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Old 12-18-2012, 10:19 PM   #101
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Loser Number 10: WaffleBoy

Why he sucks: Front runner. Troll. Shows up talking when his latest bandwagon team wins, but rarely seen when they lose

Defining moment: Feigning offense when people accused him of craving Big Ben's love juice.

Good points: Okay, this was a tough pick right off the bat. Personally, I don't mind Waffle, but the nearly universal contempt he generates cannot be ignored.

Potential for redemption: He would have to want to change and that's not going to happen.

The bubble picks were Smelvin and Errand. I disqualified Smelvin because he's more of a personal groupie of mine rather than an overall board nuisance. Errand just sucks the life out of any thread quicker than anybody I've ever seen.
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Loser Number 9: yavoon

Why he sucks: Drama King in Shorthand. Almost unbelievably argumentative. Seems to get along with virtually no other posters. Most of his discussions degenerate into name calling.

Defining moment: Rolling into Dodge and declaring some crap WR for Cleveland (forget who offhand) is better than Rod Smith.

Good points: Sometimes raises solid points. Not afraid to argue the unpopular side of an argument.

Potential for redemption: Too miserable as a human being to ever be likable.
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Loser Number 8: W*GS

Why he sucks: Non-Bronco fan/right wing ideologue. Whined about the goddamn stadium issue non-stop for five straight years. Jealous of Bowlen's money and making us suffer as a result.

Defining moment: N/A. Fortunately, I don't see him enough to pick one lowlight.

Good points: He mainly posts on threads I have no interest in opening.

Potential for redemption: None.
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Why he sucks: Fancies himself a provocative iconoclast, but he's really just a race baiting attention whore. Besmirches the memory of the great Richard Pryor by attaching his avatar image to one crappy take after another.

Defining moment: Trolls too consistently to narrow down one particular thread or post.

Good points: Shows flashes of rudimentary sports knowledge when he forgets his schtick is to be an annoying asshat 24/7.

Potential for redemption: Unlikely. Too fascinated by his own immaturity.
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Losers Number 6 and 5: Iowanian and crazyhorse

Why they suck: They're Chief fans. Unduly impressed by their own repartee. Nothing is worse than the dullard who believes he's witty and that sums up both of these guys.

Newsflash, goofballs. A person's sense of humor is unique to that particular individual. Obviously, that means we all think our own jokes are funny. Most people aren't funny. Both of you combined don't equal one clever poster. Perhaps you should pool IQs and begin posting as one moron.

Defining moments: Crazyhorse sending me rep that "complimented" me by saying my post sounded like something he would say.

Good points: They don't suck as badly as Eye Patch.

Potential for redemption: They're Chief fans. Not bloody likely.
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Loser Number 4: Watermock

Why he sucks: There are 57,000 reasons.

Defining moment: Pick a banning, any banning.

Good points: Somewhat humbled by the recent game of WhackaMock that breaks out whenever he posts something off topic these days.

Potential for redemption: Truthfully, the thrice-banned former board bad boy has cleaned up his act a little bit already. He still sucks, though.
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Loser Number 3: Bob's Your Information Minister

Why he sucks: Craves abuse and demands ritual beatdowns on a daily basis.

Defining moment: Banned for disrespecting the Son of God.

Good point: People find a cathartic release in treating him like a bloated virgin punching bag.

Potential for redemption: Minimal. Obviously, Knob's a closet Bronco fan, but he knows he would incur even more wrath if he officially switched allegiances.
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Loser Number 2: MajikMan7

Why he sucks: Generation Why slacker. Has never posted anything worthwhile and its likely he never will. His parents must feel dead inside when they look at him.

Defining moment: The amazing gayness of his collection of hair care products.

Good point: Favorite player is a Polish/American.

Potential for redemption: He might grow up some day.
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And the Number 1 Forum Loser for the Summer of 2006: Angry Llama

Why he sucks: Biggest drama king on the Mane. Biggest poser on the Mane. Bizarre compulsion to immerse himself in mindless hype over this week's favorite athlete. Author of spectacular hissy fit meltdowns when his teams inevitably choke. No sense of perspective or slightest inkling of how he's perceived on this board.

Defining moment: Predicting a sweep for the Mavs in The Finals and then disappearing for several days after they inevitably choked.

Good points: His transparent and pretentious affectations, and inability to handle defeat like an adult, make him ripe for parody.

Potential for redemption: I hope he never changes.
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Old 12-18-2012, 10:22 PM   #102
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Thinking of teams out there, Jax is definitely one of the destinations. Young QB who hasn't cut it, Henne a backup for life. KC could also be one. If he's willing to sit New England could be a place because of Josh.

