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post #2146 of 2217
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

They've kept this pretty well under wraps because there's no "rapid reaction" from any sports sites with opinions on this. I think people haven't had a clue.
But I really came here just now to post this pic, which highlights something lost in all this scandal:
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Namely, Gregg Williams has some pretty nice tittays.

idk, they look kinda saggy confused.gif
post #2147 of 2217
Wow. Just goes to show you how high on Tebow Denver was. 4th round pick? Seriously? They couldn't do ANY better than that?
post #2148 of 2217
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Originally Posted by Slopho View Post

? What are you talking about? Its way too early for you to be this high.

its true though, even though common sense says otherwise.

I remember a female espn writer getting lambasted for stating that Payton should've been fired. But if you read her article it makes sense because the coaching staff was formally told to end the bounties the year before by the Saints owner. And yet the bounty continued.

Since the Saints owner didn't do some in-house discipline - compare to the Steelers owner(s) who'll drop a star player without qualms if they are involved in illegal activity.
post #2149 of 2217
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Wow. Just goes to show you how high on Tebow Denver was. 4th round pick? Seriously? They couldn't do ANY better than that?

Imagine Manning suffers a career ending injury and Tebow becomes even just an average QB.
post #2150 of 2217
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

Jets trade for Tebow:
http://espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/story/_/id/7718133/new-york-jets-acquire-tim-tebow-4th-round-pick
Really curious. I don't see Tebow being a good fit, personnel-wise or from a locker room standpoint.

I don't think this is a good fit at all.
post #2151 of 2217
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

Since the Saints owner didn't do some in-house discipline - compare to the Steelers owner(s) who'll drop a star player without qualms if they are involved in illegal activity.

uh.......... Big Ben?
post #2152 of 2217
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post

uh.......... Big Ben?

beatin bitches up like it ain't no thaaang
post #2153 of 2217
Having sex with a drunk coed in a public restroom is incredibly skeevy, but not illegal. Roethlisberger was never criminally charged with sexual assault.
post #2154 of 2217
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

Imagine Manning suffers a career ending injury and Tebow becomes even just an average QB.

ffffuuuu.gif that would be horrendous
post #2155 of 2217
Looks like Tbow to the Jets may have hit a snag due to something in Tebow's contract.

ffffuuuu.gif

this might let the fucking jets off the hook.
post #2156 of 2217
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Originally Posted by oneeightyseven View Post

beatin bitches up like it ain't no thaaang
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

Having sex with a drunk coed in a public restroom is incredibly skeevy, but not illegal. Roethlisberger was never criminally charged with sexual assault.

So you're saying I can walk into a public restroom and corner a drunk girl with my cock out...allegedly.
post #2157 of 2217
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post

uh.......... Big Ben?

big ben was actually on the bubble last two years... there were rumors swirling about him possibly being traded or waived when the 2nd sexual assault accusation came - if one of his sexual assault cases went to trial he'd be on the chopping block for sure.
post #2158 of 2217
Would the Saints consider firing Payton? Should they?

(ditto the Titans and Gregg Williams)

If I have the story right, the owner found out about the bounties and told them to shut it down... which they then didn't do. I've gotta say, if I were the owner, I'd can these clowns. Payton may be a good coach and everything, but in light of this penalty, you've got a 2-year effect. Next year you have no continuity, and the year following you've got a coach who's been out of the game for a year trying to win back a team he didn't coach. If you fire the guy and get a new coach going now, at least you get a new program started in place beginning immediately.

And worst case, at least you don't have to pay Payton for next year, right?
post #2159 of 2217
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Originally Posted by Slopho View Post

Way too harsh penalty against the Saints. Losing their coach for a year and 2nd picks this year and next year.

Not harsh enough.
post #2160 of 2217
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

Would the Saints consider firing Payton? Should they?
(ditto the Titans and Gregg Williams)
If I have the story right, the owner found out about the bounties and told them to shut it down... which they then didn't do. I've gotta say, if I were the owner, I'd can these clowns. Payton may be a good coach and everything, but in light of this penalty, you've got a 2-year effect. Next year you have no continuity, and the year following you've got a coach who's been out of the game for a year trying to win back a team he didn't coach. If you fire the guy and get a new coach going now, at least you get a new program started in place beginning immediately.
And worst case, at least you don't have to pay Payton for next year, right?

Also if you don't fire him, you've gotta have an interim system in place for just one year, and nobody decent is going to want to do that. The assistant (IIRC) was suspended half the season, so it's not like he can just take over for a year then hand the reins back.
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