Melman's Comments

I wonder how long Smith could go before he flipped the Adderall card.
If that's a game we get to see, NFL Films should mike Steve Smith (if he's able to play) and Richard Sherman... some great smack-talking possibilities right there.
Noted. Rodgers is the real deal.

I'm still not sure what Mike McCarthy continues to retain the services of Dom Capers.
Alrighty then...

Nice win by the Rams yesterday. I think they could do well against Seattle on Sunday..
I don't think the Pack's D could handle Chip Kelley's offense.

Just sayin'...
Neither does the Pack. They will fall victim to whomever goes on to win the Divisional round.

Panthers and Seahawks in the NFC title game.
Posted Friday August 23, 2013, About: The Cubs suck
Wow...
Posted Saturday July 27, 2013, About: Greatest sports moments of the 80's
Of course no one else came close... even Joe Montana didn't win five Super Bowls.
Posted Saturday September 15, 2012, About: Is Jay Cutler good for the Bears?
Chicago could just bring back Todd Collins. With that O-line, the results would be the same.
+1
Posted Monday July 09, 2012, About: Did Ray Allen owe the Celtics anything?
Agreed. We approach the game from the perspective of being fans, and team loyalty does play into how we view our favorite teams. For the players, though, its a business first. In a lot of cases they tie in $$$$$ to loyalty, and whatever it might take to secure that paycheck (playing time). If Allen had said no to the Heat, and the Celtics moved to replace him, folks would be critical of Allen for not seeing the writing on the wall and taking care of his own business.
Posted Tuesday March 27, 2012, About: Guys that need to go..
Donald Sterling

I agree on A.J. Smith. It's amazing that guy continues to have a job.
Posted Sunday March 25, 2012, About: SpyGate should have been penalized more than BountyGate.
No problem.
Posted Sunday March 25, 2012, About: SpyGate should have been penalized more than BountyGate.
+1
Posted Thursday March 22, 2012, About: SpyGate should have been penalized more than BountyGate.
I was curious, too...
Posted Thursday March 22, 2012, About: SpyGate should have been penalized more than BountyGate.
http://tinyurl.com/7lj5pwt
Posted Thursday March 22, 2012, About: SpyGate should have been penalized more than BountyGate.
I actually waited for arguments before I posted a vote, and left bails?

Weak sauce...
Posted Thursday March 22, 2012, About: SpyGate should have been penalized more than BountyGate.
I don't think it has anything to do with that at all.

I think folks are just tired of the Spygate card being flipped every time there's a whiff of a team-level disciplinary action within the league. I'm not even a Pats fan, and I think it's just old. I'd be willing to guess that a lot of folks don't even know what the league's rules on taping that are to begin with (post #20 lays it out succinctly).

And then there's the fact that comparing what the Pats did to what the Saints did is like comparing apples and oranges...

But by all means, post your next argument...
Posted Thursday March 22, 2012, About: SpyGate should have been penalized more than BountyGate.
This!
Posted Thursday March 22, 2012, About: SpyGate should have been penalized more than BountyGate.
And then there's this. People wondered why the NFLPA didn't jump into this right away, and there's the reason. I think they were afraid that even one player might say they didn't know it was against the CBA to do that. Just coming off the last off-season, that would have been an extremely bad look for the union.
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