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Malapropismic Depository

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  1. While their guest official is tryin to justify the Packers' DPI penalty, then screen is showing the BUCS committing holding and a chokehold, uncalled, front and center, on the same play. Lmao
  2. GB should have gone for it on 4th Down. And I'm not even talking about Heinicke-sight. I was thinkin that in Foresight too
  3. Well, that's not good. To play football, you need good acting skills, to draw penalties against the other team. Have they finally found a weakness in him ?
  4. Theoretically, if the picks are done correctly, in a perfect world, the 1st Defensive player taken, should end up being the DROY. Young earned every bit of it though. The unique thing about him is he is the rare combination of talent and effort. He has all the talent you can think of, but usually players at that level can get a bit lazy and just live off their God-given talent. But Chase works and fights with about as much effort as a UDFA who just scratches and claws to make a team. Those guys have to work harder due to their lack of talent. But Young is special because bo
  5. It's not fair. All these Football Teams plageurized our team name. We need something distinct for our name, since we earned it ; The Original Football Team. Buffalo vs Kansas City sounds like a messy, spicy, saucy Food Fight, between KC Barbeque and Buffalo Wings
  6. Not only does the penalty exceed the crime, but the reward exceeds the actual accomplishment, for the other team - the defense. To me, the bottom line is, the defense should never be awarded the ball, when they literally did NOTHING to justify it. They didn't recover the fumble. They watched as the other player fumbled it away into the abyss. The defense earned Zero. Not a thing. It's creating a Turnover, when no such Turnover actually occurred.
  7. I think this post is in the wrong thread - and instead should go in the thread titled "Tracking former Redskins, who have NOT been around the league
  8. Can't count how many times I heard someone say about our losing opponents, that they "actually lost to a team with no name". Yet something far more significant, that is worthy of far more mention, is they lost to "a team with no GM". (not to mention a QB with almost no calf muscles, a coach in chemo, etc etc)
  9. I'm not counting him out. Numbers don't lie. His W/L record : Five and One, means he ain't done.
  10. What stood out the most, that hasn't already been posted or quoted in this thread or the AS thread was this : In the interview with the military rehab doctor, who perhaps treated thousands of servicemen/women with similar injuries from combat - he said only about a dozen of them reached the level of recovery that Alex did. Let's not lose grasp of how much it means to do as well as he did - just the exercising he was able to do, was amazing by itself ; or even to go out and play Flag Football in a league for 40 year olds would be astounding by itself ; but to compete at the highest le
  11. I wouldn't categorize "kicking down your own door" as something that can "happen to anyone". He made the choice, and it could be considered somewhat reckless. And that's why I feel that injuries can be a concern in the future, because he lives and plays quite reckless. Maybe reckless isn't the best word, because it's not meant to be a negative criticism. So don't get me wrong - I have a ton of respect for him, and he may be a good QB and a healthy one - but the risks seem higher for him, because of the style that he plays and lives.
  12. Actually, wasn't that the game that we were leading by 15 points, with about 4 minutes remaining in the game, and they came back and won it, with 2 TD's, a 2-pointer to tie it, and then won in OT ? That one hurt.
  13. Smith, Heinicke, and Allen won't be all on this team next year. We are going to add at least one more QB, and I could see it being either extreme - an established vet, or a developmental young player. And that would make 4 QB's, which we won't keep on an active roster. If Alex makes it through the offseason with no major hitches, and he's 100% ready for camp, then someone has to be the odd man out - and my guess is it will be Kyle Allen. There's the slight possibility we don't add another QB, and don't subtract any of those, but it's probably very unlikely
  14. Alex with a broken wheel, actually seems more durable than Heinicke. Heinicke has been injured like 5 times, in the very limited action he's seen in the NFL
  15. Fresh interview. Noone - not anyone, can raise jut one eyebrow, like Alex Smith. He's still got it, folks. His military rehab Dr said he's seen this injury many times - from roadside bormbs and expIosions. And the only ones that recovered to his level - were the elite Special Forces.
  16. We are the only team/defense in the NFL, whether regular season or postseason, (other than Tampa's Week 2 game), that completely shut out Gronkowski.
  17. And people call Alex Smith old. Brady's got 7 years on him. Wonder what they call Alex when he's 43. It's weird. Give Brady some grey hair and beard, and he looks like the Dos X's guy
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