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Official Phillip Lindsay Really is the first undrafted rookie in the ProBowl Thread

Ralfie

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Lol that was such a good comeback, i expected more. Maybe next time a your mom joke? Come see me at Folsom and we can have this conversation in person. :D Until then STFU, you’re not very witty.
I really wish “your mom” jokes would make a comeback, but the more elderly all our mothers get, the more awkward “UH MY MOM HAS DEMENTIA, DOUCHEBAG” situations we’re apt to run into. But my mother is in good health - if yours is too I’d be delighted to take a few shots at her if you’d like?

Also thank you for helping me derail a @Buffnik thread.
 

goalline

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Ok I got tired of waiting for what’s his name to google pacific heights for me and did it myself - apparently he’s from hippy liberal San Fran. So I assume he’s a bleeding heart and we may be better off without him?
He moved.
 

Not Sure

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Back on topic for a second. During the Giants/Cowboys game yesterday, they showed a graphic of the leading candidates for ROY. It was Barkley, Mayfield and Lindsay.

We all know Lindsay won’t get the award, but the thought of Phillip Lindsay being mentioned with Baker Mayfield (Heisman winner) and Saquan Barkley (Heisman finalist) for NFL rookie of the year is nothing short of incredible.
 

Ralfie

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Back on topic for a second. During the Giants/Cowboys game yesterday, they showed a graphic of the leading candidates for ROY. It was Barkley, Mayfield and Lindsay.

We all know Lindsay won’t get the award, but the thought of Phillip Lindsay being mentioned with Baker Mayfield (Heisman winner) and Saquan Barkley (Heisman finalist) for NFL rookie of the year is nothing short of incredible.
Amen brother. PLinz makes me proud.
 

tante

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Final snap count as it applies to the Pay for Performance policy. Lindsay played 453 offensive snaps (42.18%) and 64 special teams snaps (14.13%). Since this doesn't measure impact, just snap count, it favors positions like offensive lineman and corner backs, who are less likely to rotate. An interesting note is that Ken Crawley took home an extra $300k last year from this program on 820 defensive snaps (77.5%) and 50 special teams snaps (10.82%).

The injury really cost him, not only did he miss a game, lowering his snap count, and PFP bonus. But since he is injured, he can't play in the pro bowl. Players on the winning team take home $64k with the losers taking home $32k.
 

Ralfie

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PL was on 104.3 this morning at 6:30, no idea why I even had it on tbh. But, he disclosed he’s a finalist for an award from Vizio for the player who most exceeded the value of his contract.

Do yo thang allbuffs, no storefronts involved, unlimited voting.

https://tvp.vizio.com
Wow, the highly coveted Vizio endorsement.

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