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  1. Revis retires!!!

    Regis? Come on bro
  2. Offseason news/rumours

    Q, Robby, Hansen and Stewart should all be back next year and they’re all young and growing. Robby has played well, Q kills it inside and Hansen has made great improvements according to reports. Stewart hasn’t shown much but it’s year 2. I could see us drafting 1 and signing 1 depending on how Pryor looks. He’s the X-Factor for our offense IMO.
  3. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    Manning and Luck? I'm not sure. They were way more seasoned. In terms of overall talent I think he's a notch or two below but his upside is similar to Luck and exceeds Manning's due to mobility and arm talent but cerebrally Manning is/was lightyears ahead. But overall I think it all worked out for us and we got our guy long term.
  4. Offseason news/rumours

    What the hell? Who would want to play for Todd Bowles?
  5. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    I just want someone to point out where I said what the reply stated because I’m kinda getting tired of those them>ya responses any time something gets posted. Just ruins discussions at this point.
  6. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    Okay where did I say our guys were better. I knew one of you would jump out the window. I said their players aren’t world beaters. Then listed what they have in place. I just knew someone would do the whole Their position group>Our position group. I just knew it once I came on and seen notifications, good God I knew it. Funny part is I never said we had better pieces, I said we are working towards that. Holy crap I knew someone would do this.
  7. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    Philly’s “weapons” are exactly world beaters. Again they have the right recipe Good/Great O-Line Versatile Backs Wideouts/TE who work themselves open and have good hands Good QB play We’re building towards that at the moment but have some pieces in place, potential in others and obviously room to grow in some areas as well.
  8. Offseason news/rumours

    Anyone feel like Darnold has less pressure on him than recent guys like Hack, Geno(both 2nd Round picks) Even Sanchez seemed to have more pressure. Everything surrounding Darnold has been really easy going. Even his turnover issue from the draft process has seemed to be thrown out the window. The picks he's thrown in OTA's so far have gotten limited coverage as well. Makes me think the media was more focused on highlighting negatives from more polarizing guys than just simply reporting things as they happened.
  9. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    Agreed, utilizing cap space to get proven guys will be important for this team taking the next step. Especially on the offensive end. We've seen what having a young QB can do to Free Agents just this past off-season with Chicago(A-Rob, Burton), San Francisco(McKinnon, Richburg) and KC(Watkins), etc...
  10. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    Feels so good to ignore ignorant posters however. If I reply to you it’s because I respect your opinion at least.
  11. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    Lol yeah because that’s exactly what I said
  12. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    Fair points OG Bobby. I agree.
  13. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    I love that some of you are so dumb you rather try to make someone look bad rather than comprehend their post. And those who “liked” the post clearly still are in their feelings but whatever, do as you will.
  14. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    You wrote too much, I’m not reading all that because you clearly missed the point. invest heavy in the O-Line first and foremost- similar to Dallas look for mid round receivers who can work themselves open and have good hands- similar to New Orleans find him a good value back who do it all in the mid rounds- similar to Arizona Are you still not understanding the point? or are you going to type another dissertation?
  15. New policy for the National Anthem

    The NFL saw what the NBA did in the 90s when Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf kneeled in protest for the same reason Kaepernick did. The NBA then collectively bargained with their players stating they will stand and while players oblige they also work with the league to spread awareness to their social issues. NBA players wore "I Can't Breathe" shirts and the league let them, the league ousted a known racist owner recently. The NFL seen all that and didn't care until Kap sat down and now they're forcing their hand on the players. This isn't a solution at all and it only shows how far some of these owners have to come.