Kid’s Stuff

February 6, 2018

By Richard Rogers

Let’s take a break from the daily Kirk Cousins eulogy, Bruce bashing and Alex Smith analysis, and reminisce about days gone by.  Where did our love for sports come from, and is it still just as strong as it was when we were kids? Has the oversaturation of sports through social media, countless cable channels, and blabbering talking heads soured us on the pastimes we love? I think the answer lies somewhere in our developmental years.

I grew up in the 70’s in the Petworth section of Washington, D.C., a working class neighborhood just a mile or so north of what used to be the old Griffith Stadium. My neighborhood was filled with kids of all ages. I played with kids older than me and younger than me.  I lived right across the street from a recreation center, so I could hear basketballs bouncing at all hours of the night. Basketball and football were my first loves.  I mean, who didn’t love those sports as kids?  Me and my boys played basketball every day after school and on the weekends. We were little, so we had to squeeze in court time before the “big boys” came. You needed keen eyesight in my neighborhood when you played basketball, because there were almost never any nets on the rims.  We never heard that “swish” sound, just silence when the ball went through the rim. I literally remember getting excited to tell my friends when I found a court with nets, and don’t even get me started on courts with chain nets.  Those were mostly in the suburbs.

When I played basketball, I was “Magic” Johnson most of the time. But at times, I’d pretend I was World B. Free cause he shot all the time. In the “hood”, we called it “heistin’ ”. But when I did pass, I want to be “Magic”. I always wanted to lead the break with the no look pass or the behind the back pass. I also wanted to be like Jamal Wilkes, the former UCLA and NBA standout. He had that weird shooting motion, like he was slinging the ball.  There were other NBA heroes, Bird, Maravich, Gervin, but I also had college heroes.  The Georgetown Hoyas of the early 80’s were “gods” in D.C. Wingate, Floyd, Williams, Smith, Grant were all heroes. But, occasionally I wished I was left handed like “Pearl” Washington for Syracuse, and later I idolized Kenny Anderson from Georgia Tech.

I’ve always loved basketball because it was accessible and inexpensive to play, but football was a bit different. My love of football came out of my love for football cards.  I had all the Redskins’ cards.  Remember Danny Buggs, Gene Fugett, Joe Lavender, Clint Didier, and Mark Mosely? I marveled at Mosely, the last of the “straightaway kickers”.  But my love of football was not just with Redskins. The NFL did a great job of marketing moments and images, thanks to Steve Sabol and NFL Films.  For example, I remember seeing Earl Campbell getting his jersey torn off by the Rams. I went out and bought HUGE thigh-pads from Herman’s Sporting Goods and some football pants so I could be like Earl Campbell. Picture that. You couldn’t tell me anything bad about Earl Campbell; still, to me, he’s the greatest combination of size, speed and power ever to run the football.  And then there was the San Diego Chargers.  As kids, we always wanted to catch “the bomb”. Screen passes weren’t sexy.  Air it out!  John Jefferson was my guy. The wrist bands, the goggles. I wanted it all. My love of football was shaped by spectacular catches, runs, and hits. Riggins’ “fourth and one”, the “Immaculate Reception”, Danny White getting knocked out of the game are all etched in my mind.  But there are other iconic images and “things”. Lester Hayes was drenched in “stickum”, Theismann’s single-bar facemask, Dave Butz’ helmet, Lambert’s “toothless grin”.  That’s what I loved.

Not only were there players that influenced me, there were coaches and I liked the ones who were characters. Imagine Bum Phillips on the sidelines today. Can you picture Jay Gruden on the Redskins’ sideline in a tailored suit and a fedora like Landry? Could John Thompson coach in today’s NBA? What about Cubs Manager Hal McCrae’s profanity laced rant in 1988 which still one of most epic meltdowns in sports history?

But it wasn’t all about football and basketball for me. I actually watched men’s and women’s tennis in the 80’s.  Yes, tennis! Connors, Becker, McEnroe, Noah, and yes, “the Czech”, Ivan Lendl. I’d watch the entire matches waiting for a McEnroe tantrum or a glimpse at Chris Evert Lloyd.

I’m older now, and I still love sports. I’ve actually gotten into hockey a bit. Football is still “king”, but I’m trying to force myself to stay engaged with the NBA. Honestly, something in me died when Jordan walked away from the Bulls. I’ve not enjoyed the NBA the same since.  Yeah, I know, there was Shaq and Kobe, and now we’ve got Lebron and Durant, but for me it was Magic, Bird, and Jordan. They were my idols, and when your idols fade, part of you fades with them.

I am not bothered by the oversaturation of sports.  It’s a good thing to be able to see Division III basketball on ESPN. I like watching “Boxing Classics”. ESPN “30 for 30” is must watch TV. X- games are cool (sometimes). Cable and satellite have allowed me to stay connected to my childhood sports memories. Who would have imagined watching them on a 75-inch television?

It’s sad that I don’t see kids playing pick-up basketball much anymore.  I can’t remember the last time I’ve seen kids playing tackle football in the park. Are there even any rec sports leagues in the inner cities anymore? Is it all AAU and travel teams? Will kids have our same memories of actually playing sports in the neighborhood?  I doubt it, and it’s a shame.

  • noonefromtampa

    RIP Jóhann Jóhannsson, a Golden Globe winning composer, died Friday in Berlin, his manager confirmed to CNN. A native of Iceland, Jóhannsson was 48. The cause of death is unknown.

  • alex35332
    • Zig-Zag_BC

      YAY!

  • Big Buck64

    I thought the Adam Schiff thing was an internet joke . Turns out he was actually pranked , What a tool .

    • SCamp

      I think it’s pretty obvious to anyone NOT a die hard libby that the guy is a complete joke.

      • Different_Cat

        He’s definitely not a joke — only a complete wingnut would dismiss him like that.

        “Before agreeing to take the call, and immediately following it, the committee informed appropriate law-enforcement and security personnel of the conversation, and of our belief that it was probably bogus.”

        Graduated from Stanford and Harvard Law. Was a federal prosecutor who, ironically, convicted a former FBI officer for passing classified info. to the Russians.

        • SCamp

          He’s a joke. No surprise he’s your hero.

          • SCamp

            …and oh, by the way… his follow up emails prove he bought it hook, line, and sinker… just like you do his integrity.

