Seriously? Next time you see this, could you please kick the person using it directly in the junk?I see 'Sota used sometimes.
That would indeed suck. But it would be less annoying than 'Chusetts.I'm going to start referring to Massachusetts as "Massy" and see how you like it. You won't. You won't like it AT ALL.
Lol, point taken. If I can learn how to pronounce Oregon and Nevada correctly, I can probably stand to call Minnesota the right way.Nobody calls Minnesota (or Minneapolis, while we're at it) "Minny". I see 'Sota used sometimes. Or simply Minn. For the city, it's MPLS, or collectively with St. Paul as the Twin Cities, the Cities, MSP, or just TC if you're into the whole brevity thing. I like MPLS. Prince did too, which is good enough for me.
I'm going to start referring to Massachusetts as "Massy" and see how you like it. You won't. You won't like it AT ALL.
So, they are improving!Fox sideline reporter just gushing pregame about how the Bills players love their new, simplified offense. It's just going to free them up to go out and play.
First series: 1 yd completion to McCoy, false start, 2 yd screen pass, and Taylor takes a 10 yard sack on 3rd and 12.
It's Ore gun, not Ore gone like we said in New England. But Nevada? Google and YouTube like Nev add a, but I think I hear more Nev ah da in California.Lol, point taken. If I can learn how to pronounce Oregon and Nevada correctly, I can probably stand to call Minnesota the right way.
I'll seek to purify myself in the waters of Lake Minnetonka.
Drew BledsoeI'm trying to think of a historical comp for Blake Bortles---good numbers, kind of looks like a real QB when you watch, yet manages to blow it in the end constantly.
Kind of a JV Dan Fouts? I know not as good. Matt Stafford good comp of current QBs.
I can't tell what happens first. I think knee is down but I watched it about 10 times and can't tell for sure. When it's that close, it almost always stands as called on the field.I don't see what wasn't there to overturn that call. Jones' knee on the ground and the moment the ball is hit loose is clear. I get why they didn't overturn last week because there wasn't a clear view of the ball coming loose when Harrison's knee hit the ball and knocked it free from Boyd. The replay official would have had to presume it was knocked free by his knee without video evidence. This case with Jones though is confusing. Not sure what evidence they needed. A blood sample?