Why is Jason Peters always a pro-bowler?
Reputation, most voters have no idea how individual O-linemen play and just vote for the ones who are traditionally good.
He probably deserved it this year anyway. Armstead was robbed though
>"enjoy the wine"
what did he mean by this?
>Younes Belhando to Schalke 04?
>Thiago wants to stay with Bayern after the season
>Chicharito is unsaleable
>Gladbach want Stefaniak and Hinteregger
I'm going with Kansas City
>sometimes seems like a good idea but you always feel like shit later
>low quality product
>they are red like the McD's logo
>chefs (food related team)
Do you agree /sp/?
If not, which team would you say is the McDonalds of the NFL?
No game thread? Lets fix that.
Start of 2nd quarter soonish.
Anyone else surprised by the lack of trash talk Jackson has said this week against the Eagles, especially after having a big game last Sunday. He's been interviewed 3 times and all he's said is "Yeah it'll be fun to go back to Philly, and see some old fans that like me and probably some old fans who don't like me, but it's just a game, but a game we have to win". WTF?
Fuck you thug, I don't accept your apology.
>tfw the age of Neymar and Bale has begun
>Andy Dalton was not voted to the Pro Bowl
>despite his flawless MVP tier season
I know the Pro Bowl is a joke, but leaving him out says a lot
Enjoy the names
Four more first round ties remain to be played before the arrers breaks for Christmas, and by the end of tonight we will have our full L32 lineup. Through to the next round after last night are Ronny Huybrechts, who beat Dean Winstanley in an entertaining - albeit bang-average standard - match, Dave Chisnall & Terry Jenkins, who enjoyed comfortable victories. Wes Newton also somehow managed to carve out a 3-1 win, despite throwing the kind of darts a pub player would laugh at. Sky will no doubt hype up Aidy Lewis’ match with suit-wearing autist Jan Dekker as the one to watch tonight, but the real highlight could well be Benito van de Pas against Max Hopp. With the winner of this one to meet Dimitri Van den Bergh in round two, this part of the draw bracket is guaranteed to give Rod Harrington a hard on. Prior to these ties, we begin with probable nonce Andrew Gilding taking on Gerwyn Price, while the final tie of the round sees actual nonce Jelle Klaasen meet former youth champ turned serial jobber Joe Cullen. Coverage from the Ally Pally begins at 19:00GMT on Sky Sports Darts/Sky Sports 1.
>Tonight’s matches (best of 5 sets)
Andrew Gilding v Gerwyn Price
Benito van de Pas v Max Hopp
Adrian Lewis v Jan Dekker
Jelle Klaasen v Joe Cullen
>Day six roundup
>Tournament results/schedule of play
>25 years old
Does Jan Dickhead have the same genetics as Deano?
Meanwhile, Taylor-Bristow rumbles on: http://www.skysports.com/darts/news/12288/10106527/phil-taylor-needs-to-accept-his-status-and-start-enjoying-his-darts-says-eric-bristow
>"There are problems in his head at the moment," Bristow told Sky Sports. "Even when someone is interviewing him, he's very defensive. He tries to put over that everything is alright, but everything is not alright Phil. He's been getting aggressive. He's not the Phil of old. If he is to go out - go out gracefully."
>vs Las Palmas
>vs Real Madrid
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