Don't know where else to put this, and not that anyone cares, but Shaun Hill threw 71 yards to Calvin Johnson
so Stafford didn't throw 40% to Calvin, only 38
Long hard year and had a few beers watching the michigan game and was wound up. I read your post discrediting Calvin's record and I snapped.
He is the only good thing that we can take out of this season and I don't want to see people discrediting it. I hate a lot of things about this team but only a fool would question Calvin Johnson's skills and meaningfulness to the NFL.
People talk about Jerry Rice and his records like he is a Saint and now Calvin breaks the record and everyone wants to say it didn't mean anything? Plus this is a guy who is a model human being and doesn't dance every time he scores a TD, he deserves some respect.
I apologize for the attack and no disrespect but i can't keep straight who has health issues and why they were not watching games. I though u said somewhere u quit watching coz they suck but i believe i was mistaken. I hope you are doing better and on the path to recovery.
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Damn...folks getting their panties in a wad in the new year.
Take your lumps and keep it movin.
Johnson played with two fractured fingers most of last season. He should be ready to go for OTAs and training camphttps://twitter.com/cmccosky/status/304629182640582656Jim Schwartz would not confirm or deny that Calvin Johnson has 3 broken fingers on one hand. But apparently he does.
how did that not show up on the injury report? sounds like they were hiding stuff
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Just imagine how many DBs would have been intentionally slapping his hands as hard as they could if this was out there.
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Also explains the more than usual drops. Kind of scary to think what could have been, because it seems he had 4-5 pretty serious injuries this year and still never missed a game. The guy could barely walk against the Seahawks and still played
Just goes to show you more than ever how completely ****ed Titus is.
He's played alongside Calvin, and with a great vet like Nate both years of his career. Both show such determination and a will to succeed, with great leadership and a team-first mentality. And this kid didn't absorb a drop of it. Almost seems like such positive influences had an adverse effect on him. Not to mention Stafford seems so humble and down to earth. What the hell.