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    You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    Who would you take to help improve your team?

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    Re: You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    I said take the risk. Although it would have to depend on what kind of character probrlems and what kind of talent.
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    Re: You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    DV.....Are you stirring up trouble again? :lol: Should we go by position or just general player theme?
    Or are you talking Randy vs. ?
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    Re: You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    Lol. just trying to make things interesting and see if certain things can be overlooked since the one who isn't exactly a boy scout is the more talented of the two prospects. Yeah it can be any position, even kicker, hell even a punter.. when was the last time you heard a punter who was making head lines and getting under people's skin?

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    Re: You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    It depends on the "charicteristic" that the potentiol superstar has. If he is a selfish, arogant, jerk, take the good attitude. If the antics are somewhat mild then no prob.

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    Re: You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    "DemonicViking" wrote:
    Lol. just trying to make things interesting and see if certain things can be overlooked since the one who isn't exactly a boy scout is the more talented of the two prospects. Yeah it can be any position, even kicker, hell even a punter.. when was the last time you heard a punter who was making head lines and getting under people's skin?
    Well, Saurbrun and Vanderjat are no saints. Saurbrun admitted to steroid use :roll: , and Vanderjat shoots his mouth off like T.O. :roll:

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    Re: You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    I voted for the better behaved player. I did this because of the Patriots. That's a TEAM, you don't hear one person running his mouth in the media, that's why you don't hear a lot about them until playoff time. I find it awsome to watch how after every tackle, players on that team run over and high five. It's a winning enviornment, something that can't be built with a stuck up prick jawing to the media constantly.
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    Re: You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    "Take the risk factor by drafting the talented, yet characteristic potential superstar"

    Your use of this word in this particular situation makes absolutely no sense...I know what you were trying to say, but you didn't say it right.

    Sorry for the grammar lesson, but people shouldn't use big words unless they understand what they mean...I would rather read much simpler language if it accurately describes what the speaker/writer wants than to see someone misuse larger words...it makes you look like you don't know what you are talking about...which I am sure is not the case.

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    Re: You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    "akvikefan89" wrote:
    It depends on the "charicteristic" that the potentiol superstar has. If he is a selfish, arogant, jerk, take the good attitude. If the antics are somewhat mild then no prob.
    Either or. Did not include you added options.

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    Re: You're the coach of an NFL franchise..

    Oh, I'm pissed now, now I'm gonna go postal !

    my bad, sometimes you don't think straight when you're tired or thinking about something else.. if you know what I mean. You are correct, the proper way to phrase that would be "talented, yet controversial player with the potential to be a superstar" the athlete who exhibitis a characteristic trait found to be negative but with his abilities could make it big at the next level. How's that teach? :smile:

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