Philly can go burn in hell. 1999 when Michael Irvins career ended from a spinal injury, I remember the crowd cheering as he was carted away.
He's just not worth what he wants.
Drilled 14 straight 3s on cedar points rigged rims. To this day I don't know how I was so dialed in.
They had their chance to join and turned it down. They can pack sand.
How long before Vegas starts gathering up every scientist it can to figure this out? They lost their ass over this.
A little bit of something beats a lot of nothing
Not enough alcohol in your drink if the virus can survive.
Its looking grim but I'm still hoping.
I will vomit if Fields last snap as a Buckeye was a Clemson int.
The thought of Justin Fields already taking his last snap as a Buckeye makes me want to vomit.
Thank you for taking the time to address my comment. I know alot of us disagree with each other, may not even like each other. But everyone should be respectful. Besides we are all fans of the greatest team in the nation, so at the end of the day that makes us family.
Nobody cares any longer, wait till next week from all the 4th bashers going on. Cases will be skyrocketing. Best bet is protect yourself because nobody else is going to.
Everything is riding on the defense. Especially the secondary. Need the pups to be junk yard dogs quickly.
A deep dish jets is hard to beat. We had them popping up all over, but the Toledo market is dominated by Marcos this is where they started so they have a heavy foot print, jets faded off some. I will be sure to get some eagles if I'm ever in the neighborhood.
Best chain and hole in the wall pizza?
I haven't been tickled today
As annoying as Romo can get he's extremely good at breaking down a defense and tells you were the ball is likely going pre snap.
Please be night games in Early September. Nothing beats setting up the projector outside, fire pit blazing sound system rolling.
Looks like 60ish games with a 16 team playoff. 100% prorated salaries for the players. Should make for an interesting trade deadline. With 16 teams in the hunt.
Only a hand full of teams have a legit gripe about stadium revenue. The rest of them are at a fraction of capacity most of the time. The owners have done it for years. Slash payroll and fatten up their pockets with tv money as they become a farm system to a handful of teams. They couldn't careless about the product they put on the field so nobody gos. Then when they accumulate enough assets from years of tanking they make a couple year run then dump everyone before they have to pay them. Absolutely zero competitive balance in baseball and the owners choose to keep it that way that's why it's tough to feel bad for them. The players are just as guilty as well for not pushing harder to change it. But that would limit some of the absurd contracts they get.
Yeah I thought that was ridiculous myself. Play till September and start the playoffs. It's unnecessary anyways theirs only like 4 or 5 legit contenders anyway. And I get these owners have to turn a profit, every ass in America will be in front of a tv set I think people are ready for any sport they could get. Advertising revenue should be thru the roof.
Kid makes 33 bucks. Similar thing the players already agreed to in March. They aren't asking for 100 bucks they just want the terms of their negotiated contracts at a per game average. I really think the players would be more willing to negotiate if the owners wouldn't of insulted them with the initial offers.
Let's say the players did go out for pennies on the dollar and the stadiums opened. Think you will get a discount ticket? Hell no, and they still are going to break one off in your can on a 11 dollar hotdog.
Those owners wouldn't even be at the table if their wasn't something in it for them.
How about you go to work for half price you going to do it? And fans in the stands don't mean squat all the money is in those tv deals. 3/4 of the league is tanking and is at a fraction of capacity anyways. The marlins, A's, Ray's ect would of been bankrupt years ago if fans in the seats mattered.