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  1. Outside of Boston, Tom Brady isn’t exactly the most well-liked quarterback around for a variety of different reasons that we won’t go into right now. But the heat he gets for his attitude is nothing compared to the wave that crashed over Cam Newton after he walked out of his post-Super Bowl press conference on Sunday. His critics came back for more, too, after he refused to apologize for his actions. Newton, as relayed by USA Today: “I’ve been on the record saying that I’m a sore loser. Who likes to lose? You show me a good loser and I’m going to show you a loser. It’s not a popularity contest. I am here to win football games …. I have said it since Day 1. I am who I am. I know what I’m capable of and I know where I am going. If you want me to conform, I’m not that guy. If you want me to be that type of person, I’m not that. I am happy to say that. This league is a great league with or without me. I understand that. I am my own person. I take pride in that.” What’s interesting is that, back in 2005, Tom Brady said something almost identical to Newton during a 60 minutes profile and there wasn’t much of a fuss about it. This quote is from the segment, which was entitled “Tom Brady: The Winner.” Brady was asked about how competitive he is with everything, even with silly things like backgammon: “I’m a pretty good winner. I’m a terrible loser. And I rub it in pretty good when I win. But as soon as I lose, those backgammon sets, I broke more backgammon sets. I’ve dropped elbows on ’em. I don’t know. It’s like I wish I had a punching bag nearby sometimes.”  
  2. Kemba/Kaminsky Trade??

    We need an inside presence defensively.  Why not add the best defensive center in the game?  
  3. Kemba/Kaminsky Trade??

    I just hope we have the money to bring Whiteside here.  He would be perfect for our team.  
  4. Super Bowl 51 Is Ours

    I'm fuging dead.  Hahaha.  
  5. Kony Ealy's ridiculous stat line

    4 tackles ( 2 for loss) 3 sacks 1 int 1 pd 1 fumble recovery 1 forced fumble   He and another DE next season are going to be nasty.  
  6. Congrats Huddle: Campa1gn

    Well, I did blame Shula.  So I'm content with that.  Knew Cam had the ability.  Didn't think Shula as an OC would let him. 
  7. What are you going to buy if we win tomorrow?

    Supposedly Dicks will have Super Bowl gear.  So I will stop there and get some, fa sho.  
  8. ESPN's GIF of Cam Newton seems a bit off to me...

    That's Russell Wilson on Halloween.  
  9. I wish I could go to SB50 for free, too

    It aggravated me at first, then it didn't.  This guy I knew moved to Cali in 2013, started becoming a Panthers fan even though he was from NC.  But didn't really watch football like that, or watch Panthers games like that until 2013.  You should see his GoFundMe page, it was a joke.  Talking about he was Carolina born and bread.  I was like mother fuger, you just started caring two years ago.  poo is just sickening, and he raised 3 thousand dollars to go to the Super Bowl.  God I hate this time period we live in.  
  10. Who wins SB50 MVP and why?

    I'm full of poo, I honestly don't think he or Allen will do anything.  
  11. Who wins SB50 MVP and why?

    Charles Johnson, and I have no clue how he'll do it.  
  12. What you guys got the score being?   24-17..................good guys.  
  13. Todd McShay Mock Draft 2.0

    31. Carolina Panthers (15-1) Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson Tigers Dodd notched 23.5 tackles for loss this season, second in the FBS to his fellow Clemson DE Shaq Lawson. Dodd brings a great energy to the game, and I think he's a more fluid athlete and a better natural edge rusher than Lawson. But Dodd is not as stout vs. the run or as consistent. Notre Dame WR Will Fuller also would make sense here because of his ability to stretch the field vertically.   NFC South Rival picks: 17. Atlanta Falcons (8-8) Shaq Lawson, DE, Clemson The Falcons had a league-low 19 sacks last season, so it's clear they need to continue to bolster their pass rush. Lawson -- a former teammate of Atlanta's 2015 first-round DE Vic Beasley Jr. -- could be the answer because of his good combination of power, quickness and relentlessness. This also would be a great spot for Notre Dame OLB Jaylon Smith, who tore his ACL and MCL in the Irish's bowl game and would be a top-five player in this draft if healthy. 12. New Orleans Saints (7-9) A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama Crimson Tide Yes, Robinson can play too high at times, but the tape shows a player who frequently took on two blockers, freeing up others along the front seven to make plays. Not many 315-pounders move like Robinson, who found himself in the backfield more often than not. He put up his best production in 2015 (46 tackles, 7.5 TFLs, 3.5 sacks), but he played even better than those numbers indicate. This offseason for New Orleans is all about finding defensive playmakers, and Robinson certainly fits that bill. 9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-10) DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon Ducks At 6-foot-7, 285 pounds, Buckner isn't a traditional edge rusher -- and some teams may view him as a 5-technique -- but playing in a four-man front, he could be a stout run defender at left defensive end and move inside to rush the QB on obvious passing downs. Buckner, who posted 12.0 tackles for loss in conference play this season, would give the Bucs a much-needed playmaker at DE. Other interesting picks: 1. Tennessee Titans (3-13) Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State Buckeyes If the Titans are looking to trade this pick, they might be able to find a team hoping to jump the Browns to select a quarterback. If no deal materializes, Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil would fill the team's biggest need. But the move is to pull the trigger on Bosa, the best player in the class. You can never have too many pass-rushers. And remember: One of Bosa's best traits is that he's scheme versatile, so he'd be a fit even if the Titans decide to stick with a 3-4 alignment. 2. Cleveland Browns (3-13) Jared Goff, QB, California Golden Bears If Bosa is still on the board here for whatever reason, he would be a good option. But quarterback is undoubtedly Cleveland's top need, and the more tape I study, the more I believe it's a two-horse race between Goff and North Dakota State's Carson Wentz for the No. 1 passer. As it stands now -- after studying five of Goff's games this season and four of Wentz's -- the two have identical grades. From Cleveland's perspective, Goff has a bit more velocity on his fastball to cut through the wind, while Wentz has more experience playing in the cold. Tough call, but I'll go with Goff for now. 4. Dallas Cowboys (4-12) Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State Bison Now that I'm deep into Wentz's tape, I feel very comfortable saying he's a legit first-round talent. He has the height, sturdy frame, natural accuracy, pocket mobility and on-field leadership you look for in a QB. He was 20-3 as a starter at NDSU and won two FCS national titles. You could certainly make a case for the Cowboys taking the best available D-line prospect, such as Oregon's DeForest Buckner. But if Dallas is sold on Wentz (or Goff, if he's available), this could prove to be a very wise long-term investment at the game's most important position.  
  14. Madden Predicts Super Bowl 50

    I could see this happening.