          • SCamp

            …and I did say NOT a die hard libby… which you clearly are.

          • Different_Cat

            And did I NOT say that only a wingnut — which you are — would dismiss him? Because … you know … he’s a DEMOCRAT!

          • Different_Cat

            Whether he bought it or not I don’t know, but even if he thought it was a prank it would have been irresponsible to ignore someone claiming to have Russian blackmail material on the POTUS … when we know there’s a reasonable chance such exists.

        • Different_Cat
  • Zig-Zag_BC

    Over/Under on Griffy hitting Twitter if news of Luck being done breaks?

    • SCamp

      Odds of Griff NOT being on Twitter… at any given time

      • Zig-Zag_BC

        Zero

      • Big Buck64

        another tool .

        • Zig-Zag_BC

          He was the sharpest tool till Shanny beat him against a rock! -Meow

          • Big Buck64

            He hadn’t helped himself much either . I think NFL folks are starting to look at him sideways . I know I am .

          • Zig-Zag_BC

            Since ’13

  • Zig-Zag_BC

    Chillin’ with my daughter after homework and pestering the shit out of her about the Redskin reader, showed her a picture of Moses (she had positively ID’d him by me calling out names earlier) and she’s like “no”, so we did a line up, ended up being Arie Kouandjio. Oh well, still cool. She said he didn’t read with any expression, “just like, you know, a tough guy or whatever”. Lol

    • SCamp

      Eeewwwwweeee… Arie Kouadjio

      • Zig-Zag_BC

        Ikr, I was like “dammit, really? He’s a backup. Moses is our starting RT, he protects the QB blah blah blah, Arie kinda isn’t as good”. She didn’t care, only excitement for her was that he was a Redskin and she got to tell Daddy about it.

        • SCamp

          Honestly surprised he can read

          • Zig-Zag_BC

            Lol

  • No Punt Intended

    Have Norman and/or Swearenger tweeted anything about Malcolm Butler?

    • SCamp

      I’ve not seen anything

      • No Punt Intended

        Wonder if they have an opinion. Maybe I am looking for a reason to not even try to re-sign Cheesetown.

        • SCamp

          I’d be interested to know what the real story is…

          • No Punt Intended

            Hearing now there was a club-brawl where multiple women got hit and maybe even went to the hospital.

            If that’s even close and the Pats played him, they’d be feeding right into the stereotype most already have for them.

          • SCamp

            He’s denying all of it… of course.

          • No Punt Intended

            Not like he’s Ray Lewis or anything.

          • Zig-Zag_BC

            Trade them Junior for Derek Rivers.

    • Zig-Zag_BC

      IT WAS WROOOOOOONNNNGGGGGGGGGG!
      fwiw, fuck him, he didn’t get traded AND he’s not a Skin.

  • SCamp

    Mike Garafolo‏Verified account @MikeGarafolo · 2h2 hours ago

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    The Colts’ assistants you’ve seen reported (e.g. Matt Eberflus as DC) have signed contracts and have been in the team’s building, sources say. Indications are they’ll still be with the team, albeit under a different HC than McDaniels.

    _____________________

    So… new HC doesn’t get to pick his own coordinators? Zorn anyone?

    • No Punt Intended

      At least he can’t fuck up, “Blue and White”.

  • noonefromtampa

    Your score is: 20996 (GRADE: A-)

    Your Picks:
    Round 1 Pick 13: Roquan Smith, ILB/OLB, Georgia (B+)
    Round 2 Pick 16 (LAC): Will Hernandez, OG, Texas-El Paso (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 20 (LAC): DeShon Elliott, SS, Texas (A)
    Round 4 Pick 13: Greg Gaines, DT, Washington (A+)
    Round 5 Pick 12: Deontay Burnett, WR, Southern California (A+)
    Round 6 Pick 14: Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech (A+)
    Round 7 Pick 13: Kurt Benkert, QB, Virginia (A+)
    Round 7 Pick 23: Michael Hill, DT, Ohio State (A+)

    • noonefromtampa

      traded back in the second to get back a third rounder

      got some good pieces to build up the defense

      • SCamp

        Traded back a couple spots in the second for a third?

        Um… no

    • Zig-Zag_BC

      Greg Stroman, CB, Virginia Tech A+

  • SCamp

    Adam Schefter‏Verified account @AdamSchefter · 7m7 minutes ago

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    FWIW: On Sunday, ESPN’s @mortreport reported there still are doctors who have concerns about Andrew Luck’s shoulder and whether he could wind up needing additional surgery.

    • noonefromtampa

      word is Luck’s career may be over

      • SCamp

        So… McDaniels doesn’t want part of that shit show

        • Big Buck64

          he’d be a dumbass if he went to Indy , when he take over post BB.

        • noonefromtampa

          his wife loves the NE area
          more money from Kraft
          and no Luck

          means no go to Indy

    • No Punt Intended

      Why would any HC who values winning over losing want anything to do with that Cluster F of a roster?

      They don’t, especially knowing Luck might be done.

      Not many other reasons to turn down a multi-million dollar salary.

      • SCamp

        That FO and GM crew are as bad as the Browns…

  • noonefromtampa

    today’s list of mock picks

    Site #13
    ESPN – Kiper Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
    nfl.com – Jeremiah Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
    B/R – Roling Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
    Justin Rogers Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
    Landof10.com Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
    B/R – Rapp Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
    B/R – Miller Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
    Sports Day Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
    nfldraftscout.com – Brugler Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
    SB Nation – Clintclearwater Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
    SBNation – Kadar Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
    Walter Football Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
    B/R – Sobleski Derwin James, S, Florida State
    Draft Wire Derwin James, S, Florida State
    USA Today – Middlehurst-Schwartz Derwin James, S, Florida State
    Pro Football Focus James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State
    nfl.com – Brooks Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming
    Hogs Haven – Tyler Roquan Smith, ILB, Georgia
    Sporting News Roquan Smith, ILB, Georgia
    ESPN – McShay Roquan Smith, ILB, Georgia
    CBS Sports Tremaine Edmunds, OLB, Virginia Tech
    San Diego Union-Tribune Tremaine Edmunds, OLB, Virginia Tech
    B/R – McCrystal Vita Vea, DT, Washington
    nfl.com – Zierlein Vita Vea, DT, Washington

    • frediefritz

      hogsty-frediefritz Derwin James, S, Florida State

  • SCamp

    Adam Schefter‏Verified account
    @AdamSchefter

    Following Following @AdamSchefter

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    Colts officially have cancelled Wednesday’s press conference that was called to introduce Josh McDaniels as their HC.

