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wtenn

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  1. Myles Jack or Jaylon Smith

    To me, this is the perfect time to take a gamble on Jack.  It's not like the #33 pick is their only selection in Round 2.
  2. Player Stupidity

    LOL.  I thought you were talking about "Jack" Conklin on first read.
  3. Osweiler is completely unproven and has not flashed anywhere near as much potential as the others, imo.  He is as likely to bust as be an above average quarterback.
  4. I would rather take a flyer on the 400 pound tight end from Baylor than this guy.
  5. Game on, Jimmy Garrapolo.  If he is lights out, it could be up to debate whether Brady, at age 39, gets his job back.
  6. Lynn Swann named to AD post at USC.

    Statistically speaking, he may be the most overrated player ever elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
  7. Something that struck me as odd was that the police officer claimed that he had no knowledge he was ever personally sued in the wrongful death suit.  How does a police officer never become aware that he has been sued for wrongful death?
  8. Per information posted at PFT, this situation is getting more bizarre by the moment.   The shooter had previously sued the City of New Orleans for the wrongful death of his father.  His father had been gunned down by police around the time of Hurricane Katrina.  A settlement was reached for $4 million.  As part of the lawsuit one police officer was personally sued.  The same police officer who was personally sued ate dinner with the Smith's last night prior to the shooting.  It was also revealed that the shooter used to work security for the Saints during the time when Smith played there.  After saying all that, the police maintain that the two men did not know each other.
  9. To me, it seems kind of blasphemous to use the Bible to score political points like they are doing here.  I often have similar thoughts when I see businesses advertise themselves as "Christian owned."
  10. The Walking Dead Thread

    I heard that Norman Reedus has a deal to star in some new show, so perhaps it is going to be Daryl?  Also, all of the sentimentality they were putting into Eugene's departure in the RV made me think he was going to die.  But, yeah, Abraham would seem logical too.
  11. Moving to Coffee County in June

    Chattanooga is fairly close to where you are moving.  It is a beautiful city with lots of interesting places to visit (Tennessee Aquarium, Rock City, Ruby Falls, Points Park (on top of Lookout Mountain), Chattanooga/Chickamauga National Battlefield, downtown riverfront, etc.) Fall Creek Falls State Park is also nearby.  The park features several impressive waterfalls with the park's namesake being the centerpiece.   Lynchburg is also close.  That is where the Jack Daniel's distillery is located.
  12. The Walking Dead Thread

    Surely Darryl didn't get shot at the end?  There was probably a squirrel or some other animal just out of camera range that contributed the blood spatter.
  13. Best of luck to you.  Use some of the harsh comments here as a motivational chip on your shoulder to get the deal done.
  14. The statement may be technically true, but at the same time it is incredibly arrogant to downplay the consensus of the voters in that way.  In this day and time there is an absolute expectation that the candidate with the most delegates will win the nomination.  I mean there hasn't been a brokered convention from either party since 1952.  And I guess the strategy being promoted by Rubio, Cruz, Romney, etc. would count on Trump, after being denied the nomination at the convention, choosing to honor his pledge not to run as an independent candidate?  LOL!    
  15. Now I really think they are drafting a QB.