coastiemike

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  1. Not that. Most of us don’t like $30 million in dead money.
  2. Hard-headed because I made one statement and you couldn’t counter with any sensical retort? Lol...ok whatever.
  3. Let’s say 14 touches a game, with half inside the red zone. Can you please explain what the downside is?
  4. I’m not sure what blinders you are speaking of. I live in NV. Not a UGA homer in any way. I guess explain it again. What is the downside to a 25 year old run back that will be a RBBC and on a one year, $5 million deal with huge upside?
  5. About as much as Coleman. You didn’t answer the question. What is the downside?
  6. He’s missed less time than JJ.
  7. What exactly is the downside?
  8. With a limited workload: 1064 yards from Scrimmage, 4.2 yds/touch, 14 TDs in 2019. Better than what we had last year. One year prove it deal that only cost $5m. Motivated to work. 25 years old. Then not sure what more you want. I guess you are going to whine just to whine.
  9. So the past has absolutely nothing to do with a player? I swear, some of you just don’t understand that the past does have some benefit. So why didn’t we get rid of our 31 year old WR? I mean, we not talking about the past, right?
  10. Five years in the league netted him offensive rookie of the year, 3 pro bowls, two times first team all pro, twice leading the league in rushing TDs and an offensive player of the year award. Meh?
  11. If he’s there in the 5th, then sure, take him. Otherwise, let’s focus on OL, LB, and pass rushers.
  12. https://www.nola.com/news/courts/article_75a880c0-3eb7-11ea-8818-1b7c911a38d8.html The New Orleans Saints are going to court to keep the public from seeing hundreds of emails that allegedly show team executives doing public relations damage control for the area's Roman Catholic archdiocese to help it contain the fallout from a burgeoning sexual abuse crisis. [Update, 12:20 p.m. Friday: The Saints have issued a statement, saying their advice to archdiocese was to be "direct" and "open."] Attorneys for about two dozen men suing the church say in court filings that the 276 documents they obtained through discovery show that the NFL team, whose owner is devoutly Catholic, aided the Archdiocese of New Orleans in its “pattern and practice of concealing its crimes.” “Obviously, the Saints should not be in the business of assisting the Archdiocese, and the Saints' public relations team is not in the business of managing the public relations of criminals engaged in pedophilia," the attorneys wrote in a court filing. "The Saints realize that if the documents at issue are made public, this professional sports organization also will be smearing itself." Saints attorneys, in court papers, disputed any suggestion that the team helped the church cover up crimes, calling such claims “outrageous.” They further said that the emails, exchanged in 2018 and 2019, were intended to be private and should not be “fodder for the public.” The archdiocese is also fighting the release of the emails. The National Football League, which was advised of the matter by plaintiffs' attorneys because the Saints' emails used the team's nfl.com domain, has not commented on the case. NFL policy says everyone who is a part of the league must refrain from “conduct detrimental to the integrity of and public confidence in” the NFL. A court-appointed special master is expected to hear arguments in the coming weeks on whether the communications should remain confidential. The Associated Press, which has extensively covered clergy sexual abuse in a series of stories over the past year, filed a motion with the court supporting the release of the documents as a matter of public interest. “This case does not involve intensely private individuals who are dragged into the spotlight,” the AP argued, “but well-known mega-institutions that collect millions of dollars from local residents to support their activities." Ties between local church leaders and the Saints include a close friendship between New Orleans Archbishop Gregory Aymond and Gayle Benson, who inherited the Saints and the New Orleans Pelicans basketball team when her husband, Tom Benson, died in 2018. The archbishop was at Gayle Benson's side as she walked in the funeral procession. Gayle Benson has given millions of dollars to Catholic institutions in the New Orleans area, and the archbishop is a regular guest of hers at games and charitable events for the church. Attorneys for the men suing the church say “multiple” Saints personnel, including Senior Vice President of Communications Greg Bensel, used their team email to advise church officials on “messaging” and how to soften the impact of the archdiocese's release of a list of clergy members "credibly accused” of sexual abuse. "The information at issue bears a relationship to these crimes because it is a continuation of the Archdiocese's pattern and practice of concealing its crimes so that the public does not discover its criminal behavior," the plaintiffs' attorneys wrote. “And the Saints joined in.” A Saints spokeswoman Friday said team officials had no comment. Attorneys for the Saints acknowledged in a court filing that the team assisted the archdiocese in its publishing of the credibly accused clergy list, but said that was an act of disclosure — "the opposite of concealment.” A handful of Saints emails that emerged last year in the clergy abuse litigation included an October 2018 exchange in which Bensel asked an archdiocese spokeswoman whether there might be “a benefit to saying we support a victims right to pursue a remedy through the courts.” “I don't think we want to say we ‘support’ victims going to the courts,” Sarah McDonald, the archdiocese's communications director, replied, “but we certainly encourage them to come forward.” The fight over the emails is part of a flurry of claims filed against the archdiocese over its employment of George F. Brignac, a longtime schoolteacher and deacon who was removed from the ministry in 1988 after a 7-year-old boy accused him of fondling him at a Christmas party. That accusation followed claims that Briganc abused several other boys, including one case that led to his acquittal in 1978 on three counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile. Church officials permitted Brignac, 85, to act as a lay minister until local news accounts of his service in 2018 prompted his ouster and an apology from the archdiocese. The AP last year reported that Brignac, despite his supposed defrocking, also maintained access to schoolchildren and held leadership roles as recently as 2018 in the Knights of Columbus. Following a new wave of publicity — in which Brignac told a reporter he had touched boys but never for “immoral purposes" — Brignac was indicted last month on a rape charge that could land him behind bars for the rest of his life. The prosecution came more than a year after a former altar boy told police that Brignac repeatedly raped him beginning in the late 1970s. Police said the abuse began when the boy was 7 and continued until he was 11. The archdiocese, meanwhile, has settled several lawsuits against Brignac and included the former deacon in the list of more than 50 names it released in late 2018 of "credibly accused” clergy. A lawyer for the archdiocese said earlier this month that the plaintiffs' attorneys seeking the release of the Saints emails were engaged in a “proverbial witch hunt with respect to decades-old abuse.” The attorney, E. Dirk Wegmann, told the special master that the plaintiffs only want the Saints emails released so they can give them to the media and “unfairly try to tar and feather the archdiocese.”
  13. Currently 77-3 in favor of Ryan. Time to move on to your next agenda item.
  14. But no *****ing or whining about all the favorable calls against Atlanta during different games where Brees needed to set a record on national tv, the first game back in the slum dome after Katrina, all the no calls in the NFCC against Favre and Minnesota, the no calls in the Gleason night game, etc.... STFU fat ***.