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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby motherscratcher » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:44 am

Selling your Toyota Carolla for $75K doesn't become a bad idea because the guy who gave it to you paid $100K for it.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Larvell Blanks » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:49 am

Someone on Twitter likened this to the 'boys trading Hershel and jumpstarting their rebuild :lmfao:

Obviously somebody can't tell the difference between 1 draft pick and a decades worth.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby justmebd » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:50 am

motherscratcher wrote:Selling your Toyota Carolla for $75K doesn't become a bad idea because the guy who gave it to you paid $100K for it.

How about the go-go dancer in the Toyota commercials? How much for her?

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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby peeker643 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:54 am

:hide:
jb wrote:
peeker643 wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:
peeker643 wrote:Well, I clearly remember some guys being edging thrilled with ging up to get TRich ( THEY WANTED HIM!!!!) and Weeds. So I'm just gonna sit back and watch for a few days. And enjoy the back pedaling and rationalization.

Go at it, boys!

Enjoy!!!


Sometimes people are wrong. Sometimes people change their minds. Who gives a fuck?


Ha! Not me.

I only had to hear shit for a year about it. Hear about draft profiles and other such horseshit. From people who wanna make cracks about draft profiles and other such inane crap.

Love getting 'the guy they wanted and moved up for' an the gunslinger.

No idea why anyone would give a fuck. No idea why anyone would feel like saying," Hey, where are the fucking dipshits who loved those moves?"

But I digress.


Good Lord, get a room with Soul Dawg & grudge on. Just remember that every voodoo doll of me u buy on line a cut goes to me.

Turns out that Weeds blows, TRich is average. You win. Huzzah & hosannah to the highest. you hit a few draft dork web sites & regurgitated enough of it when slow at work and you're now all mad for being right? Christ you act like you actually scouted or did something that was your original work & slapped some poseur articles out of it like it was ur work. Glossed yourself a. "Draft expert" before you got ur balls busted & then edited the headline. Regardless of the outcome it was goofy and beneath you cause I know you & that aint you. You're just one of us with a take or two.

when you're a Browns fan and you try to be optimistic you get it broken off. Onto the next one. Maybe Ill learn.

Sincerely the dipshit that believed enough to love the moves.


I was wrong.
I was wrong.
I was wrong.

That enough pounds or you want more?


Thank you JB. Lacked a bit in sincerity but I won't push it.

Ya know what's funny is that it seems often times the kid that actually went over the notes before the test scored better than the kids that didn't.

Even if they weren't his notes.

If only the notes on prospective NFL draftees weren't locked away and so hard to find.

:lmfao:
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby JacksonDysonJackson » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:04 am

Their <shudder> Plan is becoming clear. '13 was a focus on the D. Draft and FA was heavily focused on that side of the ball. Our front seven is vastly improved and playing at a high level. Obviously, some holes to fill still.

This offseason will focus on the O. We'll get our QB and I expect our FA $s to be dedicated to the offense in order. Some big names at WR to hit FA this offseason.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby jb » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:09 am

peeker643 wrote::hide:
jb wrote:
peeker643 wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:
peeker643 wrote:Well, I clearly remember some guys being edging thrilled with ging up to get TRich ( THEY WANTED HIM!!!!) and Weeds. So I'm just gonna sit back and watch for a few days. And enjoy the back pedaling and rationalization.

Go at it, boys!

Enjoy!!!


Sometimes people are wrong. Sometimes people change their minds. Who gives a fuck?


Ha! Not me.

I only had to hear shit for a year about it. Hear about draft profiles and other such horseshit. From people who wanna make cracks about draft profiles and other such inane crap.

Love getting 'the guy they wanted and moved up for' an the gunslinger.

No idea why anyone would give a fuck. No idea why anyone would feel like saying," Hey, where are the fucking dipshits who loved those moves?"

But I digress.


Good Lord, get a room with Soul Dawg & grudge on. Just remember that every voodoo doll of me u buy on line a cut goes to me.

