What was Urban possibly thinking here hiring this guy? Alienating your black players (in the middle of a national social justice movement) before you've played a game. When there's probably a hundred capable S&C coaches available.Looks like it might be harder for Chris to find a job than he might have expected
In a statement announcing Chris Doyle's resignation, Jaguars coach Urban Meyer and GM Trent Baalke said they should have given "greater consideration" to how the hire affected all involved.www.espn.com
I want to know the thought process behind anyone/everyone following him on twitter. "Let's see where can I get solid nfl takes; oh I know!..."
Honest question as a white person I can’t answer this but isn’t this racist from Florio?
I mean it’s just so god damn disingenuous. I am properly progressive on these social issues but making everything about race is really getting annoying.
Florio doesn’t even hide it here.
Imagine finding a hardcore Houston sports fan a year or two ago and telling them: "hey in 2021 James Harden, Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook, George Springer, JJ Watt, Deshaun Watson and Deandre Hopkins... yeah they're all gone."
Honestly shocked at the results of the poll but I think I'd go with Green Bay too. As someone that was a Bucs fan through most of it, it was hard not to just check out from the team halfway through the year most years. Only thing that made it kinda fun was that Jameis is extremely watchable regardless of whether or not he's good and Doug Martin had that one incredible season.
I thought that the Steelers were considered the favorite?
I am just thankful he isn’t going to NE.
Reich is probably the best guy to try and save this guy’s career.
That conditional pick is key to this trade. If he is good Indy won’t care about losing a pick in the 20’s.
Also this puts Philly in the market for a QB at 6 now.
The Rams-Lions trade was a 3rd this year and first next year.
The second first round pick was for taking Goff’s contract back.