Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by Night Channels, Jul 14, 2019.
Steelers arent frauds lol. Who is saying that
Yes. GRAFFITI or S-K-A-T-E bro.
Tony Hawk multiplayer is great. Mostly perfect games (excluding HD and 5)
Are they moving him to special teams? Why would he word it that way? Lol.
Also, I’ve been placed on the COVID reserve list. Our babysitter just tested positive, so we’re now home bound for the week....
I have not played a Tony Hawk since Underground. Is the new one fun?
It’s the best one since maybe THPS3, though I did really like Underground and American Wasteland.
Underground is the best Tony Hawk. I will not be moved off this point.
Pro Tip: If you’re on ESPN Fantasy, Taysom Hill is currently listed as a TE.
ah yikes - hope everything turns out for the best for your family and your babysitter
Taysom Hill as a starter will be fun to watch
His stat line will be something like
12/28 100 yards 1 TD 2 INT
14 rush attempts, 96 yards 1 TD
3 catches, 20 yards
Cant find anywhere what the actual playing time incentives are, but wouldnt be stunned if at least one of them is "$X,000 per start"
There’s maybe something to be said for racism playing a role in the market for Winston vs less talented quarterbacks and his role with the Saints, but I don’t like how that narrative (that I see forming on Twitter and from a few pundits) ignores that he raped a woman and paints him as a martyr of victim.
Do people think otherwise?
This is a franchise that traded for Teddy Bridgewater and started him for a significant stretch last season. This isn't about race. It's about Sean Payton trying to prove he's the smartest person in the room.
I didn’t solely mean the Saints and wasn’t trying to accuse them specifically (maybe poor wording on my part), it’s more about the market for him and Cam Newton. Obviously there were issues that led to teams being wary of both (injuries with Cam, turnovers with Jameis). But both are making less than a few similarly (arguably less) talented white QBs and if I remember right it took awhile for any teams to finally sign them when, even with their issues, one’s a former MVP and the other threw for over 5,000 yards last season.
I have seen some sports personalities remark on at least the potential of race as a factor and I understand where it comes from, but am personally slightly uncomfortable if that turns into uncritical sympathy for Winston if the narrative picks up steam, that’s all.
Can't wait till the Chargers find another way to lose...to the Jets. Should be fun times.