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frash.exe

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  1. i forgot what the score was at that point, but plays like this were a regular occurrence with smith between 2005-2007. he could turn any designed short route into something special.
  2. cam may not be the same player he used to be but regarding belichick, the fact that tom brady took an average 2019 bucs roster to a superbowl win last year while the patriots foundered all throughout 2020 shows a lot about how much closer he’s always been to that browns coach that failed in the 90s than this genius mastermind god that everybody acted like he was this entire time. (it also shows why every assistant that is poached from his staff to be a head coach absolutely sucks and gets fired after three years max)
  3. i started ignoring ppl when i got old enough to realize that a lot of posters are crazier than a shithouse rat, and would probably be committed to an asylum in a different time in the history of medicine.
  4. it’s extremely difficult if not impossible as a site admin to stop somebody if they are determined to post here. even an IP ban can be easily thwarted by a VPN service or even disconnecting your router and waiting a few hours so that it grabs a new one.
  5. before i was even a lurker on the huddle, thisboardrocks was my go-to for panthers insight it wasn’t a particularly great time in my life
  6. that’s good for james gandolfini’s son. his fuging wallet isn’t tied to the GODDAMNED ESPLANADE GOD DAMN IT
  7. david decastro now there’s a name i haven’t heard in twelve years
  8. as bad as that sounds it’s not even his worst one 2009, wherein hurney traded the next year’s first round pick for a seminole who had no business playing as a down lineman in the pros, and our best player from that draft turns out to be a 5’8’’ cornerback from the 7th round or how about 2010? yea, let’s trade a 2nd round pick for a player that would’ve probably been a UDFA otherwise. i mean, we did get greg hardy in the 6th round, but everybody knows how that turned out in the end.
  9. he’s worried about the competition at that coveted h-back/blocking TE roster spot
  10. we’re instantly a contender with him on the roster but i don’t see it happening either
  11. david newton is that fumbling overpaid boomer at the office who doesn’t know how to save a word file as pdf so he sends the .docx file to a $12 an hour intern via outlook to do it for him
  12. draftspeak these supposed 2nd-3rd round graded players that are still available are not freak athletes that are going to produce on just any team. if they were, they would’ve been taken already. they’re only going to have a chance at panning out if they’re put into the right system. it doesn’t really matter which round you’re selecting them in at this point.
  13. is it like a requirement for this franchise to draft a developmental TE/h-back almost every year
  14. not rly crazy about the idea of trading down out of the third by round four you’re basically throwing darts
  15. tbh it probably doesn’t matter who we pick until brady fugs off and rides into the sunset with his 20 rings or gets theismanned and then it might matter that we picked the safe corner back that could develop into a shutdown guy instead of the QBs that were left that have a lot of question marks and might be holding a clipboard in three years
  16. unless they’re so serious that a trade goes down before draft day i wouldn’t hold my breath and with 3 or even 4 QBs projected to go before 8 we could walk out with a top 5 prospect
  17. they traded a 2nd round pick, the highest of which could only be the 33rd pick, which is not even close to giving up a 1st round pick bc the talent dropoff is usually steep after the top 15 prospects are off the board (the blue chip guys, or whatever ESPN is calling them in 2021). this is hurney logic. we spent how many years pretending we got solid day one starters in the second round almost every year. even in the gettleman years there was kony ealy. it’s really hard to tell exactly what scott fitterer’s long term draft philosophy is, especially since we have yet to see him pick his first draft class, but i highly doubt he is going to make the same mistake hurney did, looking at scott wright’s nfldraftcountdown top 32 and seeing if any of them are still there at 45.
  18. makes you think should we just forget about upgrading QB this year and focus on strengthening other areas bc we really aren’t in much position to get what we want anyway
  19. if you knew what you were talking about you wouldn’t even see the ads bc you would’ve run adblockers by now. i haven’t seen an ad while using this site since 2015.
  20. my life’s a blur and i hardly notice anything anymore
  21. i didn’t think it could get any more generic than the browns
  22. that’s actually pretty reasonable considering his production and upside
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