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  1. 14 points
  2. 14 points
    KnoxTitan

    Why Jake Locker Walked Away

    He gone. He was a bad pick. We, and other teams, have all had busts. We will again. I reserve my vitriol to guys who blew their shot due to bad attitudes, lack of effort, off field shenanigans, etc. This guy played hard, gave 100% effort, stayed out of trouble, but just wasn't any good. Let it go and move on.
  3. 11 points
    SaskTitan

    Why Jake Locker Walked Away

    I’m supposed to like Jake Locker because Matt Hasselbeck does? Hahaha no chance in hell. Jake Locker is a loser. The most Injury-prone, overhyped quarterback in Titans history. I’d argue that he was the worst selection in any draft in any round in Titans history. What a complete waste of 4 years of NFL watching that guy struggle and whine.
  4. 10 points
    socaltitan

    NFL Nation Mock Draft

    Wolfe had us taking Hubbard. Polian hated the pick. Questioned his athleticism. McShay called him a late 2nd/3rd round pick I'm not the biggest fan of going WR again, but in this mock, Ridley falls to 25. I'd much rather have Ridley than Hubbard if it came down to that.
  5. 10 points
    oldschool

    Cryptic tweet from Delanie

    I like Walker but some of you are delusional. He's getting old and want be featured like he has been in the past. If they can get something good for him, I say do it.
  6. 9 points
    Justafan

    Comey Memos

    Dude, I'm the security manager for my unit. That means I'm the guy who requests security clearances for the kids (cadets) in my unit which is a requirement for a 2nd LT to earn a commission (The Irony is that they are commissioned directly from the president). It's hilarious to me that you keep trying to point out things about the military and the government while never having dealt with either in a formal capacity. We expect an 20 year old kid to get a security clearance in order to serve in the military and yet it's no big deal that people working in the white house with shady ties to foreign interests are denied? A security clearance is easy to get. In the three years I've been here, I think one kid has been turned down. The hardest part is filling out the info in the online questionnaire. I got a kid who grew up in Iraq and Egypt who had no problem getting a top secret. When I did my security clearance, it took all of 2 days to fill out the paperwork and a grand total of 3-4 months for the investigation to wrap up. The top-secret took something like a month to complete after that. In the meantime, they gave me an interim clearance to perform my job. All those interim clearances are fine. That just means the investigation is ongoing and they've been given clearance in the interim. That still leaves 35 others in the White House who could not get a clearance. It's absolutely a huge red flag that they aren't able to obtain security clearances and would be alarming to people if they actually understood how low the bar actually is. And the FBI doesn't handle security clearances so please tell me more about how this is the result of the FBI's ineptitude. Just pure ignorance. Yes, you are missing something.
  7. 9 points
    woolfolksunclesuncle

    NFL Nation Mock Draft

    Haha...this is classic TitansReport. Each year around this time we often come to a consensus on what the worst (logical) pick would be and then we convince ourselves that this person (Sam Hubbard this year) is definitely going to be the pick. It's like we must be as depressed and hopeless as possible up until the pick because it somehow makes the pick more exciting when it's anyone but Hubbard. And, if it does happen to be Hubbard, we already expected the disappointment so it doesn't sting near as bad. Goddamn....we've been perfectly conditioned for abuse. This is why we can't have nice things. We're fucking weird.
  8. 9 points
    Goddamn Tez is stupid.
  9. 9 points
    Tormentedrose

    I got fired

    He was probably mocking on the clock.
  10. 9 points
    woolfolksunclesuncle

    I got fired

    Kyle...why did you take away the OP?! How can I help you if I don't know the exact circumstances of your termination? You strike me as a hard working, super-responsible, ladies-man (yet, still a complete professional and a gentleman), so I'm intrigued as to why anyone would let you go.....I'm guessing that you were working your way up the ladder too fast and the higher-ups saw you as a threat!
  11. 9 points
    I'm glad we made the playoffs and won a game
  12. 9 points
    The left? Lol the Koch brothers are the ones that have invested hundreds of millions of dollars to change the K-12 education system and force certain textbooks and curriculum that teach children to think a certain way. They are also trying to resegregate schools. And no one besides hard right republicans were worried about an open border. That’s not how immigration works, and no president was just going to open the borders. It’s all fear based propaganda meant to make you think a certain way. Jake must have missed all of the torch wielding nazis with MAGA hats and riot gear on killing someone at one of their rallies.
  13. 9 points
    tgo

