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  1. That appears to be the reason he hasn't retired... From this link: https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/redskins/salary-cap-expert-redskins-still-owe-alex-smith-tens-millions "His contract is structured like any other quarterback contract at his magntitude," he said. "The extension averaged 22.5 million per year. So his 2019 $15 million base salary was fully guaranteed at signing. That was to be expected. "Now, when you have contracts like this, the 2020 season sometimes is guaranteed at signing ... $16 million, 2020 the base salary, it was guaranteed at signing and it becomes fully guaranteed if he's on the roster as of the fifth day of the 2019 league year which is this upcoming St. Patrick's Day. So that's $31 million over the next two years that it's almost impossible for the Redskins to get out of. But that's the nature of the beast of a contract of this magnitude for a quarterback. " If Smith decided to retire, Corry said, the Redskins could recoup some of that money. But he doesn't see Smith giving them the chance to do so."
  2. Even if they did it probably wouldn't the Bills, the two seemingly play every year (4 times in the last 5 years)
  3. Exactly. Real speed reviews...if you can't overturn in real speed then the evidence isn't incontrovertible. Cost Detroit the game. Just terrible.
  4. I was thinking the same thing yesterday after watching a couple that obviously should have been overturned.
  5. This was not a fun fact at all. We were duped!
  6. Don't know the answer, but it certainly sounds like something he would have done. Warming up for spiking a bullet in his thigh! edit - Yup, it was him
  7. Not sure if they missed all 4 wins, but they certainly missed the game in Tennessee, as the Titans are ranked 3 spots ahead of the Bills despite losing on their home turf.
  8. Cliche's got to be cliche's for a reason, most of them are true. "Worrying does not take away tomorrow’s troubles. It takes away today’s peace."
  9. Question: What did the Twilight Zone fan say when he quit smoking pot? Answer: God, this show sucks.
  10. This was my first thought...and I don't really care to.
  11. Did you read the part where I said we'd smoke a joint before watching in the TV lounge? You're gullible...even stoned I saw that one coming.
  12. Nice article John. Remember going to college in the 70's...everyone would fire up a joint in their dorm room, then file down to the TV lounge at 11:00 PM for an hour of TZ. Unlike Night Gallery, which was always scary with a bad ending for the protagonist, one never knew if TZ endings would be good or bad, though if I recall correctly they were more often good. PS you left off Jack Klugman from your list of actors, who appeared in 4 episodes, tied for the most appearances with Burgess Meredith.
  13. From the article "...But privately he was an extremely charitable man, distributing money to many local causes, usually done quietly with no publicity. Charitable contributions also were made through the Cardinals Foundation, formed shortly after the franchise moved to Arizona in 1988..." Ralph did things the same way during his life, and continues to give back (in a somewhat louder manner) posthumously through his foundation.
  14. So what you're saying is that it really does enhance performance...
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