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Old 12-12-2018, 11:07 AM   #1
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Week 15 around the NFL

NFL salary cap for 2019 projected at $187M-$191.1M

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Old 12-12-2018, 11:35 AM   #2
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When I saw that it made me feel better about the dead cap they will have next year. Still will be a dumpster fire tho.
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Old 12-12-2018, 11:42 AM   #3
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When I saw that it made me feel better about the dead cap they will have next year. Still will be a dumpster fire tho.
New GM, New Coach, New Year.

Stay positive.
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Old 12-12-2018, 12:37 PM   #4
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Wentz out this week per espn
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Old 12-12-2018, 12:53 PM   #5
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New GM, New Coach, New Year.

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I won't believe New GM until it is announced. The time frame to get a GM in place is now, so the coaching search starts the day the season ends. At this point, even I was an Allen supporter, it is a shame he isn't gone. It only slows the whole process down if the end result is him leaving anyways.
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Old 12-13-2018, 03:29 AM   #6
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I won't believe New GM until it is announced. The time frame to get a GM in place is now, so the coaching search starts the day the season ends. At this point, even I was an Allen supporter, it is a shame he isn't gone. It only slows the whole process down if the end result is him leaving anyways.
Good point. As long as people like Allen are part of this franchise, we will never win anything.

I'd damn near give the Raiders a 4th 1st round pick to take Bruce.

Snyder better wake the fuck up.
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Old 12-13-2018, 12:44 PM   #7
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https://twitter.com/DP_NFL/status/1073237342369013761

Watch this shit...

Proves Stephen A is nothing more than a talking head for ratings. If this was any other "Analysts" they would be fired.

He literally knows nothing about the game tonight or the teams involved.
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Old 12-13-2018, 12:52 PM   #8
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https://twitter.com/DP_NFL/status/1073237342369013761

Watch this shit...

Proves Stephen A is nothing more than a talking head for ratings. If this was any other "Analysts" they would be fired.

He literally knows nothing about the game tonight or the teams involved.
Hunter Henry has been out all year...

its ESPN right?....there you go. They network is straight garbage.

Oh here some more media hypocrisy from garbage ESPN:

https://www.outkickthecoverage.com/e...ng-greg-hardy/

Included in that article, which finally discusses Hardyís past NFL issues in the seventh paragraph, is a handy detail on why ESPN might not have brought up Hardy on their most watched television program Monday night: ďThe Jan. 19 UFC Fight Night will mark the first live event of a five-year deal between the UFC and ESPN.Ē
So ESPN has no issues at all with ripping the Washington Redskins for signing Reuben Foster, a man accused of domestic violence, but the network itself is fine with promoting Greg Hardy, a man who was found guilty of domestic violence ó the charges were later vacated when the alleged victim didnít appear in court ó in an actual event where heís fighting on their network? (To be fair, at least this time Hardy is fighting a man).


But isnít this the height of hypocrisy for ESPN?

On Monday night you rip the Redskins to high heaven for employing a domestic abuser on your most watched program of the week and then on Wednesday you ask sports fans to tune in an watch a former NFL domestic abuser ó while signing up for ESPN+ too ó fight on your network?

Whatís more this isnít just any event, itís the very FIRST event youíve ever done with the UFC and your own website is using Hardyís status as a former NFL player to draw attention to that fight and bring more fans to view the event.

And donít you think itís awfully convenient that ESPN didnít bring up Greg Hardy with Jason Witten at all on their broadcast despite the fact that itís incredibly relevant to the discussion?

Then two days later they announce Hardy is one of the top draws for the very first event theyíre doing with the UFC?



ESPN is in the Greg Hardy business, at the sametime pundits like Jason Witten and other ESPN Garbage criticize the Skins move
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Old 12-13-2018, 01:06 PM   #9
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Hunter Henry has been out all year...

its ESPN right?....there you go. They network is straight garbage.

Oh here some more media hypocrisy from garbage ESPN:

https://www.outkickthecoverage.com/e...ng-greg-hardy/

Included in that article, which finally discusses Hardyís past NFL issues in the seventh paragraph, is a handy detail on why ESPN might not have brought up Hardy on their most watched television program Monday night: ďThe Jan. 19 UFC Fight Night will mark the first live event of a five-year deal between the UFC and ESPN.Ē
So ESPN has no issues at all with ripping the Washington Redskins for signing Reuben Foster, a man accused of domestic violence, but the network itself is fine with promoting Greg Hardy, a man who was found guilty of domestic violence ó the charges were later vacated when the alleged victim didnít appear in court ó in an actual event where heís fighting on their network? (To be fair, at least this time Hardy is fighting a man).


