Kevin L

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  1. Not really a fan of this logic. That's like saying Tyrod Taylor is more valuable than Russell Wilson because Buffalo averaged more points per game than Seattle.
  2. So, about those nude
  3. I don't know about parity, but this could be the first time in history that an NFL franchise won't win a Super Bowl at least 3 times in the same decade.
  4. Warren Moon......and I think that's about it lol.
  5. Rodgers makes it look easy. With Favre, you always wondered when the bad interception was coming.
  6. Jason Pierre-Paul, Leonard Williams, Leonard "Len" Dawson.
  7. January 12th 1969, Led Zeppelin released their debut album. Coincidence?
  8. My biggest problem is that he wasted a year learning a system that Gailey wasn't even going to be around to implement next year. IMO, fixing his mechanics should have been the priority. What good is him learning the system if he can't even throw the damn ball?
  9. Sources: Chargers plan to announce move from San Diego to Los Angeles Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email comment 10:19 PM ET Adam SchefterESPN Senior Writer Almost one year to the day that the Ramsmoved to Los Angeles, the San Diego Chargers now likely are planning to do the same. The Chargers plan to announce as early as Thursday that they are moving to Los Angeles, ending a 55-year stint with San Diego and returning to their birthplace, league sources said. The Chargers played their inaugural season in Los Angeles in 1960 before moving to San Diego in 1961. The Chargers have notified NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, and other league owners, of their intent to move to Los Angeles for the 2017 season, sources said. The decision to move out of San Diego is said to have been an extremely difficult one for Chargers chairman Dean Spanos, sources said. AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack But as one league source cautioned Wednesday night, Chargers chairman Dean Spanos had yet to send a formal relocation letter to the NFL, yet to notify public officials in Los Angeles or San Diego of the team's move, or even tell the members of the San Diego organization about his plans. The source insisted nothing is final. But unless Spanos unexpectedly changes his mind at the last moment -- and there certainly have been enough plot twists in this San Diego stadium saga -- the Chargers will be moving to Los Angeles. This is said to have been an extremely difficult decision for Spanos to reach, sources said. While the economics of the decision have been clear, Spanos' loyalty and connection to San Diego have countered it. But in the end, Spanos' efforts to find a new stadium are now in their 16th year, with no solution in sight. This stalemate is occurring at a time when the Rams are becoming more established in the Los Angeles market. Spanos is said to believe he needs to start fighting for the Los Angeles market as soon as possible. As of Wednesday night, the Chargers' intent was to become the second team in less than a year to move to Los Angeles, giving the city two NFL teams after it went more than two decades without having one.
  10. In 1979, the Jets drafted Mark Gastineau in the 2nd round. In 1989, the Jets drafted Dennis Byrd in the 2nd round. In 1999, the Jets drafted Randy Thomas in the 2nd round. In 2009, the Jets didn't have a 2nd round pick. 2019 is our year for a good 2nd round pick.
  11. Enunwa is essentially our TE. Looking at it that way, we actually had a productive season from the position.
  12. Totally agree. Hack needs to be in the mix for at least the back up job, or this is an epic failure of a pick.