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  1. PavlovsDogs

    With Bowles In TB ...

    Wait... have you seen their dance moves? It is Florida ya know.
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    Gase endorsement from Mike Martz

    I was all in on this article until I got to this line: "But Martz, now the head coach of the San Diego Fleet of the newly formed Alliance of American Football league, believes in his protege."
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    Kearse shares Russell Wilson story with Darnold

    I wholeheartedly agree with this statement. Kearse is up and down, but we've never lost a game because of him, and he has certainly moved the chains at crucial times.
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    Laugh a bit: Fitzpatrick the Baller

    Like a man on Bath Salts cray cray.
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    The Hair!

    CHOWD HAMMER!!!
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    The Hair!

    It's gotta either be the DNA or the Hammer. Dick hammer is just too good to be real 4. His grandfather was an Olympian and the Marlboro Man Darnold's grandfather, Dick Hammer, is a former USC basketball player who competed in volleyball at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. He later became a firefighter and an actor both on television and in commercials like one for Aunt Jemima that ultimately led to his most famous role. The Marlboro Man is an iconic role from cigarette advertisements used from the 1950s through 1990s, with Hammer getting his work in the 1970s. The ads were designed to feature rugged looking men in nature smoking a cigarette. The role later became almost exclusively Cowboys, and Hammer distanced himself from it, before his death in 1999, as links between cigarettes and cancer became more understood. The Marlboro Man was supposed to be cool, unflappable and desirable. Those same adjectives could be used to describe Darnold's personality on and off the field and his NFL Draft stock. Even though five of Hammer's six grandchildren played college sports, Darnold's family later referred to him as "The DNA" in a reference to the second coming of Hammer, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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