Shaft

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Shaft last won the day on November 20 2017

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  1. Hunter Henry torn acl

    This is sad news. I've been big on Hunter Henry for a few years. I thought this would be his breakout year.
  2. Is Tom Brady the GOAT of all sports?

    He should be in the conversation. My point was to respond "to forever in debt to mo lewis" claim that the professionals in the sport have more knowledge than the fantasy fans. In short, they weren't asked the same question, so we can't compare their responses to the ones on the board.
  3. Is Tom Brady the GOAT of all sports?

    They all said he is the greatest football player. This thread is about the greatest in ALL sports and there should be serious debate when we are questioning if he's the GOAT for all sports.
  4. Is Tom Brady the GOAT of all sports?

    Brady is not even better than Al Bundy, Polk High, who scored 4 touchdowns in a single game.
  5. ** SMACKBOWL RESULTS WEEK 2 **

    Dam you Diggs!
  6. SMACKBOWL RESULTS - WEEK 1

    TY Diggs, you just ruined my chances by eliminating 99% of my NFC team!
  7. Vikes vs the Saints

    He was thinking the same thing that DB who missed Diggs was thinking.....obviously, NOT thinking.
  8. JAX/PITT

    *raises hand*
  9. JAX/PITT

    Tomlin looked like he wanted to cry after that last Jax TD. I wouldn't say he's a horrific coach, that's homer hate, but they have arrogance that is not matched with determination.
  10. JAX/PITT

    Yup, he's warming up. I like a fair game.
  11. JAX/PITT

    Fournette is questionable to return. That can change the tide.
  12. JAX/PITT

    This is getting ugly fast!
  13. ATL deserves to lose this. Just sad.
  14. Here we go Steelers..... again , ughh

    Talent wise, they're similar, but Bell has to put in many years to be mentioned in the same sentence as L.T.
  15. Here we go Steelers..... again , ughh

    A more fair comparison would be the contract he turned down, since a franchise tag is only guaranteed money for one year. With that being said, he did turn down a long term deal that would've averaged him $12 million a year, so your point still stands. He's trying to act like a trailblazer for younger RBs, but I hope his pride doesn't get the best of him. ETA: I still believe that would be the biggest contract for a RB. L.T. got a big contract, but that was over 13 years ago.