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It’s question-sending time again, both for our video mailbag and for the version of the mailbag that I spend Saturday night typing up.

So send in your questions.

But don’t send too many; last week we had a bunch of them.

Then again, I’m not the one who has to screen them.  So send as many questions as you want.

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11 Responses to “Send in your mailbag questions”
  1. brasho says: Nov 17, 2010 10:47 PM

    Florio, when are you going to admit you were dead wrong about the Buccaneers? You said they wouldn’t win 7 games in 3 seasons. They’ll have to go winless in their next 39 games for your prediction to come true.

    You can cry all you want about them having an easy schedule, but it was the same easy schedule they had at the beginning of the season when you made your ridiculous statement. It’s also the same schedule that I saw that contained some gimmes that would enable to the Bucs to win at least 9 games this season. I went as far to guarantee the Bucs wouldn’t lose 10 games this season… well, at least somebody around here knows a little something around here about football… it so happens to be the guy not getting paid for it.

  2. oldbrowndawg says: Nov 18, 2010 1:05 AM

    Mike,

    Do you think Mangini is off the hot seat in Cleveland now that the Browns are looking like a real NFL team again?

  3. mcwest1 says: Nov 18, 2010 4:47 AM

    Going back to the Collie hit in the Colts/Eagles game.

    If Reid had timeouts left and was able to challenge the incomplete pass ruling on the field and the ruling was overturned and ruled a catch and fumble:

    Would have that then changed from Collie being a defenseless player and in turn wipe out the penalty?

  4. mcwest1 says: Nov 18, 2010 4:54 AM

    Teams that have a program available for players to call for a ride home after having a few drinks fall short of achieving their goal.

    Once a player (or anybody) decides to drive to an establishment to have dinner out complemented with drinks, go to a bar, party, etc. they have already made a sober and conscious decision to drive home after having been drinking. If a person can’t make a “good” decision while sober, he sure isn’t going to make a good decision after having a couple of drinks.

    Would it be better if teams offered rides to drinking establishments as well as rides home from drinking establishments?

  5. stevemo says: Nov 18, 2010 5:08 AM

    Yes, brasho, because anyone who’s anyone can accurately pick team’s records before the season begins.

    So what if Florio predicted such? Should he make a posting apologizing to all the butthurt Tampa fans over his inaccurate prediction? Get over it.

  6. jouvernile says: Nov 18, 2010 7:09 AM

    What do the Dolphins do next year at the QB position? There are a couple studs in CFB due to go pro, do you see them using a first rd pick on one or going after a FA and or trade?

  7. artbyshan says: Nov 18, 2010 7:38 AM

    Do you think there will be a NFL strike? Do you think there will be an 18 schedule?

  8. btintampa says: Nov 18, 2010 9:19 AM

    Stevemo and Brasho,

    I think Florio should stick to his guns. If he says the Bucs are a bad team, then they are a bad team, record be damned.

    If he really believes this, and is not just being a provocateur to drive up traffic on this site, then let him show it. Let him bet to shave his hair off, or better yet, let Chris Collinsworth do it, during halftime of the Sunday night game if the Bucs make the playoffs.

    Just think of it, Mike, you will really put us in our place, and keep that gorgeous head of hair in the process!

    Mmmm, last week of the season has Tampa at New Orleans, good option for a flex schedule shift.

  9. cscfriarbob says: Nov 18, 2010 10:25 AM

    btintampa said:

    “Mmmm, last week of the season has Tampa at New Orleans, good option for a flex schedule shift.”

    If either/both teams are still in contention for either the division or a playoff spot, I’d consider that a VERY good guess.

    Then again, there will also be 15 other division games. Somebody else’s division will almost certainly also be on the line, and it doesn’t matter how unfair, the NFC South doesn’t get the “buzz” and “respect” of divisions like the NFC East.

  10. brasho says: Nov 18, 2010 11:20 AM

    stevemo says:
    Nov 18, 2010 5:08 AM
    Yes, brasho, because anyone who’s anyone can accurately pick team’s records before the season begins.

    So what if Florio predicted such? Should he make a posting apologizing to all the butthurt Tampa fans over his inaccurate prediction? Get over it.
    +++++++++++++++++++++

    Considering how stupid he was to make a matter-of-fact statement like he did, to include actual numbers (won’t win 7 in 3 seasons), I won’t get over it. Only a moron would state something like that, especially after the Bucs were clearly a better team (won 2 of last 3 last season) going into the offseason and the fact that their young QB is going to do nothing but get better. Then again, only a moron would defend him.

  11. stevemo says: Nov 18, 2010 12:55 PM

    I stand correct – Florio, you’ve got yourself a few butthurt Tampa fans on your hands! Better watch out, they might end up actually showing up to home games.

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