I hope you're wrong. Owusu is a interesting prospect and did some nice things end of last year, both catching and as a kick returner (Miami?!). But with his history of concussion, KR is probably not the best idea..
Sorry with the late reply. You know time difference and the only day with good weather during my vacation (so far) held me off this board for the day. I hope you feel satisfied with the updated info that came out after i replied to you, changed plans. To be clear, NO scrimmage on Saturday
I am actually kind of glad that we will play that little bitch two times as per normal. First I want him to feel the pain of our D-line and second I want to hear nothing about suspensions if we beat their little asses. That for me would be the cherry on top.
First of all, in your face troll. Second. I take whatever I get as long as they don´t cheat. Something you seem to simply not understand. I don´t get why you have to be such a sore looser when you get to keep all those fake trophies. I am sure pats find another way to cheat their way to even more in the future, or do they try something new and compete on equal terms like men?
I've been following the topic and maybe it's because i'm european but i can´t get my head around this. Why isn't anyone asking for the title? In football (soccer), Juventus lost two titles when they got caught cheating. A relegation as well if my mind isn't mistaken. Relegation is not an option here but why should they keep a title they won when they cheated on their way to it? It´s crazy.
Brady should sit a year and be fined maximum amount. He´s a lying bitch and the comparison to Lance Armstrong is not farfetched.
Bellicheat should get a similar penalty. The guy has done it several times.
Draft picks, minimum next years 1st.
Kraft can do the walk of shame. Money is not enough, he must apologize to the league, the owners and to the fans.
For me, this is what kills the love for the game. Or for any sport. Cheaters are the worst.
Sure i can see that also understand that it can be bad to use your head like that in the long run. However, the football you used to play with was probably a lot heavier than today's. So things must be better nowadays?!
And since a fellow poster asked about soccer vs football, I think it's safe to say that soccer is a healthier choice. Knee and leg injury are the biggest concerns imo.