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Old 03-17-2013, 01:59 PM   #421
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Remember he only played half a game. We thought Gomes was going to be all pro after the New Orleans game.
I don't remember anyone claiming Gomes was going to be all-pro. That's like saying people thought Barnes was going to be all-pro. Gomes is just a typical backup, worth holding onto for depth. Anyone who thought he was going to be more than that was seriously grasping at straws.
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:11 PM   #422
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Judging by the looks of this, we know who was at fault in the Dumervil blunder.

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"It's terrible, but he said he knows what happened and why it happened," said Magid, who received hundreds of emails from angry Broncos fans. "I know the people in Denver think I should be fired, but like I said [Friday], there were a lot of reasons for why it happened."

Yeah, we know why it happened too. You were a blundering idiot and thought you would con the Broncos into that 12 million or have him become a FA and get boat loads of money. Neither one came to fruition, hence why you are fired. Make no mistake about it, Dumervil is also a huge reason for this fiasco. He's one the declined the offer up until the last minute.
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Remember he only played half a game. We thought Gomes was going to be all pro after the New Orleans game.
I thought he played more than that. Well, here's hoping for upside...
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Old 03-19-2013, 10:48 AM   #425
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Don't know if mentioned in this thread but Chase Daniel GOT PAID...by Andy Reid!

What are they thinking?

Guess 10 million/3 years is the going rate for an undersized preseason superstar.

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wow. that's almost as bad as the barwin signing in philly (i think he's a good player, though he had a rough 2012, but he got a LOT of money).
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Don't know if mentioned in this thread but Chase Daniel GOT PAID...by Andy Reid!

What are they thinking?

Guess 10 million/3 years is the going rate for an undersized preseason superstar.

Chase Daniel - Kansas City Chiefs - 2013 Player Profile - Rotoworld.com
Read gets benefit of the doubt IMO.
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Read gets benefit of the doubt IMO.
Why? Mcnabb was good but who else that he had at qb was worth any thing? Vick? Foles? Kolb? All of those guys are not good QBs
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Why? Mcnabb was good but who else that he had at qb was worth any thing? Vick? Foles? Kolb? All of those guys are not good QBs
Yeah, he is listening to Sirius. Polan said he was the best QB developer in the league and I was thinking he was the best faker in the league. He fleeced us with McNabb and fleeced the Cardinals with Kolb. Only good QB he ever developed was McNabb, and McNabb always suffered from poor Mechanics. Kolb sucks and Vick is no better than he was in Atlanta. Infact he may have been made worse.
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Nope, don't have Sirius (can't believe people pay money to listen to the radio, maybe I'm just old school but that whole concept never registered with me).

Kolb was (quite) good in Reid's system, remember?

Vick has been beat up worse than Tina Turner, and not to mention they lost their best player in Jason Peters along with several others last season. Vick was in a pretty shitty situation. (Maybe the bigger, nay, smarter, lesson here is that RUNNING QBS TEND TO BREAK DOWN RATHER QUICKLY)

Little early to make a verdict on Foles IMO, though I'd have more confidence in his future if Reid was still developing him.

Seriously, what's with the irrational refusal to give Reid acknowledgment?
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Nope, don't have Sirius (can't believe people pay money to listen to the radio, maybe I'm just old school but that whole concept never registered with me).

Kolb was (quite) good in Reid's system, remember?

Vick has been beat up worse than Tina Turner, and not to mention they lost their best player in Jason Peters along with several others last season. Vick was in a pretty shitty situation. (Maybe the bigger, nay, smarter, lesson here is that RUNNING QBS TEND TO BREAK DOWN RATHER QUICKLY)

Little early to make a verdict on Foles IMO, though I'd have more confidence in his future if Reid was still developing him.

Seriously, what's with the irrational refusal to give Reid acknowledgment?
Kolb was good for like three games. He also was beat out by Vick. And he cant be credited for Foles, because he is not developed into anything.
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Nope, don't have Sirius (can't believe people pay money to listen to the radio, maybe I'm just old school but that whole concept never registered with me).
Do you pay for cable TV?

Same concept with satellite radio. You pay for more choices, better choices if you ask me. And the best part, little to no commercials.
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Do you pay for cable TV?

Same concept with satellite radio. You pay for more choices, better choices if you ask me. And the best part, little to no commercials.
My last health club played XM/Sirius and there were constant commercials. Seemed like usually for boner pills lol. Am I thinking of the wrong thing?

I have DirecTV, mostly for Sunday Ticket. And on that subject I remember hearing about DirecTV losing it's exclusive contract for Sunday Ticket...anybody know about this? Not that I can complain the $300 or whatever is a pretty good deal IMO.
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My last health club played XM/Sirius and there were constant commercials. Seemed like usually for boner pills lol. Am I thinking of the wrong thing?

I have DirecTV, mostly for Sunday Ticket. And on that subject I remember hearing about DirecTV losing it's exclusive contract for Sunday Ticket...anybody know about this? Not that I can complain the $300 or whatever is a pretty good deal IMO.
If that happens at all, it cannot happen until Directv's current contract lapses in 2015.
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