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NFL wordplay

Postby grodney » Tue Mar 08, 2016 5:07 am

Take a word that is something NFL coaches rarely do, add a hyphen and you get a term that is something quite a few NFL players do, especially this time of year.
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Re: NFL wordplay

Postby Neel Mehta » Tue Mar 08, 2016 5:42 am

grodney wrote:Take a word that is something NFL coaches rarely do, add a hyphen and you get a term that is something quite a few NFL players do, especially this time of year.


Che-at? What does that mean?
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Re: NFL wordplay

Postby Bill » Tue Mar 08, 2016 2:46 pm

grodney wrote:Take a word that is something NFL coaches rarely do, add a hyphen and you get a term that is something quite a few NFL players do, especially this time of year.


Would it be fair to say that both of them, the coach who doesn't and the player who does, make that choice because they want to come back for another season?
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Re: NFL wordplay

Postby rudolpha » Tue Mar 08, 2016 9:05 pm

I get it!

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Re: NFL wordplay

Postby grodney » Wed Mar 09, 2016 6:09 am

Bill wrote:
grodney wrote:Take a word that is something NFL coaches rarely do, add a hyphen and you get a term that is something quite a few NFL players do, especially this time of year.


Would it be fair to say that both of them, the coach who doesn't and the player who does, make that choice because they want to come back for another season?


Yes it would.

So it's clear that rudolpha is correct!
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