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2013-08-14 01:38:22 PM

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Jack_Knopf:
If you listen to ESPN or NFL Network long enough you'll start to think he cured cancer. Just chill on the Griffith hype guys or some of us will look forward to his downfall.

 
2013-08-14 01:39:12 PM
Didn't RG III shoot out an Anthony Weiner style twitter pic to some waitress?
//If that was true it sure did not get as much coverage as Farve did
 
2013-08-14 01:40:39 PM

UNC_Samurai: tnpir: Griffin, who starred as rookie for the Redskins last season and is recovering from offseason knee surgery, added, "My view on it is, yes, I am a Christian, but to each his own. You do what you want to do. If some Christians want to look at being gay as a sin, then thinking about other women, committing adultery-or any of those other sins that are in the Bible-those are sins, too. And God looks at all of us the same way,"

More Christians should follow this lead.

Even more impressive considering he went to a Baptist school - although I think he ended up at Baylor because a coach bailed on his first choice and Baylor has a very good track program.

muck4doo: /Imagine the outrage if he said "no comment".

He'd be the cornballest brother in the land.


Okay, time to play FarkMatchmaker:

tvprofil.net

RG3, go forth and multiply with her.

/the world needs more gay-friendly Christian parents
 
2013-08-14 01:41:06 PM

Mikey1969: DoBeDoBeDo: Rapmaster2000: Super Chronic: nmrsnr: RG3 seems like a stand-up guy.

He'll be a sit-in-the-wheelchair guy within five years, but for now he's a stand-up guy.

This made me laugh pretty hard, and then I realized that there's an unfortunately likelihood of this occurring.  Playing on Cat Litter Field for Shanny the Crippler is not an ideal career situation from an injury standpoint.  I suppose you could put him behind the Bears O-line and make Barry Switzer the OC if you want to finish the job in one season.

Believe it or not Snyder actually spent some cash and replaced the field!

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/dc-sports-bog/wp/2013/06/17/fede x- field-has-green-grass/

Still not field turf, but it looks better than the old crap.  Guess we'll see tomorrow night.

Worst I ever saw was an exhibition game in the mid 90's in Toronto(I think), one of the baseball stadiums anyway, and there were big ass seams between the astroturf sections, I could easily see anyone who played on that field catching one of those and twisting his farking ankle. Whatever game it was, it was memorable because Madden rambled on for like 45 minutes about the opening roof on the goddamned stadium...


I seem to remember a lot games in Buffalo and Philly where the turf had seams that could trip a player up.   Camp Randall in Wisconsin had some issues as well.  Early astroturf was just awful.
 
2013-08-14 01:42:20 PM

rickythepenguin: [a.espncdn.com image 350x254]

Jack_Knopf: If you listen to ESPN or NFL Network long enough you'll start to think he cured cancer. Just chill on the Griffith hype guys or some of us will look forward to his downfall.


So true. So. True. Josh Freeman got one of the most undeserved knob-slobbings in recent memory. Sort of like how Kevin Kolb was going to be the next Tom Brady. Remember that? Hahaha.
 
2013-08-14 01:44:29 PM

Jack_Knopf: bluenovaman: He is making it hard to hate the skins. /go cowgirls!

I have to disagree here. I liked Griffith coming out of college and was glad to see him start well. However, the complete media fellatio of this guy is getting VERY old. If you listen to ESPN or NFL Network long enough you'll start to think he cured cancer. Just chill on the Griffith hype guys or some of us will look forward to his downfall.



LOL. Christ, haters hate to love.

"Don't like something too much or I'll be forced to NOT like it based on how much YOU like it."


/Seek help
 
2013-08-14 01:45:33 PM

monoski: Didn't RG III shoot out an Anthony Weiner style twitter pic to some waitress?
//If that was true it sure did not get as much coverage as Farve did


I don't think anyone ever came forward with the pictures so it died.
 
2013-08-14 01:45:43 PM

monoski: //If that was true it sure did not get as much coverage as Farve did



I don't think he's been that good at cock-texting from the get-go. I think what we've had here is a little social concern in the NFL. I think the media has been very desirous that a black quarterback send cock shots well. They're interested in black coaches and black quarterbacks doing well. I think there's a little hope invested in Bobby Three Sticks and he got a lot of credit for the performance of his cock shots that he really didn't deserve. The smartphone carried his cock shots.

