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Cian Fahey: Robert Foster looks like odd man out at WR, Teams should try to trade for him

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3 minutes ago, dneveu said:

 

So wait... we cut the cheap one?  In what world does that make sense?  Only 4 are even showing up on our top 53 out of 90.  We just signed Yeldon and it would save us more money to cut him and pay his guarantee, than cut foster. 

 

Eh - he makes up his mind very early on and will not change.  Still loves tannehill and mariota - despite them clearly not having "it".

He's a Tannehill Truther?  That's a hard line to hold at this point.  

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25 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

It’s a wild take ... isnt this the analyst who is on WGR all the time? 

He was a frequent guest of Dope and Bullfrog back in the Tyrod days.  He was a big Tyrod supporter.  I have not heard from him in a while, but I rarely listen to those guys anymore.  This take is one of the more idiotic I have heard in a while, on many levels.  

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15 minutes ago, Happy Gilmore said:

His linked article is on patreon.com.  Anyone can be a creator and post there, so not sure what makes this guy special.  Doubt Foster will be the odd man out even if the Bills only keep five WRs.

He is with Football Outsiders (or was... not sure if he still is)

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22 minutes ago, Gugny said:

I would never trust anything I read from someone who looks like this ....

 

Cian

 

 

.....SAME picture I saw in the post office.........

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Guys the moral of the story is, if you have ever wanted to try football journalism, you can probably do it. 

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26 minutes ago, Cripple Creek said:

Sieko watches cost $1,000?

Regular ones you buy at a dept store don’t. They top out at around $700. They have a custom shop and a luxury line “grand seiko”. The custom stuff starts around $1,000 and some of the grand Seiko go over $20k.

 

Point is... you probably overpaid if you spent $1,000 on a Seiko. 

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Not a strong, logical or well thought out analysis.  Other than that he did well with spellng.

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People are throwing so much s*** at the wall in hopes of saying something that actually happens, the room is starting to really stink.

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....sounds like a real character guy......

 

https://deadspin.com/football-writer-cian-fahey-says-he-left-espn-after-bein-1822041010

 

Cian Fahey Fired From ESPN After ‘Ignorant’ Behavior at Bar

24sportsupport NFL

During 2017, ESPN parted ways with hundreds of employees and it took less than two weeks for an employee to get shown the door, but unlike the others, this wasn’t part of the layoffs.

Cian Fahey, who was a regular guest on Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones’ radio shows, and had a NFL podcast for ESPN saw his tenure end with the Worldwide leader in sports after an incident at a bar.

 

Fahey explained via Twitter:

 

https://24sportsupport.com/cian-fahey-fired-espn-ignorant-behavior-bar/

 

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Speed burners like Brown and Foster can't play every down effectively so they will both get playing time and Foster has size and speed.

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15 minutes ago, Big C said:

Guys the moral of the story is, if you have ever wanted to try football journalism Twitter, you can probably do it. 

 

Fixed.  What this guy does isn't journalism.

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5 minutes ago, OldTimeAFLGuy said:

....sounds like a real character guy......

 

https://deadspin.com/football-writer-cian-fahey-says-he-left-espn-after-bein-1822041010

 

Cian Fahey Fired From ESPN After ‘Ignorant’ Behavior at Bar

24sportsupport NFL

During 2017, ESPN parted ways with hundreds of employees and it took less than two weeks for an employee to get shown the door, but unlike the others, this wasn’t part of the layoffs.

Cian Fahey, who was a regular guest on Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones’ radio shows, and had a NFL podcast for ESPN saw his tenure end with the Worldwide leader in sports after an incident at a bar.

 

Fahey explained via Twitter:

 

https://24sportsupport.com/cian-fahey-fired-espn-ignorant-behavior-bar/

 

Yikes 

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NO WAY is Foster going anywhere anytime soon. He's going to challenge for a starting spot and possibly be the #2 receiver

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This irrational take is annoying me way more than it should.  

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That guy is definitely looking for attention. I don’t think as highly of foster as some on here but he’s surely not trade bait in his second year. He showed some real flashes and rapport with Allen last season. Our biggest weaknesses last season could possibly be the strongest this year. Foster isn’t trade or cut bait. He will 100% be on the team and could either lead the team in receiving or be a rotational deep threat with brown. One way or another though he’s seeing meaningful snaps during the season 

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