Turns out that Weeds blows, TRich is average. You win. Huzzah & hosannah to the highest. you hit a few draft dork web sites & regurgitated enough of it when slow at work and you're now all mad for being right? Christ you act like you actually scouted or did something that was your original work & slapped some poseur articles out of it like it was ur work. Glossed yourself a. "Draft expert" before you got ur balls busted & then edited the headline. Regardless of the outcome it was goofy and beneath you cause I know you & that aint you. You're just one of us with a take or two.

when you're a Browns fan and you try to be optimistic you get it broken off. Onto the next one. Maybe Ill learn.

Sincerely the dipshit that believed enough to love the moves.


I was wrong.
I was wrong.
I was wrong.

That enough pounds or you want more?


Thank you JB. Lacked a bit in sincerity but I won't push it.

Ya know what's funny is that it seems often times the kid that actually went over the notes before the test scored better than the kids that didn't.

Even if they weren't his notes.

If only the notes on prospective NFL draftees weren't locked away and so hard to find.

:lmfao:



I can't even afford the luxury of creating resentments in real life let alone this playground, so I'm ready to move on and accept the gloss of being the Larry David of TCF.

Does an apology have to be sincere?

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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby jb » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:10 am

JacksonDysonJackson wrote:Their <shudder> Plan is becoming clear. '13 was a focus on the D. Draft and FA was heavily focused on that side of the ball. Our front seven is vastly improved and playing at a high level. Obviously, some holes to fill still.

This offseason will focus on the O. We'll get our QB and I expect our FA $s to be dedicated to the offense in order. Some big names at WR to hit FA this offseason.



seen the tweet about the sign in the Browns meeting offices?

I think we know what they're trying to do.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Cerebral_DownTime » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:27 am

peeker643 wrote: Shampoo is better because it cleans the hair.



jb wrote: Conditioner is better because it leaves the hair silky and smooth



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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby JacksonDysonJackson » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:30 am

jb wrote:seen the tweet about the sign in the Browns meeting offices?

I think we know what they're trying to do.


I didn't...enlighten me.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Spin » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:41 am

JacksonDysonJackson wrote:Best move this organization has made in a long time.

Ask yourself this - - yesterday morning, did you think we could get a first round pick for Richardson?

RB is the most disposable position in the league and Indy is a middle of the pack team. I love the trade. (PS - A. Boldin netted a whopping 7th rounder this off-season.)

Next question - would they consider moving Joe Thomas to DEN for a boatload of picks?


JT has a lot longer shelf life than a hard hitting RB. And if we do get a dreamy QB, JT will help keep him out of the MRI until the rest of the line is in place.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Spin » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:46 am

JacksonDysonJackson wrote:Their <shudder> Plan is becoming clear. '13 was a focus on the D. Draft and FA was heavily focused on that side of the ball. Our front seven is vastly improved and playing at a high level. Obviously, some holes to fill still.

This offseason will focus on the O. We'll get our QB and I expect our FA $s to be dedicated to the offense in order. Some big names at WR to hit FA this offseason.


That's what I was thinking too. You can't come in and replace 18-20 starters in one year. A lot of fanatics thought we were going somewhere this season I guess.

One TD in 2 games is where we are going. With or without TR.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Hikohadon » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:49 am

Cerebral_DownTime wrote:
peeker643 wrote: Shampoo is better because it cleans the hair.



jb wrote: Conditioner is better because it leaves the hair silky and smooth



Hikohadon wrote:Stop looking at me, swan.


:clap:

Like Peeks knows anything about hair. But I guess he could read about it and regurgitate his opinion based upon what he read and then exalt in his resounding triumph when GQ announced that shampoo is indeed better.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby JacksonDysonJackson » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:50 am

Spin wrote:
JacksonDysonJackson wrote:Best move this organization has made in a long time.

Ask yourself this - - yesterday morning, did you think we could get a first round pick for Richardson?

RB is the most disposable position in the league and Indy is a middle of the pack team. I love the trade. (PS - A. Boldin netted a whopping 7th rounder this off-season.)

Next question - would they consider moving Joe Thomas to DEN for a boatload of picks?


