The guy kept a promise to his mother. How in the hell does this mean he's gonna blow all of his money on the whole damned neighborhood? Apparently this had more to do with the promise than him wasting money. The huddle sometimes, I swear.
feel free to point out where i said he's going to do that in any of my posts. these are just things that NFL players have to deal with and it's well documented.
i mean the concept i was talking about is very simple and there are abundant examples of it. i don't understand why what i posted was so horrible.
1. your family is just as capable of manipulating and stealing from you as any "crew". i'm not talking about mom here-every cousin, nephew, and niece is going to want a piece of that. and get this: it's also a lot harder to say no to cousin bobby and his can't-miss business venture than some random asshole. this is something we've seen over and over again among pro football players.
2. suggesting that a guy who is going to get a few million guaranteed on a mid-late first round rookie deal shouldn't make a habit of buying luxury SUVs cash before he's even played a down of football doesn't make me stupid just because you've been emotionally manipulated by a news story.
3. he isn't going to get his fug you money until his fifth year option is picked up (the value of which depends on where he's drafted) or he gets a second contract which is years out from now. that's if he makes it that far that is which is a roll of the dice as we all know.
Gettleman hasn't done squat nor put his signature on this team. This is a Hurney core carrying a bunch of misfits Gettleman brings in. Until Gettleman can sit in front of a high demand FA and convince him to sign with us he'll never get his peers' respect and this team will always be the underdog that overachieves. Star falling to us was the most obvious decision to make. This off season is going to stain him and he better show results soon. Now he's just known as the laughing stock who cut his entire receiving corps after 12 win season.
now we're still going off a sample size of one here right
the previous draft and free agency that produced a 12 win season, correct?
wow this is turning out to be more fun than i expected
mike goodson: 4.7 ypc/career
e: that stat was a bit out of context and i'd like to apologize as it's on the wrong scale for what was posted about lynch/williams. goodson's 2013 ypc was actually 8.7 which makes him twice as good as lynch or williams. sorry for the confusion.