If he can't get the chance to fully compete for a starting QB position, I think the CFL could do him some good because he needs to play. Not punt protection, not come in for a series and then gone.
Will add maybe a Tennessee/Buffalo/Arizona. That's about it.
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Old 12-18-2012, 10:49 PM   #103
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Also this episode shows what a great decision-maker John Elway was. Even in the face of fan pressure, Elway held it together and made the right call. I don't know that we could ask for a better head man given the results we've seen in two short years. I'd like to know who could have done better.
I'm just glad that Elway replaced Tebow with Manning and not somebody like Weeden. That would've pissed me off.
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Old 12-18-2012, 10:57 PM   #104
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Will add maybe a Tennessee/Buffalo/Arizona. That's about it.
Jax just has the most upside. For both parties.
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Old 12-18-2012, 11:08 PM   #105
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Old 12-18-2012, 11:10 PM   #106
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Loser Number 10: WaffleBoy

Why he sucks: Front runner. Troll. Shows up talking when his latest bandwagon team wins, but rarely seen when they lose

Defining moment: Feigning offense when people accused him of craving Big Ben's love juice.

Good points: Okay, this was a tough pick right off the bat. Personally, I don't mind Waffle, but the nearly universal contempt he generates cannot be ignored.

Potential for redemption: He would have to want to change and that's not going to happen.

The bubble picks were Smelvin and Errand. I disqualified Smelvin because he's more of a personal groupie of mine rather than an overall board nuisance. Errand just sucks the life out of any thread quicker than anybody I've ever seen.
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Loser Number 9: yavoon

Why he sucks: Drama King in Shorthand. Almost unbelievably argumentative. Seems to get along with virtually no other posters. Most of his discussions degenerate into name calling.

Defining moment: Rolling into Dodge and declaring some crap WR for Cleveland (forget who offhand) is better than Rod Smith.

Good points: Sometimes raises solid points. Not afraid to argue the unpopular side of an argument.

Potential for redemption: Too miserable as a human being to ever be likable.
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Loser Number 8: W*GS

Why he sucks: Non-Bronco fan/right wing ideologue. Whined about the goddamn stadium issue non-stop for five straight years. Jealous of Bowlen's money and making us suffer as a result.

Defining moment: N/A. Fortunately, I don't see him enough to pick one lowlight.

Good points: He mainly posts on threads I have no interest in opening.

Potential for redemption: None.
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Loser Number 7: GonzoLays -

Why he sucks: Fancies himself a provocative iconoclast, but he's really just a race baiting attention whore. Besmirches the memory of the great Richard Pryor by attaching his avatar image to one crappy take after another.

Defining moment: Trolls too consistently to narrow down one particular thread or post.

Good points: Shows flashes of rudimentary sports knowledge when he forgets his schtick is to be an annoying asshat 24/7.

Potential for redemption: Unlikely. Too fascinated by his own immaturity.
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Losers Number 6 and 5: Iowanian and crazyhorse

Why they suck: They're Chief fans. Unduly impressed by their own repartee. Nothing is worse than the dullard who believes he's witty and that sums up both of these guys.

Newsflash, goofballs. A person's sense of humor is unique to that particular individual. Obviously, that means we all think our own jokes are funny. Most people aren't funny. Both of you combined don't equal one clever poster. Perhaps you should pool IQs and begin posting as one moron.

Defining moments: Crazyhorse sending me rep that "complimented" me by saying my post sounded like something he would say.

Good points: They don't suck as badly as Eye Patch.

Potential for redemption: They're Chief fans. Not bloody likely.
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Loser Number 4: Watermock

Why he sucks: There are 57,000 reasons.

Defining moment: Pick a banning, any banning.

Good points: Somewhat humbled by the recent game of WhackaMock that breaks out whenever he posts something off topic these days.

Potential for redemption: Truthfully, the thrice-banned former board bad boy has cleaned up his act a little bit already. He still sucks, though.
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Loser Number 3: Bob's Your Information Minister

Why he sucks: Craves abuse and demands ritual beatdowns on a daily basis.

Defining moment: Banned for disrespecting the Son of God.

Good point: People find a cathartic release in treating him like a bloated virgin punching bag.

Potential for redemption: Minimal. Obviously, Knob's a closet Bronco fan, but he knows he would incur even more wrath if he officially switched allegiances.
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Loser Number 2: MajikMan7

Why he sucks: Generation Why slacker. Has never posted anything worthwhile and its likely he never will. His parents must feel dead inside when they look at him.

