DCSaints_fan

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  1. DCSaints_fan

    2019 - 20 Washington Capitals Thread

    If not for Lundqvist that game should have been 7 or 8 to 2.
  2. DCSaints_fan

    2019 Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Nominations

    Edit: Nvm, I misread LSF's post
  3. DCSaints_fan

    The Top 5 ---

    Pacino? Deniro? Denzel Washington? Nicholson? DiCaprio? Edit: Also Anthony Hopkins, Daniel-Day Lewis I like Harrison Ford, but his range was limited. He was always kind of playing himself. Johnny Depp I agree on - he is vastly underrated. Probably because people always think of him as Jack Sparrow and Edward Scissorhands, and they haven't seen Donnie Brasco, Blow, Black Mass etc. A little our of left field, but I might put Gary Oldman in my top 5. His range was insane.
  4. DCSaints_fan

    The Top 5 ---

    Comedies: Wow, tough to pick just five. My first thoughts would be Trading Places Caddyshack Monty Python and the Holy Grail Coming To America Planes, Trains and Automobiles Honorable mention: Real Genius, Ghostbusters, Happy Gimore, 40 Year Old Virgin
  5. DCSaints_fan

    2019 MLB Thread (Trout re-signs with Angels, 12yr, 430m)

    Must be copying Belicheck
  6. Congratulations from an Orioles fan! I would think the Nats would actually want to face the Yankees rather than the Astros, though I hate the Yankees. When you have dominant starting pitching the playoffs like the Nats have had, the other teams lineup doesn't really matter all that much. The Yanks starters are pretty forgettable. The Astros on the other hand have Verlander and Cole. And the Astros lineup is almost as good as the Yanks anyway.
  7. Martinez need to pull Corbin now, pitches are all over the zone
  8. DCSaints_fan

    2019 Game Day Thread

    New Orleans would like to have a word with you. 4-0 without Drew Brees. How good are they going to be when he comes back?
  9. DCSaints_fan

    Redskins vs Dolphins Prediction Thread: Toilet Bowl vol. I

    Go to LA then?
  10. I think alot of DC soured on Harper when he openly rooted for the Knights against the Caps in 2018. You could kind of understand it if the Knights had existed when he was growing up in Las Vegas, but they didn't. They were a first year expansion franchise. But even they had been around for decades, he probably should have just kept on the QT, if he really wanted to be a franchise player for the Nats. DC hadn't sniffed a championship in one of the big four sports in 27 years at that point. You had the whole city pulling for the team, even if they were marginal/or not really hockey fans. But I think at that point, it was obvious he just didnt care.
  11. When they should be talking about Kawhi and George and the Clippers.
  12. Might have been checking to make sure the ump ruled it an out.
  13. Someone needs to make GIF of that premature Dodgers celebration in the 9th.
  14. Dave Roberts might not make it out of the ball park before he gets fired
  15. I predict a pitchers duel. Stras goes 7 giving up one run. I'll say solo shot to Bellinger. Buehler goes 6 also giving up one run high pitch count forces him to retire early. Single run is the result of a double by Zimmerman which drives in Soto from first. In the 8th, Maeda is on the mound. Dodgers hoping to save Jansen for a save opportunity. Nats pull ahead in the 8th on a pinch hit single by Cabrera which drives in Taylor who had stolen a base earlier on the inning. 8th inning ends with the Nats ahead 2-1. In the bottom of the 8th, Nats call Doolittle. Dodgers get runners but Doolittle gets out of a jam. Jansen pitches the 9th, Nats are unable to extend the lead. Bottom of the 9th, Hudson is called and shuts down the heart of the Dodgers order. Elated Hudson is mobbed as the Nats fielders converge on pitchers mound and stream out of the dugout and bullpen. Mostly depressed crowd slowly files out of Dodger stadium. The few Nats fans are shown jumping up and down celebrating.