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#3371572 2011 NFL draft revisited, would you take JJ Watt over Cam?

Posted by TheRed on 20 May 2015 - 08:31 AM

I do know the difference, but JJ Watt scores TD's as well.  And no, it wasn't split.  Watt had a good 20 vote lead by the time the thread died because I created it.  And the bandwagoners you speak of I rarely associate myself with.  I can't talk to someone that hops on a team because they're "good" at a certain point in their life.  Half of NBA fans are this way with players.  Sigh.  Anyway, it doesn't matter.  I'm pretty content with Luke and Cam.  I just want a Super Bowl in my lifetime and I'll be happy.


Watt has 1 career interception, and 1 defensive touchdown.





#3370759 Frank Garcia thinks 6 years 150 million for Cam

Posted by TheRed on 19 May 2015 - 01:57 PM

It might almost be worth it just to see the heads explode here.

#3370497 Still a litte Confused why we passed over .......

Posted by TheRed on 19 May 2015 - 10:54 AM

There are still people mad about us missing out on Keenan Allen? It's been 3 years, lol. 30 other teams missed out on him too.

#3370466 Music these days...

Posted by TheRed on 19 May 2015 - 10:32 AM

Gangsters Paradise, lol.

#3370259 Bout to see the new mad max movie

Posted by TheRed on 19 May 2015 - 08:25 AM

So for those that have watched it, I want to see it this week and trying to decide when and where. Convenience would allow me to see Mad Max in a normal theater setting at anytime this week. . 3D times around my house are inconvenient but I could wait and see a couple weekends from now if 3D is worth it. Or, should I drive 35-40 miles to the closest Imax and shell out the time, money and crowds at Concord Mills during race week to get the full experience?


Personally, I do like 3D, but the movie is 2 hours long, and for me, by 90 minutes I'm usually just about over the whole 3D thing.


As far as dealing with Concord Mills traffic, I will give you a clear hell no on being worth driving over there for that.


I avoided traffic on that side altogether and went to see it in Charlotte. It was normal 2D, but the film still looked damn good and I enjoyed it.


If you really want to see it in IMAX, or 3D, Northlake may be a better bet than the Concord Mills area.

#3370230 Still a litte Confused why we passed over .......

Posted by TheRed on 19 May 2015 - 08:11 AM

Considering the draft was nearly a month ago, it may be time to let it go.

#3370211 Pocket Cam vs. Mobile Cam

Posted by TheRed on 19 May 2015 - 07:45 AM

I think people are overstating the injuries portion of this (not you).  Amini was still the starter in the Eagles game, so was Nate Chandler, and Byron Bell.  All three started the season and started when Cam was playing from the pocket.  As much as I HATE to say this, the same offensive line was intact most of the season.  Did they suck?  Absolutely.  But Cam had his troubles with the same line throughout most of the year.  


Considering we had what was it, 7 or 8 different lineups on the OL by week 10, I would say yourarrow-10x10.png notion that people are overstating the injuries is silly at best.


#3369938 Miami Dolphins sign QB Ryan Tannehill to extension

Posted by TheRed on 18 May 2015 - 07:32 PM

Cam 6/180, 100 guaranteed

Lmao. There would not be enough hamsters in the world to power the huddle if that happened.

#3369858 Asians complaining about racial bias

Posted by TheRed on 18 May 2015 - 06:10 PM

If I was black I would be offended that society thinks I can't compete with other races as if I could not make it on my own as if I were not as intelligent, motivated, hardworking, and considered inferior to other races.


In this hypothetical scenario, has all racism as we know it come to an end? No? Then this is pure poppycock.

#3369757 Miami Dolphins sign QB Ryan Tannehill to extension

Posted by TheRed on 18 May 2015 - 04:34 PM

Remember the fans here who used to say "stats are meaningless, just give me the wins!!!" through Newton's first 2 seasons and a rookie of the year award?

Imagine the outrage if we had thrown nearly $50 million guaranteed at him without a single playoff appearance or winning record lol.

#3369731 Rotoworld ranks the NFL's "Best QB Situations"

Posted by TheRed on 18 May 2015 - 04:18 PM

Except for when he slides...the turf hits him harder than any linebacker ever has.

The whole idea that a QB absolutely has to slide or he is doomed is vastly overstated.

Newton is generally pretty smart in how he goes down after a run.

In actuality a QB is more likely to be injured standing too long in the pocket than they are scrambling.

#3369724 49ers nightmare offseason continues

Posted by TheRed on 18 May 2015 - 04:12 PM

btw, which is the rough end of a pineapple? aren't they all rough

#3369700 Miami Dolphins sign QB Ryan Tannehill to extension

Posted by TheRed on 18 May 2015 - 03:52 PM

He's 23-25 through his first three seasons. 7-9 his rookie year and 8-8 the last two.

He has 67 total career touchdowns and 42 interceptions.

And he just got $45 million guaranteed.

In the end it all boils down to guaranteed money.

Considering what our own QB has brought to this team in his first 4 years (one of the fastest QB's to 100 touchdowns in NFL history), his guaranteed money is going to hurt a lot of feelings here.

#3369663 Miami Dolphins sign QB Ryan Tannehill to extension

Posted by TheRed on 18 May 2015 - 03:31 PM

Holy cow. Does he even have a playoff appearance?

Oh, and lol at the fans here who don't want Cam to get that kind of money because "reasons".

#3369522 tsarnaev sentenced to death

Posted by TheRed on 18 May 2015 - 01:11 PM

If my brother was the a terrorist and killed 50 innocent people in Iran with a pressure cooker bomb, and the Iranian government decided to show my brother getting tortured on a live video feed, not only would it NOT deter me from committing terrorist crimes in Iran, it would strengthen my resolve and make me dedicate my life wholly to obliterating that country and its people in the worst ways I could.

This is exactly what PhillyB is talking about. That sort of thing just perpetuates the circle of violence.


The irony in it is some of the very people here and elsewhere advocating killing or dismembering him are the same ones who are the first to talk about a double standard for Muslims and Islam in general any time a terrorist attack occurs. They will vehemently condemn Islam for these attacks, but how is this any better? Most of these people consider themselves Christians as well.