Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by tricktak, Mar 9, 2012.
option for the Patriots?
Not much of a receiver with 3.8 YPC rushing, who is somewhat injury prone and expects $5 million for a reduced workload, with an attitude? Pass.
"Tom, it's Bill."
Brandon Jacobs in his prime couldn't be counted on to play more than 11 or 12 games in a season, even though he's always split time with other backs. If you're going to pay for Jacobs, I'd MUCH rather just resign BJGE.
For one of the biggest halfbacks in the league, he is the easiest to take down. NO THANK YOU!!!
If we cant resign the Lawfirm, I say we try to get michael bush
Brandon Jacobs at his new job:
"Will that be paper or plastic, ma'am?"
NO F*^%ING WAY!
He's a childish thug who is also a declining 1 trick pony and doesnt deserve to be within a 100 miles of Gilette.
OR "would you like fries with that?" "You can upgrade to supersize for only 40 cents"
I'm not sure he could even handle that.
He is the perfect Jet. He is a loudmouthed, underachiever. Bart Scott of the offense. I don't think Jacobs will tell Rex to shut up fat boy when he calls with a contract offer.
Jacobs has played fewer than 13 games a season just once in his NFL career, and has missed 12 games, total, in his 7 year career.
Almost totally off- topic, but why are so many nfl players named Brandon or does it just seem that way?
Fastfood chains and grocery stores ain't good enough for Jacobs. Try... Street Pharmacist!
If he's lucky, he'll join the Ravens or Raiders, where morons like himself play ball.
To be fair, he was a good player back in his heyday and I thought he looked decent in the Super Bowl. But too big of a mouth and most likely wanting too much money. He'll be a Jet by the end of next week.
Tip toe Bandit
HAHAHAHAHAHA! Serves that lil f***er right.
I will..pass on him....he just runs....straight ahead...if he could receive ..that would be different ....
If he's willing to play for a low salary and in a limited role, he's worth a shot.
Maybe Giselle can give him a job.
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