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Posted: 12/30/2011 7:45:56 PM
who laid out cold hard facts? 


I don't know football?
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Im 29- 8 in the month of december, up over 9k on the season betting 100-550 units, all documented. 

Where are theese facts you speak of?

And yes i will call someone a person if I want to
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Posted: 12/30/2011 10:23:13 PM

Congrats on being up 9K bro.  I wish I was.

I just lost some money playing blackjack.  And I can't afford to.  Really stressing right now.

I know I'll get it back, because I always do.  But man I think I may have a problem.  I get sucked in by that game and can't stop sometimes.  Gambling is so much about discipline.  It's a terrible feeling when you lose, especially when you can't afford to.  I just need to take a break for a bit.

Didn't mean to piss you off earlier.  Have a good new year dude.

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Posted: 12/30/2011 11:00:47 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by SteelCash:

Congrats on being up 9K bro.  I wish I was.

I just lost some money playing blackjack.  And I can't afford to.  Really stressing right now.

I know I'll get it back, because I always do.  But man I think I may have a problem.  I get sucked in by that game and can't stop sometimes.  Gambling is so much about discipline.  It's a terrible feeling when you lose, especially when you can't afford to.  I just need to take a break for a bit.

Didn't mean to piss you off earlier.  Have a good new year dude.


Alright now your making me feel like an fool. I apologize. Seriously, I get a little fired up sometimes!!!!!! 

Im sorry bro I can't lie man I love Peyton Manning!! As far as the black jack, never was my game but been there done that with the craps and table games. Im def not the best person to give advice lol Im on supervised parole shouldn't even be gambling. That being said you clearly know a lot about football, stick to sports handicapping and poker!. That's the only way we stand a chance in hell it's hard enough to beat the rake and the vig but beating the casino is impossible.

Happy New Year! 
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Posted: 12/31/2011 3:02:40 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by AnthonyStarks:

who laid out cold hard facts? 


I don't know football?
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Im 29- 8 in the month of december, up over 9k on the season betting 100-550 units, all documented. 

Where are theese facts you speak of?

And yes i will call someone a person if I want to
I promise you that you wouldn't call me a person to my face but that is irrelevant. You are friggin clueless if you truly believe like you stated that Manning is the most clutch QB ever. You sound borderline retarded with a statement like that. Now kindly go darn yourself,tough guy
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QUOTE Originally Posted by 4everyoung:

I promise you that you wouldn't call me a person to my face but that is irrelevant. You are friggin clueless if you truly believe like you stated that Manning is the most clutch QB ever. You sound borderline retarded with a statement like that. Now kindly go darn yourself,tough guy

Happy new years buddy!
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Posted: 3/20/2012 1:13:48 AM
Eli > Peyton and you can bump that up a little bit ya know
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Posted: 3/20/2012 10:07:53 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by AnthonyStarks:


Listen buddy Im sorry wasn't trying to be rude in my last post as I do respect YOUR opinion. But as far as the 2 minute drill and the most 4th quarter comebacks, maybe youve been misinformed because it's not even close. Peyton is the most clutch ever, hands down.

 

Eli Manning owns the record for most 4th quarter come backs in NFL history, with 21, tied with Johnny U, and he's done it twice now in 2 Super Bowl appereances.

Peyton crashed and burned in his 4th quarter Super Bowl come back attempt throwing a pick-6 of all things.

Eli also tied  the record for one season just last season with 8.

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Posted: 3/20/2012 10:13:07 AM
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Originally Posted by SteelCash:

It's amazing because he is one of the best ever.  No doubt about it.  Just don't count on him when all the money is on the line.  He just can't get it done.  Time and time again he has failed.  Pressure... some people can handle it... some can't.

Peyton holds the record for most playoff one and dones in history, in 7 of his 11 postseason appereances he's lost his opening playoff game, a record, and not a good one to own.

Peyton also holds the record for....................WORST TD to INT RATIO.................... throughout the playoffs of any Super Bowl winning QB.

Choker ??....................The evidence speaks for itself.

 

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Posted: 3/20/2012 10:13:19 AM
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Originally Posted by SteelCash:

It's amazing because he is one of the best ever.  No doubt about it.  Just don't count on him when all the money is on the line.  He just can't get it done.  Time and time again he has failed.  Pressure... some people can handle it... some can't.

Peyton holds the record for most playoff one and dones in history, in 7 of his 11 postseason appereances he's lost his opening playoff game, a record, and not a good one to own.

Peyton also holds the record for....................WORST TD to INT RATIO.................... throughout the playoffs of any Super Bowl winning QB.

Choker ??....................The evidence speaks for itself.

 

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Posted: 3/21/2012 10:21:32 AM
wow thanks for all the hate! eli is obviously a better qb I must be mistaken. wink wink
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Posted: 3/21/2012 2:26:50 PM
I think peyton is an awesome qb but to say he's "the most clutch qb ever, period" is just absolutely ridiculous
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Posted: 3/22/2012 12:40:50 AM
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Originally Posted by CalifDreamin:

I think peyton is an awesome qb but to say he's "the most clutch qb ever, period" is just absolutely ridiculous

 

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Posted: 3/22/2012 1:33:15 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by AnthonyStarks:


Alright now your making me feel like an fool. I apologize. Seriously, I get a little fired up sometimes!!!!!! 

Im sorry bro I can't lie man I love Peyton Manning!! As far as the black jack, never was my game but been there done that with the craps and table games. Im def not the best person to give advice lol Im on supervised parole shouldn't even be gambling. That being said you clearly know a lot about football, stick to sports handicapping and poker!. That's the only way we stand a chance in hell it's hard enough to beat the rake and the vig but beating the casino is impossible.

