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  1. I'm still concerned that 20+ people want to shoot @N4L in the face
    3 points
  2. Good to see you Nate Stop hiding that gold
    2 points
  3. Buddy, he literally said that if the person hit the ground wrong. This is 100% possible. You wanna know how we know? Because a former poster on this forum died exactly that way. He was hit once, fell to the ground and hit his head and died. It wasn’t mythical strength that caused it to happen.
    2 points
  4. More power to you for sticking with your guy, but I think the odds are stacked against you in this case. Only time will tell in these situations but I can’t wait to see how it shakes out.
    2 points
  5. Anchorage trades 2022 4th and PFA2 Cuba trades 5.8 @MD4L to confirm. Wouldn’t be a draft if I didn’t trade a future pick.
    2 points
  6. I like what he sees in Mond. Not A I'm fan myself but I get it. He sold my there.
    2 points
  7. I am not allowing myself to get too excited about adding a legit QB in the draft. It is going to make 16 games of Andy Dalton more painful.
    2 points
  8. I’m with you man. Who cares if someone is just reciting a common phrase that’s been used for years and years and is there to indicate the rise in stupidity in situations where a large amount of alcohol is consumed over long periods of time. Let’s waste time arguing that the phrase doesn’t hold up as a perfect encapsulation of every situation. While we’re here, I’d also like to complain about the phrase “you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make them drink”. What if the horse is untamed or has broken legs? That’s assuming a lot on the individual’s ability to properly interact with
    2 points
  9. Wes Welker: 12 seasons, 903 receptions, 9,924 yards, 50 TDs: Postseason: 13 games, 88 receptions, 866 yards, 5 TDs: 5 pro bowls, 2-time 1st team all NFL 45% more yards than Edelman, same 12 year career. Wes Welker, a former Patriot, does not have a chance at HoF, either.
    2 points
  10. I keep hearing this. Same thing we heard in 2018, 2012, and 2006. Every time it was a “historic QB rich class to challenge the famed 83 class” and every time it turned out to be projections from a bunch of QB needy teams. For my money there are 3 QBs I’d take with a first round pick. Lawrence, Wilson, and Fields. If one of them isn’t there don’t reach on a QB being artificially pushed up the boards. And just say no to Lance. QBs with less than 20 college starts simply don’t succeed in the NFL.
    2 points
  11. I mean, if you're in Donald's shoes, what warrants that at 3-4AM? if I'm him, w/ EVERYTHING to lose, I'm not laying a damn hand on anyone. I'm sure he wasn't there alone. Let one of his boys/security do it if it was truly warranted. My assumption of what went down: Dude saw Donald, saw dollar signs, and poked the bear until the bear hit back, and now is crying foul. I'm absolutely a person who waits for the story but Donald, himself, shouldn't ever touch anyone. Let someone in his crew do it lol
    2 points
  12. Generally speaking, I just want to get them over as well
    1 point
  13. I wouldn't rule it out. You gotta go get your very own Matt Schaub when you have the chance. But seriously, I don't think much has changed. We got a little before the pro day with people back tracking, but outside of the regular pro fields crazies, you're not seeing much of a shift from non fans.
    1 point
  14. No. This is what I said- "Yea it's amazing that some of the most talented strikers in the world essentially never deliver an even near fatal blow to their opponents. Yet it's such a viable possibility for an untrained football player?". Taking away that I don't think any injuries occur in fights from that, means you either have exceptionally low reading comprehension or that you're not trying to honestly engage in the discussion. Likely because you're nonsensically triggered over such an obvious point. Saying stuff like "Injuries happen in fights bro" or "Donald can beat people up" is jus
    1 point
  15. Lance >>>>>>>> Jones all day for me. I'm super intrigued by Lance. I get it. I can see it in my head. Not sure I'd move to 3 for him, but I get it.
    1 point
  16. Other than that, the Browns defense was top notch.
    1 point
  17. I get what you’re saying now, and to me Lance is the clear option there as well. I’d take the upside all day, but like you mentioned I would hope we don’t make that trade.
    1 point
  18. Poor Bakhtiari, seems he’s missing that loving feeling.
    1 point
  19. k pick incoming, this one's for @MWil23
    1 point
  20. I was mainly just referring to him getting a larger selection of women, not him trying to run from problems
    1 point
  21. I think, once you draft some of these guys, you should get them the hell out of the SHL and just develop them on NA ice in the AHL. It's almost a wasted year of development IMO. Obviously, similar stuff happens with KHL kids but, still, we know the Russian risk and that's why they don't get drafted as high most of the time. Look at Podkolzin. Clear top 3-4 guy and he fell to 10th.
