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In Topic: Gerhart & the O-Line

Yesterday, 08:48 AM

Gerhart probably would have run for 80 yards or so last week, IMO. 

In Topic: Dolphin lookalike post

Yesterday, 08:46 AM



In Topic: Telvin Smith

22 October 2014 - 06:01 PM

A 5th round OLB rookie just got DPOTW. Say that out loud and then let it simmer. He's been flashing for weeks and we've noticed. Now he explodes and the world noticed.


If things keep moving forward for these rookies, Caldwell's 2014 draft might be the best Jags draft in its history. Im tired of Shack and coughlin having the best drafts for this franchise.

Caldwell just keeps looking smarter and smarter as his picks gain experience and get more snaps.  At least 3 players from his first draft look like they'll be long term starters.  2 others will be rotational or great depth at the very least. It's too early to know about the 2014 draft - but it  is already looking great with 5 of the 9 players drafted doing good things on the field as rookies.  A few of them even look like they may become very dynamic players. 


I'm baffled by those that still bad mouth or new GM.  Dude is building for the future and it's starting to look like it might be a future with a lot more Ws.

In Topic: Golf Club Clones

22 October 2014 - 03:36 PM

I just remembered something relevant to this discussion that I neglected to recall earlier.


My friend in Jax has a back-up bag of clubs I often use when in town and it includes a knock-off brand 3H.  I can't remember the brand, but I hit it longer and straighter than my Callaway Razr 3H.  I'm sure my buddy got it from Jim Laudenslager - who specializes in custom fitting his customers with a variety of the clones and other off brand clubs of that nature.  


I'll check the brand and specifics when I'm down there this weekend and post them later.  I remember hitting it at a 205 yd par 3 at PV Inn and Club Lagoon course and flying the green by 10 yards.  (10 - 15 yds longer than my Callaway and straighter too)

In Topic: Bill O Brien's post-game presser keeps it REAL after a loss, compared to...

22 October 2014 - 03:19 PM



I wasn't aware that Gus Bradley needed some Darth Vader "unleash your anger" lessons.  Sorry if it was already pointed out, couldn't go through 20 pages.

Agreed.  I mentioned it in another thread. (imagine that - the banned one was harping the same broken record in multiple threads)


I thought O'Brien seemed on the verge of tears.  Seemed more like lack of composure than anything.