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Posted 01/26/2014 11:08:14 EST
Sorry, Hernandez was an elite offensive weapon who could line up inside, outside and in the backfield. Horrible human being (to put it incredibly mildly), but an elite offensive (in both senses of th more »
Posted 01/26/2014 11:03:46 EST
Frankly, Brady was never that great throwing deep--maybe one of the reasons he fell so far in the draft. Give him a really great deep receiver like Moss, who could both get great separation and heigh more »
Posted 01/23/2014 01:33:46 EST
Yeah, but in those same 50's we walked home for lunch--i.e., our mother's were home, no worries about finding emergency day care.
Posted 01/22/2014 01:30:06 EST
Growing up in the '60s, if a bad enough storm started the night before, school was cancelled, but not before it arrived.
Posted 01/22/2014 01:29:12 EST
Actually, it's engineering versus meteorology, but the point is well taken, knowledge of one has nothing to do with the other.
Posted 01/21/2014 06:17:19 EST
They've changed the parameters so many times already it's hard to compare records--14 to 16 game seasons, moving the goal posts back, bringing the hash marks in, enlarging the rosters so teams could c more »
Posted 01/20/2014 08:18:04 EST
Neither do I. As a matter of fact, when has Belichek ever thrown one of his players under the bus like that?
Posted 01/20/2014 08:11:18 EST
Could somebody give me the link showing how much money was left for each team at the end of the year after incentives were/are paid? Also be curious to see how much the Pats have assigned of Hernand more »
Posted 01/20/2014 03:40:28 EST
Switching sides for Welker could have made a great deal of difference--Talib might have made it through the game.
Posted 01/19/2014 07:19:28 EST
In response to stinkman's comment: [QUOTE] In response to TFB12's comment: [QUOTE] In response to Patsman3's comment: [QUOTE] In response to yakv's comment: [QUOTE] man its gone be a long offseason , more »
Posted 01/17/2014 11:34:57 EST
They can fire you for coming in drunk too. Silly argument.
Posted 01/17/2014 11:30:39 EST
Yellowstone erupting is going to take out Denver? Study geography much?
Posted 01/17/2014 11:28:00 EST
Yeah, but there are gaps, including such novelties as three or more cul-de-sacs in the same development with the same name.
Posted 01/15/2014 04:32:13 EST
The Pats weren't picked to go very far before they lost their best defensive lineman, best linebacker,and all world tight end (sorry Russ) as well as the other starting interior def lineman and their more »
Posted 01/12/2014 11:16:22 EST
scratch that "by Dierdorf" in my last sentence--I should probably re-read before hitting "submit"
Posted 01/12/2014 10:52:06 EST
Mesko was signed by, and played last week for, the Bengals. I suspect Mallet has taken the backup practice snaps, but they decided with the wet ball and all to use the ball handler they trust back th more »
Posted 01/12/2014 10:24:57 EST
He obviously wasn't trying to intentionally fumble, although if he knew how close behind him the Colts were, he should've kicked in through the end zone. It appeared he was trying to get it to his te more »
Posted 01/12/2014 09:51:56 EST
..and all those Belichek (draft) bashers calling him another bust are where this morning?
Posted 01/10/2014 05:41:01 EST
Colts also picked up an out-of-football former 9th round pick that did pretty well. Ninth round then wasn't as far down as it is now, and the scouting wasn't as sophisticated, but it was fairly compa more »
Posted 01/07/2014 10:58:09 EST
Posted 12/30/2013 12:26:03 EST
Sorry apjones, I hadn't read down to your comment when I placed this.
Posted 12/30/2013 12:24:58 EST
Franco Harris, Jim Brown, Jim Taylor, and Corey Dillon (and yes, Gilchrist as well) all did a little kickoff work at some point. They might have been a few pounds lighter (except Gilchrist), but the more »
Posted 12/30/2013 12:20:05 EST
Actually, I would probably go with Jim Nance's '66 year. Not quite as many yards (1458), but it was a 14 game season; you also have the added calibration that that led the league, albeit the AFL.
Posted 12/28/2013 12:39:43 EST
Lloyd was not a reclamation project. Talib did not come over as a free agent.
Posted 12/24/2013 07:47:16 EST
Yeah, Brady really made that 2008 team go--played how many minutes that season? Still finished 11-5 with a quarterback that hadn't started a game since high school, and was ranked 31 of all backup qb more »