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Scott Dierking

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Scott Dierking last won the day on March 12 2012

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  1. Yankees - 2018 and beyond

    I am actually a little proud I had to google that reference.
  2. Yankees - 2018 and beyond

    I was not talking to you. I have a good feel of your allegiance.
  3. So, basically a direct reflection of you (I will leave the "hot" descriptor to interpretation). Oh, to be a fly on the wall on one of those.
  4. Kapernick: a way out

    When you own the product or the company, you can flaunt in any manner that you like. Those are the privileges of ownership. When you are an employee, you do not have that right, within guidelines of fairness. That said, the owners would be WRONG to have colluded against an employee by blackballing said employee for any opportunity for work. All in all though, said employee is judged by talent AND his ability to fit in the culture of a team and abide by what an owner would like to see his product demonstrated as. That is their prerogative. Said employee has shown a basic level of talent, BUT has certainly hurt himself in the culture of a team. You can't force a team to bring on what an owner feels is a cancer. Wonder why all the CFL teams have not reached out to Kap, or any other league for that matter?
  5. Dave Krieg, Rich Gannon at the top of my head are 2 examples. That said, I have no idea what Hack may be at this point.
  6. If we were to deal in a world of realism on this board, approximately 80% of the posts would need to be removed because people either don't know what is involved, or because they are working off agenda based biases. Let's just say objectivity and the search for actual fact-based truths are not requisite. Part of the fun
  7. Kapernick: a way out

    No doubt, if the NFL agreed as a whole not to hire someone, that is problematic. If they did that, and there is a trail, they are absolutely stupid. It happened in baseball, so the precedent is there. It will be difficult to prove though. KP has not helped in making himself marketable. Bigger problem is the chasm gets wider between players and ownership, and the sport is headed toward a possible work stoppage as the current pact expires.
  8. Kapernick: a way out

    You know what actually goes with a players talent? His attitude and his views. Nobody, and no team is forced to hire someone that they do not feel fits in their culture. Just the way it is.
  9. Bowles and Macc have earned their extensions

    Some shirts contain boobs, so can you blame them?
  10. Article: The Astros tanked their way to the top

    Wait, so football has a minor league development system now?
  11. Now that we sleep together, I hate you a lot more

    Redskin "Fun Bunch".
  12. Now that we sleep together, I hate you a lot more

    LOVED that. Would o my Christmas shopping as early as I could on those Saturdays., and rush back to watch football.