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  1. Agreed. Scoring D may have been #2 but we most certainly the 2nd best defense in the nfl last year. I’d say borderline top 10 though, better than our yards ranking suggests. Let’s just say our offense didn’t do our defense any favors for much of the season.
  2. Sent this to a customer and friend of mine from Kansas City. Turns out, he’s friends with this guy. I see him this Saturday and he’s going to explain to me what he was “trying” to say. Says he’s unlikely to recover from the backlash. Doesn’t really matter if he owns the station or not
  3. Of his entire post.....:THIS is what you quote and respond too? Oh boy.
  4. “I’m pretty sure” when you have no idea what he even said? Pretty awesome. It’s apparent to me, after reading this thread, that “petty discussion = posts that discredit your side of the discussion”. From my experience, you consistently cherry pick only the statements that you feel you can discredit while not discussing the others.
  5. That usually happens when the “nonsense” isn’t a cherry picked reply and shoots down ones theories and makes it I possible to sway the debate in your favor. At this moment, you COULD read his replies and state your rebuttal........but That usually happens when the “nonsense” isn’t a cherry picked reply and shoots down ones theories and makes it I possible to sway the debate in your favor. At this moment, you COULD read his replies and state your rebuttal........but youve been here since 2009? Never noticed til this month. Did your son or daughter start watching football and took over your account?
  6. Lol. That’s what I’m saying. When it’s his reply I have to scroll down to see if I have enough time to read it. The answer is almost always no. And after reading the entire reply, the majority of the reply has nothing to do with my main point which is usually disregarded
  7. Yeah, I have. I love watching Beasley run routes. I think that’s his best attribute Very good explosion. Great hands. Not sure what nots to like about him other than his size. He does get open
  8. You and others can compare. I can’t. Playing with the GOAT is just a different story and imo, not comparable by any means to playing with Dak Prescott. Well thrown balls or not. Brady does things out there that cannot be measured.
  9. I trade for him if the skins gave us a 2nd rd pick to take his 9-10 mill a year contract off their hands....:and we have them Joel Klopfenstein + $8
  10. The Pats wanted Beasley and Humphries. If he had signed in NE, I’m fairly confidant he’d be similar to both of those guys. Catching passes from Brady >>>>. catching passes from Dak or Josh. We can talk about how great those guys are playing with the GOAT, we can’t really talk much about them playing without him. The GOAT even turned a cornerback into his go to wr and made him into a household name. my point is, we have no idea if Beasley can be Welker or Edelman until they play on an even field. Brady is not an even field. He makes everyone better. A LOT better. We’re talking about Dak and a broken Romo throwing Beasley the ball. It’s not a fair comparison. If you weren’t trying to defend your point, you would agree 100%
  11. So what do you do when your biggest weakness is such an integral part of the game? Go get one of the best compliments to that aspect in Beasley. We did just that. We aren’t going to abandon that aspect of the game. We’re going to try and improve on it. We did just that. Last year we started rubbish in the slot We started garbage on the OL. Both of which had a negative effect on Allen’s short game (and overall game). We can only hope that adding an established slot wr and a much improved (on paper) OL will help him this year as much as they were a detriment last year. Yes, it would be such a nice change of pace to see some offensive competence for once. It’s been more than awhile.
  12. Ed’s expressions and charisma is electrifying, similar to The Rock. If ya smelleleleleleleleleaaaaaaaaaaa, what the rock, is, cooking.
  13. I signed up. I enjoy the content. Seems well worth the $24 and likely worth the $60. Id day it depends on your love of sports. I’m all sports all day everyday so it’s great for me. If you only care about reading about the local teams, it may not be worth it. If you are homeless, it may not be worth it.
  14. My man!! Happy birthday GOAT
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