JT has a lot longer shelf life than a hard hitting RB. And if we do get a dreamy QB, JT will help keep him out of the MRI until the rest of the line is in place.


Yeah, it isnt a move I would make, unless DEN threw out a crazy offer of multiple ones, a two, etc. I cant see DEN doing that, despite losing their LT in their SB run season.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Hikohadon » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:56 am

JacksonDysonJackson wrote:
Spin wrote:
JacksonDysonJackson wrote:Best move this organization has made in a long time.

Ask yourself this - - yesterday morning, did you think we could get a first round pick for Richardson?

RB is the most disposable position in the league and Indy is a middle of the pack team. I love the trade. (PS - A. Boldin netted a whopping 7th rounder this off-season.)

Next question - would they consider moving Joe Thomas to DEN for a boatload of picks?


JT has a lot longer shelf life than a hard hitting RB. And if we do get a dreamy QB, JT will help keep him out of the MRI until the rest of the line is in place.


Yeah, it isnt a move I would make, unless DEN threw out a crazy offer of multiple ones, a two, etc. I cant see DEN doing that, despite losing their LT in their SB run season.


It would have to be a king's ransom, since replacing your All Pro LT isn't like replacing a mediocre RB.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby General » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:57 am

Hikohadon wrote:
JacksonDysonJackson wrote:
Spin wrote:
JacksonDysonJackson wrote:Best move this organization has made in a long time.

Ask yourself this - - yesterday morning, did you think we could get a first round pick for Richardson?

RB is the most disposable position in the league and Indy is a middle of the pack team. I love the trade. (PS - A. Boldin netted a whopping 7th rounder this off-season.)

Next question - would they consider moving Joe Thomas to DEN for a boatload of picks?


JT has a lot longer shelf life than a hard hitting RB. And if we do get a dreamy QB, JT will help keep him out of the MRI until the rest of the line is in place.


Yeah, it isnt a move I would make, unless DEN threw out a crazy offer of multiple ones, a two, etc. I cant see DEN doing that, despite losing their LT in their SB run season.


It would have to be a king's ransom, since replacing your All Pro LT isn't like replacing a mediocre RB.


Just do it, it would be funny and everyone would laugh. :nanner:
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby jb » Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:01 am

JacksonDysonJackson wrote:
jb wrote:seen the tweet about the sign in the Browns meeting offices?

I think we know what they're trying to do.


I didn't...enlighten me.



First - empty everything from your mouth.

"We will be BOLD"
"We will have a CHAMPIONSHIP LEVEL QB"
"We will great in both the LINES"
"We will be a TOTAL TEAM"
"We will all do our JOBS"

https://twitter.com/RuiterWrongFAN/status/380504272061747200/photo/1
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby JacksonDysonJackson » Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:05 am

I heard they put up murals of Jim Brown too...

But isn't having a "championship level QB" inherent in the "path to the Super Bowl"?

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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby HoodooMan » Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:10 am

jb wrote:"We will be BOLD"
"We will have a CHAMPIONSHIP LEVEL QB"
"We will great in both the LINES"
"We will be a TOTAL TEAM"
"We will all do our JOBS"


Is there something special about the number 5 that made them include that last one?

Not that the first 4 were anything special, but it's a little like:

The FEW!
The PROUD!
The MARINES!
The GUYS WHO LIKE A GOOD DONUT FROM TIME TO TIME!

We will all do our JOBS?

OK, yeah, I guess I hope so.



At least we'll someday be able to enjoy the above video even more.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Hikohadon » Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:21 am

jb wrote:
JacksonDysonJackson wrote:
jb wrote:seen the tweet about the sign in the Browns meeting offices?

I think we know what they're trying to do.


I didn't...enlighten me.



First - empty everything from your mouth.

"We will be BOLD"
"We will have a CHAMPIONSHIP LEVEL QB"
"We will great in both the LINES"
"We will be a TOTAL TEAM"
"We will all do our JOBS"

https://twitter.com/RuiterWrongFAN/status/380504272061747200/photo/1


I have never seen "great" used as a verb before.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Cerebral_DownTime » Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:57 am

Anybody want to come to my house and watch scary movies? Or we can play some Nintendo, I got all the Megamans and Castlevanias.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby peeker643 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 1:06 pm

Hikohadon wrote:
jb wrote:
JacksonDysonJackson wrote:
jb wrote:seen the tweet about the sign in the Browns meeting offices?

