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  1. Totally plausible ----------- Your score is: 4351 (GRADE: B+) Your Picks: Round 1 Pick 26 (BALT): Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami (Fla.) (B+) Round 2 Pick 6: Arik Armstead, DE, Oregon (B+) Round 2 Pick 23 (ARI): Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan (A) Round 2 Pick 24 (PITT): Arie Kouandjio, OG, Alabama (B+) Round 2 Pick 29 (IND): Denzel Perryman, ILB, Miami (Fla.) ( Round 2 Pick 32 (SEA): Gerod Holliman, FS, Louisville ( Round 3 Pick 5: Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor (B+) Round 3 Pick 19 (K.C.): Josh Shaw, CB, Southern California (A-) Round 3 Pick 21 (CINN): Cedric Ogbuehi, OT, Texas A&M (D+) Round
  2. So boosted after that win. Seeing RVP cry like a little girl made it all that much sweeter. Sturridge might end up with 25+ goals if he carries on. I'm not sure how he'll do with Suarez when he gets back. But that's a good problem to have. So glad were gonna get Sakho and Ilori. Sakho is exactly what this team needed. Skrtel will surely leave in January though. I can't imagine him being 4th choice after all this. But for the first time in a while, I'm very assured about Liverpool's CBs. I like that Moses is a natural winger, but I really wish we could have done better than him. But i
  3. **** Seattle. Anyways, that was pitiful yesterday. But a win is a win. I'm not feeling so hot for this coming Sunday if Toure is out. But who knows, maybe this brings out the best in Wisdom and he evolves into a dominant CB over the course of the game. Hey, anything can happen. That said, nothing would make me more happy than to beat United at home and start the season off 3-0. But forgetting the fact that they are already a good squad, they'll have the added boost of Rooney seemingly staying loyal, plus Moyes seems determined to win the hearts of Liverpool by showing up in Man U color
  4. Mignolet and Toure are really looking good. But then, so did Allen in his first few games with us. It's a long season. I wonder how much better Liverpool would be with Suarez. I like Aspas but he completely disappeared the second half. Hopefully we can get another top notch winger. Hopefully someone with a little more decisiveness than Willian, but at least he screwed over Spurs too.
  5. I hope Toure is ready to step up this weekend. Benteke is only getting better, and he terrorized us last season. We struggle with players like him. Disappointed we didn't get Willian. Even more disappointed he went to Tottenham. Bad enough that we lost our 3rd big money buy, but to them makes it worse. At first I thought it was a sign that Bale was gone for sure, but Bale played more centrally last season when he thrived. Still though, I see him going. I haven't heard a Suarez rumor in days, which can only mean that shenanigans will occur. Its inevitable. If he is still here to Sept 2,
  6. Hipster Wenger is money. I'm honestly surprised he's going for Suarez. He's already at his peak. I always thought if Wenger was gonna buy, it'd be some 17 year old French midfielder who was going to be the next Xavi/Ronaldo. That way he could develop him properly. I never thought he'd want a developed player. Sturridge looked sharp yesterday. Coutinho wasn't quite himself, and still stood out. I can't see him staying past next season. Teams will be lining up to pay the kinds of fees that make Bale's quoted price look like peanuts. He's money, flashy, classy, young, AND brazilian. Literally
  7. Valencia is Ecuadorian and Figueroa is HonduranColombia have James Rodriguez, Juan Zúñiga, Pablo Armero, Jackson Martinez, Freddy Guarin, Cristián Zapata, Luis Muriel, and Juan Quintero looks like a huge talent. it weakens Arsenal, yet somehow selling Suarez after 2 years seems to strengthen Liverpool according to you? Makes no sense buddy. No wonder they're ranked so high. That is some really good talent, especially attacking. In regards to Arsenal, I think they could do better with 55mil than Suarez. After all that money they poured into attack last year with Podolksi, Cazorla
  8. they have a really good side outside of Falcao. If everyone stays healthy, they could make a run next year in the World Cup. maybe you should learn what federation Colombia is in and how FIFA calculates these rankings before you use this as a basis to ask if FIFA are high? Ha. Who else do colombia have that's top notch? Serious question. I think Valencia is Colombian, but that's as much as I can list. Maybe Maynor Figueroa? Hah. They could buy Suarez and Rooney, and they'd probably chock into 3rd and lose the Carling Cup final to Yeovil Town or something. Speaking of R
  9. I think Aspas is more like Suarez, in that he's so high energy. Sturridge is a poacher and a shooter, and the onyl one on our squad like that. His game works really well with Coutinho playing him balls and Henderson running into lanes he creates. Borini and Aspas are more reactionary, which is good but we really need someone who is just going to put the ball in the back of the net. I liked the Costa interest. He's a complete nutter, and he only got 10 league goals, but he scored 20 all together last season. I think we're looking to add one more high-level playmaker with the hopes they'll t
  10. Honestly, I don't care if he goes to Arsenal or any other English club. Just so long as he goes. And quick. 'Go away Luis' indeed. Hail. I don't like the idea of selling to our direct competition. It's too bad City didn't come bidding, cus at least we know where still a bit away from contending with them, and by the time we are, he'll throw a fit there and talk about how Manchester has never liked him or whatever he can cook up. I'd be perfectly fine with him going out, and Costa, Papadapolous, and another striker coming in to replace Suarez. Sturridge is liable to get a knock
  11. God I'm getting tired of Suarez. I don't want to sell him to an English rival, but he can go anywhere else honestly, at this point. I just hope FSG invest the entirety of his fee into the team, plus whatever they were gonna spend on Costa/Micky. I'm beginning to believe in the scouting/Rodgers plan. Allen looks solid when he's healthy, Coutinho looks downright amazing, and Sturridge is evolving into everything he was supposed to be at Chelsea and City. It's obviously early, but Aspas looks like he has an eye for goals, and while we haven't seen much of Alberto, I really like his first touc
  12. Haha glad to hear I fit in. I've always loved the club ever since picking "Merseyside Red" in the old PES games and later realizing it was the fabricated LIverpool squad. Ibe looks extremely intriguing. He's 17 but he's built like he's in his mid-20s. I can see him and Sterling holding down the left wing for the forseeable future. Their is some really good young talent coming through the academy. Kelly and Wisdom look solid in the back. And while he's still ways away, I'd like to see McLaughlin develop into something nice. Their is no reason why England's top LB should be wearing any shade
  13. LMAO! That is my new favourite quote. On Monday when I'm not working off the cell and have more time I need to incorporate that into my sig.Brilliant ha ha. Hail. It's only an apt description. Merseysides b squad should be pleased jus tto be acknowledged, honestly. What about Michael Bradley? Landon Donovan? Clint Dempsey? What about the others who went to European clubs as kids and didnt make it in MLS? (there are a lot) I agree its good to see, but I feel the odds are these wont end up as professionals. The real value may be in what they learn and potentially become coaches
  14. I assume you mean Diego Costa. Not sure how I feel about it honestly. From all accounts, he's a downright ****. Worse than Suarez from some of the accounts. But he's (fairly) young, got called up earlier this year to his national team, and actually scored 20 times last year, but 12 of them came in the domestic cup and Europe. Supposedly there was some interest in Osvaldo as well, who is kind of a hot head himself. Maybe Rodgers is trying to build an attack of assholes. Aspad, Suarez, and whoever they add sure would spice things up agains the Mancs and those Blue fairies from over yonder.
  15. YES. Soldado offically a Spur. Could be their missing link. I wonder what they'd use that money towards if they do cash in on Bale. That's a lot of dough.
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