Bobby Brown

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  1. Teams asking about Russell Wilson

    Apparently Brady had more say in personnel decisions, in New England and for sure in TB, than RW. Wilson was lobbying for Antonio Brown like Brady was, for instance....
  2. Teams asking about Russell Wilson

    Wilson is largely adored by the local fan base. Wilson is special enough where, if push came to shove, I think most people would rather see Pete go. His public campaign was largely out of character and a surprise, so most people were taken aback. Yes, he's as corny as hell and public image cognizant, but I don't think anyone around him has questioned his motivation to win. Pretty sure that is where this is coming from.
  3. Teams asking about Russell Wilson

    There is blame to spread around IMHO. Seattle brass hasn't complete ignored O-line, trading away draft capital for LT Duane Brown and signing him to a long term deal is one example. PFF had them ranked 16th in pass blocking last year, that isn't horrible. Wilson is also always amongst league leaders in holding onto the ball after the snap. They played high flying ball beginning of last year and when teams adjusted, Wilson played like dog poo. Even when they tampered the passing down - they still passed a lot relative to the league average. Bad play schemes for sure, but Wilson isn't void of responsibility. Wilson complaining through the press is a sure sign he feels his opinion wasn't being appreciated. That's on the coaching staff for sure, but RW also threw some teammates under the bus going public. He's not being completely ignored...the new O-coordinator was apparently a collaborative hire. Last year RW wanted "stars." They traded away 2 firsts for Jamal he wants more O-line help. Well, his salary is a big reason resources are limited. He wants to be treated like Brady, I believe Brady re-structured his contract multiple times with NE. In a perfect world, this all gets straightened out.
  4. Teams asking about Russell Wilson

    It would take some creative trading for Russell to go somewhere. But, the trade path gets more practicable after this year. This very well could be the beginning of the end.
  5. Teams asking about Russell Wilson

    I've heard Jets reported also. Beyond NO, seems like he is interested in potentially going to markets were he can push his celebrity 'brand.'
  6. RIP Vincent Jackson

    Living in a hotel for the past month of his life. Man that doesn't sound so good.
  7. What until you hear what happened to Mark Walton.
  8. Superbowl viewership was down sharply

    Snowflakes need their safe spaces.
  9. Chiefs vs Buccaneers (Superbowl)

    The calls were a bit skewed towards one way, but not even close to being egregious relative to other big games of memory. Tampa Bay dominated the game and KC apparently didn't have any apparent strategy besides letting Mahomes freestyle.
  10. Chiefs vs Buccaneers (Superbowl)

    My condolence on your family struggles man.
  11. Chiefs vs Buccaneers (Superbowl)

    LOL. You were here a couple weeks ago saying no one in NFC had a chance, and only Pittsburgh could stop the inevitable 10 year KC dynasty.
  12. RIP Marty Schottenheimer

    It was the worst for my mom. She was with him all the time. He had moderate to bad memory loss for a couple years and then hung on with severe symptoms for about 4 years. At least when he went downhill really bad it was quick. Thanks for the thoughts all.
  13. RIP Marty Schottenheimer

    Horrible disease. Lost my dad to it last summer.
  14. Nothing to see here

    Too bad the Saints have more scandals than SB appearances.

    Making a bunch of threads about pizzas is a good way to get banned.

    NationalEnquirer_Champion Who the hell is Mark Walton? A basketball game commentator?
  17. Report: the Lions plan to trade Matthew Stafford

    Read yesterday that the Rams next 1st round draft pick is slated for 2024 which would be 8 years since their previous 1st round pick in 2016. Which they spent on Jarrod Goff.
  18. Buccaneers vs Packers (NFC Championship)

    Didn't successful onside kick recoveries drop from something like 20% to 5% after the rule change on stacking to one side of the ball?
  19. Buccaneers vs Packers (NFC Championship)

    Apparently analytics said the FG attempt vs going for the TD was a coin flip. Okay that's fine. But no one will ever convince me the FG was the way to go. It was playing tentative and whiffing on a winning instinct. I'm sure Brady was tickled to see the kicker coming out on 4th down.
  20. Buccaneers vs Packers (NFC Championship)

    San Fran kind of choked a SB win away. But yea, they had a great defense, so it seems like everything has to work right for the classic run first approach.
  21. Buccaneers vs Packers (NFC Championship)

    I know the refs were letting things go but when a receivers jersey gets yanked like that, it gets flagged 99 out of 100 (unless the refs don't see it). That was more blatant than the others IMO.
  22. Bill vs Chiefs (AFC Championship)

    Man I really though Buffalo would be up to the challenge. KC looks to be on another level.
  23. Buccaneers vs Packers (NFC Championship)

    That was an obvious hold.
  24. Buccaneers vs Packers (NFC Championship)

    That was also a stupid slide on the kickoff. Free timeout for GB.
  25. Buccaneers vs Packers (NFC Championship)

    FG attempt there was odd.