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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by vk3000gt, Sep 12, 2013.
I refuse to click on a link to anything Bianchi writes.
His article makes complete sense for once. C'mon Jags pull the trigger and do something right for a change
People still read Bianchi? I did not know that.
This. Don't click the link.
I don't click on his stuff but if he's making a case that the Jags should sign Tim he's right. Tim would give them a better chance of winning than their present QBs (assuming last Sunday was more or less typical for them).
I don't think he gives a shit
this might be a reach, but with what is going on in Tampa...Could Schiano be on the hot seat and a whole change in direction for the Bucs? Talk about a franchise that needs to sell tickets and get its fan base back.
Nubla, odd little picture... proud young men, I guess.
Did not realize that...News.:shhh:
Helps explain a whole lot.
Actually, the owner said he wanted him. I think it was the former coach that said no thanks. Mike Mularkey, former gator. I could be wrong though
Robert Kraft, the Patriots owner, is Jewish and he loved Tim. Why do you think the Jags owner would be any different?
it won't happen. jags gm, caldwell will not stand for it. at least that is what he said pre-season but if week one becomes a re-occuring theme then maybe... just maybe. id actually buy tickets to see him, otherwise unless the tix are free you won't catch me spending money on that garbage
If football choices boil down to religion-
then I will quit watching the NFL forever.
It's supposed to be about winning games, because obviously character has been thrown out of the window when selecting players.
it is not because of the difference in faith between kahn and tebow. kahn even said last year that he wanted tebow, and then gm caldwell came and flushed that down the toilet
Well, considering Caldwell is producing neither wins nor butts-in-seats, I don't imagine his wishes are going to count for much longer.
Unless they're doing this on purpose due to behind the scenes cahooting aimed at moving this team to Los Angeles. Now you must excuse me, I need to find my tinfoil hat.
Kurt Warner was a devout Christian that openly praised God in his interviews and he had a long, prosperous NFL career. Then again, he had a quick release, didn't throw passes at his receivers feet and could read defenses.
He quoted Dylan without credit.