Cribs: Locked Out Edition (David Anderson)

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  1. brakos82

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    TEXANRED Texan-American

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    powerfuldragon g'mornin to you

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    someone tell him to invest in an actual camera.
     
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    David Anderson needs to holdout.
     
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    We really need to ship Kubiaks slow little buddy to another team and get us a Bro who can seperate from the DB. Besides, DAs "comic routine" is starting to really drag.
     
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    What with all the hate for D.A.? I've always liked the guy. Granted he's small, but the dude is tough as hell and makes some clutch receptions over the middle when needed. He may not get a lot of playing time, but how much of that is his fault? He's a gamer and has heart. That goes a long ways with me.
     
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    That was pretty funny right there. :heh:
     
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    -1 for not saying "This is where the magic happens" when he showed the master bedroom.
     


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    False Start On # 69

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    That would have been kind of creepy considering there was a dog in his bedroom....:heh: :backsout:
     
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    Haha that was great. David Anderson. A fan favorite doing what he does best. Making light of the situation and getting some laughs!
     
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    Yep. It's not as if we're counting on him to be our 2nd or 3rd wide receiver. He's a special teams guy and occasionally gets on the field on offense. He's good at the role he plays.
     
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    I thought NFL players were overpaid and should be able to do just fine during a lockout. I mean, that Aerobed was pretty sweet, but he still had a crappy couch. I mean, couldn't he at least afford a fold-out couch or something? Maybe he wasted on his money on hookers and blow .....
     
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    i've always liked him too. i just think he needs a real ****ing camera. and not something that makes a video look like it was recorded on a goddamn polaroid.


    and the video would have been funnier if they replaced all the audio with a four and a half minute fart sound. not because dave wasn't funny, but because farts are hilarious.
     
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    But it's a couch, that doubles, as a couch. :kitten:
     
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    Oh no, that would spoil the makeup of the video. That was hilarious. I love his sense of humor.
     
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    DIs guy has future in Houston Sports radio

    Sadly no future in da NFL : I
     
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    He is so funny. I used to surf there at Manhattan Beach.
     
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    Agreed.


    With the game on the line, I trust him to make the catch far more than I do JJ.



    umm... Most, if not all, of your posts make me want to :choke:

    It's not just that I disagree, but also the writing style if you can call it that. I have a feeling you may be the source of "Where do babby come from?" and regularly speak out in the real world like a walking "I can has cheezburger" post.
     
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    Here's the thing about DA. He's one of the least physically gifted guys in the league. He makes the absolute most of his abilities and then gets a little more than he should out of them by being money every time the ball is thrown his direction. He runs great routes and he takes the big hit, gets small and gets the 5-7 yards when you need 4.9-6.9 yards. Would I want him as my feature receiver? Of course not. After AD/KW/OD, is there another guy you trust to catch the ball in traffic with someone hunting for his head?

    I seriously don't know how you can root against the guy, or even say anything negative. Truth be told, he's probably not much more naturally talented than some of the people on this board, he just worked a hell of a lot harder than any of us and that's why he's in the league.

    Mike
     
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    U mad ????
     

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