Homeless draft dodgers, the lot of them
I don't get that channel
Tomorrow I'll be watching El Classico while you're off wasting your life
Science is not a popularity contest, Seattle
I don't know why you went to all this trouble when the correct rankings are right up there at the top
Your metrics are broken, bub
Can't help you with the internet but I agree that domestic soccer should be punted into the ocean
But with two hyped teams, you're guaranteed to see the crushing of a fanbase's hopes
NFL playoffs are right there on the list, snowflake
No, you broke it. Harder to read about all those good sports with those lines through them
Most soccer sucks! Not the stuff I listed though
Yes, that's the joke!
NHL ... hockelny?
That is a fine mustache
No, Chelsea is bad
I don't like it when the gymnasts fall on their heads, so no
Women's figure skating maybe. Sometimes they fall down; sometimes they don't!
No, these are facts
Shit! Germany definitely is a much watch.
I don't think I believed the Ibuprofen part.
Whoops, just checked the boxscore and he did go 15/25 for 200 yards 3 TD passes and a pick against Minnesota that year. Much better than I remembered. But yeah, I just don't think JT has the arm talent to open up top defenses.
What's strange to me in all this talk of him being this elite quarterback is that Braxton was a million times more explosive with both his arm and legs, and before that we had Terrelle Pryor and Troy Smith. I'm not saying that JT isn't our best option—I'll try to defer to the coaches, at least publicly—but if he is the QB position is something we'll have to overcome if we want to win championships.
Great comment. Even in his supposedly fabulous 2014 season JT feasted on cupcakes while struggling against Vtech, Penn St, and Minnesota. Of our four great QB performances against good teams that year, Cardale had three of them.
Yeah, sorry, I wasn't trying to say that DJ was wrong. Just pointing out that other meaning of the word, which I like for whatever reason.