- Dec 27, 2005
2020.Isn’t that the grand opening of the new Kronke stadium??
No way the nfl allows a strike imo
LMAO! I think it shoulda been Kraft Boca Raton Cream Cheese.....he needs to rebrand, just like dean does. Come (no pun intended) to think of it, dean should call his team the LA Cream. Motto: "Jizz All Over LA".Kraft Philadelphia Cream cheese: “A little taste of heaven.”
They really should, at the very least target something like week 2 or 3 to walkout.If the players are smart, they would walk at the end of the season this year. 2020 is a crucial year for the nfl.
Players would have maximum advantage.
It does not even rely on that. The dispute would go to arbitration, if the players walked off before the CBA had run it's course then it would probably be a strike against them in arbitration.I have not read the cba, nor am I a lawyer. Depends on the language of the CBA. If they can per the CBA, then I would.
With fellow draft year QBs Big Ben hurt, and Eli Manning removed as a starter, may I recommend that either the Chargers substitute Rivers when either the score is long ( behind 24-6 Third quarter) or high ( ahead 21-3 start of 4th quarter)Definitely star QBs.
Well ok... The guy with mono isn't really a star...
Who is that? Give him an Emmy!
They should have overpaid for Gordon. It's already cost them one game and the window is shutting fast on Rivers. Who cares if it wrecks your salary cap a few years down the road?
How did it cost them the game in Detroit? PR17 cost them the game in Detroit with that INT in the red zone. The D did not stop the Lions.They should have overpaid for Gordon. It's already cost them one game and the window is shutting fast on Rivers. Who cares if it wrecks your salary cap a few years down the road?
But spenis gonna spenis.
The theory is that MGIII would’ve got the goal line call. Your theory works for me tooHow did it cost them the game in Detroit? PR17 cost them the game in Detroit with that INT in the red zone. The D did not stop the Lions.
The Lions though are a better team than the talking heads give them credit for, and the Chargers may not be as good as some of us (read me) hoped for.