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  2. Trotz/Rierden is something that we are gonna have to get over, as a fan base, like Forsberg/Erat
  3. Honestly its enjoyable to see what they will come up with next. Then I hate myself for it. Its a super conflicting emotional roller coaster. Thats what it is. You can ignore mentions from people. Its why I can never get Jumbos attention anymore.
  4. Hmmm, (looking over the ignore options) I guess there isn't a feature that lets you ignore quotes of someone's posts. I could have sworn there was. Maybe I got mixed up with mentions a while back.
  5. Ya'll tell me a lot of things , did Mueller find your last claim?
  6. Every box is checked. Those quotes still are visible. But, join me. It's glorious (usually).
  7. You can make it so it ignores quotes too, I think. I haven't used that function myself, though I've been tempted to many many times lately.
  8. max21

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    So all these people saying Cersei could make a deal with the NK? That just sounds weird to me since he’s never talked in the show. Is he going to start talking or is it going to be a head nod on whatever agreement they come upon? Sounds awkward to me. Also if he had control over the mountain wouldn’t he have control over Jon snow then in theory also? Since he died and came back
  9. The Consigliere

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Broad jump? That's really odd. What I've read and heard from the people I trust, is that basically, combine isn't as significant with WR's as it is with RB's. Basically as long as your within certain thresholds, you're fine as long as you've got the breakout age and dominator (dominator to a lesser extent, and I agree, I don't like how heavy TD's are in model, as TD's are not a reliably sticky stat). It's RB where the combine really underlines thing. The analytics side of things likes Brown a lot btw, and as I said earlier, Brown has an excuse for his ho-hum breakout age, and Butler does not. Brown went the JUCO route so it was not possible for him to have an early breakout age no matter what he did, and when you add in the fact that he did explode as a JUCO player, and that he did immediately produce for Oklahoma suggests if he had gone to college, he probably would've produced early unless he was held out due to the weight issue. As for later round guys, you'd kinda be surprised. The NFL is still missing on guys a ton that the geeks have figured out. You know who hated Marlon Mack and Aaron Jones in 2017? Tape Guys. You know who loved them? Analytics geeks (and me). I was screaming bloody murder when both were still available on day 3, then we went with the bowling ball, and I just prayed that his freshman year tape was indicative of his talent, rather than his slug like play in junior year (maybe he was hurt?). Alas, we got the slug and the Colts and Pack stole Mack and Jones. Still curious about Brian Hill and McNichols, the latter seems to be a dead prospect, Tampa Bay's incompetent F.O. kicked him to the curb and he couldn't take advantage of interest from Kyle Shanahan. Hill has bounced around but looks the part. He's a guy who could surprise with an opportunity like Michael Turner did years ago. But yeah, there are guys I like for day 3, and I agree, you aren't going to find perfect anything, but there are always guys that are interesting and worth a look. I've been studying insanely heavily since 2015 just due to Dynasty, and these were my day 3 WR's I was interested in: Hits (in Bold) Italics (Made Team) 2015: Crowder Smelter Diggs Bell McBride 2016: Malcolm Mitchell (injury derailed career) Ricardo Louis Bad Mike Thomas Charone Peake 2017: Dede Westbrook Josh Reynolds Josh Malone Robert Davis Isaiah Ford-can't remember if he stuck or not. I think he stuck for at least a season. 2018: Coutee Callaway-loads of potential, hot and cold rookie year with drops & now buried on depth chart Hamilton Watson Lasley Cain-Exploded in preseason/training camp only to tear his ACL. ESB-Showed signs of promise down the stretch. R. James A. Tate (TE Hybrid) T. Quinn Take that for what it's worth, of the guys I listed, the guys I really really loved: Malcolm Mitchel-Looked like a monster hit until the red flags from college came home to roost (major injury history) Josh Reynolds-in spot starts he was studly Antonio Callaway: 1st round grade, 10 cent head. D. Hamilton-Excellent slot guy. K. Coutee: Slot heaven. J. Watson: Player comps are elite WR's, huge markers in terms of production, breakout age and combine. Could blow up under Arians. ESB-1st round grade in the summer of 2017 T. Quinn-Born to be a slot guy. Maybe Josh Malone who I thought and still think, could be a late blooming stud. Word was he was close to passing Ross on the depth chart last year but draft capital derailed that dream. Honestly a great move would be trading up in round 2 if Neal and AJ Brown fall to the bottom of round 1 or into the early 2nd. That would be getting top 15 overall WR talent to me. I like Deebo and Isabella, though Deebo is a really odd prospect, not sure how he'll be used.
  10. He has more of you that usual chasing your tails in circles. All this quoting cheats the usually well working ignore function.
  11. Wildbunny

