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Iron Saint

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  1. Wrong, unlike the Pro Baseball Hall of Fame where their induction plaque includes one team’s insignia on their hat, the Pro Football Hall of Fame doesn’t induct its members “going in as a member one team or another”. Rather on the plaque under the bust in the Hall only states their name, position, and years played as a player. It doesn’t even mention years as a coach as evidenced by Mike Ditka’s plaque below his bust. So when Mills is rightfully indicted into the PFHOF, his plaque under his bust will read: Sam Mills Linebacker 1986-94 New Orleans Saints, 1995-97 Carolina Panthers
  2. Yessir. Unquestionably. We’re waiting on Mills to get in (which is long overdue) then we’ll have to start the push for Swilling. Unfortunately, Vaughan Johnson likely won’t get the nod, but if we can get 3 of the 4 of the Dome Patrol in, that’d be good enough.
  3. This was a good read. Appreciate it, fellas. Without Rankins or Onyemata it's soft, however we'll have both back by the time we play y'all at the end of November. PFT: Officials cost the Saints 15 seconds before halftime Nah, we were booing the officials that don't know the rule book. Judging by your tenuous grasp of the rule book yourself, you'd fit right in with those inept loons. That had to suck to carry that sign back to his hotel. You sure? We picked up on that bad call before halftime almost immediately and were right about it while the officials **** the bed again. Nah, McCaffrey probably realizes we had a 3rd string DT in at 3-tech and knows he'll be facing Rankins in that spot come November/December. Wrong, the play was over the instant Ginn went down. He didn't need to be "touched down" since he gave himself up. Here's the link to the rule book, you may want to brush up on a few other rules while you're at it. You mean a team that just won its division and made the playoffs last year? Finally someone that actually knows the rule.
  4. That makes more sense, but still seems like a bit of a stretch. I don't really remember it raining that day because for primetime games I park in one of the Superdome garages and my gate is literally within 100 feet so I wasn't outside long before going in the Dome that day. Then when we leave, we exit straight out into the garage.
  5. They are Clausen-like, but if you're the #1 overall pick, being "serviceable" QB isn't going to cut it. He'll be lucky to get a second contract even as a back-up, unless a truly desperate team comes calling. That he is, I like Arians but he can come off as a blowhard without much effort.
  6. Winston has a .382 winning % as a starter (21-34 in 55 games started). Locker has a .391 winning % (9-14 record in 23 games started). How can a player with a lower winning percentage than a player that is considered to be a bust, also not be a bust themself? Winston is a bust himself, but unlike the Chargers, Titans, and Raiders, the Buccaneers refuse to cut their losses and admit they whiffed on the #1 overall pick and will ride him out through his 5th year. What’s even more disheartening is they’re paying him $20,922,000 this year. Pay me $20.9M and I can throw two pick-6’s every game just like Winston did Sunday. I might even throw in a dance afterward to add a little razzle dazzle and let them get their money’s worth.
  7. I can tell you right now that those people aren’t from Louisiana. It’s only 72° in the Superdome, any local that is accustomed to the daily humidity here wouldn’t be *****ing and moaning about 72° when it was likely 100°+ outside with the humidity.
  8. And y'all will likely end up paying more than we do for Kamara because Kamara is already entering Year 3 of his 4-year deal this season. If he kills it again, I fully expect him to hold out next offseason until he's paid (like Michael Thomas did this offseason entering the final year of his 4-year deal). Y'all have more leverage with McCaffrey than we do with Kamara because of that 5th year option, but will more than likely end up paying more since Kamara will be paid first.
  9. Tunsil is 25 years old. Williams is 31. Tunsil has missed 4 games in the last 3 years. Williams has missed 13 games in the last 3 years. Not exactly apples to apples. The Redskins would be lucky to get one 1st rounder for Williams with his injury history and contract.
  10. And if y'all can find a team dumb enough to pay him $3M next year.
  11. Still better pass defense than the Falcons' sorry ass secondary.
  12. All I have to say is if y’all cut Addison, watch how fast he signs with us to get to play y’all twice this year. You forgot Cameron Jordan and his 32.5 sacks.
  13. Comical seeing you’re still digesting the lies the League spoonfed you in 2012 despite the injury data from 2009 through 2011 directly disproving what you’re alleging. But that’s okay, I’ll give you a pass on it. I’ve dragged more prestigious posters on this board than you on this topic. It’s not any fun pistol whipping a blind kid. As your second-to-last sentence, that’s the true comedy considering this little tidbit on this very board... Stay out of the rain, pimp. You might drown with how high your nose is in the air.
  14. Based on that section, I can now put a name to what happened to myself a few years back playing ball with some friends on Fridays. I actually ended up spraining each of my feet in separate instances about 10 months apart and they both sucked. My two sprains didn't require any surgery or anything serious, but it took 2-3 weeks before I was really able to run/cut on it again. Even bearing weight on it for a considerable amount of time was a pain in the *** for the first week and a half. With the world class medicine and treatment he'll have, he'll likely be ready for Week 1 if it's only the severity that I experienced.
  15. Wrong, at that point he was a defenseless player which is exactly what the QB is treated as after the ball is thrown unless if he runs downfield and attempts to get re-involved in the play. So no, it isn't completely different. After he came into contact with the two Panthers defenders and he stumbled, the instant his elbow hit the ground the play was over and he was classified as a defenseless player. End of story. I'm not sure why that's so hard to understand. From the rule book about when the play is ruled dead... Watson contacted two Panthers defenders and stumbled with his elbow hitting the ground. Therefore by the rule book, the play was dead at that instant. Reid was still ~5 yards away as evidenced in the previously posted screenshots. Now about the defenseless posture... I believe we'd all agree that Watson falls under the category of both #5 and #7, correct? At minimum #7 considering he was laying on his back. Furthermore... I also linked those sections of the rule book for you in case you need some bathroom reading because you obviously have a tenuous grasp on what's legal and what's illegal.
  16. LOL, I don’t care if y’all cut Reid or not. I hope y’all keep him so Murray can run him over like Ingram did last year.
  17. Your original assertion was that Reid was “mid-flight” and “couldn’t pull up”. You’ve since crawfished on those statements so your assertions are about as useful as the toilet paper stuck to your shoe.
  18. It literally took not even 2 minutes to do. I’m not technically challenged like you seem to be. Still waiting to see your evidence though, pimp.
  19. If he could pull up (which he could have) but didn’t and then proceeded to take two more steps to deliver a shot to a prone player when the play was clearly over, I SERIOUSLY doubt he “missed” where he was targeting. And those grainy screenshots are better than any evidence you’ve produced (zero, zilch, nada). They’re from Gamepass which is better than anything you’ll find outside of the cameramen on the sideline shooting 50+ frames/second. Watson down, Reid nearly ~5 yards away and on his right foot... Watson still down, Reid takes Step #1 (considering he’s now on his left foot)... Watson (you guessed it!) still down, Reid takes Step #2, planting off his right leg and driving his shoulder into Watson’s head, who’s been classified as a defenseless player since before Reid even crossed the 40-yard line... Let any pass rusher take two steps to hit a QB after they’ve already thrown the ball and it’ll get flagged for 15 yards every single time. No difference here. And nah, I’m not Pepe Silvia. Your evidence is Pepe Silvia considering neither of them exist. Accept your L and go home, my guy. I’ll give you half credit for the IASIP reference though.
  20. They directly refuted your statement of “he was already mid-hit”. I believe my eyes, guy. He took two more steps and targeted an already downed player’s head after the whistle. Those are facts, not opinions.
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