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Taco918

Member Since 01 Dec 2011
Offline Last Active Feb 27 2015 08:46 PM
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In Topic: Browns hire Kevin O'Connell as QB coach.

31 January 2015 - 11:32 PM

 
Alright I'm gettin' damn tired of these Yankee insults to the honor of Texas.
 
https://www.google.c....html;683;1024
 
An' we buy it with this which is now worth a damn site more than that northern dollar these days.
 
https://www.google.c...te_5_and_100_Dollars.jpg%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.freerepublic.com%252Ffocus%252Fnews%252F3252577%252Fposts%253Fpage%253D18%3B4650%3B4200
 
Here's proof: Put in your bid.
 
http://www.ebay.com/...=item4633000e6f


A Texan taking credit for the achievements of others.



Sounds about right.

In Topic: MVP

31 January 2015 - 11:23 PM

You drafted a Steeler?
 
Hear that? That's me losing all respect for your otherwise impressive team.
 
Zombo
--Just kidding ... kinda ... not really ... but good job

Damnit I knew I forgot something. I didn't draft Bell, I picked him up off the waiver wire after Cal dropped him due to an auto draft malfunction. (Thanks Cal)

With that said I rode Bell and Forsett for a majority of the year. I did draft Tate and West so maybe that balances it out?

Eh fuck it. I play for keeps.


In Topic: So what does Cleveland do about Gordon?

31 January 2015 - 11:06 PM

Insults aside, I'd say it's ignorant to expect a car with a blown engine to miraculously start running like a top the next day. Also, smart capitalism also involves cutting your losses instead of wasting resources on a failed endeavor. It's called opportunity cost. Even without counting towards the cap and not taking a roster spot, the opportunity cost of keeping Gordon is too high. It's time to move on and invest in a player who might someday contribute to the Cleveland Browns. Ya dicknuts.


I apologize for the insults, they were unwarranted, I'll admit.

We disagree on the opportunity cost. If he does come back, awesome. If he doesn't, well he can't play anywhere else. I see no downside and a lot of risk by letting him go. It might be a tad vindictive but then again I am a dicknuts so it makes sense.

In Topic: The "other" G.O.A.T.....?

31 January 2015 - 12:46 AM

One RB I always want to throw into the conversation is Barry Sanders. It's a shame that dude played for the Lions for so long but his moves are stuff of legend if you ask me. A lot of the other guys in that talk were the "you know I'm coming but good luck stopping me" type of back. Sanders I'd say is the greatest RB of all time in terms of making plays in space.


He's got my vote. I wasn't around for JB but Sanders (and Farve) are what got me interested in football.

Granted I might be biased due to my affiliation with the real OSU but I was also in grade school at the time and didn't realize college football was a thing back then so........Yeah. Sanders is, and always will be, a badass.

In Topic: So what does Cleveland do about Gordon?

31 January 2015 - 12:26 AM

I would get rid of any car that is unreliable and is hardly ever in running condition.


So are you spoiled, stupid or just merely allow your emotions to govern how you act, or more aptly, react?

I don't give shit away for free. No person who understands the concept of value does. It's called capitalism and it's kind of a big deal around these parts.