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AngryNateFTW
05-29-2013, 06:52 PM
He's just now making his name known in OTA's because during 7 on 7's he did his best JJ Watt impression and snagged the ball out of the air at the line of scrimmage and returned it for a TD.

Now...how he ended up a Houston Texan..

In October 2010, Gordon and teammate Willie Jefferson were arrested after they fell asleep in a drive-through line at a Taco Bell. Police found marijuana in Jefferson’s car. Jefferson, who was driving, was kicked off the team because it was his second violation.

Jefferson transferred to Stephen F. Austin, switched to defense and became an All-America defensive end and legitimate NFL prospect.

I like to see the Texans giving someone a chance even if they might have a slight police record. It wasn't thuggish, he wasn't robbing someone, he just smoked a little something and got caught. Kids do it.

Now thanks to @JaysonBraddock , he had some inside info on Willie Jefferson and he could be one to keep your eyes on in the preseason.

Jefferson went to Baylor as a 6'5 WR and then switched to TE. After going to SFA, he had all new beginnings & moved over to the defense.

Willie Jefferson's 1st year at SFA & playing defense, he had an eye popping 15 sacks, 15 TFLs, 2 INTs returned for TDs, & three 2 pt conv

Did I mention he had a 38" vertical or that he won the Golden Gloves as a Junior Heavyweight. How about him being a track & basketball star?

Let's throw in gymnastics for good measure. His experience as a WR led to quick get off & sharp cuts around the edges as a pass rusher.

Jefferson set the record for sacks in a game with 4.5, then came back and broke that with 5.

Going back to the slender 6'5 kid I saw yesterday. Initial thought was, WOW, these are some of the most violent arms, but he's too slim.

I asked Willie today about his weight. He came in at 6'5 233 lbs, but today he said he's already bulked up to 240 w/ plans to be 255 soon

I asked Willie, how is that he has more violent arms then fellow rookies, Sam Montgomery & Trevardo Williams, coming from SFA?

Jefferson said he wanted to show coaches that his hands were real violent & knew that w/ him being undersized he had to do something special

Willie said he needs coaches to see something in him that they don't see in anybody else.

Willie Jefferson said his background as a WR & TE have helped him develop stellar hands and footwork. Very quick hands & fast feet.

It's only May and he has along way to go, but his back story and his development make this a guy to watch come July & August.

Consider me intrigued.

CloakNNNdagger
05-29-2013, 07:10 PM
Thanks for posting. MSR. Very interesting potential "metamorphosis."

Fili
05-29-2013, 07:45 PM
Great athlete. I hope he does well at OLB. Gives the lb corps a little bit of depth.

AngryNateFTW
05-29-2013, 08:25 PM
Here's a video of him vs. Northwestern State.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRhoUc7HjsA

A few highlights in there.

4:35 - Moves so quick off the line and with his long stride makes it hard to prepare for him because he blows by you. Beats double team for easy sack.

6:42 - Blow by the RT with ease and comes within a millisecond of making the sack. QB got the ball out extremely quick and even then he was almost stripped.

7:23 - Love this play. He beats the RT with an inside jab and then bull rushes past the RB to make the sack. He didn't just settle for the sack he went for the strip. He runs in on the QB after beating the attempted double team and punches the ball out of there.

7:36 - He starts off by pretending to try a speed rush to the outside but then hits the LT with a swim move to the inside. Long arms and very fast hands. (You can see it when you watch) He has a free rush to the QB who throws it but Jefferson is already in his face and he just slaps the ball away for a Pass Deflection.

7:45 - Beats the LT with ease and then jumps up to almost bat the pass down.

He starts off slow because being at 233 he's not going to offer much in the run game but he starts to heat up when the other team needs to start passing. Almost unfair to watch him play vs. these Tackles. Not even close.

Constantly beating double teams. Not going to happen in the NFL (obviously) but he was definitely the best player on the field and that was obvious.

If you have 8 minutes to spare it's a pretty good video overall and some of the plays he made resulted in his teammates getting sacks.

rolyat93
05-29-2013, 08:36 PM
Fell asleep at taco bell.


Lmfao.

AngryNateFTW
05-29-2013, 08:40 PM
Fell asleep at taco bell.


Lmfao.

It's funny because i've been at McDonald's and a Taco Bell before and have had to wait for over 20 minutes for my food.