    Why Jake Locker Walked Away

    Locker didn't have the mental/emotional makeup to be a successful NFL QB.
  14. 9 points
    Soxcat

    Why Jake Locker Walked Away

    I disagree. Sure, Locker wasn't cut out to be a great NFL QB but not many are. He never stuck around complaining he got a raw deal or anything like VY. He left on his own terms. He was and is a great kid. Don't hate the guy just because he didn't end up being a great QB. One thing he always did was give 100%.
  15. 9 points
    Pragidealist

    Why Jake Locker Walked Away

    Good article. I always liked the guy. Best wishes to him and all of that.
  16. 9 points
    A rookie QB makes no sense as a back-up. It would have to be as a 3rd QB/developmental QB with future trade potential
  17. 8 points
  18. 8 points
    OILERMAN

    Comey Memos

    There is no such thing as being "charged with gross negligence". He said she acted irresponsibly but no other citizen would be charged with a crime for the same thing, Powell and Rice did the same thing. You'd have to charge the entire Trump admin for crimes regarding handling classified info if Hillary was guilty of a crime.
  19. 8 points
    I haven't been able to devote nearly as much time to watching the prospects this year, but it's always fun to take a look at the visit list to try and see if you can guess what JRob & co. are thinking about the makeup of the roster. Sure, there are smokescreens, players you don't expect will fall, and the visit list isn't necessarily the end all, be all. But we all know there's a pretty strong connection between JRob and the players he brings in for a visit and/or workout. There are also hidden visits and workouts we won't hear about until after the draft. All that being said, I do think a few trends start to emerge when you evaluate our prospect list. Going into this draft period, I think most would have said our biggest need is either ILB or and EDGE player, perhaps another WR or RB, and maybe even a C or G. After evaluating our list of visits, you may find some surprises. For starters, the team seems very interested in highly rated secondary players for this draft at both CB and S. With Ryan, Jackson, and Butler in the fold at CB, plus a young guy in Sims and a guy who showed promise in Tye Smith, I think most thought we were set at CB. There's also very little interest in the offensive line or running back. After signing Spain, Pamphile, and Su'a-Filo at G, I believe the team feels they're set there. And for a draft so deep at RB, you'd think they would consider a mid-round guy even with Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis in the fold. It's possible they still do...but their visit list doesn't reflect that. There's also a higher than expected interest at the QB position, even with some of the 2nd tier QB prospects like Lamar Jackson and Mason Rudolphwith JRob meeting with Lamar Jackson at his pro day Based on our reported visits, I think this would be how JRob ranks our needs: 1a) Safety 1b) EDGE 3) CB 4) ILB 5) QB 6) DL 7) WR 8) OT 9) RB How do I arrive at these rankings? Let's start by taking a look at our visit list, sorted by position. SORTED BY POSITION EDGE Josh Sweat EDGE Arden Key EDGE Sam Hubbard EDGE Uchenna Nwosu OLB Malik Jefferson ILB Chris Worley ILB Oren Burks S Justin Reid S Jessie Bates S Armani Watts S Dane Cruikshank S Rashaan Gaulden CB DJ Reed CB Josh Jackson CB Jaire Alexander DL Andrew Brown DL Jullian Taylor QB Nick Stevens QB Mason Rudolph QB Mike White WR Richie James WR Dante Pettis RB Ito Smith OT Tyrell Crosby TE Deon Yelder Obviously, two position groups really jump out here: safety and EDGE. What may be surprising to most fans is seemingly minor interest at the ILB position, as well as a rather significant interest in CBs. But position groups alone don't tell the whole tale. It's also helpful to look at where these players are projected to go. Keep in mind, they are just that: projections. There's a good chance we'll have numerous guys who are drafted much higher or lower than projected here. SORTED BY PROJECTED ROUND (PER NFL.COM RANKINGS) Rounds 1-2 EDGE Sam Hubbard CB Josh Jackson (1-2) CB Jaire Alexander (1-2) S Justin Reid (1-2) Rounds 2-3 QB Mason Rudolph S Jessie Bates S Armani Watts S Rashaan Gaulden OT Tyrell Crosby Rounds 3-4 OLB Malik Jefferson EDGE Josh Sweat EDGE Arden Key EDGE Uchenna Nwosu WR Dante Pettis QB Mike White Rounds 4-5 S Dane Cruikshank CB DJ Reed DL Andrew Brown Rounds 5-6 WR Richie James Rounds 6-7 DL Jullian Taylor Round 7 or PFA ILB Chris Wormley QB Nick Stevens RB Ito Smith TE Deon Yelder You almost have to rank the safeties and EDGE as 1a and 1b. We're looking at 1 projected 1st rounder at both positions (Hubbard and Reid) and 3 projected 2nd-3rd round safeties. We're looking at a ton of EDGE players too, but most of them are projected slightly lower than the safeties. EDGE players always rise though and the position is more important than safety. It's almost ridiculous to think a guy as freakishly athletic as Sweat will be there in round 3, barring an unknown medical red flag. So what other conclusions can we attempt to draw from this? Yours