/subtle
 
2013-08-14 01:46:35 PM

OtherLittleGuy: UNC_Samurai: tnpir: Griffin, who starred as rookie for the Redskins last season and is recovering from offseason knee surgery, added, "My view on it is, yes, I am a Christian, but to each his own. You do what you want to do. If some Christians want to look at being gay as a sin, then thinking about other women, committing adultery-or any of those other sins that are in the Bible-those are sins, too. And God looks at all of us the same way,"

More Christians should follow this lead.

Even more impressive considering he went to a Baptist school - although I think he ended up at Baylor because a coach bailed on his first choice and Baylor has a very good track program.

muck4doo: /Imagine the outrage if he said "no comment".

He'd be the cornballest brother in the land.

Okay, time to play FarkMatchmaker:

[tvprofil.net image 600x800]

RG3, go forth and multiply with her.

/the world needs more gay-friendly Christian parents


I would love to go forth and multiply with her.
 
2013-08-14 01:48:28 PM

nmrsnr: Super Chronic: nmrsnr: RG3 seems like a stand-up guy.

He'll be a sit-in-the-wheelchair guy within five years, but for now he's a stand-up guy.

OK, I lol'd.

Joe Theisman is doing prostate pill commercials now, so RG3 at least has that in his future.


This is news because RGIII came out as being a republican and the media is shocked that he is not a homophobe. In fact they probably asked hoping he'd say something more like what Culliver said.
 
2013-08-14 01:49:01 PM

Treygreen13: monoski: Didn't RG III shoot out an Anthony Weiner style twitter pic to some waitress?
//If that was true it sure did not get as much coverage as Farve did

I don't think anyone ever came forward with the pictures so it died.


yeah, supposedly he sent dick pics on his wedding day? If it happened it would've been all over the place and the chick would've gotten deals from Vivid like Carlos Dangers frumpy ho.
 
2013-08-14 01:51:59 PM

DROxINxTHExWIND: Jack_Knopf: bluenovaman: He is making it hard to hate the skins. /go cowgirls!

I have to disagree here. I liked Griffith coming out of college and was glad to see him start well. However, the complete media fellatio of this guy is getting VERY old. If you listen to ESPN or NFL Network long enough you'll start to think he cured cancer. Just chill on the Griffith hype guys or some of us will look forward to his downfall.


LOL. Christ, haters hate to love.

"Don't like something too much or I'll be forced to NOT like it based on how much YOU like it."


/Seek help


It's called over saturation you knob gobblin. Get back on your knees and don't forget the balls.
 
2013-08-14 01:56:02 PM

Jack_Knopf: DROxINxTHExWIND: Jack_Knopf: bluenovaman: He is making it hard to hate the skins. /go cowgirls!

I have to disagree here. I liked Griffith coming out of college and was glad to see him start well. However, the complete media fellatio of this guy is getting VERY old. If you listen to ESPN or NFL Network long enough you'll start to think he cured cancer. Just chill on the Griffith hype guys or some of us will look forward to his downfall.


LOL. Christ, haters hate to love.

"Don't like something too much or I'll be forced to NOT like it based on how much YOU like it."


/Seek help

It's called over saturation you knob gobblin. Get back on your knees and don't forget the balls.


... But Tebow gets a pass?
 
2013-08-14 01:56:06 PM

cookiefleck: Treygreen13: monoski: Didn't RG III shoot out an Anthony Weiner style twitter pic to some waitress?
//If that was true it sure did not get as much coverage as Farve did

I don't think anyone ever came forward with the pictures so it died.

yeah, supposedly he sent dick pics on his wedding day? If it happened it would've been all over the place and the chick would've gotten deals from Vivid like Carlos Dangers frumpy ho.


I think part of the reason it didn't come out was because she wanted some absurd amount of money for them. Busted Coverage offered $500 for them and she turned them down. I think some people believe they'd get a million bucks for a shot of RG3's bobby-one-stick. Anyway she didn't press it further but they did have some evidence for there being some sort of relationship there.
 
2013-08-14 01:57:01 PM

cookiefleck: ... But Tebow gets a pass?


