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#51 chubs2496

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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:35 PM

in before chubs calls you a know it all.


No it's just against the red that I do that. And frankly he does think he knows it all. And anyone that says their opinion is right and everybody else is wrong is clearly a know it all. And nobody likes that guy

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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:35 PM

This only proves my theory right. His injury was more serious than first thought.

 

He was going to miss a substantial amount of games to where he wouldn't be able to contribute for us this year. No other team claimed him becauase of this reason and we feel he is vaulable enough to keep him and put him on IR.



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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:36 PM

cool but i will point out that on gameday threads that people like you are the ones after one bad play have an absolute meltdown. screaming for everybody to be fired. so excuse the rest of us if we aren't overly emotional about david gettis being cut/ir'ed



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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:37 PM

Also, almost EVERYONE on the huddle has made Armanti jokes, and it most likely will continue until he actually shows something on the field.

 

This, truly. Armanti has been a laughing stock on this forum for 3 years now, until his "monster game" where he caught 2 passes for 35 yards in the preseason.

 

Fua was in the exact same boat. Yet where people call Fua a "fat piece of poo" who is the worst thing to ever happen to our d-line, Armanti gets "He's a Panther so you should get behind him." Some kind of The Golden Calf of Bristol-like force field from people not caring for him.



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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:38 PM

It's funny how much emotion and banter people invest into fourth stringers who will probably not amount to anything in either case

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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:38 PM

This only proves my theory right. His injury was more serious than first thought.

 

He was going to miss a substantial amount of games to where he wouldn't be able to contribute for us this year. No other team claimed him becauase of this reason and we feel he is vaulable enough to keep him and put him on IR.

 

 

No, actually is much more simple, we didn't want to have to pay an injury settlement so we put him onto IR. It's the last year of his contract and he'll be allowed to walk after spending all season on the couch.

 

He didn't get claimed by anyone because he's not that good and prone to injury. 



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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:39 PM

This, truly. Armanti has been a laughing stock on this forum for 3 years now, until his "monster game" where he caught 2 passes for 35 yards in the preseason.

 

Fua was in the exact same boat. Yet where people call Fua a "fat piece of poo" who is the worst thing to ever happen to our d-line, Armanti gets "He's a Panther so you should get behind him." Some kind of The Golden Calf of Bristol-like force field from people not caring for him.

 

there are massive differences in work ethic and a guy learning a new position at the highest level in the world.



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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:40 PM

now I have to go change his wiki page again



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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:40 PM

there are massive differences in work ethic and a guy learning a new position at the highest level in the world.

 

We have no indication that Fua has anything short of an awesome work ethic. If he didn't, Rivera would have cut him with Mcclain.

 

But there comes a point where work ethic is not enough. Fua reached it, and I feel Armanti should have reached it too.
 



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Posted 01 September 2013 - 06:41 PM

No, actually is much more simple, we didn't want to have to pay an injury settlement so we put him onto IR. It's the last year of his contract and he'll be allowed to walk after spending all season on the couch.

 

He didn't get claimed by anyone because he's not that good and prone to injury. 

Yea because an injury settlement would bankrupt us right?

 

Get your head out of your ass.

 

If we really didn't want him, he would be gone.

 

What team would seriously claim an injured player? Think about that for a minute. Unless you have no common sense.




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