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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by -Prime-, Sep 18, 2012.
Tebow was better than both.
Never forget when Vince made me 2.5k moneyline vs. USC
Probably why they can't beat us anymore
so is he fat now or missing a leg or his throwing arm? if not, GREAT.
This sounds like a job for super scott piolios and his merry band of tits. TEAM CHIEF TITS, RETRIEVE! MAYBE!
Can't be worse than Cassel
I want Sams in KC tho....we got 3 more years of awesomeness though
always was a retarded homeless man's michael vick
the shit texas pulled to get him qualified/keep him eligible are still spoke of in circles that speak about schools that cheat
not as much shit as they pulled to get this guy into college
Regardless of where the money went, the money is gone. And Dolezal thinks Young was dumped by the Bills because of the financial issues. “I wasn’t in the room when [the Bills] made a decision, but what would you think? It certainly wouldn’t help me if I’m the owner or the head coach knowing all this is going on with Vince and then he goes out and plays poorly,” Dolezal said.
Maybe, just maybe, he was just because he played poorly. As someone else said, if players were cut for being poor, the NFL would look like it did in the 40s, and by that I mean white, slow and boring.
But Mack Brown said Young would end up in the NFL HOF.
This is my give a damn
hard to explain how a QB in the NFL can have a 30-17 career record as a starter and not get a shot on even the shittiest of teams.
he looked spotty (more bad than good) last year when vick went down, but the eagles sucked as a whole last year (especially on D), and no desean jackson.
And they say Wonderlic scores don't mean anything.
because he's a head case who cant throw for shit and has 24% more turnovers than touchdowns
You know it.
All I know is Cam is a beautiful Hebrew that had a better Heisman season than Vince against a better conference and isn't broke.
despite everyone's beliefs, cam isn't a dumb nog who is going to blow his money
his dads gonna be the one to blow it all
Saw Vince in the New Orleans airport about a year ago, I said what's up to him and he said what's up back to me. I will always support Vincent Young. I'm sure Obama will take good care of him.
i, for one, don't consider giving all your money to the church 'blowing' it
its a wonderful way to launder money
you dont have to launder shit when your dad is just taking it for his personal use. just write his ass a check
donate it all to the church and don't pay taxes breh
Here to defend Cam's honor.
black people dont pay taxes anyways
He said what's up back to you? You certainly are qualified to speak of his character.
Look $55 000 in the CFL is nothing to shake your nose at. And playing in Montreal where the city has over 6 000 strippers softens the blow.
oh great, here comes the canadian to ruin another thread
in a city of 6000 strippers with 55k vince young will be broke in somewhere around 13 and a half minutes
Sorry Shitnoser. Broke ass mofo's seems to be your area of expertise. I defer...
Ya but it would be nice to go down in a blaze...
i may be broke, but at least i'm
Who would've guesses that this would turn into a fag-off once Cam Newton was mentioned?
Shocking that athlete's who make more per game than most people make over 10 years go broke with such great investments like:
Ay Nigga, The Archbishop Don Magic Juan ain't broke. As he learned from, quote "the greatest pimp of all time, who is called God. "If you know what you got, brotha, it ain't much.""
Lot of it has to do with the certification of individuals by the union. They allow some real shady and under qualified people to "represent" athletes. Not taking the focus off of the athlete who in the end has to do a better job of overseeing their money but sometimes it's tough to see lions...
Especially when the lion has been watching you play since you were 12 and your mom is telling you to trust him. 100% agree.
A lot of times that advisor has a financial stake in these teenagers. I know in hockey a prominent agent is being sued by a bunch of players for stealing money. It's hard sometimes to spot them, but they are out there.
I think these unions need to put in place checks and balances to help their players avoid these situations. Of course many agents are in tight with union big wigs.
Tebow is 7-4 as a starter. While QB play certainly can win or lose games for you, it's hardly an accurate matrix of how good the quarterback is.
I don't believe you
The best/worst part of that story is VY had to borrow $1.7MM at 20% with the interest paid upfront to get through the hold out.
Honestly, the best thing for these athletes would be for the Union to require a separate 401K type setup that takes a mandatory percentage of their paycheck and pays them as soon as they "retire" from the NFL. The pension isn't enough and they don't get it right away. So many of them are just incredibly stupid. So stupid that they wouldn't do it, will want private control of their money and 75% will be broke 3 years after they are out of the league.
Salary's one big tax deduction.
Thanks for like #1500
To be fair the story claims his advisers fraudulently took the loan. The NFL really needs to set up a program where they approve financial advisers for players. I'd like to say the way they do with agents but the way the NFL authorizes agents should be criminal.
And it's an issue that continues to occur. So why haven't the union, owners and league done something to rectify the situation? Most owners have a decent relationship with its players...
I feel bad for the Mike Webster's of the world who killed their bodies, souls, and brains while playing and were barely compensated for it. But with this generation of players watching them go broke is almost comical.
Honestly speaking, if you were given $26 million, would you ever go through it?
Totally agree. Many coaches get part of their salary paid to them in the form of annuity deposits. If the league were to require a percentage of players contracts be withheld and then paid to them annually after they retire, there wouldn't be as many stories like this. Many of these guys go from not having two nickels to rub together(unless they play for Auburn or Bama) to having millions of dollars at their disposal. Many don't know how to balance a checkbook, much less invest wisely. Easy pickings for the sharks in the world.