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Old 01-01-2014, 07:51 PM   #16
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Re: Around the NFL...Wildcard Weekend Style

I think manzeil as a tremendous athlete just not sure he is pro qb material. In regards to Peyton, he is the best regular season qb I have ever seen but there are a few qbs I would take over him in the playoffs
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Old 01-01-2014, 08:15 PM   #17
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Bad choice imo, I'd take manziel over TB
No way, TB is the real thing. Manziel is lil bitch, I'd worry about maturity issues Ryan leaf style
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Old 01-01-2014, 08:52 PM   #18
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We'll probably never see it, but I imagine Brady wouldn't raise up another team like Manning has. Anyways, back on topic, sorry to make it Manning/Brady.
Both are great . Manning has had better WR's, Brady , better teams . As far as the Wild Card games , the Chargers have to hope the weather in Cincy is much warmer than the last time they had a playoff game on the Ohio river ( 81' Champ Game ). Chiefs / Colts and SF @ GB should be great games !
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Old 01-02-2014, 11:01 AM   #19
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Jay Cutler of Chicago Bears signs 7-year contract - ESPN Chicago
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Hoping the Chiefs, Saints, Bengals, and Packers win this weekend.

Predicting the Colts, Saints, Bengals, and Packers.
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Re: Around the NFL...Wildcard Weekend Style

after cutler's deal, breer thinks cousins is now the top veteran qb "available"...
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after cutler's deal, breer thinks cousins is now the top veteran qb "available"...
I think this helps Cousin's stock if we truly want to trade him for a pick. The lower the supply the higher the demand. Chaching!
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Old 01-02-2014, 02:11 PM   #23
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Chris Kluwe dropping bombs on the Vikings staff.


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Chris Kluwe dropping bombs on the Vikings staff.


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"As we sat down in our chairs, Mike Priefer, in one of the meanest voices I can ever recall hearing, said: "We should round up all the gays, send them to an island, and then nuke it until it glows." The room grew intensely quiet, and none of the players said a word for the rest of the meeting."

Basically imagine your boss saying this to you at work. I can tell you, here he would have been immediately fired and lead out the building.
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Old 01-02-2014, 04:31 PM   #25
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Yeah, wow, Pfieffer is pretty dumb. He could easily have fired Kluwe for whatever reason if he didn't say all the crap he did to him. I mean, I would even be okay with the organization firing him openly for not liking his views and thinking it was against organizational principles, but no one should be treated that way in the work place.

Now, don't get me wrong, I do support Kluwe's views, and I do support free speech, but I feel that organizations have a right to espouse beliefs as well. So, I think organizations should be able to let people go for things they say publicly, because I would want to be able to let people go for outrageously bigoted public statements.
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Hell of a career. Mad respect for Gilbride.
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after cutler's deal, breer thinks cousins is now the top veteran qb "available"...


I would think Cutler's backup Josh McCown would be the top vet available based on how good he was this season (and pretty sure I heard his contract is up).
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I would think Cutler's backup Josh McCown would be the top vet available based on how good he was this season (and pretty sure I heard his contract is up).
Yeah but he's 34
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Yeah but he's 34


Without a lot of miles. Could be solid another 4 years. But yeah, he's old for pro football.
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