may be different, but here's a few for me. Conclusion 1: I fully expect our 1st round pick to be a Safety or EDGE player, barring a catastrophic fall by a player the Titans don't expect to be there. It's insanely hard to project the draft in general, but gets even harder after the first 10 picks or so. Guys projected by "experts" as 3rd rounders are "surprisingly" drafted late in round 1. You almost have to lump all of the early safeties and early EDGE players into the same bucket for pick #25. There's a chance it could be any of them if the Titans have fallen in love with one. Despite their interest in the CB position, I still find it hard to believe we'd go there in R1 given our stability at the position. If they go safety at #25, we're probably looking at Justin Reid or Ronnie Harrison, who I didn't include on the list. The Titans have shown interest there as well (and it's possible he was even a visit). If they go for the EDGE player, you're looking at Hubbard or Sweat, and that's assuming Davenport and Landry are off the board. I personally favor Sweat's high ceiling over Hubbard's high floor, but my instinct tells me Hubbard would be JRob's pick. Conclusion 2: Will Compton is probably going to play more than fans want him to play. Are the Titans expecting Will Compton to fill the Avery Williamson role as a run stuffer? It certainly seems so given our lack of interest in ILBs. For those who put any stock at all in PFF, this may seem a little scary considering Compton's ranking there. But the Titans don't seem all too concerned about this spot. They have Wesley Woodyard and Jayon Brown already in place, yet Brown is more in the mold of Woodyard than Williamson. We do know they were interested in Leighton Vander Esch, but canceled a visit because they don't see him being there at #25. Rashaan Evans would seem like another possibility here, but I can't find any links at all between him and the Titans. There's always the chance they could look to play Cyprien more as a LB as well. JRob has raved about Cyprien and has always appeared confident in his ability. But their big-time interest in the top safeties tells a different tale. Long-term, it's clear they want to upgrade the S starting opposite Kevin Byard. I think most fans would prefer a Rookie SS and Cyprien playing more LB as opposed to Compton having to see significant time on defense. Conclusion 3: The Titans are finally in a position where 1st round picks won't have to contribute immediately. It's actually pretty amazing when you look back at our recent drafts and how quickly these guys have been expected to contribute in a big way. Jack Conklin, Corey Davis, Adoree Jackson, and even mid-late round picks like Kevin Byard and Jayon Brown have been thrust into important roles rather quickly. We could actually draft a guy at #25 who sees very little action for most of the year provided the guys in front of him stay healthy. And that's certainly not a bad thing. Final Thoughts It's clear JRob recognizes how thin we are at EDGE behind Orakpo and Morgan, and also that those guys are aging. I actually wouldn't be surprised to see them take two EDGE players in this draft. In a perfect world, I think JRob's draft would be an EDGE at #25 and S in round 2. He could then use the mid-later rounds to complete the roster with CB competition for Sims, an ILB to push Compton, WR or RB, and yes...a QB. I think the QB interest is real. JRob has that NE mentality and he knows the importance of the backup position, considering he saw first-hand how Matt Cassell was able to step-in and lead the Patriots went Brady went down. He wasn't there for the Garoppolo draft, but he's certainly aware of that pick and what the Patriots were able to get out of him in the trade. He also watched a backup QB win a Super Bowl last year. Combine that with Mariota's injury history and it's obvious to see why he wants to try and upgrade it. The only problem is how early do you have to draft one to upgrade Gabbert? All in all, it's harder to get excited about a draft when you're picking at #25...but it's so much more preferable because of what it means. This is a team that has a solid roster as currently constructed and can absolutely win now. Hopefully we'll add a few pieces next week that can help us immediately...but it's really nice to know their immediate impact isn't nearly as important as it once was.
  20. 8 points
  21. 8 points
    None of the highlighted sections in that book are false. Also the book isn’t even being used by any schools. Text books go through multiple reviews and rewrites before they are finalized. This person that tweeted it out is part of the problem in this country. She is trying to make it seem like the book is the actual book the class is using when in fact it’s not. Also this is 3-4 pages from a large textbook and I guarentee the OP only posted the things she thought would stir people up. Unless we see the whole thing it’s stupid to make judgements. Go look at the stuff that the Koch brothers are doing to brainwash kids and maybe you will see that this uncirculated textbook is penuts compared to that.
  22. 7 points
    Huston