Happy New Year! 

It's all good Starks!  I get fired up too!  That's what makes it fun! 

It will be interesting to see what happens in Denver.  They have to be so pumped about the future.

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Posted: 3/22/2012 2:01:20 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by SteelCash:

     I respect your opinion, and I know he's really good, but I would still rather have Brady, Brees, Rodgers, or Roethlisberger in a two minute drill with a playoff win on the line.  I know many people disagree, but that's just me.  It's a good debate though.  I just really don't have faith in him in the postseason based on past results. 

Peace dude

Have a good new year!



No offense bud, but your clearly just a jealous tool. You are most likely uneducated and extremely unintelligent, leading to some of the worst responses I've ever comprehended on covers. Manning=top 3 QB of all time, if not the best. Better than Rodgers, better than Brady, IMO the best ever. I didn't have the luxury of seeing Marino, Montana, etc. but there is no doubt that Manning is the best of this generation. Brady happens to be part of a winning system, any QB who has stepped into the QB role in New England was successful. Oh yeah, and Brady pads most of his stats with his 1 yard dump offs to Welker. No QB in the last 3 years has had even close to the amount of YAC than Brady.

Sorry Steelcash, the only conclusion I can draw on your opinion is jealous tool. Manning>everyone else.
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No offense bud, but your clearly just a jealous tool. You are most likely uneducated and extremely unintelligent, leading to some of the worst responses I've ever comprehended on covers. Manning=top 3 QB of all time, if not the best. Better than Rodgers, better than Brady, IMO the best ever. I didn't have the luxury of seeing Marino, Montana, etc. but there is no doubt that Manning is the best of this generation. Brady happens to be part of a winning system, any QB who has stepped into the QB role in New England was successful. Oh yeah, and Brady pads most of his stats with his 1 yard dump offs to Welker. No QB in the last 3 years has had even close to the amount of YAC than Brady.

Sorry Steelcash, the only conclusion I can draw on your opinion is jealous tool. Manning>everyone else.

 

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No offense bud, but your clearly just a jealous tool. You are most likely uneducated and extremely unintelligent, leading to some of the worst responses I've ever comprehended on covers. Manning=top 3 QB of all time, if not the best. Better than Rodgers, better than Brady, IMO the best ever. I didn't have the luxury of seeing Marino, Montana, etc. but there is no doubt that Manning is the best of this generation. Brady happens to be part of a winning system, any QB who has stepped into the QB role in New England was successful. Oh yeah, and Brady pads most of his stats with his 1 yard dump offs to Welker. No QB in the last 3 years has had even close to the amount of YAC than Brady.

Sorry Steelcash, the only conclusion I can draw on your opinion is jealous tool. Manning>everyone else.

 

I guess the bottom line is what statistics we are comparing. If we are talking regular season, POSSIBLY, but if we are talking about the bottom line, winning championships, which is what the goal is at the start of the season for every team then what you are saying doesn't add up. Brady and Rodgers = 4 championships, P Manning = 1, and that's not even including playoff records which is even worse. Peyton had a fortunate matchup against the Bears in his one championship win and before you tell me how he doesn't have a defense the others you metioned have not always had the best defense. As I have stated before, the Giants defense wasn't that great for most of the year and the Giants did just make it into the playoffs. The difference in this whole debate to me is what a qb does when they get into the playoffs. Peyton and the Colts rolled easily into the playoffs for several years, even benching their starters at the end of the year when they knew they had clinched. But when they faced a do-or-die situation they lost at least half of the time when their record was well over .500. The sign of a true champion for me is what you do in crunch time and Peyton tends to fold like a table. I personally don't like either of the Mannings' teams, but if I'm objectively comparing their credibility then I have to give Eli the nod in crunch time.

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Posted: 4/3/2012 6:49:37 PM
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Posted: 4/3/2012 10:33:28 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by AnthonyStarks:


Listen buddy Im sorry wasn't trying to be rude in my last post as I do respect YOUR opinion. But as far as the 2 minute drill and the most 4th quarter comebacks, maybe youve been misinformed because it's not even close. Peyton is the most clutch ever, hands down.

 

This comment isn't insane, just down right laughable.  Yeah, hands down if you like .500 clutch ball you got it with him.

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Posted: 4/3/2012 11:22:59 PM
500 clutch ball? yea.... kinda crazy that hes 36 years old and didnt take a snap at all last year, but just signed a contract making him the highest paid player. wierd
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Posted: 4/6/2012 5:23:36 PM
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500 clutch ball? yea.... kinda crazy that hes 36 years old and didnt take a snap at all last year, but just signed a contract making him the highest paid player. wierd

 

Again, I'm not arguing wether he is good-or-not in the regular season, clearly his record shows he is. What I am saying is that when it counts (and for most people that is the post-season), he is very average, and hardly what I would consider clutch. Sounds like you might be an Atlanta Braves fan, or the Buffalo Bills of the early 90's. To me there is a difference between being really good and great, and Peyton falls into the really good category. Hopefully he can change that in the next couple of years.

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Posted: 1/15/2013 8:13:25 PM
I didn't forget about this one bumpety-bump and another case of the yips for the senior Manning. Clutch, well that's one word I wouldn't use to describe him AAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA
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I didn't forget about this one bumpety-bump and another case of the yips for the senior Manning. Clutch, well that's one word I wouldn't use to describe him AAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA

Senior Manning is his Daddy......Archie...

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