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  1. the only FA decision gettleman made i have hated was tagging hardy. honestly, i trust him for everything else. i have no idea if CJ is worth even the  restructured amount, but i do like him being on the roster and think that he and actually allen are both needed presences. i hope we can work it out to keep both of them, but we could probably find better talent for less money in FA.   it's a tough call that i'm glad i don't have to make.
  2. Getting Benji Back

    i would be 100 fine with this. and maybe 1 more wideout for depth. these guys are going to be incredible together this coming year. i don't think we'll have a 1000 yard receiver, but that's a whole lot for a defense to account for. KB is legitimately going to be drawing double teams and you know that this year teams were constantly trying to figure out how to take olsen out, and with funchess coming into his own as a legit threat...i mean you've got to or three guys right there who could be drawing double teams regularly and then you've got the shifty/speedy/downfield threats that philly and.or ginn bring? plus whatever RB we have on the field? plus the threat that cam brings (and which you need have a spy on)? defenses are going to be getting spread thin. i really think that if we did nothing to this receiving/TE corps we would still be in incredible shape. if someone falls into our lap this year, fine, but i think the focus on improving the team should be in beefing up the OL a little, addressing DE and the secondary. money and draft picks shouldn't be spent on a position group that is so solid, imo. what we've got is going to be a nightmare for defenses.
  3. whoa.....umm....it might be time for you to back away for a while.
  4. I can't be the only one who grimaces every time he sees Sam Mills name associated with SMF. 
  5. NFL Turning Point: The Clete Blakeman Effect

    i do know that when you speak out against refs, the ref union takes it personally and will all turn against you. we saw that this year quite a lot.
  6. yeah, i was shaking my head at that one as well. the board was pretty evenly split, but let's not let truth get in the way of a good attempt at trying to put a guy on a pedestal. SMF has made me SMH more than just about anyone in here, even you.
  7. NFL Turning Point: The Clete Blakeman Effect

    i don't think there was a conspiracy, but i absolutely believe that a reffing crew's bias in favor of the broncos absolutely influenced the way they called the game. they let obvious things slide if it favored the broncos and when in doubt, called in favor of the broncos. that is obvious. the sad thing is, there's not a thing that can be done about it. no accountability. nothing. they screwed us. whether it was intentional or not, i don't know and don't really care. they screwed us out of a lombardi that we deserved and would have won had the refs actually called the game even close to fairly. but people could come out with proof it was intentional and it still wouldn't matter. the lombardi would still be in denver and that's a travesty. does that mean that we should just let it go? absolutely not. i don't care if people consider us bitter cry babies. it was wrong and that reffing crew and the league that allowed a reffing crew  with that relationship with a team should be called on it.
  8. pretty accurate right there. dude's the luckiest QB in the game.
  9. denver didn't kick our ass. they barely won and had it not been for a couple bad calls they wouldn't have. our offense was bad, their was worse. our QB didn't do well, but theirs did horribly. and it had nothing to do with our humility. nerves? maybe. overwhelmed at the moment, esp. after realizing that we were going to have to be playing against the refs as well? probably. but because we weren't humble? lol
  10. 2003 or 2015.... which one hurt more?

    i don't know about hurting more, but this one definitely pisses me off more.
  11. read it last night. pretty eye opening. might be worth doing a little copy/pasting of a portion of it. don't want to infringe on any copyrights. if someone has an account over there, maybe get that guy to post over here and educate us a little? i mean it wouldn't do much of anything but piss us of more, but it would be more light shown on it and in a more visible place than footballzebras or wherever that is. i do like how he called out the OP of that thread as a part time high school ref. that was funny.
  12. NFL Turning Point: The Clete Blakeman Effect

    it would bring attention to the fact that ref crews, esp. this one, show favoritism in hopes that the bad press will cause them to pay better attention to who they select for these games.
  13. NFL Turning Point: The Clete Blakeman Effect

    i hope this poo really starts getting attention. it was a bad call that put us in that situation to begin with and then this happens? you want to know why our heads weren't in it the rest of the game? like 24 said, didn't know we would be facing two teams. i know it's too late and there's no way they would change it. what's done is done, but we were screwed out of that win. i said we were kicked in the nuts early and never recovered, but it was the refs who did the kicking and that's a shame.