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MoonKnight1
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It's that time again when all 32 teams in the National Football League are undefeated (even the Browns!) and everyone has a shot at the Lombardi Trophy. In theory, at least. So of course the talking heads on TV are predicting, prognosticating and pontificating about what will, should or might happen this season. How about we do the same thing?

What are your thoughts on how the team you root for will do?

Who do you think will be in the Super Bowl?

Are there any players that you think will have a breakout season?

Rookies to watch?

Is some player, or players, going to have a down year?

What do you think of the new helmet rule?

Did the highly trained, uber-intelligent brain scientists on the NFL Rules Committee finally discover what a "catch" is?

Which team will win the coin toss on November 11th (Week 10) between the Cardinals and the Chiefs?

Will Bill Belichick give a press conference where the only intelligible response he gives is, "mumble grumble brmmph hmm something something mshluggunovitz"?

How many times will Trump tweet about the National Anthem? (Stop it! I said, No Politics! Bad Howie! Shame on You )

Will Howie run his annual NFL Weekly Competition?

OK, are there any other predictions you would like to make? Let's hear 'em!

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Here is some of my expert analysis:

My team, the Washington Redskins, will have a good season. The schedule is favorable for the most part and if they beat the teams they're supposed to beat I think they will end up 11-5 with the NFC East title.

Super Bowl will be "The Battle of the Gruden's" with the good Gruden winning it. (Hint: he's the East Coast Gruden. Don't Tell Anyone )

Week 16 features a possible Super Bowl preview when the Mighty Washington Redskins travel to Nashville to tangle with the Titanic Tennessee Titans! (Is that too redundant? Nailbiting ) Since both teams have already clinched a 1st round bye and home field advantage throughout the playoffs each puts a lineup on the field consisting of backups, scrubs, practice squad journeymen, dudes from the local gym and a handful of guys in the stands (one of whose names rhyme with Beremy Jeeman and another whose name sounds like Hallie How). The Flaming Thumbtacks take a 54-49 lead with :03 seconds left in the 4th quarter on a field goal from behind their own end zone that was so amazing that they were awarded five points for it. On the ensuing kickoff no fewer than 17 laterals (including one to Sonny Jurgensen in the broadcast booth) results in an improbable win for the only team from our nation's capitol with a racist nickname! Unless you think "Wizards" is offensive. Think

Tom Brady will suck.

Just a self serving prediction - Rookie Safety Quin Blanding (UVA) will make the roster for Washington and crack the starting lineup at least halfway through the season.

The Browns will actually be pretty good. Yeah I know, they can't be worse than 1-31 the last two seasons but I think that a 8-8 season might not be out of the realm of possibility. I don't hate the Browns, in fact I like HC Hue Jackson, the only reason I make fun of them is because it's so easy.

None of Bill Belichick's press conference statements will be decipherable.

Helmet rule, I'm going to wait and see. Hope it doesn't get too ridiculous. Speaking of ridiculous, can we please put an end to this long running national nightmare where no one seems to know how to define "catch"?

The team from Dallas (which shall remain unnamed) will once again lead the league in suspensions due to off field behavior.

Chiefs - Tails

Anyone interested in a weekly competition? I'll go ahead and do it again I suppose. Forums have been glacial lately so it might just be me and Jeremy! Anyone else want in let me know here. I'll probably offer a prize again this year.
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What are your thoughts on how the team you root for will do?


Everything I've seen coming out of Ravens camp bodes very very well for the regular season. For the first time since 2015 training camp, Flacco came in under injured and is 100% healthy. And it really shows. Combined with the fact that the Ravens completely revamped the WR corps from last year (363 completions and 3235 receiving yards by Ravens in 2017, only 144 of those receptions and 1063 of those yards were by players still on the team.) Flacco and the entire offense has looked sharp.

Luckily for the Ravens, Dean Pees retired and then unretired to join the Titans this offseason, so that's a huge milestone removed from the neck of the defense. I expect the defense will finish a lot more games in the 4th quarter this year compared the rate during the tenure of Dean Pees.

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Who do you think will be in the Super Bowl?


