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2018-02-04 10:07:25 AM  
As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.
 
2018-02-04 10:54:30 AM  
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Yep, only roid boys and cheaters are able to play QB at age 40.....

 
2018-02-04 11:07:18 AM  
TAWMY IS FAHKIN GOD KID!!
 
2018-02-04 11:07:22 AM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.


I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.
 
2018-02-04 11:11:35 AM  
Because of course he won MVP again.

/lolbradywins
 
2018-02-04 11:20:18 AM  
Good.
 
2018-02-04 11:32:48 AM  

downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.


Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.
 
2018-02-04 11:42:51 AM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.


Okay, a line that protects him and throwing the ball really quick might help too. And DW was non-contact, Carson was acting as a runner at the time, Romo had mediocre linemen and Aaron was apparently cursed by his ex (something most vag-o-sexual people around here would gladly risk).
 
2018-02-04 11:48:21 AM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.


I really don't like defending Brady, because I think he's a smug ass... but isn't he tested regularly?  And Bonds was not, correct?
 
2018-02-04 11:49:11 AM  
Oh, and meanwhile...
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\not that such things matter to the Sith, but still....
 
2018-02-04 11:57:52 AM  

FriarReb98: Oh, and meanwhile...
[scontent.fbed1-2.fna.fbcdn.net image 850x780]\not that such things matter to the Sith, but still....


... I think I've figured out why I keep getting what I thought was an insane autocorrect when typing "Don't ask" too quickly and typing "Don'task" instead.
 
2018-02-04 12:00:31 PM  

FriarReb98: Oh, and meanwhile...
not that such things matter to the Sith, but still....


The Eagles lost Darren Sproles, Chris Maragos, Jason Peters, Jordan Hicks, and of course Carson Wentz and still managed 13-3 etc, etc. 
Pederson also only got 1 vote.

But I still think McVay did a fantastic job turning that team around.  I thought Goff was a straight up bust last year.
 
2018-02-04 12:01:22 PM  
Brady has a brand to protect and he's not gonna risk what's basically his life since football is almost over for him, by getting busted for PED's.  Now if that were to ever happen, he'd pretty much have to pull a Rafael Palmeiro and disappear from existence
 
2018-02-04 12:11:56 PM  

downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.

I really don't like defending Brady, because I think he's a smug ass... but isn't he tested regularly?  And Bonds was not, correct?


He is tested, sure. But for certain stars with major commercial deals, let's just say the League has looked away more than once.

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2018-02-04 12:12:24 PM  

downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.

I really don't like defending Brady, because I think he's a smug ass... but isn't he tested regularly?  And Bonds was not, correct?


The NFL has been testing for steroids since 1987, MLB didn't start testing until 2003.
I can't help but believe MLB was complicit in their use. You'd have to be blind to not have noticed the change in Bonds' appearance.

I don't believe Brady dopes. The game and protection for QBs has just changed.
 
2018-02-04 12:18:11 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.

I really don't like defending Brady, because I think he's a smug ass... but isn't he tested regularly?  And Bonds was not, correct?

He is tested, sure. But for certain stars with major commercial deals, let's just say the League has looked away more than once.

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He was certainly in the Rat Family back in 1995.
 
2018-02-04 12:31:43 PM  

fatalvenom: Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.

I really don't like defending Brady, because I think he's a smug ass... but isn't he tested regularly?  And Bonds was not, correct?

He is tested, sure. But for certain stars with major commercial deals, let's just say the League has looked away more than once.

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He was certainly in the Rat Family back in 1995.


Compare Brady 2001 and 2017:
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Looks roughly the same, but about 10 pounds leaner.
 
2018-02-04 12:34:25 PM  
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2018-02-04 12:58:46 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.


So your argument is "he's guilty because I said so?"
 
2018-02-04 01:02:29 PM  

Derek Force: FriarReb98: Oh, and meanwhile...
not that such things matter to the Sith, but still....

