So OTA's are going on. Thank god I work about 500 feet from them and I can check it out a a couple times a week. Parking lot looks full and everyone is working hard, it would appear that everyone is in much better shape this year than they were last year(which was to be expected). Nice to see the reps split 50/50 with regard to the QB's and its nice to me anyways to see that its not a complete blow out one way or the other. I would love to have a dead heat all through training camp and the way i feel if they stay tied then the the tie goes to the bigger contract (Kolb in this case). I am a firm believer that competition makes everyone better, it makes you want to stick it to that loud mouth co worker, or bang that hotter chick to piss off the douche at the end of the bar. I'm all for banging the hotter chick. I saw as story where Darnell Dockett is holding his team accountable even now in OTA's. I think he can smell that this team has something special going for it right now. So there you go you have a lot to yell at me about. Lets recap, tie goes to Kolb, bang the hotter chick, Dockett is a leader, Cardinals are going to the superbowl this year, and some guy once told me that reading a wall of text blows so i did it this way to get a rise out of him.
Who's side are you on with the whole salary cap issue making Dallas and Washington take a cap hit, did the owners do something wrong?
Owners, a bunch of rich babys with no real jobs that just blame refs, and stick it to the little people with 8.00 beers and rising season ticket prices. (9 votes)
Players, waaaaa, we only get paid 300,000 a year, and we have to work so much, and we have all of our medical expences paid for, and we have to play a game for a living.... booo hooo, its so hard, i cant afford to get my posse platinum Rolex's (6 votes)
Fans, we make a living, pay our bills, and still can afford to plop down 200 bucks every two weeks or so to catch a game because we believe that our team is going to win the whole thing and we are proud of them even if its only "The Cardinals" where .08% (20 votes)
35 total votes