    ____________________________

    Oh I so wish they had left this on and let a drunk and loaded Jim Irsay be the main speaker

    • MJ45

      Could it be that McDaniels wants BB’s job once he retires?

      • SCamp

        Oh I guarantee that’s the plan

  • Rick Deez

    Sixers 30
    Wizards 9

    • DC-Dan

      So much for the idea that they’re better without Wall

      • DC-Dan

        Lots of E-A-G-L-E-S chants as well. Fuck Philly

        • WHY3

          Get used to it.

          I can’t believe anyone here actually wanted them to win.

          • DC-Dan

            Fed Ex will be 80% Eagles fans when we play them there next season and they will be INSUFFERABLE.

          • Rick Deez

            Unless we make THEM suffer!!!

          • DC-Dan

            They’ll probably out number us so we’ll have to hold nothing back. Prison is a legit possibility that I am willing to accept.

          • Rick Deez

            ….but you’d better get a good one before you go Dan…don’t go to the hooscow for nuthin’

          • SCamp

            Eagles fans live in prison so samey same for them

          • HTTRsince65

            I didn’t. I don’t root for any division rival

          • Rick Deez

            This^^^

          • WHY3

            My dream season would be…

            Redskins win division
            NYG 4-12
            Philly 2-14
            Dallas 0-16

          • SCamp

            There are a LOT of stupid people in the world

      • No Punt Intended

        We need that Wall!

        – DJT

  • DC-Dan

    Colts might have a Jim Zorn situation on their hands. End up elevating one of the guys they brought in to be an assistant

    • frediefritz

      Bring back Caldwell

      • DC-Dan

        I think they should take either Schwartz or DeFillippo from the Eagles, weaken our enemy.

    • WHY3

      Except there weren’t any rumors of Jim Fassel becoming their HC.

  • SCamp

    Albert Breer‏Verified account @AlbertBreer · 10m10 minutes ago

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    The Colts had two finalists, Josh McDaniels and Mike Vrabel, and now both are off the board. Another top candidate, Matt Nagy, is as well. Unbelievable.

    ________________________

    But the Redskins… no one wants to come here

    • Rick Deez

      It’s too dysfunctional…Smith must be an Allen “disciple”.

      SMH at the haters

      • No Punt Intended

        I am actually surprised Shanny Sr. hasn’t dipped his toe back into the pool of available HC’s.

        • Rick Deez

          I think he’s the “ghost” coach of the Broncos.

  • No Punt Intended

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Gwx3vEUtlE

    Zig-Zag_BC • 37 minutes ago
    My daughter got to read with Morgan Moses today in school. Pretty cool, definitely gave me a smile after a long day.

  • Rick Deez

    JP Finlay
    ‏Verified account
    @JPFinlayNBCS
    1m1 minute ago
    More
    Recorded a podcast w @JFeinsteinBooks and learned something very interesting – Alex Smith picked Utah over Harvard to play college football. Harvard.

  • SCamp

    Adam Schiff punked by Russian comedians… collusion?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxHrn6Byz3g

  • SCamp

    Adam Schefter‏Verified account @AdamSchefter · 7s7 seconds ago

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    In the past 48 hours, Patriots owner Robert Kraft began talking with Josh McDaniels and ultimately wound up sweetening his contract, helping to entice him to remain in New England, per sources. Bill Belichick has his OC back.

    • SCamp

      I get a little thrill when the owner of Indy gets shafted. He deserves every bit of it.

      • DC-Dan

        If that shit happened to the Redskins every sports media outlet would be proclaiming it was because of the horrible dysfunction within the organization.

        • Big Buck64

          Well , they wouldn’t be wrong necessarily but they would play it to the hilt .

  • SCamp

    Adam Schefter‏Verified account
    @AdamSchefter

    Following Following @AdamSchefter

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    Stunner: Patriots’ OC Josh McDaniels has decided NOT to accept Colts’ HC job and will remain with New England, sources told ESPN.

    • Rick Deez

      Because Belichick is retiring.

      • SCamp

        Oooooh… so close

        • SCamp

          Probably WHEN Bill decides to retire…

  • Zig-Zag_BC

    My daughter got to read with Morgan Moses today in school. Pretty cool, definitely gave me a smile after a long day.

    • No Punt Intended

      Reminds me of the United Way ad with Chris Samuels reading “Little Women” with a group of 1st grade girls.

      He cried at the end of the book, lol.

  • Rick Deez

    Former Redskins QB Shane Matthews faces prison time for fraud conspiracy
    By Troy Machir February 06, 2018 2:18 PM

    Former Redskins quarterback Shane Matthews is facing a prison sentence for his part in a conspiracy to commit fraud against military members, veterans and their families, reports the Miami Herald.

    • Zig-Zag_BC

      Put his ass on the Blue Bird

      • HTTRsince65

        Blanket party

        • Zig-Zag_BC

          With all Iraq vets off their meds.

      • SCamp

        Planet Airways when it’s Federal

    • noonefromtampa

      Noone’d hours ago

  • SCamp

    Joe Person‏Verified account @josephperson · 3m3 minutes ago

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    Breaking: Panthers place interim GM Marty Hurney on leave after allegations by his ex-wife. NFL is investigating.

    • Flounder

      Did they sell the team yet?

      • SCamp

        Not that I am aware

      • Lbsand

        I thought the Saints owned them. That’s what I read anyway.

        • SCamp

          Sounds right

  • No Punt Intended

    peas

    • SCamp

      whirled

  • Back to the good ol daysBruce

    Reporter here taking about the Gronk break in is Snyder’s 2nd cousin?
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/70f28928c9b09f0d3c42b7d255ff87e90f9aef21f1f2c3d602a23e6f95a58f21.jpg

  • No Punt Intended

    I like the idea of laying the responsibility of what a state budget goes to upon the people paying the taxes.

    We’ve all filled out a profile at this point. So, have like 200 options of what people think is important to them and boom, all the of right institutions, departments, agencies and systems will get what they need. Schools, hospitals, police, trash collection, infrastructure, etc. will all get the bulk of the revenue and bullshit bills for a fucking turtle crossing that costs $400k get purged from the entire budget.

