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(Yahoo)   Richard Sherman says half the league does it, but not him. Nope   (sports.yahoo.com) divider line 27
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2013-04-11 08:42:15 AM
So if we take adderall off the banned substance list, what new banned substance will players claim they were on to cover for the fact they were using steroids?
 
2013-04-11 08:44:40 AM
He's crazy if he thinks......Hey look! A quarter!
 
2013-04-11 08:47:11 AM
No one cares about illegal substances in football. Hell, if it helped them win their fantasy football league most fans would inject players themselves. The majority of football fans just want to he entertained with big hits and 500 yard passing games. They don't care about the integrity of the sport or even the players' health.
 
2013-04-11 08:47:14 AM
What a great precedent. Most of everyone is doing it so lets just make it legal.

Got to be one of the dumbest Stanford guys. Liked him until he started to attack Skip Bayless and I HATE Skip Bayless. If you can manage to appear a bigger db than Skip, you're trying pretty hard.
 
2013-04-11 09:03:43 AM
Getting a medical exemption for Adderall in the NFL is apparently about as difficult as getting a medical marijuana card in California. And yet there are players getting suspended for using it without an exemption. Dumbasses.
 
2013-04-11 09:15:57 AM
"If everybody loves you, it probably means you're not much of a player."

Sure Richard, or it could be that they are good players and nice guys instead of being completely obnoxious douchenozzles.  One of the two.
 
2013-04-11 09:17:49 AM

Cybernetic: Getting a medical exemption for Adderall in the NFL is apparently about as difficult as getting a medical marijuana card in California. And yet there are players getting suspended for using it without an exemption. Dumbasses.


Getting a license to carry a gun is (in most states) as well.

Ever been young, carefree and stump-dumb?
 
2013-04-11 09:25:05 AM

great_tigers: What a great precedent. Most of everyone is doing it so lets just make it legal.


So you think the War on Drugs isn't an idiotic "war" aimed at controlling the populace (if everyone is a criminal, then everyone can be extorted by police to help find out what they want and anyone can be imprisoned for silly sh*t)?

Yeah, if most people are doing it, then we really should re-examine why it's illegal.
 
2013-04-11 10:04:42 AM

IAmRight: great_tigers: What a great precedent. Most of everyone is doing it so lets just make it legal.

So you think the War on Drugs isn't an idiotic "war" aimed at controlling the populace (if everyone is a criminal, then everyone can be extorted by police to help find out what they want and anyone can be imprisoned for silly sh*t)?

Yeah, if most people are doing it, then we really should re-examine why it's illegal.


As it relates to sports, if finding a legal way to do something illegal is easy, take the time out to get legal clearance.

Either play by the rules, or start your own drug-fueled NFL. I'm sure that Stanford education will come in handy and make you just as much money each year.
 
2013-04-11 10:19:59 AM

great_tigers: What a great precedent. Most of everyone is doing it so lets just make it legal.

Got to be one of the dumbest Stanford guys. Liked him until he started to attack Skip Bayless and I HATE Skip Bayless. If you can manage to appear a bigger db than Skip, you're trying pretty hard.


He beat his suspension, so he can't be that dumb. Maybe you're just an asshole?
 
2013-04-11 10:20:17 AM

WSUCanuck: Either play by the rules, or start your own drug-fueled NFL.


LOL

How would that be different than the current NFL?
 
2013-04-11 10:23:34 AM

WSUCanuck: As it relates to sports, if finding a legal way to do something illegal is easy, take the time out to get legal clearance.


Also, for this:

If you're fine with people faking a problem to use the drug "legally," then you should be fine with people taking them without a prescription. We don't need to just send "doctors" more money.

Just like people shouldn't constantly have to run everything through lawyers because everything needs to be illegal.
 
2013-04-11 11:25:55 AM

Cybernetic: Getting a medical exemption for Adderall in the NFL is apparently about as difficult as getting a medical marijuana card in California. And yet there are players getting suspended for using it without an exemption. Dumbasses.


The NFL never specifies what the player got suspended for. They just say "banned substance." The player/agent is free to say whatever they want. So they could say it was adderall when it was really steroids and we'd never know the difference.
 
2013-04-11 11:28:38 AM
Shut up for 5 seconds?
 
