****, if AB gets his mind right, the Patriots will be pretty much unstoppable. I've seen what AB can do in Pittsburgh.
Really!!!!??? Sure about that???? I remember a QB named Nick Foles who beat the Evil Empire in the 2017-2018 Superbowl. No don't kid yourself they can be beat like anyone else in the league. Not to mention the NY Giants beating them on both Superbowls that they played them in. With Ellie Mae Manning as QB too
Oh I got a better one for you than that last post ol' buddy>> I don't know for sure that this is completely accurate but I found it on a major Sports wire. Apparently Antonio Brown has just been accused of rape of his former trainer. I also just seen it posted on Yahoo too. Talk about a never-ending dope opera This is about as raw as it gets I'm kind of wondering how Mr. Goodell is going to take all of this rumor and acusation. But being Mr. Goodell is a big buddy of Robert Kraft he might get a community service award the way they rigg everything in the favor of the Patriots
That's a good point. Because even though I'm an avid KC Chiefs fan I still think that in light of the evidence presented to them I still feel that in all fairness that Tyreek Hill should have gotten some type of suspension for his alleged mis-behavior this past year. But it seems that the higher up the food chain that the "superstars" of the league there are huge discrepancies as to how any punishment is meted out or how the case is handled.
Yeah I'm kind of wondering the same thing. Because last season it just didn't make any sense what so ever for Leveon Bell and Brown both to do what they did. Because I'm just totally confident that if both players just stayed the course with the Steelers that both of them would have been far better off than they are now. The Rooney family ( Steeler's owners) has a good history of being very fair with their players in the past.
sal wrote:Knife afi's are pretty far out, steel junky's more so, but "edge junky's" are just nuts.
SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?
JD Spydo wrote: Well Bill Bellichick has a really, really tough decision to make in the next few hours concerning Antonio Brown. He can either eliminate a growing soap opera in his midst or he can be smack dab in the middle of it. I would really be surprised if they decide to keep Antonio Brown under these most dire of circumstances. Better yet they can keep all that cash and go with what they got already or go for someone without media baggage>> or they can be in a soap opera far worse than what the Raiders had to endure for many months to come. Yeah Bill truly has a "belly ache" at this point in the season.
The timing of this most recent revelation of Antonio Brown's growing list of external problems is most interesting and to some degree even more disgusting than what the Raiders were faced with. Like him or hate him I'm here to tell you that Jon Gruden is no dummy and he seen the writing on the wall and realized it was a losing game no matter how you look at it. In about two months he'll even look like a genius.
I agree, definitely a major highlight of this thread
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