    Problem solved.

    Next problem……?

    • SCamp

      Math

      -D_C

      • Different_Cat

        You’re 111% right!

        • SCamp

          I’m 250% right

          • Different_Cat

            No, it’s 111.1111% I tell you!

          • SCamp

            You finally get it

            -Calculator

  • Lbsand

    So for 2018, I understand the standard deductions are going up a fairly significant amount? We itemize now, wife has a sole proprietorship and I’m retired with annuities.

    • No Punt Intended

      Bingo.

      I just probably won’t itemize next year. Or if I do have legit expenses I’ll get that reimbursed or get my CEO drunk to the point he approves an expense credit card that I never have to pay. No big deal at the end of the day.

    • frediefritz

      Your wife will still deduct her business expenses. Schedule A is itemized deductions, which include medical expenses over 10%, interest, real estate taxes, and state income taxes up to $10k, and contributions. If they do not exceed $24k, you will take the standard deduction of $24k.

  • No Punt Intended

    Hope everyone got as “aggressive” as me when filing their taxes (just got back from my accountant) for 2017.

    He applied what next years’ changes will be and my refund is substantially lower in terms of what the government is taking away from allowable expenses for those who itemize.

    Gonna have to squeeze the balloon from another spot I guess, like everyone else does, to make that up.

    • Different_Cat

      Thanks, Trump!

      • No Punt Intended

        You never see the big picture.

        While I cannot pad my returns like I used to……I made over 18% on my money in 2017 which is way more than my best year in the last 10…..so……even you can do that math.

        • SCamp

          Not so sure about that last sentence

          • No Punt Intended

            Well I couldn’t say 250%.

          • SCamp

            You could… but you’d be wrong

          • Different_Cat

            Could be 111.1111%? Nah, not really!

          • SCamp

            Just can’t get with reality when it comes to math huh? It’s okay… retired attorneys have no use for math right?

          • Different_Cat

            Hey, at least I admitted I made a mistake, which is more than you can say.

          • SCamp

            Then you tried to move the goalpost… when you didn’t even have the premise correct. Try not to pat yourself on the back too hard for being wrong.

          • Different_Cat

            Nope, that’s not what happened. Made a mistake, corrected it right away. You came up with some number that didn’t make any sense and let it float there like a turd.

          • SCamp

            Okay D_C… everyone that was on the thread yesterday disagreed with you. But of course you are the only one that’s right… even when the conversation had nothing to do with you… whatever

      • the_amazing_spiderman

        This tax reform thing is actually really good for renters too. They are going to get a major break now.

    • Lbsand

      Interesting, thanks. So less you can deduct but less tax = a push for you next year?

      • No Punt Intended

        In short, I won’t be able to jack up home office, vehicle mileage/depreciation, charities, business subscriptions and other itemized expenses where everyone pads the numbers. I was told next year would be $7k less than I’m getting back this year.

        But like I said, there are other areas to get aggressive on without raising too many red flags.

        But only people like me who itemize will deal with that and honestly, I am not even mad. I’m glad.

        • Lbsand

          I see. Squeeze that balloon and smoke a victory bowl, I say!

          • No Punt Intended

            LOL I AM DOING THAT NOW

            Swear on D_C’s mom. lol. I was so jacked after meeting my accountant I came in here to burn a big one and go for a walk.

          • Lbsand

            LOL, me too! That’s too funny.

    • SCamp

      Less deductions SHOULD mean less cheating…

      SHOULD

      • No Punt Intended

        Right and that’s why I’m fine with it. Probably keep me from an audit to be honest with ya.

        • SCamp

          People always want the power of special interest groups lessened. Conceivably by not giving tax favors in the form of deductions for very specific things you could argue it’s a step in the right direction…

        • Different_Cat

          What deductions did you lose as a result of the changes?

          • No Punt Intended

            None yet but there will be a “tightening” as I am told, next year. But my accountant can run my numbers on expenses this year using 2018 rules and that’s showing a decrease of what I would get back, by a lot.

            It’s all the shit everyone pads when they itemize.

            I’m actually glad that’s getting tightened up.

            My accountant told me he knew a realtor who claimed to give $200 (the limit for no receipt) to the church every Sunday at mass. Shit like that will be gone. Funny though. And ballsy. Realtors are the biggest fucking cheats.

  • No Punt Intended

    Have DW17 go find us some more UDFA’s like Anthony Lanier please.

    Thank you.

    PS – Might not even need to leave the state of Alabama.

  • noonefromtampa

    maybe those GoT guys go old school Republic with the story

    and then we could have new Whores of the Old Republic instead

    which beats old Whores of the New Republic

    • alex35332

      Assume you mean old old school. Because we saw the old republic and it was LAME

  • Different_Cat

    NPI’s favorite Redskins draft pick of all time:

    1974: Round 7 03 QB DICK SHINER MARYLAND

    • Josh RosenSquinns

      Skins probably drafted him for Jerry Smith.

    • alex35332

      Played in 1 game for us

      • Josh RosenSquinns

        Meh, wasn’t very polished himself.

        • Zig-Zag_BC

          Never could really establish touch with his wide receivers.

          • SCamp

            Too hard on the guys in the huddle

        • SCamp

          Never could quite hit the tight end.

  • Different_Cat

    Greatest draft in modern Redskins history: 1981

    1 20 Mark May OT Pittsburgh
    3 13 Russ Grimm G Pittsburgh
    4 07 Tom Flick QB Washington
    5 08 Dexter Manley DE Oklahoma State
    5 21 Gary Sayre G Cameron[m]
    6 10 Larry Kubin LB Penn State
    8 08 Charlie Brown WR South Carolina State
    9 10 Darryl Grant DT Rice
    10 9 Phil Kessel QB Northern Michigan
    10 19 Allan Kennedy OT Washington State
    11 08 Jerry Hill WR North Alabama
    12 10 Clint Didier TE Portland State

  • the_amazing_spiderman

    alex35332 Team Captain • 43 minutes ago
    Kirk officially trying to offload as many of his Skins T-shirts as possible.
    ———————————–

    Hey Kirk, wanna make some money? Sell these!
    https://i.imgur.com/Oud0rA0.jpg

  • alex35332

    Not in love with this mock, wish I could have found a RB I liked, but if skins come away with this I’ll be able to live with it.
    13: R1P13 LB TREMAINE EDMUNDS VIRGINIA TECH
    44: R2P12 G WILL HERNANDEZ UTEP
    115: R4P13 DL KENDRICK NORTON MIAMI
    151: R5P12 WR D.J. CHARK LSU
    191: R6P14 CB JORDAN THOMAS OKLAHOMA
    231: R7P13 CB ADONIS ALEXANDER VIRGINIA TECH
    241: R7P23 QB QUINTON FLOWERS SOUTH FLORIDA

    • btg

      Meh to be honest

      • alex35332

        Yeah, there’s just not a lot of wow factor once you lose your 3rd round pick.

