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  1. i didn't get that part either.he wasn't even the Browns' first pick. There is so much horrible about this one paragraph its kinda hard to know where to start.
  2. I think we can throw out this Mary Kay fluff-piece Since they traded up to draft him No. 1 overall on May 8, he's partied hard in New York City, Las Vegas twice, Los Angeles with hip-star Drake, Austin, Tex., Houston, Tex. and at pop star Justin Bieber's house in Beverly Hills with the likes of world champ Floyd Mayweather. Uhh, what?
  3. Good job, Browns. There's no WAY anyone could've seen this coming. Team officials had bought into Manziel's pre-draft promises to tone down the partying and leave his frat-boy lifestyle back in College Station, Texas, and they've been stunned by his non-stop antics, sources said. If I were the "team officials" in this quote I would ashamed to admit I was stunned by the only behavior this guy has ever been known for (gasp!!) continuing.
  4. I dont know man, the one from his coach is pretty direct and telling.It's really not. It's total fluff, and the media twists it into a public challenge to his work ethic. Dumb. telling the media that your qb that you drafted in the first round in this years draft that he needs to be more dedicated after a 3 month bender is far from fluff Did you not read my post? "Be more dedicated THAN EVER" Those last two words completely change the meaning.
  5. Nah, motivational coach speak. Coach is desperately trying to pretend he wouldn't mind starting Brian Hoyer. "improve dedication" has the connotation that dedication is lacking because it need to be improved. "Be more dedicated than ever" implies there was nothing wrong with the dedication in the first place, but the challenge is so great (starting over Brian Wildman Hoyer) that he must heap even more dedication on top of his already existing dedication, which was not cited as lacking. Ocean of difference.
  6. I think we can pretty much count on any quote made about Manziel being sensationalized one way or the other.
  7. Nigh I say! We haven't seen one this hot since Two-Legs Joe Callahan took on newcomer Gil McShay in aught-six!
  8. I love the delta between quotes and headlines. A wideouts only comment about him is that he didn't make any mistakes. Not "was great" or "looked sharp" or "made some amazing throws" or "big plays." This becomes "Mistake-Free Manziel" and "technically perfect?" Some of these guys should work for the White House.
  9. I would say this will lose money but that's betting on the intelligence of the American public... I think it looks like a lot of fun. And if they handle it right it will do well. I am going to trust Marvel to get it right. I think we all need to take a deep breath and realize that a lot of comic books, even well-beloved series, are actually total and utter nonsensical crap.
  10. I would say this will lose money but that's betting on the intelligence of the American public...
  11. Kinda liking my hater list.

  12. This stock has plummeted.

  13. :sigh:

    Your constant hyperbole is ridiculous. You're to the FFA what Hitler was to Europe. Only you have yet to ruin any mustaches. So you have that going for you, which is nice.

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