I think we know what they're trying to do.


I didn't...enlighten me.



First - empty everything from your mouth.

"We will be BOLD"
"We will have a CHAMPIONSHIP LEVEL QB"
"We will great in both the LINES"
"We will be a TOTAL TEAM"
"We will all do our JOBS"

https://twitter.com/RuiterWrongFAN/status/380504272061747200/photo/1


I have never seen "great" used as a verb before.


Maybe it was 'grate'?

grate
/grāt/
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verb: grate; 3rd person present: grates; past tense: grated; past participle: grated; gerund or present participle: grating1. reduce (something, esp. food) to small shreds by rubbing it on a grater.
"peel and roughly grate the carrots"
synonyms: shred, pulverize, mince, grind, granulate, crush, crumble More"she grated the cheese"

2. make an unpleasant rasping sound.
"the hinges of the door grated"


#2 sounds right to me.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby peeker643 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 1:16 pm

Hikohadon wrote:
Cerebral_DownTime wrote:
peeker643 wrote: Shampoo is better because it cleans the hair.



jb wrote: Conditioner is better because it leaves the hair silky and smooth



Hikohadon wrote:Stop looking at me, swan.


:clap:

Like Peeks knows anything about hair. But I guess he could read about it and regurgitate his opinion based upon what he read and then exalt in his resounding triumph when GQ announced that shampoo is indeed better.


I use plain, old soap/shower gel.

But I will read up and look at all the information. I will not just go 6 beers deep and swallow the first wad of goo the hometown team spurts out.... err the shamppo/conditioned maker spurts out, and take it as being implicitly the right move.

Ya know, I have to be able to see both sides of an issue when doing what I do all day. No lines in the sand as those lead to delay and conflict. And sht don't get better with time when it's built on conflict. It gets more expensive for everyone. I gotta find the good in our insureds and clients but I better be realistic about their warts and call a loser a loser when I see such a case.

I'm not upset with Weeden or TRich. They were always flawed and those picks were always fucking stupid and desperate and made by men who were stupid and desperate and who hadn't gotten much right up to that very point. I'm just disappointed in guys who should know better falling for the old banana in the tailpipe gag.

Again.

:hide:

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I have no resentment, JB. I have fun.

This shit just don't mean much at the end of the day.

:cheers: :group:
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Hikohadon » Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:18 pm

peeker643 wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:
Cerebral_DownTime wrote:
peeker643 wrote: Shampoo is better because it cleans the hair.



jb wrote: Conditioner is better because it leaves the hair silky and smooth



Hikohadon wrote:Stop looking at me, swan.


:clap:

Like Peeks knows anything about hair. But I guess he could read about it and regurgitate his opinion based upon what he read and then exalt in his resounding triumph when GQ announced that shampoo is indeed better.


I use plain, old soap/shower gel.

But I will read up and look at all the information. I will not just go 6 beers deep and swallow the first wad of goo the hometown team spurts out.... err the shamppo/conditioned maker spurts out, and take it as being implicitly the right move.

Ya know, I have to be able to see both sides of an issue when doing what I do all day. No lines in the sand as those lead to delay and conflict. And sht don't get better with time when it's built on conflict. It gets more expensive for everyone. I gotta find the good in our insureds and clients but I better be realistic about their warts and call a loser a loser when I see such a case.

I'm not upset with Weeden or TRich. They were always flawed and those picks were always fucking stupid and desperate and made by men who were stupid and desperate and who hadn't gotten much right up to that very point. I'm just disappointed in guys who should know better falling for the old banana in the tailpipe gag.

Again.

:hide:

But I love ya both. You're my boys. Yoo're just a couple little gullible rascals. Always getting yourselves into adventures of the heart.

I have no resentment, JB. I have fun.

This shit just don't mean much at the end of the day.

