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The Most Overlooked Storyline of Training Camp

... plus my thoughts on Dennis Pitta's and Jeremy Maclin's injuries, comparing Wes Welker to Jerry Rice and more

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — What I love about NFL training camps was on display Sunday, around 4:30 in the afternoon, as the sun beat down on the fields where the Super Bowl favorites (in the eyes of many) went through their fourth practice of the summer. From the right slot, Anquan Boldin, the uber-valuable Ravens wideout who broke so many Niners-loving hearts with a 100-yard receiving game in the Super Bowl less than six months ago, cut across the middle of the first-team 49ers defense. Nnamdi Asomugha trailed, but just barely, in tight coverage on him. The quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, went elsewhere with the throw. But just seeing Boldin in Niners red, wearing his familiar No. 81, was notable for a couple of reasons: One, the best receiver in the 2012 postseason moving from brother (John Harbaugh) to brother (Jim) in a lightning-fast trade has gotten far too little attention in the NFL world. Two, with the Achilles injury to top San Francisco wideout Michael Crabtree knocking him out until at least midseason, Boldin, traded for a pittance (the 199th pick in the April draft) could be the most important receiver on two different Super Bowl contenders, just months apart. And nobody’s talking about it. It’s the NFL story hiding in plain sight.

“It’s amazing how quiet it’s been,” 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman said after practice Sunday.

There are good stories in every camp this time of year. I’ve seen five teams out west in Week 1, and I’ll share some of the best ones with you this morning. But first, the two things about the Boldin deal, and its aftermath here, that interest me the most:

1. The story at the time was how quickly the March 11 deal between Baltimore and San Francisco came together, after the Ravens decided they’d rather cut Boldin than pay him the full $6 million he was due in 2013. Just how sudden did the deal get done? “From start to finish, about 40 minutes,” Jim Harbaugh said in his office Sunday.

2. Boldin asked a Niners staffer for a white greaseboard the other day. Sure … but why? “I want to be able to quiz some of the young guys on their routes,” Boldin said.

“I was told to be myself from day one,” Boldin said as the Niners opened defense of their NFC title in the shadow of the quickly rising stadium that will be their home beginning in 13 months. “So I feel comfortable to speak up if I see something that can help this team.”

In Baltimore’s improbable Super Bowl run last winter, Boldin started with a 145-yard game against Indianapolis, keyed the AFC title win over New England with two touchdown catches, and then made the kind of catch that so few receivers in the NFL can make—at a vital point of the Super Bowl. Baltimore led 31-29. It was 3rd-and-inches at the Ravens’ 45. Joe Flacco had four options. He could sneak it, or hand it to Ray Rice, or run some kind of option play. Or he could throw to Boldin on the right side, about a 12-yard out. Huge play. Kaepernick was on fire, and Baltimore couldn’t afford to give them the ball back needing only a field goal to go ahead. That night, at a family celebration at a bar in the French Quarter, Joe Flacco told me the Niners’ defensive formation took away the run and the option, and he said he’s always felt the sneak’s a crapshoot for quarterbacks. “I had only one option: throw to Anquan,” Flacco said.

Flacco’s throw was right in Boldin’s gut—but so was the arm of cornerback Carlos Rogers. Boldin is strong, and he hung onto the ball for dear life. He and Rogers fell together, and the ball stayed caught. Gain of 15. A field goal made it 34-29. Now San Francisco would need more than a field goal in the last four minutes to win, and a Ravens goal-line stand (with a controversial non-interference call on Baltimore corner Jimmy Smith on the Niners’ last chance) clinched it. Without the Boldin third-down conversion, who knows?

And there he was Sunday, rambling across the middle and exchanging ideas with Kaepernick after plays, rushing to get on the same page.

“That’s a grown man out there,” a grinning Kaepernick said. “He’ll help the young guys whenever they ask him something. He’ll tell them how he kind of works things, but he just has a savvy for the game that you can’t teach. He knows how to position his body to make a catch, he knows how he wants to stick and work routs. To me as a quarterback, that’s what you want. You want someone who knows, ‘All right, I need to be in this window in this amount of time.’ He’s going to be there and make sure he’s open.”

