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#61 ForceEight

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:07 PM

Focus Skippy, What is it now? A team win or a Flacco win? C'mon you can't win this and this ain't rocket science........ at least for most people that is.

Hey, Skippy, here's the question no one else has thought to ask you. When it's a loss, is it a Flacco loss or a team loss?

 

We all know your answer to that question, and that's why you're the real Skippy.

 

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As far as Papa, we can all jump up and down over and over again about how much of a dick he can be (God love him), but his opinion about Flacco isn't off-base nearly to the extent that the troll's is.


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#62 papasmurfbell

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:08 PM

You do realize there is more than scores and INT's?  How about all his 3 and outs.  Actually they are not all his fault but a total offensive meltdown usually in the 1st half but he is part of that.  He has some bad accuracy issues many times.  If he would lead his WR's they could get to the markers but they have to play gymnast to get theri hands to the ball eliminating their momentum.


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:09 PM

Sorry I even started this topic, All the skippy's and retards comebacks are deafening. We all have our right to our opinions and my opinion is that Rasta and Papa are just plain wrong about Flacco. It's a racist thing with Rasta. He just hates white people and white players. Papa, well, it's just a "stupid" thing.

Aw Booo Hooo. You made a dumb statement, got royally pounded for it and now you get wimpy by pulling the race card. You're below dispicable. Grow a set and learn to quit gracefully when you're so far behind.... dumbass tard.


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#64 papasmurfbell

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:09 PM

Hey, Skippy, here's the question no one else has thought to ask you. When it's a loss, is it a Flacco loss or a team loss?

 

We all know your answer to that question, and that's why you're the real Skippy.

 

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As far as Papa, we can all jump up and down over and over again about how much of a dick he can be (God love him), but his opinion about Flacco isn't off-base nearly to the extent that the troll's is.

Thank you for an honest assessment.


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:24 PM

Hey, Skippy, here's the question no one else has thought to ask you. When it's a loss, is it a Flacco loss or a team loss?

 

We all know your answer to that question, and that's why you're the real Skippy.

 

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As far as Papa, we can all jump up and down over and over again about how much of a dick he can be (God love him), but his opinion about Flacco isn't off-base nearly to the extent that the troll's is.

Who are you? This is kid logic. How old are you?


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:29 PM

You do realize there is more than scores and INT's?  How about all his 3 and outs.  Actually they are not all his fault but a total offensive meltdown usually in the 1st half but he is part of that.  He has some bad accuracy issues many times.  If he would lead his WR's they could get to the markers but they have to play gymnast to get theri hands to the ball eliminating their momentum.

 

You mean he isn't perfect?  Thanks for the breaking news.  There's still only two QBs I would rather have on the Ravens (at this point in their careers) and that's Rodgers and Luck.  


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#67 papasmurfbell

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:38 PM

I would add in Wilson but I agree with that qualification you had.  


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:46 PM

 

You mean he isn't perfect?  Thanks for the breaking news.  There's still only two QBs I would rather have on the Ravens (at this point in their careers) and that's Rodgers and Luck.  

So that would mean you think Joe Flacco is the third best QB in the league. Better than Manning, Brady, Rothlesberger, Wilson etc. And you wonder why I so easily can call you a tard.


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:56 PM

So that would mean you think Joe Flacco is the third best QB in the league. Better than Manning, Brady, Rothlesberger, Wilson etc. And you wonder why I so easily can call you a tard.

 

You have the reading comprehension of a monkey.  


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:59 PM

I would add in Wilson but I agree with that qualification you had.  

 

Wilson is right there.  I like the kid.  


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 03:07 PM

Personally, I'd like to thank each and every one of you for the comedy you've provided in helping me get through my workday. Force, your God love him comment had me rolling. By the way, I do encourage folks to use the ignore button. It does wonders.

 

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#72 papasmurfbell

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 03:19 PM

So that would mean you think Joe Flacco is the third best QB in the league. Better than Manning, Brady, Rothlesberger, Wilson etc. And you wonder why I so easily can call you a tard.

That is not the qualifier he used.  If it was as career sure you throw in Ben, Brady, or Brees.  Manning I would not want because championships are the ultimate goal.  Joe is sort of the anti Manning.  Does eh in the regular season a lot and kills it in the post.  


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 07:23 PM

I'm going to ban the next person to use the term "retard" or any variant as an insult in this thread.

And every poster after that.
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Posted 05 January 2015 - 07:35 PM

I'm going to ban the next person to use the term "retard" or any variant as an insult in this thread.

And every poster after that.

 

Thank you


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#75 dc.

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 07:57 PM

 
You mean he isn't perfect?  Thanks for the breaking news.  There's still only two QBs I would rather have on the Ravens (at this point in their careers) and that's Rodgers and Luck.  


I was going to do a similar break down with some more depth soon... Since drafting Flacco, how many other QBs have been drafted ( or otherwise came new to the league) that you would take over him?

Luck, Wilson,... I struggle much beyond that with anyone I'd say for sure. There are some other names close maybe like Dalton or Kaepernick before the last 1.5 seasons. Maybe a Stafford is close behind? Not sure.

The point: separate of money, in the seven years he been here, there are maybe four peers we'd even consider replacing him with if we had a do-over? It speaks simply to the struggle that is finding a decent qb.

That leads into the question of: how easily do you give up what you have, imperfect as it may be?
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#76 papasmurfbell

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 08:21 PM

No way with Stafford.  He is about megatron and without him healthy he is only OK.  Newton in time might be worth more.  I really like Bridgwater.


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 08:30 PM

Not disagreeing, just throwing out any names I could think of that would even be debated. Basic econ: scarcity & opportunity cost. 


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#78 papasmurfbell

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 08:45 PM

True.  There are some that have reputations that are not worth it.  My eval on Peyton being one of them.


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 11:37 PM

I was going to do a similar break down with some more depth soon... Since drafting Flacco, how many other QBs have been drafted ( or otherwise came new to the league) that you would take over him?
Luck, Wilson,... I struggle much beyond that with anyone I'd say for sure. There are some other names close maybe like Dalton or Kaepernick before the last 1.5 seasons. Maybe a Stafford is close behind? Not sure.
The point: separate of money, in the seven years he been here, there are maybe four peers we'd even consider replacing him with if we had a do-over? It speaks simply to the struggle that is finding a decent qb.
That leads into the question of: how easily do you give up what you have, imperfect as it may be?


I know. I try to put memories of Scott Mitchell, Elvis Grback, Stoney Case, Tony Banks, and Kyle Boller behind me...way behind me.
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Posted 06 January 2015 - 01:03 AM

Aw Booo Hooo. You made a dumb statement, got royally pounded for it and now you get wimpy by pulling the race card. You're below dispicable. Grow a set and learn to quit gracefully when you're so far behind.... dumbass tard.

I got pounded for what statement? Yeah, I'm pulling the race card on you. Everything you type here has racial connotations. Admit it, you won't be happy until the league is 100% black, including coaches and GM's. And you call me despicable. Rasta, you are a racist. Nobody here even likes you, exept one or two others. One other thing. I have called you out several times, so speaking of growing a pair........


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