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pkclimber

Member Since 05 Jun 2012
Offline Last Active Apr 03 2013 09:11 AM
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In Topic: A team more cursed than the Cubs?...well, at least as stupid

07 June 2012 - 09:08 PM



Vince Young had a good season but he was not the kind of player you thought you were getting that would be a team leader for years to come. Oh, and later that draft they took Lendale White. Bowling ball of a human was a decent back when he took the time to put down the cheese burger and do something. But apparently he liked cheese burgers more.


If I remember right, there was a pretty good QB from Vanderbilt in that draft, and the Titans left him on the board to take Young. I believe he plays for the Bears now.


Can we just ignore that for a while. Like, until Jake Locker is an MVP and such.

In Topic: A team more cursed than the Cubs?...well, at least as stupid

07 June 2012 - 11:52 AM

Tennessee Titans. Pacman Jones, Vince Young, Derrick Morgan (although he could still turn it around), and taking Andre Dyson over Randy Moss.

Pacman needs no explanation. Good player that couldn't stay on the field.

Vince Young had a good season but he was not the kind of player you thought you were getting that would be a team leader for years to come. Oh, and later that draft they took Lendale White. Bowling ball of a human was a decent back when he took the time to put down the cheese burger and do something. But apparently he liked cheese burgers more.

Derrick Morgan just hasn't lived up to what he was supposed to be. He has pretty much stayed hurt. And the times he isn't hurt he isn't good enough to be on the field.

Andre Dyson over Randy Moss. If anyone needs an explanation on this one, just find a solid surface and run your head into it until you realize why this needs no explanation.

Edit* As far as cursed franchises, you could make the argument for the Raiders. Al Davis (may he rest in peace) in recent years made so many decisions (good, bad, or otherwise) the team has been left in a constant state of change. I'm curious to see how the Raiders change as an organization now that he isn't involved in the decision making process. Same could also be said for the Cowboys.

In Topic: All Star Game

07 June 2012 - 11:31 AM



Um, yeah. My thoughts?

Make it a damn exhibition game again. Get rid of the bullshit World Series home-field advantage nonsense. Then, do whatever the hell you want to with the rules.


Can I volunteer for your campaign to become baseball's commissioner? Anyone willing to put an end to the "this time it counts" nonsense gets my vote for sure.

Yes. Yes you may.

I hereby officially declare my candidacy for commissioner of MLB.


Now we just have to get rid of Selig. I vote overly elaborate Bond villain style trap.

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