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One more thing about Niners camp on Sunday: Anyone who watched practice understood why Jim Harbaugh chose Kaepernick over Alex Smith last November. In a half-hour span Kaepernick flicked five sizzling passes of 21 yards or more, right on target, throwing three of the receivers open in very tight coverage. With a needy receiver corps until Crabtree returns (and maybe longer), Kaepernick’s going to have to make the most of some fledgling receivers. From the looks of practice, one of the newbies, second-round tight end Vance McDonald from Rice, could get a very long look in the preseason.

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Late July means the start of a new season. With that, though, usually comes ominous injury news. (Harry How/Getty Images; Gene J. Puskar/AP; Elsa/Getty Images; Andy King/AP)
Late July means the start of a new season. With that, though, usually comes ominous injury news. (Harry How/Getty Images; Gene J. Puskar/AP; Elsa/Getty Images; Andy King/AP)

News of the Weekend.

On Dennis Pitta. In the Ravens’ 4-0 playoff run last year, Boldin and Pitta averaged nine catches and 136 receiving yards per game. Now Joe Flacco will have to win without either of them this year. That’s one of the reasons why Flacco, I’m told, was walking around the Ravens’ complex looking disconsolate after Pitta was lost for the season with a dislocated hip on Saturday. I’d argue Pitta was Baltimore’s second-most valuable offensive player. First, he’s Flacco’s best friend on the team, and their wives are very close, so personally it’s going to hurt Flacco. But without Boldin, Pitta was going to be more important as a security blanket for the quarterback. Now Flacco will have to build more trust with backup tight end Ed Dickson, which has clearly been an issue; he targeted Dickson only three times in the championship game and Super Bowl combined. The Ravens may have to forge a completely different offensive identity, perhaps built around the speed threats Baltimore has at wideout. GM Ozzie Newsome told SI.com’s Don Banks on Sunday, “We don’t know yet what our identity is going to be on offense, because it hasn’t been established yet. Are we capable of running the football? Are we capable of getting the ball out faster? It could be an offensive identity where we’re running, going play action, and having speed at receiver. Because we’ve got three guys who are going to get behind people now. And people are more afraid of that than the 10- to 12-yard completion … They’re going to have to defend the full field because of Torrey [Smith], Jacoby [Jones] and Deonte [Thompson, an undrafted speed receiver].”

On Percy Harvin. Harvin flies to New York to be examined by a hip specialist on Tuesday after feeling some restrictions while running last week. He got nervous about it, saw the usually conservative Seahawks doctors (who believe the injury isn’t season-threatening) and decided to exercise his right to have a second opinion. Last year, Seattle safety Kam Chancellor played a full season after getting a cortisone shot and some rest for a similar injury, a torn labrum in his hip. That leads the Seahawks to think they’ll escape a season-ending injury for Harvin. I’ve got a little different opinion on this than most. Harvin had trust issues with authority in Minnesota dating back to a poor relationship with head coach Brad Childress. So now the Seahawks can establish that they’re going to be different—they’re going to give their blessing on getting the second opinion, and they’re going to tell Harvin, We want you to have peace of mind about your hip. Opening day is 41 days away, and aside from the fact that Russell Wilson and Harvin need to be building familiarity, there’s not a major issue with a guy who has a history of missing time (10 games in four seasons) getting as healthy as he can in the preseason and feeling confident in his body when September comes. As one Seattle source said to me, “Percy’s a confidence player—he needs to feel good about his condition and himself. This time should give him the best chance to feel right entering the season.” That is, unless a doctor in New York tells Harvin he needs surgery this week. My money’s on rest and treatment—and Harvin to be ready on opening day.

On Von Miller. I’ll be very interested to hear Miller’s defense in challenging a four-game league suspension. The process is ongoing, and should be decided by opening day—in time for Miller to miss games against Flacco and Eli Manning to kick off the season. Miller’s argument could be that he didn’t test positive but simply missed a test. The NFL’s procedure is that a missed test can count as a positive test. Or, as one source with knowledge of the case told me, Miller at least has a chance to beat the rap—partially or in whole—if he can prove he was simply late for the test or has a valid excuse for missing it.

