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  1. Philip Rivers, Chargers Agree to Part Ways

    I'll just leave here for posterity: If that happens, that will be the dumbest decisions the Chargers ever made. Letting Rivers go, because he's old and then getting Brady.... man, that would be just too much to handle. And obviously (if it even needs to be stated) wouldn't solve ANY of our problems.
  2. Jimmy G is a bum and over rated

    I'm assuming you don't think he's better than consensusly average Jimmy G...
  3. Jimmy G is a bum and over rated

    Average>crap ,so yeah Jimmy G is an upgrade over Joe Nobody.
  4. Jimmy G is a bum and over rated

    He isn't overrated, because no one rates him that high, to begin with. He is an average QB that can be carried to a SB by an elite D and and elite running game., and lose it.
  5. Just finished watching the game. It was a pretty entertaining SB! Congrats for the Chiefs and Andy Reid in particular, for getting that elusive ring! They have been at an high level for years, and it would be a shame if they got nothing for it (like the Chargers). Hard game for the 49ers to swallow, at some point in the 2nd half it seemed set... and then.... they dropped the ball, or in this case, put it in Jimmy G's hands. That gameplan when ahead, a bit like it was to start the game, seemed to run away from what they did so well this season. They're a ball control offense, and Kyle just seems to got carried away with the gameplan and especially that Jimmy G is a playoff caliber QB. He isn't, and when they forced him to be one, it showed.
  6. HOF 2020 modern era inductees revealed

    If Edge got in, half of the NFL will too.
  7. Chargers Officially Move on from Rivers

    His arm was definitely shot on that 2nd half of 2018, though. He can still read defenses at an elite level, but his arm no longer has the minimum power to complete all the throws (he never had a cannon, but you need to generate some power on some throws), and his tendency to overcompensate for his lack of strength leads to a lot of jump balls and contested catches. He was never a guy to shy away from throwing into double coverage, but now he has shown an inability to adjust his game to his diminishing skillset, and it has become a real liability. I wish we could still bring him back and help groom the QBOTF, but I think he just grew tired of Telesco and the Spanos, and honestly I can't blaim him one bit. The way this situation has been handled by the Chargers says a lot about the whole organization.
  8. Eric Berry plans to return to NFL in 2020

    Good for him, one of my favorite players!
  9. Raiders Officially known as the "Las Vegas Raiders"

    I'm on a recruiting spree. Next season we'll have a full stadium, just like last year! Make LA great again!
  10. Raiders Officially known as the "Las Vegas Raiders"

    So does this mean half of the Oakland crowd will start rooting for the Chargers?
  11. How do you value Tannehill?

    I feel they are both bellow average, and the reason I mentioned FItz is that he looks better in stretches, before reverting to his standard play. There are a ton of examples of one year wonders and QBs that peak just to go back to their usual selfs. I don't know if Tanehil was being held back by Miami (probably), but he just had a season well above his standard, and nobody knows what he'll do next season. Agree to disagree, I guess.
  12. How do you value Tannehill?

    How do you rate Fitz magic?
  13. How do you value Tannehill?

    He's a bellow average starter when healthy, who just had an above average season. Not like the guy was an above average player and was crushed by injuries... that just isn't true.
  14. How do you value Tannehill?

    Tag him and re-evaluate next year. Honestly nobody knows what he's worth, and a new contract at this point would just be rolling the dice.
  15. NFL to try new onside kick rule for pro bowl

    Don't get me started on the scheduling of that "game".