Ray Small? Ray Small? Ugh. Not even his teammates would consider him a Buckeye.
Kids who commit as freshman, attend every recruiting weekend, every camp and have a Block O tattoo aren't soft commits. This kid was committed at birth...just had to wait for the actual offer to officially do it.
It was a good name up until that no talent ass clown started winning Grammys
See kids? This program can get you to the league any number of ways. In all seriousness though, I appreciate Williams. Stuck around and was a valuable asset in many ways to this team. Best of luck in your NFL career.
I never do. It's their decision. I hate the people who get all worked up about it. We all love Ohio State. Doesn't mean everyone else does.
I don't know about saying Cooper hasn't provet himself. He was great in Limitless. And phenomenal in Silver Linings Playbook.
They have put some big names in the league recently. Larry Fitzgerald, LeSean McCoy and Darelle Revis are pretty damn good. Some kids have more on their mind than rings and trophies. Pittsburgh is a tough pull to begin with. No need for sour grapes my man. I wish him the best and hope it works out.
Surprised I haven't seen Edward Norton on here yet. His performance in American History X is about as good as it comes. To take such a serious and controversial topic on the way he did was masterful in my opinion.
My top 5 would be:
1. Daniel Day-Lewis.
2. Tom Hanks
3. Jack Nicholson
4. Denzel Washington
5. Brad Pitt
I know it may be an obscure film, but Williams was downright phenomenal in One Hour Photo. Terrifying how well he played that role.
Wahlberg was pretty damn good in The Fighter as well. Although Christian Bale really stole that movie as a supporting actor.
You must be German. Because, as Norm McDonald says, Germans live David Hasellhoff
If you actually watch Jerry Rice, you can see why he is the GOAT. Dude trained harder than anyone else. Ran absolutely PERFECT routes. He wasn't the biggest. Or fastest. But he was just so damn precise in every moment. Every cut. Every break. He mastered his craft. I'm not a niners fan. But watching Jerry Rice was a clinic in how to play his position.
Peterson is a different kind of human. He did that 9 months removed from a torn ACL. If you put him behind the right o line...he could break it. With the line he has now? Not a chance.
Came to say the same thing. All I see is a bunch of interference and holding. Where's the coverage again? I didn't see any.
Just think...if your chiefs had done the deed against NE, you'd be in the Super Bowl.
Goes back to the quote from one Tom Callahan..."I can get a good look at t bone by sticking my head up a bull's ass, but I'll take the butchers word for it."
Good old sun shine himself, Drew Basil. Dude needed water during stretching and agility drills. No way he'd last in a fight.
LeBron's scoring ability isn't what sets him apart. It's his ability to facilitate and raise the game of his teammates.
That's just ridiculous...he's way too small to be David Boston.
Darron Lee was a project too...
I'm not sure which hit was more impressive...Smiths block or Cardale eviscerating the tackler there.
Ricky is from same HS as Matt Burrell isn't he?
They had to do something to make the game fair. If they left Bosa out there,,they may have never scored.
Darren Lee just dispatched that tight end like he stole something from him.