Kool-Aid Larry

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  1. market didn't seem strong on him but I think he also got married and was out of the country during free agency, so that might help explain it. anyway, like you mentioned, the ripple effect at rg might be more significant. line's lookin' pretty good for gordon, right now.
  2. Pretty scary when a US Congressman is bringing sanity to the debate. just scrolled through the comments comments are always the best
  3. I hope he gets traded to the Cowboys and runs for 3k yards. Not because I'm a Cowboys fan, but just so you get to eat all the weirdo venom you've been spewing for the past 6 months. Somebody on a laptop please post the individual posts count for this thread. I posted them, I'm only in 4th place. I just can't stand Adrian or anything about how he's handled himself. First he goes along with the victim card when his son was killed. But he had no relationship with that kid. Just accepted the condolences and acting like he gave a ####, which he didn't. Then he gets in trouble for beating his kid so bad that the words switch and genitals come into play. And he then plays the victim card again. He's a gutless piece of ####. He's super religious and believes his form of Child Rea is out of the Bible (regardless of what most other Christians think). He also believes the child who died is in heaven. running up the score ^^
  4. everything's coming up milhouse
  5. somebody actually got a comment out of harbaugh
  6. how many draft picks do the pats lose next time they play on a cold day? that dude is gonna have to be sneaking off to the bathroom to inflate balls this year
  7. I don't really see a guy getting paid 1m/wk holding out I don't think he'll hold out either, but players don't get paid during training camp. yeah but they get fined --- it's not impossible, but usually they risk the fines in order to gain more money.
  8. They achieved their objective. They created reasonable doubt in their fan's hearts. Had they admitted it, there would be people calling for vacated wins, etc. To some the taint will always be there. But it will soften over time. I doubt it impacts HOF votes for Brady or Belichick. And you guys get to keep all of the trophies. Get punished again for cheating and this really is going to get ugly. Having a twisted mind on these types of things, I almost want NE to get caught doing something again so the rumored pantheon of BB evidence on other teams gets released (at least some of it). I have to wonder if this was some of Kraft's thought process as well: "OK, you may have gotten us this time ... but don't forget that I know where the skeletons are buried in your closet, too. "So, what are we going to do to make this all go away?" roll over and take the punishment? where are you going with this?
  9. Seems as though Goodell said something to him here to really show Kraft that look you have absolutely no shot of winning and we have you by the balls (no pun intended). Kraft was easily going to lose this appeal or there was no way he drops it. He really had no means to appeal and I doubt a litigation was ever really a serious consideration. He makes plenty of money from being part of the NFL. this is pretty much the reality of it. is he supposed to sue the league over antitrust like al davis to get his first round pick back? I don't think he had any legal avenues, and it just drags this nonsense out forever. Yes, if they were innocent. No, if they are guilty. he was supposed to file an antitrust suit against the nfl to get a draft pick back ok, just so we get that on record shark pool be sharkin'
  10. Seems as though Goodell said something to him here to really show Kraft that look you have absolutely no shot of winning and we have you by the balls (no pun intended). Kraft was easily going to lose this appeal or there was no way he drops it. He really had no means to appeal and I doubt a litigation was ever really a serious consideration. He makes plenty of money from being part of the NFL. this is pretty much the reality of it. is he supposed to sue the league over antitrust like al davis to get his first round pick back? I don't think he had any legal avenues, and it just drags this nonsense out forever.
  11. why is every post a conspiracy theory? the reality is if you are a member of the nfl owners you pretty much have no alternative but to suck it up --- there's no labor laws or unions to protect these guys. it's like getting fined by your country club because they didn't like the color of your tie.