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Post is unread #1 Jun 1, 2017, 2:43 am
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Neil from Cheddar, UK
Vic, disappointed to see your long-held suggestion for the player celebration circle was not picked up by the league. What do you think of the new rules?
The fans got what they wanted. They’ll want more. They http://www.billsjerseysale.com/shop-by-players-kyle-williams-jersey-c-1_29.html always want more and they usually get what they want because that’s how the league gets what it wants.
Travis from Bremerton, WA
All of the great quarterbacks that wore No. 12: Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Staubach, Bradshaw, Jim Kelly, Broadway Joe, Ken Stabler; that’s some great company. Looks like all you need to do is wear 12 when you make it to the big show and you’re on the “A Team.” I gotta be onto something here, right?
It doesn’t work that way. I’ve covered quarterbacks that wore No. 12 and didn’t make the team or didn’t have a successful career. I can remember one of them, Jonathan Quinn, a third-round draft pick by the Jaguars who was as physically gifted as any quarterback I’ve covered. At 6-6, 243, he possessed Roethlisberger-like size and strength. He was a former tight end whose athletic ability was off the charts. He might’ve been the http://www.00fenrir.com/shop-nfl-san-francisco-49ers-cheap-deion-sanders-jerseys.html most athletic player on the Jaguars. I saw him hit a softball into orbit. Unfortunately, something was lacking from his game and, despite tries with three different teams, he never stuck. Bob Griese is another quarterback who wore 12; he won two Super Bowls in the 1970s, which was 12’s era. No. 12 was to quarterback as No. 32 was to running back. John Elway, Brett Favre and Troy Aikman helped usher in the era of the single-number quarterback. Brady resurrected 12’s fame; Rodgers has added to it. Players, not numbers.
Mitchell from Edmond, OK
Hey, Insiders, thanks for all the great work! I like how the title of each column corresponds with a specific answer in the column. Who came up with this idea and what’s the inspiration behind it?
I invented it. Not much thought went into it. I just did it. I try to pick subject matter from a question and answer that would lend itself to an interesting headline and accompanying picture. I ask myself: What will make the readers go nuts? The choices are usually plentiful.
Brad from Aurora, WI
I’ve been to over 30 games in Green Bay. I miss the chants of “Reggie! Reggie!” Why does is seem Lambeau was louder then than it is now? More seats, more people, less noise, just me?
It’s just you. Our ears hear what our heart feels.
Greg from Danbury, CT
Green Bay has been rated the drunkest city in America. “The excessive drinking rate among adults in Green Bay is the highest of any metro area in the country.” My response is two-fold: Calling Green Bay a metro area is laughable. Don’t you need a rush hour or something? Few people can get through the winter up there sober.
I just started going to bed earlier. It was the only place I could get warm.
Jon from Bloomfield, NJ
The overtime change seems much more like a minor appeasement (to the players, I presume) than anything the fans should Jermaine Kearse Youth Jersey care about. There have only been nine ties since 1990. Who cares if they take five minutes off overtime?
I think ties are good for the game. Look at the controversy they create, and controversy creates interest. Who knew there was a race for Congress in Montana? The next day, it was a national news story. Ties are every bit as meaningful as a win or a loss.
Vincent from Seattle, WA
Vic, on Memorial Day, the Mount Rushmore of NFL veterans? Perhaps, Chuck Bednarik, Rocky Bleier, Roger Staubach and ?
Pat Tillman and Bob Kalsu immediately come to mind. I have a particular sensitivity to the story of Don Holleder, a star college player who was coached at West Point by Vince Lombardi.
Dean from Leavenworth, IN
Vic, when the time comes to trim the roster at the end of training camp, I suspect the difference can be pretty small between being in the bottom few on the 53 or ending up on the practice squad, another team or on the street. If you have two players at the same position and they show similar production, one is a rookie and the other is a first- or second-year player, who would you rather keep? By that I mean would you Jabaal Sheard Youth Jersey rather keep the player with more experience but less time to grow, or the rookie who might have more room to grow over the next year or two?

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