Packiderm posted:
Brown Paper Sack AGAIN posted:

I was in the local sporting goods store yesterday snatching up some last minute items for the fishing opener. Meandered down to the jerseys/caps section for a fresh Twins ball cap (best team in MLB), and to gauge the current relevance of Packer fandom by eyeballing the number of Packer items on the racks and shelves.  There would always be a spattering of Clem Matthews and Rodgers jerseys in years past that I'd have to pick off the rack and carry over to the women's Zumba gear section. 

Found one Packer foam finger on the clearance shelves, with obvious small pocks of foam picked out, probably by some Packer fan kid who immigrated to Minnesota with his family for a better life.  No jerseys in sight.

No passion.

Did you write that entire post all by yourself or did a first grader with a dunce cap help you? 

Throwing you back. Opener isn't til tomorrow.

Boris posted:
Brown Paper Sack AGAIN posted:

Well ain't this guy a gem. A regular Archimedes in pads I tell ya!

 

The first time he plants your TE and/or QB into the ground I'll be sure to remind you of this.

I think the only thing he'll be planting this season is his ass on the end of the bench until he masters the task of finding someone to read the playbook to him.

John Dorsey needs to wear a few more ugly ass sweatshirts and sign or draft a few more criminals. 

Hey JD - don’t forget it was GB and Ron Wolf that gave you a shot.  Cleveland fans are more passionate?  Got it.  Try winning something for a change.  The Browns set the bar so damn low they have any success and people lose their minds.  LMFAO 

Tschmack posted:

Sack going to buy that “fresh” Twins cap (best team in MLB).  You do realize it’s the middle of May, right?   What, no Devil Rays gear available for purchase? 

 

 

Didn’t know they made baseball hats in XXS as in double extra small. Prolly comes to a point !

LOL!  A 1st rounder for Mike Daniels!  And you ham n eggers wonder why we make fun of you.

 

 

michiganjoe posted:

Silverstein: Why Mike Daniels no longer the right fit for Packers

Tom brings up the possibility of a trade. Don't see that happening but very little doubt Mike's time with the team is winding down.

I can't see him being traded for anything other than a first round pick. With a salary of only 8 mil, that's something a defense-needy team team can absorb, and still give up a high pick for.

Waynes would immediately be the packers best CB.  Not even a question.  Daniels would be a decent rotational player on the Vikings.

These discussions would be more fruitful if you guys had any football knowledge and weren’t all Gork-like in your assessments.

Chickenboy of Rubechat posted:

Waynes would immediately be the packers best CB.  Not even a question.  Daniels would be a decent rotational player on the Vikings.

These discussions would be more fruitful if you guys had any football knowledge and weren’t all Gork-like in your assessments.

Idiot.

YATittle posted:
Chickenboy of Rubechat posted:

Waynes would immediately be the packers best CB.  Not even a question.  Daniels would be a decent rotational player on the Vikings.

These discussions would be more fruitful if you guys had any football knowledge and weren’t all Gork-like in your assessments.

Idiot.

^ football knowledge

Chickenboy of Rubechat posted:
YATittle posted:
Chickenboy of Rubechat posted:

Waynes would immediately be the packers best CB.  Not even a question.  Daniels would be a decent rotational player on the Vikings.

These discussions would be more fruitful if you guys had any football knowledge and weren’t all Gork-like in your assessments.

Idiot.

^ football knowledge

What a dope. And you’re one of the “smarter “Vikings fans.

How bout a cartoon to liven things up ?

From SI MMQB:

As of Monday morning, the Vikings have $664,266 in cap space... and first-round pick Garrett Bradbury still hasn’t signed yet. It’s clear that Minnesota has some work to do in that area—especially because every team needs to sock away some cap space for in-season injury contingencies—and the obvious place to make some space is with TE Kyle Rudolph, who has been available via trade for about a month. His $7.625 million number for 2019 ($250,000 of it tied to per-game roster bonuses) makes him both tricky to move and, without any dead money on his contract, an easy place for the Vikings to find breathing room, if they have to cut someone. Rudolph, of course, is a beloved figure in that organization, and he brings a lot to the table beyond being a really good player. But something is eventually going to have to give on that roster. 

And we were told all along that Buzz Cuzz would not cause a cap issue.  

Blair Kiel posted:

But, but, but.....John Hadl!

You are such a one trick pony.

At least Sack has a sense of humor. You are a sad little person.

You seem upset that Ammo is three days behind everybody else.  Have a beer, it’s Friday.

Unless you find it humorous that ammo lives in a time warp?  Which if that’s the case, please accept my humble apology.

YATittle posted:

Fool, date doesn't matter, sums up the issues of their problems. Idiot.

What problem?  Was there somebody they were desperate to sign, or had to let walk, due to cap constraints?

The word you’re looking for here is, “nope”.

It really irks you ham and eggers when a FA takes less money to play in Minny, or a stud linebacker restructures his contract to allow other signings.

Did you hear the Vikings might not be able to sign Bradbury?!?!?!

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