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    Re: NFL 2018.1 The off season

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    Picked up the CTV/CBC feed???
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    Which is strange.

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    I distinctly remember watching it, because not only am I a Bills fan, I had a bet with a co-worker who was a Warren Moon uber-fanboy. The next night at work was rather fun. He was a cook, I was a dishrat. I walked in, said good game, and collected money. "Go on, laugh, come on, rub it in." I didn't.

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    Is this good, bad, or indifferent?
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    Re: NFL 2018.1 The off season

    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Is this good, bad, or indifferent?
    It's a gamble. And knowing my Minnesota Football history it will blow up in their face. Write it down.
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    Re: NFL 2018.1 The off season

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    Is this good, bad, or indifferent?
    I love it, the last thing I want to see the Broncos do is drop $30M a year on Cousins, so hopefully someone else takes him off the market before Elway can get it done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
    It's a gamble. And knowing my Minnesota Football history it will blow up in their face. Write it down.
    I think you're forgetting all those playoff victories Cousins led the Redhawks to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Is this good, bad, or indifferent?
    Dumb. You're ditching a QB that led you to the conference championship for an expensive gamble. This is classic Vikings. 3 months ago, they had 3 QBs that ranged from serviceable to future franchise. Now? Yeah, don't need 'em.
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    "Kirk Cousins, the highest paid player of all time"

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufus View Post
    "Kirk Cousins, the highest paid player of all time"

    There's just something seriously wrong with that statement.
    I'm glad I'm not the only one.

    And now the highest paid player in MLB history, Travis d'Arnaud.
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    I'm guessing the Vikes offered a "show me" 1-2 years, and Keenum/his agent asked for 4.

    So, Keenum told them he'd test free agency and see what the market will pay. But is Kirk Cousins really the best alternative? Haha.
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    The Vikings would be fools to give Keenum the franchise tag considering the cost it would bring. It may backfire on the Vikings but hindsight makes everyone a brilliant GM doesn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slap Shot View Post
    The Vikings would be fools to give Keenum the franchise tag considering the cost it would bring. It may backfire on the Vikings but hindsight makes everyone a brilliant GM doesn't it?
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    Re: NFL 2018.1 The off season

    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    I'm guessing the Vikes offered a "show me" 1-2 years, and Keenum/his agent asked for 4.

    So, Keenum told them he'd test free agency and see what the market will pay. But is Kirk Cousins really the best alternative? Haha.
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    Papa John's and the NFL have broken up.

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    Re: NFL 2018.1 The off season

    Quote Originally Posted by ShirtlessBob View Post
    Papa John's and the NFL have broken up.
    *Spongebob narrator* THREE SECONDS LATER...

    "Domino's, the official pizza sponsor of the NFL."
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    Re: NFL 2018.1 The off season

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    Not Garth Snow.
    This.
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    Dear god no Vikings.

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    *Spongebob narrator* THREE SECONDS LATER...

    "Domino's, the official pizza sponsor of the NFL."
    Guessed wrong. Pizza Hut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShirtlessBob View Post
    Papa John's and the NFL have broken up.
    Smart move by Papa John's. The price tag keeps rising while viewership has plateaued, and will likely drop for the next few years as players continue to express themselves in ways that upset backwards billhillies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    Smart move by Papa John's. The price tag keeps rising while viewership has plateaued, and will likely drop for the next few years as players continue to express themselves in ways that upset backwards billhillies.
    That demo is tiny. And has almost zero spending power which is what the ad execs care about.
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