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#15 : October 05, 2013, 10:25:54 PM

For as great as some think Freetard is, you would think teams would be kicking his doors in to sign him.

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#16 : October 05, 2013, 10:32:18 PM

Freeman completing more than half of his passes and ranking higher than the 33rd QB in the league might have pleased Schiano.

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#17 : October 05, 2013, 10:33:49 PM

Freeman completing more than half of his passes and ranking higher than the 33rd QB in the league might have pleased Schiano.
Somewhere, in some alternate reality, the Bucs actually won those games.  CBW lives in those realms, and JC is his god.

Freetard was just...seriously bad.  Weak minded punk.


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#18 : October 06, 2013, 03:41:18 AM

    Even Ogletree was signed within a day or two.

Yeah, because a team picking up a potential #3 or #4 WR is the same as a QB.
So you are saying that teams such as Jacksonville & Cleveland wouldn't/shouldn't be kicking in the door of the agent to sign a 25 year old, "healthy," 6ft 6in, 240lb, 5 year vet QB who threw for over 4000 yards along with 27 TDs while breaking numerous franchise records last season?
The same QB that in just his 2nd season made a TD to INT ration that was better than 4:1.
We heard all those things (which on their own do paint a great picture of the guy) as to why Josh is so great and the entire rest of the world was to blame for his failings, yet in a QB driven league the QB needy teams haven't exactly been vocal about wanting the guy who is a FA.
Seems that all the above really aren't as important as the "little things & lies" that the likes of yourself just brush under the carpet when judging him.

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#19 : October 06, 2013, 06:45:20 PM

    Even Ogletree was signed within a day or two.

Yeah, because a team picking up a potential #3 or #4 WR is the same as a QB.
So you are saying that teams such as Jacksonville & Cleveland wouldn't/shouldn't be kicking in the door of the agent to sign a 25 year old, "healthy," 6ft 6in, 240lb, 5 year vet QB who threw for over 4000 yards along with 27 TDs while breaking numerous franchise records last season?
The same QB that in just his 2nd season made a TD to INT ration that was better than 4:1.
We heard all those things (which on their own do paint a great picture of the guy) as to why Josh is so great and the entire rest of the world was to blame for his failings, yet in a QB driven league the QB needy teams haven't exactly been vocal about wanting the guy who is a FA.
Seems that all the above really aren't as important as the "little things & lies" that the likes of yourself just brush under the carpet when judging him.

You are making an awful lot of assumptions here in suggesting that the reason Freeman hasn't signed anywhere yet is because no one wants him. The Bills are trying out Vince freaking Young for crying out loud. I realize that you think Freeman is the worst QB to ever play in the NFL based on nothing but your irrational hatred for him, but no team is going to look to Vince Young over Freeman if talent was the only factor in the equation.

Freeman will be able to choose his spot. Ogletree wouldn't have, hence why he signed the first offer he got. As for teams not vocalizing interest, clearly you aren't aware of how the FA process works. Teams don't usually publicize interest in a player that they are interested in or make an offer to for a number of reasons. Did you know that the Bucs made a hard push for Carson Palmer before Carson Palmer said they did?
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#20 : October 06, 2013, 06:53:55 PM

    Even Ogletree was signed within a day or two.

Yeah, because a team picking up a potential #3 or #4 WR is the same as a QB.
So you are saying that teams such as Jacksonville & Cleveland wouldn't/shouldn't be kicking in the door of the agent to sign a 25 year old, "healthy," 6ft 6in, 240lb, 5 year vet QB who threw for over 4000 yards along with 27 TDs while breaking numerous franchise records last season?
The same QB that in just his 2nd season made a TD to INT ration that was better than 4:1.
We heard all those things (which on their own do paint a great picture of the guy) as to why Josh is so great and the entire rest of the world was to blame for his failings, yet in a QB driven league the QB needy teams haven't exactly been vocal about wanting the guy who is a FA.
Seems that all the above really aren't as important as the "little things & lies" that the likes of yourself just brush under the carpet when judging him.

You are making an awful lot of assumptions here in suggesting that the reason Freeman hasn't signed anywhere yet is because no one wants him. The Bills are trying out Vince freaking Young for crying out loud. I realize that you think Freeman is the worst QB to ever play in the NFL based on nothing but your irrational hatred for him, but no team is going to look to Vince Young over Freeman if talent was the only factor in the equation.

Freeman will be able to choose his spot. Ogletree wouldn't have, hence why he signed the first offer he got. As for teams not vocalizing interest, clearly you aren't aware of how the FA process works. Teams don't usually publicize interest in a player that they are interested in or make an offer to for a number of reasons. Did you know that the Bucs made a hard push for Carson Palmer before Carson Palmer said they did?

He wants Freeman to suck so we don't look stupid for dumping him.


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#21 : October 06, 2013, 08:23:27 PM

Schiano likes his boys young.

Freeman was never going to please Schiano.

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#22 : October 06, 2013, 08:58:25 PM

    Even Ogletree was signed within a day or two.

Yeah, because a team picking up a potential #3 or #4 WR is the same as a QB.
So you are saying that teams such as Jacksonville & Cleveland wouldn't/shouldn't be kicking in the door of the agent to sign a 25 year old, "healthy," 6ft 6in, 240lb, 5 year vet QB who threw for over 4000 yards along with 27 TDs while breaking numerous franchise records last season?
The same QB that in just his 2nd season made a TD to INT ration that was better than 4:1.
We heard all those things (which on their own do paint a great picture of the guy) as to why Josh is so great and the entire rest of the world was to blame for his failings, yet in a QB driven league the QB needy teams haven't exactly been vocal about wanting the guy who is a FA.
Seems that all the above really aren't as important as the "little things & lies" that the likes of yourself just brush under the carpet when judging him.

