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Member since 12 November 2012 | Blog


  • NFL TEAM: Green Bay Packers
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  • MLB TEAM: Chicago Cubs

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Comment 24 Sep 2016

I saw him at a 7on7 this summer. Springfield was beating up on their opponent pretty easily and Taylor was the third QB to play. I had no idea he was really a QB, and was just messing around. After watching him, he was clearly the best QB (with the strongest arm by far) on the field from any team. I am not surprised to see him play QB, especially since everybody knows that the ball is going to Danny Davis.

Comment 04 Sep 2016
This is only for medical redshirts, not developmental redshirts.
Comment 13 Jul 2016
I used to install cat 5 for an internet/phone company. The wiring price came with the installation of the internet. The houses I hated were the ones on slabs. I loved the houses that had basements. Attics and crawlspaces were the best best things to work in. If you have any of those, the installers won't have a problem and really shouldn't be a hassle/cost load for whoever provides your internet.
Comment 07 Jul 2016
Jumar, I believe the rule is that the player BEING signed and traded cannot go to a team that is above the tax apron. Cleveland can sign and trade players, but they cannot trade for a player that is signed and traded. Delly is being signed and traded.
Comment 05 Jul 2016
Wade shot 50%, 50%, 52%, and 54% respectively in his four years with LeBron with his shot attempts decreasing every year. If that is forcing shots, I'll take it on the Cavs. LeBron and Tristan were the only contributors who shot above 46% this year. (I, in no way, think Wade is going to Cleveland)
Comment 05 Jul 2016

I believe the only way they could "ship JR out" would be to renounce his Bird rights. Outside of that, they can only not re-sign him. 

Comment 26 Jun 2016
As an elementary teacher, I can confirm that yes, print is a form of handwriting. Handwriting is just that... Writing with your hand. Cursive is also handwriting. Actually, scribbling is another form of handwriting. So, yes, the cavemen did do handwriting. I can't believe I just wrote a post on 11w about handwriting...
Comment 20 Jun 2016
No offense, but being here only a year and a half, you probably haven't had the privilege of seeing this site expand, all while losing incredible writers/insiders. I was bummed to see Birm leave, mainly because if I only had enough time to read only one sticky a day, it would be the hurry up. This site has moved on (and thrived) from losing insiders before, and I have no doubt that they will again. Just like our beloved Buckeyes, you hate to see players and/or coaches leave, but there always seems to be somebody waiting in the wings.
Comment 15 Jun 2016
How am I boosting Martell? By saying it is possible for his height to not hold him back? If that is what you mean, then yeah...i am boosting Martell. Question for you... is your beef more with Martell the person, Martell the football player, or shorter people? I've noticed a lot lately where you have tried to counteract any positive comments towards Martell.
Comment 15 Jun 2016
You are the only person talking about a rule. In fact, by helping me point out that there are exceptions, you are helping my point. All I said (in a much more explained way) was that those 4 guys prove that it is much more than just size. Again, I don't think you are realizing what I am responding to. I am responding to the quote of you can't teach size.
Comment 15 Jun 2016
Who says that a 5* qb that has all the tools except height cannot be an exception too? Besides, I think you missed my point on the previous post. If you can teach everything but height, then players such as Russell and Pryor (who had amazing qb size plus some extra tools) should be doing great. Wilson and Brees prove that if you are shorter but have everything else, especially the right mentality, then it is very possible. I am not saying that Martell will break NFL records or win a super bowl as a starter. HOWEVER, I also will not say that he won't or can't just because of his height.