NFL Random Thought of the Day

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  1. steelbtexan

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    Why did my response to Freddy get removed?
     
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    Try posting without the name calling.
     
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    Facts don't matter?
     
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    Freddy you can bury your head in the sand if you wish. Actions speak louder than words and only a fool would bet on NFL games.

    The difference between you and I is your arrogance will never let you admit that fixing games by a league is possible. It's been going on for yrs. Think about the 70's Pittsburgh/Oilers game. Different league but look at the NBA as a guide. You need to follow the money and you will find the truth. The NFL wants to be successful and what better way than to try to do everything possible to have the Rams in the SB. The NFL is helping Kroenke sell those high priced PSL's in his new palace next year.

    All you have to do is remove your face from the Smithiak crotch long enough to see the truth. But we know that's not going to happen.

    Is that clean enough for you Cak. You and I have had conservation's much worse, even though we both know Freddy is much more sensitive than we are.
     
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  5. infantrycak

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    "Condescending a-hole" matters.

    I'm not going to run around editing out insults. Feel free to post your response again without the name calling.
     
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    If the name fits?
     
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    Julius Peppers has announced his retirement. The NFL says goodbye to a relentless baller.
     
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    The Eagles are reportedly expected to use their franchise tag on Nick Foles and then trade him this offseason.
     
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    Great news for Foles
     
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    They better have reasonable trade expectations. Really unlikely they'd carry Foles at $25 mil. Wentz hits the cap for $8.5 mil.
     
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    How many teams are in desperate need for a QB? It only takes one but I can't think of any off the top of my head that are that desperate for this year
     
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    Jags & Dolphins probably the most desparate.
     
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    TEXANS...... if they don't get the damn OL fixed.

    Oh I forgot we have Weeden and #whatshisnamewhoalsoplasonspecialteams.

    :coffee:
     
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    Their both free agents, so technically we have no one behind Watson at all... and Lechner was forcibly retired :choke:
     
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    I’d keep Foles and trade the guy that Foles has to step in for every year.
     
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    No argument with being apprehensive about Wentz's injury history moving forward. Not sure though how that equates to backing up a brinks truck for Nick Foles though.

    He's put up some numbers against garbage defenses, then played decent to quite poor against everyone else while their defense balled out. And that's when he gets to play with the house money situation of being the plan b qb. Should we also (and by we I mean the eagles or whomever may be thinking of making him their guy) just sweep under the rug how he handled being the actual man when he had his chance?
     

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