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  1. 27 points
    Quinton DumbBar Quinton BehindBars San Quentin Dunbar
  2. 26 points
    Rivera making smart character moves already. Keep changing the culture, Ron.
  3. 25 points
    If the third party is Trent Williams, I'm going to start getting my investment advice from Ron Rivera.
  4. 22 points
    Couldn't have said it better myself. ~Bang
  5. 21 points
    Trump hands down. At the end of the day, football is just a game. As bad as Allen is for the team, Trump is ruining the whole world.
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    Says the man named after his wife's vibrator.
  8. 18 points
    Hmmmm guess it was premature to hand out grades....huh....
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  10. 17 points
    Someone on Seahawks.net asked if they could sue Washington for fraud lmao
  11. 17 points
    I guess you could say we dodged a bullet.
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  13. 16 points
    My mom was actually speaking non-nonsense last week. Everything she said was stuff I hear & read...which is MSNBC & visionary. Now, I know she knows nothing of either of my sources...so that means what she DOES know is that trump is talkin' . News from Chewy: his FIL pulled through! He's off the ventilator and has been transferred to a different hospital. Talking is still difficult, and he'll probably need oxygen forever, but good vibes were felt, prayers were answered, and I truly believe we all kinda witnessed a miracle. Hopefully a bright spot in the day for folks not having the best time of it right now...hang in there.
  14. 16 points
    Thanks y'all I appreciate it. We are all in this together and it's important we keep that feeling of connection alive and realize we need to share in our care and responsibility for each other. There are so many others like me and many more who are in even worse situations and it breaks my soul to think of the agony and fear they're dealing with. Then I think about the people who take their health for granted, blindly kicking down the sandcastles of frail health these others are trying to protect and I am filled with so much rage. I've worked so ****ing hard trying to climb out of the hell my body has become only to find a new hell to deal with in the threat of this virus. But, at the same time I feel blessed, because there are people dealing with both hells and many other different flavors as well, who don't have the shelter and support I do. I can't wait to be healthy enough to help those people and to make sure no one ever again feels the types of things I've had to feel.
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  17. 15 points
    Yet you're still a Redskins fan...
  18. 15 points
    This dude rolls into a 2,106 page thread and is so overcome with what he sees he immediately quotes a post on page 1 from 4 years ago in his never-ending effort to show the libs what conservative superiority looks like And he doesn't even make it worthwhile, it's Obama/Muslim hurr durr. What a waste.
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  21. 13 points
    Apparently a major addition by subtraction in regards to culture and locker room guys. Thank goodness we traded him for a pick.
  22. 13 points
    OMG, y'all. We were so busy today. Definitely got my steps in, for sure. When I was told we were doing well, it was not a joke. 14k yesterday. There are 7 people on tonight in the front of the house, dining room is still closed. We are blessed/extremely fortunate.
  23. 13 points
    My take is that the father and son deserve the death penalty.
  24. 13 points
    You can believe whatever you want. I saw on-field performances that I think matched what he was saying. Everyone that saw the Bills game could see how he just tried to take it step by step, focusing on making fewer mistakes by keeping it simple. I mean this guy is basically saying he was overwhelmed. Not only by the on-field stuff but also by the talk around him. He got away with stuff in college that he couldn't in the NFL. That he tried to overcompensate and then decided to take two steps back to make one forward. Even if the draft party thing was true, I mean he is a 20 year old star QB coming out of college. He did not face a lot of (on-field) adversity ever. He obviously thought he was further in his development than he actually was. Admitting it and going back to start working on your biggest problems by asking your veteran QBs for advice - and we heard from multiple sources how much Alex Smith helped him - why is this so hard to believe? Especially when you also saw some on-field growth on a week by week basis. No one knows for sure how his on-field performance will look like this season but that he had a humbling experience and that he changed his working habits because of it...I don't see how you cannot believe that.
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