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  1. Antonio Brown gets a ticket

    What kind of a goalpost move is this from "There's no such thing as safely driving over 100 MPH." Now you are redefining "driving"?
  2. Please no. This would end up being a huge upgrade to both Cleveland and Baltimore next year.
  3. Week 10 GDT

    Just saying, it's a narrative.
  4. Week 10 GDT

    He might not be great in the moment under center but he definitely knows how to make the right calls sitting easy watching the game, wonder how good of a coach he could make.
  5. Week 10 GDT

    As opposed to an "LA vs LA in the superbowl" narrative?
  6. Week 10 GDT

    He had to do that, a sack costs more in time than the 10 sec runoff.
  7. Week 10 GDT

    An attempt to catch the refs slippin and drain clock?
  8. Week 10 GDT

    Clearly a pass.
  9. Le'Veon Bell -Farewell Miami

    100% I am so glad Bell held out, and you should be too. But you can't act like saying "With any luck maybe he will tear an ACL on a treadmill " Isn't the very definition of Salty.
  10. Antonio Brown gets a ticket

    If people drive their cars in truly unsafe manners like this, or drunk driving, they should spend time in prison tbh.
  11. Antonio Brown gets a ticket

    Don't be such a grandma, new cars today drive incredibly smooth at that speed, and on straight roads where there is nothing around and clear line of sight in every direction, you can very easily drive safely well over 100 MPH.
  12. Antonio Brown gets a ticket

    Yeah it's basically a road they will be putting in new neighborhoods over the next few years connecting a couple towns in a round about way, but for now, and 8 years ago especially, there is no reason for such a slow speed limit.
  13. Week 10 GDT

    Good presence of mind to tap the guy while he was standing up.
  14. Le'Veon Bell -Farewell Miami

    That is irrelevant, he had to do that. What stuff? I don't go out of my way to read his twitter, so why do you? He has been congratulating his former teammates. The one about "passing the sticks" could even be a reference of him passing the Steelers rushing crown to Conner. It was never going to be anything less than this. You are just being salty. The guy was never going to play for us again until he got a chance to go to free agency, just like Cousins with Washington, it's just how the smartest players will handle contracts whenever they get the chance. There is no reason to begrudge the man his money.