Nobody gets a pass on over-saturation.
 
2013-08-14 01:57:39 PM

ko_kyi: I seldom agree with Donovan McNabb, but how is having your injured quarterback doing DAILY press conferences during camp helpful?


Maybe it is good for Dan Snyder.   This instantly makes 1 million gay lovers go out and buy a $300 RG3 redskins jersey.

It's just good business.
 
2013-08-14 02:00:27 PM
why would they want to 'come out', when they get to see all the free peiner they want to?
 
2013-08-14 02:01:02 PM
So this guy is so pissed his mom gave him a boring name like Robert and he wants people to call him arrrgeetree. Well, sounds better than Laprell, Sinutab or Tamponius.
 
2013-08-14 02:01:26 PM

Jack_Knopf: DROxINxTHExWIND: Jack_Knopf: bluenovaman: He is making it hard to hate the skins. /go cowgirls!

I have to disagree here. I liked Griffith coming out of college and was glad to see him start well. However, the complete media fellatio of this guy is getting VERY old. If you listen to ESPN or NFL Network long enough you'll start to think he cured cancer. Just chill on the Griffith hype guys or some of us will look forward to his downfall.


LOL. Christ, haters hate to love.

"Don't like something too much or I'll be forced to NOT like it based on how much YOU like it."


/Seek help

It's called over saturation you knob gobblin. Get back on your knees and don't forget the balls.



You picked a good thread to go all homophobic. Says a lot about you.
 
2013-08-14 02:01:29 PM

EyeballKid: UNC_Samurai: Even more impressive considering he went to a Baptist school - although I think he ended up at Baylor because a coach bailed on his first choice and Baylor has a very good track program.

Was there any organizing of hay into box-like shapes involved?


Strawman argument?
 
2013-08-14 02:03:40 PM
Washington has been so starved for a QB with half a brain that RGIII is a God to their sports fans.  It may be the only time I've seen the fans turn on a coach for playing the QB when he was obviously hurt; usually 'Skins fans are all about "toughness" on the field, etc.

\still, if Shanny is the coach, he's gonna break the poor kid
\\still unsure of the media adoration
 
2013-08-14 02:06:27 PM

ko_kyi: I seldom agree with Donovan McNabb, but how is having your injured quarterback doing DAILY press conferences during camp helpful?



Meh. People said the same bullshiat last off-season.

"OMG! He has a nickname and commercials and he's never played a game!"
"Oh noes! He's on another magazine cover!"

All he did was go out and win rookie of the year while carrying my Redskins to the NFC East title. This is all the biatching of bored people who have nothing better to talk about. The first time he throws a touchdown or scambles for 40 yards, you and everyone like you will be cheering and acting like you were never critical.
 
2013-08-14 02:10:52 PM

cookiefleck: ... But Tebow gets a pass?


If he does, it likely wobbles in the air, goes about 6 yards, and isn't caught by anybody.
 
2013-08-14 02:12:27 PM

DROxINxTHExWIND: All he did was go out and win rookie of the year while carrying my Redskins to the NFC East title. This is all the biatching of bored people who have nothing better to talk about. The first time he throws a touchdown or scambles for 40 yards, you and everyone like you will be cheering and acting like you were never critical.


Not everyone is a Redskins fan.
 
2013-08-14 02:15:40 PM

DROxINxTHExWIND: The first time he throws a touchdown or scambles for 40 yards, you and everyone like you will be cheering and acting like you were never critical.



you do know there are 31 other NFL teams, right?  right?
 
2013-08-14 02:15:42 PM

bopis: nmrsnr: Super Chronic: nmrsnr: RG3 seems like a stand-up guy.

He'll be a sit-in-the-wheelchair guy within five years, but for now he's a stand-up guy.

OK, I lol'd.

Joe Theisman is doing prostate pill commercials now, so RG3 at least has that in his future.

This is news because RGIII came out as being a republican and the media is shocked that he is not a homophobe. In fact they probably asked hoping he'd say something more like what Culliver said.


When exactly did he come out as a Republican?
 
2013-08-14 02:17:04 PM

rickythepenguin: DROxINxTHExWIND: The first time he throws a touchdown or scambles for 40 yards, you and everyone like you will be cheering and acting like you were never critical.


you do know there are 31 other NFL teams, right?  right?


