re: ESPN has audio but no picture - LfcSU3520 on 11/1/14 at 9:08 pm[quote]I think you took the TV Board thing too literally in this case.
my remote has been kinda glitchy today and i noticed HBOfamily is a bit fuzzier than my other channels. help ...
re: The decreased interest in baseball is evident on this board - LfcSU3520 on 10/29/14 at 1:59 pm[quote]NFL became a national sport in large part because it hold two big advantages over baseball
1) You can easily play fantasy sports with it
2) You can easily gamble on it.
really is that simple imo
yes football would still be huge if it wasn't for fantasy but the stratosp...
re: The decreased interest in baseball is evident on this board - LfcSU3520 on 10/29/14 at 12:36 am[quote]I'm just trying to understand the point of "baseball is dead" threads - are the players not getting paid? Are the owners not turning a profit? Are the networks not turning revenue off the advertising?
a 9 billion dollar a year industry. Same as the NFL.
Baseball is 'dead'....
re: Intentional grounding question - LfcSU3520 on 10/27/14 at 10:33 pm[quote]I think if you wound up and gunned it right at a guys helmet that you could make a case for it.
Anything below the shoulders and they will call it grounding.
makes sense. But throwing at a helmet wouldn't because of the ball deflecting. ...
re: Intentional grounding question - LfcSU3520 on 10/27/14 at 10:30 pmI don't know. I mean like there's a rusher coming at you, no options so just throw it off his nuts. Just like it got batted away at the line.
I get it sounds weird, but just wondering if it's allowed when you wouldn't see where the ball was actually headed if it got downfield ...
re: Intentional grounding question - LfcSU3520 on 10/27/14 at 10:28 pm[quote]are you suggesting throwing right into a defender, intentionally? are you retarded
on that play by Romo, you could throw it right off his legs and be fine.
Notice I didn't say 12 yards downfield into his fricking hands? ...
Intentional grounding question - LfcSU3520 on 10/27/14 at 10:25 pmcan a QB just huck a ball off a defender's chest or legs to avoid intentional grounding?
I would think that if it hits a defender then there wouldn't be a penalty but wasn't sure if there was a provision for that situation. ...