Koolblue13

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About Koolblue13

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    I'd also be curious to find out if folks around here are more inclined to use old lady soft bottom paper like a cottenel or northwestern, or a real business taking care of type, like a scottie. ME: Folder, Over, Back to front, Scottie. Good to know
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  1. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Exactly. You gotta be smart like the redskins and hedge your bet and take one a few rounds later. That way you're guaranteed not to **** up a long term solution.
  2. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Last couple years there was a guy doing some really great youtube breakdowns of players. Anyone know who I'm talking about? I haven't seen them.
  3. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Hell yeah. What a great pick we can get. Edmunds if coachable can be our next Lavar, Smith our Lee or Fitz our Thomas or Reed. I haven't paid enough attention to James, because of his position.
  4. Josh Doctson the new 50/50?

    I really hope he can explode this year. Having a better QB who gives a **** will make a difference. We are anywhere from not having a starter at WR to having a dynamic group. Who knows.
  5. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Especially when said FA will obviously still be available after the draft and we still have the post draft cuts coming.
  6. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Allen and Iaon together was dominant. I doubt they're thinking its enough. Lanier isn't a starter. I think the know what having a third solid impact starter instead of Hood would do.
  7. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Think about some of the better run attacking SSs and then think about who had their back. Seattle had a small line and small LBers and Chancellor was free to attack the los. Why? Thomas. Polumalu? Clark. Anyone in front of Reed. I agree with you that we need a talent in the middle of our line. Absolutely yes, but they don't play in a vacuum and a legit FS allows 10 other guys to attack down hill more aggressively.
  8. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    I'm still hopeful to get both the Bama boys.
  9. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    VV is going to be a great player. The talk about him being lazy is concerning and if I view both as equal, I'm going with the one who's the better teammate.
  10. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Payne is an all down player, not just a space eater on run plays. Stats aren't the be all end all and I think a player who proudly does all of those types of plays and sacrifices his own stats for his teammates is a major plus.
  11. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    It appears his job was to have 2 less Olinemen blocking on the play and that's what happened on both plays. You do know that different players have different responsibilities on different plays and it's not "everybody get um" on every play, right? It's also something Alabama is know to do with a lot of discipline. It's what makes players from that defense so attractive. Maybe he is garbage like you are seeming to imply and most scouts are all wrong, but I disagree.
  12. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Those first two clips it's pretty obvious Paynes job was to take 2 linemen out of the play to allow teammates to swarm in and both plays went for nothing.
  13. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Yeah my top choice is hands down Fitz, but Payne is a close second. 3 down nose who's a student of the game and can immediately help our run D? Absolutely. I'd be much happier to drop back a bit and pick up a 3rd to go with him, but I think Payne is a solid choice.
  14. 2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Watching Paynes highlight films are boring as **** and I love them. If there was a stat for RB gains of a yard or two, he would lead everyone. He may not get into the backfield very much, but he never leaves the middle of the line, no matter how many guys try and move him and he's very good at getting off those blocks and making the tackle. He just lives there and backs don't get past him. The best part is that's his floor. No idea where his ceiling is.