He did run over a police officer, or something in that nature.
Haha I just finished reading about this a few minutes ago and apparently he just lightly hit her with his car. He was arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon. They also found a joint in the ashtray with less then a gram which he claims was from his friend he let borrow his car prior to him driving it. He spent the night jail, pleaded guilty to lesser chargers, paid a 1,00 dollar fine and had 40 hours of community service.
I wouldn't exactly call that running over a cop nor in the same league as killing someone.
Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein
Why aren't there more good role models for fat people who fall down a lot?
Yeah, ESPN just quoted it at 4.5 a little bit ago. And, uh, I have kind of a hard time with that. It was Baltimore who had two massively impressive victories these last two weekends, not SF.
ATL also has a much more potent offense that BAL and after 17-0 SF pretty much dominated the game, outscoring ATL 28-7 while at the same time leaving 10 points on the table (missed FG, fumble at the goal line). GB came into SF and got completely shut down. Meanwhile BAL beat IND who was starting a rookie QB, a totally overrated DEN team who had not played a decent team in almost 3 months, and a NE team without their second most powerful offensive weapon (Gronk). So I think Vegas is right on the money at this point.
Let me pose a question to Jets fans- a "rehabbed" Russell or Mark Sanchez? Jaguars fans- a "rehabbed" Russell or Blaine Gabbert or Chad Henne? Chiefs fans- a "rehabbed" Russell or Brady Quinn (top 2 QBs taken in that awesome awesome draft class) or Matt Cassell?
I shouldn't talk too much shit. As a Vikings fan Christian Ponder cock-teased us the last 4 games of the season, but was hurt and couldn't play in the playoff loss to the Packers. He could go back to being shitty to the point that would make me start thinking about Russell lol
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Jamiroquai 2017 please.
Originally Posted by miscorrections
How is any of that ironic? On this board I absolutely expect terrible people to call other people terrible.
pretty comical hearing NFL Live's Mark Scharith laughing at Russell (“he’s down from 320 to 308lbs and announcing a comeback”). As a Charger fan I watched a lot of him and he was just plain jane inaccurate with his throws. Like way off target on simple routes...on top of the weight/pill popping problems. Best case scenario is heading up to the Canadian league with Tebow.
Wow! NFL and Coachella. My two most favorite things. Great Job TomAz! As a Cardinal Season Ticket Holder since 1990, It has definitely been a wild and crazy trip. I'm excited for a new Arians/Bowles Era. Arians has the proper urgency in addressing our Offensive line woes that have submarined our Team the last three years as he is planning on assigning as much as four assistants focusing on just the O-Line. He also plans to move Larry Fitzgerald all over the field in an effort to get him more clean looks in 2013. I really like what he did with Wayne last year. We'll keep Dockett now and he'll be promised to be an interior rusher from here on out, catering to his difference-making strengths. I already liked what i was seeing out of our D last year. Calais Campbell wreaked havoc as both a pass rusher and run defender all season long. If it wasn’t for J.J. Watt, we’d be talking about Campbell as the best 3-4 end in football. ILB Daryl Washington was a beast in the run game and as a pass rusher. Patrick Peterson isn’t quite at the shutdown level, yet, but he’s as close as you can get without being there. Michael Floyd was my favorite Cardinals player to watch during the second half of the season. Roberts should still be a quality slot receiver in 2013. Kolb can be an adequate starter if he gets time to set and throw, but his future with the Cards is unclear for cap reasons. Arians has promised an aggressive vertical attack next year and I'm not quite sure who's gonna give us that. Arians has said that he "loves" Ryan Williams and has had success with far less talented Vick Ballard last year. I'm excited for some fresh blood here in AZ, only time will tell where it will lead.