- Jul 14, 2012
Omar's Wacky Neighbor said:Did I hear him correctly? (paraphrase) this opens the door for every arbitration ruling in America to go to court?
He REALLY doesnt get that whole "inherently, an arbitrator needs to be impartial, whether it's specified or not" part........
A lot of folks on this thread think that Paul, Weiss absolutely had all the McNally texts in hand and were setting a perjury trap of some kind by not showing them to him.
Sucks when your entire network has been eating the spoon fed drivel for literally months and now a court has literally declared they are in the tank idiots.ifmanis5 said:ESPN has like 20 NFL Front Office "insiders." They are all backtracking and hemming and hawing like crazy today. They have no idea what to say and are afraid to take a stand.
ifmanis5 said:ESPN has like 20 NFL Front Office "insiders." They are all backtracking and hemming and hawing like crazy today. They have no idea what to say and are afraid to take a stand.
OnWisc has been demonstrating those pro-level tweet composition skills. Awesome.OnWisc said:I do feel for the simpleton portion of other fanbases. It must be so frustrating to see Brady get away with blatantly being accused of cheating.
Yup. Of the "insiders" only Shefter came out of this relatively unscathed. And all the ex-player/coach analysts look or sound like they are on the edge of tears.jimbobim said:Sucks when your entire network has been eating the spoon fed drivel for literally months and now a court has literally declared they are in the tank idiots.
Yup, clarified, albeit just exactly as they could have done if DG had never even happened.drleather2001 said:
Well, he's technically right. They can go to court.
There is no Rev said:I hope all understand how strong the temptation to rename this thread "Brady on Vacation" earlier was.
ifmanis5 said:Every single person on camera at ESPN is either frowning or looking super gravitas. It's delicious, and a stark contrast to the giddiness with which they reported the initial cheater-cheater Mort tweet stuff.... BTW, where is Mort today?
Al Zarilla said:Skip Bayless, of all people, with a very cool speech about why his respect for Brady has increased from an already very high level.
I'd like to hear Tom Brady's dad interviewed today (haven't heard anything that he will).
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joe dokes said:Berman just completely rejects the idea that Goodell's later "Brady ordered it all" even matters. It's all about "generally aware."