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    Blah, blah, blah... smack, blah, blah, blah... off-topic.... yaddy yadda yadda...

    Barbie's Careers

    Since Barbie's introduction in 1959, the doll has been portrayed with many different careers. Different dolls are sold with sets of clothes and accessories that fit the career being portrayed. For a example, the Lifeguard Barbie play set includes a Barbie, an outfit with shoes, a lifeguard chair, a dolphin, and a life preserver, while the Italian Teacher Barbie includes a Barbie, an outfit with shoes, flash cards, an Italian quiz, an easel, a notebook, a key chain, and a hairbrush. Each career is created to give children the option of exploring new careers and help them learn new things.[1]

    According to Mattel, Barbie has had over 200 inspirational careers, and more recently including more STEM fields. read more (click it, you know you want to)

    Hey, it's smack!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    Blah, blah, blah... smack, blah, blah, blah... off-topic.... yaddy yadda yadda...

    Barbie's Careers

    Since Barbie's introduction in 1959, the doll has been portrayed with many different careers. Different dolls are sold with sets of clothes and accessories that fit the career being portrayed. For a example, the Lifeguard Barbie play set includes a Barbie, an outfit with shoes, a lifeguard chair, a dolphin, and a life preserver, while the Italian Teacher Barbie includes a Barbie, an outfit with shoes, flash cards, an Italian quiz, an easel, a notebook, a key chain, and a hairbrush. Each career is created to give children the option of exploring new careers and help them learn new things.[1]

    According to Mattel, Barbie has had over 200 inspirational careers, and more recently including more STEM fields. read more (click it, you know you want to)

    Hey, it's smack!

    I'm sorry but I've been told by other moderators to stick to the thread topic and have been given infractions for veering off topic. And how could it be smack if it's not football related?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    I'm sorry but I've been told by other moderators to stick to the thread topic and have been given infractions for veering off topic. And how could it be smack if it's not football related?
    You've been around enough to understand smack. But if you must, then stick to the topic which is Baph and his relation to NE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    Your crap Broncos team was caught cheating before NE was, which you conveniently forget. We have on record one former Broncos player saying he used illegal stick em and vaseline to get an edge EVERY game. And a few of his teammates were caught before a playoff game too. So pot meet kettle.

    Now stop stereotyping people of the Northeast. From the Northeast came the first patriots in this country. Be respectful!
    Stink says a lot of stupid (like someone I know) just to rile up his 8am listeners. Itís a pathetic attempt at a ratings boost...

    Again stop taking what the talking heads have to say so literal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    But if you must, then stick to the topic which is Baph and his relation to NE.
    I'd be happy to. I just wish others would as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    I'd be happy to. I just wish others would as well.
    Quoting only that part is taking the whole out of context.

    If you need to discuss this further, please start a thread in the Community Issues forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    Stink says a lot of stupid (like someone I know) just to rile up his 8am listeners. It’s a pathetic attempt at a ratings boost...

    Again stop taking what the talking heads have to say so literal.
    So now you are saying he's lying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    LOL you really are stuck on yourself but there is no way in hell that I would predict Bradley Chubb getting 20 sack just to get under your skin. The nerve of you and I know youíd like to think that but no...

    BUT we know all can see that it does get under your skin because you prove that over and over with your whining.

    Now I really feel that Bradley Chubb is more than capable of getting to 20 sacks and it shows how much faith I have in a superstar caliber type player like Chubb that I do.

    I donít live my life in fear Darph, and Iím not going to detour from making bold predictions for a player that I know is more than capable just because you live in fear but instead of admitting it you just call everything stupid.

    However Iíd greatly discourage you from making the same prediction for Bosa because in that case it would be extremely ďstupidĒ.

    Bosa just isnít capable and he isnít even in the same zip code as Bradley Chubb is on a talent level.
    Explain to me why you think bosa isnít in his league when Iíve provided facts that say not only is that not true but bosa is the very top tier of pass rushers in the league.

    These posts of yours make me laugh because itís so ridiculous. I donít get upset over ridiculousness, I try to understand why and will be waiting for you to explain your logic behind your outlandish opinions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    I'd be happy to. I just wish others would as well.
    Yeah, stay on topic Man-E-Faces. The topic is how Baph fails miserably by being you.

    Ok go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by baphamet View Post
    Explain to me why you think bosa isnít in his league when Iíve provided facts that say not only is that not true but bosa is the very top tier of pass rushers in the league.

    These posts of yours make me laugh because itís so ridiculous. I donít get upset over ridiculousness, I try to understand why and will be waiting for you to explain your logic behind your outlandish opinions.
    You provided facts? More like articles from PFF.

    I donít need to rely on the opinions of the talking heads in sports media or magazine journalists, Iíve watched both Chubb and Bosa play and although Bosa has talent and agility he doesnít have the strength and versatility that Bradley Chubb possesses.

    Bradley has size, speed, strength, stamina, and skill! Bosa on the other hand, Judging by that ridiculous dome on his most northern region, Iíd say he has about half the intelligence of say Rob Gronkowski!

    Now Bosa does have a never give up attitude on every play which is great and I applaud him for that but with his size and moderate strength heís got nothing much other than his quick spin move but thatís against fatter heavier NFL tackles, otherwise heíd be flat out dominated.

    Sooner or later most of those tackles will learn to combat that spin move and take it away leaving Bosa with nothing!

    Bosa moves fast and gets around some tackles but not until after heís shoved around or the QB moves out of the pocket.

    Bradley Chubb does a lot of the pushing and shoving! Chubb bullies tackles and guards while Bosa gets bullied by those tackles and guards.