On Jeremy Maclin. What’s most hurtful about Maclin’s being lost for the season with a torn ACL after collapsing at practice Saturday is that Eagles coach Chip Kelly needs the quickness and playmaking Maclin surely would have provided the offense. Now Kelly will have to find it in a far less experienced player like Riley Cooper. This increases the pressure on DeSean Jackson to be a home-run hitter. I remember talking to one NFL GM last fall about Kelly’s strengths. The GM said one of the reasons Kelly would be in such high demand in the NFL is because at Oregon he consistently took players other colleges didn’t want and turned them into high-functioning contributors in a fast-paced offense. I wouldn’t count out the Eagles. I just figure Kelly will use the summer to test two or three guys down the depth chart (Greg Salas, Cooper, Arrelious Benn) and find a way to make plays. I still think who the quarterback is, and how fast the offense can play competently, will be a bigger factor in Philly’s success or failure than the loss of Maclin. As for Maclin, he will enter his free-agency offseason in 2014 rehabbing from ACL surgery.

On Santonio Holmes. The Jets already were in contention to be the team with the worst offensive skill players in the league. Now there’s no indication when, or if, the best one, Holmes, will play. He’s had two foot surgeries in the last nine month, and he still feels pain when he runs. Asked if he was sure he’d play at some point this season, Holmes said, “I can’t answer that question.” Just one more reason not to feel good about the Jets right now.

On Amber Theoharis. You recall from last week’s column (or maybe you don’t) that NFL Network anchor Amber Theoharis had a baby by Caesarian section four hours after going off the air hosting NFL Total Access July 17. Theoharis was in labor during the show. Now for the rest of the story, from Theoharis, via email: “We weren’t expecting her to come while I was still working. I should have known better. My first girl, Dylan Mattea, was 12 weeks premature. I began labor with her in the Chicago White Sox press box while working as a beat reporter for the Orioles in 2010. That time Jim Palmer held my hand, but that’s another story. Back to Kamryn. When I began to feel contractions about an hour before NFL Total Access‘ airtime, I knew I was most likely in labor. What I didn’t know was how quickly she was coming. Here’s where it gets surreal. Never in my life would I believe Willie McGinest and Warren Sapp would be part of my child’s birth story. They were. Willie McGinest was sitting next to me during that break when I knew the contractions were getting stronger. As a father of three, he knew what was up. He just put his hand on my shoulder and asked if I was okay. I nodded yes. Warren was another story. This is why we love Warren. He just kept yelling across the set. ‘She’s going to have that baby!’ To his credit he did predict correctly it was a girl. Needless to say, it’s a funny story. I’m sure I’ll never live it down. I can say, however, if you want to improve your street cred, just host an NFL show in labor.”

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AnnabelLee
AnnabelLee

"In Baltimore’s improbable Super Bowl run last winter, ...".  What was so improbable?  They were SB contenders from the beginning.  As a matter of fact, they are SB contenders every year for most of the last decade.  Sure, they lost a couple of games late in the season.  Bet you would never use "improbable" when referring to your beloved Pats.  And SF is SB favorite this year?  Have you seen them play?  From the looks of their 2 losses so far this year the niners getting into the playoffs is improbable.  Slurp slurp.

Richard Long
Richard Long

Uggg, Ranger IPA?  Oh man, there are so many other good IPAs.  Spend a week in Bend Oregon and you will come to realize what good IPAs are about. 

Richard Long
Richard Long

While I don't usually buy into the non-football stuff, King is so right about airline gates.  I would bet the guy with all of the bags trying to cut in is traveling for his work, which means they will reimburse him for any costs of checking.  He just didn't want the extra hassle of going to get his bag.  Instead, he would prefer to inconvenience other people who bring on one bag for the overhead.  

DWJ08
DWJ08

This site is great. I don't go on the regular SI site anymore, and forget about ESPN. This site has all I need a little bit more. 

ChrisDudding
ChrisDudding

Love the new site.  As one of the stated goals is to allow us to consume sport information in whatever method we choose, can we please bring back the "print" function?  I don't mind if there are ads on each page, but right now printing the new site is a mess...

While we're at it, is there a way to subscribe via Kindle?

mtoews
mtoews

Read the article as always, agreed with some of what you said but not all, as always.  One point keeps getting stuck in my head and I cant get it out.  What does a kid wearing a "You Mad Bro" shirt have to do with Richard Sherman.  Just because Sherman has said a meme doesn't make it something that he owns.

