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  2. Yeah that’s a very good score. I believe Fitzpatrick scored like a 49 and Ben Watson scored like a 48 or something like that
  3. My wife said they were $40, and the box says Foco. I usually wear a 13 (can't hardly find 12½), but she got lucky with the 12. I think they run a little big like Chucks. My Chucks are actually 11½. Here you go M-F-ers! Represent! https://www.foco.com/search?q=Carolina+Panthers+Shoes
  4. Pundits have been saying that about the saints for the past 5 years and it never pans out. Clearly there is away around dealing with the cap. Also Julio is not next in line is D. Jones, then Julio
  5. Well, I have it fat in the front, but you know I'm used to that...
  6. Pizza, Blue Bunny Cherrific Cheesecake Ice cream(yummy), chocolate cake and Biltmore Wild Blueberry Torta (yummy).
  7. No, Mike can't. (leaving Kup out of it, he's just a puppet front-man)
  8. Yet David Stern saw fit to hand over the reins of an NBA franchise to someone so foolish. Truly mindblowing.
  9. Trump could have used this to peek in 14 year old Ivankas window during sleepover nights
  10. Here's the truly amazing way Donald Trump defended his racist tweets President Donald Trump offered a very, uh, interesting explanation Monday for why his racist tweets over the weekend urging four Democratic congresswomen of color to leave the country weren't, in fact, racist: He's not the only one who feels that way. Here's Trump's exchange with a reporter outside the White House: Reporter: "Does it concern you that many people saw that tweet as racist and that white nationalist groups are finding common cause with you on that point?" Trump: "It doesn't concern me because many people agree with me." So, just to take Trump's word for it: What he said isn't racist because lots of people agree that Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.), Ilhan Omar (Minn.), Ayanna Pressley (Mass.) and Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) a) hate America and b) should go back where they came from. (In the case of all but Omar, who was born in Somalia but is a naturalized US citizen, that is America. But I digress...) Here's a counter to consider: The people who agree with a racist sentiment like the one Trump issued via Twitter are, in fact, racists. And so, having racists agreeing with you is a confirmation of your racist statement rather than a refutation of it. Trump, of course, almost certainly didn't think that deeply about his response to the furor created by his tweets. He just defaulted to his usual "many people are saying" formulation -- a now-familiar defense in which the President of the United States suggests, without offering a shred of proof, that he is far from alone in expressing some sort of unpopular sentiment. "Many people" say and think all sorts of things he says and thinks, according to Trump. The mistake here by Trump -- and this, again, is far from the first time he's made it -- is the conflation of his much-touted war against political correctness with what is simply xenophobia and racism. In Trump's mind, the fact that his tweets have created such a firestorm is evidence that he is freaking out the squares on the left and in the media. That he is simply saying what the average person thinks and, because Democrats and journalists are so out of touch with the average person, they are freaking out and trying to turn it into a negative for him. But here's the thing: Trump is right that there are people in the country share his view that women (and men) who look like Ocasio-Cortez or Omar or Pressley should "go back to where they came from." But those people are racists and xenophobes. He is the President of the United States, a position that has been seen all the way up until Trump took over as a moral beacon to the country. The President's job is not to elevate the darker natures within our society by finding common cause with them. His or her job is to isolate those people, making clear that their views are odious and unwelcome. A country in which intolerant -- or outright racist -- views are justified by the fact that many people carry them is not a country consistent with the Founders' desire for a more perfect union. And yet, that is the very argument Donald Trump made in front of the White House on Monday.
  11. Not sure if they perform abortions in their spare time because they love the law or hate America
  12. Just a bunch of dims in disguise who hate America and the law and the flag and stuff https://apple.news/AwmywREoSTp2jsBMzZFcrwg
  13. Jarrett's cap relief applies to this season with just over a $11 million price tag. In 2020 his cap figure is almost $16 million..nearly the $17 million I averaged out, then balloons to $21 million by year four. The same probably with Julio, if he gets a new deal the cap relief will be immediate and then back loaded. Get too many big time back loaded deals and there will be issues down the road.
  14. I don't think you understand the issue. Cheers mate.
  15. You can't move all of it to cash can you? I mean, between the two (assuming Julio gets what he wants) how much of that roughly $37 million can be converted to cash next year? The Saints will eventually implode skating by on the virtually no cap space every year try to keep their championship window open. All these high priced contracts will come home to roost at some point. The only reason the Pats are sustaining as long as they have is they offer a contract and if the player don't like it, they show them the door.
  16. One had a 34 wonderlic score, the other an 8. The same with the higher wonderlic also had better measurable at the combine.
  17. You think that football players don't reflect (watch film) and use decision-making (game planning) in preparation for each game? Your tweet length response is incomplete and simplistic. Playing football involves so many other aspects like competitive fire, physical aggression and instincts. Players matching up physically in one on one battles that have to be choregraphed with 10 other guys to accomplish the goal.on each and every play. Of course you need cognition, introspection and decision-making in playing football. But when Cam blocks a defender to spring a play he is showing his teammates that he is just like them and doesn't expect them to do something he won't do. He is manning up and trying to.level something. In the moment trying to spring a big play. It is about doing the extra to win. Leaving it all on the field. Battling and dominating your opponent. When warriors battle you worry about the injuries after the fact not before them. When he starts worrying and trying to avoid injury it almost guarantees it will happen. You can't play scared and still be effective. Cam thinking gee maybe I shouldn't run while reflecting in the film room doesn't carry much weight when the adrenaline gets pumping.
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  19. Bro, you are a walking case study on projection lol. “Why is everyone getting their buttholes knotted up about me getting my butthole knotted up”. ”Gosh I hate these grumpy fuddy duddies who are so positive all the time...let me complain grumpily about it”. Tell us more about all your other interests in life while you actually unironically spend your free time making cringey satirical anti-Hurney pictures in Microsoft Paint or whatever.
  20. I dont think you understand how the cap works. Signing Grady frees up cap space by moving his 2019 salary to bonus. Doing the same with Julio and D Jones the same. The key to it is having an owner who is willing to fork out the cash. The saints for example are well know for doing this.
  21. but he knows so much about how dems i mean dims think! Obamacare is the law of the land, so is abortion, so are voting rights, asylum laws, etc. but it does not appear that they are defending those laws all that well now he can tell you that only the laws he likes should be defended, laws that were made and upheld using all three branches of government like the Founding Fathers intended, but it's OK to not enforce them if you don't personally like them you know the American way he cries all about here
  22. Whew...this deal and Julio is looking for north of $20 million a year too! Somebodies cap is about to be blown the fug up! Couldn't think of a team I'd be happier to see it happen to.
  23. Still lying & can't back up your claims. K.
  24. You know you don’t put a space before punctuation, right? Maybe I shouldn’t assume anything for a Georgia boy who somehow gets dick riding from straightforward stats. NTTAWWT, you be you.
  25. Josh Klein‏ @joshkleinrules FollowFollow @joshkleinrules More Looks like Cam Newton’s annual pass catching week is happening in California this year instead of Baltimore - spotted DJ Moore, Elijah Holyfield, Christian McCaffrey and Jarius Wright catching some passes from the QB, who seemed as if he was throwing freely. 5:27 PM - 15 Jul 2019
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