        • SCamp

          …because as we all know, the third round is where you get your Wowers

          • alex35332

            Yeah, your Derrick Mothafucka Dewayne Dockery’s

          • alex35332

            Your Chris “hey look at my wee-wee” Cooley’s

          • SCamp

            That was a wow of a completely diffferent type.

        • Lbsand

          Us: Matt Jones. Them: K. Hunt and A. Kamara.

          • btg

            Right!! – Lerib

          • alex35332

            Some think I’m named Lionheart
            -Chad

          • Steve Thomas

            Behind the curtain: we had extensive twitter DM conversations with LeRib’s mother, to the point that we wondered if she was hitting on us, sight unseen except for the photos on the website. We never contemplated having her on the show, though. That was sure to go wrong somewhat.

          • btg

            I was completely unaware that he was still in the league

          • Steve Thomas

            Saints, but that was when he was still in DC.

        • Different_Cat

          Better than our 2003 draft:

          R2P12 WR TAYLOR JACOBS FL
          R3P17 G DERRICK DOCKERY TEXAS
          R718 QB GIBRAN HAMDAN INDIANIA

  • noonefromtampa

    BREAKING NERD NEWS

    Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are joining the Star Wars Galaxy.

    The duo will write and produce a new series of films, Disney and Lucasfilm announced Tuesday.

    The new film series will be separate from the trilogy The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson is developing, and will also stand alone from the Skywalker Saga, which J.J. Abrams is working on with the upcoming Episode IX. No release dates have been set for the series from the HBO power duo.

    • alex35332

      I mean, the last 2 Star Wars have basically been ripping of GOT, killing off a major character every 3rd act.

      • the_amazing_spiderman

        well now they can just have a blast killing everything! I mean, it’s Star WARS.. right? So yes, lots of death…

    • kon, for now

      omg…..Sith dragons.

      And whores! Whores of the Republic!

      • AustinSkin

        Ewok slut orgies

        • alex35332

          Staring Peter Dinklage

          • SCamp

            None of this sounds good

  • noonefromtampa

    I guess won’t get that Tesla back now

    • alex35332

      Nah, if that one ever gets back to earth Elon is keeping it in his kink room.

    • mike5790

      Sincerely,

      -Tesla Creditors

  • alex35332

    Kirk officially trying to offload as many of his Skins T-shirts as possible.
    https://twitter.com/KirkCousins8/status/960974226428715008

    • kon, for now

      Awww shit. He’s in talks with some team out there.

      Tag him Bruce!

    • Josh RosenSquinns

      ANKLEPANTS!

      -Hope

  • Josh RosenSquinns

    Darn, couldn’t quite see the core land.

    Pretty cool when the boosters landed.

    • kon, for now

      That dual landing though…damn!

      • Josh RosenSquinns

        Zactly!

      • walter_in_fallschurch

        it was like synchronized swimming!

        • Josh RosenSquinns

          Ha!

          I’d give it a 9.5!

  • Different_Cat
    • AustinSkin

      And Poona got snubbed

  • noonefromtampa

    T – minus 15 minutes and counting

    • noonefromtampa

      it’s actually a cover for a first strike against North Korea so Trump can ruin the Olympics for NBC

      • SCamp

        The Olympics will do a good enough job of that on it’s own

  • kon, for now
    • kon, for now

      Frign youtube. Why don’t you auto to 1080p? Jerk.

      • alex35332

        Because live streaming is a huge bandwidth hog. most people’s offices can’t handle 1080p.

        • mike5790

          and “Unlimited” for mobile is often @480

    • kon, for now

      She’s cute. And thick. I mean…umm, smart. Yea. Smart.

    • kon, for now

      This is tense!

      • alex35332

        they added a fog machine to it all just to add to the tension.

    • kon, for now

      Team Space-X is geeking their asses off

    • alex35332

      It’s all an elaborate ploy to make people think the earth isn’t flat.

    • kon, for now

      HOLY SHIT!

      THAT WAS FRIGN COOL!!!

      • alex35332

        Lost signal, it’s all faked.

      • Josh RosenSquinns

        Thanks for posting, Kon!

    • kon, for now

      Space man!

      • kon, for now

        Whoops…

        Starman!

  • walter_in_fallschurch

    But it wasn’t all about football and basketball for me. I actually watched men’s and women’s tennis in the 80’s. Yes, tennis! Connors, Becker, McEnroe, Noah, and yes, “the Czech”, Ivan Lendl. I’d watch the entire matches waiting for a McEnroe tantrum or a glimpse at Chris Evert Lloyd.
    ————————————

    loved me some john mcenroe. overpowered no one, but best hands, maybe ever. as for the “tantrums”, i’m glad they use that eye-in-the-sky laser whatever technology nowadays for serves and to confirm calls.

    • Josh RosenSquinns

      Meh, Tennis reminds be of the ballet….

      • walter_in_fallschurch

        but there’s objective scoring.

        • Josh RosenSquinns

          Just to be clear, WIF, I’m just fuggin around with you.

          • walter_in_fallschurch

            haha. i knew that.

      • mike5790

        women in tight outfits?

        • Josh RosenSquinns

          I’ll be the judge of that!

    • Different_Cat

      I used to ball boy at the Washington Star tournament. Got to see and meet a lot of great players.

      • walter_in_fallschurch

        wow, cool. went to a legg-mason match a while back. it’s something else to see live how hard those guys are hitting it. you get get a sense of that on tv.

        • Different_Cat

          Yeah, it’s a whole different thing when you’re on the court and Stan Smith is blasting serves in your direction.