Obviously biased, but I'm thinking Flacco will have a career year and replicate his 2012 playoff run, winning the Ravens the Super Bowl against... let's say the Rams. The Rams looks like they've done a good job of buying a team for this year, but it's been rare that a team that was built that way to actually win the Super Bowl.

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Are there any players that you think will have a breakout season?


Marlon Humphrey was lights out last year, but he was the #3 CB for a lot of the year and as a result his season didn't really get noticed. But this year at some point he'll take over the starting position from Brandon Carr (I feel kind of bad when that happens, because Carr has never missed a start in his career.) And when he does take that spot, the rest of the NFL will be on notice.

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Rookies to watch?


Hayden Hurst and Orlando Brown Jr. are possibilities to win starting spots on the Ravens, the former more so than the latter, but I don't know if they're necessarily rookies to watch. As far as the rest of the NFL, all the rookie QBs who will start, we get to see all the horrible decisions that terrible teams make that keep them on the bottom of the pile. (Jets/Browns)

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Is some player, or players, going to have a down year?


I think the three B's in Pittsburgh will have a down year (Ben/Brown/Bell). Brown has a quad injury which means he'll miss training camp and likely won't be 100% to start the season. Bell is skipping training camp again thanks to his contract dispute and will get off to a slow start just like last year. And without his two playmakers at 100%, Big Ben will falter too. (Totally not a biased opinion there.)

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What do you think of the new helmet rule?


I don't like it, but I recognize the fact that the league needs to make the game safer and if this is one of the trade-offs that has to happen, then so be it.

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Did the highly trained, uber-intelligent brain scientists on the NFL Rules Committee finally discover what a "catch" is?


Frankly I never had a problem with the old catch rule. Maintaining control of the ball while going to the ground seemed fairly clear to me. I think people are going to get seriously hacked off at the new rule once we start seeing a massive increase in a fumbles after plays which previously would have been ruled incomplete passes are now ruled fumbles.

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Which team will win the coin toss on November 11th (Week 10) between the Cardinals and the Chiefs?


The coin will land on its side and both teams will receive, resulting in the game never starting and both teams missing the playoffs after forfeiting their entire remaining schedule waiting for the other team to blink and kick-off.

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Will Bill Belichick give a press conference where the only intelligible response he gives is, "mumble grumble brmmph hmm something something mshluggunovitz"?


I'd be comfortable predicting he'll have that press conference in the next 24 hours.

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How many times will Trump tweet about the National Anthem? (Stop it! I said, No Politics! Bad Howie! Shame on You )


Only three times... in the first five minutes after the Eagles and Falcons kick off. And all of them will come across as whiny petty comments. However I also predict that he will only end two of them with "sad".

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Will Howie run his annual NFL Weekly Competition?


I hope not. However the lucky coin which did quite well last year does hope so.

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OK, are there any other predictions you would like to make? Let's hear 'em!


I predict that Joe Flacco will throw for 4,000 yards and 25 TDs.

Because I've predicting that every year since Joe Flacco's 3rd year in the season, I might as well keep predicting it until it's true.
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I'm trying really hard not to follow the off season or care since so many games weren't shown on the local stations I can pick up for free without a service last year.

From what little I can tell the Redskins,

Swapped out one decent quarterback for an almost identical decent quarterback with a much better cap impact.

They picked up what should be an improvement at running back in the draft.

The young recievers aren't DJ but have another year of development under them so someone or maybe two should be ready to stand out.

The team was solid last year until they got ravaged by injuries at an unthinkable level. If they come back healthy this year and stay healthy they should make some noise.

They may even have both #1 picks from the last two years starting game 1 and they had great run defense the first 5 games last year until the rookie got hurt. Hypnotized

Now to see if I can figure out how to get this Direct TV thing hooked up thru the internet to come into the computer and out to a tv so I don't miss any games this year.