Being high probably doesn't help.

chenjy9
05-29-2013, 08:41 PM
Still better IMO than falling in love with a fake GF. :kitten:

beerlover
05-29-2013, 09:22 PM
Very affordable, developmental, ps material. Keep working hard & stay the hell away from fast food!

Rey
05-29-2013, 09:52 PM
When I would go up to SFA to watch my brother play, Willie Jeff stuck out. He gave qb's fits and with that long frame he had me intrigued.

DB's son was a specimen too.

76Texan
05-30-2013, 10:17 AM
Looks like a pretty good player.

drs23
05-30-2013, 10:31 AM
It was mentioned that he was kinda light. How much weight does he need to put on to be effective?

rmartin65
05-30-2013, 10:33 AM
It was mentioned that he was kinda light. How much weight does he need to put on to be effective at DE?

A lot. He would be better served playing OLB in the 3-4 that we run.

76Texan
05-30-2013, 10:34 AM
It was mentioned that he was kinda light. How much weight does he need to put on to be effective at DE?

OLB, not DE! :foottap:

If he can get to 255 as mentioned, he should be just fine. :smiliedance:

beerlover
05-30-2013, 10:35 AM
He is very fluid, cat quick even. Best out on edge, downhill. Would like to watch him & Bramen battle but is probably a year behind. If coach able, works hard & eats right dedicating himself to become capable special teams member he could be a real diamond in the rough down the road @ OLB.

drs23
05-30-2013, 10:40 AM
OLB, not DE! :foottap:

If he can get to 255 as mentioned, he should be just fine. :smiliedance:

Brainfart. :tinfoil:

I caught it and changed it. :D

76Texan
05-30-2013, 10:44 AM
Brainfart. :tinfoil:

I caught it and changed it. :D

We're not getting any younger, that's for sure!:handshake:

I really like this group of rookies and UDFAs.
It's impossible to predict whether any of them will make the roster and which ones will make the PS.

AngryNateFTW
07-21-2013, 08:49 AM
I found a little video on him. During OTA's he snagged a ball out of the air and returned it for a TD.

I think 12 seconds into the video is probably what it looked like.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O7fx0cL89Y

Sorry to bring back an old thread but with TC a week away, i've been looking up some potential players that could make the roster or PS.

TejasTom
07-21-2013, 09:34 AM
According to the roster he's wearing number 63 for the Texans.

AngryNateFTW
07-21-2013, 09:53 AM
According to the roster he's wearing number 63 for the Texans.

Indeed.

http://www.stateofthetexans.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/jefferson.jpg

False Start
07-21-2013, 10:07 AM
Well... his name kicks ass! :jam: :cool:

BullBlitz
07-21-2013, 10:10 AM
I like stories like this. I will definitely be pulling for him.

the wonger need food
07-21-2013, 09:33 PM
Looks like a thinner, more athletic Braman. Give him a year on the psquad and a NFL strength program...

AngryNateFTW
07-21-2013, 10:42 PM
Looks like a thinner, more athletic Braman. Give him a year on the psquad and a NFL strength program...

I don't think Braman is as athletically gifted as Jefferson but Jefferson could find a home on the PS. If he finds any success in the pre-season then he's as good as gone if we don't sign him to the 53 man roster.

Teams know that the Texans are a breeding ground for solid players.

Insideop
07-22-2013, 10:35 AM
I don't think Braman is as athletically gifted as Jefferson but Jefferson could find a home on the PS. If he finds any success in the pre-season then he's as good as gone if we don't sign him to the 53 man roster.

Teams know that the Texans are a breeding ground for solid players.

Yea, and it's getting tougher and tougher to keep them.

My thoughts on Jefferson are the same. PS for a year while he develops and gains strength. Then see if he can make the team next year. It's one of the keys for good teams to stay good. Keep finding the "diamonds in the rough" and develop them as solid role players or starters to replace the injured or FA's.

OrangeLotPole8
07-22-2013, 10:57 AM
Still better IMO than falling in love with a fake GF. :kitten:

........and better than beating the hell out of a tennis player! :kitten:

thunderkyss
07-22-2013, 12:23 PM
It was mentioned that he was kinda light. How much weight does he need to put on to be effective?