:cheers: :group:


Maybe we can finally put this fruitless struggle to bed now that, you know, we were wrong. ; )

I still don't think Weeds or Richardson have been much worse than a lot of the guys that were reportedly options at the same spot - lotsa disappointments in there - but none of that matters anyway. It never mattered, it's just supposed to be fun to bs about it.

And shower gel? Man, that shit drives me nuts. Give me a bar of soap any day.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby motherscratcher » Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:29 pm

Hikohadon wrote:And shower gel? Man, that shit drives me nuts. Give me a bar of soap any day.


I just learned recently that use of a washcloth is a cultural thing. I had no idea.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Triple-S » Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:35 pm

Dennis Manoloff ‏@dmansworld474 9m
Trent says he's going to put a picture of @LullOnSports in his locker to serve as motivation. "The one where he's on his yacht, smiling"

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHA!

I hope Trent makes the Pro Bowl now.

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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Hikohadon » Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:59 pm

Triple-S wrote:Dennis Manoloff ‏@dmansworld474 9m
Trent says he's going to put a picture of @LullOnSports in his locker to serve as motivation. "The one where he's on his yacht, smiling"

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHA!

I hope Trent makes the Pro Bowl now.

Joe Lull is a moron.


Who is Joe Lull? Why does Richardson want to look at yacht pictures of him?
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby jb » Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:33 pm

peeker643 wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:
Cerebral_DownTime wrote:
peeker643 wrote: Shampoo is better because it cleans the hair.



jb wrote: Conditioner is better because it leaves the hair silky and smooth



Hikohadon wrote:Stop looking at me, swan.


:clap:

Like Peeks knows anything about hair. But I guess he could read about it and regurgitate his opinion based upon what he read and then exalt in his resounding triumph when GQ announced that shampoo is indeed better.


I use plain, old soap/shower gel.

But I will read up and look at all the information. I will not just go 6 beers deep and swallow the first wad of goo the hometown team spurts out.... err the shamppo/conditioned maker spurts out, and take it as being implicitly the right move.

Ya know, I have to be able to see both sides of an issue when doing what I do all day. No lines in the sand as those lead to delay and conflict. And sht don't get better with time when it's built on conflict. It gets more expensive for everyone. I gotta find the good in our insureds and clients but I better be realistic about their warts and call a loser a loser when I see such a case.

I'm not upset with Weeden or TRich. They were always flawed and those picks were always fucking stupid and desperate and made by men who were stupid and desperate and who hadn't gotten much right up to that very point. I'm just disappointed in guys who should know better falling for the old banana in the tailpipe gag.

Again.

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But I love ya both. You're my boys. Yoo're just a couple little gullible rascals. Always getting yourselves into adventures of the heart.

I have no resentment, JB. I have fun.

This shit just don't mean much at the end of the day.

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I do have a pathological need to not be misunderstood.

In hindsight, one man's open mind with no lines drawn in the sand that reached immutable conclusion before one NFL pass is another man's closed mind of not even giving prospects a chance. Subjective, I know. ;-) ;) :wink:

That, and a little perceived big in the britches ball busting from your brothers in stupidity for reasons covered up thread in the draft preview pieces best put to rest.

Having said that, I think this all went wheels off when I mistakenly posted something like "now that we have our QB" which was intended to be now that we have our QB prospect who could solve our issues there and Eye lost it and guffawed and hemmed and blasted. peeker rushed thru the breech.

It all went bad from there.

As always, I untimately blame EYE.

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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby HoodooMan » Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:38 pm

jb wrote:As always, I untimately blame EYE.


With good reason.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby e0y2e3 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:48 pm

Effin Gingers....
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby jb » Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:49 pm

e0y2e3 wrote:Effin Gingers....



Me, you, Hiko & hoo doo are really the 4 main south park characters. I see it.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby mattvan1 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:52 pm

Ok, hopefully back on topic.

Someone please help me understand which of the following just happened?

1. TRich did not fit the Browns concept of what the Norv offense wants in a RB
2. TRich could have sufficed but Banner could find a similar guy in Round 4
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby e0y2e3 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:53 pm

T-Rich fits a Norv offense fine.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby mattvan1 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:59 pm

e0y2e3 wrote:T-Rich fits a Norv offense fine.


