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barrett
03-19-2010, 12:14 AM
Pro Football Focus (http://profootballfocus.com/articles.php?tab=articles&arc=&id=138) recently did an "all AFC South Team" and found Houston's very own to be -the best.






C Chris Myers If people could look past the highlight-reel plays he yielded to Kris Jenkins, they'd see Myers was the best part of the Texans' line and a very good run blocker

So, I watched the film, at least the film of Mr. Meyers playing football for Houston. And um... well, I don't know what to say about this.

But...

They also found Demeco Ryans to be not the best.

Just thought you would like to know.

m5kwatts
03-19-2010, 12:18 AM
Saw this list the other day.... some of the picks strike me as "look how crazy I can be" ... I mean the left guard Ryan Lilja was released by the Colts

Wolf6151
03-19-2010, 12:22 AM
Some people make retarded lists just to be controversial.

Corrosion
03-19-2010, 12:26 AM
Whoever made that list is smokin dogfood cause crack dont make ya act like that.

TexCanada
03-19-2010, 12:29 AM
I think there is a Chris Myers on our team, not so sure about Meyers. Meyers must play on the same team as this Kevin Walters guy everyone talks about.

Allstar
03-19-2010, 01:22 AM
Some people make retarded lists just to be controversial.

http://tunagolf.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/skip_bayless_projectile_vomit.jpg

GP
03-19-2010, 01:55 AM
Wow.

This is all I have to say about Pro Football Fucus:

:facepalm:

Guys at PFF, just turn in your NFL Fan badge right now. And your one bullet that you keep in your shirt pocket.

GP
03-19-2010, 01:58 AM
http://tunagolf.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/skip_bayless_projectile_vomit.jpg

I cannot STAND that guy. I mean, do people like him (and McClain) have photos of people in positions of power in the media?

He's on my short list of sports-media-yacking-heads-I-can't-stand.

Thorn
03-19-2010, 07:56 AM
What? Another list? I've seen enough lists. Everybody has a list. I gotta list. Ghey folks have a lisp. So what?

Not that there's anything wrong with lists.......


:spin:

False Start
03-19-2010, 08:13 AM
I received this on my news feed this morning, and with Myers being listed as the best C, almost made me lose my chocolate milk. :spit:

Second Honeymoon
03-19-2010, 08:53 AM
this writer has obviously had a frontal lobe lobotomy recently

just the stupidest thing I have ever read.

and as for the Kris Jenkins highlight err lowlight, that isn't the only play where he was totally blown up and failed. myers has a highlight reel of getting thrown around like a rag doll...just a pathetic excuse for a center.

epic fail

HOU-TEX
03-19-2010, 09:01 AM
Durant over D-Ryans is ludicrous. I might be a little biased due to D-Ryans being one of my faves, but I don't even think it should be close. Even their stats dictate Ryans was by far the better player.

Leach had a down year due to the poor running game, but I could still make an argument for him over Hall.

Meh, I don't even want to get started on the Myers issue.

I've never been to that particular website before and it appears I never will.

GP
03-19-2010, 09:21 AM
this writer has obviously had a frontal lobe lobotomy recently

just the stupidest thing I have ever read.

and as for the Kris Jenkins highlight err lowlight, that isn't the only play where he was totally blown up and failed. myers has a highlight reel of getting thrown around like a rag doll...just a pathetic excuse for a center.

epic fail

How about the one play when we're near the red zone, and it's a 4th down play IIRC, and Schaub gets the snap and drops back...and a blitzer comes free right down the pipe (past Myers, who tries to stick an arm out as he whizzes by) and Shcaub has to throw early. Interception. Game over.

When we watch that play back again, we see that Myers had slid over to his left, trying to set up a possible double-team on a guy...and a LB had come through on a delayed blitz. Myers never made the double-team tackle, and also fails to stop the blitzer.

In essence, he failed at two things. At the same time. And it caused a turnover.

There's lots of examples of this sort of thing. Other than our sketchy running back situation, the problem at Center is glaring. It's bad. I don't give a royal red crap about who is playing in place of Pitts, or if Duane Brown can handle his duties at LT. I worry about the Center. Every game. Because it's bad.

MannyFresh
03-19-2010, 09:26 AM
Oh great, and after Kubes reads this, I can already hear "he's our guy and we're glad we have 'the best' ", ....LOL someone post that gratuitous B**tch Slap footage against the Jets as a reminder! Please!