Defining moment: The amazing gayness of his collection of hair care products.

Good point: Favorite player is a Polish/American.

Potential for redemption: He might grow up some day.
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And the Number 1 Forum Loser for the Summer of 2006: Angry Llama

Why he sucks: Biggest drama king on the Mane. Biggest poser on the Mane. Bizarre compulsion to immerse himself in mindless hype over this week's favorite athlete. Author of spectacular hissy fit meltdowns when his teams inevitably choke. No sense of perspective or slightest inkling of how he's perceived on this board.

Defining moment: Predicting a sweep for the Mavs in The Finals and then disappearing for several days after they inevitably choked.

Good points: His transparent and pretentious affectations, and inability to handle defeat like an adult, make him ripe for parody.

Potential for redemption: I hope he never changes.
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i never seen most those people before must been before i found the OM
ill let yalls get back to fighting over whatever. carry on with your silly lil forum fights, may the best poster win or lose or what have you . ill just sit back and enjoy this season
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Jax just has the most upside. For both parties.
Wanted to include possible regime change/unsettling QB situations.
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Old 12-18-2012, 11:21 PM   #108
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In all honesty I dont think he would ever go to the CFL, too far away from his "fanbase"
That's not true, Tebow has a huge following up here.

That being said, Tebow will make 10x as much riding the pine as a 3rd stringer in the NFL than starting in the CFL.

Average "superstars" in the CFL average about $100K a year, about a third of the NFL's league minimum.
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That's not true, Tebow has a huge following up here.

That being said, Tebow will make 10x as much riding the pine as a 3rd stringer in the NFL than starting in the CFL.

Average "superstars" in the CFL average about $100K a year, about a third of the NFL's league minimum.
I think the CFL should be considered a possibility because it will give him a chance to get better as a QB. A CFL team will give him the keys to play.

If he's willing to sit behind a QB like Tom Brady in NE he can learn that is another possibility as well.

There's not a lot of options out there. He really needs to think about the direction he plans to take. NY should release him and give him the opportunity since they have no desire to play him/teach him.
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Old 12-19-2012, 12:11 AM   #111
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I think the CFL should be considered a possibility because it will give him a chance to get better as a QB. A CFL team will give him the keys to play.

If he's willing to sit behind a QB like Tom Brady in NE he can learn that is another possibility as well.

There's not a lot of options out there. He really needs to think about the direction he plans to take. NY should release him and give him the opportunity since they have no desire to play him/teach him.
The CFL should pay Tebow what ever he wants (if it is even about money with Tebow) He will do more for that league and any other way they could spend 10 million dollars.
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I think the CFL is a "quick release" game, because they allow a man in motion towards the line of scrimmage at the snap. (Or I could be confusing it with Arena football, which does allow that).

I've never seen the CFL thing. I genuinely think Tebow's best fit is what the Jets said they were doing. It just needs to be at a team where (1) the starter is a lock down HOFer, and Tebow is a backup and short yardage specialist, with occasional change-upl; or (2) they're willing to consider starting him if he's needed.

Maybe at the next stop ( if there is one), everybody will be a little more unclenched. Good grief, the back up quarterback positions, especially #3, is a wasted spot anyway. Tebow is a chance to get some production out of a spot that is a waste of oxygen on most Sundays.

We live in a world where Caleb Hayne and Terrell Pryor can live in peace. Maybe there's a team that can handle Tebow.
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I think the CFL is a "quick release" game, because they allow a man in motion towards the line of scrimmage at the snap. (Or I could be confusing it with Arena football, which does allow that).

I've never seen the CFL thing. I genuinely think Tebow's best fit is what the Jets said they were doing. It just needs to be at a team where (1) the starter is a lock down HOFer, and Tebow is a backup and short yardage specialist, with occasional change-upl; or (2) they're willing to consider starting him if he's needed.

Maybe at the next stop ( if there is one), everybody will be a little more unclenched. Good grief, the back up quarterback positions, especially #3, is a wasted spot anyway. Tebow is a chance to get some production out of a spot that is a waste of oxygen on most Sundays.

