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  2. Momma There Goes That Man

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    Baby sam is at least 2.5 - 3 years old here. He was born in season 3 and the war of the five kings lasted at least 2 years, that doesn’t start until the end of season 1. It’s been between 5-7 years during this show. Jon’s gone from 17 to about 23. Sansa from 13 to 19. Arya from 11 to around 17. Dany went from around 18 to 24.
  3. volsmet

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Jon Gruden knew Haskins from his Hs days, I’m fairly certain he was in Knoxville when Haskins made a visit to Tennessee, Jon’s all Vol, his lady was a Vol cheerleader, the best of humanity. Imo, Haskins stinks. But, I like romantic comedies & Sarah Mclachlan, so who knows.
  4. Setting aside the embellishment call was bs, we were playing way better 4 on 4 than on the PP so it's probably for the best.
  5. Boys need to find another gear..
  6. ya but he fell in the direction he was being held/pulled... so not really embellished.. seems like our only zone time was on a PP. is it just me or does it look like our forwards are playing back a little bit? we finally get zone time and we have 1 guy down on the puck and everyone else hanging out on the blue line
  7. PokerPacker

    2019 ES GMs Mock Draft - Final!

    I went on record before the draft that I had not, in fact, done my homework.
  8. I guess the fact that he fell? I feel like that kind of penalty would make international soccer more watchable.
  9. Tom Brady plays hockey now.
  10. Damn two primo chances there. Just not quite getting enough stick on the puck.
  11. RichmondRedskin88

    2018 - 19 Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals Thread

    Ok it’s other penalty or embellishment. Can’t be both. You other committed a penalty or you didn’t.
  12. Someone help me out, where was the "embellishment?"
  13. COWBOY-KILLA-

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2019-nfl-draft-smokescreens-vs-reality-josh-rosens-landing-spot-and-more-insider-notes/ La Canfora on Haskins and Lock : I also find myself going back to the combine when it comes to Dwayne Haskins. At that time he was viewed, on pure evaluations, as the top quarterback available and a future potential star pocket passer whose production at Ohio State as a one-year starter was off the charts. And for all of the chatter in recent weeks about his potential spiral down draft boards or perhaps a free-fall come this Thursday, I'm not buying it. You can't convince me he doesn't appeal quite strongly to the Giants with that sixth-overall pick, and I have been reporting since the combine about the Skins' love of this prospect. Dan Snyder has known of Haskins since the QB's high school days, and I continue to hear that a move up to third overall with the Jets is hardly out of the question. Sure, maybe there is some scenario where Haskins is there at pick 15, but the Jets are highly motivated sellers – they could still land a promising pass rusher in the middle of the first round – and the Skins going into the season with Case Keenum and Colt McCoy as the options at QB seems ludicrous. No team has a more glaring need at the most important position in football, and they've traded future draft capital plenty of times in the past. I see Haskins in Washington, one way or the other. Which leaves us with Drew Lock. I've gone back and forth about whether he goes in the first round or not. But after talking to several evaluators who have no QB skin in the game, I am convinced he will go Thursday night. And my suspicion is it's via trade late in the night. John Elway loves this model of QB and he has done this sort of trade before – just a few years back in his ill-fated foray after Paxton Lynch – so I am going to stick with my follow-the-obvious equation on this one, as well. There are no shortage of motivated sellers in the back end of the first round, and perhaps a team without an overt QB need makes the move, but either way I don't think Lock makes it to Friday. Sorry didn’t realize u posted in the qb thread. @Skinsinparadise I’ll just leave it.,
  14. I love the slo-mo replays on hockey, still have no idea what the hell is going on.
  15. CaptainJames2004

    2018 - 19 Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals Thread

    I hate when the barn doors straight up open for their forwards right in front of Holtby.
  16. Its like there's butter on our sticks
  17. Jesus Christ that was awful. We look better playing 5 on 5, and that isn't saying much this period.
  18. RichmondRedskin88