Well he  isa Redskins fan. And it's not like Dro lives in the same reality we do.
 
2013-08-14 02:19:21 PM

nmrsnr: RG3 seems like a stand-up guy.

I was more amused by this: Chris Culliver said "I don't do the gay guys man. I don't do that. No, we don't got no gay people on the team, they gotta get up out of here if they do. Can't be with that sweet stuff. Nah ... can't be ... in the locker room man. Nah."

Methinks he doth protest too much.


Agreed.  I came here to comment about that.

So he doesn't do the gay guys, so he must do the "straight" guys?
 
2013-08-14 02:21:24 PM

rickythepenguin: Kerry Rhodes is out of a job last i checked. one of the articles about a month ago came out and said, "teams may be wary of the potential backlash, after pictures surfaced shwoing Rhodes embracing a man Rhodes described as a 'business associate'...."


www.nbc.com

His business associate Benjy?
 
2013-08-14 02:22:36 PM

rickythepenguin: DROxINxTHExWIND: The first time he throws a touchdown or scambles for 40 yards, you and everyone like you will be cheering and acting like you were never critical.


you do know there are 31 other NFL teams, right?  right?


You do know that there's a large segment of NFL fandom that makes arbitrary decisions on what teams they root for.

I have plenty of friends that wear jerseys of multiple players, regardless of team. Plenty of fans that jump on player bandwagons and not teams.

I'm not saying they aren't complete idiots, but they do exist

/Especially in a area like DC where a huge percentage of the population isn't even from there.
 
2013-08-14 02:31:28 PM

ManateeGag: OtherLittleGuy: UNC_Samurai: tnpir: Griffin, who starred as rookie for the Redskins last season and is recovering from offseason knee surgery, added, "My view on it is, yes, I am a Christian, but to each his own. You do what you want to do. If some Christians want to look at being gay as a sin, then thinking about other women, committing adultery-or any of those other sins that are in the Bible-those are sins, too. And God looks at all of us the same way,"

More Christians should follow this lead.

Even more impressive considering he went to a Baptist school - although I think he ended up at Baylor because a coach bailed on his first choice and Baylor has a very good track program.

muck4doo: /Imagine the outrage if he said "no comment".

He'd be the cornballest brother in the land.

Okay, time to play FarkMatchmaker:

[tvprofil.net image 600x800]

RG3, go forth and multiply with her.

/the world needs more gay-friendly Christian parents

I would love to go forth and multiply with her.


Well, you still have a shot, because Fark doesn't have a fact checker in its preview mode

/realized it two seconds after SEND
 
2013-08-14 02:36:26 PM

danfrank: bopis: nmrsnr: Super Chronic: nmrsnr: RG3 seems like a stand-up guy.

He'll be a sit-in-the-wheelchair guy within five years, but for now he's a stand-up guy.

OK, I lol'd.

Joe Theisman is doing prostate pill commercials now, so RG3 at least has that in his future.

This is news because RGIII came out as being a republican and the media is shocked that he is not a homophobe. In fact they probably asked hoping he'd say something more like what Culliver said.

When exactly did he come out as a Republican?


My bad, he was suspected to be one. Hence the cornball comment. Same diff.
 
2013-08-14 02:39:15 PM

LucklessWonder: Just Be Healthy For Week One, Robert.


Then be NOT healthy for week 10. and go ahead and be healthy for the rest of the year, unless the Redskins play the Vikings in the playoffs.

/is that too much to ask?
 
2013-08-14 02:40:18 PM

Super_pope: rickythepenguin: Kerry Rhodes is out of a job last i checked. one of the articles about a month ago came out and said, "teams may be wary of the potential backlash, after pictures surfaced shwoing Rhodes embracing a man Rhodes described as a 'business associate'...."

[www.nbc.com image 400x300]

His business associate Benjy?


matty3711.files.wordpress.com
This is a business. And if you understand the business, you'll understand where I'm coming from. But if you don't understand the business - this is not football.
 
2013-08-14 02:42:20 PM

Rapmaster2000: This is a business. And if you understand the business, you'll understand where I'm coming from. But if you don't understand the business - this is not football.


