So we have Peyton Manning, perhaps the best QB ever, Aaron Rogers, perhaps the best QB currently, and Andrew Luck, perhaps the best QB of the future, and because Cam may or may not reach that level of play we should trade him?
People seem to have no idea how hard it is to hit on a quarterback. We could trade Cam for all these picks and end up drafting the next Tim Couch at quarterback, and then what?
I hope and believe that Cam will end up being a top five quarterback in the league, but if he doesn't we can still win, and win consistently.
Posted by emhoward
on 14 September 2014 - 02:41 PM
My stream froze up with Cam clutching his knee on the ground. I started crying, and while I was crying I pulled out my penis and started peeing all over my face as tears and urine flowed down my cheeks.
Posted by emhoward
on 13 September 2014 - 12:46 PM
I believe in spanking and whooping but if you have to even consider going to a doctor afterwards then it's very clearly abuse.
Reading through some of the comments the differences between cultures really stand out. I'm African American and I don't know one other African American parent who doesn't discipline their children by spanking/whopping. Not to say that's a good thing.
Hacky black comedians always touch on the difference between how the races do things as far as discipline, I didn't know how true it was until reading this thread.
And the people I know don't like whopping their kids, they just happen to believe it works. Something the old folks use to say is "I'm whopping your butt now so the policeman won't throw it in jail later". Lol.
Anyway I would be interested to know other forms of discipline your children, and I mean for older kids, like preteens. For small things, taking away their phones or grounding them is easy enough, but what if they were bullying kids at school or something more serious? Who knows...
Also as a follower of Christ, I cringe every time I see fellow Christians on here doing their thing...
For one, you can't argue someone into Jesus' arms. It doesn't work like that. I've seen plenty of threads in the tinderbox and no one has been persuaded for Christ yet, that I'm aware of.
Two, being wrong is okay, even when you know you're not. Sometimes Christians want to be right or win an argument more than they want the person their ministering to draw nearer to God.
If it takes being wrong or losing a debate for the person I'm talking to, to open their heart, even just a smidget, I'll take it every time.
Done preaching now. Not accusing anyone here btw, just speaking in general terms.
While playing with Big Ben, Antonio Brown, Emannuel Sanders, Heath Miller, and Levion Bell as the RB.
Nicks had Eli playing like crap, was injured, had no RB, and only Cruz as the other legitimate recieving threat.
I take Big Ben looking for Cotchery in the redzone as a plus not a negative. Sure, because of all the other targets around him he could work one on one without extra coverage, but it still says something that Big Ben looked to him so often.
Look, you know Nicks is more talented than Cotchery, I know it too, I'm just saying that at this point we have no proof that Gettlemen made the wrong decision, especially when you add Avant