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Ronramos
#21 Jun 21 2018 02:51am
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Quote (DeShaunWatson69 @ Jun 21 2018 03:44am)
Ok luck fan.


How many games luck gonna play this year
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Quote (Ronramos @ Jun 21 2018 04:51am)
How many games luck gonna play this year



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Kentown
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Quote (bob(Cs2) @ Jun 21 2018 02:08am)
For several reasons. The main ones being :

It will give you an understanding of the most physically demanding sport on the planet

You will fucking love watching the All Black's batter essentially the entire planet game by game

It's all or nothing it's fuckin beautiful


Australia stomps the all blacks all the time

Quote (fuzzy159 @ Jun 21 2018 09:54am)
"But... But... They don't wear pads.... Durr.... Durrr..."

-Every idiot who thinks rugby is more physical than football.


It is. I'm not even bias because I can't stand rugby and don't mind american football despite not understanding it, but rugby players are fucking mad men. It is without a doubt, the most physically rigorous team/field professional sport.

I would say only ice hockey comes and the Irish sport of curling come close. Even aussie rules football is more physically demanding than NFL...

However, as tough as Rugby League and Rugby Union are, they require very minimal fundamental skills and tactics and hardly any aerobic capacity (if any at all). Its basically just big and beefy front rows and quick and agile backs/wings. Similar to NFL in a sense minus the minimal tactics and fundamental skills (applies only to the quarterback and kind of the receivers)

Quote (jadeoshbogosh @ Jun 21 2018 09:39am)
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:


Have you ever participated in any physical activity in your life? Note: wwe smackdown vs raw on ps2 doesn't count

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Kentown
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Quote (DefinitelyNotKimmy @ Jun 21 2018 11:26pm)
Australia stomps the all blacks all the time



It is. I'm not even bias because I can't stand rugby and don't mind american football despite not understanding it, but rugby players are fucking mad men. It is without a doubt, the most physically rigorous team/field professional sport.

I would say only ice hockey comes and the Irish sport of curling come close. Even aussie rules football is more physically demanding than NFL...

However, as tough as Rugby League and Rugby Union are, they require very minimal fundamental skills and tactics and hardly any aerobic capacity (if any at all). Its basically just big and beefy front rows and quick and agile backs/wings. Similar to NFL in a sense minus the minimal tactics and fundamental skills (applies only to the quarterback and kind of the receivers)



Have you ever participated in any physical activity in your life? Note: wwe smackdown vs raw on ps2 doesn't count


Are any of you soft fucks gonna come @ me for this post or have you all just graciously taken the L harder than your mums graciously take the D?
IHaveAMeme
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Quote (Japrone @ Jun 21 2018 01:28am)
An NFL team playing by rugby rule and attire would be smashed by All Blacks. Rugby is a tough sport. Hockey is tougher than football too imo.


Washed up NFL players dominate rugby
Kentown
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Quote (IHaveAMeme @ Jun 26 2018 11:14pm)
Washed up NFL players dominate rugby


I don't know a single former NFL player playing rugby over here or in any other leading countries like France, England or Fiji but I'll humor you anyhow... if they do go to some second rate nation like Canada then it's not surprising they easily make the transition from NFL. Like I said, its a braindead sport with little tactical background. A gorilla could play it.

Doesn't mean they don't hit hard.
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Quote (DefinitelyNotKimmy @ Jun 26 2018 07:27am)
I don't know a single former NFL player playing rugby over here or in any other leading countries like France, England or Fiji but I'll humor you anyhow... if they do go to some second rate nation like Canada then it's not surprising they easily make the transition from NFL. Like I said, its a braindead sport with little tactical background. A gorilla could play it.

Doesn't mean they don't hit hard.


That Bengals linebacker was like #1 in Europe after they cut his ass
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Quote (DefinitelyNotKimmy @ Jun 26 2018 08:36am)
Are any of you soft fucks gonna come @ me for this post or have you all just graciously taken the L harder than your mums graciously take the D?



I’ve graciously taken the L
magikod
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Quote (MexicanSasquatch @ Jun 20 2018 03:06pm)
All blacks
Not one brotha on the roster

Ok


LMFAO
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Quote (DeShaunWatson69 @ Jun 27 2018 05:35am)
I’ve graciously taken the D


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