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MoonKnight1 wrote:
Week 16 features a possible Super Bowl preview when the Mighty Washington Redskins travel to Nashville to tangle with the Titanic Tennessee Titans! (Is that too redundant? Nailbiting ) Since both teams have already clinched a 1st round bye and home field advantage throughout the playoffs each puts a lineup on the field consisting of backups, scrubs, practice squad journeymen, dudes from the local gym and a handful of guys in the stands (one of whose names rhyme with Beremy Jeeman and another whose name sounds like Hallie How). The Flaming Thumbtacks take a 54-49 lead with :03 seconds left in the 4th quarter on a field goal from behind their own end zone that was so amazing that they were awarded five points for it. On the ensuing kickoff no fewer than 17 laterals (including one to Sonny Jurgensen in the broadcast booth) results in an improbable win for the only team from our nation's capitol with a racist nickname! Unless you think "Wizards" is offensive. Think


An epic game that will be replayed for years to come. Beremy and Hallie play so well that they get roster spots in the Super Bowl rematch. A game that the Thumbtacks will get their retribution on the "Come to our Casino" Indians winning a slugfest 22-16 capping off with Music City Miracle 2 (that was the final score from the Miracle game).
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MoonKnight1 wrote:
Anyone interested in a weekly competition? I'll go ahead and do it again I suppose. Forums have been glacial lately so it might just be me and Jeremy! Anyone else want in let me know here. I'll probably offer a prize again this year.


Beremy Jeeman is game. Maybe my whole always picking the Titans won't lose me too many games this season.

Also, you're on for that whole loser has to carry the winner's logo in signature for a week deal. Game not until December but still, you're on. Going to try to be at that one, haven't seen the Redskins in person before.
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MoonKnight1 wrote:

Just a self serving prediction - Rookie Safety Quin Blanding (UVA) will make the roster for Washington and crack the starting lineup at least halfway through the season.


So long as Settle, Stroman, Alexander, and coach Gray are there to keep him in his place. Big Grin

BTW, happy 5000 days of Virginia Tech's continual ownership of the Commonwealth Cup. Party
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bluedevil2002 wrote:
MoonKnight1 wrote:

Just a self serving prediction - Rookie Safety Quin Blanding (UVA) will make the roster for Washington and crack the starting lineup at least halfway through the season.


So long as Settle, Stroman, Alexander, and coach Gray are there to keep him in his place. Big Grin

I see what you did there. Angry Shame on You

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BTW, happy 5000 days of Virginia Tech's continual ownership of the Commonwealth Cup. Party

Is that all it's been? Could have sworn it was much longer. Broken Heart

Enjoy it while you can, Chip. The streak is about to end. Pray

Dang, where is George Welsh when you need him? Crying
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They picked up what should be an improvement at running back in the draft.


That might be a new record. Season's dream smashed after the 1st preseason game as the rookie is out for the year with a torn ACL or something. They were actually in Superbowl contending form for exactly ONE HALF of ONE Preseason GAME!!!!

There's always next year. Rain
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Adrian Peterson signing with Washington


Think he's got one season left in his game until the rookie's back next year? One thing Washington has been is a place for older vets to show they still have some game for a year or two before retirement. Maybe not every down game but sparks of great when needed.
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The new helmet rule technically applies to both offensive and defensive players, however has anyone actually seen a single case of the new rule actually being enforced on an offensive player lower their helmet to initiate contact? I've watched the highlights from various games and damn if there aren't a lot of ball-carriers lowering their head at the end of runs, but considering the highlights are being shown... I'm going to venture a guess that the plays weren't nullified by penalty.
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Did you see Browns WR Jarvis Landry destroy the Bills DB on a crackback block the other day? No penalty. If that had been the other way around the DB would totally have gotten flagged and possibly ejected.

Then there's the QB sack by Vikings DE Antwione Williams against Jaguars QB Cody Kessler. It was a perfect, textbook tackle. Head up, did not lead with his helmet. Put his shoulder into the QB's chest and put him in the ground. It was very nice. Except the ref didn't see it that way and threw the flag for Roughing the Passer. In the ref's estimation, Williams "plopped" on Kessler when he should have twisted his body sideways while he was flying through the air to avoid landing on the guy. In about 1.3 seconds or less.

Yeah, I don't know. Maybe they should eliminate tackling altogether and just put flags on them. Sigh
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So the NFL clarified the helmet rule yesterday, saying that "initiate contact" is intended to mean intentional use of the helmet, not incidental use of it.

