Bucfan56

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  1. You can’t tell me him getting pretty much exactly $100 million more with one less year wasn’t at least in some ways calculated. It feels like they waited for the big name free agents to sign and set that market, and wanted to really make a point with how much Trout’s deal surpassed those.
  2. You know who this is an even bigger FU to? Scott Boras. Trout just got a full $100 million more than his client did in the same amount of years. That’s gotta piss him off to the fullest extent.
  3. Good lord. Probably a smart move though. I remember when whole teams teams were selling for a lot less than that. My goodness.
  4. Lol, the Titans definitely don’t have a franchise QB that “sets them for the future”. If anything, I kind of expect Tannehill to end up being the starter pretty early considering Mariota’s injury history. Actually, Tannehill and Mariota are relatively comparable quarterbacks. They both have some great intangibles and both had high hopes placed on them early on, but neither one has really been able to fully put it together and utilize the talent they have. To be honest with you, I’d probably go with Tannehill if I had to chose between the two of them. I wouldn’t really expect much from either, though.
  5. Almost all of these are great. That Fresno look is probably my favorite, but that Hillsboro hat is probably going to be a purchase for me. That’s a great design.
  6. All this Cincinnati MLS talk is making me sad
  7. It’s actually sort of surprising that St. Louis doesn’t already have an MLS team. That seems like a city early MLS would’ve taken a pretty good look at. I guess with the NFL move momentum already working, that may have quelled that idea. But they can wait. It’s someone else’s turn right now. MLS can give it another summer or two before they’re stuck playing games in that brutal humid mess.
  8. No, St. Louis has had a remarkably strong soccer culture dating back to at least WWII. My dad graduated From St. Louis University in the mid 50s and they were known for the strength of their soccer program even back then. Might be hard to tell today (I haven’t been in more than 20 years so I’m not sure), but St. Louis was somewhat of an immigration hub in the early 1900s.
  9. This is the best the RiverCats have ever looked, and it was worn for just about every significant moment in their history. Just go back to this and call it a day.
  10. Good God. What a mess. I do like, and already own, that new road cap, though. The bridge pullover is fine as well I guess. They can ditch the rest, though.
  11. It absolutely is. Comes with the territory at this point, though. You you know I can’t be objective on this part
  12. The USL is definitely the more fun league when it comes to kits and branding. MLS is very professional and buttoned up, which is fine. But I rather like some of the wackyness in the USL. It reminds me of the early days of MLS.