We live in a world where Caleb Hayne and Terrell Pryor can live in peace. Maybe there's a team that can handle Tebow.
And therein lies the problem, Jay. Tebow gets far more media attention than any other backup QB in the NFL. And it's because his vocal fans insist that he should be "given" a starting job without having to earn it... nevermind that he can't earn it over even the most mediocre of starting NFL QBs because he cannot consistently put the football where it needs to be to complete a pass. And Hanie and Pryor aren't in the media spotlight because they don't seek the spotlight. Tebow does.
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Gotta be JAX or bust at this point I'd think.
Even though the coaches and front office people don't want him, just the owner? That's why he picked the Jets over Jax to start with. It was supposedly the Jets coaches and front office people who wanted him, while he'd just be a side-show in Jax (of course, he's become that in NY anyway, but it's understandable why he thought otherwise back when the trade happened). I don't think it helps him at all to go to a place where the coaching staff hasd no faith in him.

To me, the ideal situation would be for Tebow to go to a team with an established starter and coaches willing to work with him. New England, for instance. He'd be reunited with the one guy in the NFL who ever showed any faith in him (McDaniels), and he'd be behind a future HOF, so he'd have a chance to really develop as a QB in peace. Whether or not Bellichek would be on board with that is another matter. I think it was rumored that Green Bay had some interest in him as well. If true, that would be another ideal situation.
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And therein lies the problem, Jay. Tebow gets far more media attention than any other backup QB in the NFL. And it's because his vocal fans insist that he should be "given" a starting job without having to earn it... nevermind that he can't earn it over even the most mediocre of starting NFL QBs because he cannot consistently put the football where it needs to be to complete a pass. And Hanie and Pryor aren't in the media spotlight because they don't seek the spotlight. Tebow does.
When and where do the "vocal fans" cause problems? Are we still talking about the internet, and Twitter? They don't cause problems at practice, meetings, or games.

It's the lamest excuse ever. Coaches have no one to blame but their own uncertainty or lack of confidence in their own decisions. Bellichick wouldn't give a crap -- if he thought he could use the player, he would use the player. If not, not. I think Shanny would have the balls to do whatever he wanted without regard to Twitter or internet comments.

This constant tendency to make a morality play out of it -- well, Tebow brought this on himself, blah, blah blah. Or "Well, if only the fans weren't at fault . . . . "

It's football. If the guy can play, use him. If he can't cut him. Happens all the time -- the vast, vast majority of players make their march through the NFL, and go out with some coach somewhere making a decision based on football that they can't use them."
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I feel sorry for Tim the player. He got played by the Jets from jumpstreet when no one from teh Jets attended his press conference , to the idea in preseason that he was going to have a special package created to the use of him as a wildcat QB for 70 plays total when he should be more of a read option type QB

The Jets look like the biggest tools in the NFL right now
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fixed it for you is what I think of. Sometimes I like FYP but that is old school
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For all the b****ing people did over talking about Tebow, you guys seem to talk about him alot. You're all sick, masochist ****s.
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xmas has come early for me! The Tebow-to-the-CFL countdown can officially begin
Why? Are you a Jets fan too? He is gone so you should either be happy for him or not give a rat's ass about him. What did he do to you or the organization that shows this response? I doubt any former Broncos QB gets this much hate. Orton is forgotten and it was Tebow who helped save our season.
I am not a Tebow nut hugger and was excited when we landed Manning but to for some to want him to fail miserably is either the Anti Christian type we saw last year or maybe hates his playing style that might change the NFL QB look (oh ****, did I go MacGruder on that one?).

I wish him the best of luck and hope we beat him badly if he gets a chance on an NFL team. Tim, thanks for the 2011 memories and you still can't throw but I hope you find a home somewhere...maybe J'Ville or the CFL.
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I think the CFL should be considered a possibility because it will give him a chance to get better as a QB. A CFL team will give him the keys to play.

If he's willing to sit behind a QB like Tom Brady in NE he can learn that is another possibility as well.

There's not a lot of options out there. He really needs to think about the direction he plans to take. NY should release him and give him the opportunity since they have no desire to play him/teach him.
Plus the field is wider and his errant throws might hit the receiver behind his main target.

See, here I am ripping on Tebow after sticking up for him in the post above. I see both sides and marry them together. Can't throw very good but got us to 1st place and beat the hated Steelers.
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One guy I can't rip on is Wolf. He wanted Shanny gone before most of us realized he wore out his welcome. Maybe Wolf wanted his firing a tad too soon but his reasonings were pretty much on. We just wanted to give him more of a chance and Wolf and Matt4MVP had seen enough.
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I wouldn't be surprised if the Patriots end up with Tebow. Then he'll be re-united with the guy who drafted him and who presumably still sees something in Tebow that few other OC types see.
Another bad post by Armchair. Only thing Tebow would be doing in NE is running the film department or placing strategically placed cameras inside the visitor's locker room. No way he goes to NE. They don't do wildcat there and McDaniels doesn't have that type of pull anymore.
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