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Old 07-05-2013, 11:52 PM   #76
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Who in the NFL would you trade III for?

My quick answer if he is healthy.... No one
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Can you really believe someone that has Phil Rivers ranked higher that RGIII? C'mon, that really calls the rest of this thing into question...

And given a chance you would trade RGIII for that blockhead Eli in a NY minute. You know you would.
I obviously got that turned around (long off season syndrome at fault here).

Point is that no matter what he says Giantone would send Eli south for RGIII in that proverbial NY minute. A trade nobody here would or should make, of course. Man, I need some football to start soon!
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Sf fans are apparently pissed about the Miami hat on CK. Would u be mad if griff wore another teams hat?
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Who in the NFL would you trade III for?

My quick answer if he is healthy.... No one
Rodgers or possibly luck, as far as better Qbs brady is def better but his age makes me not want to trade for him but I think Id trade III for Rodgers in a heart beat possibly luck too only bc IIIs injuries scare the hell out of me.
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Rodgers or possibly luck, as far as better Qbs brady is def better but his age makes me not want to trade for him but I think Id trade III for Rodgers in a heart beat possibly luck too only bc IIIs injuries scare the hell out of me.
If he plays relatively injury free for the next 12 years he will be 35/36, if you knew that would you stilly trade him?
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Sf fans are apparently pissed about the Miami hat on CK. Would u be mad if griff wore another teams hat?

While I don't think he'd be that stupid to knowingly piss off fans on purpose, it wouldn't be that big of a deal. I'd rather not see it. This is like an employee of Microsoft standing outside the Apple store and promoting it. Aside from the fans' perception, it's your employer, you should be loyal to them. It's just not using very good judgement.

But really, I'd be more upset if our QB looked like a gangbanger and acted like an egomaniac kissing his biceps on the field than if he wore another team's hat but in the end, it's just a hat. I don't doubt his loyalty to his team, but he needs to realize some diehard fans are going to blow a gasket when theyu see it.

This guy annoys me to no end. Are you a real gangster like Aaron Hernandez or do you just want to pretend to be one? He may even have a good set of values personally but no one can really tell when you present yourself like a member of the crips.








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Old 07-08-2013, 11:49 AM   #83
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I'm all for tattoos but IMO thw whole sleeves is a little too much, mine are all hidden if I choose them to be. I agree though, I like how Carolina told Cam (no visible tats)
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I could probably live with the tats if he didn't have a grating personality.

He probably just wanted to match his cap to the underwear he was planning on showing off in public that day. He probably has a Vikings hat for purple brief day.
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probably so, and yes the kissing crap needs to stop
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Per Jay Glazer, Victor Cruz and Giants about to lock in a long term deal
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This is awesome, especially the song part.

and eff Victor Cruz

Garcon > Cruz all day long
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Per Jay Glazer, Victor Cruz and Giants about to lock in a long term deal

Interesting. They were so far apart in price I wonder if the deal will leave Cruz unsatisfied.

He hasn't shown to be a DeSean Jackson-like diva YET but we'll see...



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Giants agreed to terms with WR Victor Cruz on a six-year, $45.879 million contract.

FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reports the deal contains $15.6 million guaranteed. Per our contract database, Cruz is now the NFL's 17th-highest-paid wide receiver in annual average ($7.65 million). The G-Men have Cruz under control through his age-31 season, and he'll be able to hit free agency in 2019. It's a great deal for the Giants, who balked at paying Cruz's initial demands of over $10 million per year. Cruz emerged as the NFL's premier speed-slot receiver in 2011, finishing as the No. 4 fantasy wideout. He ranked 13th in 2012 and is locked in as a high-end WR2 entering the 2013 campaign.

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So they have a TON of money locked up in a QB and two WRs...
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5 years, $40 some million apparently
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