It's really more about the build, than the weight. at 6'5" I don't think 255lbs would suffice. He'd still "look" extremely undersized (Sam Montgomery is 6-3 262 lbs).

Kiwanuka is 6-5 & plays OLB for the Giants in their 4-3

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.aolnews.com/media/2008/11/mathias-kiwanuka.jpg

He was about 255 when drafted, now he's about 267. IMO he'd serve better as an undersized pass rushing specialist out of a 4-3. Same thing with this guy, if he's as athletic as they're saying I'd rather see him come off the bench relieving Jj Watt as the 5 tech, or the at least play the 5 tech in passing situations.

thunderkyss
07-22-2013, 12:28 PM
Manny Lawson is also 6'5" 240lbs, he played OLB for the 49ers & the Bengals. Next year he'll be playing opposite Mario Williams again (he & Mario were drafted out of NCState in 2006)

http://binaryapi.ap.org/cfcc43a6eea246349d2bb5cfb38b1342/320x.jpg


So what do I know?

AngryNateFTW
07-22-2013, 05:12 PM
Yea, and it's getting tougher and tougher to keep them.

My thoughts on Jefferson are the same. PS for a year while he develops and gains strength. Then see if he can make the team next year. It's one of the keys for good teams to stay good. Keep finding the "diamonds in the rough" and develop them as solid role players or starters to replace the injured or FA's.

Hopefully we can stash him on the PS. Last year we had 2 or 3 of our PS players get signed to a different team's active roster.

If he plays well in the preseason we either need to let him go or sign him.

You don't see many guys his size (apparently up from 240 now) catching the ball up close like Watt does. If he takes a few lessons from Watt's book about swatting the ball up the air i'm sure he'll start catching them more effectively. (Has been doing it since college just like Watt)

Players like that, you gotta keep an eye on.

Uncle Rico
07-22-2013, 10:18 PM
"The weed be lettin' you know ... where tacos lurk"

AngryNateFTW
08-03-2013, 10:30 AM
Antonio gave him the nickname, Too-Sweet.

http://www.ktre.com/story/22973232/former-sfa-star-willie-jefferson-shining-at-texans-camp

IDEXAN
08-03-2013, 10:50 AM
Hopefully we can stash him on the PS. Last year we had 2 or 3 of our PS players get signed to a different team's active roster.


Too bad our mid-round Draft picks aren't as good as our undrafted rookie FA signings especially at LB, because so far Trevardo Williams & Montgomery have been as disappointing as "Too-Sweet" has been an unexpectedly pleasant surprise.

AngryNateFTW
08-03-2013, 11:19 AM
Too bad our mid-round Draft picks aren't as good as our undrafted rookie FA signings especially at LB, because so far Trevardo Williams & Montgomery have been as disappointing as "Too-Sweet" has been an unexpectedly pleasant surprise.

If he gets a lot of reps at OLB (which it sounds like he will) if he performs well at all, it's either 53 man roster, mystery "injury" straight to IR, or he's going to be gone.

I don't think PS is even an option for him right now.

Rey
08-03-2013, 11:24 AM
Antonio gave him the nickname, Too-Sweet.

http://www.ktre.com/story/22973232/former-sfa-star-willie-jefferson-shining-at-texans-camp

Thanks for posting that. Good short little video....

"Too-sweet"...I like it.....

The Pencil Neck
08-03-2013, 11:37 AM
Antonio gave him the nickname, Too-Sweet.

http://www.ktre.com/story/22973232/former-sfa-star-willie-jefferson-shining-at-texans-camp

MSR.

Thanks, man.

Brisco_County
08-04-2013, 02:38 PM
At 6'5", he should be kept on the roster to block field goals.

thunderkyss
08-04-2013, 08:36 PM
You guys know I don't watch college football, so I really have no knowledge of he new players coming in. I happen to be watching the HoF game tonight & I see this kid, Dion Jordan.

6'6" 248lbs playing DE for the Miami Dolphins. I thought, "hmm" I also would have thought he was too lanky to play DE, especially against the run. But the Dolphins thought enough of this guy to draft him 3rd overall.

Similar size to Willie Jefferson.

76Texan
08-04-2013, 09:41 PM
You guys know I don't watch college football, so I really have no knowledge of he new players coming in. I happen to be watching the HoF game tonight & I see this kid, Dion Jordan.

