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  1. Berggy9598

    Let's All Get Behind Alex Smith!

    It's hard to consistently move an offense up and down the field with no threat of a running and receivers not winning one on one battles. Show me a QB that can do it under those circumstances on a semi consistent basis and I'll show you the back of a legit franchise QB walking out the door. Smith can do it, but not with things around him looking like they did today.
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    Game Day Thread- Colts at Redskins

    Playcalling on both sides of the ball has been bush league.
  3. Berggy9598

    Game Day Thread- Colts at Redskins

    Empty look, they rushed 4 and got there that's on the o-line.
  4. Berggy9598

    ES Soccer Thread

    I don't think you're worried enough about Chelsea. If Hazard shows up when he feels like it they're probably a comfortable 3rd but if he's at his the case for them winning the title is just as strong as Liverpool's or City's. If that midfield trio clicks they're as good as any in the least too. Highly entertaining match between West Ham and scouse West Ham. Still stagered buy the caliber of player these two teams can throw on the field. #toughestleagueintheworld
  5. Only beating USC by 14 will hurt Stanford in the rankings. You have to make a statement when you play those cupcakes.
  6. Berggy9598

    Redskins receiving corp is beginning to shape up

    Other than maybe body type Doctson and Torrey Smith have very little in common as players.
  7. Berggy9598

    Game Day Thread- Redskins at Cardinals

    Completely unnecessary at this point baring an injury.
  8. Berggy9598

    Game Day Thread- Redskins at Cardinals

    This is one of if not the best secondary we'll see all year, and our answer for strong cornerback play is 86 85 and 25. Our receivers will have better days but we have weapons to threaten all areas of the field. To stay with the Aaron Rodgers theme, relax.
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    Standing during the Pledge or National Anthem

    You think he should be thankful to his employer for paying him to do his job instead of striving to make more money? Pfft, commie...
  10. Berggy9598

    Standing during the Pledge or National Anthem

    There goes Trump hook line and sinker. Heck it wouldn't surprise me if he was in on the deal.
  11. Berggy9598

    Standing during the Pledge or National Anthem

    It's all about optics. If he hit a woman beater or got popped going 120 in a 45 he's on a roster right now.
  12. Berggy9598

    Standing during the Pledge or National Anthem

    It's Nike. They'll start another civil war if they think it makes them money.
  13. Berggy9598

    Standing during the Pledge or National Anthem

    Nike's marketing department doesn't gamble, it doesn't take stands, and it darn sure doesn't care about conservatives, liberals, anthems, cops, the military, freedom, civil rights, rebels, empires or anything else that isn't related to making money. If they give something a green light, lots and lots of green is usually around the corner. My slightly educated guess is Nike was losing ground to Adidas and Under Armour within a certain demographic that they pretty much owned at some point (Yes, somewhere in Nike h.q a bunch of people sat in a conference room and said ladies and gents, black people are leaving us for Adidas and Under) and they want it back. If Trump attacks them in anyway the people that sat in said room will be lighting cigars and high fiving each other.
  14. Berggy9598

    ES Soccer Thread

    van Dijk has been worth his weight in gold, let alone his price tag. Huge benefit to Joe Gomez too as a calming influence for younger center back. On another note, as abrasive as Mourinho is, there's something off-putting about thin skinned players that pout and lose their confidence when he comes down on them which seems to be the norm now a days. His man management style became outdated years ago, and there was no player he was harder on than Luke Shaw, who could have easily sulked himself into a move elsewhere, but he kept his head down and continued to fight for his place. Admirable IMO and he deserves the short burst of success on the pitch he's had recently. Hope it continues.