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Welp, a lesson learned by the NFL thanks to the Bucs...

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If posters would stop reposting his ugly ass picture, the huddle would be a better place. Pleeeaaassseee.

 

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And now it looks like the Suckaneer organization is leaking protected medical information about Josh Freeman to muddy his reputation up.

 

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/09/30/nflpa-coming-after-everyone-for-breach-of-freemans-confidentiality-under-drug-program/

 

This whole thing is just getting uglier and uglier.

 

By the way this is a serious crime. Sadly it will probably not be investigated.

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maybe more...

you know its bad when a position coach turns down a head coaching gig

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By the way this is a serious crime. Sadly it will probably not be investigated.

chris smith from forbes could probably do it but he's busy doing some important stuff like staring at two years of video showing damning evidence that cam newton was wearing under armour shoe strings.

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If posters would stop reposting his ugly ass picture, the huddle would be a better place. Pleeeaaassseee.

 

 

it could be worse...well, a little worse.

 

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God it must suck to be a Bucs' fan:

"But, Schiano HAS to go. It’s one thing to hate your coach (as both fans and players) if they’re a rousing success, but Schiano is just a hard-assed prick that consistently embarrasses the organization both personally AND with the team that is the product of his coaching.

 

He has done NOTHING to engender any goodwill and has no success to sustain the fans having to suffer through both the losing AND the circus. It’s the worst of all worlds.

 

Please, please, please–Glazers, Dominick, whoever; for the love of god, fire this walking dumpster-fire of a coach."

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The Cards were just downing the ball twice and he had his guys rush and try to get it both times.

What a douche.

I'm fine with that. I'd love to see effort on every single down every game because as we have learned, the differences in some games have been just that.

Extra points are a great example. If everyone is just going to stand around then why are you out there? If you're not going to attempt to block a kick until the game winning 38 yarder, you don't deserve to win.

This is the one area college football is an improvement over the NFL, effort on kicking plays. It often turns out to be the difference in a game.

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I'm fine with that. I'd love to see effort on every single down every game because as we have learned, the differences in some games have been just that.

Extra points are a great example. If everyone is just going to stand around then why are you out there? If you're not going to attempt to block a kick until the game winning 38 yarder, you don't deserve to win.

This is the one area college football is an improvement over the NFL, effort on kicking plays. It often turns out to be the difference in a game.

 

 

2003 gave in Tampa reminds me a instance of how important that is.

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I'm fine with that. I'd love to see effort on every single down every game because as we have learned, the differences in some games have been just that.

Extra points are a great example. If everyone is just going to stand around then why are you out there? If you're not going to attempt to block a kick until the game winning 38 yarder, you don't deserve to win.

This is the one area college football is an improvement over the NFL, effort on kicking plays. It often turns out to be the difference in a game.

Effort toward blocking an extra point is a good thing.

Blitzing a victory formation is stupid.

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http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/9752860/josh-freeman-pressuring-tampa-bay-buccanners-cut

 

Josh Freeman has requested a trade, but he is pressuring the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for his outright release, allowing him to receive his full $6.2 million remaining salary and the freedom to sign where he chooses. The team has no intention of immediately doing that, however, according to sources.

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