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I am more interested in hearing what athletes think more than what nascar drivers think.

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Its the same logic they use that says 'buy a wedding gift for a millionaire youve never met and never will'.

Yeah. That whole thing is kinda out there.

I have more practical uses for my money than buying a professional football player a wedding gift.

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Its the same logic they use that says 'buy a wedding gift for a millionaire youve never met and never will'.

 

huh? What is this?

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With Dale Jr's logic, this guy would be the greatest QB of all time

 

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Bob Griffin love will be Bob Griffin love until he starts to play poorly and his team doesn't win.

 

 

And then "they" will blame it on the REST of the team and not Bob.

 

Guaranteed.

 

"Well you can't expect him to do it all!"... ummmmm DUH!

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Nascar drivers opinion on an NFL quarterback lol, what else needs to be said?

I still can't believe people actually bought him wedding gifts.

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You know one thing I never see mentioned in the Cam vs. RGIII/Kaepernick debates is that so much of the 49ers and Redskins offense is more rollout, motioning, use of pistol and other BS.  Granted this past year we used a ton of read option(albeit when we shouldn't have) but even still Cam displayed so much more behind center in traditional formations than RGIII or CK, this year and his rookie year.  Basically what I'm saying is their offenses are all BS.

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huh? What is this?

RG Knee took a picture of a bunch of wedding gifts behind him from fans.

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RG Knee took a picture of a bunch of wedding gifts behind him from fans.

 

Oh, I don't have a problem with that. I thought he was asking for gifts.

 

If people here sent Cam house warming gifts no one would have said anything. But asking for gifts would be pretty bad.

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Oh, I don't have a problem with that. I thought he was asking for gifts.

If people here sent Cam house warming gifts no one would have said anything. But asking for gifts would be pretty bad.

He made a registry on Bed, Bath, and Beyond.

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