The Eagles lost Darren Sproles, Chris Maragos, Jason Peters, Jordan Hicks, and of course Carson Wentz and still managed 13-3 etc, etc. 
Pederson also only got 1 vote.

But I still think McVay did a fantastic job turning that team around.  I thought Goff was a straight up bust last year.


Oh I'm not knocking him for winning. It's just the whole "one vote" thing. It's like no one was paying attention to him, of all people.
 
2018-02-04 01:04:20 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.

I really don't like defending Brady, because I think he's a smug ass... but isn't he tested regularly?  And Bonds was not, correct?

He is tested, sure. But for certain stars with major commercial deals, let's just say the League has looked away more than once.

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NFL was already testing for steroids, but testing for HGH didn't start until 2014, a year after Peyton was suspected of taking it.  Dunno why Peyton gets off so easy with all the cheating - Colts pumping audience noise and extra heat into the dome, sexually abusing women, PED use, doctoring balls, and got more phantom PI calls than everyone else in the league combined.  Meanwhile, we still have to hear about the cheating "Tuck Rule".
 
2018-02-04 01:10:01 PM  

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2018-02-04 01:14:42 PM  

Kiribub: Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.

So your argument is "he's guilty because I said so?"


Consider this. Roger Clemens was racking up Cy Youngs in his 40s. Remember how everyone talked about his insane workout regiment & his never-ending work ethic? Consider now what we're seeing. There's much hullabaloo about TB12 & how much film he watches. There's documentaries about his work ethic now. Consider the Patriots' desire to bend rules to their benefit. Consider that Brady is America's oldest MVP in what is unquestionably America's most violent sport.

This doesn't add up. It's not just about work ethic. Furthermore, we have proof with Peyton Manning that NFL players are taking questionable substances while the NFL looks the other way. Why is it so crazy to suggest that Brady is not exactly doing everything legitimately?

It's okay to question what you're seeing.
 
2018-02-04 01:15:02 PM  

FriarReb98: Derek Force: FriarReb98: Oh, and meanwhile...
not that such things matter to the Sith, but still....

The Eagles lost Darren Sproles, Chris Maragos, Jason Peters, Jordan Hicks, and of course Carson Wentz and still managed 13-3 etc, etc.
Pederson also only got 1 vote.

But I still think McVay did a fantastic job turning that team around.  I thought Goff was a straight up bust last year.

Oh I'm not knocking him for winning. It's just the whole "one vote" thing. It's like no one was paying attention to him, of all people.


Yeah, this is one of those awards they like to mix it up and give it to other guys putting up good efforts, else it would look like this:
2017 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2016 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2015 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2014 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2013 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2012 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2011 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2010 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2009 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2008 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2007 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2006 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2005 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2004 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2003 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2002 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2001 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2000 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
1999 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
 
2018-02-04 01:15:05 PM  
(Same reasoning for Pedersen, for that matter. WTF?)
 
2018-02-04 01:17:27 PM  

NakedDrummer: FriarReb98: Derek Force: FriarReb98: Oh, and meanwhile...
not that such things matter to the Sith, but still....

The Eagles lost Darren Sproles, Chris Maragos, Jason Peters, Jordan Hicks, and of course Carson Wentz and still managed 13-3 etc, etc.
Pederson also only got 1 vote.

But I still think McVay did a fantastic job turning that team around.  I thought Goff was a straight up bust last year.

Oh I'm not knocking him for winning. It's just the whole "one vote" thing. It's like no one was paying attention to him, of all people.

Yeah, this is one of those awards they like to mix it up and give it to other guys putting up good efforts, else it would look like this:
2017 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2016 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2015 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2014 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2013 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2012 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2011 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2010 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2009 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2008 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2007 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2006 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2005 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2004 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2003 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2002 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2001 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
2000 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots
1999 | Bill Belichick | New England Patriots


First off, Bill wasn't coach in '99, Petey still was.
Second off, no one in their right mind would've given him it in '00.

After that...plenty of arguments every year. Chucky in '02, Cowher, both Harbaughs (begrudgingly) all come to mind.
 
