Which sport are these guys good at? Bar games don't count
Will he hand in a transfer request?
He played with:
Van der Sar
>mfw when the chargers lose the superb owl
>He roots for a out of state team
>english footballers in charge of pain
Magath did a great job of cleaning up Fulhams bloated squad.
Not his fault the players didn't want to train hard.
Refball? Refball. Offsides. Penalty declined.
Your right OP, the NFL rigged a blocked field goal and run back to happen at 0:00 at the end of a tie game.
Just admit the NFL referees aren't perfect and every fucking little thing can't be replayed/reviewed. The Ravens made a great team play at the end of the game—end of story.
How would he fare in today's game?
with all the offensive rules today, he would be made better on offense, with all the defensive rules, I think he is one player who proved he is able to adjust to a system, so I think his competitiveness would allow him to be able to play defense at an elite level. In short, no one would be able or allowed to stop him on offense, and the rules effect on his defense would be negligible at best. In short, still GOAT
Was anyone else annoyed by this? It looked pretty stupid to me.
>post if your team is the first club in the history of world sports, is the world champion in football and basketball at the same time.
pic very unrealted
Can we get a NRL discussion going. Everything pre season and beyond. The Farah debacle is well just that ... the Broncos wanting to change golden point to xtra time is pathetic how can Bennett allow this? Sharks Premiers 2016 and u fucking know it.
You may only post in this thread if your country has a chess player in the world top 50.
Also, London Chess Classic, the final tournament of the Grand Chess Tour, begins on Friday.
Carlsen, Topalov, Anand, Nakamura, Aronian, Caruana, Giri, Vachier-Lagrave, Grischuk and Adams will be participating.
Cuba is rather good, I would say, and Spain and Peru have potential, both with one established player around 2680 and several young talents coming up.
Chess was as popular in the Soviet Union as football was (and is) in the western world.
How is this fair?
In a purely hypothetical scenario in that the Panthers lost the last 5 games of the season, how could they not clinch a playoff spot at this point in the season?
>Carolina lose out, finish 11-5
>Atlanta wins out, finishes 11-5, wins the division
>Green Bay/Minnesota win out, except for their h2h game, one finishes 12-4, the other 11-5
>Seattle wins out, finishes 11-5, wins the division over Arizona
>Arizona goes 2-3, losing to Green Bay, Minnesota and Seattle, finish 11-5
>Carolina, Arizona and Minnesota/Green Bay are tied for WC spots at 11-5
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Op here. Played this out in playoff machine. Only thing missing here was the h2h between Seattle and Minnesota in W13. Seattle needs to win this game, as well as following your plan.
Thanks for assists. Doesn't really matter in the end but still cool to know how everything could go wrong for Carolina.