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  1. ...or sign Robby Anderson from NYJ. From...

    ...or sign Robby Anderson from NYJ.

    From NFL.com 2020 NFL free agency: Free agents by position

    3) Robby Anderson, free agent
    Robby Anderson is known for his speed, and he made some big-boy...
  2. The NFL Mock Draft Database...

    The NFL Mock Draft Database links to 259 currently.
    "The Web's Most Comprehensive NFL Mock Draft Experience.
    Featuring the industry's top draft analysts and experts, our streamlined format presents...
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    No New Tale to Tell -- Love And Rockets from...

    No New Tale to Tell -- Love And Rockets from Earth, Sun, Moon (1987)
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    Well the fans appreciate what he did for us, he's...

    Well the fans appreciate what he did for us, he's been mentioned a few times in this thread. He only played eight seasons and once medically-cleared after his injury, chose to retire instead of...
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    "A Hazy Shade of Winter" is a song by American...

    "A Hazy Shade of Winter" is a song by American music duo Simon & Garfunkel, released on October 22, 1966, initially as a stand-alone single, but subsequently included on the duo's fourth studio...
  6. I doubt he has a whole lot of fuel left, and it...

    I doubt he has a whole lot of fuel left, and it would be an enormous risk (and an unnecessary salary cap drain too) when the odds are high that he could completely fall apart just like Peyton Manning...
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    Dirty White Boy Artist: Foreigner Album: Head...

    Dirty White Boy
    Artist: Foreigner
    Album: Head Games
    Released: 1979
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    Congratulations! :salute:

    Congratulations! :salute:
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    Well done! :salute:

    Well done! :salute:
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    Well done! :salute:

    Well done! :salute:
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    Congratulations, bud! :beer: Well done and well...

    Congratulations, bud! :beer: Well done and well deserved! :salute:
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    He can elevate the receivers. If I was...

    He can elevate the receivers.



    If I was going to go the Manning route, I would probably choose some elite protection for the pocket statue, like Zimmerman. PM was fine against poor-average pass...
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    I think I'd want to address our top needs so I...

    I think I'd want to address our top needs so I would consider Gary Zimmerman, Malik Jackson or Trevor Pryce, Al Wilson, Rod Smith, and Champ Bailey.

    Only two? I want to shore up the trenches so...
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    I was a big fan of Dungy's D in Tampa and watched...

    I was a big fan of Dungy's D in Tampa and watched as many of their games as I could, so I saw a lot of Lynch and needless to say I was beyond thrilled when Shanny signed him in '04 (same year we...
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    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/b9/15/95/b91595748f...

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    I miss Malik Jackson -we need to find one of...

    I miss Malik Jackson -we need to find one of those, a total beastmaster against the run and the pass. [Recall how our pass D dropped right after he left.] We were able to contain another slippery...
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    Happy Birthday, Rem! :cheers:

    Happy Birthday, Rem! :cheers:
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    We're just talking about Superbowls, right? If...

    We're just talking about Superbowls, right? If the Broncos aren't in it, some folks will root for the AFC contender because that's the Broncos "home" conference. The mindset is predicated upon the...
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    A big reason why the Niners stuffed the Chefs for...

    A big reason why the Niners stuffed the Chefs for most of the game was their monstrous D-Line tore through KC's O-line and pressured, sacked or knocked Mahomes down. We need to build that up and get...
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    I know a lot of people who are simply loyal to...

    I know a lot of people who are simply loyal to the AFC. Perhaps it's residual from that era in the '80s and '90s when the NFC won every superbowl for about fifteen years until the Broncos got it back...
  21. Thread: Tom Brady?

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    Yep, like Favre's last year in Minn.

    Yep, like Favre's last year in Minn.
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    Exactly! 10 characters

    Exactly!

    10 characters
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    I think it's on Shanahan, repeating the mistake...

    I think it's on Shanahan, repeating the mistake of SB51 as the Falcons OC where another lead was blown, "snatching defeat from the jaws of victory" as it were with head-scratching, horrible...
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    Carroll is a defensive coach, and his D was the...

    Carroll is a defensive coach, and his D was the real force that won their championship. No small wonder they couldn't keep the "LOB" D together --neither could we, nor the Bucs, Ravens, Bears, etc. ...
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    And good coaching, Reid and Spags. Reid took...

    And good coaching, Reid and Spags. Reid took over that team in 2013 and had the Chefs winning and in the playoffs immediately and in every year except 2014. Mahomes didn't play til the very end of...
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