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Vance "Big Mac" McDonald Thread

please don't call him Big Mac. k, thx bye.
This dude might have the potential to be as close to Bret Jones of this offense in a long time. Lower the shoulder on Sherman, Big Mac
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
This dude might have the potential to be as close to Bret Jones of this offense in a long time. Lower the shoulder on Sherman, Big Mac

More powerful than Brent.
Originally posted by Joecool:
More powerful than Brent.

by far. Poor brent was a punching bag. Dude was always taking huge hits. lol. Bowlegged ass.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
This dude might have the potential to be as close to Bret Jones of this offense in a long time. Lower the shoulder on Sherman, Big Mac

More powerful than Brent.
able to leap tall buildings in a single bound
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by Beezy33:
Can really see us letting VD go come his next contract if he wants big $$$$ and VM takes over that role.

Not that I want this to happen but VM will probably be MUCH cheaper than VD after the 2015 season.

VM isn't the freak of nature that VD is, but we've found a gem for sure.

VD would be 32 or 33 years old by the end of his contract.. which looks to have about 2 million of guaranteed "dead" money in each year of it.

He will probably just retire then and do what he does with his art and painting endeavors.

LOL VD to retire at 32? the guy takes amazing care of his body in the hopes he can follow in Tony G's footsteps and play a long long time. I dont think it would be that hard to resign VD. TE's at the moment dont make top money, and when his contract is up VD seems like the type that if you give him top 5 money he will be happy, dont think he will try to negotiate to be the highest paid TE ever. He seems to acknowledge that being on a good team is better than individual accomplishments.... Him and Brooks are the only things Singletary got right.
[ Edited by 5280High on Aug 27, 2013 at 9:41 AM ]
Originally posted by ChazBoner:

He has already done in two games what Vernon hasn't done his entire career:

  1. Catching and turn straight upfield
  2. Lower his shoulder
  3. Make DB's fear tackling him.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:

He has already done in two games what Vernon hasn't done his entire career:

  1. Catching and turn straight upfield
  2. Lower his shoulder
  3. Make DB's fear tackling him.

I do like that he crushes the second db...
Originally posted by 5280High:
LOL VD to retire at 32?

Pffffhh... we don't know. Vernon has a life outside of football, and he MIGHT just wish to pursue that while still young, healthy, and before declining.

Maybe, maybe not... but you shouldn't laugh at the possibility.
Originally posted by Joecool:
He has already done in two games what Vernon hasn't done his entire career:

  1. Catching and turn straight upfield
  2. Lower his shoulder
  3. Make DB's fear tackling him.

yea, he's coming with a full head of steam. VD runs like he's Deshawn Jackson.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by Joecool:
He has already done in two games what Vernon hasn't done his entire career:

  1. Catching and turn straight upfield
  2. Lower his shoulder
  3. Make DB's fear tackling him.

yea, he's coming with a full head of steam. VD runs like he's Deshawn Jackson.
Dont they have identical 40s

VD>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Alligator arms
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VD's play style and avoiding big contact has allowed him to stay healthy pretty much his whole career though.
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Originally posted by ChazBoner:
please don't call him Big Mac. k, thx bye.

Yes. Please do not him that.

Junk food tight end--no thanks.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:

Nice gif! And what will #21 remember to do next time? Go a little lower. That way Vance can hurdle you easier.