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  1. I don't see the point of anyone signing him as a starter. At best he can help a really bad team win a couple more games. That just moves them further away from a good pick in the draft. There's really no benefit for a middling team to sign him because he's not likely to be any better than what they already have. As a backup? That's even worse. He's going to have his crowd that's just like the special breed of clowns that every college program has: "his crowd" believes he's the answer to everything and he can do no wrong. They're going to start making noise whenever the starter has a bad game and asking why they don't make use of this very capable QB who went to the Super Bowl (several years ago). If he goes in and looks good in garbage time, then the noise gets louder. If he looks bad, then it's the crap about how they didn't adjust the offense to his strengths, he's been out of the league for so long, and so on. And all of it will somehow be tied to issues of his race. That's bad enough without any of the other stuff.
  2. This is the truth. Kaep isn't stupi. His value is in being able to peddle the narrative that he's being screwed by the system. He knows this. It's easier to explain how he's being screwed than having to explain why he isn't being productive on the field if he stinks it up. There's a reason his workout went off the rails last year. There's a reason he asked for the ridiculous salary of $20 million from the AAF. He doesn't want, nor need, to play.
  3. Someone clear this up if I have it wrong (and I probably do); I haven't paid the closest attention... My understanding is that losing Conklin to the Jets would get us a 3rd round compensatory pick. Signing Clowney before the draft would negate that pick. Is it possible that they expect the player they want to fall out of the first round and this could be a way to sign Clowney before the draft and still get that extra 3rd (or 2nd) round pick? This would assume that they definitely want Clowney and are in danger of losing him to another team, they don't really need that 1st round pick, and that there is enough value in rounds 2-4 to take care of their needs with their existing picks + whatever they would get in return. Again, I'm sure I'm overlooking something.
  4. Then you have all the casinos that went out of business (LV Club, Stardust, Frontier, The Western, etc.) and the dumpy ones (Casino Royale, Jerry's Nugget, Circus Circus, Harrah's, etc.) that suggest that maybe Vegas doesn't know quite so much.
  5. Not to nitpick, but his completion rate in 2018 was 68.9%. In 2019, up until the Denver game, it was 61.7%. His worst season up until that point, accuracy-wise, was 2016.
  6. You use all of the available information. It's just as silly to say his previous six seasons shouldn't be a factor as it would be to say that his previous six seasons should be the only factor.
  7. I believe you are sincere and that it's the only reason you can come up with, unless you put some more thought into it and come up with something even more absurd.
  8. You're trying to make a case that Mason Rudolph might have said something based on the words and actions of people who aren't Mason Rudolph and have nothing to do with him or this incident.
  9. "Well, he's one of those MAGAs. You know how they are. And he was mad. This one person at Popeye's said the n-word. So... that proves he said it!" "Of course his PR people don't want anyone to know about it. That's why they told him, even before his post-game comments, not to say anything about it. Which is why they told us about it today - they don't want anyone to know that it happened. Sooooooooo we know he probably said it because of MAGA Popeye's and because the NFL said that there's no evidence at all that it happened. And all of the Browns players who were asked about it said they'd never heard about it until today, that proves that it happened. And all of the refs who were within earshot of the two guys didn't hear it -- that proves it happened. And it was picked up by none of the mic'd up players and none of the parabolic mics that pick up every freaking breath that's taken during the game -- that also proves it happened. To sum it up, the complete and total lack of evidence at all PROVES IT HAPPENED!!!"
  10. GoT doesn't have these types of problems. Seriously, this place is shoulder-deep with crap from regular posters that defies all logic and reason and you want to put limits on newbies because it's too tough to deal with a troll every now and then? LOL!
  11. "I know, we've got 3 guaranteed points. But how about this? Let's let the MVP punter run the ball and get tackled! Maybe we get some points, maybe we don't - but they'll never see it coming!!!"
  12. LOL, he’s made several dumb decisions so far this season and he tends to react to any challenging questions with wandering gibberish. He has no business taking questions if he’s that thin skinned. How dare PK ask him questions about the game, right? His job is to answer those questions- that’s why they have the Q & A.

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