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RE: Other NFL News - 10/11/2018 11:29:49 PM   
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I wonder if the Eagles will trade for McCoy or Bell ?

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RE: Other NFL News - 10/12/2018 9:13:15 PM   
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Boy, there are some real mutts in the NFL

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RE: Other NFL News - 10/14/2018 3:30:19 PM   
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How is this even possible?

Gregg Rosenthal@greggrosenthal
Mike Evans, 25, is now somehow the Bucs’ all-time leader in receiving yards.

Adam Harstad@AdamHarstad
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If Jameis Winston, 24, merely hits his career averages the rest of the way, he'll end the season as Tampa's all-time leader in passing yards, too.
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RE: Other NFL News - 10/14/2018 3:50:52 PM   
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Raiders 1-5 trounced by Sea

Poor sob's. Chucky with a 10 year contract

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RE: Other NFL News - 10/14/2018 4:10:06 PM   
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Raiders 1-5 trounced by Sea

Poor sob's. Chucky with a 10 year contract


Chucky is a slightly more likable Thibs.

Game has passed him by (and he was never that great to start with).
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RE: Other NFL News - 10/14/2018 6:31:27 PM   
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ORIGINAL: David Levine

How is this even possible?

Gregg Rosenthal@greggrosenthal
Mike Evans, 25, is now somehow the Bucs’ all-time leader in receiving yards.

Adam Harstad@AdamHarstad
Replying to @greggrosenthal
If Jameis Winston, 24, merely hits his career averages the rest of the way, he'll end the season as Tampa's all-time leader in passing yards, too.


That team has never had long term options at quarterback or wide receiver, much less good ones. Its actually a shame how that franchise was run for almost 30 years.

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RE: Other NFL News - 10/14/2018 6:47:32 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Ian Joseph

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

How is this even possible?

Gregg Rosenthal@greggrosenthal
Mike Evans, 25, is now somehow the Bucs’ all-time leader in receiving yards.

Adam Harstad@AdamHarstad
Replying to @greggrosenthal
If Jameis Winston, 24, merely hits his career averages the rest of the way, he'll end the season as Tampa's all-time leader in passing yards, too.


That team has never had long term options at quarterback or wide receiver, much less good ones. Its actually a shame how that franchise was run for almost 30 years.


Its almost unfathomable.

In 43 years of existence, guys that will have played 4 and 5 years will be their all-time leading passer and receiver.
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RE: Other NFL News - 10/15/2018 8:52:47 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: Ian Joseph

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

How is this even possible?

Gregg Rosenthal@greggrosenthal
Mike Evans, 25, is now somehow the Bucs’ all-time leader in receiving yards.

Adam Harstad@AdamHarstad
Replying to @greggrosenthal
If Jameis Winston, 24, merely hits his career averages the rest of the way, he'll end the season as Tampa's all-time leader in passing yards, too.


That team has never had long term options at quarterback or wide receiver, much less good ones. Its actually a shame how that franchise was run for almost 30 years.


Its almost unfathomable.

In 43 years of existence, guys that will have played 4 and 5 years will be their all-time leading passer and receiver.


And Keyshawn Johnson was on their team for quite a few years IIRC.

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RE: Other NFL News - 10/15/2018 8:55:10 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Ian Joseph

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

How is this even possible?

Gregg Rosenthal@greggrosenthal
Mike Evans, 25, is now somehow the Bucs’ all-time leader in receiving yards.

Adam Harstad@AdamHarstad
Replying to @greggrosenthal
If Jameis Winston, 24, merely hits his career averages the rest of the way, he'll end the season as Tampa's all-time leader in passing yards, too.


That team has never had long term options at quarterback or wide receiver, much less good ones. Its actually a shame how that franchise was run for almost 30 years.



It's not like they've always had bad QBs. I mean, they've had Doug Williams, Vinny Testaverde, Steve Young, Brad Johnson, Trent Dilfer (snicker)

Just none of them have ever stayed long or had success for the Bucs.

Some went on to very good careers or just showed up for a year or two there after a decent career already existed.

Young went on the HOF.

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RE: Other NFL News - 10/15/2018 3:15:36 PM   
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I did not see the incident last night where the fan threw the beer at the Chiefs player. I saw a statement by the Patriots that the fan was identified and sent a "letter of dis-invite" for future games. Seems pretty lame to me. Did the Chiefs player provoke him?

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RE: Other NFL News - 10/15/2018 3:26:32 PM   
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I did not see the incident last night where the fan threw the beer at the Chiefs player. I saw a statement by the Patriots that the fan was identified and sent a "letter of dis-invite" for future games. Seems pretty lame to me. Did the Chiefs player provoke him?



Which part was lame to you? The beer throw or being banned?

But no he did not provoke (imo). Hill was running about 35 mph, ran through the endzone up to the edge of the stands where he kinda braced himself against it to stop. I guess he could have stopped earlier, but nothing provocative. Immediately after hitting the wall the beer came flying.

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