Ah, yes...reminds me of last year when smart asses would say everyone is being stupid to panic and we would be fine with Bell and Chandler. I for one, think once again, it is very stupid for the team to ignore this position as they continue to do. And before the 'well, who was better, who could've come in/draft blah blah', how many years do you go with that story? Surley 4 years have not gone by with a better option. Oher is NOT the answer and neither is Martin and both are going to look horrible this season. Watch. In the rare event Oher turns out to be serviceable or slightly better than Bell, the worst LT in the league, we can consider ourselves luck. At this point in baffles me we spend years trying to figure out a solution to the most important position on the offense not being QB.
I hate all the spices and salt poo people put in their food. I love things natural and bland. Chipotle is a great, cheap, and healthy way to get some carbs before going ham in the gym if you know how to order.
Problems still might occur later. It's best not to be hard headed and get after it early.
Another song you might like is Background by Third Eye Blind. Excellent song, check it out.
Also PTSD is a problem for many other people besides just soldiers for many reasons. You're not alone.
Lol the huddle says stats don't mean anything when it benefits them but then all of a sudden they're pointed out.
RG has some good skills, very accurate passing. He didn't have much help either. Had he not been injured I believe he would actually be one of the best up and coming QBs, o the media and analyst got it right. You can't say they're were all wrong because of an unforeseen injury lol how dumb. More butthurt cam defenders. Yawn.
Meh, it's actually a great place to work. Just because I can't drink on the job doesn't mean it's a terrible place to work.
I get to do a ton of things other jobs would never allow.
I agree with the firing for alcohol on the job. It's not about what affects you and what doesn't. No corporation should have to contemplate that or figure it out. It's about not having to know the employees well enough to find out if they have a drinking problem, or possibly having come across wrong to an important person or customer who doesn't need to be told 'you smell beer but don't worry, it was just one beer', or like someone mentioned mixing it with prescriptions....so on and so forth.
It's all about perception, and I agree with it.
It's not that I hate Smitty. I enjoyed watching him for his skill. As far as his drama and theatrics, I really couldn't care less, it doesn't interest me. That said, now that he isn't a Panther...I feel indifferent towards him.
I honestly don't understand how you guys watch football caring about characters and drama and bullshit. It's just a sport and the skill of the player is really the only thing that matters outside extremes. I feel like I couldn't watch and enjoy the sport if I actually gave two shits about the drama. Kind of like actors.