Blake
03-19-2010, 09:52 AM
:spit:

Kal
03-19-2010, 10:05 AM
As the writer of the article (with consultation of some of the other guys) I feel able to address some of the criticisms.

On the weight of his play Myers got the nod - did he have bad plays? Yes he did, but over the course of the season he did more good things than bad compared to the other centers in the AFC South.

Meester had a terrible year, Mawae may be a great leader but he's past it, and while Saturday had a good year he was more patchy than Myers.

As for Ryans - I think he had a good year and would have made some other All Divisional Teams, but Durant was just a better player in my mind (I saw every game of both teams bar 1 or 2 in detail) who made consistently more plays. I realise I'll be in the minority for saying that on this board, but I'm completely objective, have no agenda (I'm a Falcons fan) and have no need to create a controversial list (it doesn't do anything).

Still, appreciate the criticism and thoughts - footballs a subjective game so I wouldn't expect everyone to think the same.

eriadoc
03-19-2010, 10:16 AM
As the writer of the article (with consultation of some of the other guys) I feel able to address some of the criticisms.

On the weight of his play Myers got the nod - did he have bad plays? Yes he did, but over the course of the season he did more good things than bad compared to the other centers in the AFC South.

Meester had a terrible year, Mawae may be a great leader but he's past it, and while Saturday had a good year he was more patchy than Myers.

As for Ryans - I think he had a good year and would have made some other All Divisional Teams, but Durant was just a better player in my mind (I saw every game of both teams bar 1 or 2 in detail) who made consistently more plays. I realise I'll be in the minority for saying that on this board, but I'm completely objective, have no agenda (I'm a Falcons fan) and have no need to create a controversial list (it doesn't do anything).

Still, appreciate the criticism and thoughts - footballs a subjective game so I wouldn't expect everyone to think the same.

A.) Myers is a very good blocker at the second level. When he can get out there, he can be a very good contributor to the run game. Unfortunately, he's a very bad blocker at the first level, especially in pass protection.

B.) I was a Durant fan when he came out of school. He was a small school guy that not too many people had keyed on, and I thought he'd do well in the NFL. He has. He's not better than Demeco Ryans. You can insist upon the point if you want, and we'll accord your opinion the worth it deserves at that point.

GP
03-19-2010, 10:24 AM
As the writer of the article (with consultation of some of the other guys) I feel able to address some of the criticisms.

On the weight of his play Myers got the nod - did he have bad plays? Yes he did, but over the course of the season he did more good things than bad compared to the other centers in the AFC South.

Meester had a terrible year, Mawae may be a great leader but he's past it, and while Saturday had a good year he was more patchy than Myers.

As for Ryans - I think he had a good year and would have made some other All Divisional Teams, but Durant was just a better player in my mind (I saw every game of both teams bar 1 or 2 in detail) who made consistently more plays. I realise I'll be in the minority for saying that on this board, but I'm completely objective, have no agenda (I'm a Falcons fan) and have no need to create a controversial list (it doesn't do anything).

Still, appreciate the criticism and thoughts - footballs a subjective game so I wouldn't expect everyone to think the same.

Well, I think where you failed (in my humble opinion) is the idea that taking the four centers of the four AFC South teams is a good way to line them up and say "This guy is the best of all four."

Maybe all four of them suck? How about them apples.

Saying Chris Myers was the best of the lot doesn't make me think he's a good center. There are many other centers in the league to grade him against. Judging him based upon the other three centers in the AFC South is not exactly a good sampling size, is it?

Are you a Brit? I see that you spelled "realize" with an "s" ("realise"). If so, are you in the U.K. or here in America?

You might want to cruise by the team message boards before compiling lists. I doubt I could write a proper evaluation on the Falcons, with the exception of the craptastic cornerback you guys just signed.

Porky
03-19-2010, 10:30 AM
Please Colts, trade Saturday for Myers! :evil:

HOU-TEX
03-19-2010, 10:42 AM
As the writer of the article (with consultation of some of the other guys) I feel able to address some of the criticisms.

On the weight of his play Myers got the nod - did he have bad plays? Yes he did, but over the course of the season he did more good things than bad compared to the other centers in the AFC South.

Meester had a terrible year, Mawae may be a great leader but he's past it, and while Saturday had a good year he was more patchy than Myers.

