  I mean, hello, the Patriots were facing a team with Az-Ahir Ahkim.  It writes itself.

3) Is too.

4) Everyone said TAKE BUSH.  Why wouldn't they take Bush?  Why did Casserly tender a resignation immediately after the draft?  Fishy garbage, son, fishy garbage. 

What influential source do I have?

The media moves lines, right?  Whether they do it consciously or not, they do.  They have a stake in creating stars as much as the league does for coverage.  Why do you think certain players get no calls/get calls/are never called.  I'll be shocked if the Giants don't win suspiciously this week and the Colts win in order to get the engines started on a Manning Super Bowl.  And if it actually happened, than holy garbage, what a fixed league this is.  For you to say that corporations have no say in some NFL (or any sporting events') results makes me think you also don't believe in corporations effecting government. 

Ever wonder why Fox groans when we get a Houston/White Sox World Series? 

Because they lose so much in ratings and ad revenue.

A Seahawks/Chargers Super Bowl would draw spit.  Throw New Orleans in there and bang, we've got a repeat of the sky-high ratings from the Atlanta/New Orleans Monday Night game. 

Poor Seahawks.

And Mitch.  I miss him.
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Posted: 1/5/2007 1:56:25 AM

Awesome point of view.

I've been watching pro football for over 30 years. Without a doubt I agree with you.
 
The NFL loves the possibility of a Manning vs. Manning SB. I don't think it'll happen this year. But I'll never bet against Peyton Manning early in the playoffs or a New York team.
 
Those of you who think there's no control of what happens.
 
1. Do you think they moved GB vs. Chicago to Sun night to watch Farve get his behind kicked? I knew he'd shine in his potentially last game and they'd win easy. It was perfect with Chicago having nothing to play for, Lovie went along and let him have his night. Think Cal Ripken, the night he broke the record he got a pitch I could of hit out, its entertainment.
 
2. NE vs Phil SB. I bet NE -7 at the Stratosphere. There was no juice on NE. Now why was that? It's the biggest bet game of the year. NO juice? It's because they weren't going to cover. NE was running over Philadelphia in the third quarter, up by 7, first down on the 5 yard line, NE ran 3 plays that had no chance of scoring a TD. They kicked a field goal to go up by 10 and insisted that Phil get a garbage score. NE never made a first down after the 8 minute mark of the 4th quarter, never even tried. They could of won that game by 21 easily. The last play Rodney Harrison intercepted the ball and layed down with noone in front of him.
 
Next time you see a team dominating another team and then stop, watch it objectively.
 
My picks ATS:   Colts, Dallas, Giants, Jets. GL to all.
 
 
 
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Posted: 1/5/2007 2:07:46 AM
Maybe with the passing of Lamar Hunt the NFL wants the Chiefs to win the Super Bowl!!
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Posted: 1/5/2007 2:31:35 AM
I do not feel the NFL "conspires" to get a matchup they want. It's just never worked that way before, in my opinion, nor will it happen this year.
 
One could say, however, that some games get, if not fixed....then coaxed along by refs and by bookies.
 
One could surmise that the same people that have been getting to Brett Favre for years and have him fixing games (please go back and look at his performances in games against inferior opponents week after week, year after year before coming in here with an outcry), have been getting to none other than Tom Brady since last year's playoffs.
 
It's amazing how few bad throws Brady would make before the Denver game last year in the playoffs, and how many he makes now. And it is so convenient that he has "young" or "new" receivers to blame it on. He'll milk this for another year LOL
 
And don't get me started on how easy an official can fix a game.
 
Just a theory. This is an interesting thread.  
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Posted: 1/5/2007 3:12:12 AM

Ah the officials. Now they have a get-out-of-jail card in their pocket with the most disgusting penalty of the season: The unnecessary roughness on the passer.

I got burned on this call/non-call many, many times this year.
If this insane situation that has developed regarding roughing the passer, It might make me stop being interested in NFL games.
 
The quarterback CANNOT be allowed to wait until the very last possible micron of a second to throw, run or WTF. 275 lb. extremly quick men cannot stop on a dime, nor should they be expected to.
Did anyone have Carolina vs. Washington? Julius Peppers smashed into Campbell's shoulder pad as he was throwing, Carolina intercepted the ball and it got reversed for roughing. It wasn't even close to roughing.
The game was still very much in doubt at time, but Redskins ended up scoring on the drive.
BTW: Redskins had a 3rd time starter, a backup running back, etc. etc. Carolina didn't show they sucked yet either. Carolina opened as a small favorite and the line went up the entire week.
 
