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Old 08-02-2012, 11:14 AM   #166
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In all seriousness who is going to catch passes for the jets??? Lol Holmes and who else is left? Cromartie??? And people say our wrs are bad pshh
I see them taking a step backwards this year. 6-7 wins. They're simply not going to be able to score points.
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Old 08-02-2012, 12:06 PM   #167
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In all seriousness who is going to catch passes for the jets??? Lol Holmes and who else is left? Cromartie??? And people say our wrs are bad pshh
Brad Smith is still there, right?

He's their backup wildcat QB.
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Smith went to the Bills last year.
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OK, they're in trouble. Holmes, maybe Stephen Hill if you trust a 21-YO rookie WR...and a lot of nobody.

00 Adams, Royce
87 Ganaway, DaMarcus
16 McKnight, Scotty
88 Turner, Patrick
1 Webber, Raymond
17 White, Jordan
18 Pollard, Royce
19 Riley, Eron
84 Hill, Stephen
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Old 08-02-2012, 12:49 PM   #170
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LOL. Browns worth 1 billion?

Randy Lerner sells Cleveland Browns for more than $1B, sources say - ESPN


NFL players got ripped this last CBA agreement...lol
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OK, they're in trouble. Holmes, maybe Stephen Hill if you trust a 21-YO rookie WR...and a lot of nobody.

00 Adams, Royce
87 Ganaway, DaMarcus
16 McKnight, Scotty
88 Turner, Patrick
1 Webber, Raymond
17 White, Jordan
18 Pollard, Royce
19 Riley, Eron
84 Hill, Stephen
10 Holmes, Santonio
85 Schilens, Chaz
89 Jackson, Dexter
11 Kerley, Jeremy
And that's with no run game and a bad QB.. yikes!!
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If the Dolphins cut Chad Johnson, he’ll pursue a career in pornography | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports

Umm what? I like his response to what he was doing in the offseason
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OK, they're in trouble. Holmes, maybe Stephen Hill if you trust a 21-YO rookie WR...and a lot of nobody.

00 Adams, Royce
87 Ganaway, DaMarcus
16 McKnight, Scotty
88 Turner, Patrick
1 Webber, Raymond
17 White, Jordan
18 Pollard, Royce
19 Riley, Eron
84 Hill, Stephen
10 Holmes, Santonio
85 Schilens, Chaz
89 Jackson, Dexter
11 Kerley, Jeremy
I don't understand why they aren't going to resign Plax.
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I don't understand why they aren't going to resign Plax.
Old and useless would be my guess.
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I think we can expect him to change his FIRST name then...

Something like "MuchoGrande Johnson".
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Eagles apparently opening eyes so far. John Clayton said they look like a top 5 team
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Eagles apparently opening eyes so far. John Clayton said they look like a top 5 team
they got a lot to prove, got to stay healthy at QB and they need their safeties and linebackers to play a ton better. Their safety play rivaled our in ineptness.
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first of all, he needs to shut up and leave it in the past

second of all, yeah right single use stays in system for a month. subsequent tests would have reflected low levels getting lower *BUT i don't know if the nfl operates like the court system/probation, where if you test positive, you may continue to test positive while showing lower levels on each test until the test shows it's out of your system - over the course of a realistic timeline.

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The ironic thing is I'm more concerned about our players smoking anything. It's like you're an athlete why are you inhaling smoke in the first place? As far as I'm concerned as a player in any sport you're only allowed to smoke anything in one setting during your career.

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they got a lot to prove, got to stay healthy at QB and they need their safeties and linebackers to play a ton better. Their safety play rivaled our in ineptness.
Their LB corp should be substantially better. Can't say much for their safeties as they still don't look that good. I think the depth behind Vick is a bit lacking.
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LOL. Browns worth 1 billion?

Randy Lerner sells Cleveland Browns for more than $1B, sources say - ESPN


NFL players got ripped this last CBA agreement...lol
New owners first question. "Holmgren, why were you such a pussy in the RG3 sweepstakes."
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