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  1. I saw that. It was on Netflix a while back. A Separation is a great Iranian film that presents more of an urban, middle class look at Iranian life.
  2. It's nuts. My Robinhood portfolio is up 14.64% in the last month. The country is damn near falling apart, but the stock market is smiling.
  3. Agreed. There are probably Titans fans who don't even know who he is, but Long did really well in filling in unexpectedly for Jayon, especially against KC. Most teams depending on a 6th round rookie to start at LB against Mahomes would have been toast.
  4. Offense: Corey Injuries have held him back so much. From the pre-draft ankle injury, then the hamstring injury his rookie season... Then a relatively healthy sophomore season of almost 900 yards with a QB about to lose his job. Then a hip injury and turf toe this past year while trying to acclimate to a new QB, combined with AJ breaking out. He's had a terrible run of luck. If he stays healthy, I think he gets 1,000 this season. More importantly, he needs a big catch in a big moment. I think he gets that. But if he gets injured again, he's toast. Defense: Simmons Last year, he was a rookie who started mid-season and had missed most off-season, pre-season, and early season activities. Give him a full off-season and a full season, and he's going to be a household name by the end of 2020.
  5. I knew they wouldn't top the list of anything, but I would have thought that at some point in their history, someone would have outreceived Kenny Britt.
  6. Without thinking, I would not have thought the Bears would be last on this list.
  7. Incorrect. The answer to the question is: we passed on every down.
  8. What did we do in that very same game on our last drive when we were down?
  9. Henry had 16 carries in the first half, which ended 21-17. Had 3 more carries in our first offensive series while still 21-17. KC scores on the next drive and Henry gets no more carries the rest of the game. Edit: Oh, you're talking about our first game with them... When we were down by 2 with 15 minutes left. And we did give it to our best offensive weapon since we had time. That's totally different, and there's a reason you picked some random game in the middle of the season.
  10. Because you run the ball more when you are milking the clock, and you pass the ball more when you are down.
  11. Suggesting we don't give the ball to Henry is asinine. Henry led the NFL in both rushing attempts and rushing yards. Tannehill hardly even passed the ball in the playoffs. His rushing totals are less in his first couple of years for several reasons. Henry grew into the starting role and since he did, we have fed him more than any other NFL team has fed their running back. Arguing whether we should do it more or not is a different argument. But to argue we aren't giving him the ball is crazy.
  12. But I'm pretty sure that was also the counterpoint: we are giving him the ball. We just didn't when he was a rookie behind DeMarco Murray. Henry averaged 21.4 carries per game, if you include the playoffs. That's totally fine. If we up that by any significant margin, we start taking years off his career.
  13. Agreed with "it was for Jimi." It's there with Jeff Buckley and Hallelujah (and curses for that song being hijacked as the go-to for teen reality show vocal competitions), Whitney Houston and I Will Always Love You, and Aretha and RESPECT. But I'll be honest. I don't get the love for Cash's version of Hurt. I get the video being so highly regarded - I mean, it is absolutely gut wrenching. But not the song. Ok, now, crucify me.
  14. What's crazy is that a lot of people thought he would be moved to LB in college. Rivals.com and 247 had him listed as an ATH instead of RB. https://247sports.com/Article/Derrick-Henry-greatest-high-school-football-player-ever-40571871/ "Alabama was going to be tough to beat for Henry’s signature regardless. Saban, recruiter Jeremy Pruitt and that staff believed everything they were seeing from Henry on Friday nights for four years was very true. A dominant runner that could be a big-time player in the SEC and beyond. “I remember schools flat out told me we don’t like him as a running back,” Ramsey said. “I was like I don’t know what to tell you and he doesn’t want to hear that. He’ll be polite but he’s not going to look at your school. “Cam Newton would be a good defensive end too, but he’s a pretty darn good quarterback. We had schools that wouldn’t recruit him because they didn’t like him as a running back. They loved him as a potential outside linebacker or defensive end and that would frustrate Derrick and I think he took it as an insult.” A couple college coaches told Ramsey they worried about Henry taking the pounding of being an every-down back on the next level."

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