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  1. #3346
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    Quote Originally Posted by chibberaider View Post
    That little white speck is chicken **** too.
    makes a lot of sense, I'm going to use that for turkey season. LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by chibberaider View Post
    That little white speck is chicken **** too.
    Pure Country. Good movie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Proximo View Post
    Pure Country. Good movie.


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    Haha yeah it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FarOutIos View Post
    Will that make carr into an elite QB? Obviously not. If we can get our hands on one of those, then letís go for it. Iím all for trading up for Tua. Otherwise, letís add talent on both sides of the ball.
    I'd generally agree with this. Unless something amazing happens, Carr isn't going to blossom into a franchise guy ... he'll be 29 years old soon. Not that there aren't late bloomers, and not that he's not good enough to have a job in the NFL, but he's not going to be "the franchise."

    Finding his replacement will take time though, and at this point I'm looking at him as a placeholder.

    However, I am very wary of Tua. It's not just the injury ... it's that I'm always leery of QBs from powerhouse programs. You just can't tell how good they really are when their teams are almost always far superior to their opponents, plus I don't think that that's the best situation for a young guy to develop the tools he'll need at the next level. No matter how loaded your team is in the NFL, the throwing windows are tighter, the reads are tougher, the time to make those reads is shorter, and you rarely have the luxury of knowing you can play it safe because your D is so dominant that it will just get you the ball back almost every time. The guys at lesser programs essentially get a couple extra years of rigorous QB training compared to the guys playing on loaded teams.

    Myself, I tend to be impressed by the guy who made a bad team average, or an okay/mediocre team good, rather than the guy who looked like a top QB at an NCAA championship contender. Not that the latter guy can't be really awesome ... but how can you really tell? If Mayock is sold, I'm okay with him ... but only if he slips. I wouldn't trade up on a guy like that, not when we have so many other needs.

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    Wow, if true.

    From Mike Lombardi in the Athletic

    https://twitter.com/Borsilli/status/1225490315932467201

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plunkett4HoF View Post
    Wow, if true.

    From Mike Lombardi in the Athletic

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    Well golly gee whiz I hope he's right.

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    Mike Lombardi? Lol he said the same **** last year. Dude is a joke

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    Quote Originally Posted by chibberaider View Post
    Well golly gee whiz I hope he's right.
    Lombardi is always seeing what he can stir up here, heís still butt hurt about his firing from this organization...
    The Second protects the First, always has and always will...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plunkett4HoF View Post
    Wow, if true.

    From Mike Lombardi in the Athletic

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    I don't see how it isn't true.

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    March 18th

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfe-Raider View Post
    I don't see how it isn't true.
    Exactly... If he doesn't fix it, then he will be fired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    We are. It's Carr. Can't wait to see what he does in year 3 in Grudens offense. I don't think he's been in the same offense for longer than 2 years. Continuity will only help him get better

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    Oh it will be great. Another fumble through the end zone, may even up his constant dump offs from 2 to 2.5 yards. Will throw away even more game on the line passes and have a high completion percentage to his shadow. Gonna be epic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HawaiiStyle View Post
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    The Day of Reckoning....I reckon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfe-Raider View Post
    The Day of Reckoning....I reckon.
    Geez the way you say itís like one those Hollywood blockbusters about an impending natural disaster. That requires an old NASA scientist who was once discredited to team up with a young female government agent. And save all life on earth in one week , using a powerful telescope lens in Brazil, a giant mirror sent up in the earths orbit and the suns powerful rays.

    Darn it that movies good if theyíve made it that is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector View Post
    Geez the way you say itís like one those Hollywood blockbusters about an impending natural disaster. That requires an old NASA scientist who was once discredited to team up with a young female government agent. And save all life on earth in one week , using a powerful telescope lens in Brazil, a giant mirror sent up in the earths orbit and the suns powerful rays.

    Darn it that movies good if theyíve made it that is!
    Good movie.

    I was thinking along the lines of a retired old gunslinger comes into town, has to fight through a number of his old demons, all the while the bad gunman with the strange tattoo on his wrist and dark eyes brings the "town" down to such incredible lows that the old gunslinger is forced to come out of retirement. He has a young accomplice and protťgť and together they end up finishing the bad guy off in a dramatic fashion. The old gunslinger places the new kid in charge and retires again with his darling redhaired wife by his side.

    "...prone to stoogery.".

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