    Vrabel OTA press conference

    The guy is smart and seems to know his limitations as well as the need to delegate, you guys are ridicules sometimes.
  23. 7 points
    OILERMAN

    Comey Memos

    Half the administration can't get security clearances
  24. 7 points
    titanskick8851

    Titanskick8851 2018 Mock Draft

    1st Round (25th Overall): Ohio State EDGE Sam Hubbard - After a run of players that we are interested in (Landry, Vander Esch, Davenport, Evans, Jackson) we decide to go with the edge rusher from Ohio State. This is not one I necessarily want and I think we covet other players and a trade back over Hubbard, but if we do not get the offers we like I think we stick and pick Hubbard. It just makes too much sense and there are so many connections Hubbard and the Titans already have. Hubbard will rush in a situational role most of his rookie year before he is asked to take the reins from Morgan and/or Orakpo. Strengths - Plays with consistent pad level and good bend at point of attack - Attacks with square pads and a wide, balanced base - Sinks hips and braces up with arm extension when setting the edge - Possesses good football intelligence and is very aware - Quick to spot play-action - Has stick-and-move hands to punch and peek past the blocker to find the football - Motor takes him to plays that others will quit on - Always finds himself in tackle-ready position and usually finishes - Expert level hand fighter as pass rusher - Will throw three or four straight slaps and chops to prevent tackle from getting his punch locked in - Shows tackles a strong charge before unleashing an effective spin counter back inside Weaknesses - More worker bee than twitchy athlete - Burst to the ball is just average - Doesn't get early wins at the point of attack - Pursuit speed is just average and he'll come up just short of the tackle at times - Can be a little tight when trying to corner and flatten as a pass rusher - Can be run up and past the quarterback - Arc-runner rather than move-maker as a rusher - Below average conversion of speed-to-power https://www.nfl.com/prospects/sam-hubbard?id=32462018-0002-5599-009b-acee40a56645 2nd Round (57th Overall): Texas ILB Malik Jefferson - After missing out of Vander Esch and Evans in the 1st Round, we look to fill the need at Inside Linebacker with a very explosive player in Malik Jefferson. Jefferson is a bit raw, but he is explosive to the hole and looks to meet RB’s at the point of attack. I think he would be the perfect kind of player to replace Williamson and eventually replace Woodyard as the signal caller of the defense. Strengths - Built like an NFL linebacker with a long, athletic frame and good musculation - Explosive with loose hips and good speed - Has ability to range far and wide for the tackle - Covers ground quickly when scraping - Can access a second gear when he commits to the pursuit - Substantially more productive when Texas put him in position to think less and just play - Tackles improved from 60 to 104 under new defensive coordinator - Reactive quickness and agility to spring suddenly into runners trying to burst by him - Has recovery speed to make up for slow diagnosis or mistakes in reads - Can be a nemesis as A-gap blitzer or off the edge - Possesses man cover talent - Crowds and squeezing routes - Has seven career passes defensed - Strength to re-route tight ends off the snap Weaknesses - Plays through a straw and is lacking in instincts - Fails to feel climbing blocks and stay ahead of the traffic in his flow - Pursuit leverage inconsistent - Runs himself out of runs fits too often - Doesn't play as fast as he can - Needs to play with better knee bend - Waits on second level rather than tilting downhill and bringing it to blockers - Passive taking on blocks - Ducks head into contact and