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Has the trade for Sam Darnold changed your outlook on the 2021 season?


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1 minute ago, Mr. Herbert said:

Let's make it clear , you claim Lance or Fields will not be available at pick 8  I claim one will 

Yes pay pal, cash apt or Venmo?

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Again I don’t really care. I betting on Fit behind the scene knowledge . The 5th best QB in this draft or the 1st one in a draft a few years ago with the best OT or CB this year...

hmmmmmm

i’ll take the latter anyway...

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5 minutes ago, WOW!! said:

Yes pay pal, cash apt or Venmo?

I dont know what any of that jargon means. I still write checks. I'm more than willing for you to teach me the knew ways. I just dont know how too. I have plenty of money but dont get your play

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Just now, Mr. Herbert said:

I dont know what any of that jargon means. I still write checks. I'm more than willing for you to teach me the knew ways. I just dont know how too. I have plenty of money but dont get your play

Really??

Come on man.. Don't bitch out and make bitchmade excuses..

Just don't take the bet and move on...

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4 minutes ago, WOW!! said:

Again I don’t really care. I betting on Fit behind the scene knowledge . The 5th best QB in this draft or the 1st one in a draft a few years ago with the best OT or CB this year...

hmmmmmm

i’ll take the latter anyway...

Dont hate the player. Hate the game. One of you snappers said that.

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18 minutes ago, Smittymoose said:

It doesn't really change the fact that I think the most likely result is a competitive team that wins 8 or 9 games, but it does change the excitement level because I don't think Darnold can be much worse than Teddy, and there's a good chance he's a lot better. 

He could worse by turning the ball over more. But hopefully Darnold balances that out by making more big plays 

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