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Once again I am proud to bring you this week's edition of dumbass. This time around we are confronted with yet another mindless fan with absolutely no clue. Check this one out.

I pulled this from an ESPN board earlier today.

First the "Berkshire Bull" says:

Now is the time to trade Greg Jennings

"This guy is nowhere as good as he looks on paper.  He drops a ton of passes and doesn't block downfield.  That said, I think now may be the perfect time to unload him for a TON of draft picks and/or a stud O-lineman.  Wide receivers are a dime a dozen and we've got guys that can step up.  Driver, Jones, and Nelson make a pretty decent WR corps.  Lets sell high!

Potential trade partners include:  San Francisco, Baltimore, and Oakland.


Now if this isn't pathetic enough check out the latest follow-up comment:

"Good post berk.  I think a deal could have been done but it's too late now.  We'll have to wait for the off season.  I think we can get 2 good picks for him.  They need to make this happen."

God - where do they find these guys?

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IronMan's picture

Holy crap.

Alex Tallitsch's picture

Thats what I said.

sermonator's picture

Yeah, if Harlan would get off his lazy (retired!) ass, we could've gotten this deal done.

longtimefan's picture

that guy has been an idiot for ever on ESPN

He will post stuff like that JUST to get a rise out of people.

I think the guy that post under him is his alter ego name on there as well

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