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Posted: 1/5/2007 3:38:10 AM
If the Chief weren't going up against the "golden child" of the NFL, I could possibly see them making a run (nice point on Hunt).
 
I find it unlikely the Colts lose this game. I can live with taking them at home and losing considering their 8-0 at home, I can't bet against that. Manning ain't getting any younger either, he's in almost 10 yrs.
KC's not that good, lost at Cleveland. Cleveland hung 30 on them a month ago. They do have Ty Law though. I saw his house on MTV Cribs. He's made a nice living intercepting Manning. Surtain isn't bad either, they might make a difference.
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Posted: 1/5/2007 4:16:58 AM
YaMon, tink about it.        
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Posted: 1/5/2007 4:18:25 AM
Oh yeah, I forgot:  (Give me a f--king break. Now I've heard everything.) 
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Posted: 1/5/2007 4:25:13 AM
if u go 4-0 straight up i'll believe u 
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Posted: 1/5/2007 4:51:04 AM
i am with you on all 4 lets win some
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Posted: 1/5/2007 6:42:42 AM
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To say the NFL is rigged and the U.S government planned 911 is a joke.
 
I don't know if you caught it or you remember it, but the government recovered a mint condition passport of one of the hijackers from the ruins.  I saw that and thought what the hell???  His passport of all things survived the impact perfectly intact and resting comfortably on a pile of ruins???  Yes, I guess anything is possible.  Seems far more likely the government just added a little evidence to the scene. Some people can't even accept that. 
 
And, assuming the government did plant a little evidence that doesn't by any stretch of the imagination mean that there was any evil intent whatsoever.  It could have been done with the best of intentions.  Bottom line I see brazen corruption as the norm.  That is what I've seen and experienced first hand.  That doesn't mean the government was involved in any conspiracy as far as 911.   But, it does mean open corruption will be ignored and accepted.  That is just the way it is and if by some chance you can expose the lies and fraud people will either shrug so what or actively defend the corruption.  
 
When rigging of NFL games does become accepted as a historical event (just as government misdeeds of the past are accepted) most people will probably still believe that the games are now honest for reasons X, Y, and Z.   
 
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Posted: 1/5/2007 6:35:07 PM
After seeing some of the garbage I have seen over the years with favoured teams losing ie Dal vs Det, Ind vs Tenn, and the fact that I have hit 5 out of 6 on parlays so many times that it would make your head spin, I would like to believe the NFL is fixed to explain the insanity of it all.  But then logic kicks in and tells me that there would be way to many people that needed to be involved to fix a whole season and a lot of money would have to change hands.  Also how do the bookmakers set lines when all the money is on one side??? Do they take the first several million(cause thats what we would be talking if games were truly fixed) on the fixed team and then pick a number they think that everyone else but the fixed parties involved would take on the opposite team so they can even out the odds.  Cause everyone who knows anything about betting knows, the oddsmakers job is to pick a number that will get an equal number of bets on either side so they limit their exposure it one team wins and collect on the vig.  I have to agree I have been known to get pissed off enough after losing one of these should be lock bets and say the very same ludicrus statement that the game was fixed or the NFL is fixed, but the reality is there would be too much involved.  Now do I think it is possible for the occasional game to be fixed, yes but again the above points would come in to play.  Can refs be paid off, definetely and more easily then paying players off, so this would be more likely the way if you were a believer in the fix to do it.  After seeing some officiating games in the NFL it does make you wonder sometimes for sure.  All I know is if it is fixed I wish someone would let me in on it so I can start cashing in lol.
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Posted: 1/5/2007 7:29:46 PM
I know at some of my old books, which I don't think are in business any longer they had at least two separate spreads--one for the losers and one for the winners.  What happened was a buddy wanted to bet on sports so I helped him open accounts keeping both his IDs and passwords just in case there was an emergency and it was with his consent.  Anyway, I was winning and winning like the gravy train will never end and then it seems like the lines are getting more intelligent or I'm just losing my ability to see a great deal.  What a shock I got after logging into one of his accounts.  He had pointspreads that I would love to bet on.  And, the same situation arose at the his other accounts to some extent.   Of course, the whole time I was setting a mind blowing winning record he was losing his shirt!  That really surprised me that there would be different lines for different customers I had believed that the books merely wanted even action so that they win regardless.  Apparently at least with the books I was dealing with that wasn't the case.  I called up one of the books and asked if there were different lines for different customers and was assured everyone got the same lines assuming they bet at the same times.  I would consider that being dishonest, but with the Saban mentality in vogue it was probably just a means for the sportsbook to stay focused on their business and I was to blame for asking the question!
 