6'6" 248lbs playing DE for the Miami Dolphins. I thought, "hmm" I also would have thought he was too lanky to play DE, especially against the run. But the Dolphins thought enough of this guy to draft him 3rd overall.

Similar size to Willie Jefferson.

Some of us in the college FB and mock draft forum liked him very much, but we all believed that he will be long gone by the time the Texans pick; we didn't have any problem with his weight.

AngryNateFTW
08-04-2013, 11:15 PM
You guys know I don't watch college football, so I really have no knowledge of he new players coming in. I happen to be watching the HoF game tonight & I see this kid, Dion Jordan.

6'6" 248lbs playing DE for the Miami Dolphins. I thought, "hmm" I also would have thought he was too lanky to play DE, especially against the run. But the Dolphins thought enough of this guy to draft him 3rd overall.

Similar size to Willie Jefferson.

Surprisingly enough, Jefferson looks more athletic than Dion Jordan. Both struggle vs. the Run, but Jordan is probably better in coverage.

Rey
08-04-2013, 11:58 PM
Man I wanted Jordan. He would have been nice in this defense.

But now that TK mentions it, I think wj might be a close replica, probably a better pass rusher though.

I've seen Willie play quite a bit in person when I went to watch my brothers games. The guy was a monster off the edge. A monster. Now, he wasn't going against top level comp, but I know what I see. Quick off the snap, uses his arms well, and uses his athleticism well. Some guys are workout athletes and it doesn't translate to the field...not with Jefferson. He stood out. His size and ability was very noticeable.

I'm excited to see him. It's crazy having seen him up there at SFA and then he's playing for the Texans. I hope he makes the team, but he's going to have to play well...we'll see!

thunderkyss
08-05-2013, 12:47 AM
Surprisingly enough, Jefferson looks more athletic than Dion Jordan. Both struggle vs. the Run, but Jordan is probably better in coverage.

If Wade sees Willie-J as his WOLb, he won't be dropping into coverage much. Think Damarcus Ware dropping into coverage only 6 times in a season.

jtexas
08-05-2013, 07:17 AM
I'm interested to see how he plays on special teams kick coverage. That will earn him a roster spot similiar to Braman and keep him off the practice squad.

AngryNateFTW
08-05-2013, 07:40 AM
Reggie Herring thinks he could be the Texans 3rd down edge rusher DURING the regular season, IF he has a good preseason.

http://www.stateofthetexans.com/jays-take-sott-talks-to-reggie-herring/

SCOTTexans
08-05-2013, 11:48 AM
He played pretty well at training camp on Friday. I saw him jump really high and block a pass down the middle. He also had a few plays that would have been a sack, but that was with the second squad of a veteran day off...

beerlover
08-06-2013, 10:13 AM
Lot is being said about Willie but little on Bramen wonder if Texans keep both?

Playoffs
08-06-2013, 11:26 AM
Lot is being said about Willie but little on Bramen wonder if Texans keep both?
Even though...

John McClain ‏@McClain_on_NFL
Willie Jefferson eats five meals a day and lifts weights like crazy to gain weight and get stronger. He has amazing quickness off the edge.

Gary Kubiak says rookie OLB Willie Jefferson has a "chance to help us immediately." Jefferson is almost 6-6 and is up to 250 from 233.

I still have to think the game catches up to him at some point in the preseason. If not, and he's able to keep his head above water, then the Texans Front Office has made a tremendous steal from the UDFA ranks. Here's hoping... http://www.footballforums.net/forums/images/smilies/fingers_crossed.gif

Texn4life
08-06-2013, 11:41 AM
Even though...

John McClain ‏@McClain_on_NFL


I still have to think the game catches up to him at some point in the preseason. If not, and he's able to keep his head above water, then the Texans Front Office has made a tremendous steal from the UDFA ranks. Here's hoping... http://www.footballforums.net/forums/images/smilies/fingers_crossed.gif

I think you're right while he's playing every down in the preseason. But I think Kubiak is probably looking at him as a situational pass rusher at this point. Allow him to play and not think too much. That's why I think its important for Sam to get back healthy. He'll probably play the run a lot better.

