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  1. I was going to add one more, but I'm stumped.
    3 points
  2. No, no we can't. Not after learning the way of a women,
    3 points
  3. Basically what I can gather is that people who want Sheldon off the team are still bitter about his twittering and don't like his attitude, not because of the weed. You don't get rid of the best players on your team, because a 22 year old hurt your feelings on social media.
    3 points
  4. Yeah but, when did you know the season was over?
    2 points
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  6. It's easy to forget now that LT has become a punchline in his old age...but the guy was most likely the greatest, most dominant defensive player in league history..in his prime perhaps one of the most dominant athletes in any sport not just the NFL ....so if he got some special treatment along the way I'm good with that.
    2 points
  7. Sounds like that guy was a bit of an...insti-gator. I can show myself out thanks.
    2 points
  8. I don't seem to remember fans wanting to trade Shaun Ellis after his weed bust??
    2 points
  9. I really believe this changes the Jets tac, Sheldon is now a huge risk, I can see them extending Mo and trading Richardson in the off season.
    2 points
  10. He doesn't care and he will fail another drug test.
    2 points
  11. nfl.com just updated his page. I guess it was more serious than we thought...
    2 points
  12. Wonder if Giant fans are now looking back any voluntary OTA's that he may have missed to prove they knew at the time he was going to blow his hands off with firecrackers.
    2 points
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  16. he NFL and NFLPA passed a new drug policy earlier this week, but it was not until Friday afternoon, after the release of joint statement between the league and its players union, that we saw the details of the new agreement. Listed below are the highlights of the policy: HGH testing: This derisive issue has long been reported as the primary holdup between getting a new policy hammered out. The joint statement claims testing will begin by the end of September. Appeals: One of the key issues for the players focused on who would hear appeals for policy violations. Uncomfortable with the commissioner serving as judge, jury and executioner, the players pushed through an amendment that requires third-party arbitrators for all appeals. The appeal process has also been retooled to work faster and under more standardized rules. DUI discipline: The league is becoming stricter on this topic. Where previous first-time offenders were generally let off without a suspension, the new policy calls for a two-game ban for a first violation. Second violation will draw an eight-game suspension. Aggravating circumstances can lengthen the suspension in either case. PED discipline: First-time offenders can be suspended four games for using a banned substance (including HGH). Any attempt to cover up results of a test (a masking agent, for instance) gets a six-game ban. Marijuana threshold: The NFL is ramping down it's stance on marijuana use. The threshold for a positive test has been increased from 15 ng/ml to 35 ng/ml. Marijuana discipline: The punishment for a positive test is also changing. As is the case now, a first-time offense lands the player in the substance abuse program without a suspension. The primary difference is the punishment for a second positive test: simply a two-game fine. Each additional violation receives the following progressive discipline: four-game fine, four-game suspension, 10-game suspension. A player can therefore test positive for marijuana three times without getting suspended.
    1 point
  17. He was my favorite as a HC not as a GM.. Hey I have 3 more JI shirts never been worn maybe I'll ship them to Tommy boy..
    1 point
  18. Yea but all cutting him does is put him one cut closer to Rich Gannon territory...tough spot .
    1 point
  19. Even better , apparently Geno Smith is playing the role of LT in this scenario.
    1 point
  20. What? Can we just string this scumbag up already?
    1 point
  21. Exactly. Which is why you should probably understand the difference between a shutout and a perfect game before making an analogy about it.
    1 point
  22. He was not going to sign that long term deal most likely- so no effect on that- Common sense is not what got most of these guys to the pro level
    1 point
  23. Yeah, thinking about it a second longer... really don't like how 80 is trying to buddy up to a claimed vig. Say JIF is town. 80 gains his favor, and keeps a killing role in the game that he can help steer toward shooting townies. unvote, vote 80
    1 point
  24. (This is easily one of your top 5 gifs ever, btw)
    1 point
  25. Absolutely. Ape is extra grouchy this game, and I'm wondering if that is part of the character he is in the game. He seems extra bitchy to just be bitching.
    1 point
  26. I'd like to see where this leads. Unvote, vote Arsis.
    1 point
  27. It's a good thing they didn't know you were affiliated with a known message board terrorist Tom Abu Nasser Shane..
    1 point
  28. I'm sure I'm adding nothing new here but: Sheldon's idiocy (knowing what the rules are and the consequences of breaking them) is inexcusable. That being said, F the NFL for this stupid rule. They're okay with their guys getting their brains bashed in every week and covering up evidence of CTE, but not okay with letting them toke up to take the edge off. Pathetic.
    1 point
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  30. I couldn't help it. I had a soft spot in my heart for Sanchez like you do for kathoey.
    1 point
  31. Not sure how the rest of the Internet feels, but I'm enjoying Farrell every bit as much as I enjoyed Rust. Really great episode.
    1 point
  32. Sme was said of Brady early in his career. Put Wilson on Indy and he puts up similar if not better numbers than Luck. In the games he has been asked to throw a lot. Wilson has performed. If anything Seattle is way too conservative with him.
    1 point
  33. lets trade a top 10 talent at his position because he is suspended for 4 games and he likes twitter, for pennies on the dollar. throw in the fact that the jets control his rookie contract for 4 more years and you have some genius, arm chair gm's on this board. forget our current gm, lets hire one of these ji defectors.
    1 point
  34. Please explain to me how trading away one of the best players in the NFL for pennies on the dollar betters this team? He's still on his rookie deal and under control via the tag for a couple years after. If he f*cks up, he's suspended and we pay nothing. If he's on the field, you have one of the best players in the league on your team. As you and all proponents to trade him have stated, his worth is severely diminished, how does trading a top 100 player on a rookie contract ever get recouped? But you're totes right, I'm sure if this were someone everyone loved who got busted it'd be the exact same scenario. e.g. Mangold.
    1 point
  35. I agree with the OP. Williams definitely has a big opportunity to shine, but he's a rookie and isn't expected to be all-pro from day one by any means. Coples has been in the league for four years and is being moved to his preferred position with 3 other extremely talented players sharing the line with him. If Coples doesn't break through, I think it's a big indictment on his future prospects with this team. It's do or die time.
    1 point
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  37. "Hi I'm Bob Wischusen. Welcome to another season of New York Jets football. Today the Jets host the Oakland Raiders."
    1 point
  38. Why no Arena League teams???
    1 point
  39. So now watching True Detective is a competition? Too bad you all suck at sports.
    1 point
  40. It must be June, I've just read an 800 word article about the punter.
    1 point
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