Suggs and Honey Badger in the Super Bowl

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  1. Cardsmasochist

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    Suggs played SK and the Cardinals like a fiddle. Signs $7M contract with the Cards and brags how he would never steal from the Ravens because he respects the organization too much. Cardinals? Yeah sure fine. Then plays half ass most of the time and convinces the Cardinals to cut him. The Chiefs claim him off waivers and now he gets to play in ANOTHER SB.

    Honey Badger is going to keep recruiting PP. I’m sure Peterson will be traded.

    I’m not sure why I’m ranting. Just bitter I guess.


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    Chiefs, nothing without Mahomes and Reid, do not care about Honey Skunk. Suggs is still stealing money from somebody but does so with a ring he also will not earn... chill my brother, it's all good in the MFL (mediocre football league) where even drafting second the year before affords you a possible championship :)
     
  3. Timm Rosenbach

    Timm Rosenbach Feel Bad For Tate

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    Badger was good, but a first class jerk who was mentored by a second class jerk (PP21) after being thrown out of college football. Badger did well with the Texans and earned this Super Bowl appearance. Suggs never should have been signed by the Cardinals. We all know that he doesn’t deserve the ring he is about to win and he should hand it back.
     
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    I saw one lay that Suggs made and it wasn’t a great one. Obviously HB is fully recovered from his injuries.
     
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    Remember watching Suggs preseason REFUSING to tackle everyone?? I rationalized it away.... "oh thats just a vet knowing how to get through the preseason. he'll turn it on come regular season"

    Nope. never even attempted to flip the switch. straight up robbed us
     
  6. Chopper0080

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    I don't understand how anyone can lay blame at the feet of these two players.

    Keim wasn't as patient as he needed to be with Mathieu's recovery.

    Keim wasn't smart about what he was signing in Suggs.

    End of story.
     
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    The Cardinals should have drafted Suggs when they had the chance, instead of trading down and taking Skillet Johnson and Calvin Pace.
     
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    Blame no but TM acted like a punk when he got released.
     
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    At the time we either had to choose between HB and his salary or BB.
    I personally thought It was time to part with HB. He didn’t look the same after 2 blown knees. I thought he looked bad playing for the Texans, really bad when the Texans lost in the playoffs.
     
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    Ty's my favorite modern Cardinal, so I'm bummed about that. Suggs and I have met, he's a good dude, and I can't blame him for how things sorted out.

    I hate the 49ers with my heart and soul, so I'll be rooting for the Chiefs.
     
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    Both are not the same players they used to be but hey good for them
     
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    your blaming SK for TM blowing out both his knees? He’s still not the same player he used to be. He was asked to restructure his deal, felt it was an insult and thought he could get more. Turned out he couldn’t and ended up signing for less than what the Cardinals were offering.
     
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    Buckybird Hoist the Lombardi Trophy

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    Keim definitely was trying to right a wrong of previous drafts for the franchise & bring back a former state legend. Should’ve never been a thought on a young team because it’s obvious his skills are toast.

    As far as the Badger, the major mistake Keim & Michael made was rewarding a great player long term right after tearing his ACL. Who the hell does that? A major mistake & I said it the day the deal was signed.
     
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    He acted like a dude who was told he needed to take a pay cut due to performance when he was still recovering from injury. I waffled and let myself get talked into the idea that it was the right move and have been proven wrong. I would be pissed as well if I was told I was the heart of an organization and then they said take a pay cut or we are going to fire you.
     
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    And yet good teams are paying him significant dollars to help their defenses while ours sucks. Obviously he isn't that bad. I didn't like the amount dead money we had to eat but I got the move. Turns out it wasn't a good one.
     

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