There were only 10 guys. I assume most players couldn't be missed. It was a nice attempt...but some jokes just fall flat.
Not enough to remember which game. Just saying.
The key is to use a gif.
What did he do with the ball?
I meant that year. But I hear ya.
The weird thing is none of those guys won it! Haha
Enough of the OLEY Bullshit!
If Bryan Pata wasn't killed he would've been the next great Miami safety, felt bad for the kid his momma wouldn't let him enroll at Miami
Your statement makes it appear that Bryan Pata and He are both the same. He=Bryan Pata.
If Bryan Pata wasn't killed, Major Wright would've been the next great Miami safety, felt bad for the kid his momma wouldn't let him enroll at Miami
Don't mean to make light of the tragedy that was Bryan Pata's murder.
But u are lost! Haha. Bryan Pata was a D-lineman and played for Miami so makes about as much sense in this thread and me saying...
"I really think Michael Jordan would have had a better NBA career had he not retired for a few years in there"
It’s important to note that as of yet, we have no indication Miller will play anywhere but quarterback, or if he’s even willing to try it. Some think moving him will be the best bet for prolonging his career into the NFL, but then again Jake Locker got paid to start at quarterback in the Sunday league, so maybe that’s not true.
At minimum he should return punts! Teddy Ginn 2.0 IMO. And there is part of me that thinks this should be the case even if he wins the QB job. Haha
Am I the only who thinks that was a clean play that led to the shot?
I for one love the fly over. But often times I don't even really relate it to military. As dumb as that sounds. So I don't want them done away with, but maybe paid for by someone other than the military and definitely not over a dome. Haha.
"The U.S. Navy is hoping to put into context the cost and the purpose of the flyover of four F-18 fighter jets on Super Bowl Sunday. Many in the media quoted a $450,000 cost to taxpayers for the flyover over the closed Cowboys Stadium." Feb 9, 2011
To be more fair...the first was called by whoever dribbled up the court, I think lebron. The next was called by JR Smith who caught the inbounds pass, and the 3rd was called by James Jones.
But if we want to be really fair...they were all called by players who play for Blatt.
If for no other reason than the photo gallery!
As far as Cupp goes...for some reason I have a hard time when half of his highlights are pushing around a 150 pound DE. Said DE is a little brother to one of my friends and I could probably make him look like that as well. But if Urban sees it...then I guess I'm all for it too. Haha.
Should? can I ask for you to elaborate?
i think if all are healthy and Stephen Collier is the best...then he SHOULD start. Highly unlikely I know. Haha. But point is in my opinion...the guy who should start is whoever is the best. And we've seen them all play great football.
First I will respond to your question with...I'm not sure if he has comparable arm strength to Peyton and/or Brady.
Now I would like to propose a task for you. Rank the 3 quarterbacks to the best of your knowledge. 1 through 3 in each category (1 being the best). And then also rank each category by its importance to the QB position.
Braxton: Decision Making Rank, Mobility Rank, Arm Strength Rank, Accuracy Rank
Cardale: Decision Making Rank, Mobility Rank, Arm Strength Rank, Accuracy Rank
JT: Decision Making Rank, Mobility Rank, Arm Strength Rank, Accuracy Rank
Then please rank the categories: Decision Making, Mobility, Arm Strength, and Accuracy
The Wonder Years