I don't know how much this will change anything, hopefully it means that fewer of these penalties will be called now.
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If I'm reading the schedule right it appears athe first 12 weeks will be FREE to view the games unlike last years mess.

Direct TV NOW has a free 7 day trial so if that's the only game they hijack this year we might get a full season of viewing in.

It turns out I already have a Firestick thing I barely understand and it is suppossed to allow me to connect the Direct TV NOW when week 13 rolls around.

I miss the good old days of no remote, 3 channels and a big Dial that clicked as you spun it. I tried that Firestick thing last year when it arrived and it appears that you basically spend the first hour of say an hour and a half window of TV watching time just trying to find something to watch and get it to connect.
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Yeah, but in the old days if you weren't in the market of the team you rooted for, you would almost never see them play unless they were playing the local market team or it was a playoff game.

I live out of market for the Ravens, so I just watch NFL Red Zone every season and it's absolutely amazing (I get Google Fiber, so I have no interest in switching to DirectTV just so I can watch the Ravens.)

(Though I like to have the scoreboard pulled up on my phone, so I start getting really annoyed when I see the Ravens or their opponent are inside the 20 and Red Zone stubbornly refuses to switch to the game in favor of some bigger market team that's at midfield.)
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In the good old days if you were going to be out of market for some reason you could always get a friend or family member who stayed in broadcast range, to pop down to the local grocery store on Sunday morning (Saturday if they needed beer for viewing since it couldn't be sold on Sunday), they could then rent a BetaMax and record the game for you and mail you the cassete. A delay in viewing of course but that's just the penalty for a loyal fan leaving the viewing range.

In a pinch you could also call the friend and if you could afford the long distance charges, have them get one of those fancy 25' stretchy phone cords and place the reciever by the tv so you could listen to it while it was recording.

Party
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Well, nowadays if you don't live in your local market or have Sunday TIcket, you can avoid all that and head to a bar or Buffalo Wild WIngs/Hooters/Twin Peaks, whatever your local wing joint is and probably find a TV showing whatever random team you want to see. Just buy an appetizer and a beer/coke and enjoy.
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That's those things you big city folk have sometimes called sports bars? I heard about fancy places like that.

Here in the country small town life within walking distance we have a Hardee's and a guy who only opens mornings sometimes, never, Sundays or Mondays and closes at 2 when he is open.

If I hop on the bike I borrowed from my brother, a gas station with a Subway/Arby comes within reach as well as a Chinese take out, an Italian place I haven't been in since the 90's maybe, another small fast food non chain, and if I push it a bit more a Taste Freeze and another gas station making chicken come into reach.

Important note, if you want some NFL POP Figures for this year they're on Final Order Cutoff Monday so pop down to your local shop and get them ordered while you still can. Not a Redskin in the group this year.


**Chinese place only takes cash and sometimes substitutes rice and other stuff when you ordered those Pork lomein noodles.
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Even though I don't like the Pop figures in general (my sum total amounts to four Pinkie Pies... and that's just because I collect every single Pinkie Pie figure I can get my hands on), I had to check anyway to see if I was tempted by any of the Pop figures of Ravens.

...

Only to find out that Funko hasn't done a single Raven Pop figure yet.

So... I guess I don't have to worry about the temptation?

(Also, went to see a Ravens game at a sports bar 10 years ago and I didn't particularly enjoy the experience.)
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You'd think as many POPs as they put out they'd put out at least one per team per year. Here's this week's list of POPS on Final Order Cutoff.
JUL188323 POP DC HEROES AQUAMAN VINYL FIG