Texian
08-06-2013, 12:44 PM
Brooke Bentley ‏@brookiebentley

Texans LB Willie Jefferson making @SouthlandSports & SFA proud. Kubiak: Hes got a tremendous opportunity to help this football team quickly

https://twitter.com/brookiebentley/status/364801547449794560

Texian
08-06-2013, 02:25 PM
Undrafted rookie Jefferson adds weight, eyes big role with Texans

http://blog.chron.com/ultimatetexans/2013/08/undrafted-rookie-jefferson-adds-weight-eyes-big-role-with-texans/

thunderkyss
08-06-2013, 04:40 PM
I like to see the Texans giving someone a chance even if they might have a slight police record. It wasn't thuggish, he wasn't robbing someone, he just smoked a little something and got caught. Kids do it.


I heard on the radio today that Willie Jefferson was kicked out of Baylor because they exhausted their disciplinary procedures concerning his marijuana use.

Here, in the OP of this thread, we hear that Willie Jefferson & his friend were busted as they fell asleep in the Taco Bell Drive through.

When I heard the Taco Bell thing, I thought, "No big deal." It's a little thing. NOW, after finding out Baylor addressed this issue several times kicked him out of the program, then he still has issues @ SFA... I'm starting to wonder about this kid. Wonder if he truly understands & appreciates the position he is in.

He appears to be a talented MoFo, but I hope his drug days are behind him, regardless how "recreational"

ArlingtonTexan
08-06-2013, 04:53 PM
I heard on the radio today that Willie Jefferson was kicked out of Baylor because they exhausted their disciplinary procedures concerning his marijuana use.

Here, in the OP of this thread, we hear that Willie Jefferson & his friend were busted as they fell asleep in the Taco Bell Drive through.

When I heard the Taco Bell thing, I thought, "No big deal." It's a little thing. NOW, after finding out Baylor addressed this issue several times kicked him out of the program, then he still has issues @ SFA... I'm starting to wonder about this kid. Wonder if he truly understands & appreciates the position he is in.

He appears to be a talented MoFo, but I hope his drug days are behind him, regardless how "recreational"

We obviously don't really know, but Braman also had drug issues in college and is arguably our best non-kicker special teamer.

Playoffs
08-06-2013, 04:58 PM
He's got a fresh start... will be tested... clean slate as far as I'm concerned.

drs23
08-06-2013, 04:59 PM
We obviously don't really know, but Braman also had drug issues in college and is arguably our best non-kicker special teamer.

I didn't know Braman had "drug issues". I thought he was just gardening up some little ol' 'schrooms and got popped.

The Pencil Neck
08-06-2013, 05:05 PM
I didn't know Braman had "drug issues". I thought he was just gardening up some little ol' 'schrooms and got popped.

Oh... yeah! Yeah. That's it.

He was just doing some extra credit for a GARDENING class and got popped for growing those shrooms. That's it.

Shroom Gardening 201. Very popular class for certain biology majors.

ArlingtonTexan
08-06-2013, 05:16 PM
I didn't know Braman had "drug issues". I thought he was just gardening up some little ol' 'schrooms and got popped.

Yes, having a mushroom chemistry lab means he had a drug issue. He either was selling, using, or both. dude pled guilty to having the lab. No need to defend a guy who admitted to doing something illegal.

and a link

http://houston.cbslocal.com/2011/08/18/bryan-braman-followed-unorthodoxed-path-to-texans/

thunderkyss
08-06-2013, 05:25 PM
We obviously don't really know, but Braman also had drug issues in college and is arguably our best non-kicker special teamer.

Did Braman get kicked out of a good-great program, then continue to show problems on his "second chance"

I'm not saying the Texans shouldn't have signed him, I'm saying I hope Willie Jefferson understands how lucky he is. This is at least his third chance, most guys don't get one.

AngryNateFTW
08-06-2013, 08:22 PM
Did Braman get kicked out of a good-great program, then continue to show problems on his "second chance"

I'm not saying the Texans shouldn't have signed him, I'm saying I hope Willie Jefferson understands how lucky he is. This is at least his third chance, most guys don't get one.

Texans will cut him for being a pot head, but it doesn't mean other teams will..

Bengals, Cowboys, Pats, would gladly sign Willie if he's good. Regardless, of his off the field stuff.

