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Wayne Arnold

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  1. He needs to stop bringing kickoffs out from out of the endzone. But I do like him as a punt returner. Very sure-handed. Enough to deserve a spot on the 46-man active roster? Maybe not in 2020, but this season I'm fine with it.
  2. Why are Raiders fans still going and cheering loud in Oakland? Don't they know they're moving to Las Vegas? Or did they drive to Oakland from Las Vegas?
  3. Maybe, maybe not. It doesn't work like that.
  4. Dude has made a living off of throwing passes to wide f'n open wide receivers and he has the balls to get on his receivers' case for not getting enough separation.
  5. Regardless of how this game turns out, at least we can all thank our lucky stars that we aren't nearly as fugly as Bill Belichick's poor son.
  6. I answered it and you replied to my answer with snark. Are you mentally deranged?
  7. That's Wilford Brimley, who was one of the co-stars of Ron Howard's movie Cocoon. I watched Cocoon on HBO in the 80's quite a bit when I was a wee one. I was born in 1982. Cocoon was released in 1985. For those who don't know, it's about a bunch of elderly people at a retirement home who - well you can look it up because it's sort of weird. But Brimley was one of the elderly people. After seeing your image, I was thinking, man Brimley must have been ancient when he made these Diabeetus commercials. So I looked it up and realized that HE'S STILL ALIVE. WTF! And what's more - I then noticed that he's only 85 years old today. He's not well into his hundreds like I thought. Which means...HE WAS ONLY FIFTY YEARS OLD WHEN HE FILMED COCOON! Perspective: These three people were all the same age when these pictures were taken...
  8. Buffalo's win over Dallas opened the eyes of TV network executives. Then seeing that Bills v Cowboys was the highest rated Thanksgiving game for CBS since 1992 and most-watched regular season game on CBS since 2007 and thoughts of Bills being on TV got TV executives like...
  9. Since Marrone began his coaching career at Cortland State in 1992, he's never been fired from any coaching position he has held. So look for him to quit sometime this week.
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