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  1. Next Call of Duty includes CoD 4 remaster but

    funny I don't remember that crossover.
  2. I've never understood what Jerry's sons did that he didn't want them to have any part of it. I'd assume he'd want a Mara/Rooney type lineage.
  3. This team would honestly do well to give it to me. I'll even use all revenue made for the purpose of the team and charity work.
  4. Next Call of Duty includes CoD 4 remaster but

    Alright yeah never mind I'm full of crap. I just put two matches into CoD4. I'll be buying this thing at release.
  5. Next Call of Duty includes CoD 4 remaster but

    Yeah I'm pumped but I don't know if I'm $80 pumped.
  6. Next Call of Duty includes CoD 4 remaster but

    There were more than 10 in the original weren't there? Bloc was awesome but everybody else always hated that map and skipped it.
  7. Oh well that's a relief.
  8. Next Call of Duty includes CoD 4 remaster but

    Swung by GameStop today to ask when they think the title might get an individual release. He didn't know but pointed out that he doesn't think-and he was just speculating- that MWR may not even have multiplayer because then nobody would play IW. He tossed out the idea that maybe they will link the multiplayer between both games or such and have a classic mode or whatever, but more than likely not. I always loved the MW trilogy campaigns anyways and still play through them every so often, but if they don't have multiplayer a lot of other people are gonna turn real fickle real fast.
  9. Trai Turner hires new representation...

    He's 22 and is already one of the better OGs in the league.
  10. While were on this discussion, and I've mentioned this before but now with Nortman gone its time to make it happen. I'd like to see Joe Webb hold on kicks. If were going to keep 3 QBs, we should getting him on the field in any way possible anyways, and having him out there gives us the ability-and the threat-to run a fake run or pass. He's got a whole off season to learn.
  11. Kony Early was having one of the most dominant performances in super bowl history, and he still only played a whopping 23 snaps so we could keep sending Charles Johnson out there to do whatever Charles Johnson was doing last year. I don't think its a given that Ron, for all his positive attributes, starts the younger player over the more veteran player.
  12. My concern is simply the obvious truth that teams are going to spend all off season breaking us down. Not just schematically, but each and every individual player on the roster is going to be put under the microscope. Mike remmers being terrible on the biggest stage is the absolute worst thing that could've happened for his career, and barring Williams taking the spot (ideal) or Remmers improving, next season is going to be a nightmare for him as teams target him relentlessly. I'm just a bit concerned that we have too much continuity.
  13. Okay that's a canned response which ignores the point. When he talks about finding guys that fit us, it refers to a number of things, from finding larger players that fit our preference for them to finding day 1 starters-like the CBs we drafted who play the bulk of the snaps. It doesn't refer to adding situational pieces who allow the team to showcase different looks, as the talk from the team surrounding the Cash signing would indicate (the point being that he's a UDFA and I'd like to see us acquire more high investment players to do this with). If we want to stay succseful, we need to continue to evolve.
  14. Let me go ahead and toss out that we used our 2nd and 3rd round picks in the hopes of gaining a day 1 starter. I get your point but it isn't entirely accurate. There are still some areas on this team that we could used a high pick on, but more relevantly, my desire would be to see us use high round picks on players that give us some diversity rather than exclusively drafting depth, as you pointed out. A completely out of place 34 rush linebacker brought jn on passing downs actually seems like a nice wrinkle and wouldn't be such a bad thing to spend a high pick on. It may also allow us to actually show some 34 looks in games. There are other areas as well. I was really hoping we'd get a guy like Kenyan Drake we could line up anywhere on the offense.
  15. Lol you sound really paranoid. I didn't put any words in your mouth. I used sarcasm to infer a point-the point being that the only consequence that will come out of "overpaying" Janoris Jenkins is improved CB play and a player who you can count on to stay on the field more than Prince Amukumara. And again, you're making the enormous stretch that signing three young players somehow equates to "going all in" which has no basis other than the Huddle born foundation of "free agency=bad" or even more ridiculously "free agency=short term gratification" New York signed three young players to multi year contracts. If you choose to believe it was a "all in for this year" move then that's your prerogative, but you're fighting an uphill battle if you want to convince anybody else of that.