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  1. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    It's weird. On one hand, part of me thinks it has to be fabricated, because who does that!?! On the other hand, part of me thinks it has to be real because who the hell would construct that as the lie!?!
  2. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    Look at what merely being involved with a murder investigation did to Collins. Hard to imagine Conley gets drafted if there is any appearance of legitimacy to the girl's claims. ETA: Just looked at the specifics and what the f*** is the world coming to. Invite the girl, who you met in an elevator, for a foursome, she declines but offers to watch two of the potential foursome have sex in a hotel bathroom. Hell of a story.
  3. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    Underrated move by the Pats today signing Gillislee to an offer sheet. They either make Buffalo pay a chunk of money for a backup RB, or sign the #1 back in DVOA from last year (to go along with the #2 back they already signed in Burkhead)
  4. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    On the game, I'd agree. But he's (allegedly) using his capacity as an NFL player to commit that fraud, which I think the NFL would see as a huge issue, as Kalbear points out.
  5. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    Maybe this is just the result of 5 years of accounting education and 2 years in audit, but actual fraud is a much bigger deal than cheating (and I'm on the record as stating the NFL needs to retake high school science and think about the meaning of due process).
  6. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    He was an SEC QB after all.... If Eli is involved, it is fraud. But I guarantee Eli gets off lighter than Tom Brady, who allegedly let some air out of a football (and has a defense based on the laws of physics....)
  7. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    Why not just do like a Goose and refer to them collectively as Meese?
  8. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    Jets aren't far off.
  9. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    McCourty graded out by PFF as a top 3 saftey this season, behind Wheddle and Collins. So Sherman would be a quality fit without getting into salary cap or personality conflicts.
  10. NFL Offseason: What's a Chris Collins Worth?

    I can't imagine they have the capital to move that. Wilson is there, so they can't pull a fast one with Grappolo like they might be able to with a QB desperate team. I also don't see any players they'd be able to trade 1-1 (that they could afford losing). But damn, him and Gilmore would be a fantastic pairing.
  11. NFL Offseason: Trail of Tears or My Cousin Kirky

    While I wouldn't because it wouldn't work financially, and run into the risk of sperry ripping on me for making a point when I can't possibly have him, I'd be estatic with him as a backup. With Romo retiring, it's him and Cutler for who is the best QB to hire to win now IMO. Between those two, give me Kaep. Even if he's not the 2012 iteration, him hitting a hot streak in the playoffs is probably the Texans or Broncos best chance. Don't think the Texans will bite though. Can't imagine they want to alienate half their fanbase.
  12. NFL Offseason: Trail of Tears or My Cousin Kirky

    I haven't heard he's anything special as a leader, but I have NEVER heard any character concerns from anyone football related. I think he has an inappropriate view on when to discuss politics (many disagree), and views I don't agree with (whoop dee fucking doo), and isn't particularly good at reading a defense, but that doesn't mean he has legitimate character concerns. I think JA is using stats that don't reflect the reality of Kaepernick, but his argument is much more rooted in reality than trying to cast aspersions on Kaep's character.
  13. NFL Offseason: Trail of Tears or My Cousin Kirky

    It takes 2 to Tango though, and it seems like the bridge was burned, with the ashes used for soap and the debris ground into fine pieces for road base. Maybe they're working on rebuilding it, but Cousins didn't seem to be on board.
  14. NFL Offseason: Trail of Tears or My Cousin Kirky

    I thought the ineligible WR's lined up in a slightly different spot (on/off line) so the 6th OT was actually appropriately positioned as an eligible receiver. So they weren't "reporting as an eligible receiver" that was the difference, it was merely a player that didn't normally play as an eligible receiver lining up in such a way that he was. But since humans are lazy, they just assume the guy rostered as a WR/TE/RB will be the one running the route. If the NFL didn't have the jersey number limits on different players, there wouldn't be an issue.
  15. NFL Offseason: Trail of Tears or My Cousin Kirky

    Going into last season, Forbes had 1/4 of the NFL under that threshold, with the Bills coming in the lowest at $1.5B. With that said, he certainly is low on the Cowboys. Forbes has that at $4.2B, with the Pats a fairly distance second at a lowly $3.4B.