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Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Posted by: dolphan4545 ()
Date: March 14, 2019 01:22PM


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Re: Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: March 14, 2019 01:35PM

dolphan4545 Wrote:
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> This is what Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald says
> he thinks it would take a team picking say, 13th,
> in this year's draft to get Kyler Murray:
>
> "So to have a reasonable chance to landing Murray,
> they will likely need to package this year’s
> first, next year’s first and a player. Maybe
> even their best player in Xavien Howard."
>
> Read more here:
>
> I certainly hope Chris Greer and company wouldn't
> even consider paying this highway robbery for an
> iffy little guy who has proven he can throw the
> ball brilliantly in shorts and T-shirt and against
> air- because he hasn't proven it on a football
> field yet after only one year of second-rate
> college competition.
> Any team that would pay this outrageous sum is
> crazy.

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Re: Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Posted by: dolphan4545 ()
Date: March 15, 2019 08:24AM

How did you recover this text? As you can see, there was no text showing in my preview. I didn't post a null field, so I am at a loss as to how this happened. That's why I tried it again with a different subject line, but, from my point of view, that one didn't work either. The poll and the story link didn't show on either. I just made a disgusted noise, and gave up.

Rick

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Re: Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: March 15, 2019 08:51PM

I hit "quote" on your post and reposted it.

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Re: Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Posted by: dolphan4545 ()
Date: March 15, 2019 11:34PM

Well, I'll be damned. I would never have thought of quoting my own apparently invisible post.

Rick

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Re: Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: March 16, 2019 11:49AM

If you notice, my repost did NOT include your link. Links, as well, as italics and bold and underlines brings out the blankoit phenomenon.

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Re: Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Posted by: 808phan ()
Date: March 19, 2019 09:23AM

I too believe that sum in order to get Murray is completely outrageous.

Trading away this years first, next years first and a player reminds me of what the Skins did to get RGIII. We all know how that turned out. This is what happens when a player gets over hyped from the so called experts in sports media. There was even debate about RGIII being good enough to go 1st overall instead of Luck. Imagine that.

I don't even think Murray should even go in the 1st round. No higher than the 2nd round IMO. I sure hope that Chris Grier doesn't buy in to the hype about Murray. A player his size is a super high risk. Even Russell Wilson was considered risky and ended up going in the 3rd round. He turned out to be great, but he also is a little bigger/thicker than Murray.

I think seeing Pat White (6.0 205 lbs) getting hammered ending his NFL career after only 5 pass attempts has stuck with me after all these years.

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Re: Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Date: March 22, 2019 12:57PM

This Team needs everything. We are like an abandoned car up on blocks in an empty lot.

I like the way they are adding/collecting 4th rounders for 2020.

I do not mean to be a debbie Downer but We CAN NOT give up high picks for a QB and expect to succeed. ESPECIALLY if we pick a bust. Then its over rover for the next 5 yrs possibly the next decade. Im not willing to gamble that. Ask the Redskins.

I believe they are adding to 2020 because they want Tua. Even Jimmy Johnson said Tua was the best bet over Murray. Now...I'm not saying if Murray or Lock drops to us at 13 we dont grab them. But giving away the farm for them is beyond stupid. Sam probably likes the idea.........grinning smiley

Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!

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Re: Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Posted by: samsam3738 ()
Date: March 23, 2019 06:03AM

TCPF You just mad and deppressed because your boyfriend was let go.


I told you he sucks but you didnt listen.

Now you crying on your pillow.

LMAO.

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Re: Does this sound like something a sane man would do?
Date: March 23, 2019 10:56AM

Not let go. TRADED. The Titans made a great move and thought he was worth the ca$h. So while your favorite whipping boy is gone , Ryan Tannehill moved to a nicer city and made millions on a new contract. I cant wait to see who you target next for your shitty fan tantrums.

Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!

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