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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2015-08-24, 09:19

InTenSity wrote:Hoyer is named the starter for the Texans. Not sure if that is for the next game or for the season.

At least for the regular season opener.

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Sources: The #Texans have named Brian Hoyer as their starting QB to begin the 2015 season.
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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2015-08-24, 20:15

Dennard might be on ESPN MNF tonight if he plays which I assume he will?
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Post by SpartanInNH on 2015-08-24, 21:14

T-Rob explaining his poor taste in shirts.....

Trenton Robinson Explains His Flash T-Shirt

Being a fan of a superhero is one thing, but Robinson believes that he and Flash have more in common than most people.

“It’s like my alter ego," he said. "You know, I’ve always been fast. It hasn’t been my size, it’s been my speed. So I just kind of like a little extra boost of energy (wearing the shirt).”

Perhaps the shirt is helping out after all. Through two preseason games Robinson has been seen flying around the field making plays at both safety and on special teams. Entering his third professional season, the Michigan State product claims that he is feeling more confident then ever.

“This is the best I have ever felt," he said. "I know my position, know what I’m supposed to be doing, and I’m focused. I’ve learned a lot and I feel that the coaches have taught me well.”

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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2015-08-24, 21:42

Meanwhile... Wonder how that fired, racist, sexist power mongering white trash ex-cop is doing...

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Post by DWags on 2015-08-24, 21:44

WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:Meanwhile... Wonder how that fired, racist, sexist power mongering white trash ex-cop is doing...

Did he get fired?

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Post by Ass Dan on 2015-08-24, 22:40

WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:Meanwhile... Wonder how that fired, racist, sexist power mongering white trash ex-cop is doing...

Who are we talking about? I want to be outraged too
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Post by DWags on 2015-08-24, 22:59

Ass Dan wrote:
WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:Meanwhile... Wonder how that fired, racist, sexist power mongering white trash ex-cop is doing...

Who are we talking about? I want to be outraged too

High school rival of his had become a bay city coo after a failed football career. Followed him on Facebook or Twitter and one night knew he was in a BW's at home in BC. I vaguely remember accusations of trumped up charges on TRob by this guy. Later was in trouble for basically being a bully cop with an ax to grind.

Someone help me out

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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2015-08-25, 09:34


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Post by SpartanInNH on 2015-08-25, 18:48

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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by StylesGShmooth on 2015-08-25, 22:48

DWags wrote:
Ass Dan wrote:

Who are we talking about? I want to be outraged too

High school rival of his had become a bay city coo after a failed football career. Followed him on Facebook or Twitter and one night knew he was in a BW's at home in BC. I vaguely remember accusations of trumped up charges on TRob by this guy. Later was in trouble for basically being a bully cop with an ax to grind.

Someone help me out

The big problem was it was a bullshit traffic stop. Then he twitter stalked TR and after TR mentioned the stop in his twitter he then went and found TR at a BW's and gave him a ticket for the traffic stop.
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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by LooseGoose on 2015-08-26, 03:50

StylesGShmooth wrote:
DWags wrote:

High school rival of his had become a bay city coo after a failed football career. Followed him on Facebook or Twitter and one night knew he was in a BW's at home in BC. I  vaguely remember accusations of trumped up charges on TRob by this guy.  Later was in trouble for basically being a bully cop with an ax to grind.

Someone help me out

The big problem was it was a bullshit traffic stop.  Then he twitter stalked TR and after TR mentioned the stop in his twitter he then went and found TR at a BW's and gave him a ticket for the traffic stop.  
Another rotten cop weeded out.

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Post by Ass Dan on 2015-08-26, 09:42

Ah yes, I remember now. Fuck that guy.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2015-08-30, 18:32

Damned fine 41 yard TD run there by Edwin Baker.

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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2015-08-31, 01:07

I hope Cousins proves me wrong, but I'm not exactly confident in him. Cook kind of proves that Kirk wasn't as good as we all thought.
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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by NigelUno on 2015-08-31, 07:21


Cousins is also clearly the best QB when you've already decided to cut RGIII.
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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by NigelUno on 2015-08-31, 07:22

I think Mumphrey might end up bumping Martin in Houston.
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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by DWags on 2015-08-31, 08:32

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:I hope Cousins proves me wrong, but I'm not exactly confident in him. Cook kind of proves that Kirk wasn't as good as we all thought.