Didn't know he had trouble at SFA, I thought it was his days at Baylor where he was puffin.'

drs23
08-06-2013, 09:41 PM
Yes, having a mushroom chemistry lab means he had a drug issue. He either was selling, using, or both. dude pled guilty to having the lab. No need to defend a guy who admitted to doing something illegal.

and a link

http://houston.cbslocal.com/2011/08/18/bryan-braman-followed-unorthodoxed-path-to-texans/

Shouda used the ol' "sarcasm" emoticon.

My bad. :pinned:

chicagotexan2
08-06-2013, 10:03 PM
Well i hope this guy is done being a childish knucklehead and realizes he can make a great living. I hope he does turn it around because the guy looks like he could help this team.

ArlingtonTexan
08-07-2013, 12:33 AM
Shouda used the ol' "sarcasm" emoticon.

My bad. :pinned:

:ohsnap:

for my part in the confusion :overreact:

thunderkyss
08-07-2013, 07:25 AM
Bengals, Cowboys, Pats, would gladly sign Willie if he's good. Regardless, of his off the field stuff.


Hasn't worked out well at all for the Bengals, so I don't know if we should start doing what they're doing. The Cowboys, pretty much the same boat.

The Pats... I've got a feeling they're going to change that practice. Just a hunch.

Rey
08-07-2013, 07:25 AM
Where are we getting that Willie had issues at SFA? I'm not saying he didn't, but I just hadn't heard about it.

Whatever issues he might have had there, it couldn't have been that bad because he wasn't kicked out.

Marijuana use is really not that big of a deal and bob McNair has said as much. If they had an issue with weed, he wouldn't be on the team. They know his past better than we do. All the players know when the NFL is going to test for marijuana. You just have to stop smoking and get clean for the test. Make sure your markers are low.

thunderkyss
08-07-2013, 07:34 AM
Where are we getting that Willie had issues at SFA? I'm not saying he didn't, but I just hadn't heard about it.
.


You're right, thanks. I thought the OP was about his time at SFA. I just checked the date & that incident was at Baylor.

My bad. Looks like he did learn from his mistake & appreciates his opportunity.

Honoring Earl 34
08-07-2013, 09:20 AM
You're right, thanks. I thought the OP was about his time at SFA. I just checked the date & that incident was at Baylor.

My bad. Looks like he did learn from his mistake & appreciates his opportunity.

Willie knew his chance in the NFL was to gain weight and move to OLB . He was eating until he couldn't eat anymore and the weed was to increase his appetite . Taco Bell was part of this process and he worked so hard at it , he passed out in the drive thru lane . :cool:

76Texan
08-07-2013, 09:28 AM
Willie knew his chance in the NFL was to gain weight and move to OLB . He was eating until he couldn't eat anymore and the weed was to increase his appetite . Taco Bell was part of this process and he worked so hard at it , he passed out in the drive thru lane . :cool:

LOL.

Playoffs
03-04-2014, 06:42 PM
LB Willie Jefferson released (http://www.buffalobills.com/news/article-1/LB-Willie-Jefferson-released/db191d47-0f4c-4b46-8e0c-24f9502216f3)
The Bills today announced that the team has released LB Willie Jefferson.
Jefferson entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Houston Texans following the 2013 NFL Draft and appeared in six games with Houston before being released on October 21. The 6-5, 241-pound linebacker earned All-Southland Conference first-team accolades as a senior at Stephen F. Austin and totaled 36 tackles with a team-high 8.0 sacks and five forced fumbles in 11 games.

Jefferson was among five to sign a reserve/future contract with the club on Jan. 16.

infantrycak
03-04-2014, 07:01 PM
LB Willie Jefferson released (http://www.buffalobills.com/news/article-1/LB-Willie-Jefferson-released/db191d47-0f4c-4b46-8e0c-24f9502216f3)

You're 9 hours too late - in the potential free agent thread. :smiliedance:

Playoffs
03-04-2014, 07:11 PM
You're 9 hours too late - in the potential free agent thread. :smiliedance:

Oops, my bad. Please delete & un-bump the topic, thanks.

infantrycak
03-04-2014, 07:24 PM
Oops, my bad. Please delete & un-bump the topic, thanks.

Dude, just teasing. You're doing a great job keeping everyone updated.

Playoffs
03-04-2014, 07:30 PM
Dude, just teasing. You're doing a great job keeping everyone updated.
Ha! Got me. https://d2fhxf8f1mx9n3.cloudfront.net/styles/pirates/smilies/facepalm.gif