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After Further Review / Re: Evil wins again
« Last post by Misterfamous on Today at 11:49:53 AM »
That's hindsight again and I highly doubt that any GM in their right mind would have picked Taylor over Flacco at the time. Hell, maybe even now.
Dude.  The previous GM took Kyle Boller in the first round, based almost entirely on him throwing a 50-yd practice pass from his knees.  Stupid happens all the time in the NFL.


We didn't lose Vietnam. We quit.
It was a loss of epic proportion.  It was the result of fucked-up policy on top of stupid policy.  The Vietnamese were far more committed to protecting their homeland than the U.S. was... what was it- stopping the falling dominoes of communism ?  The French got fucked there, then we got fucked, and after we were chased away, the Chinese took a turn too.

If not for the stupidity of Afghanistan, it would be the biggest and most embarrassing loss in American history, in all aspects other than lives lost.
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After Further Review / Re: Evil wins again
« Last post by Mr. Shickadance on Today at 11:46:36 AM »
Wrong, you lost.

Nope, I didn’t quit, so I won.
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After Further Review / Re: Evil wins again
« Last post by NFL-Solomon on Today at 11:26:18 AM »
Winners never quit and quitters never win, so we lost.
Wrong, you lost.
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After Further Review / Re: Evil wins again
« Last post by Mr. Shickadance on Today at 11:06:21 AM »
We didn't lose Vietnam. We quit.

Winners never quit and quitters never win, so we lost.
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After Further Review / Re: Evil wins again
« Last post by NFL-Solomon on Today at 11:03:51 AM »
The American armed forces aren't the GOAT because we lost Vietnam?
We didn't lose Vietnam. We quit.
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After Further Review / Re: Evil wins again
« Last post by NFL-Solomon on Today at 11:03:06 AM »
By that logic, Trent Dilfer and Brad Johnson are two of the best QBs the game has produced.
No stupid. That would be a retard made strawman. Each only won once, big difference.
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RED, nice . Falstaff was pretty popular. Southern California and Arizona, new Mexico were saturated with TECATE also. New Mexico got a taste of PEARL as well. Coors was the fad though out there.


Right now I'm watching Tiger Woods. You know his physical therapist is from Philadelphia, and his mother, who I play golf with at Philmont, works for the FBI
Uggh, tecate, yuch, almost as bad as Dos Equis, but with less watered down vomit flavoring. No such thing as a good Mexican beer.
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After Further Review / Re: Evil wins again
« Last post by Mr. Shickadance on Today at 10:59:16 AM »
Would've been cheaper.  Plus, about as many playoff games with Tyrod and Flacco (since then).

That's hindsight again and I highly doubt that any GM in their right mind would have picked Taylor over Flacco at the time. Hell, maybe even now.

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Sounds pretty good, compared to the more recent Browns teams.  Plus, that was the last playoff victory, if memory serves.

Marginally better, but pretty much irrelevant to the point.

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Ask Tom Ace about 'em, Baltimore buttflap.

Uh no, Denim Dan. Keep your code words between you and your eWife out of this.
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so is an old shoe
Didn't say it was good, but far from the worst.
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After Further Review / Re: Evil wins again
« Last post by Fish-on087 on Today at 10:48:19 AM »
The coach argument is valid.

The receiver argument is the horseiest horseshit ever what.  If anything Brady has won with way, way lesser known receivers than the other top QBs have had over the past 17 years.  I'm quite sure James White isn't the natural threat Jordy Nelson or Antonio Brown are.  Other than Moss, who has Brady ever had?

Ya know once in awhile a good argument for Brady comes along, and this is it.

Brady has never had a consistent receiving tandem, HOF players around him. Now the system has a tremendous amount to do with it . You look at Walsh's tree and Bullycheck 's tree is just as impressive. His coaching staff ALWAYS has their players ready and receptive to on field revisions. Brady is  a top notch QB because of the system and his willingness to accept the fact he is not bigger than the system. Others have the same talent, Brees, Rodgers etc but Brady lives within the system. His numbers are comparable but not off the charts  compared to some others but he wins, he always has a chance.
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