rcky_mtn_falcon

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  1. Do you mean per play, per possession, per quarter ? Because 2 or 3 per game is off by at least a factor of 10.
  2. Yeah those first four guys have already started moving up the board and we haven't even gotten to the combine yet. A lot of teams place an awful lot of stock into the underwear olympics.
  3. The only problem is i think your first 3 picks in this mock all go in the first round and your 4th pick might be gone before our 2nd round pick.
  4. The 57 yard field goal by far, because it happened in the Saints stadium, and kept them out of the Falcons locker room and training facility.
  5. Right there with you, I joined in 2002, the year of divisional realignment.
  6. I bet he could, I found this on Mike Conti's twitter. I'm sure he will fit in well with the training we do every year with former seals.
  7. You would have the same reaction if Jameis Winston was your QB.
  8. What i believe the OP is trying to convey is that DLed is saying the job has been offered to Koetter but there has been no agreement reached at this time.
  9. Whatever I'm done here.
  10. That is not my argument, and if you read my original post. You would not even make such a ridiculous statement. 1. He didn't compare the firings to the holocaust. 2. The comparison was to 1 vile act that the Nazi's perpetrated, and even then not as it pertained to the Nazi's but to their victims. 3. It was moronic like most of Stan's "takes" over the last year, and I won't miss him on my radio. Were you listening in when he made his comments ? Or is your opinion based on what was "reported" ? I'm sure he felt safe in using a Nazi analogy, as that term has been tossed around more in the last 2 years than in the previous 50. The fact is he could have made the exact same analogy without ever throwing out the word Nazi or holocaust. So is it the word Nazi that's offensive ? If so I expect about 6 major news channels to lose audience and funding and 100's of reporters to be fired. He mentioned the holocaust in explaining he learned about this act when visiting the holocaust museum ? Is it the word holocaust that's offensive ? This is why I said listen to what people are trying to say and not necessarily the words coming out of their mouths. It was a stupid and twisted analogy, but if taken in context there was no reason to be offended.
  11. Ok let's assume your comment has merit. When every faux pas or misstatement is treated as a reason to label someone or have them fired because of hurt feelings it gets to the point that sane people reject the "outrage". Is all outrage equivalent ? No, but that was kind of my point. These days even the stupidest of outrages are treated as though they're equal. I guess your blind donkey is the one searching for offenses, and finding them under every rock.
  12. I was actually listening to the show driving back from Tennessee when he made the comments. The comparison was moronic but he didn't really compare the firings to the holocaust. He was referring to 1 particularly vile act committed by the Nazi's as it pertained to forced survival. He happened to learn about it while visiting the holocaust museum. I was never really a fan of his on air, so no major loss, but if people would really listen to what others are saying, and try to understand the thoughts they're trying to convey. Instead of looking for a reason to be offended the world would be a better place. It's getting to the point that no one can offer any kind of opinion without someone getting their feelings hurt.
  13. Cool, thanks for the info.
  14. I don't think that has much to do with it, the difference is in draft position Vic's is so high because he was the 8th overall pick. Neal was picked at 17 if I recall correctly.
  15. It's been obvious for years, every returner we had with the exception of Hester made the exact same plays at PR. They were coached that way. Hester wasn't going to play that way and had the cachet to do it the way he wanted.