You are making an awful lot of assumptions here in suggesting that the reason Freeman hasn't signed anywhere yet is because no one wants him. The Bills are trying out Vince freaking Young for crying out loud. I realize that you think Freeman is the worst QB to ever play in the NFL based on nothing but your irrational hatred for him, but no team is going to look to Vince Young over Freeman if talent was the only factor in the equation.

Freeman will be able to choose his spot. Ogletree wouldn't have, hence why he signed the first offer he got. As for teams not vocalizing interest, clearly you aren't aware of how the FA process works. Teams don't usually publicize interest in a player that they are interested in or make an offer to for a number of reasons. Did you know that the Bucs made a hard push for Carson Palmer before Carson Palmer said they did?


You have watched him play at the end of last year and this year??? just god-awful terrible....while I think that the organization has some blame in the fact that the team has been terrible, you have to admit that
while watching him play you cannot mistake him for an elite QB, holds the ball,  piss poor accuracy on all short and intermediate routs just has no gravitas.  The guy does not appear to have it, that's ok, he gave the Bucs five years, but I will have serious doubts that he ever ascends to be a starter anywhere  that will results in a winning organization.  He just doesn't have it, and sorry  if people have concluded that he had a "drug problem" I guess you have to think up a reason why a guy with size and skills can't play for **CENSORED**....................must be on drugs.............

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#23 : October 06, 2013, 10:13:01 PM

    Even Ogletree was signed within a day or two.

Yeah, because a team picking up a potential #3 or #4 WR is the same as a QB.
So you are saying that teams such as Jacksonville & Cleveland wouldn't/shouldn't be kicking in the door of the agent to sign a 25 year old, "healthy," 6ft 6in, 240lb, 5 year vet QB who threw for over 4000 yards along with 27 TDs while breaking numerous franchise records last season?
The same QB that in just his 2nd season made a TD to INT ration that was better than 4:1.
We heard all those things (which on their own do paint a great picture of the guy) as to why Josh is so great and the entire rest of the world was to blame for his failings, yet in a QB driven league the QB needy teams haven't exactly been vocal about wanting the guy who is a FA.
Seems that all the above really aren't as important as the "little things & lies" that the likes of yourself just brush under the carpet when judging him.

You are making an awful lot of assumptions here in suggesting that the reason Freeman hasn't signed anywhere yet is because no one wants him. The Bills are trying out Vince freaking Young for crying out loud. I realize that you think Freeman is the worst QB to ever play in the NFL based on nothing but your irrational hatred for him, but no team is going to look to Vince Young over Freeman if talent was the only factor in the equation.

Freeman will be able to choose his spot. Ogletree wouldn't have, hence why he signed the first offer he got. As for teams not vocalizing interest, clearly you aren't aware of how the FA process works. Teams don't usually publicize interest in a player that they are interested in or make an offer to for a number of reasons. Did you know that the Bucs made a hard push for Carson Palmer before Carson Palmer said they did?


You have watched him play at the end of last year and this year??? just god-awful terrible....while I think that the organization has some blame in the fact that the team has been terrible, you have to admit that
while watching him play you cannot mistake him for an elite QB, holds the ball,  piss poor accuracy on all short and intermediate routs just has no gravitas.  The guy does not appear to have it, that's ok, he gave the Bucs five years, but I will have serious doubts that he ever ascends to be a starter anywhere  that will results in a winning organization.  He just doesn't have it, and sorry  if people have concluded that he had a "drug problem" I guess you have to think up a reason why a guy with size and skills can't play for **CENSORED**....................must be on drugs.............

Anybody here watch Eli this afternoon? 12 interceptions in his first five games. He hardly looks like a SB winner now. I expect he will be lucky to only have 17 interceptions by the midpoint of the season. I'm sure some here will defend him and say it's on his OL and his receivers, maybe even poor coaching. One thing for sure, it's not because of lack of support from HIS HC. Maybe the Giants should consider signing Freeman. Josh has never thrown 7 interceptions in a single game.

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#24 : October 06, 2013, 10:15:14 PM

I do watch Gmen games, and their Oline is piss awful.  It makes the BUcs line look...well...bad comparison.

There Oline is a complete wreck.  That is truth.


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#25 : October 06, 2013, 10:18:23 PM

One thing Freeman forgot to try in pleasing Schiano : playing well.

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#26 : December 26, 2013, 08:27:39 PM

JOsh Freeman will never start for another NFLteam and I doubt that he will ever play more than injury relief ever again, if that.

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#27 : December 27, 2013, 10:41:49 AM

Schiano likes his boys young.

Freeman was never going to please Schiano.

Well you would know. I hear they call you the tortoise because you like to get there before the hair.

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#28 : December 27, 2013, 10:55:58 AM

   Not getting very far in pleasing Leslie Frazier either. And he's a HC franticallly in search of a starting QB...

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#29 : December 27, 2013, 12:20:47 PM

Schiano sold out qb's before, and josh wasn't his type of qb, or his qb at all. So it was only a matter of time. Most of us knew that.

However, freeman did suck in his last games here, but it still falls on schiano, dom, and maybe the glazers to not get a single pick from him. If everyone and their momma
Knew freeman was hated on by schiano, and freeman sucked during PS, why didn't they seek a trade?

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