Lacks black ink
- Oct 31, 2013
Half of these first rounders have a heart breaking family member story
Yeah, no QB in the history of the game would enjoy watching their team trade up for his "heir" in the first round. It's not even a Rodgers situation in which you can say the value simply was too great. I think he's thin skinned enough to be pissed, let's see if it can drive him to regain his form.I don't think this will be an issue for Rodgers at all. The kid is going to sit and learn from one of the very best.
Roger feeds on misery. It keeps him young and fitting into his slim cuts.
He was the #2 wr on the falcons in yards and catches every year until last seasonwhat
Sanu was rarely even the 2nd best receiver on his team. If he's the best receiver on the team next year it's because Edelman fell off a cliff or retired and Harry never put it together. That's an indictment, not an accolade.
It's because we have watched these things before and remember when the producers of the show didn't press the "Melodrama" button constantly but just tried to report it as news.Have you people never watched a draft before? Next you’re going to be stunned when NBC does human interest stories during the Olympics.
"I tell you what, this kid has underrated power and strength. Check out this clip from his great-uncle's untimely funeral. I haven't seen pallbearing like this since those Oklahoma teams in the early 90s."