        • Different_Cat

          Still have my Arthur Ashe Competition III racket signed by Arthur Ashe.

    • Lbsand

      His tantrums were great tv…and he was almost always correct.

  • alex35332

    Question is Tremaine Edmunds gonna be an OLB or ILB in the pros?

    • kon, for now

      Hybrid

      • Josh RosenSquinns

        Ie., nothing.

        • mike5790

          Peso back!

    • Different_Cat

      ILB

    • noonefromtampa

      OLB pass rush guy

    • Lbsand

      A bust if the Skins draft him, Canton anywhere else.

  • Lbsand

    Rick, Fran T. was one of my favs too. And his 1st year of eligibility for the HOF was my 1st major disappointment and evidence the selection committee was a crock. When Fran retired, he was the NFL’s all-time passing leader in: attempts, completions, yards, TD’s. First ballot HOFer, right?!? Not. Had to wait a year, smdh.

  • noonefromtampa

    Military is so much about who you know

    Shaw AFB, one Uncle was the Base Command Sgt and the other Uncle was Master Sgt for all the base services BX, PX, clubs, golf course, gedunks

    got a check out ride in an RF-4F when I was 14
    also played golf every day and ate a meal at the NCO club everyday
    it was like being royalty

    • Different_Cat

      I was born at the Shaw AFB hospital.

      • Josh RosenSquinns

        I thought that was Area 51?

    • Steve Thomas

      I get it. I understand that sort of stuff way more than you know, believe me.

  • kon, for now

    Monte’s miniature golf

    • kon, for now

      It was on University Blvd…right outside the gate to Byrd Stadium

  • Josh RosenSquinns

    Remember going drinking at the “woods” at Four Corners (University and Colesville). Its now the site of the relatively new Blair High School.

  • Steve Thomas

    Growing up as a military brat and moving all around the country every 2-3 years, or more, I can’t relate to the stories about the neighborhood, and the same kids, and the coaches that you guys all have. But in their own way, each and every base was pretty similar, just with different faces, so you always knew what you were getting. You just had to say goodbye forever to those people on a regular basis. Promises to keep in touch worked for awhile, but always faded in time. So many folks who I wished I still knew, but I have no idea where they are now.

    • Josh RosenSquinns

      That’s gotta be tough. We moved a lot as a kid, but not too much after I was in fifth grade.

      • Different_Cat

        ^Had to pack up in a hurry after too many neighborhood cats went missing.

      • Steve Thomas

        It got harder and harder each time. I sat down to count all the places a few years ago and realized that I had to define what a “home” was. I ended up defining home as a place where you had your stuff. By that definition, and including my own military service, I’m up to 18 different locations that I called home for at least a while. Houses is alot more because we sometimes switched base houses as many as 3 or 4 times per place.

        • Josh RosenSquinns

          That’s a lot. I’m at 20 (not counting places I can’t remember before I was three).

    • kon, for now

      Come on. We can all relate to stealing candy from the commissary.

      • Steve Thomas

        No, I never did that.

    • alex35332

      To be fair, that happens even if you didn’t move around, 99% of the people I grew up with I have know idea where they are now. Run into one every once in a blue moon, or see something in the paper about one of them of their family members.

    • the_amazing_spiderman

      I moved once and it was during a critical time (just before 7th grade). Had to make new friends and none of them liked or played any sports. So essentially I became one of those “Headbangers”.

  • noonefromtampa

    T minus 46 minutes and counting until boom, uh blast off

  • No Punt Intended

    If I was facing downwind at the beach, I could whip a nerf football what seemed like 50 yards. My personal trick was to never use your thumb and essentially whip the ball with just your 4 fingers over the faux laces.

    • the_amazing_spiderman

      We always got stuck playing with a beat-up (cracking) soggy ol’ nerf ball that would whistle when you throw it.

      • No Punt Intended

        I still have a MD Terps one of those. I think my old dog got a hold of it.

  • btg

    Grew up in a town that had a converse factory
    You could buy two pairs of sneakers for $5

    • kon, for now

      They’re still $5 worth of rubber and canvas

      Sells for $69

      • alex35332

        Go to the chucks outlet in Del. $25-$35

  • kon, for now

    Getting that one kid to jump from the roof of the porch using an umbrella as a parachute

    • the_amazing_spiderman

      yea… dude. Just Mary Poppins that shit!

      • No Punt Intended

        Penguin!

  • kon, for now

    Seeing how high you could get a super ball to bounce

    • No Punt Intended

      How far you could hit a golf ball with an aluminum baseball bat.

      • kon, for now

        We’d head up to that driving range up on rte. 29. Get a bucket of balls and blast the things with a bat.

        • Josh RosenSquinns

          Completely know that driving range!

          • kon, for now

            Weird right. Middle of damn no where…then all of a sudden there’s a driving range.

            Used to do some fishing back there too.

          • skinswest

            Rocky Gorge

  • Rick Deez

    K-2 footballs

    • No Punt Intended

      I could throw those 50 yards with the tightest of spirals.

  • kon, for now

    Big wheel power slides…

    until you wore a flat spot on your brake wheel

    • No Punt Intended

      Had to put sheet metal screws in the front wheel for traction and at night you could see them spark.

  • the_amazing_spiderman

    remember when adjustable basketball goals came out? We could wheel that damn thing around and lower the goal for slam dunk competitions.

    • Rick Deez

      Yup

  • DC-Dan
  • Rick Deez

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/bc149ce2d98238d3ab3c52c12da2099d0f7299b11362abc9dc12f2cb08e08d17.jpg

    “Magic” Rick (on the right)…averaged 6 pts a game and 2 steals

  • the_amazing_spiderman

    Anyone’s parents have an old car that would backfire? The whole neighborhood used to know when my dad got home from work. POOOOW!

    • Rick Deez

      Yup…my dad had a Pinto

    • mike5790

      we had a 1970 Chevelle that my dad kept in perfect condition (along with all of his cars over the years), we’d have people knock on the door or come up to the yard and ask if we’d consider selling it

      • No Punt Intended

        LS6?

        • mike5790

          Blue 454 SS LS6 with cowl induction.
          j/k
          Nope. Just the 350, 2-barrel. It was just in really good condition. Great looking car, but by that time, my dad was a boring suburbanite.