allows blockers to swallow him - Gets pushed around more than he should - Missing aggressiveness and alpha quality - Inconsistent coming to balance as open field tackler - Slides off tackles rather than wrapping and running feet to completion - Movement in space as zone defender can be undisciplined and inefficient https://www.nfl.com/prospects/malik-jefferson?id=32462018-0002-5601-7169-57484f480eff 3rd Round (89th Overall): Washington WR Dante Pettis - In the 3rd round we turn our attention to the offense and add another weapon for Mariota. Pettis is one of the most renowned WR in Pac 12 history in terms of TD production. He made play after play. Specifically his play on Special Teams and around the goal line/red zone. Robinson said what he looks for in a WR is someone who makes plays and catches the ball consistently. That is just what Pettis did and I think he slots in well to make plays down in the redzone this year while he gets accustomed to the speed of the NFL. He would also be good in big slot WR role as well. Strengths - Good athlete with explosion traits - Can play outside or from slot - Fine-tuned route runner known for his work ethic - Runs full route tree - Accelerates off line and sinks hips into breaks for sharp turns and additional separation - Impressive short-area quickness for receiver with his stride length - Moves cornerbacks around with route savvy and effective fakes - Scrambles to uncover when quarterback leaves pocket - Works back to throws - Natural pass catcher with stick-and-stay hands - Plus concentration in traffic - Has sudden hands - Makes necessary deep ball and in-air body adjustments to catch - Has slant and fade quickness near goal line to dismantle coverage - Elusive punt return specialist with nine career touchdowns - Eludes first tackler and hits his top gear quickly Weaknesses - Production was inconsistent in stretches - Had six of his seven receiving touchdowns against Fresno State and Oregon State - May need to alter route speeds a little more on the pro level - Tends to hint about underneath routes with lack of vertical push - Physical cornerbacks throw him off his game - Needs to keep adding muscle and play strength to his frame - Can do better job of stacking cornerbacks once he has them beat - Scouts say he lacks an alpha personality and some question his long speed https://www.nfl.com/prospects/dante-pettis ?id=32462018-0002-5600-2051-0c2c04e04ebb 4th Round (125th Overall): NC State RB Hyheim Hines - Here in the 4th Round we continue to add pieces to the Offense. LaFleur ran Hine’s Pro Day workout this year and I believe he will like what he saw. Hines is a dynamic RB who can help out in the pass game and on all facets of special teams. He also provides us insurance in the case that Lewis is unable to hold up with a bigger workload. Hines is a proven homerun hitter and can break a long run if given enough space. Strengths - Two-sport participant who brings real sprinter's speed to the turf - Versatile threat offering creative offensive coordinators a toy to tinker with - Has experience as lone running back and slot receiver - Flashed his homerun potential with touchdown runs of 83, 54, 50, and 48 this season - Most comfortable when he's keeping outside zone carries over the tackle - Build-up speed can eliminate pursuit angles and thrust him into open space for chunk yardage - Quality stiff-arm - Plays with adequate toughness to gain yards after contact - Hands and catch focus showed improvement this season as a receiver - Possesses raw talent waiting to be molded - Has kick and punt return experience and has taken three kicks back for touchdowns Weaknesses - Smaller than ideal as a running back - Needs to do better job of sidestepping big hits or face durability concerns - Better athlete than running back and better