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#105 : March 10, 2010, 01:15:07 PM

I'm getting tired of every other comment being this pewtersmoker in every thread I open....



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#106 : March 10, 2010, 01:16:44 PM

I'm getting tired of every other comment being this pewtersmoker in every thread I open....


spammer. you really must like following me around.

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#107 : March 10, 2010, 02:25:46 PM

I think its ignorant the way a poster will offer their interpretation of an issue and the rest of the board immediately chimes in with comments about how stupid it is, or about how much less of a fan they are, or about how little they know. What you're basically saying is that if you don't agree with the majority, don't bother posting your opinions on this board. What kind of board is that? Have you ever thought that if you provide some insightful comments in return, you might help the original poster see something in your argument?

If you don't agree, fine. But to mock the poster because you don't agree is ignorant. Not everyone comes on this board looking for a fight (although clearly there are some that do). Have a friendly discussion about the merits of the argument instead of always attacking. You might end up seeing something in the other viewpoint that makes some sense.

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#108 : March 10, 2010, 03:24:27 PM

Come on guys it's just a huge coincidence Bryant is in the process of joining his fourth team in five seasons.
it is then A HUGE COINCIdence that bucs have spent the least amount of ACTUAL money over the last 6 years?
i love the argument we are getting younger...yet they keep hovan. Miller is now being compared to sapp. SO CUT HOVAN.
I am sure that ELBERT MACK is a clone of RHONDE BARBER so cut barber......
you mean like they did with brooks? and galloway.......I thought miller was going to be a stud? THEY HAVE hovans replacement in miller.
At times it is difficult to separate stupidity from sarcasm on any message board. This was obvious sarcasm by a Bryant supporter. It serves no real purpose since Bryant is history. Brown is a Buccaneer now and just the first of several changes in our receiving corps. He brings experience and an upgrade in the talent level. He also brings some questions about his durability, but he is not loaded down with character issues. If he can stay healthy, he can help this team win some games. A change of scenery may be just what he needs. It worked for Bryant. Nobody wanted him. He signed on with the Bucs at league minimum and got a huge raise last year, then got shown the door. Situations change. Brown won't be a superstar for the Bucs, but he does have the ability to contribute something. That's more than we can say for Clayton, and that's who I see Brown replacing.

BTW, I live north of Philly and have been exposed to some of what goes on with the fleagles. The combination of injuries and quality competition made Brown expendable. I hope he makes them regret that decision.
this is simply not supported. EITHER IN PRODUCTION OR from circumstance.
not one ounce of repudiation.....in fact the whole non football talk starts with lecturing me....
I stated my opinion on the original post, on Brown, and on Bryant. You obviously disagree with something I wrote, but failed to specify what exactly. I don't have to repudiate or defend any part of what I stated. There is no distortion of the facts in anything I said. Members of this board were critical of the signing of Bryant (just like Brown) and considered it a wasted effort. He surprised everyone in '08, and disappointed everyone in '09. Brown won't make the impact that Bryant did, but he should contribute something more than Clayton if he stays healthy. He can play at this level. A 6th round pick in '11 is certainly worth the risk. We all know Clayton isn't likely to live up to the contract he signed. He's already got one foot out the door. Where's the argument in that?

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#109 : March 10, 2010, 07:15:10 PM

Cyber - Not that the Bucs have average receivers by some of the fans expectations. But based on not having a young quarterback having to force feed a receiver with a huge ego the football on every passing down it should allow for a more productive and free flowing passing attack.
It that young qb, and the QB/OC can't handle it - the buccs have bigger problems than finding a #1 WR

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