"" 4. I think the star turn of Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman may be just beginning. Not just because of his appearance onthe cover ofSports Illustrated this week (if you haven’t, read the first of a series of guest columns he’s writing for The MMQB). But walking through the terminal at Denver International Airport late Thursday, I saw a young boy with a “YOU MAD BRO?” t-shirt.""

tj90036
tj90036

thanks for adding a PRINT BUTTON!!!!

jimbor2223
jimbor2223

More garbage from Peter King. When will he show some "sack" and call people out.  Everything is roses in his article so he won't piss anyone off in the NFL. Borrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrinnnnng!

GeorgeJ.Day
GeorgeJ.Day

"Tim Tebow caught three passes in the first practice of Patriots training camp. I see him being in the mold of a utility player if he makes the team, active some weeks and inactive others, not playing one set position."

I would like to see Tebow molded into a player like the old Dolphins backup QB, Jim Jensen.  I can hardly remember a game in which Jensen played QB, but he seemed to do a little bit of everything else.  Jensen is one of my all time favorite Miami players because of his willingness and ability to play wherever the coaches needed him.

andrewm47
andrewm47

Hey, normally love your writing, from a writer's point of view, but...

"There’s one of the most nonimpactful seventh overall picks ever."

Really? Even though I am finally ready to admit that "impact" can be used as a verb, and that "impactful" (ugh) is now a word in English, that is unnecessarily ugly. Why not

"There's one of the lowest impact seventh-overall picks ever." 

gary41
gary41

On Harvin:  Labral tears of the hip, based on player's information and MR imaging, which was presumably obtained, either by Harvin or the Seahawks, vary in severity like virtually all injuries.  MR arthrography & arthroscopy are needed to really evaluate how bad the tear is.  Unfortunately if the tear is very bad, open surgery may be needed to effectively suture the pieces back together.  There is a lot of nonsense in the media about how one players cortisone shot was just fine in treatment of one hip problem, so this might be fine for others, often with inadequate imaging and evaluation.  There is also a feeling, based on ignorance among coaches, that players with grit can play through injuries.  It just doesn't work that way.  Playing through injuries results in more damage, which shortens useful athletic lives.  Both Harvin & the Seahawks want to do the right thing.     

RantsNRavens
RantsNRavens

The Dennis Pitta injury is going to present challenges for my Ravens, I'm not denying that at all.  But I will be so happy when the coming season is over and I can come back and tell everyone like King who keeps going on and on about what a bad deal getting rid of Boldin was how once again Ozzie was right to do it.  Young guys on the Ravens are going to step up, and Bolding isn't getting any younger/faster.  I'll always be grateful for how clutch he was in in their second Super Bowl run/win, but nobody was singing his praises during the regular season much, if at all, and the guy is clearly on the downside of a great career.  Good luck to him but not the Whiners; they are reflection of their head coach now, for better or worse.

Loren1
Loren1

So....regarding Anquan Bolden to SF. Is it too obvious to ask, this is one brother feeling a little guilt, and brotherly support to the other...and trying to help him get a SB trophy? No matter how you pitch it as a pragmatic move for Baltimore, there is no way that I can see it advantageous to give up a high impact receiver still with many good years of productivity, for such a low round pick. This is so remarkably skewed toward 49ers favor, that its almost irresponsible of Baltimore.

JPSmall
JPSmall

NO ONE better be actually comparing Jerry Rice and Wes Welker. His avg ypc is more than 6 yards less over his career; that's a lot of dump off stuff. Not to mention, he dropped a ball that probably would have won them a SB, even if it was a bad throw (still hit his hands). 

JPHolwell
JPHolwell

Most overlooked part of the first tweet of the week: a man with the name "O'Brien Schofield." That name makes no sense... O'Brien is a surname, a family name. It literally means: descendant of Brien. 

Sheesh... Names in this country keep getting weirder and weirder.

Maybe more concussions will help... And now back to football.

101philosopha101
101philosopha101

What do you mean no one's talking about? Everyone's talking about Anquan Boldin's huge gain for the 49ers and equally huge loss to the Ravens.  King, you need to retire, man...your writing is more than predictable, you are starting to lie in order to get some coverage.  I'm done reading your stuff.

