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Old 02-07-2013, 04:12 PM   #91
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Williams was reinstated and hired by the Titans as a "senior assistant for defense." Does anyone know what the heck that is?
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Old 02-07-2013, 08:10 PM   #92
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Re: Around the NFL Off - Season style.

Begging an answer to this question from SSS, Matty, and other knowledgeable posters here:

In the past, reading how convoluted offensive playcalling was for us in '09 when Sherman Lewis officially was given play calling responsibility over Zorn (I read it was some weird arrangement about who called plays of what type and down and distance).....

I remember reading how in the later part of Gibbs 2.0, Joe would take over playcalling from Saunders in the red zone......

And hearing from Smootsmack, maybe Matty, maybe both, how planning plays for a game is a collaborative work with Kyle, Mike, Foerster, and maybe others too....

When we fans hear of someone have "play calling responsibility" of an offense, like Bill Callahan calling plays for Dallas as of now, how much is it typically a group effort rather than just one guy? Is it usually like ours, where Kyle ultimately decides but seems has lots of input (am I wrong about this?), or do teams usually have one guy basically planning and calling every shot himself nowadays?

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Looks like Kaepernick loves his ink:

San Francisco 49ers – Niner Insider Blog – SFGate.com » Kaepernick celebrates offseason with new tattoo
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He needs to tat a play clock on his forehead. I feel like the weak side QB counter was going to score or get real close when they had to take the TO before the PC ran out. But who knows, i haven't stayed at a Holiday Inn express in a while.
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I know entertainers, including NFL players, are exceptions, but thought this chart was good. Tatoos... ugh.
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Gaaahhhh....
I dont like this kid at all.
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I dont like this kid at all.
But his tattoos are bible psalms and he's so religious:
National Enquirer Promises Wild Party Pics of Super Bowl QB Colin Kaepernick | Bleacher Report
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Tats don't really mean anything now a days. Pretty much everyone age 20-30 has one at Least. I just think kaepernick is a one trick pony, yeah he has a nice arm but he is a run first QB, and his short yardage accuracy is not that great
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I understand what you're saying, but seriously, if you went to get a lawyer, would you get the lawyer with a tattoo on his face or the one without one? If you go to a restuarant would you rather have the guy with no noticeable tattoos handling your food or the guy with tattoos over his arms and legs handling your food and drinks? Theres a line between a tattoo and looking like a freak is what I'm saying.


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No doubt, I've always said if u get a tattoo don't get one noticeable, my brother made that mistake and now he's paying for it. (Hands and neck)
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No doubt, I've always said if u get a tattoo don't get one noticeable, my brother made that mistake and now he's paying for it. (Hands and neck)
There's always laser removal, very painful from what I hear.
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NY Jets ready to cut linebackers Bart Scott and CalvinÂ*Pace in effort to get under salary capÂ* - NY Daily News

Bart Scott I would take if London leaves, and he comes in under the vet minimum, and he is willing to play 2 downs. Too many ''ands'' though.
I'd take Bart Scott only because he knows how to play in the 3-4 defense...but Scott is no London Fletcher...he was benched in 2011 by Rex Ryan for a reason.
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I know the Giants' owner said on WFAN last year that the team was in "cap hell"...but they must really be in trouble this year.


They've now released Chris Canty and Ahmad Bradshaw. They're also not re-signing Osi Umenyiora.



Cruz is an anticipated holdout because he wants a raise and Tuck is in his last year too.



Eat it, Mara.
LOL. keep dreaming.With the already released the Giants are about 4 million right now "under the cap" .Jerry Reese knows what he's doing and Eli would definitly rework his deal to keep Cruz. haters gotta hate.
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It sure is nice to see the Giants having financial trouble, Eagles just hired Spurrier, the Cowboys are down here playing ping pong on whos going to call the offensive plays.

Giants actually seem to be a little bit better spot then a few other nfc east teams.
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I didnt realize he played 14 years, wow. Classy.

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He doesn’t intend to start a massive overhaul, but he will need to add a few new pieces. And the GM might have to say goodbye to some familiar old faces with the Giants projected to be $4.7 million over the cap in 2013 according to John Clayton’s cap numbers. Clayton says the Giants will carry over $1 million.
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