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  1. He may end up being a good NFL TE but the kid is going to go from lining up against Division 2 LBs to NFL LBs. That's a pretty big leap. This guy screams project. JRob said he doesn't like projects last year.
  2. Might want to consult with a medical specialist.
  3. I haven't gone crazy nearly as much as you might think. I have no interest in the personal sniping or replying to Tux-style stupidity. Only when there is some angle to an argument that no one else has posted. Of course, if the administration ever does anything of substance (healthcare, tax reform, etc) I will hate not being able to debate it.
  4. I actually have a client still using Lotus 123. I had to get it working in Windows 8. It really did not want to... I also have a doctor who runs RBase on Win98. He can't upgrade because one of his old 5.25 inch floppies is corrupt. Yeah... not kidding...
  5. Hey, I've been damned good at avoiding the political arguments! 3 months down, almost 9 months to go...
  6. Based on the article it's more likely an accident than intentional nuclear testing. But it's a bit scary that no one really knows the source. And all that old soviet nuclear material they mention just falling apart is kind of horrifying.
  7. There have been rumblings regarding some sort of nuclear incident—or possibly incidents—in the Arctic over the last month. Multiple reports, some of them from official monitoring organizations, have reported iodine 131—a radioactive isotope often associated with nuclear fission—has been detected via air sampling stations throughout the region. ... After weeks without answers, the story seemed to pass as a peculiarity, not nearly an unprecedented one at that, until Friday when the US dispatched its WC-135 Constant Phoenix atmospheric testing aircraft to Europe without explanation. The highly unique aircraft are specifically designed to respond to nuclear incidents—especially those that include the detonation of nuclear warheads.
  8. Agreed. If you think a QB is worth a top 5 pick then you don't mess around. You just take him. Otherwise some other team can easily snag him.
  9. They aren't going to find a superstar CB in free agency. The good news is that there are plenty of good ones and they will all be upgrades over what we had. The bad news is that we will overpay to get one, but that's free agency for you.
  10. Someone who trades up to #5...
  11. Thomas' contract is pretty big and has a bonus coming up within the next month. If he doesn't agree to a pay cut prior to the trade no one may want him. But someone will sign him as a free agent if he doesn't get traded. They just don't want his contract. Imagine the Pats pairing him up with Gronk...
  12. Most people just aren't that creative... When new phrases are good they inherently make it to meme status and people just jump on board and use them to death. The bad ones die out quickly. There doesn't seem to be much middle ground.
  13. That's the way it's supposed to work (potential technical glitches aside)
  14. Swapping underperforming players to fill holes at need positions. It's unusual but it's not a terrible strategy. Better to swap a player straight up than losing losing him for nothing.
  15. Package deal along with Johnny Football and Greg Hardy...