until this point, NFL coaches, coordinators, and ball carriers had no idea where the vulnerable spot of the ball is. now that they know the vulnerable spot of the ball, we can expect fumbles to pass out of existence in the league. forced fumbles will cease to become a statistic and offenses will score one million points per game. thanks for ruining football david newton
lots of countries have no-pursuit policies that allow people not wanted for dangerous crimes to flee the scene. this is because it's safer to the general public to just get his information and show up at his house and arrest him, after sending mailed notification of a request for turning himself in. weirdly, these countries deal with a fraction of the police-related deaths so callously shrugged off by the general public. maybe we could revise protocol and make a dent in stupid deaths, even if it costs us our egos and a little bit of indignant outrage at one of them thar thugs getting away with being a thug.
the gayest thing that happened that i know of actually happened to me. on the first day they had us all jam packed into the showers at the same time. everyone was being super careful not to bump johnsons and the big motherfuger in front of me stepped back, presumably to avoid someone's junk, and i couldn't step back without hitting the junk behind me, so the tip of my weiner brushed his ass. he gave me a look and i gave him a look and then we went our separate ways. six weeks later i sneezed on his pen in tactics. he never likes my stuff on facebook, so i thing he's still hung up over it all.
yeah you don't get that sort of thing quite as much in OCS. the first couple days are fairly similar to the enlisted experience, but from early on there's a clear attempt to get you to act as an autonomous group to see how you can lead each other. it's far more demanding physically and mentally, but the monkey bullshit they lay on you in boot camp is largely absent.
luke will probably play for vet minimum because NFL players in their prime routinely give hometown discounts, and besides he's just a good guy who sits around at home and reads the playbook. he just needs his mom and his lunch pail.
with oher looking shaky ward might make the roster simply because he's such a good blocker. if he's versatile enough to leak out into the flats and catch a few balls he'd be someone else defenses would have to consider.