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  1. March for Our Lives

    It's half serious and half trolling. It's pretty apparent what his MO is now anyway.
  2. Is Trump trying to get removed from office?

    And it's obvious the "job of president" requires more work than he expected.
  3. Random guess: probably something like 3 years and 34 million.
  4. Serious q: if Walker has several more good years, is he is a HOF candidate?
  5. March for Our Lives

    It's also very repetitive, right down to the insults of posters and challenging them to fights etc. And really, why would he spend so much time trying to "spread his message" on a Politics forum for a sports team. Makes no real sense if you're trying to get your message out to the masses.
  6. Leighton Vander Esch ILB Boise St.

    I think it is moot anyway. Sounds like Vander Each might go in the top 17 picks.
  7. Leighton Vander Esch ILB Boise St.

    I'd rather take a S than an RB. It sounds like Landry will be gone within the first 24 picks as well. Hurst got cleared and there's another guy who is gone before our pick. Trading down might be an option especially if a team wants to grab a QB near the bottom half of Rd 1.
  8. Leighton Vander Esch ILB Boise St.

    Didn't Wyatt also say they weren't likely to trade up as well?
  9. Speaking of Allen, the QBASE Ratings came out the other day and Allen's writeup was hilarious: Josh Allen, Wyoming Cowboys Scouts Inc. ranking: No. 7 Projecting Allen Mean Projection in Years 3-5:-83 DYAR Bust (62.7% Adequate Starter (500-1499 DYAR)20.7% Upper Tier (1500-2500 DYAR)11.5% Elite (>2500 DYAR)5.2% Like Darnold, Allen was only a two-year starter in college. But Allen's statistics are horrifying compared to Darnold's. Allen has an obscenely powerful arm, but it's a howitzer without a targeting system. He completed just 56.3 percent of his passes last year. Here is the list of quarterbacks chosen in the top 100 picks since 2005 despite having a completion rate below 58 percent in their final college season: Andrew Walter (2005), Jake Locker (2011), Christian Hackenberg (2016), Connor Cook (2016) and C.J. Beathard (2017). That's it. Last year, Wyoming finished 119th in passing S&P+, out of 130 teams in FBS. That will be the lowest rank ever for a quarterback chosen in the top 100 picks of the NFL draft. Yes, I know, Allen wasn't playing with a bunch of NFL-bound talent around him. He also wasn't facing a lot of NFL-bound talent on defense. The average opponent faced by Wyoming ranked just 83.5 in pass defense S&P+. Allen's performance against top opponents was brutal. He threw two interceptions and zero touchdowns against Iowa, with just 4.35 yards per attempt. He completed just 9 of 24 passes with 64 yards and a pick against Oregon. He completed 44 percent of passes with two picks and only 131 yards against Boise State. Since 1997, there have been 27 quarterbacks chosen in the top 100 with QBASE ratings below zero. The best of these quarterbacks was either Josh McCown or Brian Griese. It's a terrible group of quarterback busts. Negative-QBASE passers chosen in the first round include Mark Sanchez, Josh Freeman, Kyle Boller, Rex Grossman, J.P. Losman and Patrick Ramsey. Allen supporters talk about how his 2016 season was much better than his 2017 season, and it was. In 2016, Wyoming finished 52nd in passing S&P+. Allen still couldn't complete more than 56.0 percent of his passes. If we pretend Allen's 2017 season never happened, then Allen has a QBASE of 161, still the worst of this year's top prospects.
  10. He must be if he managed to read all that wall of text.
  11. He's probably trying to leverage us (since we have the most cap room) for more money. I can't imagine he wants to spend the next few years getting destroyed by the Pats again.
  12. Think Tux is better at it because he spends less time at it.
  13. Well it's official

    Only the brain dead chumps believed a wall was being built.