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  1. Giving up Murray and a 3rd for a 2nd round pick is not exactly what I would call "selling high." It is a little better than the compensation for receiving him (swap of 4th round picks), but his play this season should have his stock elevated. I would say Murray, alone, for a second round pick.
  2. I have a 2005 Honda Accord with 315,000 miles on it. It runs great and drives as smooth as it did when I first got it. I have had to replace an alternator and a starter, but that is about it. I have had three Toyotas and they all ran great and were reliable but there were more minor things that went out on them, than with the Honda. When I was a teenager I had a Dodge Daytona for a while. What a piece of crap. It stayed in the shop all the time. It ruined Dodge for me, forever.
  3. If he is anything like his Dad, he won't feel like he needs permission from the other owners to move the franchise.
  4. Maybe they signed Whitehurst after they didn't land Tanney?
  5. Who knows? Maybe ownership has a small modicum of appreciation to Payton for being the primary leadership behind the resurrection of what had been a bottom 3 franchise for most of its existence? A franchise thrown so into flux by Hurricane Katrina with the stadium damage/relocation of games, and the short term/potentially long terms population shifts of its fan base that it was truly up in the air whether or not it would be viable in New Orleans going forward. Enter Sean Payton and Drew Brees. They make it to the Super Bowl in 2006, after the reopening of the Super Dome, they win the SB in 2009, and they have made the playoffs several other times. Payton and Brees could probably be as close to being credited with saving a city's franchise as any two people in league history. You can't throw those kinds of contributions out with the weekly garbage collection. Not yet, anyway. Somebody get the man a decent DC.
  6. I wonder how much of an outside chance Kaepernick has at a Nobel Peace Prize nomination?
  7. McCoy clearly outplayed Cousins two seasons ago and had won the job over RGII and Cousins, only to be shuffled down the roster in the off-season. It wouldn't surprise me, at all, if McCoy could give them a boost.
  8. If Mularkey doesn't work out, I could definitely see McDaniels as the next head coach. Robinson has worked with him before and is known to believe in the "Patriot Way." I am of the belief that he may be excellent on his second try. Especially with a talented GM to handle personnel matters.
  9. The only thing that could make this any better is if the owner or GM forces Goff into the lineup.
  10. I'll give Mularkey this. He has done a spectacular job of filling his coaching staff with individuals who pose no threat, whatsoever, to his head coaching position. I mean, Lebeau is obviously the most accomplished but he is probably not looking for the grind of an interim head coaching gig at 79 years old. Who's next? Robiskie? April? Not exactly individuals who have been jet setting the country each off-season taking interviews for head coaching positions. So I would guess that Mularkey gets this entire season. After that, I would think (and hope) that all bets are off. I would even speculate that, given the opportunity, JRob would bring one of the NE coordinators to Tennessee as the next head coach.
  11. Is it possible that for the first time in his career Adrian Peterson will be the third best running back in a game?
  12. It could have been even worse. At the time of the 2010 draft it was reported that Cleveland had offered their entire draft for the right to the pick first and select Bradford. Alas, the Rams turned down the offer.
  13. If you are going to let your fandom ride on the whether or not some random NFL players (who don't know you) take a political stand, then you may just be looking for an out?
  14. Delanie might show some support for his former teammate and the issue?
  15. About 6 1/2 years ago, I read Ben Hogan's Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf and several of the tips in there helped me out greatly. My golfing availability and prowess slowed down shortly thereafter with the arrival of twins, but I broke several personal records that summer.