Not to mention I'm having a tough time focusing when I'm watching the greatest QB in the history of the NFL go to work. I mean seriously, Peyton is Bobby Fischer out there. He's commanding the game like no QB I've ever seen before, and the stats are showing it. Most TDs through the first 3 games in NFL history, and without a pick.
The best QB in the NFL discussion should be over. Brady had Welker, and led the best offense in NFL history. Peyton gets Welker? Likely finishes the year better than Brady's. Since the Pats did it I don't think I've seen a team more likely to go 16-0.
Best QB in the NFL on the best team in the NFL, and this is WITHOUT Von Miller. Is there any doubt they're going to the Super Bowl out of the AFC? No.
I for one am just looking forward to him playing against that Seahawks secondary in the Super Bowl. That'll be one for the ages.
Good possibility I may be feeling your pain sometime in the future.
I'm on C# at the moment (Intro programming)
Good luck sir!
Thanks. I hang out with mostly upperclassmen, which is awkward at times, but when it comes to getting coding help it's awesome. It's due at 11:59 tomorrow, so I've basically got 24 hours to get this done. 3 hours worth of office hours and a meeting with one of my friends tomorrow, I'm hoping I can do it. It's one of those things where it's probably only going to be worth 5-7% of my grade, but they'll be grading it on an all-or-nothing scale (or close to it). Either it runs or it doesn't.
You've fallen for the trap... don't you know that the two favorites never make the Super Bowl?
I think the NFC's a little more open, the 49ers won't be this bad for long, the Falcons and Saints could both make a splash, etc. But I'm really having a hard time imagining anyone but the Broncos making it from the AFC. If I had to pick another team, it'd be the Colts, but I think the Broncos are that good.