Im not shocked (he'll get ratings) but i'm surprised FS1 added him tto he broadcast team. it isn't like Straight Cash Homie was media friendly or even said things that were insightful.  He was brusque and didn't seem to really enjoy talking to the media.  now he's gonna be yukking it up every Sunday?
 
2013-08-14 02:46:46 PM

Super Chronic: Griffin concluded his remarks by saying "bigotry is a terrible thing that needs to be eradicated in America.  I pray that I can help bring people together and never be divisive or do anything that supports racism or intolerance."  Then he put on his Redskins helmet.


He doesn't really have much say in any of that.  It's not like he can play for another team or has the money to hold out.  The union farked over the young guys like Griffin and he has to serve out his rookie contract before he can move (and make real money).
 
2013-08-14 02:47:13 PM

EvilMonkeyBoy: rickythepenguin: DROxINxTHExWIND: The first time he throws a touchdown or scambles for 40 yards, you and everyone like you will be cheering and acting like you were never critical.


you do know there are 31 other NFL teams, right?  right?

You do know that there's a large segment of NFL fandom that makes arbitrary decisions on what teams they root for.

I have plenty of friends that wear jerseys of multiple players, regardless of team. Plenty of fans that jump on player bandwagons and not teams.

I'm not saying they aren't complete idiots, but they do exist

/Especially in a area like DC where a huge percentage of the population isn't even from there.


Shhhh. They're so cute when they think that its still the 1980s and people only root for the team that they see on the local television station. I guess I live in an alternate reality because i have cable TV.
 
2013-08-14 02:48:57 PM

meanmutton: Super Chronic: Griffin concluded his remarks by saying "bigotry is a terrible thing that needs to be eradicated in America.  I pray that I can help bring people together and never be divisive or do anything that supports racism or intolerance."  Then he put on his Redskins helmet.

He doesn't really have much say in any of that.  It's not like he can play for another team or has the money to hold out.  The union farked over the young guys like Griffin and he has to serve out his rookie contract before he can move (and make real money).


Ah yes, poor RGIII will have to settle for a mere $21 million over 4 years. The new rookie pay scale is the smartest thing the NFL has done in a long time.
 
2013-08-14 02:51:18 PM

DROxINxTHExWIND: I guess I live in an alternate reality because i have cable TV.


And in that alternate reality everyone cheers for RG3. LOL.

Seriously, the jersey-jumpers are a fickle group. The next time he throws a couple INTs in a game they'll hop off the bandwagon just as easily.
 
2013-08-14 02:52:08 PM

DROxINxTHExWIND: EvilMonkeyBoy: rickythepenguin: DROxINxTHExWIND: The first time he throws a touchdown or scambles for 40 yards, you and everyone like you will be cheering and acting like you were never critical.


you do know there are 31 other NFL teams, right?  right?

You do know that there's a large segment of NFL fandom that makes arbitrary decisions on what teams they root for.

I have plenty of friends that wear jerseys of multiple players, regardless of team. Plenty of fans that jump on player bandwagons and not teams.

I'm not saying they aren't complete idiots, but they do exist

/Especially in a area like DC where a huge percentage of the population isn't even from there.

Shhhh. They're so cute when they think that its still the 1980s and people only root for the team that they see on the local television station. I guess I live in an alternate reality because i have cable TV.


I know, right?  I hate that I have to go to bars usually to watch the Colts and the Bears play.  Wait, did I say hate?
 
2013-08-14 02:53:50 PM

DROxINxTHExWIND: ko_kyi: I seldom agree with Donovan McNabb, but how is having your injured quarterback doing DAILY press conferences during camp helpful?


Meh. People said the same bullshiat last off-season.

"OMG! He has a nickname and commercials and he's never played a game!"
"Oh noes! He's on another magazine cover!"

All he did was go out and win rookie of the year while carrying my Redskins to the NFC East title. This is all the biatching of bored people who have nothing better to talk about. The first time he throws a touchdown or scambles for 40 yards, you and everyone like you will be cheering and acting like you were never critical.


He barely edged out Russell Wilson, who I would argue had far less expected of him and shocked more people with his play.  RGIII had nowhere to go but down.  That said, as someone who lives near DC, I do miss the days when the 'Skins were more of a comedy act.

