Yeah. . .I'm on the Latimer train; he's got the size, the speed, and the hands. Plus, the Panthers have met him three different times (more than any other player) and that's way too much attention for a smokescreen imo.
Though, I'm starting to believe that the Panthers will miss him by 4-5 picks.
Alright, I saw the movie. . . I liked it. Obviously, the events would never happen in real life (at least, not between GMs that wanted to keep their jobs), but I expected that. The tension was pretty good.
Now, while I understand that they to get an actress in the movie's top billing to better appeal to a wider demographic, it frustrates me that these type of movies always have to shoehorn some kind of office romance in. Also, the writers always feel the need to validate the female character being in a football movie by having her spout random facts and stats about football to show how "worthy" she is compared to the guys. I don't care about what Jennifer Garner knows about the final drive of Super Bowl XXIII . They could have just kept her as the cap space girl and it would have been perfectly fine.
But those of pretty minor complaints in the scope of things. I paid 7.50 and didn't feel cheated and will probably pick it up for blu-ray when it comes out. It also made me want to play Franchise mode in Madden.
Munnerlyn hovered over Graham after stopping him short of the first down. The very next play, Munnerlyn was beat for a long passing play. Our secondary is a joke. Rivera is a bigger joke for believing they could do what Seattle's CBs could do.
Yeah, Mikell grabbed by the back of his collar and pulled him back to the huddle when he was standing over Graham. Like, "Dude, we're down 24-6".
"Never personal, man," Talib said. "It’s never personal. I’m sure if I see Steve, it’d be, 'What’s up, how you doing?’ It’s never personal, man. Him and the other guy from St. Louis (cornerback Janoris Jenkins), that was personal. He didn’t say he was going to punch me in my face after the game. He just told me to go get in the tub."