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  • 135pats's Avatar
    Today, 05:30 PM
    I don't agree with everything here, but I certainly agree Joe is the GOAT. And in my mind, it's not even close.
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  • Group.america's Avatar
    Today, 05:29 PM
    BTW this is what it looks like to be on top of the league girls
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  • Group.america's Avatar
    Today, 05:28 PM
    Clayton Kershaw and Manning have a lot in common but both playoff records are a little unfair given the teams. Greg Maddux was scorned for years for his big game numbers but if you rip out what really matters his whip/ERA etc are better than the beloved Andy Petite For mind Tom Brady is John Smoltz = as big a big game player as ever was. Brady also has the advantage of playing for the best statistically driven footy coach ever IMHO. Brady is great at the clinical short game. Manning gets so much added pressure because he runs the offense from the field. I'll take one cool, calm and collected Joe Montana everyday of the week, with or without Jerry Rice
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  • 135pats's Avatar
    Today, 05:21 PM
    I'm really not a huge fan of the "QB Winz" argument, the sample sizes are rarely large enough to draw any substantive conclusions. But when you have near two-decade large sample sizes, and all the data can be pieced together, the trends speak for themselves. Peyton has consistently been average to poor in the playoffs, and is one of the least successful players in league history at converting regular season wins to post season wins. The usual arguments "bad defense" "no run game" are false on their face. Doesn't change his place on the Mount Rushmore of Quarterbacks. He's one of the greatest to ever play the game. But the statistical argument for Peyton (which is really the only argument for him over Tom) is so much weaker than some make it out to be.
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  • Torgus's Avatar
    Today, 05:15 PM
    Brady is Manning's statistical equal, despite playing his entire career outdoors with inferior talent, Brady puts up more points, wins more games, and doesn't shit the bed every year in the playoffs. Manning's most notable postseason team records is most losses (12) and most one-and-done appearances (8). LOL so true.
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    Today, 05:13 PM
    Hey xXRDXx: :text-welcomewave:
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    Today, 05:10 PM
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  • 135pats's Avatar
    Today, 05:09 PM
    http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/content/no-debate-facts-show-tom-brady-better-than-peyton-manning/31873/ FWIW....
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    Today, 04:00 PM
    Eldi, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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  • 135pats's Avatar
    Today, 03:21 PM
    I don't think either team can really look at themselves in the mirror and say "we run the football with authority". They're both at their most efficient when they set the tone with the power run, but that could be said for just about every team in the league. Some teams talk it, others do it. Right now, neither NE nor DEN is a do-er in that department.
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  • 135pats's Avatar
    Today, 03:18 PM
    If it's windy, that overwhelmingly benefits Brady. Peyton is up there for weakest arm the in game, he throws outright ducks. It doesn't matter generally because his accuracy, decision making, tempo, etc are transcendent; but his record in sub 40 weather is BAD. The '12 regular season game in Gillette is illustrative, it was cold and windy and NE really dared Peyton to win vertically and outside the hashes. He didn't even attempt to press the ball downfield, just didn't have the arm strength. That hasn't changed. HOWEVER - in this game, i'm not so sure if it really benefits NE on the net. They'll be playing at lest 70-80% sub-package looks with a 6 man box. You simply cannot defend DEN in a base look, it's not possible. So DEN could be inclined to run it. Normally that's a big win, every run is one less time Peyton has the ball to throw. But NE quite porous against the run all season, particularly against weakside plays in sub looks. Jamie Collins has been awful on the weakside against the run, he's very hesitant and it hurts them. Some v interesting dynamics in play here. I said it before but i'll say it again, Stork v Knighton, and whoever v Gronk are the matchups that will dictate the outcome. Peyton will play great, Tom will play great. I'm absolutely fascinated as to who DEN puts on Gronk. Part of me thinks they'll bracket and dare Edelman + Wright to win the game - personally I think that's a damn good strategy against NE. And that's operating on the presumption that 'Qib handles Lafell, which I fully expect. Should be a good one....
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  • Torgus's Avatar
    Today, 02:06 PM
    Is it because he is declining? It will be an interesting game if Denver & the Patriots run it alot. Not so much fun to watch but interesting.
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    Today, 01:49 PM
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  • subaru335i's Avatar
    Today, 01:44 PM
    Hahahahaha Zee Suuuuuuure...Ebola is a "man made disease" and let me guess, vaccines give kids autism and you think Jenny McCarthy is a genius! Oh and don't forget, we never landed on the moon and fluoride in the water is a communist mind control trick. Take your tinfoil hat off
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    Today, 01:15 PM
    janebrink replied to a thread Intercooler Design in Advanced Tech
    Hi guys! My first post here and I'd just lite to start by saying: Damn this forum is great! :D So much knowledge about the greatest things in life, BMW and boost! Hope you don't mind blowing some new life into this old thread. I drive a 335dT as a daily driver. I do about 20.600 miles/year in it. Removed my DPF, BMC air filter in OEM box, stock exhaust, stock IC, stock EGR. Boost is 2.7 bar at the peak, 2.5-2.6 when it has settled, (39.16026 psi) mapped by DieselPower in Norway. Dyno says 313.34WHp/573.15WNm. When recalculated for loss over drive train that should give 365Hp/751Nm on crank. (also did a dyno when 100% stock to measure the loss over drive train) Now my IC's given up (leaking), and also the red hose from the turbo to IC. New hose ordered from Forge. But after reading on this forum for hours I still cant decide which IC to buy. Im not gonna spend $1000 on a IC (Wagner, Helix etc.) so here are the four ones I'm choosing between. I know that they are all Chinese crap in many peoples eyes, but I'd like to give it a go and learn from my mistakes.:dance: Plans: EGR removal, IC and plumbing upgrade, separate CCV tank, and possibly a better exhaust. And a remap after all this has been done. So, all you flow and boost experts out there, could you rate these from 1-4? 1st: 26"x6"x5" (core 20"x6"x5") 2nd: 27"x6"x6" (core 22"x6"x6") 3rd: 24,5"x11.8".3" (core 17.71"x11.8"x3") (Big Tom) 4th: 24,5"x11.8".4" (core 17.71"x11.8"x4") (Big Tom) I know that the last two has, how should I put it without hurting anyones feelings, less appropriate designed endtanks. (just as good as a roulette table shaped as a square?) And then some people says that the thicker core on the other models are ineffective in other ways. It would be really fun to get the experts ideas on this matter. Is DBFIU still around spreading the wisdom perhaps? Thanks in advance guys. //Anders
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