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Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Harry, Apr 2, 2020.

  1. Syracusecards

    Syracusecards DA's pass went that way

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    I was just kidding. I have no beef with anyone on this board.
     
  2. WildBB

    WildBB Air Raid Locked n Loaded

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  3. SissyBoyFloyd

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    It would help some of you to avoid commenting altogether to or about the PERSON making a post, and stick to rejecting or criticizing the content only. That way it never becomes so personal.
     
  4. Harry

    Harry ASFN Consultant and Senior Writer

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    I honestly typically pass over most posts of the nature I mentioned. I haven’t noted any specific offenders. I read (and too often comment) on many threads. I just noticed one where it seemed most posts contained personal attacks. I just thought it was disappointing.
     
  5. CardsSunsDbacks

    CardsSunsDbacks Not So Skeptical Contributor

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    If you ever find yourself making a post in frustration or annoyance than just do what I do and type it out and then delete it, makes it easier to move on without it turning sour. Never stoop to the level of calling names or calling people's opinions stupid. Call it over the top or unrealistic if you must, but no argument or discussion ever gets anywhere once words like "stupid", "dumb" or "idiotic" start making their way into the comments.
     
  6. Mr. Boldin

    Mr. Boldin Mel Kiper's Daddy

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    Exactly. Not trying to discourage people from replying to whatever they want, but you don't have to reply to everything that gives you the slightest itch.
     
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    Just look for the "silver lining" in their post.
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    There isn't always a huge difference between calling an idea stupid compared to calling a person stupid. Although I lean towards taking an Olinemen in the draft, I don't know how big a difference it will make one way or the other in the great scheme of things. I bet there is a decent proportion of "experts" who get paid to study the NFL who feel that we should choose a receiver because they feel that receiver will make a bigger impact on our team. If that is only a preference 20% of the time I don't call that excessively crazy, dumb, or stupid. Now if it is only 1% well then.. that's a little different. The national publications have us taking Oline but- I believe they are just copying and pasting. As we get closer to the draft I bet you see a lot more leaning Receiver. I think right now it's probably 2/3'rds chance of Oline 1/3rd Receiver at this point... So with that I think we have to turn down the tone a little bit with calling something crazy, stupid, etc...
     
  9. Solar7

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    You say there's a segment of experts saying we should go WR, but the evidence doesn't show it from the mock draft tracker, and you say it's because the experts are copying and pasting... so which is it? Besides Wolfley (and maybe one or two of his radio counterparts), whose job it is to bluster on the air for hours a day and keep people listening, I'm not seeing Lamb anywhere but ASFN. I don't live in Phoenix, so I could admittedly be missing something you have to be local to understand, but ArizonaSports.com tracks these and not one has us taking Lamb/Ruggs/Jeudy in a post-trade world.

    So that's where I continue to be confused and use those words to describe my confusion. I'm unsure how the concept has formed in so many poster's minds when really it's based off of comments from Kyler that were pre-Hopkins.

    I really still genuinely don't see any way that WR is under consideration unless somehow all of the defenders go, our favorite tackle goes, and someone offers us considerable compensation to move up and take a QB, and we find ourselves stuck staring at a board with no viable OT or defender. That's a lot of falling dominoes to get to that point.
     
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    Sir, your cognitive dissociation has resulted in you becoming a purveyor of excrement when posting
     
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    Dissonance!

    And I agree there are creative ways of saying that an opinion comes from one's nether region.
     
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    You've been stuck at home too long Chris. Imo of course. :)
     
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    Glad to see you are still alive and well, Solar. :clapping:.

    I was beginning to wonder there for a little bit. :rockon:
     
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    I have heard from various "experts" on television that we might go WR... The experts you speak of are mostly general publications that don't even pay attention to the Cardinals, but even the ones that have comment often say WR could be an option as well..
     
  15. blindseyed

    blindseyed I'm saying you ARE stuck in Wichita

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    This is the dumbest thread ever and idiotic....wait...what I just said was stupid and childish...oh great now I'm offended at what I said lol
     

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