If you seriously think TWD doesn't have the same issues, or worse, then you are basically a fanboy. That show has had its characters do the dumbest stuff for years, on top of that, one of the worst group of actors on a show minus a couple.
and McClain was a future all-pro. I'm just saying, viewing at a practice doesn't matter, maybe he's trying to teach them, but I haven't seen anything ON THE FIELD that warrants crowning Proehl. No slight against him, look at what he's been given.
No offense, guy is a Panthers homer and has been for a couple years now, but I can't blame him, probably got him inside access :). He also said Fua and McClain were going to be amazing DT's. Just saying....
I look at these forums and I don't understand the Proehl stuff. He hasn't done much. KB is what he was in college, a freak that has drops often. Brown can't catch. Bersin isn't anything special. Ginn is just a speedster with average hands, and always has been. Cotchery took a nose dive when he came here. We prop this guy up like we have a GB caliber receiving core but we're bottom 5 in the league and have been forever with this team. I'm just trying to be realistic, I haven't really seen anyone develop enough to crown him the best receiving coach ever.
I watched Boykin play at VT in college and was a big fan. It's surprising people aren't wanting him more since he's a Charlotte boy as well, and one that actually went to a top school. He has more talent than Brown or Bersin and just needs to chance. The other posters are correct, Bersin wouldn't make any other team in the league if cut right now. We've lost too many games because of Rivera playing favorites. I'm OK with keeping 6 but Boykin should make it over those two if we only take 5.
Yeah a quality over quantity approach would be nice. Too many of the divas are boring, they should keep the ones that are interesting. I also just hate the divas show they run, I know it's reality tv but I always felt it's demeaning and hurts the division too because of that.
I wouldn't exactly call this a big secret, at least the basis that there isn't much difference and the creation of the divide part, I think a good bit of us know this to be true. I didn't watch it yet but just commenting on the original post.
They are still sharing the spotlight on NXT. They need their own show, no men, etc. Lance Storm is right though. I just don't think they'll ever get the push they need on RAW because I'm not sure that many people care, or care more than men's matches. It's ok to have a PPV match, but I think their own weekly show and a PPV match or two would be more than enough to get that division going.
I wish the women's division would just get their own show. Sometime I like their matches, but mostly they aren't very good and the storylines are terrible. I've always felt like the WWE rams the women down our throats and forces us to watch the matches. I don't think WWE has fully committed and that half the time they are just out there as eye candy still, which is why most of the matches annoy me. With their own program you can have different titles and different tiers just like the men. That way you don't have these stupid stables and you can get some REAL feuds going. If they can't support their own program then it isn't meant to be, but I don't know why they couldn't just ditch Main Event or Superstars and put a FULL blown women's show on the network.
Yeah over 12 sucks because if get one of those last spots it's pretty rough. For some reason my league I've been in for years gives more points for QB TDs than a usual standard league so we have an early run of QBs, but this year yeah I think there is only two elite QBs.
Wouldn't be a bad deal if he didn't have massive injury concerns at this point. If he plays, it's worth it, but I don't feel very confident in his ability to stay healthy, he's like Gerald Wallace 2.0.
Hardy. It will be even more evident as CJ's injuries start to pile up this year (he seems to be breaking down) and we are forced to overpay him to stay on this line after this year. Hardy was going to be the replacement while another team overpaid CJ.
I'm kind of over Sting, you realize nowadays he's just not a very good wrestler but it could still be exciting. Dudley's being back in perfect timing for what looks like a decent tag-team division if WWE doesn't screw it up.