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  1. I read the title. Thought "It can't be the All or Nothing video again. It must be something new." I'm apparently not very smart
  2. Name all the owners you know with Super Bowl trophies in under 2 years as owner.
  3. I don't know what's more laughable. The team's performance as of late, or all the posters here who know more than a self-made billionaire who was a part of one of the most successful franchises of the last few decades. Under two seasons as owner to replace the head coach -- I find that to be borderline aggressive. Everybody here is so black and white. Hurney does offer incredible value in some areas, or at least one, which is the 1st round of the draft. But there are other areas he's severely lacking. Instead of just replacing him, why not let him play to his strengths and bring in others to compliment him / fill-in his weak areas. If you have the option to have a Jack of All Trades, but master of none, or 1 person to focus purely on the draft, 1 for contracts, 1 for free agency, you have the best in each area. This is a different approach, so many here might not understand how it works. But from the sounds of it, if we keep Hurney, he'll only be doing what he excels at. He won't be the lead in cap management, free agency, and probably even coaching hires.
  4. Glad he's cleared. Hopefully he performs well if he gets the start Sunday (especially after Atlanta's defense suddenly sprung to life), but more importantly, stays healthy.
  5. I don't use it, or even read it. But it has it's place, even if it's re-purposed. An alternative solution if it's removed -- add a 'WARNING - Unmoderated Topic' tag or something similar to topics that fall into that category so it can at least give people a heads up before heading into it.
  6. John Fox took over for a 1-15 team and took them to a Super Bowl in a two year span. And then took over a 4-12 team and took them to the Super Bowl 3 years later. What about him? /s
  7. The truth is you can't anoint him or crucify him after 3 starts. He's done everything you can ask for him as a passer filling in for Cam. He hasn't made any bad decisions throwing and his biggest issue is fumbling, which can be corrected a lot easier than reading defenses. I'm saying just because he had more success (with a better supporting cast) than Cam did in his first 3 road starts doesn't mean squat for what type of player he'll be long-term, and as more tape is available. I don't think this needs saying, but I will anyways. I absolutely love being confident in having a backup like Kyle Allen. I haven't had faith in a backup QB coming in the game for a LONG time. I don't have an opinion on how he'll be long term. I'm not saying he'll be the next Brady or the next Weinke. He's going to be the next Kyle Allen, and it's very promising what he's shown so far. But I stand by my initial statement that those comparisons don't mean anything.
  8. Look at the teams around those players, too. 2011 was right after going 2-14. Legedu Naanee was also our #2 receiver. This thread is one of the most cherry-picked threads I've seen.
  9. I love the fact that a thread about Butler getting a sack has reached 3 pages. A sack that was caused thanks to Reid. You can't get much lower than that. BUT it came at a critical time in the game, so he gets a pass for a week from me now.
  10. Was very skeptical when I saw The Athletic going for a subscription-only model, but I have to say that I'm so happy to eat crow on this one. Proved that there can still be good sports reporting and that the subscription model works when you have quality original content. And I'm pretty sure I can say that The Charlotte Observer was the cause of Joe Person with all the clickbait / hot take articles. He's a completely different writer on The Athletic. Definitely worth the subscription - And it's very easy to find a link to 50% off ($30 / Year).
  11. I agree. Plus it removes all temptation to put him in if the season needs saving. They need to let him heal. No ifs ands or buts about it.
  12. I don't think you can make that call based off record alone. If Kyle Allen levels out and ends up throwing for 200 yards a game, 1 TD, 1 INT would be different than if he continues to play like he has for his last 2 starts. If he keeps playing like he has, especially against the Texans & Jaguars defenses, then you have to roll with the hot hand.
  13. Just saw Billy Joel this summer in Philly (Citizens Bank Park). Despite being 70, he put on one of the best shows I've seen.
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