Mike26
Mike26

So Percy Harvin is hurt (again) and disagreeing with management (again) over the severity/treatment of his injury?  Wow, I'm completely shocked by this turn of events.  Who didn't see this coming?

JKY220
JKY220

Jim Saccamano? Wasn't that Kramer's friend?

shawn p
shawn p

The most overlooked story in training camp continues to be PED use in the NFL. Where is the outrage, or is that reserved for baseball only?

avikingfan44
avikingfan44

For all those bemoaning lack of "Print" feature, I'm assuming it's not an oversight but a choice.  They've got sponsors ponying up big time to support the site and print feature that cuts ads defeats the purpose.  They may lose in the end because this ship sailed long ago, but I suspect it is all calculated.

Theo
Theo

I hope Alex Smith leads the NFL in completions over 20 yards and KC bans this fat, smarmy, beer drinking, non-running, fat bastard from their facility. What a complete turd of a human being. You give SI a bad name Mr. King. Your trite remarks and disgusting political forays make me sick. Your annoying view that we all want to hear how you think things should be astonishes me. Please hire new writers for your stolen from Grantland idea so we don't have to read the same damn article week after week. How did SI give you a new deal? What an awful decision. 

Starstruck
Starstruck

@mtoews I also hope that MMQB doesn't turn into yourfootballnerdness in desperation for article material. Personally, I think Sherman is an example of what is wrong with the NFL today: an emphasis upon the 'I' than cannot be found in 'TEAM'. Apparently there are no leaders in the Seattle lockerroom to reign in a Sound-Bite Seeking Mouth.

jb98311
jb98311

@tj90036 Ditto. That wasn't so hard now, was it? I will now return to reading MMQB. Thank you.

duckfan59
duckfan59

@jimbor2223 Then why bother reading it? I don't understand people who come on here just to say "what a lousy writer; I don't like his column." If you don't like him, don't read him and don't come on here commenting about it so we all have to hear your whining. Don't like Peter King's columns? Simple solution: Don't click on them with that little mousy thing.

Mike26
Mike26

@GeorgeJ.Day That's a good analogy, except that Jensen was all set to be the starting QB and then Miami drafted that weird-looking curly-haired guy and they simply gave him the job for the next 16 years for no reason.....LOL!

It would be a good thing for Tebow but he doesn't sound like he's interested in it.

Folsom49er
Folsom49er

@gary41 Good points Gary,

The Seahawks paid ALOT to get Harvin & if in fact he needs surgery then they have to look at the Big Picture which is beyond this season.

RantsNRavens
RantsNRavens

@Loren1 Let me know at the end of the season if you still feel this way, and if you truly believe Q was worth $6 million.

Saqalicious
Saqalicious

@JPSmall Agreed (for the most part - I still think the throw by Brady was more to blame than Welker dropping the ball). 

In addition to YPC, Rice also destroys Welker in TD's scored. Rice caught quite a few dump offs, but he turned those into long gains, not just 9 yard receptions.

Loren1
Loren1

@101philosopha101 

you're way too harsh...and pointless to be so critical. He means that SI hasn't covered it much, and it is an obviously head scratching trade. But since you're not reading this anymore...I guess you won't see this, right? heh heh. I bet you're still checking?

mystafugee
mystafugee

@101philosopha101 all NFL writing nowadays is predictable.  Ever since the NFL strong-armed ESPN into cancelling Playmakers, all these writers have been towing the company line.  Peter King practically sounded like the owner's PR person during the lockout.  

Mike26
Mike26

@shawn p Maybe because the NFL has been testing forever and baseball has "gotten tough" on PED's starting about 3 months ago.

duckfan59
duckfan59

@Theo Lighten up, Francis.
What, you're butthurt because he pointed out the obvious that Kaepernick is better QB than Smith? He didn't diss KC, just said SF made the right decision....which they did.

Phroggo
Phroggo

@Theo 

The orderlies are on their way, Theo, it's time for your sponge bath.

Loren1
Loren1

@Theo 

I think the rest of us have some conclusions about you, based on your rant. To call people names, because you don't like what a person writes? Dude, you obviously have problems and need anonymity to vent a problem life you live. Digusting political forays? Dude, a light hearted quip occasionally is nice way to remind that we can still laugh sometimes at serious stuff. Well, you yourself admitted it....you're sick indeed.  

