Pretty cool, and great exposure as well! I also managed to be featured on their facebook page.
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Posted by Rybcon on 07 July 2014 - 09:10 PM
Whether a 1st round, a 7th round or undrafted free agent I would have no respect for the player it they DIDN'T want to start!
Posted by Rybcon on 28 May 2014 - 01:43 PM
Oakland Raiders - No one would notice if someone was missing.
Posted by Cjw on 03 February 2014 - 01:07 PM
Posted by Rybcon on 02 August 2014 - 01:49 AM
I'm changing my name to Grandpa Ryb
Posted by PowerO on 20 April 2014 - 01:29 AM
This comment section allows for self-likes.
I like this.
Posted by Rybcon on 03 February 2014 - 02:28 PM
Just out of curiosity, what else would you watch other than Super Bowl XVLIII on a day you specifically planned to sit in front of the TV for at least 4 hours?
Blowout or not, I think it's despicable to whine about a lopsided contest and flip the station (to what?). A true football fan would never react in that manner, doesn't matter if you lost your ass taking the public's side with Denver -2.5.
What you shared is simply deplorable. I hope a majority of PFS contributors and readers disagree with your dimwitted reaction. Otherwise, why watch football? Why build up an entire season from free agency in March until the big game in February if you're just going to turn off the television?
Seems like you wasted six months of dedicated time and energy. And that, my friend, is just sad.
I'll send you a PM when I care about your opinion in general let alone you trying to guess what I should or shouldn't do and how I live my personal life.
Posted by Rybcon on 11 December 2013 - 05:01 PM
Congratulations on hitting 50,000 posts!!
Posted by d3vanj on 26 November 2013 - 03:14 AM
Saints' don't need to own the forum. We own the NFC South. Y'all just keep posting away
Posted by Cjw on 07 November 2013 - 02:00 AM
Posted by jhutch on 20 October 2013 - 02:03 PM
Pro Football Spot jumped into the top 5,000 websites online in US traffic today according to Alexa.com. Very exciting times! We are currently ranked 4,951st.
Posted by Evan Massey on 04 August 2013 - 09:30 PM
Wouldn't surprise me at all. To be honest, it would surprise me if he was willing to take the time to sign autographs for people without getting some compensation. I'm over Manziel. The dude is cocky, disrespectful, and uncaring about others. I could care less if he has an absolutely terrible season and is never heard of on the field again. The dude just needs to her grow up or shut up.
Posted by Ty Wurth on 19 January 2015 - 03:47 AM
Posted by Stoney Keeley on 30 November 2014 - 05:30 PM
What do you Titans fans think about Michael Crabtree being on this list?
Posted by Lucas Polglaze on 12 May 2014 - 06:51 PM
I personally think this whole thing is unfair to Sam. All along, he's asked the media to talk about him as a football player....NOT as the "gay" football player. This is pretty much the biggest moment of the kid's life. Let him be able to kiss his partner. It's no different from what any other straight player has done when drafted.
As for Jones....like it or not, when you wear that jersey on Sundays, you are representing the team. And what you do for the rest of the week matters too. These players in the NFL are under more intense scrutiny than anywhere else. They are expected to be role models. They are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful and professional manner on Twitter. You rarely see players so much as trash-talking on Twitter.
Like it or not, this is a new era in the NFL and sports more generally. And those who choose to hate what goes on are ignoring the facts.
Posted by Josh Randolph on 26 April 2014 - 01:58 AM
Andrew Luck is not the only QB in the league that fits the criteria you're saying makes him worthy of being called the MVP.
Hey, based on your own criteria, even Colin Kaepernick is more MVP-worthy than Luck is. Two straight playoff appearances and a Superbowl appearance.
I know things are slow during this time of year as far as football is concerned, but let's not start calling our favorite players MVP candidates until the preseason hypemania starts, at least.
Posted by Joshua Huffman on 09 April 2014 - 02:21 PM
Just my opinion but there is zero chance the Raiders take Aaron Donald at #5.
Heh. That's what I say about most of their picks.
Posted by Dan Weber on 15 August 2013 - 03:32 PM
But shouldn't I take the Niners defense if it's still available in the 12th round?????????????
You should Seth, but only because you are in my league, and it will just make it that much easier to beat you.
Posted by jhutch on 26 April 2013 - 03:49 PM
Last night I was able to give our business proposal and pitch to a panel of people from different fields who then selected a winner to receive $10,000 to put toward their plan.
The presentation and pitch went extremely well. After the pitch and the Q&A afterward, people were lining up to talk to me offering help, giving advance, wanting lunch, etc. This entire process has really helped to bring clarity to the entire plan and obviously has connected me to some very powerful and knowledgeable people.
Our plan calls for a $200,000 investment spread throughout the first year. Multiple people approached me and said that whenever I began to seek out that $200,000, to be sure to come to them. There were many people in the room last night capable of funding the full amount. I met tons of people that will help direct this ship in the right direction.
I'm excited about where we are headed, and I know that you will be excited about the steps in the business plan. This is only the beginning. We need to keep the momentum going as it is. Continue to promote through social media, continue to tell your friends, and continue to make use of the social bookmarking icons (such as reddit, stumbleupon) at the bottom of each topic. It helps SO much. Don't do it for every topic, but the ones that people spend time writing, definitely share. The more views, the better (obviously).
With this $10,000 we will continue to promote through facebook and twitter, and beginning advertising through google adwords. In addition to that, we will make more progress on our mobile app that will allow you to do everything you can online, on your phone. We will be the only NFL forum to have a mobile app like this. Super excited about it. Look for that to release next week.
Thanks for all of the support, and thanks for jumping on early. This is going to be a fun ride. Lots of things in store for us here at Pro Football Spot.