Coming from the little girl who makes stuff up. Priceless.
Or easier yet if I trade you my peanut butter and jelly sandwich, potatoe chips, cookies and apple to get your school lunch what did I give up? The answer is I gave up a sandwich, chips, cookies, and an apple. It does not matter what I got in return I still gave up my sandwich.
Hope that helps.
Wrong. They said the Skins gave up four picks for Griffin and that isn't true. Your analogy would work if you also traded another car in. The Redskins gave up picks, got one in return and used it to select Griffin. 4-1=3. Hope that helps.
You actually are getting close here though. The Redskins gave up 4 picks and got 1 in return. So their net loss was 3 picks but they still gave up 4. When you did your math equation the first number in it is 4 (4-1=3) 4 IS the number of picks they gave up to get Griffin in return. Therfore they are correct and you are wrong.
Another example is the Ravens Sugar huddle. It is simply a no huddle without rushing to snap the ball. It is not new. The Bills did it durring their hey day. But I would not expect our resident Skins fan to understand this.
I do have one question though. Is he locker combo reincarnated? I mean he makes stupid points, thinks he is never wrong and has terrible spelling and grammar.
Since you can't dispute that, you should maybe try to show me my horrible spelling and grammar that also don't exist.
Now to your statement about spelling and grammar the following are detected when run through a Word spelling and grammar tool:
So all the teams that are ADDING it to their offense know less than you. We should let them know. Seattle, Washington, San Fran and more all run the pistol effectively.
They gave up three becuase they got one in return. Sorry of that confuses you. You can say they gave up four to get the second pick but its inaccurate to say they gave up four to get Griffin.
You are such a miserable POS. I merely repeated what has been reported from people who spoke to Dr. James Andrews. He knows a thing or tow about these injuries. Now, crawl back in your hole of ignorance and let the adults talk about football.
I haven't been wrong about anything. You're the master of that. Sorry your Sirius guys didn't report what EVERYONE ELSE IS IS REPORTING. I guess guys like Ross tucker are too busy being pistol offense experts.
Great, you keep listening to the and I will keep actually watching football.
Wow, you really showed me. Ha ha ha ha
However I did give up 4 food items (sandwich, chips, cookies, and an apple) for 1 item (school lunch). I can not explain it in any simpler terms than that.
Now I am done with this whole thread and promise I will never reply to anything you say ever again. If you would like to post one more time and tell me I am wrong and point out my stupidity then I guess you are the better man. Much like the Broncos were the better team on Saturday.
You just don't comprehend simple math. Don't feel bad. It's not uncommon.
they run an option offense out of a pistol formation .......
spin it however you want but its not too different than what every high school team in my city did when I was young .....
rg3's future success depends on the health of his legs, not his arm .......
The read option is very different from a high school option format but I won't try to educate the guy who thinks Griffin is a dump pass master despite being at the top of the league in accuracy on passes over 20 yards.
So Griffin had better completion percentages the those guys on all those throws AND threw fewer interceptions but you, the guy who doesn't watch any games, are going to try and pretend they are better at them. Stop embarrassing yourself, Hadley. We know you don't know football. Stop proving it.
Flacco is horrible at sideline passes and since those are the only games you do see, I would think you'd know at least that.
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