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    That would require to properly define 'adequately'. If by that you mean perform at SB level, then, obviously none. (Besides Scherff, who's still not resigned...) But if you mean 'in line or above with what our crappy team is' then I'd say Crowder, Breeland and Long could have been viable options, a better effort could have been done with Alfred Morris as well. Someone like Compton is having a nice career outside of here as well though. Reed and Moses were overpaid considering their injuries history. And I'm not even discussing the KC endless debate here... But as I said, that's highly subjective. And prior to 2014 we really did draft like crap.
  12. I know that, I was just being pedantic about the term "interstate".
  13. Nah. I'm sure he attempted at least five times to get a subordinate to do something that would have been completely legal, if he'd done it himself, because Mueller once said something bad about putting ketchup on steak. I believe their fourth version of a story about the Trump Tower meeting, which now consists of "Well, our campaign intentionally attempted to collude with Russia, but them nasty Ruskies wouldn't do it.", too
  14. DWinzit

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Thanks to all of todays WR contributions I am comfortable with my top 3 AJ Brown, Harry, Marquise If they don't go WR until late in the 2nd or the 3rd round, What are the thoughts on Deebo and Isabella playing X?
  15. desertbeagle85

    Starting QB 2019???

    I don't know what the Skins are going to do, but I'm sure what ever they do it will be wrong. Personally trading up would be the worse move. If a QB falls to the Skins or we have a chance to get Rosen that's the route I would go. This team isn't a rookie QB away from winning the Superbowl. I'm sure the Skins will have a chance to draft another QB next year.
  16. The whole point was to make sure there were federal roads for the federal military to get around, we already had highways, interstate or intrastate
  17. Trotz wanted how much more? 3.5 mil? Thats peanuts. How well did NY do before Trotz got there?
  18. If Mueller and his team believed that Trump did not have any corrupt motives and hence they could conclusively say he didn't do anything illegal they explicitly stated that they would have done so. They didn't. Besides, someone would have to be a complete and utter fool to truly believe that Trump did all of the things outlined by the Mueller report to stymie or impede the investigation without any sort of corrupt intent. Like he just kept stumbling into situations where it appeared that he was trying to obstruct justice but it was just a wacky coincidence and misunderstanding.
  19. So I was going to say something snarky about not being able to get from one state to another without traveling on an interstate road (as by definition, interstate means it goes between two or more states), when obviously you meant an interstate highway which is part of the national system. Anyway, as I was looking up info on the interstate system, it tells me they have 3 interstates in Hawaii. Again, I think somebody doesn't know the meaning of the word because there are no roads in Hawaii that go to another state. So they would necessarily be intrastate highways. Nevermind me.
  20. Thinking Skins

    Starting QB 2019???

    I'm more in favor of Rosen than Haskins simply because of what it would cost. I had my hopes on an edge rusher coming from the first especially with Foster not being suspended and our ILB being addressed already through that. I wouldn't mind a Derwin or Sweat but there are some good options to make us a feared defense this year in the first. After that we can address WR, OL, and QB with our 2nd day picks. That's either Rosen or Grier for me.
  21. The Consigliere

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Np, the sense I get is the Alabama effect will lift him into round 1. He's also got some interesting qualities, he's got that PFF stat (nearly 50% of his runs were for TD's or 1st downs), and he's got people raving about contact balance, and if they're right, that was the exact same trait that had people keeping Hunt high up their boards two years ago after his crummy combine. But yeah, Sanders is just the better prospect. The knocks, fumbling (generally not a sticky stat if taken from such a small sample size), and dominator/breakout age (who was going to take Saquon's job from him? No sin in failing to pull a JK Dobbins on Barkley) are not relevant. The positives (all 76th percentile or better combine #'s, including an 83rd percentile agility score and the passing game chops to prove it) are just overwhelming. I don't know how you take a Josh Jacobs ahead of Sanders. Jacobs couldn't beat out Damien Harris, not exactly Saquon Barkley. I don't expect Sanders to be a monster at the next level, just a good starting rb w/passing game chops to disguise play calling decisions and limit roster spots needed for pass catching specialists at RB. We'll see how he does at the next level, but my guess is that he ends up being one of those classic 1250-8 TD's rushing, and 30-50 catches a year, no problem.
  22. ConnSKINS26

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I really don't think Marquise Brown is 166. He looks more solid than that on tape, that's almost Brandon Banks levels of scrawny, and Banks was actually 5'5" and compact (for that weight). Brown isn't that tiny. I think he lost 15+ lbs of good weight recovering from injury/surgery. That would be my guess. He's probably the type of guy who has to work to keep that weight on, but I think he was doing that work, and would do even more in the NFL.
  23. Tonight on Hannity: Special guest, ExtremeSkins tailgate poster TWA, reinforcing everything he heard on Tucker Calrson.
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