BRING BLACK JENNINGS!!!!!
Agreed, man! We all get to live and learn a little. Thats being human. Knowledge without compassion is just knowledge. With compassion, its wisdom.
Good lord Datone. Tape that ankle up before practice.
On Thursday, defensive end Datone Jones reinjured the ankle that sidelined him for
Here is the chart so you can see the team by putting the cursor over it (have to go to website as its interactive):
To answer the question: yes.
But I would take him back in a heartbeat. Everyone screws up and gets mad about it. Makes them even more loyal
Cardinals (since 1920) - 22,310 scored 26,086 allowed -3,776 differential
Lions (1930) - 22,612 scored 23,463 allowed -851
Browns (1946) -
I don't feel the least bit sorry for him either. He wanted to the be The Man and get the big bucks. I hope being irrelevant these 3 years was worth
Not sure...but wouldn't the Lions have looked a little more impressive than that bottom line shows during the Barry Sanders era? Even more recently they
I think he may be slightly more athletic than Jones...but the comparison there works. Adams needs 2 years to develop. He played against poor competition
Greg Jennings knows he messed up. While he would not be an elite receiver at this point with Green Bay, he would still be relevant simply because of
That's my guess. The line seems to track the ups and downs I recall for the Lions record since the 1960's.
From JSO question and answer session with Matt Vensel of the Star Tribune:
Ya, the sadsack, snakebitten Browns we all know and love were not always the case. They were winning franchise for a lot of years, especially the 40's
To me, he has a similar style to Larry Fitzgerald. I don't think he'll be that good, but in that mold, the instincts and hands and strength..
Adams is his own player. James jones, physically, is a decent comparison. Instincts, hands, natural talent..... Adams is more like Jennings or Cobb. He
That chart is awfully amazing. There is a fairly unremarkable progression from one to another within the group, but Rodgers is a gigantic outlier. Rodgers
From what little I have seen so far with the Packers, I don't know if Adams has the down field ability that Nelson has. That's why I think of him more
Patler, ever since the Packers drafted Adams, I've told my family and friends he's the next Jordy Nelson. He's big, deceptively quick and can catch anything
Perry, D Jones, Elliot, and Bush all questionable for the game this week. We are one groin or hamstring away from having no depth on defense.
I'm guessing the Cardinals...they've been around forever and have been losers almost the entire time.
This graph really shows how horrific