But isnít this the height of hypocrisy for ESPN?

On Monday night you rip the Redskins to high heaven for employing a domestic abuser on your most watched program of the week and then on Wednesday you ask sports fans to tune in an watch a former NFL domestic abuser ó while signing up for ESPN+ too ó fight on your network?

Whatís more this isnít just any event, itís the very FIRST event youíve ever done with the UFC and your own website is using Hardyís status as a former NFL player to draw attention to that fight and bring more fans to view the event.

And donít you think itís awfully convenient that ESPN didnít bring up Greg Hardy with Jason Witten at all on their broadcast despite the fact that itís incredibly relevant to the discussion?

Then two days later they announce Hardy is one of the top draws for the very first event theyíre doing with the UFC?



ESPN is in the Greg Hardy business, at the sametime pundits like Jason Witten and other ESPN Garbage criticize the Skins move
Holy Shit, I completely agree with you!!!
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Old 12-13-2018, 01:36 PM   #10
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Hunter Henry has been out all year...

its ESPN right?....there you go. They network is straight garbage.

Oh here some more media hypocrisy from garbage ESPN:

https://www.outkickthecoverage.com/e...ng-greg-hardy/

Included in that article, which finally discusses Hardyís past NFL issues in the seventh paragraph, is a handy detail on why ESPN might not have brought up Hardy on their most watched television program Monday night: ďThe Jan. 19 UFC Fight Night will mark the first live event of a five-year deal between the UFC and ESPN.Ē
So ESPN has no issues at all with ripping the Washington Redskins for signing Reuben Foster, a man accused of domestic violence, but the network itself is fine with promoting Greg Hardy, a man who was found guilty of domestic violence ó the charges were later vacated when the alleged victim didnít appear in court ó in an actual event where heís fighting on their network? (To be fair, at least this time Hardy is fighting a man).


But isnít this the height of hypocrisy for ESPN?

On Monday night you rip the Redskins to high heaven for employing a domestic abuser on your most watched program of the week and then on Wednesday you ask sports fans to tune in an watch a former NFL domestic abuser ó while signing up for ESPN+ too ó fight on your network?

Whatís more this isnít just any event, itís the very FIRST event youíve ever done with the UFC and your own website is using Hardyís status as a former NFL player to draw attention to that fight and bring more fans to view the event.

And donít you think itís awfully convenient that ESPN didnít bring up Greg Hardy with Jason Witten at all on their broadcast despite the fact that itís incredibly relevant to the discussion?

Then two days later they announce Hardy is one of the top draws for the very first event theyíre doing with the UFC?



ESPN is in the Greg Hardy business, at the sametime pundits like Jason Witten and other ESPN Garbage criticize the Skins move
Yep, that's why the company is trash now a days, SAS is a clown but this just confirms he knows nothing of what he talks about.
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Old 12-13-2018, 02:20 PM   #11
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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Carson Wentz has a fractured vertebra in his back.

Wentz was absent from practice for the second straight day. The fracture will reportedly heal on its own with rest, so he will avoid surgery. Schefter reports the Eagles are doing additional tests to determine if he can play through the issue. With Philly's playoff hopes hanging on by the thinnest of threads, it is likely Wentz will be shut down for the rest of the season. Nick Foles will start as long as Wentz is sidelined.


Saint Nick to the rescue part deux???
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Old 12-13-2018, 02:41 PM   #12
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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Carson Wentz has a fractured vertebra in his back.

Wentz was absent from practice for the second straight day. The fracture will reportedly heal on its own with rest, so he will avoid surgery. Schefter reports the Eagles are doing additional tests to determine if he can play through the issue. With Philly's playoff hopes hanging on by the thinnest of threads, it is likely Wentz will be shut down for the rest of the season. Nick Foles will start as long as Wentz is sidelined.


Saint Nick to the rescue part deux???
I actually hope we go after Foles if they let him walk, He's not old and he could be a solid QB for a few years. If we don't draft a QB that is
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Old 12-13-2018, 03:33 PM   #13
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I actually hope we go after Foles if they let him walk, He's not old and he could be a solid QB for a few years. If we don't draft a QB that is
Do you think they let him walk with Wentz missing parts of two seasons?
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Old 12-13-2018, 03:34 PM   #14
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Do you think they let him walk with Wentz missing parts of two seasons?
They would have to tag him and that ain't happening
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Old 12-13-2018, 04:27 PM   #15
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Reports are Redskins might be a landing spot for Joe Flacco next season.
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