    Bosa is out there attempting to give his impression of Von Miller but heís not on that level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    I only see 1 top corner in Chris Harris. The Pats wide receivers including Edelman, Harry, Meyers, Thomas, and possibly Gordon will make your secondary look silly. Then we will hit you with our running game with Michel, White, and Harris.
    You donít see Bryce Callahan as being one of the best Zone cover corners or even consider his high regards by many as one of the best slot cover corners in the league?

    Kareem Jackson is ranked number 5 right behind CHJ out of the best across the league and I know the Texans have been around less than 20 years but heís already theyíre all time leader with intís and donít even try to say that is a result from playing with Watt because Watt has been injured like 60 percent of the time over the last few years...

    Now you mentioned all your loser receivers (aside from that bearded hobbit and Thomas) but not all of those guys can be on the field at once while adding significant protection for brady.

    What are they going to do going against the likes of CHJ, K Jackson, and Bryce Callahan not mention other cover specialist in Denver such as a Isaac Yiadom or Will Parks while attempting to block Von Miller, Bradley Chubb, Malik Reed, Shelby Harris, and Dreímont Jones???

    Our safeties are also big play, ball hawking heavy hitters in Justin Simmons, Síua Cravens and Jamal Carter! You can laugh all you want to like baph and say denver has little talent but that would more than prove your ignorance when it comes to this team and the person coaching them.

    You mentioned DT, but DT has slown down so much that the opposition will actually consider him nothing more than a possession reciever at this point in his career and if Denver and New England do end up meeting in the playoffs, DT is going to take some heavy licks out there right along with edlemen on those short fades!

    Now to honor the thread title, If you were actually darph, youíd know all of this however that doesnít mean two Parasites couldnít share the same host.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    You provided facts? More like articles from PFF.
    let me stop you right there. i simply looked up the stats myself and did the calculations on my phone.

    bosa 33 games started, 28.5 sacks, 879 sacks per game average
    https://www.pro-football-reference.c...B/BosaJo00.htm
    von miller 120 games started, 98 sacks, .817 sacks per game average
    https://www.pro-football-reference.c...M/MillVo00.htm
    chubb 16 games started, 12 sacks, .750 sacks per game average
    https://www.pro-football-reference.c...C/ChubBr00.htm

    FACT

    bosa is a top tier pass rusher, he gets top tier pressure and sacks when he is actually healthy, which he is.

    so tell me again why you think bosa would only get 10 sacks "at best" over a 16 game season based on the FACTS i just presented to you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    You donít see Bryce Callahan as being one of the best Zone cover corners or even consider his high regards by many as one of the best slot cover corners in the league?

    Kareem Jackson is ranked number 5 right behind CHJ out of the best across the league and I know the Texans have been around less than 20 years but heís already theyíre all time leader with intís and donít even try to say that is a result from playing with Watt because Watt has been injured like 60 percent of the time over the last few years...

    Now you mentioned all your loser receivers (aside from that bearded hobbit and Thomas) but not all of those guys can be on the field at once while adding significant protection for brady.

    What are they going to do going against the likes of CHJ, K Jackson, and Bryce Callahan not mention other cover specialist in Denver such as a Isaac Yiadom or Will Parks while attempting to block Von Miller, Bradley Chubb, Malik Reed, Shelby Harris, and Dreímont Jones???

    Our safeties are also big play, ball hawking heavy hitters in Justin Simmons, Síua Cravens and Jamal Carter! You can laugh all you want to like baph and say denver has little talent but that would more than prove your ignorance when it comes to this team and the person coaching them.

    You mentioned DT, but DT has slown down so much that the opposition will actually consider him nothing more than a possession reciever at this point in his career and if Denver and New England do end up meeting in the playoffs, DT is going to take some heavy licks out there right along with edlemen on those short fades!

    Now to honor the thread title, If you were actually darph, youíd know all of this however that doesnít mean two Parasites couldnít share the same host.
    Bryce Callahan has not been known to be one of the better slot corners in the league. Really, Chris Harris is the only good member of your secondary. Of course, your secondary is nothing compared to NEís, which is one of the best if not the best in the league.

    Without getting into more specifics, the Denver D has some good players (because they tank every other year) but overall is nothing to write home about. It could get better but weíll have to see. Belichick and Brady took care (embarrassed) Fangioís D last year, which wad better than this yearís Doncos D.

    NEís receivers will be tough to stop this year. Edelman, Harry, Dorsett, Harris, Gordon, and Thomas is a deep corps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    NE’s receivers will be tough to stop this year. Edelman, Harry, Dorsett, Harris, Gordon, and Thomas is a deep corps.
    You don't have Gronk. That is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    Bryce Callahan has not been known to be one of the better slot corners in the league. Really, Chris Harris is the only good member of your secondary. Of course, your secondary is nothing compared to NEís, which is one of the best if not the best in the league.

    Without getting into more specifics, the Denver D has some good players (because they tank every other year) but overall is nothing to write home about. It could get better but weíll have to see. Belichick and Brady took care (embarrassed) Fangioís D last year, which wad better than this yearís Doncos D.

    NEís receivers will be tough to stop this year. Edelman, Harry, Dorsett, Harris, Gordon, and Thomas is a deep corps.
    Hey..... I thought the topic in here was about Baph??? LOL

    Child....... Don't be Childish


    Since this is a Baph thread, I'm going to go to the Baph football bible....

    https://www.pff.com/news/pro-top-25-...he-nfl-in-2018

    Denver has 3 Corners in the top 10 coming out of last year and NE has 2........ 3>2
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