    2018 - 19 Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals Thread

    We couldn’t control a puck if we had stick um on the stick
  19. We're looking sloppy out there. Terrible PP.
  20. PokerPacker

    Xbox One Vs Ps4

    The majesty that is Christopher Bowes and his True Scottish Pirate Metal band Alestorm. Saw them perform last year at the Baltimore Sound Stage and they closed with that song. Everyone there sang the chorus. And probably most of us were loaded up on rum.
  21. Our passing and puckhandling is horrendous this period. Its like an entire team of Samaje Perines out there.
  22. Score here and play some dang defense
  23. volsmet

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Trashing a guy I like is humbling, it means you looked .. and if you ask what I see, that’s humbling as well, & it’s the quickest way to navigate a discussion. You’re probably better than this than I am, I enjoy your thoughts so much because I know you invest the time in your evaluations & you see a million things that make me go watch someone more closely, like Jenkins, who I liked during the sr bowl, but had been underestimating... 34 inch arms, dominant in the SEC, good athlete, 2nd round guy who can probably play guard... Butler, I didn’t think much of, but I have him in the top 20 now because of your evaluation of him & what it opened my eyes to. Agreeing isn’t better than disagreeing, imo, honest opinions are all that matter. I wish we could find a way to get a big board for this group, someone brighter than I could sort out a fairly simple way I’m certain. Above you see him snatch & jerk Hock like it was nothing, Hock was stumbling around like he was on skates. This rep is v an incredibly athletic, 6-5, 326lb tackle, he beats him to the edge but he doesn’t have the refined bend to finish that win, but he shows a counter that just annihilates young Oli. If he had a bit more burst & bend I think he could flatten out around him, but he smokes the arms & back hands the huge tackle like it’s nothing. Here he tries to get under the tackle, you can see the ability for him to bend & explode though he doesn’t finish it, his feet aren’t settled here but the improvement you see in him from his college tape to the sr bowl is exciting to me, he took to coaching well here, which has been a question about him sine he was a Hs wr getting in trouble every week. That’s an issue.. as a court date looms. His best in 1 v 1s is what he shows here, the ability to get a tackle to stall, he sets up tackles like a wr sets up a slant ... & he does it well. He abuses Fant, shows discipline then treats him like a rag doll when the play comes his way. He seemed to only want to play on the larger stage, v Iowa is an example, as was the sr bowl. This is impressive athleticism from 6-5 260 He is quick enough to get outside & the feet allow him a very nature & impressive inside move I thought he & Collier were very impressive v an unbelievable Oline group the Sr bowl put together. He exploded to me, I expected him to be garbage, & in many games he was, I have to wonder why he didn’t dominate routinely, but his ability to impact games is clear to me; I like him as a late round target, but he won’t get drafted at all due to off the field issues. ***I don’t think you can hedge non a guy like Butler, either the NFL will take away what he can do or not, he’s a bum or he’s elite, imo.
  24. stevemcqueen1

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I hadn't heard about him until last night when I was watching WInovich. I see what they like in him. He was a revelation for me. But I think PFF get's too wrapped up in the cleverness of their grading system and they lose some perspective on the limits of the scope of their system a little more often than I'd like. Long's coverage performances are really strong, but a college player who is exceptionally good at press man coverage, and - who gets to spend all of his snaps doing it, - who plays with a loaded front, - with much softer secondary play from the slot and on the other side of his backfield, - and in a conference without great quarterbacking Is not going to get thrown at very often. His opponents almost always chose the path of lesser resistance. But it doesn't necessarily mean Long's elite performance in press man will fully translate to the NFL, because you're not drafting all of those contingencies too when you're drafting him. 60 targets in two years is nothing. He'll see that as a rookie in the NFL if he is a regular rotation player. And he's also going to be tested by much more physical X receivers. And he's also going to get targeted more in the run game. Ultimately, I think he's legit and that he'll thrive anyway because his coverage instincts are superb and he stays absolutely locked in all game, plus he's got the physical talent to hold up at the next level. But I think things will be much more rough for him.
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