    1 point
  22. I'm debating the hedge on Lance. He's +450 right now. I think if he gets to +500 to be the pick (which may happen tomorrow) I maaaaaaaaay do it. I don't generally like to hedge. I have Fields +275 right now.
    1 point
  23. Just curious to see if Saleh was there.
    1 point
  24. Sure I read last week that both Fields and Lance planned to incorporate Shanahan concepts into their second pro days. This is actually super fascinating watch them basically audition to be the pick. I'm going to bet on that Mac Jones over 3.5. I'm quite confident that it'll either be Fields or Lance, just not sure which.
    1 point
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  26. Well obviously. You need to have a strong neck to hold up a big brain, which is required to quickly process and read defenses. #science Always thought Takeo Spikes should have been a QB
    1 point
  27. I have to admit, when I first saw the title of this thread, my first thought was that the charges were being made by opposing offensive linemen from last year.
    1 point
  28. Carlos Basham will be a 24 year old rookie, so he likely will be the pick. @Jeremy408 he's actually older than Ferrell.
    1 point
  29. If you haven't played the position at a high level and see the things dirty things teams/players do to try to stop him, you would never understand what he or any NFL players go though. Its kinda disingenuous to even speak on it if you haven't experienced it , or at least have concrete evidence to support your claim
    1 point
  30. ............... the hell warranted this being brought into this thread?
    1 point
  31. I wonder who will play DE opposite Myles the other 12 games this year.
    1 point
  32. If Arnette keeps having concussions, his career won't last. Same thing with Phillips. The history can't and shouldn't be ignored.
    1 point
  33. We didn't take Ferrell to find out if he could play inside. We took him to be an edge player but it's difficult to win consistently without great bend or explosiveness off the edge. Which is why I wouldn't touch Basham at #17.
    1 point
  34. "It happened between 3-4 AM" ...nothing good happens after midnight.
    1 point
  35. Devin Hester absolutely should be in the Hall of Fame. He is the best returner in history, and that opening kickoff return is one of the most memorable Super Bowl plays ever, IMO. Everyone knew it was possible. The Colts knew they had to key in on stopping him, and he did it anyway. It was one of those plays where you can tell your grandchildren "I saw that play happen!"
    1 point
  36. Take away the GSOT ring and Warner probably doesn't get in. His career was weird though, so maybe he does. As for the win-and-in guys....McNair probably. Julius Peppers probably has an easier time if Carolina beat New England. Based on total impact, if Devin Hester and Chicago had won, he might get some consideration. Mushin Muhammed? He could be chalked up twice lol.
    1 point
  37. I guess we will see. Some seem to like the LBs, but I think it's bias because of how terrible they've been for year. I like Kwaitkoski, but he's an average player. Gets a lot of tackles, but doesn't make a lot of plays. Had just 3 tackles for a loss last year for example. Littleton, I hope he rebounds but I think he was a product of the Rams defense. All the scheme, position excuses come up, but to me he should still make some kind of impact. He did nothing. As talented as he's said to be, he couldn't make a single play all season? I find that eye opening. Morrow looked better
    1 point
  38. You'd be stoked with Phillips at 17 who is a hit to the head away from early retirement. But you have a problem with Farley at 17 because of an injured back? Make sense.
    1 point
  39. Guy can’t even complete a screen pass ffs #systemQB
    1 point
  40. A verbal berating and a wake of carnage in your path. Is that too much to ask for? We should probably hold an annual SwAg roast in this place tbh.
    1 point
  41. I mean, I don't think it's an unreasonable assumption, but the line of thinking is based on an assumption, and as I just edited, you'd think that if they were open to trading the pick, they'd want to advertise their love of Bosa right from jump to set the price high. Maybe that is me though. But everything and everyone is open for the right price. If Denver offered #9 plus 22 & 23 first + a third next year would the niners turn it down? I honestly can't say that for sure. With Carolina adding Darnold, maybe it changed the math for the 9ers and I like the chances of Denver's picks bei
    1 point
  42. You either are trolling or not understanding what @bucketheadsdad is saying. What MLB and many others are doing isn't at all about baseball; it's all about politics. And he wisely, imo, is steering clear of the subject.
    1 point
  43. We're going to have to agree to disagree on that. I'm done with baseball. 57 years of being a fan. I'm finished.
    1 point
  44. Alternatively, you could do that with the stock market, have much less risk, and still end up with an extremely healthy return over 15-20 years.
    1 point
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