NFL General Discussion......

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  1. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0 Staff Member

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  3. AZBuckeye

    AZBuckeye Super Duper Moderater

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    Another reason not to draft WRs.

    If the Browns wanted we could have had:

    Jarvis Landry
    Michael Crabtree
    Brandin Cooks
    Terrelle Pryor
    Dez Bryant
    OBJ (via trade)

    It’s abdolutely insane how many top level WRs are being cut, but that’s a hard position to stay dominant in.

    Very reassuring that the Browns are going with a QB with 1st overall. I personally think they need to go after Allen or Rosen (though I prefer Allen).
     
  4. PsykoSockPuppet

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    You'd be crazy to pay all those guys the money they'll command, if that were the scenario.

    With Tyrod or a rookie throwing to them? Itd be a complete waste. Itd be a complete waste even if you already had an established QB.
     
  5. AZBuckeye

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    There's a zero % chance anyone would take all of them, but I'm saying that that's who was available to choose from.

    Crabtree, Cooks, and Pryor are all well priced players that could have complimented Gordon if the Browns were willing to give up picks (for Cooks).

    In the end, I'm pretty happy with the current set of players we have.
     
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    The market for Dez will be interesting............

    How much does anyone want a receiver who has a bad attitude, does not get separation and generally likes to complain.......

     
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  14. wesbranscum

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    Look, I couldn't care less if player kneeled for anthem. As long as they back up their protest like Malcolm Jenkins and others. I'm okay with it. I'm not okay with Kap not speaking for himself and wearing pig socks and so on.

    That being said, I can not in my right mind support a league that is going to be this asinine. A penalty for kneeling. REALLY?!?!
     
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  15. AZBuckeye

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    Time for every player in the league to take a damn knee. Ownership just took this beyond a political protest with this decision. This is now a direct challenge to player's rights by owners. I don't see how this will end well.
     
  16. wesbranscum

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    Why didn't NFL adopt NBA policy. Everyone must stand for anthem, but have freedom to Express themselves in pregame. Sounds like a win to me. If it can work for NBA why not NFL
     
  17. Bucknut502

    Bucknut502 JT's only fan

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    The NFL has such a broad fan base, whereas the NBA doesn’t as much. The NFL ratings were down because people who also watch NASCAR decided to boycott the NFL. The owners don’t care who watches, they just want ratings and a full stadium.
     
  18. Block "O"

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    Good, now they can form PACs if they truly believe in this cause and stop using company time. Freedom of speech doesn't mean you get to use yours on company time. However, I'm surprised the NFL acted at all, these protests had turned into white noise in the background.
     
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  19. OSUBasketballJunkie

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    I am all for free speech and respect their decision to not stand...........

    However, the NFL is a job and they are on there time........

    Don't like it? Find another job.

    Personally, I think not standing for the national anthem is disrespectful to all those who have sacrificed for their freedom of speech.......

    This is how dysfunctional this country as become where standing for the flag has become a political issue.........
     
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    Amen and amen.
    Go Bucks
     

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