          Now, if you go round his old hood, they’ll tell you some stories about he and his Chevy back in the late 50’s.

  • Rick Deez

    …and then there was my old basketball coach, Mr. Washington, breathe wreaked of liquor and he drove a Chrysler Cordoba.

    • Big Buck64

      I always had the guy that chewed tobacco nonstop . Big tobacco stains down the creases of his chin . Teeth all jacked up and brown .

  • Rick Deez

    Yup..for baseball it was “Coach Buck”…had the whole late 70’s early 80’s gear down pat. LOL

  • Rick Deez

    Don’t ask my why, but I LOVED Billy Simms…he could do no wrong in my eyes.

    • Big Buck64

      Me too. Oklahoma wishbone .

      • Rick Deez

        Yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

      • mike5790

        I hate you guys so much right now.

        Sincerely,

        Power I Triple Option

    • mike5790

      can’t figure it out, but I felt hate rise within me just now

  • alex35332

    LOL,
    this is funny, who tweets at teams thinking that the team will ever see it?

    @Timberwolves
    7m7 minutes ago
    Fans, we appreciate your continued dedication to proposing trade after trade in our mentions…this may come as a surprise, but we’re just the Twitter account. We don’t have control over these things.

  • Rick Deez

    Remember how your youth league coach had those polyester BIKE shorts with his wallet in his back pocket, the knee high ring socks and the team trucker hat.

    • the_amazing_spiderman

      Dude… wtf… were you on my teams?

      • Rick Deez

        LOL

    • Big Buck64

      Oh yeah . Shorts all rammed up his nut sack .

      • Rick Deez

        LOL…yup

    • mike5790

      I saw a picture of myself prob from 1984-ish and my socks were up to my knee and I had that fad I forgot about: bicycle hat, with the Italian logo or whatever. almost unrecognizable. skinny as heck too.

    • alex35332

      You just described how my parents used to dress me up till kindergarten, 1st grade. Mostly because my grandfather just had so much of that stuff in his sporting goods store.

      • Rick Deez

        LOL

        • alex35332

          Every year for a week or two, we would go stay with my grandparents in Albany over the summer, inevitably went to his store for a new pair of chucks, probably 2-3 pairs of blue Reebok short shorts and tube socks.

  • Rick Deez

    I didn’t have anything else BUT Chuck Taylors until I got to middle school….and I got one pair a year.

    • Zig-Zag_BC

      They used to finally rip right at the arch of your foot.

  • Josh RosenSquinns

    I remember when I was like 10 or so and I really wanted a pair of Nikes (1982 or so). Uncle took me to the store, fitted them on, they were $30 bucks (big money back then) and then he said to hold off until he talked with my mother. She said no. Took me to Kmart (or some equivalent) and got another pair of no names.

    First paid of kicks I got for my son was a pair of Nikes. Now, he prefers his Thomas the Train sneakers….

    • the_amazing_spiderman

      I had the Nike Pumps wannabe shoes by VOIT

      • Josh RosenSquinns

        You know the feeling!

      • mike5790

        Reebok hexalights

    • Big Buck64

      I remember having to get a pair of sneakers from that wire bin thing from the grocery store . Just a big bin filled with cheap shoes with no rhyme or reason . That sucked .

      • Josh RosenSquinns

        Yeah. Seems like times were different then.

  • the_amazing_spiderman

    I remember playing two-hand tag football in the street. Had to go light post to light post for touchdowns. But damn… one time I was looking back to catch the ball and then ran right into a parked car.

    • DC-Dan

      My school from k-8 was a Catholic school with no playground. We had the parking lot for recess. We used to play from speedbump to speedbump

  • Big Buck64

    If I was lucky I got a pair of “Chuck Taylors ” Converse . You would just about kill for a pair of those .

  • Zig-Zag_BC

    Sandlot baseball and “ghostmen”.

    • walter_in_fallschurch

      and “permanment qbs”.

      • Zig-Zag_BC

        Yep

  • mike5790

    To get around coach-player time restrictions at schools, kids are now additionally joining 7 on 7 leagues to get more instruction and experience. it’s that new hotness.

    my thought was, maybe THAT’s what the XFL will be?

    • alex35332

      When I took my wife to an AFL game, she asked me, “Why don’t they just go down to 7 man rosters and play 7-7 like we do in Texas?”
      She then got bored, went to the bar outside Cap1 Center.

      • Josh RosenSquinns

        Where she was picked up by NPI.

        • alex35332

          She’ed kick his ass.

          • Josh RosenSquinns

            ^He’d call that foreplay.

    • noonefromtampa

      kids down here play football year round
      they play HS in fall. 7-on-7 after that and spring flag and then back to practice for HS

  • Rick Deez

    Remember the kid that would take his ball and go home?

    • Zig-Zag_BC

      I remember the fat kid that played fullback for the football team sliming kids on the court. We finally made a rule that he was all-time shirts, no matter what.

      • walter_in_fallschurch

        hey! what is we changed our name to “shirts”?

        • Zig-Zag_BC

          Oof!

  • kon, for now

    When the neighborhood kids played toss up football…I played with a Walter Payton card in my back pocket.

    Could not be stopped.

  • Rick Deez

    Remember how leather basketballs were a “novelty” back then? If you had a leather ball, you were the shit, and even back then they didn’t have indoor/outdoor balls.

    • noonefromtampa

      you had indoor balls or outdoor balls
      the ball did not go both ways
      much simpler times

      • Zig-Zag_BC

        Lol

  • btg

    My son turned 16 last year
    He and one of his close friends play on my softball team
    They don’t hit for much power but I wouldn’t have it any other way

  • DC-Dan

    I remember shooting hoops in my driveway for so long my next door neighbor would come outside and tell me her kids couldn’t sleep because of the ball bouncing

  • Zig-Zag_BC

    I met Ralph Samson in a laundromat in Charlottesville, I was 4 or 5. I still have an image in my head of how tall he was.

    • noonefromtampa

      we played against Harrisonburg in a tournament when he was a freshman if I remember right
      not a good night for us

      • Zig-Zag_BC

        The tallest dude I’ve ever seen, to this day. Nice too, my dad was like “boys, come here, that’s Ralph Samson” dragging us over to him and the whole time I’m trying to process how his head is at the fucking ceiling, lol

  • Steve Thomas

    What I’d also add to what Rick wrote is that some of my best new memories are playing hoops with my kid all day when he was a little guy. Wouldn’t have missed that for the world.