Does any Spartan anywhere think Cousins is some kind of all pro? I have never read that. He's thought of by some as the best of those three who gets yanked around because of an owner way too involved. My personal hope is he plays well enough and gets the experience needed to become Green Bays #2. He'd be a great back up at places that already have an all pro. He could manage the team if the all pro goes down for three weeks or so and that's it.

I just think he's on a terrible team run like shit now and they have to use a #2 as a starter. 6 wins Max.

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Post by InTenSity on 2015-08-31, 08:43

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:I hope Cousins proves me wrong, but I'm not exactly confident in him. Cook kind of proves that Kirk wasn't as good as we all thought.
That's true, none of his wins count. Why does it matter how good or bad people think he was? He was a 3 star recruit, picked at the last minute, who was the leader the team needed while he was there. I don't agree with everything he believes in, but I think he was instrumental in helping Dantonio form the program the way that he wanted. Do we go back in time and hand the team a few losses because Kirk wasn't as good as you thought?

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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by Giant Moose on 2015-08-31, 09:25

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:I hope Cousins proves me wrong, but I'm not exactly confident in him. Cook kind of proves that Kirk wasn't as good as we all thought.
Cousins was as good as we thought. Without him, we had crappy Maxwell blowing games with one of the best defenses in school history.
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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by Blanch32 on 2015-08-31, 10:30

Giant Moose wrote:
Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:I hope Cousins proves me wrong, but I'm not exactly confident in him. Cook kind of proves that Kirk wasn't as good as we all thought.
Cousins was as good as we thought. Without him, we had crappy Maxwell blowing games with one of the best defenses in school history.

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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by LooseGoose on 2015-08-31, 13:55

Full rundown of Spartans in the NFL.....

Spartans in the NFL: QB Kirk Cousins named starter; QB Brian Hoyer leads Houston victory 


I've learned to just talk it day to day, in this league things can change really fast," Cousins said. "All I know to do is to control my attitude, my preparation and my effort and let the chips fall where they may."
Cousins had some demonstrative moments in the win over the Ravens, something he hinted that fans might see more of in the future.
"I'm a guy that likes to play with emotion and have fun,'' the former Holland Christian standout said. "Sometimes, I limit myself. I want to have fun and enjoy it when we play well. When we do some good things, come over to the sideline and show the passion that I have."
Cousins is 40-of-53 passing for 435 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in his three preseason games.

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Re: Spartans in the NFL

Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2015-08-31, 14:13

I'll really be pulling for Cousins. He represents all of what is right with America.

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Post by DWags on 2015-08-31, 15:42

Robert J Sakimano wrote:I'll really be pulling for Cousins. He represents all of what is right with America.


I hate guys like him. Works hard, overcomes adversity to rise to the absolute top of his profession, only 26 men in America have that position, makes or will make 7 figures, has advanced degrees from MSU, does charity work, and we never hear anything bad about him.

Fucker can kiss my ass.

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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2015-08-31, 15:46

DWags wrote:
Robert J Sakimano wrote:I'll really be pulling for Cousins. He represents all of what is right with America.


I hate guys like him.  Works hard, overcomes adversity to rise to the absolute top of his profession, only 26 men in America have that position, makes  or will make 7 figures, has advanced degrees from MSU, does charity work, and we never hear anything bad about him.

Fucker can kiss my ass.  
he's one of us. And I couldn't be any more proud of that.
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Post by StylesGShmooth on 2015-08-31, 16:07

Happy for Cousins. Disappointed as a Redskins fan. Was desperately hoping RG3 could regain the magic he had before. Still think he might somewhere else. All in for Captain Kirk now I guess. Really hoping his decision making has gotten better, his interception rate was atrocious in past starts.

Also, I absolutely hate Gruden as Head Coach.
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Post by InTenSity on 2015-08-31, 16:14

StylesGShmooth wrote:Happy for Cousins. Disappointed as a Redskins fan. Was desperately hoping RG3 could regain the magic he had before. Still think he might somewhere else. All in for Captain Kirk now I guess. Really hoping his decision making has gotten better, his interception rate was atrocious in past starts.