JUL188324 POP DC HEROES ARTHUR CURRY AS GLADIATOR VINYL FIG

JUL188325 POP DC HEROES BLACK MANTA VINYL FIG

JUL188326 POP DC HEROES MERA VINYL FIG

JUL188327 POP DC HEROES ORM VINYL FIG

JUL188262 POP DISNEY NBX DR FINKELSTEIN

JUL188263 POP DISNEY NBX HARLEQUIN DEMON

JUL188264 POP DISNEY NBX OOGIE BOOGIE

JUL188265 POP DISNEY NBX SALLY

JUL188266 POP DISNEY NBX SNOWMAN JACK

JUL188267 POP DISNEY NBX VAMPIRE TEDDY W/ DUC

JUL188328 POP GAMES SPIDER-MAN S1 SPIDER-MAN VINYL FIG

JUL188329 POP MOVIE MOMENT NBX UNDER THE MOONLIGHT VIN FIG

JUL188268 POP MOVIES ASSASSIN PREDATOR VINYL FIG

JUL188269 POP MOVIES FUGITIVE PREDATOR VINYL FIG

JUN188817 POP MOVIES KUBO & LITTLE HANZO VINYL FIG

JUN188818 POP MOVIES KUBO VINYL FIG

JUN188819 POP MOVIES MONKEY VINYL FIG

JUL188270 POP MOVIES PREDATOR HOUND VINYL FIG

JUL188261 POP NBX CLOWN

JUL188330 POP NBX PEN TOPPER 16PC ASST

JUL188201 POP NFL BEARS MITCH TRUBISKY VINYL FIGURE

JUL188202 POP NFL BRONCOS VON MILLER VINYL FIGURE

JUL188203 POP NFL CHARGERS KEENAN ALLEN VINYL FIGURE

JUL188204 POP NFL CHIEFS TRAVIS KELCE VINYL FIGURE

JUL188205 POP NFL COWBOYS DAK PRESCOTT VINYL FIGURE

JUL188206 POP NFL COWBOYS EZEKIEL ELLIOTT (AWAY) VINYL FIGURE

JUL188207 POP NFL DRAFT BAKER MAYFIELD VINYL FIGURE

JUL188208 POP NFL DRAFT JOSH ALLEN VINYL FIGURE

JUL188209 POP NFL DRAFT JOSH ROSEN VINYL FIGURE

JUL188210 POP NFL DRAFT SAM DARNOLD VINYL FIGURE

JUL188211 POP NFL EAGLES CARSON WENTZ VINYL FIGURE

JUL188212 POP NFL FALCONS JULIO JONES VINYL FIGURE

JUL188213 POP NFL FALCONS MATT RYAN VINYL FIGURE

JUL188214 POP NFL JAGUARS JALEN RAMSEY VINYL FIGURE

JUL188215 POP NFL JAGUARS LEONARD FOURNETTE VINYL FIGURE

JUL188216 POP NFL LIONS MATT STAFFORD VINYL FIGURE

JUL188217 POP NFL NINERS RICHARD SHERMAN (RED) VINYL FIGURE

JUL188218 POP NFL PATRIOTS ROB GRONKOWSKI (COLOR RUSH) VINYL FIGURE

JUL188219 POP NFL RAIDERS DEREK CARR (COLOR RUSH) VINYL FIGURE

JUL188220 POP NFL RAIDERS KHALIL MACK VINYL FIGURE

JUL188221 POP NFL RAIDERS MARSHAWN LYNCH (COLOR RUSH) VINYL FIGURE

JUL188222 POP NFL RAMS JARED GOFF VINYL FIGURE

JUL188223 POP NFL RAMS TODD GURLEY VINYL FIGURE

JUL188224 POP NFL SAINTS DREW BREES VINYL FIGURE

JUL188225 POP NFL SEAHAWKS DOUG BALDWIN VINYL FIGURE

JUL188226 POP NFL STEELERS JU JU SMITH SCHUSTER VINYL FIGURE

JUL188227 POP NFL STEELERS LE VEON BELL VINYL FIGURE

JUL188228 POP NFL STEELERS TJ WATT VINYL FIGURE

JUL188229 POP NFL TEXANS DESHAUN WATSON VINYL FIGURE

JUL188230 POP NFL TEXANS JJ WATT (COLOR RUSH) VINYL FIGURE

JUL188231 POP TV VEEP GARY WALSH VINYL FIG

JUL188232 POP TV VEEP JONAH RYAN VINYL FIG

JUL188233 POP TV VEEP RICHARD SPLETT VINYL FIG

JUL188234 POP TV VEEP SELINA MEYER VINYL FIG
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