As for Ryans - I think he had a good year and would have made some other All Divisional Teams, but Durant was just a better player in my mind (I saw every game of both teams bar 1 or 2 in detail) who made consistently more plays. I realise I'll be in the minority for saying that on this board, but I'm completely objective, have no agenda (I'm a Falcons fan) and have no need to create a controversial list (it doesn't do anything).

Still, appreciate the criticism and thoughts - footballs a subjective game so I wouldn't expect everyone to think the same.

No offense, but you are wrong on both players. As eriadoc said, Myers might be decent in space, but he's terrible at the point of attack and hardly ever has his man on the positive side of the LOS. He's pushed back on the negative side more times than not.

Durant made more plays than Ryans? Because he had a pick? That's crazy talk. Statistically, Ryans beat Durant in every catagory except the pick. Not only did Ryans have more tackles, but he had more than double the amount of TFL's. It's not even close dude, and frankly, doesn't speak much of your credibility.

How can you watch all the games of both teams when they both played all but 4-5 games at noon? Plus the fact that a majority of the Jags games were blacked out.

RagingBull
03-19-2010, 10:48 AM
No way he is better than Mawae or Saturday. In fact, he is probably not even the best center on our team.

NitroGSXR
03-19-2010, 10:52 AM
As the writer of the article (with consultation of some of the other guys) I feel able to address some of the criticisms.

On the weight of his play Myers got the nod - did he have bad plays? Yes he did, but over the course of the season he did more good things than bad compared to the other centers in the AFC South.

Meester had a terrible year, Mawae may be a great leader but he's past it, and while Saturday had a good year he was more patchy than Myers.

As for Ryans - I think he had a good year and would have made some other All Divisional Teams, but Durant was just a better player in my mind (I saw every game of both teams bar 1 or 2 in detail) who made consistently more plays. I realise I'll be in the minority for saying that on this board, but I'm completely objective, have no agenda (I'm a Falcons fan) and have no need to create a controversial list (it doesn't do anything).

Still, appreciate the criticism and thoughts - footballs a subjective game so I wouldn't expect everyone to think the same.
It took some cast iron cojones to own up to that article here at TexansTalk... you'll be getting green rep from me for that.

You're wrong... wrong... horribly wrong.

mexican_texan
03-19-2010, 11:23 AM
As the writer of the article (with consultation of some of the other guys) I feel able to address some of the criticisms.

On the weight of his play Myers got the nod - did he have bad plays? Yes he did, but over the course of the season he did more good things than bad compared to the other centers in the AFC South.

Meester had a terrible year, Mawae may be a great leader but he's past it, and while Saturday had a good year he was more patchy than Myers.

As for Ryans - I think he had a good year and would have made some other All Divisional Teams, but Durant was just a better player in my mind (I saw every game of both teams bar 1 or 2 in detail) who made consistently more plays. I realise I'll be in the minority for saying that on this board, but I'm completely objective, have no agenda (I'm a Falcons fan) and have no need to create a controversial list (it doesn't do anything).

Still, appreciate the criticism and thoughts - footballs a subjective game so I wouldn't expect everyone to think the same.

Ryans probably did make less plays than Durant, but look at Cushing's big plays and note what Ryans does. A big part of his season was setting up Cushing for big plays, apart from his own big plays.

Porky
03-19-2010, 11:27 AM
Ryans was a beast last year. He easily had his best season. This article is pure fantasy and folly.

HOU-TEX
03-19-2010, 11:34 AM
Ryans probably did make less plays than Durant, but look at Cushing's big plays and note what Ryans does. A big part of his season was setting up Cushing for big plays, apart from his own big plays.

That's my whole point. Save the lone int by Durant, Ryans made more plays. For LB's, by "plays" I mean FF, FR, TFL, PD and INT's. I look more towards TFL's and stuffs and it's not very close.

I agree with Porky, the article's a joke

badboy
03-19-2010, 11:34 AM
As the writer of the article (with consultation of some of the other guys) I feel able to address some of the criticisms.

On the weight of his play Myers got the nod - did he have bad plays? Yes he did, but over the course of the season he did more good things than bad compared to the other centers in the AFC South.

Meester had a terrible year, Mawae may be a great leader but he's past it, and while Saturday had a good year he was more patchy than Myers.

As for Ryans - I think he had a good year and would have made some other All Divisional Teams, but Durant was just a better player in my mind (I saw every game of both teams bar 1 or 2 in detail) who made consistently more plays. I realise I'll be in the minority for saying that on this board, but I'm completely objective, have no agenda (I'm a Falcons fan) and have no need to create a controversial list (it doesn't do anything).

