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The first signs of a long-awaited Jace Amaro breakthrough

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5 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

What's wrong with regular text? And I didn't make this a Geno thread I was simply acknowledging the attitude and work ethic of our young bucks...which Geno falls into that category. While I do admit I got slightly off track from that, I was responding to someone's comment.Chill the hell out.

Nothing wrong with regular text.

It's just been proven over time that a good portion of "readers" on this forum have horrible reading comprehension and require big letters to get the point. 

This thread is about Amaro, the back-up QB has nothing to do with this topic and since ALL OTHER threads regress into a stupid Pro v Con Geno argument when he comes up, I don't think it should repeat itself here. SO please don't HIJACK this thread. 

You want to start a debate about work ethic in our young players, start ANOTHER thread regarding that topic. 

Chill the Hell out? Are you one of those people that think typing in big letters represents ACTUAL emotion when typing?!?!

HAHAHAHA. Funny that Font Size Options gets people nervous as if someone were actually blowing a fuse. Grow up.  

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17 minutes ago, Gas2No99 said:

It's just been proven over time that a good portion of "readers" on this forum have horrible reading comprehension and require big letters to get the point. 

Chill the Hell out? Are you one of those people that think typing in big letters represents ACTUAL emotion when typing?!?!

HAHAHAHA. Funny that Font Size Options gets people nervous as if someone were actually blowing a fuse. Grow up.  

Thank you for proving my point on poor reading comprehension. 

11 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

Lol no...I actually didn't mean for "Chill the Hell out" to be interpreted as such. Why are you blowing up on me lol...are you really that mad? Man, some of you guys have serious issues. The effort and frustration is strong within this post...lol but for what? A thread on a forum? Smh

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1 minute ago, Patriot Killa said:

Pathetic.

You are right, poor reading skills in this day & age of society IS pathetic. You should get Hooked On Phonics. 

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8 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

The personal attacks are pointless. Are we not here for the same reason? You're behavior is childish and deserves no childish response. I'll choose not to stoop to your level.

Apology accepted. :P

3 minutes ago, jgb said:

So you tell others to chill out and stop caring so much but you upvote your own posts. Seems like someone is projecting again.

Projection is the key to realization. Once again, altered Font sizes in bold is for emphasis, not actual emotional state of the poster. Perhaps it's a generational thing, but you guys really need to be able to discern the difference. 

 

 

AND THANK YOU for getting the thread back on track @Mike135

 

 

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Amaro has the potential to be the type of receiving threat we have lacked at the position since (GOD this KILLS ME to say) Johnny Mitchell WAAAY back in 1992, AND HE WAS A BUST. For a more successful comparison, I'd say dating back to Mickey Shuler.

 All we've had were plodders who could block really well - Fred Baxter, Kyle Brady, Anthony Becht - but NEVER really materialized as an alternative receiving threat or safety valve for our offenses; don't even mention them being a red-zone threat. HA!

To blindly hate the guy b/c he was an Idzik pick is petulant. It seems like last year was a wake-up call for #88 and he SOUNDS like he's going to push himself to be that difference maker that we drafted him to be. Amaro will BALL in '16.

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