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Posted 07/27/2015 09:26:38 EDT
Derby is a 6 foot 4, 255 pound wide receiver. You don't have a cornerback bump and run with him, or else he bumps the CB out of the play or off the playing field. Derby has great lateral acceleratio more »
Posted 07/27/2015 05:31:50 EDT
I see nothing wrong with playing the politics of absurd deals to the hilt. Nordstrom's is famous for extreme customer service. One day a customer came in with a bad tire and demanded a refund. The N more »
Posted 07/27/2015 09:35:40 EDT
More data on Chandler Jones: ProFootballFocus ranked the rookie seasons of edge rushers over the past eight years and Jones came in fourth, behind Khalil Mack, Von Miller and Clay Matthews. A huge p more »
Posted 07/27/2015 09:28:57 EDT
If the population grows at 2%, human bodies will have taken up the entire mass of the entire universe in roughly 7,000 years. What they do in the generation after that is anybody's guess.
Posted 07/26/2015 09:07:27 EDT
In response to robertkarpowski1's comment: -IL still has some things that make me nervous. Can Stork stay healthy and show improvement? I like the rookie G's. Are either one ready to start? NOt a big more »
Posted 06/20/2015 09:48:53 EDT
Lafell is getting mentioned all over the place in ProFootballFocus's route running series. I was surprised to see him mentioned as a leader in post routes run. Apparently many teams have to play him more »
Posted 06/18/2015 06:16:52 EDT
The game is evolving. Brady happens to be perfect for the next offense as he hits short passes perfectly and gets the ball out faster than anyone else. Putting both Gronk and Chan on the same field more »
Posted 06/18/2015 05:52:05 EDT
ProFootballFocus had Darryl Roberts (not Richards) as the fourth biggest steal in the NFL draft. He's 6 ft, with length in his arms. He ran a sub-4.4. He has good lateral explosion. He's going to more »
Posted 06/16/2015 11:13:36 EDT
In response to croc's comment: From what I heard Kraft spent ~$5.5M for 150 rings....or as much as the NFL paid for an embrassing, pathetic, unreliable and unnecessary report. That's less than a 5% t more »
Posted 06/16/2015 04:45:35 EDT
"The rings cost $36,500 each and are the most expensive ever produced by Jostens." -- http://espn.go.com/blog/new-england-patriots/post/_/id/4782282/how-much-does-each-patriots-super-bowl-ring-cost T more »
Posted 06/14/2015 04:21:59 EDT
This could be a holdover from the Jets cue card days. You say what the Jets coach wants to hear. In case the Jets coach happens to be wrong, see rule 1. Funny how Darrelle Revis spoke off of almost more »
Posted 06/12/2015 05:22:37 EDT
In response to mthurl's comment: Surprised they didn't keep him around for a camp body, I imagine they asked him to work on a couple things this off season and it wasn't going so well. The New England more »
Posted 06/11/2015 12:02:27 EDT
The Mankins deal was Mankins plus his huge salary for a ham sandwich. Wright was a pretty good idea but he got injured. This happens to 90% of NFL players sooner or later. Tim Tebow retired healthy more »
Posted 06/11/2015 09:07:55 EDT
Let's take a side trip inside Roger Goodell's brain. Your own brain may need a couple of hours to recover before driving, but what the hey. 1. Tom Brady has won his division crown every single blank more »
Posted 06/10/2015 11:35:50 EDT
No. The slightest mention of Mr. Roger's name will get it, tho. This assumes that Roger won't be cashiered faster than BB can cashier an out-of-shape receiver. Bob Kraft was deeply wronged. Being t more »
Posted 06/09/2015 01:44:54 EDT
Remember, all you men, roids is death! You grow great big gigantic moobs that flop all over the place when you're running a 4.4 40. Then you turn into Hope Solo!
Posted 06/09/2015 01:33:39 EDT
The NFLPA is probably forced to go through the kangaroo arbitration. If Goodell runs away from his problems by giving Brady zero games because not a shred of evidence says that Brady actually did any more »
Posted 06/08/2015 01:28:08 EDT
Cleveland was master of its own domain. They had this hot young coach who kept winning more games every year he coached, but Cleveland couldn't wait. They fired Bill Belichick, their worthless no-ac more »
Posted 06/08/2015 01:22:21 EDT
In response to BabeParilli's comment: What an awesome use of a 2nd round pick this genius was. Actually it was. BB got full value out of the pick for those "four years a slave". You were expecting a more »
Posted 06/07/2015 05:36:41 EDT
Kraft could have crushed his flunkey in court. The more important question is what would he do with the ashes of his victory. Kraft doesn't want his Patriots to be hated by everybody else and he does more »
Posted 06/06/2015 10:48:51 EDT
September and October will be lousy times for Buffalo and for the New York Jets, because they're each installing a brand new offense and a brand new defense. The Jets will certainly do better than la more »
Posted 06/04/2015 11:37:08 EDT
Two of the Garopper's five picks were redirected. Also his receivers had two drops.
Still, not that good.
Posted 06/04/2015 12:10:19 EDT
Brady likes a local organic pizza place. Somebody that he knows is putting out "unjunked" chocolate, and Brady gave them a personal boost. No, Lucky Charms wouldn't fit the mold.
Posted 06/03/2015 08:47:33 EDT
The Garopper is the second best quarterback in the AFC East. He has one of the NFL's fastest releases, and that's key. Also, Brady never could hit a deep ball with accuracy. Next, the Garopper runs more »
Posted 06/01/2015 09:38:46 EDT
He drinks alcohol, he likes to dance and he likes members of the opposite sex. I'll move on.
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