 
 
 
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Posted: 1/6/2007 12:50:57 AM

I don't believe it's anything you can put your finger on as far as the fix goes. It's very hard to describe the influence I see often.

Remember the interception Troy Palamalu made against the Colts in last years playoff game. It was reversed when he clearly caught the ball. That's the kind of thing I'm referring to. Not many people are conspiring or paying off anyone. If you beat Peyton Manning, you really have to beat him. You will not get any help from the officials.
 
I bet before the Phil/NE Superbowl, Taglibue told both coaches lets have a "good" game (wink, wink). As in keep it close. That's what that game looked like to me anyway.
 
 
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Posted: 1/6/2007 2:01:54 AM
Hi! Everyone! Football (College and NFL) are 100% rigged. For those who were born here and grew up here should know. Watch the films or the plays guys. Watch the calls and the time out calls. Wake up guys!!!!!
It depends on where the most money are? If we are lucky to put our bets on the small size, we win.
Over and Under are huge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! they control it!!!!! Watch and Learn!!!!
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Posted: 1/6/2007 9:39:59 AM
DUH, is wrestling fixed ?
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If the Saints win the SB......I am giving up on Gambling. 
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QUOTE Originally Posted by blimp:

DUH, is wrestling fixed ?
 
I actually had friends who believed it was impossible to fix wrestling because you're dealing with "warriors" and too many people would find out and blab to everyone.  It is sort of like the guy with the U.S. flag bumper sticker that claims THESE COLORS NEVER RUN.   I'm thinking he must either be a big fan of Cheer laundry detergent or is brain dead. 
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Posted: 1/6/2007 10:48:54 AM
Kinda Like They Appoligized To Da Raidas
With That Tuck Get F**** Rule Year before At New England
Raidas Went To The Bowl year after
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Posted: 1/6/2007 11:06:25 AM

YaMon Conspiracy Picks:

Colts 34 Chiefs 24

Cowboys 27 Seahawks 20

 Jets 23 Patriots 17

 Giants 24 Eagles 20

I think you should be wrong on 3 out of 4 of these picks!     I'd love to see you shoot 100% not that it would give any pause to most skeptics.  I think the Colts should win and cover for what little that's worth.  You have the 3 dogs winning outright!  (I'm a dog lover btw.)  I think, not sure, that would be mighty strange for the playoffs historically. 
 
So if you're wrong on these picks, then perhaps you'll change your mind about the NFL being rigged?
 
 
The skeptics arguments leave me COLD because I see fraud and lying going on for years and years in the open and the number of people that know about the corruption seems to be totally irrelevant.  Even getting the newspaper to do what should be an exciting story about the fraud complete with video and audio is met with a simple NO or that's not true.  Well how do you know it's not true?  Uh, this is the greatest country in the world!  OK, it is the greatest country in the world and that means there is no fraud?  You're not willing to do even a little investigation?  No, you're lying.  When have I provided you or any of the reporters with bad information?  This conversation is over.  No problem, even if you did a story it would unfortunately change nothing. 
 
I've read some of the 911 sites and I can see why some people would think the worst.  I'm not even sure if the information is correct and even if it is correct perhaps there are other reasonable explanations or perhaps there is just massive government incompetence.  Conspiracy wouldn't surprise me even a little because corruption is so accepted, but the proof would have to be incontrovertable.  Some of the proof that might be rock solid isn't any good for me because I just don't the education to deal with the facts.  I mean what in the hell do I know about building demolishion or the math behind it?  Zero.  I do know that immediately after seeing the pictures of the Pentagon attack I'm thinking that looks more like a missle attack.  Where in the hell are wings?  I don't know perhaps they just vaporized, but it doesn't seem even a little reasonable.  Those airliner wings are HUGE!
 
Best of luck and and if your pick do fail I would hope that you would post your thoughts.  I think they might be very interesting.
 
 
 
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Posted: 1/6/2007 12:51:07 PM
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Posted: 1/6/2007 1:03:10 PM
I agree 100% about the NFL being fixed and I really agree the conspiracy theory with the Saints.  The NFL wanted a high profile player like Reggie Bush to go to the Saints....no doubt about it.........after how the government handled the whole Katrina tradgedy in Nawlins.....this was a way to boost the morale of the city and give it's residents something positive to rally around.
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