BenningRoadSkin

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About BenningRoadSkin

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    April 1 1984
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  1. BenningRoadSkin

    Anthony Kennedy announces intention to retire from SCOTUS

    You are giving some people the benefit of a doubt they do not deserve.
  2. BenningRoadSkin

    Anthony Kennedy announces intention to retire from SCOTUS

    "reportedly"? It's not him. The article says as much. It talks about the fraternity he was part of in college. He was also in a secret society called "Clit and Tit."
  3. BenningRoadSkin

    Anthony Kennedy announces intention to retire from SCOTUS

    https://yaledailynews.com/blog/2018/09/20/a-flag-of-underwear-photo-from-kavanaughs-time-shows-dke-hijinks/
  4. BenningRoadSkin

    Could the Best College Football Team Beat the Worst NFL Team?

    The line play is where you will see the biggest mismatches. Marcell Dareus gained 30 lbs from his time at Alabama to his time in the NFL.
  5. BenningRoadSkin

    Anthony Kennedy announces intention to retire from SCOTUS

    Of course he wants it, lol.
  6. BenningRoadSkin

    Could the Best College Football Team Beat the Worst NFL Team?

    and FYI, none of those guys were ever redshirt freshman.
  7. BenningRoadSkin

    Could the Best College Football Team Beat the Worst NFL Team?

    I am reading what you said. You said a college redshirt freshman who became a pro bowler is good enough to make an NFL roster at that age. And looking again, Alabama only has one WR that made an opening day roster. (Julio Jones)
  8. BenningRoadSkin

    Could the Best College Football Team Beat the Worst NFL Team?

    Its very fair because you feel that 2008 Dareus is the same player as 2010 Dareus, who is the same player as 2018 Dareus. That is the entire premise of your post. (Dareus was listed at 308 in 2010. Today he is listed at 330) Also, I need you to explain how Alabama is going to play with three offensive linemen against the Browns? (edit, did a recount: They had five olineman make that team. I missed Barrett Jones who had a cup of coffee at center and Mike Johnson at guard, so they have an Oline that isnt good and has obvious holes)
  9. BenningRoadSkin

    Could the Best College Football Team Beat the Worst NFL Team?

    This version of Marcell Darius was good enough to terrorize NFL offensive lineman? https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/2008/marcel-dareus-14479 If you say so. That's fair. Ok, so Alabama is going to line up with three offensive lineman. Cool.
  10. BenningRoadSkin

    Anthony Kennedy announces intention to retire from SCOTUS

    IDK if you watched the video I posted earlier, but not only did Bush order it, Grasserly demanded it.
  11. BenningRoadSkin

    Could the Best College Football Team Beat the Worst NFL Team?

    So by your reasoning, a college freshman who eventually made the NFL was the finished article as a freshman and good enough to make the league? In fact that is the entire issue with your premise. Julio Jones of 2011 at Alabama is a worse player than Julio Jones of 2013 with the Falcons. Not to mention that 40 (I have now included 2014 players) is still not enough to be a full NFL roster. And only three were offensive linemen.
  12. BenningRoadSkin

    Could the Best College Football Team Beat the Worst NFL Team?

    The talent that made an nfl roster. Three quarterbacks that were starters on FBS teams for instance while Alabama had one starter that made an FBS team. (McCaron became one) I think only 6 players from that team were in NFL rosters in 2011. If you count 2012, it’s 12 players. If you want to add 2013 then you have 23 players who made the NFL. That includes Alabama players who were on rosters but did not play an NFL game. (Six players) The Browns had 47 players who made the NFL.