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Old 08-10-2018, 01:26 PM
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How can one hope to bargain successfully with a large group of basically illiterate felons?
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Old 08-10-2018, 01:36 PM
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His talent level had nothing do to with no club signing him. Spin it anyway you like and call me names, but that doesn't make you correct.
LMAO ..... what? The NFL owners are racists.
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Old 08-10-2018, 01:36 PM
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Dak Prescott has it right.
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Old 08-10-2018, 01:41 PM
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LMAO ..... what? The NFL owners are racists.
You only embarrass yourself.
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Old 08-10-2018, 01:42 PM
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No idea what an LIC is, but I'm sure I don't have one. FWIW, I'm a registered Independent.
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Old 08-10-2018, 01:43 PM
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If teams thought Kaepernick would be a net positive for the team, he'd have a job. It is that simple. He has been inconsistent and inaccurate. Beyond that he has been a disruptive force. Probably most importantly, as the on field leader of the team he hasn't been able to rack up a very good won/loss record.
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I have always thought that the reason the NFL was so popular was because they wore helmets, and we didn't have to know who we were cheering for. I do not want to see the facial expressions, or hear the cussing, and trash talking. A rational adult would hate spending an hour around half of that league. I love the NFL and i watch the jags every week. I am not going to let a few young and stupid kids ruin it for me. I just remember that they are very blue in the political spectrum and i actually feel sorry that they are not better edjumacated.
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Old 08-10-2018, 02:02 PM
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Now that is hilarious. You say you don't support the kneeling but you think anybody saying the same thing is a crying girl. Make up your mind, cupcake.
Are you triggered over the kneeling, do you need a safe space?

If you don't like something, don't watch. That's what most men do. However, people like you act like little girls on Facebook and cry to each other about it.

The crybabies ruin the NFL just as much as the guys that kneel. I like football, I like to read articles about football, but now all we have is articles about guys kneeling...because they media knows safe spacers like you will read the garbage and get triggered.
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Old 08-10-2018, 02:04 PM
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He was the 16th ranked QB in the league the year before he tried free agency.
He sucked, he was a run first QB and he wasn't able to run anymore. Not to mention, he wanted starter money but was viewed as a back up.
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Originally Posted by Beuford T. Justice View Post
Sorry, but during the National Anthem the military would never intentionally turn their back to the flag.
They should simply punch the scum out, and then face the flag.
So they can hoist other American flags behind the team's benches. Then make sure to take pictures from behind, getting the numbers of the kneeling players..............appearing to be blowing the military men.

Think it'll make the news?
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Old 08-10-2018, 03:26 PM
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IMO, the military guys in uniform at the game should go stand in front of the kneeling players during the National Anthem...........Facing them.
I think the military and LE guys should stand in front of them and put their a$$holes so close the their faces the felons can tell what they ate for dinner the night before
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I think the military and LE guys should stand in front of them and put their a$$holes so close the their faces the felons can tell what they ate for dinner the night before
Maybe the DOD should stop paying professional sports leagues to be patriotic before the game starts. It's like advertising for the DOD.
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Ehh...I just don't get how guys can sit around and cry about this stuff all day...toughen up a little. You sound like a bored housewives on Facebook...lol
And you sound like a jack a$$
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Originally Posted by Bernie1951 View Post
He was the 16th ranked QB in the league the year before he tried free agency.
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His talent level had nothing do to with no club signing him. Spin it anyway you like and call me names, but that doesn't make you correct.
So, 16th ranked in a league with 32 teams? One tick above sub-par (and fading fast).

His talent may not have had EVERYTHING to do about it, but who wants a fading QB with tons of baggage and a badditude? H> didn’t get signed either.
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Old 08-11-2018, 05:22 AM
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He sucked, he was a run first QB and he wasn't able to run anymore. Not to mention, he wanted starter money but was viewed as a back up.

These QB were taken when Kaepernick ( Super Bowl QB) was available

Mike Glennon, Bears
Brian Hoyer, 49ers
Nick Foles, Eagles
Josh McCown, Jets
Landry Jones, Steelers
Matt Barkley, 49ers
Mark Sanchez, Bears
Geno Smith, Giants
Josh Johnson, Giants
EJ Manuel, Raiders
Kellen Moore, Cowboys
Aaron Murray, Rams
Chase Daniel, Saints
Case Keenum, Vikings
David Fales, Dolphins
T.J. Yates, Bills
Matt McGloin, Eagles
Blaine Gabbert, Cardinals
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buccaneers
Austin Davis, Seahawks
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Old 08-11-2018, 05:49 AM
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Give it up Bern. The man made and defined his own “brand”. It didn’t sell. He has established himself as a NEGATIVE ROI. That is it, a simple matter of $ and sense.
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Old 08-11-2018, 06:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Bernie1951 View Post
These QB were taken when Kaepernick ( Super Bowl QB) was available

Mike Glennon, Bears
Brian Hoyer, 49ers
Nick Foles, Eagles
Josh McCown, Jets
Landry Jones, Steelers
Matt Barkley, 49ers
Mark Sanchez, Bears
Geno Smith, Giants
Josh Johnson, Giants
EJ Manuel, Raiders
Kellen Moore, Cowboys
Aaron Murray, Rams
Chase Daniel, Saints
Case Keenum, Vikings
David Fales, Dolphins
T.J. Yates, Bills
Matt McGloin, Eagles
Blaine Gabbert, Cardinals
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buccaneers
Austin Davis, Seahawks
Lets see. The Broncos tried to trade for him, but kap refused the deal not wanting to take a pay cut.

It was Kap that opted out of his contract to go into free agency.

Multiple, but conflicting, reports that he refused an offer to be a backup last year.

Seems kap kap has walked away from deals in at least two instances, yet somehow it is a conspiracy as to why he is not signed?

Simple, he overvalued himself, and that coupled with the headaches he brings, he simply holds no value to a team at his demands. If he really wanted to sign he would go public and say he would take a 760-900k/year deal to be a backup.
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Old 08-11-2018, 07:25 AM
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My point is he was better than a lot of free agent QBs that were signed. Kaepernick made a public statement while he was at work, so I'm not defending him. The owners and league perceived that his statement was unpopular with, white, American men, and they didn't want the backlash.
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Old 08-11-2018, 08:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Bernie1951 View Post
My point is he was better than a lot of free agent QBs that were signed. Kaepernick made a public statement while he was at work, so I'm not defending him. The owners and league perceived that his statement was unpopular with, white, American men, and they didn't want the backlash.
He has refused deals that required less money - he over valued himself - plain and simple. His talents are not worth his perceived value.
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Old 08-11-2018, 09:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Bernie1951 View Post
My point is he was better than a lot of free agent QBs that were signed. Kaepernick made a public statement while he was at work, so I'm not defending him. The owners and league perceived that his statement was unpopular with, white, American men, and they didn't want the backlash.
White American men rule the world, and always will. You best get over it...
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