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jurb26

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  1. You know you have completely and totally lost the argument when you trot this out No, its stating the obvious. I'm not caring about winning an argument, I do not care about that sort of thing or vilifying a kid like JFF for being a kid. He is not a kid.He is a qb that was drafted in the first round. Once you start thinking of him like that work backwards then it all makes sense. How mature were you at 21? Acting as if being in the NFL means you are mature means you have not seen the same NFL as I over the past few years. First, hes 23. Second, just because there are other numb sculls doin
  2. I don't know what you're talking about. I've already said it is largely about talent. I believe I said it was a primary reason. I also said talent wins 99.99% of the time. You don't seem to be reading what I'm typing...Why does some fictional scenario of JF passing for 300/3 a game matter here? He's not and he's not shown to be a good NFL QB. Pretty much everyone agrees that IF he was a good QB this isn't likely happening. He not a good QB and he keeps screwing up. Oh and I'm sure this behavior would still be a problem for Clev if he was good. It just wouldn't be enough to warrant this same r
  3. Cook, Goff or Lynch? Who's the Clev hopeful want?
  4. Clev currently has the #1 pick so it's hard to imagin they aren't going to be picking a franchise QB this coming April. I think all this final game stretch was really doing was looking to confirm if JF was or was not that guy. They probably feel they got the answer without having to let it play out.
  5. No one knows what JFF is really capable of. I dont like the kid that much either, but to lose your starting gig for singing and dancing is, I dont what to say. Its truly amazing what people care about. If you think he's losing his starting gig for singing and dancing, I don't know what to say. This.
  6. Again, this is about showing respect for your employer and being a professional. If your boss gave you an ultimatum to lay low over the holiday, you damn better comply if you care about your job. Johnny doesn't give a crap about what you or I or Mary Kay Cabot think, which is fine, and maybe commendable, but he doesn't give a crap what the Browns think either. He's done nothing to suggest he'll care what any other team thinks should he get picked up. What about his employer showing JFF some respect and let him live his life a little bit? The Browns need to worry about trying to get wins,not b
  7. Again, this is about showing respect for your employer and being a professional. If your boss gave you an ultimatum to lay low over the holiday, you damn better comply if you care about your job. Johnny doesn't give a crap about what you or I or Mary Kay Cabot think, which is fine, and maybe commendable, but he doesn't give a crap what the Browns think either. He's done nothing to suggest he'll care what any other team thinks should he get picked up. What about his employer showing JFF some respect and let him live his life a little bit? The Browns need to worry about trying to get wins,not b
  8. OK, in the NFL talent wins 99.99% of the time. We've seen this with a slew of other guys. Plus, you don't know that talent is the ONLY reason for this. There is likely a lo of things going on behind the scene that aren't public. I'm sure talent is a primary reason.
  9. Again, this is about showing respect for your employer and being a professional. If your boss gave you an ultimatum to lay low over the holiday, you damn better comply if you care about your job. Johnny doesn't give a crap about what you or I or Mary Kay Cabot think, which is fine, and maybe commendable, but he doesn't give a crap what the Browns think either. He's done nothing to suggest he'll care what any other team thinks should he get picked up. What about his employer showing JFF some respect and let him live his life a little bit? The Browns need to worry about trying to get wins,not
  10. The Eagles just gave up 200+ yards to Doug Martin. Abdullah is a high upside play on Thanksgiving On the season, AA has 63 first half touches, 32 second half touches (9 in the 4th Q.) 4 of his 95 touches have come on 3rd down, and those were all short yardage situations. Riddick's splits: 25 first half, 51 second half (39 in 4th.) He is the trusted option, and there is no indication that will change. Leads all NFL RBs in receptions. For 2015, Ameer is a good play in return yardage leagues, and not much else. Applying your personal belief/wish to the situation ("season lost, they should see wh
  11. Unless he get injured, he's in my lineup. Dealing with a Luck injury but to be honest I was starting him over Luck a times anyway.
  12. He's got 406 total yards of offense and 1 TD thus far. I guess anything could happen vs the Eagles but thinking he's still a nice high upside guy seems a bit of a stretch.
  13. I'm not going to move him down based on his comments but they were certainly in poor taste/judgement. He's a kid who made a mistake by allowing his emotions get the better of him after a loss. Big deal.
  14. It's beginning to look like he might be TD dependent the rest of the season. This offense is a joke other than him. The QB play is probably the worst in the NFL, the oline is barely serviceable and opposing teams are selling out to stop him on the ground. He can still break free for a long run here and there, but all in all its going to be tough sledding on the ground.
  15. He's carving the Eagles up like early Thanksgiving turkey.
  16. Alex Smith, really? Alex Smith has started 122 games. He has thrown for more than 3 TDs twice; it took Mariota 6 games to accomplish that. Mariota is a full yard per attempt higher than Smith's career numbers, and two yards per attempt higher than Smith's rookie year. Marcus' passer rating as a rookie is higher than 9 of Smith's 10 seasons. I mean, really, I can't imagine a worse comparison. Maybe to Jamarcus Russell. Lots of people have compared his skill set to that of Smith for a while now.Ummmm....noYes and they don't do it in a bad way.
  17. Alex Smith, really? Alex Smith has started 122 games. He has thrown for more than 3 TDs twice; it took Mariota 6 games to accomplish that. Mariota is a full yard per attempt higher than Smith's career numbers, and two yards per attempt higher than Smith's rookie year. Marcus' passer rating as a rookie is higher than 9 of Smith's 10 seasons. I mean, really, I can't imagine a worse comparison. Maybe to Jamarcus Russell. Lots of people have compared his skill set to that of Smith for a while now.
  18. Could be the case. It's also worth considering that he is just now getting his best weapon back healthy, DJax. DJax presence makes a huge impact on that offense. He's tilts the field and dictates coverage.
  19. Such a lazy comparison since both guys are around 6-6. Lynch is a much better runner than Flacco. More like Bortles to me. Bortles didn't have his arm/delivery in college. He's got a smooth delivery, one motion. Bortles had to learn that in the NFL. He's most like Big Ben or Culpepper. Hate his offense in college. Not sure what his ability to make NFL reads or throws really is.
  20. I still don't understand why the first thread was locked. Why would another thread be needed because he failed in Dal, too?
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