Still, appreciate the criticism and thoughts - footballs a subjective game so I wouldn't expect everyone to think the same.I really respect you for stepping up to answer criticisms. I usuaaly do not rate Texans players against other teams because I really don't care how the others play. Unless of course they may come to us as a player. I often have to remind myself that Myers played last season without Pitt's bulk and being a veteran to help him. The position to his other side was filled by game day announcement often. We had no running back to take pressure off. More importantly, no one else including our 3rd round pick Caldwell took the job from Myers. Myers does not need to go, just go to guard. I had hoped JD Walton would resolve this spot but the new FA seems to be the "hope".

mexican_texan
03-19-2010, 11:36 AM
That's my whole point. Save the lone int by Durant, Ryans made more plays. For LB's, by "plays" I mean FF, FR, TFL, PD and INT's. I look more towards TFL's and stuffs and it's not very close.

I agree with Porky, the article's a joke

Really? I thought this was a "down" year for Ryans stats-wise with Cushing and Diles stepping up, but I haven't really looked at the numbers.

ChampionTexan
03-19-2010, 11:43 AM
As the writer of the article (with consultation of some of the other guys) I feel able to address some of the criticisms.

On the weight of his play Myers got the nod - did he have bad plays? Yes he did, but over the course of the season he did more good things than bad compared to the other centers in the AFC South.

Meester had a terrible year, Mawae may be a great leader but he's past it, and while Saturday had a good year he was more patchy than Myers.

As for Ryans - I think he had a good year and would have made some other All Divisional Teams, but Durant was just a better player in my mind (I saw every game of both teams bar 1 or 2 in detail) who made consistently more plays. I realise I'll be in the minority for saying that on this board, but I'm completely objective, have no agenda (I'm a Falcons fan) and have no need to create a controversial list (it doesn't do anything).

Still, appreciate the criticism and thoughts - footballs a subjective game so I wouldn't expect everyone to think the same.

Thanks for the commentary, and what you do. There are both advantages and disadvantages to being close to a situation when forming an opinion, so external commentary (even when it generates some negative feedback) is appreciated.

HOU-TEX
03-19-2010, 11:53 AM
Really? I thought this was a "down" year for Ryans stats-wise with Cushing and Diles stepping up, but I haven't really looked at the numbers.

Nah, 08 was a down year for him, but he was dominant throughout most of the 09 season. This past season was actually his best in tackles behind the LOS, which is a huge stat for front 7 players, IMO. I'm sure a lot had to do with Cush being next to him, but still very impressive.

b0ng
03-19-2010, 11:53 AM
I cannot STAND that guy. I mean, do people like him (and McClain) have photos of people in positions of power in the media?

He's on my short list of sports-media-yacking-heads-I-can't-stand.

While I think Bayless is a professional troll, I love Cowboy fans reaction to his. . . statements.

mexican_texan
03-19-2010, 11:57 AM
While I think Bayless is a professional troll, I love Cowboy fans reaction to his. . . statements.

Controversial statements cause reactions, which cause web hits, which cause revenue.

m5kwatts
03-19-2010, 01:36 PM
That's my whole point. Save the lone int by Durant, Ryans made more plays. For LB's, by "plays" I mean FF, FR, TFL, PD and INT's. I look more towards TFL's and stuffs and it's not very close.

I agree with Porky, the article's a joke

Demeco also gets credit for being part of a consistently good defense the last half of the season, that Jags defense was either average or awful but never close to even good.

Norg
03-19-2010, 03:08 PM
Chris has also costed us so many key pentiles in the red zone on false start and etc

he should rotate this year with that new center guy we just signed

JB
03-19-2010, 03:38 PM
http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/yy358/sanjacal/duck.jpg?t=1269031006

NitroGSXR
03-19-2010, 03:41 PM
Chris has also costed us so many key pentiles in the red zone on false start and etc

he should rotate this year with that new center guy we just signed

Anyway we can verify stats on false starts? I would have thought that Winston or Studdard got more false starts. I'm heavily leaning towards Winston though. I realize yiu said redzone but false starts are false starts...

