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  1. CanadaSteve

    That buzz you hear is all about Darnold

    Okay, not only did it move after reading this article, but its standing up....paying attention.
  2. CanadaSteve

    Bates On Darnold

    War, just embrace it! Take a chance that he could crush your soul! He MIGHT just lift it up!!!
  3. Oh, I was around! Hence why I made the post above where the pig has been ripe for slaughter since 2007!
  4. CanadaSteve

    Bates On Darnold

    I would be a season ticket holder if I lived in New York. Flying to each home game is out of the budget. I know that makes me not as true of fan according to SAR I.....:)
  5. CanadaSteve

    Bates On Darnold

    It moved reading this.....
  6. CanadaSteve

    Oakland Raiders release Hackenberg

    Oh, it ABSOLUTELY does....I'm glad he is gone; I had us picking him in a mock I did in the 7th round. thought he would be worth a flyer there, NOT as the 2nd round pick. I am just the type that wonders about sh*t like this....how do you go from such a highly touted prospect to not being able to hit the water in the ocean? Weird....But hey, he got a cool million, can now move on to whatever he wants. Not his fault Mac pulled an all-time, top ten worst NFL draft pick.
  7. CanadaSteve

    Oakland Raiders release Hackenberg

    I get you never liked the guy; but to say he could never play is ridiculous. I am not saying he should have been 'given a chance.' He never should have been drafted in the first place. But he was ranked as one of the best recruits coming out of high school (5 star) by multiple ranking sources, and had a decent year as a freshman. I find it strange that he never developed into anything better from that point. Just a thought, just a comment.
  8. In many ways, its more fun that the No Fun League....
  9. CanadaSteve

    Oakland Raiders release Hackenberg

    Here's what I don't get: How are you that big of a recruit and have a stellar rookie season in college, then completely forget how to play the game? He was good. What happened to this kid? Anyway, he's got a couple of million and a degree....I hope he's fine.
  10. It just feels like we have been saying this every year for a decade, with not much changing.
  11. 2007: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! (Lost Super Bowl) 2008: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! 2009: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! 2010: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! 2011: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! (Lost Super Bowl) 2012: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! (Lost Conference Championship) 2013: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! (Lost Conference Championship) 2014: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! (Won Super Bowl) 2015: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! (Lost Conference Championship) 2016: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! (Won Super Bowl) 2017: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter! (Lost Super Bowl) 2018: This is the year the Pats are ripe for the slaughter!
  12. CanadaSteve

    Jets OTA’s June 5th, 2018

    This is a modern way of dealing with things; Just let it play out, lets see what happens. Here's another way it could play out; The Jets could set a precedent by suspending him and putting a statement out to players only saying "enough is enough;" the organization will NOT tolerate this behavior anymore. Moving forward, drinking and driving will result in an automatic team suspension, no matter who it is. But hey, I'm one of those old school guys that thinks there should be consequences to actions, so......
  13. And flying in with his cape is AGENDA-MAN!
  14. It was the suggestion by one particular poster that this was another mediocre to bad pick by Mac. It is a little ridiculous to suggest that after one season of a 6th round QB that it is a wasted pick. You are just trying to find reliable fillers at that position; I am not suggesting Eli was a pro-bowler pick, but he made some nice plays out of the backfield, and was what you would expect from a 6th round pick. If someone beats him out, no great loss. If he can stick by improving and contributing on Special Teams, yeah for us.
  15. The idea is he is a 6th round pick. Some of you guys make it sound like every pick needs to be a perennial pro-bowler, or its just another wasted pick by a bad G.M. This is just not the case. You can't have 53 all-stars on the team. It was the kids first year. Change of pass back that could catch out of the backfield. If you get a couple of years out of a 6th rounder until you upgrade, great. But lets not think he needs to be Walter Payton to contribute a little bit.
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