runner than receiver - Lacks feel for blocking in front of him - Hasn't learned to hug the lane and flow away from traffic just yet - Can be slow to see run lane development allowing defenders a chance to close - Needs to run with more consistent tempo and rhythm in outside zone - Vision stalls when attempting to find cutback lanes - Not a natural pass catcher and has dealt with drops throughout his career - Needs to improve sink into routes and quickness into his breaks https://www.nfl.com/prospects/nyheim-hines?id=32462018-0002-5601-7061-180eedb901f2 5th Round (162nd Overall): Arizona Safety Dane Cruikshank - After a couple of offensive pick-up, we go back to the defense in the 5th round. We select the athletic safety Dane Cruikshank here and add another capable defensive back to our defense. Cruikshank is an athletic safety who has played several position in the Arizona defensive backfield. He ran a 4.41 40-yard-dash showing his sideline to sideline speed, while also being productive in the run game. He would be a perfect athletic counter-part to Byard and could potentially play in dime situations right off the bat. I believe we did a lot of work on him this off-season and I think this is someone we will target as early as the 4th depending on when the run on DB’s occurs. Strengths - Big, athletic frame - Downhill thumper with an appetite to strike - Had productive season at the "spur" spot for Wildcats near line of scrimmage - Never turns down a tackle opportunity - Able to range around the field with good speed - Has athletic ability to handle some slot receivers - Should have physical tools to challenge matchup tight ends in the NFL - Has good long speed and is expected to test well - Hands are soft and sudden - Can pluck throws in his area like a wide receiver Weaknesses - Struggled badly with outside corner responsibilities in 2016 - Allowed nine pass interference penalties and loads of touchdowns in that season - Struggles with too many mental busts in coverage - Can be drawn out of position by combo routes and bait routes - Scouts worry that he may not be trustworthy enough in coverage to handle free safety duties https://www.nfl.com/prospects/dane-cruikshank?id=32462018-0002-5599-7168-7460d8811278 6th Round (199th Overall): Temple DT Jullian Taylor - Finally for our last pick (pending any trades), we select the uber-athletic DT Jullian Taylor out of Temple. Taylor doesn’t have a ton of experience, but he jumps out when watching him. With Klug no longer on the roster and King being a bit underwhelming, Taylor has a chance to come in and win a roster spot if he can provide some nickel pass-rushing in the pre-season. Taylor is another player we seem to have done a lot of background work on through this draft process. Strengths - Well-muscled, athletic build with good lean muscle mass. - Ran 4.83 forty with 31 lifts on the bench press. - Very active as tackler with 41 stops in just 46 percent of defensive snaps. - Good initial quickness to take fight to blocker. - Disruptive when he has access to a gap. - Explodes into opponent with uncoiled hips for optimal leverage strikes. - Balanced base through contact with consistent body control. - Play strength is adequate. - Plays with heavy hands to pry open the blocker's edge for pursuit Weaknesses - Lacks typical lower body mass for the position. - Could struggle to hold up against size and power across from him. - Durability has been a major concern missing almost entire 2015 and 2016 seasons. - Played in just 15 career games during his four seasons at Temple. - Plays with some tightness in his hips that limits change of direction in his chase. - Has been relative non-factor as pass-rusher https://www.nfl.com/prospects/jullian-taylor?id=32462018-0002-5610-78ae-18c8c93a9476
  25. 7 points
    woolfolksunclesuncle