  • Josh RosenSquinns

    Rick,

    Just fuggin with ya. Good stuff. Brining up memories.

    Remember going to courts or the football field and bringing our beat boxes.

    • Rick Deez

      Thanks man

  • Big Buck64

    The kid that lived next door to me was the same age as me . Only had one neighbor close by . Huge Miami Dolphins fan . His entire room was Dolphins stuff . He never shut up about the undefeated season and all the players from that time . Somehow we played one on one FB , I was always the Redskins and he was a Dolphin . We did that for hours on end . Fast forward 30 years , he became a Baptist preacher in Roanoke and got busted for solicitation of a prostitute . Go figure .

  • noonefromtampa

    since we’re acknowledging baseball here

    who knows that Jean Fugett is CF Adam Jones father-in-law?

  • alex35332

    If we are listing favorite childhood sports idols, #1 for me as a kid was easily Cal, I don’t know how anyone could have been a kid in the DMV in the 80’s and 90’s and not have idolized him. Skins players it’s Monk and Green.

    • the_amazing_spiderman

      I was a Braves fan, so David Justice, Deion (Neon Deion) Sanders. My favorite Skin was Gary Clark. I was lucky to meet him last summer at an event at Redskins park. Nice guy.

      I basically liked teams that looked like or resembled the Redskins too. Chicago Blackhawks and Florida State Seminoles. But I am Caps/Nats fan now.

      • alex35332

        As much as I can’t stand Sanders, I don’t think we will ever see a player do that again, where they are pro’s at 2 sports at the same time.

        • the_amazing_spiderman

          yup, agree. When he played for the Falcons I liked him… but not after that.

  • Rick Deez

    Ahmad Rashad, Chuck Foreman…

    • Steve Thomas

      Remember Ahmad Rashad’s game-winning hail mary TD catch at the VIkings’ old stadium?

      • noonefromtampa

        Staubach to Pearson I remember

      • Rick Deez

        Yup

      • Big Buck64

        They had a great defense too

  • kon, for now
  • DC-Dan

    Jordan was my number 1 sports idol, like most who grew up in the 90s. Darrell Green was my favorite Redskin. I wore number 28 in middle school. Outside of the Redskins Barry Sanders and Marshall Faulk were my favorites.

  • Josh RosenSquinns

    Rick, this article sucks.

    • Zig-Zag_BC

      Booooo!

    • Rick Deez

      Everything…ain’t for everybody

      • Zig-Zag_BC

        He’s a Glee clubber

  • Steve Thomas

    There are kids who still play sports outside for fun, at least in my corner of the suburbs. It’s mostly baseball and basketball in my neck of civilization.

    • Steve Thomas

      The thing about baseball is that it’s tough to play in poor areas due to lack of space and lack of money to buy equipment. The kids in my neighborhood are all now playing travel select ball, etc., and still just go to the park to play on the weekends. But they all have $300+ bats, etc.

    • DC-Dan

      There are always a ton of kids playing basketball at the court in my neighborhood. They come from other neighborhoods to play there. On most days during the summer there are at least 30 kids out there

  • noonefromtampa

    and I believe it was Jean Fugett

  • alex35332

    With baseball starting soon, it seems the MLBPA is unhappy with what teams are doing in terms of salary. Baseball is 1 sport where I think Expansion could actually work when it comes to the talent pool. 32 teams is so much better looking than 30.
    https://twitter.com/MLB_PLAYERS/status/960952337278914562

    • Steve Thomas

      Stay tuned to It’s Just Business for an MLB salary/free agency story.

      • alex35332

        Cool. I don’t track the baseball off season at all in football season. I didn’t know there was an issue.

  • Lbsand

    Fran Tarkenton and his crazy escapability.

    • Rick Deez

      That was another idol

  • Big Buck64

    Billy “white shoes ” Johnson

  • Steve Thomas

    I love this column.

    • Rick Deez

      Thanks.

  • Zig-Zag_BC

    Well done, Rick, well done!

    • Rick Deez

      Thanks man.

      • Steve Thomas

        I would add Art Monk to the list of folks I idolized and pretended to be as a kid. I got to meet him briefly once and it was a real thrill.

        • alex35332

          No doubt Monk was one for me as well.

  • noonefromtampa

    is sport fucking > competitive fucking?

    • kon, for now

      Subcategory of recreational activity.

      However, sperm swimming for the egg….

    • Josh RosenSquinns

      Can you competitive fuck with a ballerina?

      • kon, for now

        Do we really have to drag art into this?

    • Zig-Zag_BC

      To put things in perspective,

      Josh RosenSquinns Steve Thomas • 15 minutes ago
      Copetition to see who get there first!
      _______________
      Zig-Zag_BC Josh RosenSquinns • 12 minutes ago
      Is that like competitive fucking?

      • Josh RosenSquinns

        Walter in Falls Church Steve Thomas • 15 minutes ago
        Ballerinas are too much competition for me. Kick my ass.

        • Zig-Zag_BC

          That’s just nonsense, lol

  • Big Buck64

    Cell phones and video games are the downfall of kids playing anything outdoors nowadays .

    • Big Buck64

      and the internet

    • alex35332

      Not just outdoors, downfall of toys in general, why toys-r-us is going down.

  • alex35332

    Rick strolls up on the blog like his namesake in Casablanca, stuck int he past and mad about it.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EvtJtMDTFg

    • Rufus_T_Firefly_Jr

      My all-time favorite movie

      • alex35332

        Rufus! I’d have guessed it was Duck Soup.

  • Josh RosenSquinns

    “Let’s take a break from the daily Kirk Cousins eulogy, Bruce bashing and Alex Smith analysis,”
    __________

    It’s like Rick doesn’t even know us….

    • Lbsand

      I’ll bash f-bruce in the afterlife.

  • btg

    Florist

    • Josh RosenSquinns

      I can cut flowers prettier than you can!

    • No Punt Intended

      FTD?

      – Merlin

  • Josh RosenSquinns

    First!

    • No Punt Intended

      Not by MY math!

      – D_C

      • the_amazing_spiderman

        250%

        • Zig-Zag_BC

          111!