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  1. the whole thing has me.....well....conflicted. i like the font though.
  2. that looks more like a bobcat or lynx than a wolf. and we wouldnt want to start off by offending any of the canine population........and fwiw, the pentagon is in arlington, virginia.
  3. or, once it was put out there that other teams we floating bribes as well, the nfl stepped into the fray with a "not so fast" WaPo
  4. true, and exactly why you don't need to make it easier for them.
  5. my point was that QB's do get knocked permanently out of the game due to injury. or, like our "beloved" rg3, have those careers drastically altered ending all question of what may have been. personally i like tua over burrow myself but if i was making the choice his recent injury history would at the very least give pause and a serious discussion about long term viability would be in order. FWIW i wasnt looking at it from the perspective of only the BEGINNING of a QB's career. see, that wasnt too painful....
  6. tell that to joe theismann, or andrew luck or maybe even alex smith. i get what you are saying but it has, does and will happen again.
  7. true but this is the Skins we're talking about so who knows. doubly interesting if Doug's title shifted to "player development".
  8. so i guess the announcement of the new GM is imminent?
  9. OH NO! wait, was he even asked to be there? you present this has a negative on Haskins' part without even knowing the answer to that question.
  10. @thesubmittedone The good sign here is that Rivera acted against his coaching impulses and sat Cam. Which certainly gives us room for hope regarding how he’ll be as an executive. It’s indicative of his ability to separate himself from roles depending on the context (though one can argue that it was more about how Cam looked on the field and how he wouldn’t have helped them win much than anything else). The bad sign here is that Vermillion either didn’t have the necessary authority or didn’t recognize the severity enough to make that decision himself. You don’t really want to see coaches having to decide that. it could also indicate the level of trust between Vermillion and Rivera. and that Rivera prefers to deliver such news to players directly. on a side note, someone needs to find out if Ryan is related to Texas Jack.