\Ah, Jeff George drilling his receivers in the back on a regular basis never got old
\\or Heath Shuler getting injured for the 15th time
\\\or Gus Frerotte jamming his neck in the stadium wall
 
2013-08-14 02:57:42 PM

LucklessWonder: Just Be Healthy For Week One, Robert.


And don;t hate if he aint.
 
2013-08-14 02:57:48 PM
Carn:

I know, right?  I hate that I have to go to bars usually to watch the Colts and the Bears play.  Wait, did I say hate?

All I know is that when I'm out of town and I google "Bears bar" I don't usually get the results I'm looking for.
 
2013-08-14 03:00:24 PM

DROxINxTHExWIND: Shhhh. They're so cute when they think that its still the 1980s and people only root for the team that they see on the local television station. I guess I live in an alternate reality because i have cable TV.


/I root for Auburn (local team)
//I have no cable...
///stuck in the 80's
////;)
 
2013-08-14 03:07:19 PM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: DROxINxTHExWIND: ko_kyi: I seldom agree with Donovan McNabb, but how is having your injured quarterback doing DAILY press conferences during camp helpful?


Meh. People said the same bullshiat last off-season.

"OMG! He has a nickname and commercials and he's never played a game!"
"Oh noes! He's on another magazine cover!"

All he did was go out and win rookie of the year while carrying my Redskins to the NFC East title. This is all the biatching of bored people who have nothing better to talk about. The first time he throws a touchdown or scambles for 40 yards, you and everyone like you will be cheering and acting like you were never critical.

He barely edged out Russell Wilson, who I would argue had far less expected of him and shocked more people with his play.  RGIII had nowhere to go but down.  That said, as someone who lives near DC, I do miss the days when the 'Skins were more of a comedy act.

\Ah, Jeff George drilling his receivers in the back on a regular basis never got old
\\or Heath Shuler getting injured for the 15th time
\\\or Gus Frerotte jamming his neck in the stadium wall



I don't think we should punish RGIII because the blockheads on the football draft shows missed on Russell Wilson. Remember, those are some of the same guys who wrote articles like, "DeMarcus Russell is a Sure Thing!"

And if those are the Redskins days that you remember the most, you sound young.


/Riggo on 4th and 1
//Doug Williams and the 18 plays - Second Qtr of the Super Bowl
///Mark Rypien getting sacked 8 times all year in 1991
 
2013-08-14 03:08:43 PM

Daffydil: DROxINxTHExWIND: Shhhh. They're so cute when they think that its still the 1980s and people only root for the team that they see on the local television station. I guess I live in an alternate reality because i have cable TV.

/I root for Auburn (local team)
//I have no cable...
///stuck in the 80's
////;)



Well, someone could have pointed out the irony of a Redsins fan talking about other people living in the 80s, but I beat them to it, so nah.
 
2013-08-14 03:09:36 PM

Fusilier: EyeballKid: UNC_Samurai: Even more impressive considering he went to a Baptist school - although I think he ended up at Baylor because a coach bailed on his first choice and Baylor has a very good track program.

Was there any organizing of hay into box-like shapes involved?

Strawman argument?


You know what they say, "ignorance is Bliss"
 
2013-08-14 03:09:46 PM
He sounds like a cornball brother.

/ Good Christian attitude.
 
2013-08-14 03:12:00 PM

mesmer242: tnpir: Griffin, who starred as rookie for the Redskins last season and is recovering from offseason knee surgery, added, "My view on it is, yes, I am a Christian, but to each his own. You do what you want to do. If some Christians want to look at being gay as a sin, then thinking about other women, committing adultery-or any of those other sins that are in the Bible-those are sins, too. And God looks at all of us the same way,"

More Christians should follow this lead.

There are plenty that do. They usually don't make the news. Nice to see that quote from RG3.


This. You don't hear much from the meek and the humble who do not judge.
 
2013-08-14 03:14:00 PM

DROxINxTHExWIND: DeMarcus Russell


JaMarcus. And that guy is probably the reason the rookie pay scale happened. 68 million of the Raiders money was allocated to him and 31.5 million of it was totally lost.
 
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