you do realize that you've been sitting here having a full on convo w/ someone you claim not to be able to understand right? How baffling...if you or anyone else on here thinks I'm gonna got out of my way to try & impress w/ my grammar in a forum of all places then you have sadly mistaken. I'm just saying you'd be better off focusing on something more important like your kids because you're jus not gonna get anywhere w/ me. Period. & at this point im convinced that f*ck just doesn't exist. Sorry *shrugs*
Illiterat AND stubborn....such an attractive combination.
Did you check that sandy vag of yours for the fug...I am betting that it has been lost in there (undisturbed) for years.
Yeah, when Hardy was tagged it did confuse me as to how we can pay for other needed help. I kind of think that either Gman thought he could trade Hardy for picks or he thinks he can work out a better contract. It wouldn't be so bad if we didn't have CJ's bloated contract on the books. In reality we should have about 20 mil dedicated to the DE positions every year with younger developing options as backup's waiting to step in around contract time.
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These are exactly the points that worry me as well.
I am just nervous about having $30M (almost 1/4 of our cap space) tied up in the DE position when our CF, S, WR, and OT positions are in such need of upgrade.
We rarely took shots down the field this year compared to 2011 and 2012. When we did throw downfield it was usually to Olsen or Ginn. I didn't say Smith is a number 1 receiver anymore. He is the best receiver we have right now and if we were to sign Decker, Smitty would still be our best receiver
You should go check your stats...because you would find that you are wrong.
Someone posted the stats in another thread that showed we took just as many shots down the field last season as the two before. We just hit on fewer of them.
Don't like the "I want a long term deal" part. We can't afford a long term deal.
Most long term deals are more cap friendly in the first few years than a short term deal is. The question us not being able to afford a longer desk, but whether Nicks is worth a long deal after last season's performance.
It's not Hardy's fault. He didn't force anyone to tag him. I'm sure he would have been okay with a longer, more expensive contract somewhere else.
The FO made the decision to tag him. IMO it was a good call.
I am not blaming Hardy at all. I respect that he has earned a big payday and will now see it. I also am not saying he is not worth a big contract. I just see him as a very expensive luxury that we really can't afford in our cap position.
I think the overall team would be better off spending that 13m on a LT and CB than a second stud DE. But, that is just my opinion.
I know a lot of the people here don't like you, but calling all those guys in that thread beyond sad and pathetic won't help much either. Seems like financing another tailgate and buying back a few friends may be the more successful and proven route, just keep the Mountain Dew flowing all day and they will like you again. You can't take it to the grave, so might as well spend your vast 4-CHIN!
Was thinking of baby names for your bun in the over and seeing how Mountain Dew has contributed so much, the perfect name is Dewey! Congrats on Baby Dewey! May he give you years of hypertension, diabetes, coronary heart disease, stroke, and all the other gifts of joy a baby like that can deliver!
I have an suggestion. Why don't you post the same pic again for the 9th time and make a joke about chins. Maybe it would be funny this time.
Nah, it would just be as lame and pathetic as the first 8 times.
Now you are making Mtn Dew jokes? I am actually feeling bad for you and want to help.
Go out tonight.... find the one female in the trash heap of a community you call home who can actually stomach the repulsive thought of physical contact with you....have your 6 seconds of fun (because we all know you would not last longer)....and have her send me the bill. It is the least I can do to help out a poor little hermaphrodite like you.
You guys can talk height all you want and keep proving that you don't understand the game or the system. Jason Verrett fit's this system better than any CB in the draft. To be an effective CB in the system you have to be able to do a few things, play facing the ball reading the QB, be able to quickly switch from backpedal to drive, and tackle one on one. It's that simple, 5'9'' or 6'5'', if you can't do these things, you will not be a fit for us. It kills me that you guys are always pleading for a guy who is 6'2'' and has always played with his back to the ball chasing receivers in trail, that is not how we play! Open your damn eyes.
Comparing Varett to Munnerlyn is about as accurate as comparing Newton to JaMarcus Russell......
Having one attribute alike does not make them comparable.