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  1. Yup. I believe there was a reason for the admonishment. No way they nailed him like that on one offense. If so, that would be very unprofessional.
  2. Yeah, I definitely see turkey day as a prime-time game. There also may be some flex-in games later in the season with if division is tight.
  3. We don't know the extent of the relationship between the three QBs. I've never heard a bad thing about Dalton or Foles. IMO, two seasoned veterans vs a rookie QB, tells me that the old fellas wanted their respect and adoration and didn't feel they were getting it. On Justin's end, he's probably thinking his game is way different than the other two, so why delve into things that didn't match his game.
  4. Last time we were there, it was against the chargers. Mitch was QB and drove us to a last second game winning field goal attempt. The guys behind were all negative, saying Parkey was going to blow the 40 yarder. It pissed me off because we spent a lot of money to be on the fifth row and we didn't wanna hear that crap. Parkey doinked it off the upright and I wanted to kill those people. They weren't the only ones. If you go to GB or Indy, the fans are never like that.
  5. You may be on to something. My experience at Soldier Field has been very negative. Jackass fans would probably boo Caleb on the first three and out. I think Bears fans are extremely loyal, but probably the least positive in the league.
  6. Thanks for the list. I'll take a home game against Titans, Patriots or Panthers...
  7. A story from Justin Fields rookie year came out over the weekend. Andy Dalton was working the white board, trying to help Justin with the offense and looked up and Justin was fixated on his phone. Evidently Dalton and Foles let him have it, telling him he was on his own. ESPN 1000 I didn't want to start a jump on Justin thread. Thought it was interesting though.
  8. I was going to post something similar. My thought was, what will be best for Caleb's growth as a player? We could play a scrub team, but how would it feel if Caleb had a terrible game? Then, there's the opposite end of the spectrum if we play a good team and he plays well. At the end of the day, I want what is psychologically best for Caleb.
  9. No, were just sick of you being the fighty person you accuse others of being. It's evident because you wanna group me with the Justin crowd, while I was actually on your side. But here we are. I won't attempt anymore dialog on the matter.
  10. It's you. It's always been you. Just go away. You know what you wrote and the context behind it. Then, you want to cry victim. Your arrogance and constant need to be understood as right is as annoying as your unabomber length diatribes you send as responses.
  11. The reasons I told you to get over yourself were, first, you questioned Pix's ability to assess quarterbacks, which was out of line.(If you are that good at it, maybe you should apply your talents professionally) Secondly, you questioned what I said about my kid.(Not cool) Then there's your attitude like Caleb has arrived, when he hasn't played a down in the league. Also, putting words on my mouth, saying I wasn't impressed with him was dead wrong. Much more important things, than drill accuracy, impressed me about him at rookie camp. Now, you're bringing me up in your rant to AZ. At some point, the common denominator reveals itself.
  12. It's like playing catch. Get over yourself. We used play it for points. Listen, your are right about his technique and anticipation. But, in drills like that it's very very easy. His accuracy may be special, but nobody is seeing it from drills like the ones in rookie camp.
  13. I'll disagree with your disagree. My eighteen year old son can do that and he's a WR. You are dead wrong on the accuracy analogy, but dead right on the mechanics.
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