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  1. But when people speak our minds against what he did we are labeled as a racist?  That's the BS of the whole situation.


    He has been out of the game for 2 years.  I would imagine he doesn't look good when he does work out for teams and they actually have a reason for not signing him.  He wasn't an accurate passer before, what do you think a 2 year layoff has done for him?

  2. Terrible trade.  Immediately make bad offers for whatever decent players that guy has left.  Take advantage of him.  Get his 1st round pick next year while you are at it.


    Then you should probably either get  that owner out of your league or just be the first person to take advantage of him every season.

  3. With a roster like that I think either the other owners are idiots and will take any trade you offer or its like a 4-8 team league and every roster is stacked. 


    Id either offer lower for Zeke to see if they take it or just stand pat with an all-star lineup.


    Try starting the offer with DJ (hope the name carries weight) and DT (tell them Thomas is about to go big in his new digs) and see if he bites.

  4. Thomas > Hill

    Ingram < Johnson (the first game was an anomaly)

    Golliday ≥ Gabriel (match up based in my opinion with the lean to Golliday)


    I do think the gap between Thomas and Hill and the slight edge to Golliday gives that owner the win.

  5. I voted fair because it is not far off from being balanced.


    Zeke over Conner is not as clear cut as people think.  Zeke hasn't played well and Conner looks to be a long haul play in Pittsburgh.  He will split some time during the second half but will be the full time guy next year when Bell is gone.


    Hill over Jeffery is the only obvious discrepancy in the trade in my opinion.


    I'd let it go.

  6. 13 hours ago, CowboysDiehard said:


    I would have had a scholarship as a WR at the University of Texas if our guard, who was pulling to block the CB, hadn't gone for the LB I was blocking instead and caved in my knee that day in Santa Anna, TX.


    I guess you could say:  "I was a football player once, until I took a helmet to the knee".


    That still doesn’t change the fact that TD was on pace to rewrite the record books before that moron blew out his own teammates knew.

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