2018-02-04 01:18:39 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.


Peyton Manning (that's my wife's HGH!) and Drew Brees (dude, where's my shoulder?) play at a high level at 39 - wow - great effort by those two.

But Brady is a cheater. Uh huh.
 
2018-02-04 01:19:04 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: Kiribub: Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.

So your argument is "he's guilty because I said so?"

Consider this. Roger Clemens was racking up Cy Youngs in his 40s. Remember how everyone talked about his insane workout regiment & his never-ending work ethic? Consider now what we're seeing. There's much hullabaloo about TB12 & how much film he watches. There's documentaries about his work ethic now. Consider the Patriots' desire to bend rules to their benefit. Consider that Brady is America's oldest MVP in what is unquestionably America's most violent sport.

This doesn't add up. It's not just about work ethic. Furthermore, we have proof with Peyton Manning that NFL players are taking questionable substances while the NFL looks the other way. Why is it so crazy to suggest that Brady is not exactly doing everything legitimately?

It's okay to question what you're seeing.


Question all you want; let me know when you have something that resembles proof.
 
2018-02-04 01:32:42 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: Kiribub: Straight Outta Wells Branch: downstairs: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

I don't like Brady or the Pats... but I think it is more the massive over protection of QB's.  I think we'll see more and more 40+ year old QBs doing well in the near future.  Not all of them, but the lifespan in the NFL for a QB is going to get longer and longer as you basically can't even brush up against QB's without penalty.

Tell that to Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, Tony Romo & Deshaun Watson. HGH allows you to recover from injuries faster. In a game where the QBs still get hit regularly, and in the most violent sport we have, Tom Brady just became the oldest MVP of any major American sport breaking the previous record set by...Barry Bonds.

That's not natural. Sorry. It ain't just the water, the kale & 8 PM bedtime.

So your argument is "he's guilty because I said so?"

Consider this. Roger Clemens was racking up Cy Youngs in his 40s. Remember how everyone talked about his insane workout regiment & his never-ending work ethic? Consider now what we're seeing. There's much hullabaloo about TB12 & how much film he watches. There's documentaries about his work ethic now. Consider the Patriots' desire to bend rules to their benefit. Consider that Brady is America's oldest MVP in what is unquestionably America's most violent sport.

This doesn't add up. It's not just about work ethic. Furthermore, we have proof with Peyton Manning that NFL players are taking questionable substances while the NFL looks the other way. Why is it so crazy to suggest that Brady is not exactly doing everything legitimately?

It's okay to question what you're seeing.


I read the first paragraph of this in Rod Serling's voice
 
2018-02-04 01:39:53 PM  
Hopefully, Tom sent a Thank You note to the LA Rams....

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2018-02-04 01:49:33 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.


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2018-02-04 01:58:31 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

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Golf doesn't demand the physical exertion that football does. Also, Jack Nicklaus doesn't get enough credit for wearing the ugliest thing imaginable.
 
2018-02-04 02:03:00 PM  
If I were a voter, I'd have been tempted to vote for Keenum. The NFL really needs a Best "I'm Not Even Supposed To Be Here Today" Player award for overachieving backups.
 
2018-02-04 02:03:25 PM  

basemetal: [img.spokeo.com image 415x600]Yep, only roid boys and cheaters are able to play QB at age 40.....


That man, and the miracle season of 1970 are why I've been a Raiders fan since that year.
 
2018-02-04 04:04:38 PM  
Is that a toddler  being awarded a dick shaped cupcake on that ad?
 
2018-02-04 04:05:55 PM  

Chemlight Battery: If I were a voter, I'd have been tempted to vote for Keenum. The NFL really needs a Best "I'm Not Even Supposed To Be Here Today" Player award for overachieving backups.


What about Lewis a guy that was almost out of football?
 
2018-02-04 04:07:27 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Straight Outta Wells Branch: As we learned from Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens & Lance Armstrong, if something seems a little too impressive at an advanced age, there's probably a reason for that. And it ain't the prayers, the training & the vitamins.

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