Goatcheese
03-19-2010, 03:47 PM
I know people probably won't like it, but here we go:

PFF numbers(Better performance in bold)
Percentage of plays the player made a tackle
DeMeco Ryans 8.8%
Justin Durant 10.7%

Percentage of plays the player had an assist
Ryans 1.4%
Durant 1.3%

Percentage of tackle attempts that were missed:
Ryans 10.6%
Durant 3.6%

Percentage of plays the player made a stop
Ryans 5.3%
Durant 5.8%

Percentage of tackles that resulted in a stop
Ryans 60.2%
Durant 54.3%

Percentage of rush attempts that resulted in a sack
Ryans 0.8%
Durant 1.45%

Percentage of rush attempts that resulted in a QB hit
Ryans 4.1%
Durant 1.4%

Percentage of rush attempts that resulted in a QB pressure
Ryans 4.9%
Durant 8.7%

Percentage of plays in coverage the player was thrown at
Ryans 10.9%
Durant 9.1%

Percentage of plays in coverage the player allowed a reception
Ryans 9.2%
Durant 7.7%

Yards allowed per play in coverage
Ryans 0.80
Durant 0.77

False Start
03-19-2010, 04:02 PM
No reward for biggest D-bag owner in the AFC South?

http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii202/J4103V/bud-adams.jpg

infantrycak
03-19-2010, 04:13 PM
Really? I thought this was a "down" year for Ryans stats-wise with Cushing and Diles stepping up, but I haven't really looked at the numbers.

Thing is you could have lesser stats because other players are stepping up and playing better but that isn't a down year as in you didn't play as well.

Percentage of tackle attempts that were missed:
Ryans 10.6%
Durant 3.6%

I am really starting to doubt the accuracy of PFF. There is no way DeMeco missed almost 11% of the tackles he attempted.

And hmmm:

Percentage of plays the player made a stop
Ryans 5.3%
Durant 5.8%

Percentage of tackles that resulted in a stop
Ryans 60.2%
Durant 54.3%

Now they list Ryans as having 1054 snaps to calculate this (and only use solos by the way despite saying tackles which is usually solos and assists combined). That's interesting since the Texans D only had 974 plays last season.

Hervoyel
03-19-2010, 04:43 PM
Pro Football Focus has worked its way onto my list of football sites I don't pay any attention to anymore.

Brisco_County
03-19-2010, 05:11 PM
I am really starting to doubt the accuracy of PFF. There is no way DeMeco missed almost 11% of the tackles he attempted.

Now they list Ryans as having 1054 snaps to calculate this (and only use solos by the way despite saying tackles which is usually solos and assists combined). That's interesting since the Texans D only had 974 plays last season.

This is all too weird, and it's exactly why a good chief editor makes all the difference.

NitroGSXR
03-19-2010, 05:16 PM
Pro Football Focus has worked its way onto my list of football sites I don't pay any attention to anymore.
I can appreciate what they're trying to do but they took a massive swing with a thin bat. Big hole in their swing I'm with you. I find my news elsewhere.

nfldraft2010
03-19-2010, 06:17 PM
Yeah...I don't really trust ProFootballFocus as a credible source of information.

Honoring Earl 34
03-19-2010, 08:46 PM
I'll take Nick Mangold .

Texan_Bill
03-19-2010, 08:51 PM
I'll take Nick Mangold .

In the AFC East? :thinking: yeah, I would too.

beerlover
03-19-2010, 09:00 PM
bash all you want the Texans got unbelievable value when they aquired Chris Myers. pretty demanding job if you think about it. I appreciate all his efforts & feel he is the best Center in Houston Texans history, not his fault & the guys around him are not excatly all-pro either :deadhorse

BL

barrett
03-20-2010, 03:17 AM
I am really starting to doubt the accuracy of PFF. There is no way DeMeco missed almost 11% of the tackles he attempted.



I actually think he had one of his best years but also missed more tackles than I can remember him missing.

God, I've got one key 3rd down stuck in my brain, I can't place it. Jags maybe? Somebody coming across the middle and if #59 makes the tackle we either win or have a chance to win. He whiffs and player x just barely makes the first down along the sideline. Anybody know what I'm talking about? I believe Cushing misses the tackle along the sideline as well....

rickyb
03-20-2010, 07:48 AM
I doubt I could write a proper evaluation on the Falcons, with the exception of the craptastic cornerback you guys just signed.

:spit:

I had to run to the kitchen, brew some coffee, pour it in my cup, run back to my laptop....so I could spew it when I read that. Awesome. :-)

infantrycak
03-20-2010, 11:17 AM
Ryans was a beast last year. He easily had his best season. This article is pure fantasy and folly.

