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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by mozzerpete View Post
    Thanks for the CP, at least I know now you're not a liar.
    you're welcome

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  • mozzerpete
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    you said at this point broncos fans respect browns fans more than chargers fans. i respect both browns and the remaining chargers fans more than fairweather front running broncos fans that can't seem to handle one bad season, i will tell you that.
    Thanks for the CP, at least I know now you're not a liar.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    It's a futures contract, there's literally no down side to giving him that. You bring him in, have him kick against a rookie, or free agent and go from there. If he's terrible you cut him, nothing lost. If he's good, it's found money.
    i get that logic but my argument is....how can you tell? you can't fabricate the pressure from regular season or playoff games, which is the issue with him. even if he looks great in practice, that doesn't mean he will be okay when the pressure is on.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by mozzerpete View Post
    When did I state "nobody respects chargers fans"?

    Either your comprehension is weak, or you're purposely lying.
    Which one is it?

    Don't worry I'll wait.
    you said at this point broncos fans respect browns fans more than chargers fans. i respect both browns and the remaining chargers fans more than fairweather front running broncos fans that can't seem to handle one bad season, i will tell you that.

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    i'm not sure how if he is just blasting kicks through the uprights in practice. i get what you're saying about the sports psychologist, that's not a new concept. us chargers fans thought the same about nate kaeding and if it were that easy he would have been fixed, instead dude retired.

    my question is, if the pressure of the regular season is too much form him to handle, what's going to happen if the chargers make the playoffs? there isn't a psychologist in the world that will reassure me that he will be okay, he needs to prove it somehow.

    like i said, the only way you give that guy a roster spot is if you have insurance on the PS. even then, is it worth it? i don't think it is unless the chargers can't find anything better which would be a shame.

    my guess is he doesn't make the final 53 next season.
    It's a futures contract, there's literally no down side to giving him that. You bring him in, have him kick against a rookie, or free agent and go from there. If he's terrible you cut him, nothing lost. If he's good, it's found money.

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  • Freyaka
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    so at the end of the season Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn said the teams biggest priority going into the off season was to get a "long term answer, not just a band aid" at the place kicker position.

    so tom telesco proceeds to sign former bucs kicker Roberto Aguayo????

    Anthony Lynn right now.........



    (so boring in smack right now )
    BHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    That doesn't even require a smack response, that move is absurd

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  • mozzerpete
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    then why talk about how nobody respects chargers fans when you don't deserve respect as a fan yourself? those fans that still show up to the games, who are always outnumbered by the opposing teams fans in their own stadium, those dudes are hardcore and deserve respect in my book.

    as far as your political point, i won't touch that one here.
    When did I state "nobody respects chargers fans"?

    Either your comprehension is weak, or you're purposely lying.
    Which one is it?

    Don't worry I'll wait.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    He's been so mentally broke that they'll be able to tell. And as I previously said, if they're serious about it they'll have him doing some heavy duty time with a sports psychologist, that person would also be able to give them into a glimpse of his psyche.

    Low risk, high reward situation.
    i'm not sure how if he is just blasting kicks through the uprights in practice. i get what you're saying about the sports psychologist, that's not a new concept. us chargers fans thought the same about nate kaeding and if it were that easy he would have been fixed, instead dude retired.

    my question is, if the pressure of the regular season is too much form him to handle, what's going to happen if the chargers make the playoffs? there isn't a psychologist in the world that will reassure me that he will be okay, he needs to prove it somehow.

    like i said, the only way you give that guy a roster spot is if you have insurance on the PS. even then, is it worth it? i don't think it is unless the chargers can't find anything better which would be a shame.

    my guess is he doesn't make the final 53 next season.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by mozzerpete View Post
    Since you asked, I attended one game this year. As a first-generation U.S. citizen and Chicago resident; someone with zero ties to either city, Den or their opponent, one of the aspects I find to be glorious is when we all stand for our National Anthem just before kickoff. When I saw players (IMO) disrespect my country's flag, I got this weird feeling that the one thing bonding me to others in the stadium was being threatened thus making me feel like an outsider in a crowded stadium. Since then, I decided never to put myself in that position, again.

    I still enjoy the Broncos, but I'm OK with not being a die-hard fan like you suggest.