That's what I thought - Stephan Davis, Ryan Matthews,,,,,

so was it just about value, or something more?
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby e0y2e3 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:00 pm

jb wrote:
e0y2e3 wrote:Effin Gingers....



Me, you, Hiko & hoo doo are really the 4 main south park characters. I see it.


So that makes Peeker Wendy?

Or are Peeker and Hiko actually Terrance and Phillip?
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby e0y2e3 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:00 pm

mattvan1 wrote:
e0y2e3 wrote:T-Rich fits a Norv offense fine.


That's what I thought - Stephan Davis, Ryan Matthews,,,,,

so was it just about value, or something more?


Yes.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby bac5665 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:14 pm

It was, until we have a QB, we need 3 first round picks each draft so we can trade to get the one we want.

That was the reason to make this move. That and a first round for T-rich is a great deal.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby motherscratcher » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:24 pm

I guess that makes me Butters.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby peeker643 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:26 pm

T Rich fits and Weeden's best chance of being anything is Norv. I believe both those are true. Still.

I also believe they were also always bastard reaches of a failed regime that the new regime was willing to look at this year in the hopes they'd develop into solid players or great players. But they showed in games 1 and 2 that that one still couldn't throw a changeup and hit a back 20 yards open and one won't stop looking for Alabama-sized holes between Mack and Cousins or between Mack and Greco.

And then, one gets an owie and one draws a first round offer and that's all she wrote.

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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby municipalmutt » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:38 pm

Banbardi stock piling picks for 2014 doesn't concern me. Banbardi MAKING the picks in 2014 is what concerns me.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby HoodooMan » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:40 pm

"So Joe Banner showed up at my door last night. He said he had a broken down team, and he needed more draft picks to get a good quarterback. I said it's about damn time! I've been asking for at least three different quarterbacks every year since 1999! When I asked him how many draft picks he needed, he said 'Bout Tree Fiddy."
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby bookelly » Thu Sep 19, 2013 6:42 pm

I'd be happier with this move if it wasn't made by a truck stop owner potentially under indictment, a narcissist President, and a retarded 7th grader as GM.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby Triple-S » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:48 pm

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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby leadpipe » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:55 pm

As a Browns fan, you can't help but hearken back to better times.

Even on this very site I have fond memories of the thread titled "Browns Roster Talent Level 2013."

Things were great back then.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby HoodooMan » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:57 pm

So I see Mike still isn't watching the Browns...
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby HoodooMan » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:59 pm

leadpipe wrote:As a Browns fan, you can't help but hearken back to better times.

Even on this very site I have fond memories of the thread titled "Browns Roster Talent Level 2013."

Things were great back then.


:santa:

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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby HoodooMan » Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:01 pm

For real, Mike. 3.5 YPC. I sure hope McGahee & Co are up to it.

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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby leadpipe » Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:30 pm

HoodooMan wrote:For real, Mike. 3.5 YPC. I sure hope McGahee & Co are up to it.

[SMILEY FACE GUY WHO IS ROLLING HIS SMILEY EYES]


To be fair, if the guy saw something he liked in Chazzy Frye, he's probably under the impression that TR is a Jim Brown/Barry Sanders combo.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby motherscratcher » Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:31 pm

Sounds like Holmgrum won't be giving playoff tickets to Joe Banner.
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby HoodooMan » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:30 pm

Season leading rushers since 1999, sorted by YPC:

'10 Hills 4.4
'09 Harrison 4.4
'07 Lewis 4.4
'05 Droughns 4.0
'03 Green 3.9
'02 Green 3.7
'04 Suggs 3.7
'11 Hills 3.6
'08 Lewis 3.6
'12 Richardson: 3.6
'99 Kirby 3.5
'06 Droughns 3.4
'13 Richardson: 3.4
'00 Prentice 3.0
'01 Jackson 2.8
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Re: T-Rich to the Colts

Unread postby justmebd » Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:44 pm

motherscratcher wrote:I guess that makes me Butters.

Am I Clyde?
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