Speedy recovery and best wishes
Type: Posts; User: Delicreep
Speedy recovery and best wishes
What is the internet etiquette on this?
We all know who he is; he knows we all know that and laughs about it, but what happens when he's called on it?
It doesn't seem right that he then denies...
Got a good one for you.
If they inflated the balls with air that was 140 degrees...perfectly within the rules since there is no stipulation about that at all...than had the balls inspected, the...
I was talking to one of my maintenance guys about this whole thing today. He asked me what I thought the punishment should be. I told him that the only thing I was certain of was that the league...
Ah..on that we agree.
I certainly don't know; I'm just saying that there is room for the possibility.
sorry...that was intended to show that they were not on the field as you asserted.
The part about indications is not related to that particular article.
You have invented the rule that they are on the field.
I'm citing sources that say they were in a locker room, and each team got their footballs 10 minutes before the game started.
If that were true, I'd give them an extra draft pick for having the stones
my view is he did exactly what he was suppose to do...keep them in his possession until 10 minutes before the game.
How am I saying anything but that?
but they both say the same thing.
Nowhere does the rule book say they are kept on the field (they were not)
And both say they are given to the team about 10 minutes before the game
mine was from what actually happened, which seems somewhat relevant
I edited my post and cited a source.
No...they were most specifically not on the field as you say
they had 10 minutes tops.
Once the footballs were approved for game use, they remained in the officials locker room until about 10 minutes prior to kickoff, at which point officials handed 12 of...
Why is that?
Time's obviously not an issue.
There's a missing item here:
...the procedure is that each team supplies the footballs that it will use on offense during the game, and the home team supplies an additional set of footballs to be...
I actually wonder if the issue is that the Patriots are just the worst team in the league at "cheating".
Or perhaps, because they have been so dominant, that they are watched more carefully than any...
Assuming they don't like his progress, why would it make sense to make him a post June 1 cut?
I am not sure what is stranger:
1) that the Eagles won't make a good offer to keep him
2) that he #3 FA wide receiver would get nothing more than a modest offer from every team in the league
...how exactly did Geno Smith end up #3
That's like hating hating a newborn kitten, at least from a competitive standpoint.
I never said the QB won anything...I simply asked what team you would rather have been a fan of.
And I certainly didn't reference Eli, but I understand how you may have thought that. I was...
See...this end could be interesting, and absolutely would have no "right" answer.
So all three played on different teams, and pretty much at different times: which team would you rather have been...
Of course...it was a stupid joke in stupid thread on a stupid topic.
Sigh...he phrased that so poorly that I had to bust his chops.
It's not 60% of his playoff appearances, it's 60% of his first round playoff appearances.