Also, I absolutely hate Gruden as Head Coach.
Isn't the O-Line a huge problem for Washington? If that is the case, I don't think it matters who your QB is, they aren't making it through the year. That being said, you watch them much closer than I do. Hopefully Kirk does well there, but I think the deck is stacked against him.

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Post by DWags on 2015-08-31, 16:20

Robert J Sakimano wrote:
DWags wrote:

I hate guys like him.  Works hard, overcomes adversity to rise to the absolute top of his profession, only 26 men in America have that position, makes  or will make 7 figures, has advanced degrees from MSU, does charity work, and we never hear anything bad about him.

Fucker can kiss my ass.  
he's one of us. And I couldn't be any more proud of that.

He's a lazy desk jockey who sits at a screen and criticizes society while the wives and girlfriends earn?

Damn, knock me down with a feather. He's like kin.

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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2015-08-31, 16:26

Link to girlfriend that earns? I have no intention to measure my self worth by the amount of money I make. TIA.
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Post by Blanch32 on 2015-08-31, 16:28

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:Link to girlfriend that earns? I have no intention to measure my self worth by the amount of money I make. TIA.

Nor your Wang size either
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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2015-08-31, 16:32

Blanch32 wrote:
Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:Link to girlfriend that earns? I have no intention to measure my self worth by the amount of money I make. TIA.

Nor your Wang size either

You got that pic? It was supposed to go to Dendro.
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Post by DWags on 2015-08-31, 16:42

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:Link to girlfriend that earns? I have no intention to measure my self worth by the amount of money I make. TIA.

It's easy to find a hooker. They earn. Don't know how loyal they'll be. But it's worth a try.

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Post by StylesGShmooth on 2015-08-31, 19:30

InTenSity wrote:
StylesGShmooth wrote:Happy for Cousins. Disappointed as a Redskins fan. Was desperately hoping RG3 could regain the magic he had before. Still think he might somewhere else. All in for Captain Kirk now I guess. Really hoping his decision making has gotten better, his interception rate was atrocious in past starts.

Also, I absolutely hate Gruden as Head Coach.
Isn't the O-Line a huge problem for Washington? If that is the case, I don't think it matters who your QB is, they aren't making it through the year. That being said, you watch them much closer than I do. Hopefully Kirk does well there, but I think the deck is stacked against him.

The O-line is pretty bad but not as bad as it looked against Detroit. Trent Williams didn't play which is huge. Also, Scherff (#5 overall pick this draft) has been absolutely horrible but I have to imagine that improves.
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Post by Blanch32 on 2015-08-31, 19:36

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Blanch32 wrote:

Nor your Wang size either

You got that pic? It was supposed to go to Dendro.

Yea dude. Opened it at work too. So fucking embarrassing...


Should have ran with it tho. That way I could join the Bobby sak program and never get fired
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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2015-09-01, 08:10

DWags wrote:
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he's one of us. And I couldn't be any more proud of that.

He's a lazy desk jockey who sits at a screen and criticizes society while the wives and girlfriends earn?

Damn, knock me down with a feather. He's like kin.
I happen to like him and think he represents all any of us could hope to be.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2015-09-05, 13:04





Adam Ruff@AdamMRuff 19h19 hours ago
Just looked at the NFL transaction wire. Both Max Bullough (Texans) and Andrew Gleichert (Eagles) have been released

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Post by LooseGoose on 2015-09-05, 13:14

No surprise - Worthy cut by the Lions.

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Post by SpartanInNH on 2015-09-05, 15:46

*Sigh* Bad day for Spartans.
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Post by Blanch32 on 2015-09-06, 10:10

LooseGoose wrote:



Adam Ruff@AdamMRuff 19h19 hours ago
Just looked at the NFL transaction wire. Both Max Bullough (Texans) and Andrew Gleichert (Eagles) have been released

Damn. Maybe now we can find out what happened with him for the Rose bowl
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Post by Death Roe on 2015-09-06, 10:37

just fucking drop it, you tool.

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