Mike26
Mike26

@Theo Why are you here?  It's clear you have no superiority over Mr. King, yet harbor save savagely personal feelings towards his writing = writing that you are in no way required to read.  In the words of the great JoeCabot:  There is something wrong with people like you.

tj90036
tj90036

@jb98311 @tj90036 THEY TOOK IT AWAY!!!!   BRING ME A PRINT BUTTON!!!  BRING ME A PRINT BUTTON!!!!

posmoo
posmoo

@duckfan59 @jimbor2223

I love reading PK  BECAUSE he is the worst sports writer in existence. I enjoy collecting his stunted, incomplete, awkward phrases.

Here's are an example from this weeks episode of clunky cliched drivel:


"But walking through the terminal at Denver International Airport late Thursday, I saw a young boy with a “YOU MAD BRO?” t-shirt."


That's it. That's the complete sentence. it's like he has never taken a writing class in his life. Here's another one:

"Give me the option any day, with as much uncertainty as the Bears have right now." 

could you make this any more awkward if you even wanted to?


mystafugee
mystafugee

@Mike26 @shawn p The NFL tests are a joke, unless you do blood tests, it's too easy to get past.  To this day I'm still genuinely shocked when an NFL player flunks a test.  

Theo
Theo

@Phroggo @Theo @Loren1@Mike26Ah personal attacks instead of examples  . . . the refuge of the stupid liberal/Dem. You and the others above try and call me out but each of you just attack. Not very well either, I might add. Calling me sick? What a bunch of lemmings. Peter King is an obnoxious jerk and this format allows me to post my opinion. You fools attack because it does't agree with yours? I will feel nothing for your empty, meaningless ends. Each one of you and whatever loser brood you claim is a pox on society. Please stop voting. I'm sick? Good one idiots. 

Theo
Theo

@Loren1 @Theo Light hearted quip? Are you delirious? You are the sick one hiding behind anonymity you annoying worm. Please don't vote again you are contributing to the destruction of our country. What a foolish person you are. Peter King is a piece of human waste and should be dropped deep in a hole with you and the rest of your voting ilk. Sick? Imagine if I could be honest . . .

Theo
Theo

@Mike26 @Theo I'm here to call out sheep and make my feeling known. . .why are you here? Go about your business maggot and don't bother me.

DWJ08
DWJ08

@tj90036 @jb98311 Does Ctrl+p not work? It shows pages and pages of MMQB when I press that combo. 

Mike26
Mike26

@Phroggo @Theo Phroggo, in his defense, he's doing pretty well for a 7th grade-level writer....

Theo
Theo

@Mike26 @Theo @Phroggo @Loren1 What you did there? I don't see it . . . what a slurping fool you are. Keep coming and I'll continue to obliterate your foolish life.

Mike26
Mike26

@Theo @Phroggo @Loren1 @Mike26 What you clearly don't understand about football and professional writing is virtually all there is to know about them.

Phroggo
Phroggo

@Theo

I doubt that's a photo of you, Theo, because I find it hard to believe you played with a helmet on.

Mike26
Mike26

@Theo @Saqalicious @Loren1 I guess if you take pride in that type of "speech", go for it.  Most middle-schoolers are right there with you!

Theo
Theo

@Saqalicious @Theo @Loren1 Nope, it makes me a person who exercises his right to free speech. You two aren't too bright huh? 

Saqalicious
Saqalicious

@Theo @Loren1 "Peter King is a piece of human waste ..." yet Theo continues to read and comment on his articles.

Wonder what that makes Theo? A human waste fanboy?

Theo
Theo

@Mike26 @Theo Yet your original post tells me I have something wrong with me for expressing an opinion that differs from yours. Like I said before, your political party is known for attacking when you have no facts so I expect nothing less from you. No name calling kid but probably a better understanding of who you are through your passive aggressive trash than you do over umpteen beers after  day landscraping. Carry on . . . 

Theo
Theo

@Mike26 @Theo Do you mean a cogent point? Wow kid, you have to stop embarrassing yourself over P. King. Go suck someone else's nuts . . . 

Mike26
Mike26

@Theo @Mike26 You ARE 13!  I knew it!  

I'll leave you alone when you make your first salient point in a football post.  I won't hold my breath waiting...

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