Stefanskins

Members
  • Content count

    4,158
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Everything posted by Stefanskins

  1. I actually saw us taking Trubisky on an Espn Mock Draft....
  2. I can't believe they dissolved. And, yeah, I'm not sure how going in from a different point would affect the rejection/dissolving issues...what a chitty predicament you're in Morne...I'll keep you in my prayers and good luck brother...HTTR!!!
  3. man, that really sucks...sorry to hear that Morne. How long is rehab from those types of surgery?(..never mind I read further...)
  4. 15 million?? seriously..15 mil?...did God tell him he was worth 15 mil or somethin'?..is Sean Gilbert his agent???...pfft 15...
  5. ive always liked boulware...from clrmson, right?
  6. wowsie, that was impressive
  7. lol. I think it makes her look distinguished...
  8. lol...love it!! the perfect "well, should we??" expression...plus sticking with and incorporating it into your recent motif is exquisite Morne...ty... without a doubt...heart...
  9. true....but still.... like the saying goes, I wouldn't kick her outta bed for reading...
  10. plus... By Bob Hohler GLOBE STAFF  DECEMBER 20, 2015 The Patriots, in an unusual departure from National Football League practice, have created a revenue stream for a private business owned by their franchise quarterback, Tom Brady, and a partner who faced federal sanctions after falsely presenting himself as a medical doctor and deceptively promoting nutritional supplements. & Tom Brady and his friend, body coach, guru, and business partner Alex Guerrero co-own (along with a friend of Patriots owner Robert Kraft's, as well as a lawyer with ties to Patriots and Kraft) a limited liability corporation called TB12, which operates the TB12 Sports Therapy Center at 240 Patriot Place, just down the road from Gilette Stadium. Now, the Boston Globe is reporting that one of the TB12 Sports Therapy Center's clients is the New England Patriots. Since the center opened in 2013, the team has paid the company for Guerrero and his staff to provide treatment services and nutritional advice to multiple Patriots players. The Globe did not determine how many players Guerrero and his staff have treated or how much money the Patriots have paid Brady and Guerrero’s company. The team and the two principals all declined to comment. The NFL says it is aware of the arrangement and has taken no action, despite questions from some specialists in sports law and economics about whether teams should pay for services by for-profit companies owned by their active players and whether the relationship provides value to Brady that should be counted against the club’s salary cap. That last point there is potentially sticky. The Globe report states that the Patriots pay the center's market rate of $200 per hour to treat players while other physical therapy companies pay large sums of money to sponsor teams like the Eagles and Bears. The Patriots' payment for services could potentially be viewed as providing Brady with "additional value" outside his contract, which is not allowed under the collective bargaining agreement.
  11. yes
  12. Ty!!! HTTR!!!
  13. I think a person who might be a PR nightmare would show up more in EI test than the Wonderlick.....look these billion dollar companies have such a finite commodity that I'm sure they invest tons of money/resources for every player/udfa...some prospects inspected more than others...from what I remember (and I've only heard a few WL questions) I was fairly surprised at the complexity....felt a lot like the LSAT type...which is being able to connect dots, formulate and conceptualize...which sounds to me a lot like FB schemes and the reasons why these schemes are run...now, I believe the WL test is timed...so there is an added "psychoanalytic" side to this test...stress...how well do you handle it?...how fast can you connect these dots...If I were a team I'd film my prospects taking the WL test...see their body language...reactions.... /I'll quit giffin'...just bored and playin' around...
  14. why bother with the Wonderlick then? /gif kidding
  15. No offense taken at all Morne ...I was about to say that in our postings (IQ variation/perception by position...i.e. kicker vs QB) and knowing your grasp on FBall and our Redskins I assumed it would be superfluous to you....and I'm lazy...also, that's why I decided to use Ray's Wonderlick Test score..he had like a13 or something...crazy low...but he anchored an incredible defense for a decade and a half...
  16. is a lil' concerning....but, "Complex Defenses" are overblown in my opinion...I'll steal one from GMSM, "Football Players" or instinctual/athletic players can more than make up for any perceived lacking in "IQ"...see Dexter Manley or any Wonderlic Test... See Randy Moss and Ray Lewis....even our very own newbie Terrel Pryor (what was he hung over...sheesh...lol)...if Foster falls to us? It'd be mana from Heaven...HTTR!!! or Robinson!