Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Skew

Herm Edwards is an idiot.

93 posts in this topic

Said on NFL Live today that Carolina would be a good fit for Vick when he gets off parole to run the wild-cat formation.

Um, Herm, Jerry Richardson doesn't want any convicts on his team.

And neither do the fans.

Dumbass!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

But, but, but, we need Herm at DC!!! Don't be hatin....

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I watched at 4pm, but I must have tuned out when they started talking about Vick.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

They were saying what team has good management to handle vick and the wild cat..he said Carolina..we would never take him..but the guy did his time so I cant judge him..

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Regardless, it's not about judging him or using the wildcat.. it's the fact that he sucks at throwing the ball...

(but yes, I feel his criminal record would be a most important factor.)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

And people wanted him as a coach here...lol

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

atleast it would draw more attention to carolina

I don't think JR wants to be a footnote on another A&E/ True TV documatary...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites



  • Topics

  • Posts

    • You do realize no one wanted RyanCare/ObamaCare Lite to pass, right? If anything, the media and democrats has made themselves absolute fools lately. STILL no evidence Trump colluded with Russia whatsoever, which is quite the funny irony in this whole conspiracy. Trump inherited a mess. Hard to fix this mess when you got crybaby globalists and dems everywhere.    
    • I hate this DG analogy so much.  It only makes sense in the context of an efficient market where teams are rational, have perfect information, and scouts are always right about players.  But we have ample evidence that is not the case.  Sometimes, talented players just don't work out.  Injuries derail careers.  Teams make oddball picks.  Sometimes, you are just wrong about a player (see Ealy, Kony). I like him a lot, but DG's habit of always trading up / never trading down may ultimately be his downfall in CAR.  It results in a lack of depth across the roster and it makes your roster very vulnerable to i) injuries (see 2015 vs. 2016) and ii) missing on evals.  If we missed on Funchess (jury still out), that hurts - but missing on Funchess when you traded multiple picks to get him compounds the issue. Trading up and trading down are both valid strategies - but I'd suggest balancing the two strategies would improve your chances of long-term success.