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I did, I posted one on David Garrard possibly getting a contract extension. It showed up for a bit
Posted Monday July 25, 2011, About: WHICH TEAM WILL STRIVE TO BE THE WORST OF 2011 ?
Yeah, didn't see that argument coming...Guess who else wasn't taken in the first round? Brian Brohm, Chad Henne and Jimmy Clausen. All were said to be pro-ready QBs, but fell out of the first round. They're doin' really well, aren't they? No chance Dalton was seen to be any better than Henne or Clausen, either.

Don't even try to tell me either Tom Brady or Joe Montana is the level of expectation for a QB after pick 32.
Posted Monday July 25, 2011, About: Yankees secret weapon
He's not Nunez, he's Seal Team 28, and should not be spoken about in public.
I think we should make an effort to go back through old threads and find the ones history proved the most incorrect...post a message or two and get them back in the rotation
Posted Monday July 25, 2011, About: Yankees secret weapon
You mean, like, hitting and fielding literally at the same time? I definitely think it would qualify as a secret weapon though. No way the Sox see that comin'!
Yeah...a message back in time...you're not gonna like how the Derek Anderson thing ends, but you'll love who you get for Brady Quinn. Basically, none of those other guys will even be on your team in three years, except Cribbs, and the 2011 version of yourself will be yelling at the second coach in Cleveland since Crennel was fired to give him the ball more often.

Some things don't really change!
Posted Monday July 25, 2011, About: Alright what the hell should I do?
Can't you do both?
So your enjoyment of watching and rooting for Tom Brady is ruined by the fact he makes a lot of money? I'm not sure what point you're trying to make, help us out, please.
Oh yeah?? Ask Chris Farley! Ya think he would have been who he was without booze?!? Absolutely not!
There's this amazing thing that's out now...it's called a television. Each Sunday, during the season, people who don't wish to pay x dollars for parking in the boiling hot sun or freezing cold snow can sit in the comforts of their own living rooms and watch games for free (minus the cost of electricity, of course, but Roger Goodell doesn't impose premiums for that. Yet).

Even better, you can pay a measely $4 a month extra and get those games televised in High Definition, which is a far better picture than if you watch the game from inside the boiling or freezing stadium. They show replays, too! Won't see that at your local field.

While I understand there's an <ahem> obvious...correlation between unemployment and Tom Brady's contract, there are very simple ways of driving stadium prices down...and no, it's not complaining about them! It's simply...not going to the game. It's true, you really don't have to pay a cent to be a fan of the NFL.

I think this may be a good option for you! Give it a looksee, why doncha?!?
Posted Monday July 25, 2011, About: WHICH TEAM WILL STRIVE TO BE THE WORST OF 2011 ?
He went in the second round for a reason...odds drop off dramatically in successful QBs taken in round 1 vs. rounds 2-5. Very rarely do you find a quality starter in that group. You do find starters at lots of other positions in that round, and statistically, you're better off signing a FA QB instead of drafting one after the first 32 picks.

Financially though...yeah, it's Cincinnati.

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