    FO's 2018 SackSeer

    I'd guess that I've seen more sacks than anyone...and not necessarily from gay intercourse! Most of them came from that terrible, horrible shot that most porn "directors" seem to NEED to show. You know the one---where it's straight up man-hairy-ass-crack-and-taint flopping back and forth while he's penetrating some skank. I guess the "director" thinking is that, "this will be a super hot angle of the dude giving it to her!" But, in reality the shot looks more like caterpillars surrounding a nutsack while bobbing in the ocean tide.......SEXY.
  26. 7 points
    The father should be tried and convicted of accessory to murder on four accounts as well as accessory to assault.
  27. 7 points
    The big problem with the tax cuts is that they not only didn't cut spending but they actually increased it. That's just bad money management 101.
  28. 7 points
    headhunter

    Rewatching the drafts on NFLN

    Guys its Jake, fuck him
  29. 7 points
    If Cohen is so innocent, and this is such a bogus witch hunt, why would anyone be worried if he flipped or not? What do innocent men have to flip about?
  30. 7 points
    Justafan

    Comey Memos

    That is a huge false equivalency.
  31. 7 points
  32. 7 points
  33. 7 points
    Jalen looks gay as fuck
  34. 6 points
    abenjami

    Why did Kyle get fired

    Let's be honest. Hot chicks don't work at Pizza Hut.
  35. 6 points
    JNew

    Cryptic tweet from Delanie

    The draft can't get here soon enough
  36. 6 points
    socaltitan

    Cryptic tweet from Delanie

    What is the max value for him though? While he's very good, he's 34 next season. If all you can get is a 4, he has more value staying here. I don't see anyone giving a 1 or 2 for a 34 year old TE, even if its a very good one.
  37. 6 points
    chef

    Cryptic tweet from Delanie

    Hate to concur with this line of thinking, but you can't sit back and talk about how the Pats are so smart in doing this sort of thing and then not be willing to pull the tough trigger to do it yourself. Have your cake and eat it too sort of thing. Loyalty to Fan Favs and Team Leaders gets you Eddie at 3.0, 3.4 and 3.3. With maybe one ultimately pointless face mask revenge on Ray Lewis in a playoff game after you've already had your real candy stolen.
  38. 6 points
    Why do Russian bots have America First in their name?
  39. 6 points
    Ill take a road playoff win and a second playoff game over five draft slots every time.
  40. 6 points
  41. 6 points
  42. 6 points
    It's just stupid to give corporations a massive tax cut when the economy was already good and they were flush with more cash than they've ever had.
  43. 6 points
    WTF? Why the Waffle House? If you're a gun loon and looking into mass killing, why in the hell would you choose a Waffle House? The place holds 50 people max. Any time that I've been, the customers have almost always been redneck, white, and poor-----3 prime Republican demographics. They provide charitable humanitarian services....where else can you be obliterated with various forms of intoxication at 3 am, order an omelette with hash browns and sweet tea, stumble to the bathroom to throw it all up, and not be judged as a ruffian by any of the workers? Newtown was sad, but as soon as you start shooting at Waffle Houses, we need to have a serious talk about gun control. BTW, only idiots support a fucking wall. Have you morons not learned from El Chapo that the best and easiest way to access this country is to literally go under the border? All the cartels (who will soon make a shit ton more money by charging border jumpers access to their underground routes) do is buy a house in Mexico right near the border. They then purchase a house in the U.S. right near the border and they simply tunnel between houses. It's basically a modern, literal "underground railroad." The wall will be obsolete as soon as the first brick is laid.
  44. 6 points
  45. 6 points
  46. 6 points
    Yes, obviously. These types of people were jerking it over ridiculously dumb shit like birth certificates. Literally nothing would have been too dumb for them to believe, or believe is worth looking in to. Honestly, I think there's a level of frustration that it took a retarded mindset to believe the shit against Obama, but all it takes to believe something is worth looking into with Trump is objectivity and common sense.
  47. 6 points
    Lol I'm politically neutral and sorta anarchistic about modern/present day politics, but the right always seems to find better ways to look like idiots. How in the fuck could anyone be brainwashed in schools that have been forced into "No Child Left Behind" and "Common Core?" These are Republican creations. If anything, Republicans are brainwashing students by holding back our gifted students so that people like SimpleJake can attempt to keep up. The idea from the Republicans that the idiot children should command more focus from teachers to impossibly keep them at (barely) average levels at the expense of neglecting the development of our brightest children is the most whiny, snowflakish shit that I can imagine.
  48. 6 points
    Wrong on every level. The right doesn't want a debate, they want to roll over anyone that disagrees and legislate morality while having none. I debate topics that are worth debating. This is not a debate topic, it's a conservative tear-fest about how those mean old liberals aren't being nice to you. You little girls cry foul and pretend to be persecuted whenever someone on the left stands up to you nuts. The only people that can't see how deranged modern conservatives are, are other modern conservatives.
  49. 6 points
    Huston

    Who is your guy at 25?

    Thats not a big deal, head coaches actually do coach players you know. I swear you guys just look for something to be negative about.
  50. 6 points
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