I'd be interested. Very high risk tho. Locker room concerns, health concerns, concerns over injury history, concerns over actual production as a WR is quite a list for a guy still looking to get paid. He'll probably want at least what Cobb gets and he has never been as productive as a WO
Punt returner. Bring him in this locker room with Thomas Davis and Ron Rivera and I doubt he would be able to BS his way around much. Our established leaders seem to be able to provide stability in rough times and I feel like Harvin wouldn't be immune to that positive influence.
If all the time off for Hardy, Peterson, Rice, etc. is not considered punishment by the league, why ever suspend anyone. The only true punishment through that logic is fine the crap out of them.
It's not about punishment for the players. It's about the league taking a stance to remove players who do not abide by the law from the public eye. In other words, it's a PR move, nothing more, nothing less.
Im a Ted Ginn fan btw i just dont see how much he brings to the receiving game
As an individual, not much, but to group he could help a lot. There aren't many defensive backs who can keep up with Ginn or Brown much less having a team that has two people. This forces a safety to play over the top on them instead of rolling over to cover Benji or Olsen. That also opens up our run game because the safeties will have to play honest to cope with the speed on the field. Ultimately it spreads the line, opens run lanes, leaves Benji and Olsen in more one on ones, and gives us two guys who can out run anyone we face.
LOL, so now its the Colts fault the Pats cheated again.
And where did this theory originate, oh yeah, Boston.
Logic dictates that it is a reasonable explanation given that the only ball deflated significantly was in the possession of a ball boy for the Colts. Given the preparation process outlined by Belichik, the other balls were in an expected range.
Do I need to mention that after given balls properly inflated the Pats scored 4 straight TDs? So where is the advantage?
Johnny Fail lol..what an awful obvious train wreck he was projecting to be. I believe this is only for BS posturing to blame something else for his lack of work ethic, maturity and ability to perform at a high(not coke high) level.
His potential has capped in college.
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OR his problems in college and his lack of preparation actually are partly because of his alcohol consumption. It was known that he was a partier, but he may be a lone drinker as well which obviously would detract from him studying the game. What treatment will do is teach him ways to overcome the thoughts and form new habits which will translate to him spending more time studying football and prepping for games.
This is a good first step for him and if he grows and learns from this before he really makes the mistake of getting a DUI and into a car accident or failing a few drug tests he should progress as a player on the field. I'm not a fan of any one person or football player and I don't hate any one football player. I enjoy giving people the benefit of the doubt and someone trying to make positive changes in their life should not be belittled by people like you.
Edelman won't remember the game anyway, so might as well give it to Brady.
Dude had to have been concussed on that hit from Chancellor. It also had me wondering at the time why that was a personal foul for targeting the head or neck area of a defenseless receiver. If Mike Mitchell had done that when he played here they almost certainly would have thrown the flag.
Before I get bashed for calling for nit picking a hit, I'm not for that rule entirely but if it's a rule it should be called fairly.
He went up against a defense that has been compared to the 85' Bears and went 37-50 for 325 yards and 4 TD's. The Pats also scored more points in the fourth quarter than the Seahawks had given up in the past 8 games combined.
If I sound "bitter" in your eyes, then you're certainly delusional, and/or blind in mine.
Must be an NC fan (or family member)?
No, actually I went to ECU and witnessed the same Russell Wilson misfire under similar circumstances in Greenville. The point is that the knee jerk reactions to certain situations are usually overblown. One play confirms your bias or you continue to search. Wilson is a solid player who will continue to develop and mature the same way Cam and Luck will.
I just don't pass judgment because I don't "like how his floaters are lucky" or "he can't read defenses" because I don't know that to be fact. The same things are said about Cam and people jump all over it, complaining that they are biased and misinformed.
It wasn't an implosion. We almost saw Brady do the same thing to us back in November of 2013. The Seahawks are the rule, not the exception. The rule says, if Brady is down in a meaningful game with time to spare and a game plan that is working, he will be in a position to win it when the clock strikes 00:00.
You know the angle I find interesting here is that the shouldn't be seen as a bad thing even if true. Hardy legally had the guns which means he is not the type of person people are speculating he is.( I would bet a large number of Panthers fans throughout NC have just as many guns as Hardy did.) This actually would play into the narrative he was trying to subdue a belligerent person in his own home without harming her. The guns were on the bed yes, but no one said how they were laid out and I have doubts that in that situation he would even have remembered putting them there. So my theory is that in the midst of trying to get her to calm down, he assumed picking her up and throwing her onto the bed (assuming he doesn't remember that he had his guns out) would be much better for her and wouldn't harm her like throwing her to the floor would.
If he was TRYING to break her arm as she says, he could have and if he truly was trying to harm her he most definitely could have. But when you throw the bed into the story, and hypothetically speaking the guns weren't there, everyone could believe he was truly doing as his version of the story goes, and trying to calm down a person going nuts. So insert the guns, add alcohol, assume he put them there earlier in the day, and he probably didn't recall putting them there.
Personally, I think he is innocent of any domestic violence and guilty of putting himself in a bad situation with a person who has been shown to constantly be in bad situations.
"So would you say that the weed flew out of the window right before your accident?" "Yes ma'am, that is what happened."
Judge: "The complainant is the most credible witness, she saw weed that flies!"