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  1. Phila.:chip

    Robert Kraft Arrested....

    Neither, there was no human trafficking going on.
  2. Phila.:chip

    Robert Kraft Arrested....

    Of course the baby is his! He denies the baby is his, so he wants us to believe that he's supporting a woman financially who cheated on him and got pregnant ?
  3. Phila.:chip

    Robert Kraft Arrested....

    Oh she’s banging him. She’s with him for the money, but why is he with her, to just look at her or have a trophy in his arm? He obviously still has a libido. (Everything still works). He was in the room, undressed, the provider finished him, and out of the room in 11 minutes. (He then took a plane to Kansas City for the AFC championship game. The man’s still got a lot of energy.🤣😆😂)
  4. Phila.:chip

    Robert Kraft Arrested....

    Kinda, because his girlfriend is a model and these women ( as it's been reported ) had questionable hygiene.
  5. Phila.:chip

    Robert Kraft Arrested....

    He's a penny pinching...
  6. I know one thing is for sure: Dak ain't never winning crap!
  7. Phila.:chip

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Why not? If you're talking strictly on the field production and work ethic, how is it a bad analogy?
  8. Phila.:chip

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    It's because of his physique and his production. You're right. He didn't have the God-given ability of a Randy Moss, but you could say the same thing about Jerry Rice. Jerry wasn't a burner. He wasn't the biggest receiver; he went to a small school. It was his work ethic that made him a HOFer, just like T.O. T.O. is a brutish version of Jerry Rice.
  9. Phila.:chip

    Disgruntled Nick Foles skips OTAs (ORIG POST: 6/1/2016)

    You can’t have it both ways. Either Foles’ failures and his success are due to the system/coach, or his failures and his success are due to his own deficiencies and his elimination of those deficiencies. Looking at his pocket presence and the way he threw the ball during the postseason, in my opinion, it’s clearly the later. Foles was horrible in St. Louis. That’s a fact. You can’t blame everything in Fisher. He went for a long stretch without throwing for 200 yards, and got benched. It’s one thing if he put up some decent stats and the Rams still put up a losing season, but he was totally ineffective. And the original post is that he was disgruntled...after his dismal performance in 2015. Really, what business did he have—at that point in time—in being disgruntled about anything? He was a quarterback that was benched for a Case Keemun... who is still a POS quarterback.
  10. Phila.:chip

    Disgruntled Nick Foles skips OTAs (ORIG POST: 6/1/2016)

    ???Now an accurate recollection of the past fits the definition of an insult? He clearly struggled in 2014. What he accomplished on February 4, 2018 doesn't change what happened in 2014. He struggled. It's a fact. And crediting wins to quarterbacks is misleading to say the least. Teddy Bridgewater, Alex Smith, and Joe Flacco all have a better winning percentage than Drew Brees. Are they HOF quarterbacks ? Vince Young was 31-19. His winning percentage is also higher than Drew Brees'. Will Vince Young be fitted for a HOF jacket ? Were the authors of these articles hallucinating when they wrote them ?
  11. Phila.:chip

    Disgruntled Nick Foles skips OTAs (ORIG POST: 6/1/2016)

    LOL, Foles has two great performances and now his 2014 and 2015 seasons never happened. Yeah, you knew he had it in him all along. LOL, please go somewhere with this nonsense. Okay, let me guess, it was the QB killer Jeff Fisher that was the problem, so does that mean that it was Doug Pederson who was solution...and not Nick Foles, or was it that Nick Foles was not the same flawed quarterback that was traded, benched, and then cut after one season ?
  12. "Cantor said she also raised concerns about other working conditions at the network, including a failure to reimburse her for expenses and a lack of compensation for the hours she worked. She was terminated by her supervisor at the NFL in October 2016, when she was 51, and replaced by a 30-year-old, according to the complaint." This is what has me most surprised. They have all that young talent at the NFL network and this is who they send unsolicited d**k pics too ?!? These guys must like em seasoned.
  13. Phila.:chip

    The NFL product has really deteriorated

    Okay, first, the 90s and on is the modern era. I'm talking about 30-40 years ago. "Do they have better technology today? Sure. If they were playing in the same era theyd have the same things." The average weight for an NFL lineman was 255 lbs.. The average height was 6'3". As far as weight is concerned,maybe training regimens can explain the increase in weight, but that may be a stretch. It's not like players just started lifting weights in the modern era. Weightlifting has been around since ancient Greece. Maybe it's better drugs, because if you look at bodybuilders in the 1970s they're not as big as today, but every player in league isn't using PEDs, and if you look at the average NFL lineman in the 70s, blue chip recruits weigh more than that coming out of high school. Also, steroids weren't even illegal to posses in the the 70s, and they weren't tested for in the NFL until the late 80s. It wouldn't surprise me if a much higher percentage of players used steroids back in the 70s than today. Now how do you explain the increase in average height. What technology could be responsible for that ? "Furthermore the size element is fundamentally flawed. Plenty of little guys beat up big guys. Chip was a dope." Now you know that's nonsense. How many 275 lbs. defensive tackles do you have in the league ? Why does Kelce struggle ? Chip was a dope for other reason. In the trenches, size definitely matters. "The greats would always be great imo." If you're talking about QBs, WRs, TEs, and LBs, then yeah; they haven't really gotten that much bigger ,and size isn't as paramount , but in the trenches they'd get manhandled. The average weight for a lineman wasn't even 260 lbs. ! Also, defensive lineman were generally the same size as offensive lineman until the 80s, so players like Joe Green were dominant against offensive lineman who were the same size as him. You could argue that a defensive lineman has to be more technically sound in today's NFL simply because he has to compete against men who routinely outweigh them by 30-40 pounds. Could Joe Green have been as dominant against players outweighing him by 30-40 pounds ?