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  2. The term be careful what you wish for seems pretty appropriate right now.
  3. Guy dies a heinous death for being black in his own country --> BUILD THE WALL!!!
  4. The Titan one is wearing #8.......
  5. Hot take....... Most likely he'll be bad (like the vast majority of drafted QB's!).
  6. Honestly, IMO everyone should hold their hot takes on Lock being good or bad until after the draft. Save your sanity and breath. It's too close to the deadline for it to matter. Right now, it's all about: "Can this actually happen?"
  7. The outrageous reactions of some people make me want to see it happen.
  8. Surprised the consensus on the board is that people think Hock will be there at 19. I don’t see how he possibly drops past the top ten, let alone a possible Jets trade down to six or making it past 7.
  9. Kiper's Final Mock: 19. Tennessee Titans: Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan Gary is dropping a little bit, but he has all the talent in the world to be an all-pro player. His issue is consistency. Could Mike Vrabel and Dean Pees get the best out of him? McShay's Final Mock: 19. Tennessee Titans: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma Brown could slide a little due to his foot injury, but he is an absolute burner. Opposite Corey Davis, he could pile on big gains all season long. Brown can pluck on the run and dash upfield, making defenders miss along the way. The Ringer's Final Mock: 19. Christian Wilkins (They have a cool format with lots of info on their site https://nfldraft.theringer.com/). Kiper has Lock going #15 to Washington. McShay has him #17 to NYG. The Ringer has him #5 to the Giants. FWIW Cosell seemed convinced NYG wouldn't take Lock.
  10. They play almost identically he just doesn't have the stamina of Casey right now or probably ever, that dude is a flabby freak of nature.
  11. That’s one awkward, gangly looking motherfucker. Oilerman and PK would be best buds
  12. I'd argue the death penalty is often considered as a deterrent for heinous crimes, but it fails miserably as currently implemented.
  13. Lol Paul knows where his bread is buttered ... Again, a great chance it doesn't happen but it's not an afterthought.
  14. He seems similar to Cutler in skill set but seems to have better leadership/interpersonal skills. I've seen a few interviews with him and he presents himself like a top tier QB. I bet he will tell the coaches what plays he likes.
  15. The easy thing will be to talk about how bad those guys' careers have turned out but I can't lie, this clip is funny and I felt the same way that draft night.
  16. Josh Allen looks like a poor man's Cam Newton
  17. Josh Allen will likely never be a reliable passer in the NFL. Even if the Bills keep him relatively clean I doubt you'll ever see him become a surgical QB that wins straight from the pocket and IMO if you don't have that upside, you aren't worth drafting high. You keep Rosen clean and he'll pick teams apart, book it. I remember the dropped passes argument being made for Allen last season he had a career comp % of 56.2 in college (similar to Lock) and then proceeded to follow that up with a rookie year comp % of 52.8%. Accuracy rarely gets better and inaccurate passers in college tend to stay that way or get worse in the NFL. Now I'll be totally fair and point out that the Bills receiving corps raked 8th in dropped passes last season but the Cardinals were worse AND even when adjusting for that (PFF) Allen still ranked dead last in the league. Here's an excerpt from a Bills SBnation article: Allen’s critics often cite inaccuracy as a potentially insurmountable problem. His completion percentage of 52.8% only helps that argument. One area PFF examines is adjusted completion rate, which accounts for things like dropped passes, throwaways, and spiked balls. With these considerations, Allen’s adjusted completion percentage climbs to 64.7%, which is a big jump. Unfortunately, when looking at every quarterback with this lens, Allen is dead last in the league. The NFL average was 75.3%. Choosing Allen as an example was a bad move. Fortunately, I'm fair and think Lock is a better prospect than him.
  18. Except the death penalty is borne of the desire to remove an extreme offender from society to prevent any chance of them repeating their crime. It stems from the belief that the offender is irredeemable, and that their crime is/was heinous enough to broaden the belief they will kill again. Malice is not part of it, there is no spite involved. The definition being: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/malice The object of the DP is not to cause harm or inflict injury/distress, but simply one of removing from the offender from civil society permanently.
  19. Can you sever an artery with a pineapple thorn? Asking for a friend.
  20. Well so far they've all been backups. What would you expect?
  21. The joycons make it a frustrating couch coop thing but it more than sufficient, especially if you have a pro controller as long as the game allows it
  22. Ok, then explain Aaron Rodgers, Big Ben, Drew Brees, Russell Wilson, Dan Marino, Brett Favre, some guy named Brady....to a lesser extent Derek Carr and Jimmy G getting picked after Bortles, Teddy, and Manziel. Mahomes getting to #10. No way he'd go that low now The league gets it wrong plenty of times. Not that Lock will be one of those guys, but its happened before.
  23. Basically Ryan Fitzmagic without the intelligence. No thanks. Yall are getting silly even suggesting it. I get why shitty beat writers would post it, but I expect better from posters on the #1 Message Board.
  24. That OT was sooooo lopsided, I can’t believe that the caps still got the better opportunities in it though but to answer your how I had no horse in the race, an ex of mine is a huge Caps fan so I was ecstatic knowing she’s upset about hockey haha
  25. Who doesn't know better than Ruston? Someone could throw darts at a draft board and do as well as he did.
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