2013-04-11 11:33:06 AM

SuperChuck: Cybernetic: Getting a medical exemption for Adderall in the NFL is apparently about as difficult as getting a medical marijuana card in California. And yet there are players getting suspended for using it without an exemption. Dumbasses.

The NFL never specifies what the player got suspended for. They just say "banned substance." The player/agent is free to say whatever they want. So they could say it was adderall when it was really steroids and we'd never know the difference.


You can pretty much assume that all the players who get caught for "adderall" are lying.
 
2013-04-11 12:18:46 PM
TROLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
 
2013-04-11 12:31:57 PM
He reminds me of Shawn Merriman
 
2013-04-11 12:58:39 PM

doubled99: He reminds me of Shawn Merriman


When did Merriman get torched by a wide receiver that likely cost them the NFC Championship?
 
2013-04-11 01:25:03 PM

LessO2: doubled99: He reminds me of Shawn Merriman

When did Merriman get torched by a wide receiver that likely cost them the NFC Championship?


Merriman failed to finish off Tila Tequila.  And that's like losing the Super Bowl of murder.  So there's that.
 
2013-04-11 01:47:26 PM

LessO2: When did Merriman get torched by a wide receiver that likely cost them the NFC Championship?


When did Sherman do that?

Oh, never? Okay.
 
2013-04-11 03:19:13 PM

LessO2: doubled99: He reminds me of Shawn Merriman

When did Merriman get torched by a wide receiver that likely cost them the NFC Championship?


Man, I hate it when HOF wide receivers play like HOF wide receivers. Having Roddy White catch a TD pass one-on-one against you when your FS left you out to dry isn't exactly an embarrassment.
 
2013-04-11 04:02:20 PM

seumasokelly: Having Roddy White catch a TD pass one-on-one against you when your FS left you out to dry isn't exactly an embarrassment.


Plus part of Sherman's game is baiting the QB, so he may have been letting White get there with the idea that his safety help would be there to pick the deep ball.

/didn't cost 'em the game, obviously, since, as anyone knows, they had the lead with half a minute to go
//and they went nowhere near Sherman on that last drive
///must be nice to have two of the top five WRs in the league AND the best receiving TE in the history of the game
////if Ryan were a great QB he'd have 5000+ yds and 50+ TD/year
 
2013-04-11 04:45:59 PM
Is it play defense?
DNRTFA
 
2013-04-11 05:15:17 PM

IAmRight: seumasokelly: Having Roddy White catch a TD pass one-on-one against you when your FS left you out to dry isn't exactly an embarrassment.

Plus part of Sherman's game is baiting the QB, so he may have been letting White get there with the idea that his safety help would be there to pick the deep ball.

/didn't cost 'em the game, obviously, since, as anyone knows, they had the lead with half a minute to go
//and they went nowhere near Sherman on that last drive
///must be nice to have two of the top five WRs in the league AND the best receiving TE in the history of the game
////if Ryan were a great QB he'd have 5000+ yds and 50+ TD/year


Sherman did the same thing earlier in the game.  He let White go free, and Ryan pumped once, fired, and then Sherman closed (his speed is really underrated), and tipped the ball away.  He was about another inch from an INT.  The announcers were saying that White was upset at yan for not throwing earlier, but, up until that point, Sherman had been dominating White (as he did for much of the game, save for one play), and White was frustrated.
 
2013-04-11 05:54:52 PM
Everyone biatching and moaning about Richard Sherman every time he says or does anything would absolutely love it if their team signed him. Just like we'd all have loved to have TO or Randy Moss in their prime. The difference? Sherman isn't a dumb twat like those two were/are.
 
2013-04-11 08:21:33 PM

seumasokelly: LessO2: doubled99: He reminds me of Shawn Merriman

When did Merriman get torched by a wide receiver that likely cost them the NFC Championship?

Man, I hate it when HOF wide receivers play like HOF wide receivers. Having Roddy White catch a TD pass one-on-one against you when your FS left you out to dry isn't exactly an embarrassment.


Roddy White is a Hall of fame WR? LOL
 
2013-04-11 11:25:54 PM

LessO2: doubled99: He reminds me of Shawn Merriman

When did Merriman get torched by a wide receiver that likely cost them the NFC Championship?


That wasn't Sherman's assignment. You'd know this if you anything about football beyond a peewee level.
 
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