An outsider agrees:

With the explosive and precocious Cushing by his side, Ryans became less reactive and more proactive as a tackler. It was by far Ryans’s best year as a pro.

Link (http://fifthdown.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/03/20/state-of-the-texans-what-the-2009-film-revealed/)

ObsiWan
03-20-2010, 12:08 PM
As the writer of the article (with consultation of some of the other guys) I feel able to address some of the criticisms.

On the weight of his play Myers got the nod - did he have bad plays? Yes he did, but over the course of the season he did more good things than bad compared to the other centers in the AFC South.

Meester had a terrible year, Mawae may be a great leader but he's past it, and while Saturday had a good year he was more patchy than Myers.

As for Ryans - I think he had a good year and would have made some other All Divisional Teams, but Durant was just a better player in my mind (I saw every game of both teams bar 1 or 2 in detail) who made consistently more plays. I realise I'll be in the minority for saying that on this board, but I'm completely objective, have no agenda (I'm a Falcons fan) and have no need to create a controversial list (it doesn't do anything).

Still, appreciate the criticism and thoughts - footballs a subjective game so I wouldn't expect everyone to think the same.

Rep your way for having the 'nads to come here and face the criticism.

And BTW, what's with the FB assessment

Had a decent year but wins this award because of the lack of other options this division presents at fullback

Take a longer look at Vonte Leach.

barrett
03-20-2010, 11:53 PM
I actually think he had one of his best years but also missed more tackles than I can remember him missing.

God, I've got one key 3rd down stuck in my brain, I can't place it. Jags maybe? Somebody coming across the middle and if #59 makes the tackle we either win or have a chance to win. He whiffs and player x just barely makes the first down along the sideline. Anybody know what I'm talking about? I believe Cushing misses the tackle along the sideline as well....

damnit! anybody? it's killing me!

DexmanC
03-21-2010, 01:20 AM
damnit! anybody? it's killing me!

Must have been the Jags game. Jacksonville ran the ball 11 times straight
for 3 first downs to put the game out of reach. It was by far the most
pathetic defensive series in the second half of last season.

infantrycak
03-21-2010, 10:25 AM
Must have been the Jags game. Jacksonville ran the ball 11 times straight
for 3 first downs to put the game out of reach. It was by far the most
pathetic defensive series in the second half of last season.

It was 7 but who's counting.

Maddict5
03-21-2010, 12:14 PM
I actually think he had one of his best years but also missed more tackles than I can remember him missing.

God, I've got one key 3rd down stuck in my brain, I can't place it. Jags maybe? Somebody coming across the middle and if #59 makes the tackle we either win or have a chance to win. He whiffs and player x just barely makes the first down along the sideline. Anybody know what I'm talking about? I believe Cushing misses the tackle along the sideline as well....

damnit! anybody? it's killing me!

when you posted it the first play that came to mind was the jags OT game last year. but no cushing then so idk!

BigBull17
03-21-2010, 09:28 PM
It was 7 but who's counting.

Felt like 11. Or 500.

barrett
03-21-2010, 11:40 PM
when you posted it the first play that came to mind was the jags OT game last year. but no cushing then so idk!

I'm less certain about the 56 part. So it may have been the one. Whoever it was, the bad guy ends up just getting enough for a first.

DexmanC
03-22-2010, 02:14 AM
It was 7 but who's counting.

Heh. Sure FELT like 11. Here's to 2010 being the "BREAKOUT" year for
the Texans. The year in which national media types like Brian Baldinger
and Peter King aren't laughing at Mark Vandermeer during SuperBowl
week.

TimeKiller
03-22-2010, 12:57 PM
Shiniest POS to fall off the **** wagon award? Sweet.

Saying he's the best C in the AFC south is at best debatable, a pretty stupid basis of comparison and completely ****ing irrelevant.

The small and skinny of it is that if Chris Myers were a decent player, he would get some time of award or honor for it that has meaning.

GP
03-22-2010, 11:04 PM
Shiniest POS to fall off the **** wagon award? Sweet.

Saying he's the best C in the AFC south is at best debatable, a pretty stupid basis of comparison and completely ****ing irrelevant.

The small and skinny of it is that if Chris Myers were a decent player, he would get some time of award or honor for it that has meaning.

Probably THE harshest post. Ever.

And so true.

TimeKiller
03-23-2010, 08:15 AM
I thought I held back a little.....