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Old 04-02-2013, 02:29 PM   #571
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Oakland should just change their name to the Badgers or sumpthin and move to Idaho.
They really need to start over......
Oh, they will be.....

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Oh, they will be.....

The Los Angeles Farmers?
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Old 04-02-2013, 02:50 PM   #573
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The Los Angeles Farmers?
Yes, they will actually be the LA Holsteins, they already wear white unis with black so they're all set.

The LA Holsteins of Farmers Field!
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Fans in ther stands with lotsa cowbells.
That could be cooler than the barrel man in Denver.
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Cow chips! Get yer cow chips!

AND it would cover up the smell of the fans.
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That could be cooler than the barrel man in Denver.
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Packers close to singing extension with Matthews and Rodgers

Green Bay Packers near deal with Clay Matthews -- sources - ESPN
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Packers close to singing extension with Matthews and Rodgers

Green Bay Packers near deal with Clay Matthews -- sources - ESPN
Sung to the tune of Handel's 'The Hallelujah Chorus':

Matthews, Rodgers!
Matthews, Rodgers, Matthews, Rodgers!
Matthews, Rodgers!
Matthews!
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Old 04-04-2013, 03:43 PM   #579
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Giants and Victor Cruz not close...he wants Dwayne Bowe money.

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Cruz has already expressed a desire to sign a long-term deal with his hometown team many times, and the Giants have said they intend to keep him. That’s why, as the Daily News reported two weeks ago, the Giants offered Cruz a long-term deal worth $7 million annually, which one NFL source added included more than $20 million guaranteed.

Cruz, with his former agent, was believed to be seeking much more, however.
Several NFL sources said his asking price was closer to $10 million-$11 million per year, which is about the going rate for a No. 1 receiver in the NFL. With the two sides not close, the Giants gave Cruz a “first-round tender” before the free-agent market opened in early March, which would get him a salary of $2.879 million 2013 if he signs it.
Read more: NY Giants’ Victor Cruz may follow Yankees’ RobinsonÂ*Cano to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation SportsÂ* - NY Daily News
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I like him and want him to stay a Giant but he's not 11 mill a year good, too many drops.
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I like him and want him to stay a Giant but he's not 11 mill a year good, too many drops.
That is what the Patriots said with Wes Welker and they let him go, and he somehow signs for less then 10 million a year. Same thing will probably happen with Cruz, only big difference is age.
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Packers close to singing extension with Matthews and Rodgers

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Seeing that Rodgers won a SB 2 years before Flacco did, Rodgers should be paid the highest salary of all of the starting quarterbacks in the league. Rodgers has been a great QB.
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rodgers >>>>>>> flacco. I'm surprised he isn't making more now. he's due.
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Seeing that Rodgers won a SB 2 years before Flacco did, Rodgers should be paid the highest salary of all of the starting quarterbacks in the league. Rodgers has been a great QB.
According to Jerry Jones, all a QB needs to do is to put up big numbers during the regular season and choke in important games with playoff implications to get a lot of money as a QB
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Seeing that Rodgers won a SB 2 years before Flacco did, Rodgers should be paid the highest salary of all of the starting quarterbacks in the league. Rodgers has been a great QB.
So QB's should be paid for winning Super Bowls, yes/no ?
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