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I haven't peed my pants in forever. I did make a sex explosion in my sleep over Christmas, though. That was a show.
Nor is there with preseason accolades. Heisman talk aside, you're saying if the Redskins had the chance to draft Matheiu you wouldn't want him?
In 2011, Mathieu recorded 71 tackles, 1.5 sacks, five forced fumbles, two interceptions and two punts returned for touchdowns. He later earned the Chuck Bednarik Trophy recognizing the nation's top defensive player.
He's done we'll, no doubt.
Not all that matters, but give his size and it tells you half of why his draft stock is low. Tell me honestly if you want him on Hakeem nicks or miles Austin at his size?
I think it's kind of unrespectful- Ovie
He really isn't that undersized for a corner.
Seems like he was not at fault.
This post was edited by 2013Terp 15 months ago
Wow. This is NOT roomy!
As one source explained it, Williams was doing
nothing wrong and was not at fault. A statement
is expected to be released eventually by local
authorities. Another source said that others have
Williams, we’re told, will attend the Pro Bowl
and be treated as a full member of the NFC
team. He will be on the sidelines with his
teammates, but due to the injury he will not
you originally stated "You don't go from Heisman finalist as a defensive player in your sophomore year to not getting drafted regardless of what happens to you". I stated that being a Heisman finalist has nothing to do where you are drafted, or any other accolade as I noted with Burfict.
The ability to perform on an NFL field is all that matters. This includes both physical and mental ability.
I've been told that the weed issue with the Honey Badger is just the tip of the iceberg. He's going to be a problem in the league. I don't want him to be our problem.
classlessthug: I have too much on my plate to worry about the fact that my junk intimidates some needle D undergrad.
1. Honey Badger in the 2nd.
2. Te'o in the 3rd
bitches get stitches
And 11 million dollars per year with a 3 million bonus, and a free trip to Hawaii.
He'll recover find. Probably some Seahawks fanboy
“Route 1, where everybody meets.” ~Nick Faust #5
Not sure I trust my source enough but according to rumor, he dabbles in some non-drug enterprises.
"pimpin' ain't easy"?
He likes them on the corner?
Balls to the wall
Problem is he "dabbles" in football. Do not want unless its real late in the draft
Not sure how not playing for a year can increase draft stock in people's minds when he was thought of as a 2nd-3rd rounder a year ago
Somebody give me an update on the knee. You can make something up if you want.
He's getting stem cells injected into the injured area. Did we talk about this yet? I haven't read the whole thread. I found it interesting. Andrews did that with AP and others, too. Great results so far.
There's your update.
Stem cells? YES. What about plasma, we need plasma.
I can't even tell if you're bullshitting. This is awesome. He's totally going to be ready Week One.
You see that pussy AP said RG3 couldn't come back like he did? Can we send Dejon Gomes to Minneapolis on Redskins 1 to tear his other ACL?
Toss in some of that deer dick milkshake or whatever the lord healed Ray with.
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