Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by TheRealJoker, Jan 6, 2008.
____ is a once in a lifetime back!!!
I didn't know a "lifetime" was 1 year.
"once in a lifetime" just means absurd abilities that you don't see very often. just because you may see one in repeat years doesn't mean they're still not ridiculously talented.
Yeah, but if you see those sorts of abilities (or commensurate abilities) 40-50 times in your lifetime, then it's really not "once in a lifetime." I mean, in my lifetime I've seen: Gale Sayers, OJ Simpson, Earl Campbell, Tony Dorsett, Emmitt Smith, Marshall Faulk, Eric Dickerson, LaDanian Tomlinson, Thurman Thomas, Barry Sanders, Walter Payton, etc., etc. And every year there's a McFadden, Adrian Peterson, Reggie Bush, Ricky Williams, etc., who's a once in a lifetime back.
The phrase is flawed or used too liberally.
We all know "once in a lifetime" actually means "once every year".
THe Houston Texans need to draft a LT.
With the first pick in the draft the Texans take ____
shut down corner
J-E-T-S, Jets Jets Jets followed by boos
Jeff Otah OT University of Pittsburgh
MOST OVERUSED PHRASE
He's the whole package. (which is kinda funny).
Followed by boos or chants of "show us your tits!"?
I noticed this too.
"Mel Kiper doesn't know sh*t!"
Most over-used word? POTENTIAL!!!
Have you seen that commercial where some people are at a boring work conference and they make up bingo cards with buzzwords. And then when the speaker says one of the words, the person marks it off until they get a Bingo.
We should do that with Draft Catchphrases while watching the draft programs this year.
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