• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


SBLs_Sold115 last won the day on December 27 2016

SBLs_Sold115 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

3,680 Starter

About SBLs_Sold115

  • Rank

Profile Information

  • Gender

Previous Fields

  • Favorite Team

Recent Profile Visitors

2,458 profile views
  1. Joined his buddy Bobbywizdum in Flat-Earth Heaven...

  2. SBLs_Sold115

    Anyone else get sad watching the Saints,Chiefs, Rams

    Mahomes is everything people pretend Wentz is.
  3. SBLs_Sold115

    Anyone else get sad watching the Saints,Chiefs, Rams

    Agreed at the time the ridiculous mods wouldn't even allow the topic of drafting in him in the correct forum of I want the Eagles to get. Myself and RTK had a rare agreement on wanting the Eagles to draft him.
  4. SBLs_Sold115

    Anyone else going to London?

    Some people like getting out of the house as well as traveling. IMO its a good "excuse" to go to the UK. Obviously the 2k isn't a problem for him to swing
  5. SBLs_Sold115

    Jets make their Franchise QB Trade

    Source: Teddy Bridgewater has passed physical, will sign with Jets Posted by Michael David Smith on March 18, 2018, 10:32 AM EDT Getty Images The Jets still haven’t announced the signing of quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. But they will. Shortly after we pointed out the absence of an official announcement on the signing, a league source told PFT that Bridgewater has passed his physical, and the Jets will announce that he has signed. Bridgewater missed the entire 2016 season after suffering a serious knee injury in training camp, and he played only sparingly in one game in 2017. Whether he plays in 2018 remains to be seen, as he’s joining a very crowded quarterback room: The Jets have re-signed last year’s starter, Josh McCown, and they also have quarterbacks Christian Hackenberg, Bryce Petty and Joel Stave under contract. And, of course, Saturday’s trade with the Colts means the Jets are nearly certain to take a quarterback with the third overall pick in the draft. So Bridgewater getting back onto the field in 2018 is no sure thing. But we’re told that he’s healthy enough to play, and he will be a Jet.
  6. SBLs_Sold115

    Jets make their Franchise QB Trade

    Jets have yet to announce Teddy Bridgewater deal Posted by Mike Florio on March 18, 2018, 10:16 AM EDT There’s a chance Teddy and the Jets will never actually become a thing. As MDS pointed out this morning during the morning PFT staff meeting (actually, we don’t have meetings; we just email and text whenever), the Jets have not yet announced the signing of quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. They have, however, announced the signings of other unrestricted free agents: cornerback Trumaine Johnson, running back Isaiah Crowell, kicker Cairo Santos. The official online roster also includes Johnson, Crowell, and Santos. But not Bridgewater. We’ve commenced the process of getting to the bottom of this one (this post surely will get multiple others to do the same), and the Jets did not immediately respond to a text message seeking clarification. For now, there’s reason to at least wonder whether something happened with Bridgewater’s physical — especially with the Jets trading up with the Colts from No. 6 in round one to No. 3 on Saturday. Colts G.M. Chris Ballard in the immediate aftermath of the trade that the discussions with the Jets began on Monday or Tuesday. Perhaps Bridgewater’s deal became insurance against not making the trade. Now that the trade has been made, the Jets can have the same coincidental concerns about Bridgewater’s knee that, for example, the Ravens had about receiver Ryan Grant after Michael Crabtree finally became available. Or maybe Bridgewater’s camp had caught wind of the trade efforts, opting thereafter to slow play the situation and ultimately to not sign a contract, now that the Jets have gotten themselves into even better position to take a high-profile rookie quarterback who would make Bridgewater’s presence on the roster potentially moot. Whatever the case, there’s a reason for the team’s failure to announce the signing of Bridgewater or the placement of his name on the official roster. Soon, we’ll all likely know what it is.
  7. SBLs_Sold115

    Jets make their Franchise QB Trade

    Which was stupid. Wentz might have not even played yet if Bridgewater didn't get hurt and Bradford stayed healthy....But Teddy got hurt and turned out to be a homerun. There is no scenario where the Jets trade either QB for a first and 4th before the season, so it will stay stupid.
  8. SBLs_Sold115

    Jets make their Franchise QB Trade

    Another strange team. Why sign 2 QBs in FA to then trade all of that to move up 3 spots for whatever QB the other teams don't take. Beyond that I wonder if the Eagles would have taken those 3 2nd round picks for Foles. If so I'd much rather have Foles +6th pick VS their current situation.
  9. SBLs_Sold115

    Suh would play for free???

    Obviously if you can sign SUH for the vet minimum it's a no brainer as he could be easily cut at any point.
  10. SBLs_Sold115

    Suh would play for free???

    By rules he would have to make the vet minimum ..But then he can do a Chris long and donate his pay if he wants to.
  11. SBLs_Sold115

    What Pats fans are saying as their dynasty crumbles

    Pats having to beat the Refs for years? Impressive level of delusion
  12. SBLs_Sold115

    Alex Smith to Washington

    Free agency has Cousins feeling like a high schooler getting recruited again Soon-to-be free agent quarterback Kirk Cousins is in a place he hasn’t been in since he was a senior at Holland Christian High School in Holland, Michigan: He gets to pick his next team. Cousins said today on SiriusXM NFL Radio that he feels like a recruit again, knowing that when free agency starts next month he’ll have teams interested in him and he can choose the place where he fits best. "I haven’t had a chance to choose where I was going to play since 2007 when I chose Michigan State. I’m looking forward to that opportunity,” Cousins said. Cousins will weigh his options when free agency begins, and his goal is to find a team that’s ready to win a championship. "I want to win,” Cousins said. "Go where you can win. That’s exactly what the plan is.” Cousins said he had no inkling that Washington was going to work out a trade for Alex Smith until someone texted him that the news was breaking while he was in a hotel gym. "It was a surprise. I was working out in my hotel in Minneapolis,” Cousins said. Now Smith will take over where Cousins left off in Washington, and Cousins will see which team thinks he’s the final piece for a championship.
  13. SBLs_Sold115

    Alex Smith to Washington

    Probably view it like Rich Gannon with his brother. Just a smart accurate Vet that can correctly run his offense as called.
  14. SBLs_Sold115

    Alex Smith to Washington

    Yeah oh well.. He cashed in on 2 Franchise Tags and now Hits unrestricted free agency in his prime. Probably is glad to get out of there without any more nonsense.
  15. SBLs_Sold115

    Alex Smith to Washington

    He will get paid mega money and have a long term contract in March...I'm sure he is fine. Bonus is he gets to decide where he wants to go among the suitors.