    Thanks for stopping by yet again and a "special thanks" for smacking your team on our board.
    then why talk about how nobody respects chargers fans when you don't deserve respect as a fan yourself? those fans that still show up to the games, who are always outnumbered by the opposing teams fans in their own stadium, those dudes are hardcore and deserve respect in my book.

    as far as your political point, i won't touch that one here.
    Last edited by baphamet; 01-14-2018, 06:43 PM.

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    the thing is they won't be able to tell in OTA's or even TC because there is no pressure other than competition among kickers trying out for the job.
    He's been so mentally broke that they'll be able to tell. And as I previously said, if they're serious about it they'll have him doing some heavy duty time with a sports psychologist, that person would also be able to give them into a glimpse of his psyche.

    Low risk, high reward situation.

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  • mozzerpete
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    i smack my own team all the time, even when they are superior to your team like they are right now. as far as respect goes, i couldn't care less but most broncos fans are front running band wagon jumpers anyways who don't deserve respect in my book.

    how come so many no shows at home this season? you want to talk about respect? the small amount of chargers fans left are more hardcore and deserve more respect than most of you donkey fans who lost your mind and stopped caring after one bad season

    most of you don't have what it takes to be true die hard fans and thus deserve no respect.
    Since you asked, I attended one game this year. As a first-generation U.S. citizen and Chicago resident; someone with zero ties to either city, Den or their opponent, one of the aspects I find to be glorious is when we all stand for our National Anthem just before kickoff. When I saw players (IMO) disrespect my country's flag, I got this weird feeling that the one thing bonding me to others in the stadium was being threatened thus making me feel like an outsider in a crowded stadium. Since then, I decided never to put myself in that position, again.

    I still enjoy the Broncos, but I'm OK with not being a die-hard fan like you suggest.

    Thanks for stopping by yet again and a "special thanks" for smacking your team on our board.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    I actually don't mind it. He's on a cheap contract and will have early OTAs to earn a spot. He was a great kicker in college, he just mentally broke down, and everything is in his head. Get him into a sports psychologist for some heavy duty sessions. If he gets right, it's found money, if not you release him during camp.
    the thing is they won't be able to tell in OTA's or even TC because there is no pressure other than competition among kickers trying out for the job.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by mozzerpete View Post
    You know one has hit rock bottom when one purposely talks smack about their team on their rival's smack board. At this point, it's safe to assume Broncos fans respect Browns fans more than Chargers fans.
    i smack my own team all the time, even when they are superior to your team like they are right now. as far as respect goes, i couldn't care less but most broncos fans are front running band wagon jumpers anyways who don't deserve respect in my book.

    how come so many no shows at home this season? you want to talk about respect? the small amount of chargers fans left are more hardcore and deserve more respect than most of you donkey fans who lost your mind and stopped caring after one bad season

    most of you don't have what it takes to be true die hard fans and thus deserve no respect.
    Last edited by baphamet; 01-12-2018, 08:39 PM.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    he wanted to...true but there are many reasons why something happens...just like why the bolts let wade walk knowing they had plans to fire Marty...they could have kept wade but didn't

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-was-amicable/

    While the source also said the split between the two sides was amicable, with Phillips wanting to move to L.A., where his daughter lives, there were other factors at play. Defensive backs coach Joe Woods was starting to become a hot name for potential defensive coordinator jobs; the Broncos didn’t want to lose him to another team. (Because Woods was still under contract, the Broncos could have blocked him. They believed the better course was to ensure he got his promotion without leaving.)
    Also, money was an issue. Not this year, but a year ago. Phillips, per multiple sources, wanted to be the highest-paid defensive coordinator in the NFL after the Broncos won Super Bowl 50. The Broncos resisted, and Phillips entered his contract year with the intent of becoming a coaching free agent.
    if the chargers truly had plans of firing Marty they would not have waited until two weeks before the combine to do it.

    their plans were to keep marty but after he lost both coordinators he became expendable in their mind due to the friction between him and smith. not defending the firing of marty, it was a mistake but do you really believe hiring wade was the answer? norv turner isn't any better or worse than wade Philips as a HC.
    Last edited by baphamet; 01-12-2018, 08:43 PM.

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  • arapaho
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    Originally posted by westside Bronco View Post
    You mean Josh LAME-BO ?

    How about a kick -off between Lame-Bo Aguayo, and lets not forget That guy out of KOREA !
    Lol someone didn’t see Lambo with about a 97% success rate this year

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