zenclaybourne

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  1. Ditto, I do not want to face Saquan twice a year. That kid is ridiculous
  2. I can't really argue that For who? I seriously don't know who their backup is at this point
  3. Agreed but he wasn't exactly blameless for ending up with the Raiders either
  4. I've got to give you that. He looked like he might be on the way to the hall before the injury.
  5. Honestly Palmer has still had a pretty good career even after the injury. He's not a hall of famer but certainly not a bust either
  6. Green Bay is without its most important player. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (shoulder) is questionable to return to the Packers' game against the Minnesota Vikings after landing hard on his shoulder in the first quarter and exiting the game. Brett Hundley replaced Rodgers, who was carted to the locker room. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000861006/article/aaron-rodgers-shoulder-questionable-to-return Though I do wonder if questionable is code for "we have no idea."
  7. He's resigned.
  8. I don't think he'll get in but want him to do so. I think he has a shot but his career fell off too quickly to be a sure thing.
  9. I"m just going to say this once. I'm not going to debate it. I'm probably not even coming back in this thread because politics doesn't really have a place on a football forum in my opinion. Trump said there were "very fine people" in a group that included neo-NSDAPs and other white supremacists. He has received ample public support from them. While he did condemn them on his second attempt, he then felt the need to walk that condemnation back at a third press conference when he was supposed to be talking about the nation's infrastructure. It is not much of a stretch to think he is one of them himself.
  10. That is sadly true
  11. More than likely. It was just sort of funny to me that Koy Detmer was the one to beat the Patriots during Reid's tenure.
  12. Actually, they didn't. They beat the Patriots in 1999 while being quarterbacked by the guy below.
  13. So, in a surprising turn, Boldin is retiring. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000832739/article/veteran-wr-anquan-boldin-retires-after-14-seasons