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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by IUPNation View Post

    It’s the Lions being the Lions.
    But still means they are ahead of Da Bears.

    I wonder if this is the first time in the 100 years of the NFL though two straight seasons had a tie on week 1.

    Anyone actually still watching the Stealers losing to the Cheatriots anymore? The Lions/Cardinals game was more interesting than this.

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  • IUPNation
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    Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post
    Congratulations Lions fans, you aren't in last place in the NFL after week one. The bad news, you aren't tied for first either.

    What a weird week 1 so far.
    It’s the Lions being the Lions.

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Congratulations Lions fans, you aren't in last place in the NFL after week one. The bad news, you aren't tied for first either.

    What a weird week 1 so far.

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  • IronOre
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    Originally posted by IUPNation View Post
    What a shame that a giant sinkhole didnt swallow up the Jerruhdome and take the leagues two most evil franchises with it.
    I'd be okay if it swallowed up Foxborough tonight.

    Seahawks pulled out a victory. Even got a favorable ruling on a replay!

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  • IUPNation
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    What a shame that a giant sinkhole didnt swallow up the Jerruhdome and take the leagues two most evil franchises with it.

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  • Clean Liver
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    I like the Pats, Brady 'n Belichick, but this one's a real head scratcher. The Los Vegas news/sports columnist I follow wrote today that he thinks AB might've taken too many blows to the head with that ol' helmet.

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by IronOre View Post

    You're thinking of Randy Moss. Belicheck probably used his sorcery to make Brown insane, knowing this would happen.
    You are right, TO was Eagles against him. I wonder what will happen though if he pulls the same stunts with Robert Kraft though.

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  • IronOre
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    Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post
    And now AB may be getting Tom F'n Brady to throw to him...

    I wonder if Bellicheat can put up with his antics, but we all know he was able to put up with TO.
    You're thinking of Randy Moss. Belicheck probably used his sorcery to make Brown insane, knowing this would happen.

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    And now AB may be getting Tom F'n Brady to throw to him...

    I wonder if Bellicheat can put up with his antics, but we all know he was able to put up with TO.

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  • catbacker07
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    Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post

    And it brings up legal questions too, as it is illegal to record a phone conversation without both party's consent. If Gruden didn't give consent, I foresee legal charges as a possibility.

    As to the conversation, i can't believe Antonio Brown there. If any of us talked to our bosses that way I bet we'd be fired too when they ask us to do our jobs without drama.
    I’m not sure of the validity of this, but I read that Gruden didn’t have an issue with it. Not that it matters, but it’s hard to tell when the call took place. Judging by the high production quality of the video, it seems like this could have been in the works long before the altercation with Mayock on Wednesday.

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  • Runnin' Cat
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    Originally posted by Tundra_Man View Post

    I'm no lawyer, but I believe only one party has to give consent to record a phone conversation. I could be wrong, though.
    I am not an attorney, but I play one on TV.

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  • Tundra_Man
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    Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post

    And it brings up legal questions too, as it is illegal to record a phone conversation without both party's consent. If Gruden didn't give consent, I foresee legal charges as a possibility.

    As to the conversation, i can't believe Antonio Brown there. If any of us talked to our bosses that way I bet we'd be fired too when they ask us to do our jobs without drama.
    I'm no lawyer, but I believe only one party has to give consent to record a phone conversation. I could be wrong, though.

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by catbacker07 View Post

    so did the Raiders....and then he released a YouTube video last night.....
    And it brings up legal questions too, as it is illegal to record a phone conversation without both party's consent. If Gruden didn't give consent, I foresee legal charges as a possibility.

    As to the conversation, i can't believe Antonio Brown there. If any of us talked to our bosses that way I bet we'd be fired too when they ask us to do our jobs without drama.

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  • catbacker07
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    Originally posted by IronOre View Post
    Wow, the Raiders released Antonio Brown. I thought they had kissed and made up...
    so did the Raiders....and then he released a YouTube video last night.....

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