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JawnyBlaze

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I love LT

03 August 2014 - 07:34 AM

http://www.nfl.com/v...l-of-Fame-panel

 

LT was my favorite player ever in the NFL for a long time, til Smitty climbed up to sit on that perch with him.  The first football game I ever watched was the Washington vs Buffalo Super Bowl and after that I got this NFL Films vhs tape (don't remember the name) but there was an LT segment where he's hyped up and that's when I fell in love with him.  LT is probably the biggest singular reason I fell in love with football.  This interview was hilarious, especially toward the end.  Paraphrased excerpts:

 

"How many sacks would you get if you played the game today?"

"Man, in my day they'd pass 20 or 30 times a game.  These days they're throwing 60.  Just give me a Red Bull and it would be over."

 

"You wouldn't think Strahan would be a mean guy on the field, with that gap and all."

 

"When Strahan got to the Giants I tried to teach him a thing or two about life.  Luckily he didn't listen to any of it."


ESPN video about Cam being a "Tier 3 QB"

12 July 2014 - 07:37 PM

Yea, I know this whole "Tier 3" business isn't new, but I hadn't seen this video before and it made me chuckle.  A couple of ESPN guys play some kind of emoji game (I guess that's a thing now at ESPN) about Cam's supposed reaction to being labeled a Tier 3 QB.  For what it's worth, they both disagree that Cam should be rated so low.

 

http://espn.go.com/v...lip?id=11170379


GREAT video series on Youtube

09 July 2014 - 06:04 PM

Found these on Youtube, don't see another thread about it.  One of the best "season series" I've ever seen.  Exceptionally well done.

 

Part 1

 

Part 2

 

Part 3

 

Part 4


The blueprint for a Gettleman draft

11 May 2014 - 12:57 AM

1st. The biggest guy at your greatest area of need - KB, Star
2nd. BPA at a position where there is little to no need - didn't need a DE, had just drafted a DT in the previous round
3rd-4th. A Guard (other spot on a guy with local ties) - Turner, Kugzilla, Boston (UNC), Greg Olson (went to college with Beason, played for Chud)
5th. ST/defensive backup - the CB we drafted today (don't remember his name at the moment), Klein
6th. A RB from the northwest - Stanford kid, Barner

Using this formula it shouldn't be too hard to figure out our draft so there's less shock and hurt vaginas next year.

The blueprint for a Gettleman draft

11 May 2014 - 12:57 AM

1st. The biggest guy at your greatest area of need - KB, Star
2nd. BPA at a position where there is little to no need - didn't need a DE, had just drafted a DT in the previous round
3rd-4th. A Guard (other spot on a guy with local ties) - Turner, Kugzilla, Boston (UNC), Greg Olson (went to college with Beason, played for Chud)
5th. ST/defensive backup - the CB we drafted today (don't remember his name at the moment), Klein
6th. A RB from the northwest - Stanford kid, Barner

Using this formula it shouldn't be too hard to figure out our draft so there's less shock and hurt vaginas next year.

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