RG3 is rewriting the book on how to play quarterback in the NFL.
you know screen passes have existed for a long time
also nice link to bleacher report. i hear jimbo's sports blog with its five readers thinks rg3 is good too.
it's all wine and roses right now and it will be this week too because the redskins get the pathetic rams. he will inevitably have some poo games and the redskins will lose because of him just the like the panthers and cam last season. how he reacts then means a lot more than what he does when his team is winning.
Who's going to start the Wave? Who's going to yell when WE have it on 4th and short? Who's going to wave their VIC card as the announcer talks while the play is underway? Who's going to look up at that all-important Bojangles Tailgaters of the Game spot? Who's going to look up as the flyover is late? Who's going to watch the mess of a half time show: mini cheerleaders, dude's flippin' their BMX, Make-A-Wish?
The stadium atmosphere needs a serious makeover.
this bullshit was tired and boring six years ago on this board.
As Tensor put it, the projected image of the rich and poor is not reality
Wayy too many generalizations here
Lifestyle is everything and if one is content with how they live supported by whatever income that supersedes this whole rich/poor dichotomy.
We are a country with problems in moderation, efficiency, and sustainability that drive many of these phony generalized notions of what is wealth v. what is rich.
the main thing driving these arguments and stereotypes is the idea that the USA is a pure meritocracy which is hilariously naive.
i mean it'd be one thing to temper the argument with "well capitalism needs losers and an underclass and it's their own damn fault if people aren't socially mobile" which is its own crock of poo but i'm not even getting that concession.