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Arizona Cardinals release Sam Bradford
Sat Nov 03, 2018 12:33 pm
  • KitsapGuy
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Re: Arizona Cardinals release Sam Bradford
Sat Nov 03, 2018 12:55 pm
  • Don't worry, Sam. I'm sure someone wants to give you $10 million - $15 million for no good reason soon.
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  • He's destined to be someones agent with. That or his agent is one of the best in the country to keep giving him that kind of paper.
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  • Too bad, he could have continued to sabotage AZ.

    What a b-u-s-t, he fooled a lot of smart folks.
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  • Jacksonville needs to find a way to sign him
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  • getnasty wrote:Jacksonville needs to find a way to sign him


    Jacksonville will sign him for 10 Years, 210mil. After he signs his name of the dotted line the Jacksonville higher ups realize they've been hypnotized.
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  • As a Seahawks fan this news disappoints me. :mrgreen:
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Re: Arizona Cardinals release Sam Bradford
Sun Nov 04, 2018 10:54 am
  • GeekHawk wrote:As a Seahawks fan this news disappoints me. :mrgreen:



    We had him right where we wanted him. Damn..... 8)
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  • One of the strangest cases in the modern NFL. So much money (and draft capital) thrown at this guy. He has been essentially irrelevant or replacement level as an actual player.
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  • Coug_Hawk08 wrote:One of the strangest cases in the modern NFL. So much money (and draft capital) thrown at this guy. He has been essentially irrelevant or replacement level as an actual player.


    So he is the ultimate Round 7, Pick 32. And made millions.......
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Re: Arizona Cardinals release Sam Bradford
Wed Nov 07, 2018 11:31 pm
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    $1.5 million a game. Averaged $14 mil + per season at only 9 games a season average that he played.

    Who wouldn't pay this guy $1.5 mil a game??
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  • Bills gonna offer him a 3 year 40 million guaranteed contract
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  • It will never cease to amaze me how draft position seemingly poisons the minds of some people. Like they can't let go of something basically irrelevant to the future. It's not like this exists only in sports - you get hotshot hedgefund managers who will lose billions over the course of a decade with multiple funds, because they made a billion a decade ago using some scheme that doesn't work now.

    There is a large segment of the population that will glom on to anything to help nudge them over the edge towards gaining the illusory prize that will bring peace of mind and hope of even greater benefit. A fully loaded truck, a baroque entertainment system, that pair of heels that just clicks (and those are actually fine if you're battling witches and flying monkeys).

    I both love and hate sports because it can be used as a parable for life.
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  • mrt144 wrote:It will never cease to amaze me how draft position seemingly poisons the minds of some people. Like they can't let go of something basically irrelevant to the future. It's not like this exists only in sports - you get hotshot hedgefund managers who will lose billions over the course of a decade with multiple funds, because they made a billion a decade ago using some scheme that doesn't work now.

    There is a large segment of the population that will glom on to anything to help nudge them over the edge towards gaining the illusory prize that will bring peace of mind and hope of even greater benefit. A fully loaded truck, a baroque entertainment system, that pair of heels that just clicks (and those are actually fine if you're battling witches and flying monkeys).

    I both love and hate sports because it can be used as a parable for life.

    Very true. Like how when you faceplanted, it's kind of like how Peyton Manning fell hard off the horse. But you got up, and managed to get your wallet, using other methods than your physical ability (calling out to the passengers to stop the bus). Kind of like how against the Steelers, Manning acted like he fell, then got up and threw the deep pass. Manning still won the Super Bowl. He couldn't do it on his own anymore, but he found ways around his deteriorating body.

    As you have done.


    So yes, sports and life have so much in common. It's a beautiful thing. You are now 2015 Peyton Manning. Look on the bright side: you get a ring. ;)




    Context (Warning: it's a Smack Shack link):

    viewtopic.php?f=23&t=149737
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  • 5_Golden_Rings wrote:
    mrt144 wrote:It will never cease to amaze me how draft position seemingly poisons the minds of some people. Like they can't let go of something basically irrelevant to the future. It's not like this exists only in sports - you get hotshot hedgefund managers who will lose billions over the course of a decade with multiple funds, because they made a billion a decade ago using some scheme that doesn't work now.

    There is a large segment of the population that will glom on to anything to help nudge them over the edge towards gaining the illusory prize that will bring peace of mind and hope of even greater benefit. A fully loaded truck, a baroque entertainment system, that pair of heels that just clicks (and those are actually fine if you're battling witches and flying monkeys).

    I both love and hate sports because it can be used as a parable for life.

    Very true. Like how when you faceplanted, it's kind of like how Peyton Manning fell hard off the horse. But you got up, and managed to get your wallet, using other methods than your physical ability (calling out to the passengers to stop the bus). Kind of like how against the Steelers, Manning acted like he fell, then got up and threw the deep pass. Manning still won the Super Bowl. He couldn't do it on his own anymore, but he found ways around his deteriorating body.

    As you have done.


    So yes, sports and life have so much in common. It's a beautiful thing. You are now 2015 Peyton Manning. Look on the bright side: you get a ring. ;)




    Context (Warning: it's a Smack Shack link):

    viewtopic.php?f=23&t=149737


    I would like to sign up for your newsletter. :lol:
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