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JawnyBlaze

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#3306783 Running backs other than Gurley

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 31 March 2015 - 12:40 PM

This is one of the deepest RB drafts I've ever seen. I still say Mike Davis would be a steal on the 3rd day. Kid was in the Heisman running for a while his Sophmore year and fits how we run the ball.

 

Yea, not a lot of people are talking about Mike Davis, but I like him a lot.  Disclaimer:  I have no affiliation or affection for USC, I don't really follow a college team at all but if I did I would have to choose UNC cuz family.
 




#3303978 [RUMOR] Falcons to lose 2nd round pick

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 28 March 2015 - 11:19 PM

heh I think teeray was taking a subtle stab at the "late x round pick is basically an x+1 round pick" idea heh

 

bravo teeray




#3303845 [RUMOR] Falcons to lose 2nd round pick

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 28 March 2015 - 08:10 PM

Should be a first and a hefty fine for the GM.  This is pretty much as bad as spygate.  Willful acts to directly gain a cheating, unfair advantage should have the hammer dropped on them, not a medium sized slap on the wrist like a 2nd round pick.




#3301824 Mocking the Fifth

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 27 March 2015 - 11:46 AM

I'm not an ECU homer but I would be thrilled if we took Hardy in the 3rd.  He's an amazing football player.  If he lasts to the 4th or 5th and we take him there I'll be hopping around like a kid.




#3300851 TarheelBlazer's Panthers Mock Take Two

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 26 March 2015 - 04:43 PM

That's...a terrible trade down.  Almost a full round down and only a 3rd profit?  no thanks.

 

edit:  the unofficial pick value chart says it's a bad trade too, 740 pts for #25, 510 pts for #55+86




#3300848 I am on Bre shad Perriman's bandwagon

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 26 March 2015 - 04:41 PM

There's room on this squad for Perriman AND Hardy....

 

 

:devil:




#3300013 Panthers worked out Randy Gregory

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 26 March 2015 - 06:08 AM

Robert Mathis is 246 lbs and he was 235 lbs at both his combine and pro day and he became a 6-time Pro Bowler and has 111 sacks in the NFL...and he was a 4-3 DE for most of his NFL career

1. They are anomalies.
2. They suck against the run. I prefer DEs that are complete, not glorified OLBs that put their hands in the dirt.


#3299756 Team by Team free Agent Grades

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 25 March 2015 - 10:23 PM

Eh, if you're looking at who teams lost and who they gained in a vacuum without consideration to circumstances and whathaveyou, I guess their arguments can be made.  I think the Cowboys made out like bandits, myself.  Getting Hardy will be HUGE for their defense.  Their defense getting Hardy would be like us getting Joe Thomas at $13 mil a year (even if it's just for one year).  Losing Demarco won't hurt as much as most are thinking, in my opinion.  I could run the ball behind that o-line.  Also they, like us, don't have enough cap space to do too much.




#3297028 group pic of every NFL HC. awkward as fug

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 24 March 2015 - 08:39 AM

and Coughlin is enjoying it




#3297023 group pic of every NFL HC. awkward as fug

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 24 March 2015 - 08:38 AM

Looks like Ron is goosing Coughlin.




#3297021 Matt Miller's 7 Round Mock Draft with Comp Picks

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 24 March 2015 - 08:37 AM

Meh indeed.  I'm undecided on Humphries in the first, but definitely no to Dorsett in the second and pretty much all the rest of the picks don't intrigue me.




#3296928 Mr. Richardson did flex muscles regarding Hardy

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 24 March 2015 - 06:38 AM

His message was that the league is more important to him than the team.




#3296629 If our offensive coordinator didn't carry a legendary name

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 23 March 2015 - 09:27 PM

Hes been bad but look at the crappy talenr hes had to work with..

Who would look good with that personel?

 

Chud looked much better (not saying much) with Legadoodoo starting...Cam's rookie year we didn't exactly have a stacked offense.  We had Steve Smith and pretty much nothing else at WR, Olsen and a better LT in Gross.  This past year we had a much better WR corps (as much as I love Smitty, KB+Philly+Cotchery>older Smitty+Naanee+Lafell that wasn't hardly getting any playing time) and Cam with a few years experience under his belt.  If I had to pick a group to be my team's offense, it'd be this past year's.  Not 2011's.  Our shortcomings are more the fault of Shula than talent deficiency, in my opinion.
 




#3296571 Mr. Richardson did flex muscles regarding Hardy

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 23 March 2015 - 08:52 PM

If she really faked her injuries, do you honestly think Hardy would have been willing to pay her off? If someone did that to you and significantly ruined your reputation to a huge chunk of the entire country, would you reward that lying skank with a 7 figure payout?

 

Dozens of photos of her bruises exist. This is a fact.

Hardy paid her off so the charges would be dropped. This is a fact.

 

The only reasonable conclusion I can come up with knowing those two things is that Hardy paid her off because he knew he was guilty.

 

Hardy paying her off isn't a fact.  It's a theory.  One I actually do believe however.  Does it prove he's guilty?  Absolutely not.  Paying her off was an economical move.  Paying her was probably cheaper than paying his lawyers AND it got the case resolved quicker.  Do you think that if he hadn't paid her off the whole ordeal would have been done by now and he would have been able to hop into FA with a resolution in time to get a deal worth up to $13mil for one year?  I sincerely doubt it.  The only reasonable conclusion I can come up with, knowing all the facts (as well as believing the payoff theory) is that he needed the situation done in order to get on with his life and get on with getting paid.  For all we know the case would still be going on now if it hadn't been dropped.  And no team is going to offer him a contract until the legal process is done.  He wouldn't have been able to receive offers til all the real money had dried up.
 




#3296499 Mr. Richardson did flex muscles regarding Hardy

Posted by JawnyBlaze on 23 March 2015 - 08:17 PM

I've been one of Hardy's biggest supporters for the past 9 months, at least in terms of keeping him. But there was a big development that happened quietly last month that basically nobody paid attention to: turns out the DA's office had in its possession pictures of bruises and welts all over Nicole Holder's body from head to toe. Face, arms, legs, torso, back, feet......Hardy clearly did it. If he thought she faked it, he would have fought tooth and nail and would have never paid her off.

Now that you can (I believe) definitively say Hardy did beat her, it becomes a matter of giving someone a second chance. However, since Hardy is maintaining his innocence, he'll never be apologizing and admitting what he did. So I think I'm going to begrudgingly agree with Richardson's decision to let him go.

As for Cam or Luke getting the same treatment, Hardy was basically on their same level in terms of playmaking ability. And I think if someone accused those two of beating them and they had pictures of their injuries all over their body to prove it, I think they would have gotten the same treatment from Richardson, I really do.


If I recall correctly those photos were taken well after the incident and their legitimacy was questionable at best. From what I remember, the bruises were supposedly minor and the only real bruise was supposed to be on her arm where they were trying to remove her from the apartment.

Then there's the whole thing where she was asked in the first "trial" if she received any damage from the attack and her answer was that she broke a nail. If she were battered and bruised you don't think she would have mentioned that?

As someone said before, if pictures that damning existed you don't think the DA would have pursued the case even if Holder wouldn't show up? Her cooperation wasn't necessary.

And finally, if there were legitimate pictures to be believed, don't you think the original judge would have given him a slightly more stiff punishment than a 60 day suspended sentence and 18 months probation? That sentence screams "I don't think you actually did anything but I gotta punish you somehow for appearances". That's a slap on the wrist for a supposed dangerous, violent woman beater.

I'm sorry, I don't believe for an instant that he or anyone in that room harmed her. There's just way too much evidence to the contrary.