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  1. Where is this narrative coming from that Vrabel is running things and JRob is just this weak, meager chimp who scurries to do whatever Vrabel wants him to do? The coaching staff is Vrabel's. If he wants to be his own DC, that's his decision as HC to make. JRob can obviously trump him but does he really want to create friction by overruling his HC over a decision the HC is empowered to make? Pick your battles and all that.... No GM is 'perfect'. Name a GM who has not made poor signings, had busted draft picks, or had failures on their franchise's coaching staff. You can't. That GM doesn't exist. It can be argued that JRob has one of the highest levels of accountability in the NFL, both with coaches and players. You don't get with the program? You're out. He worked to fire a head coach who made it to the playoffs, FFS. We're in very good shape with JRob at the helm. I think he's one of the top 5 GMs in the league.
  2. Some of the shots he's taken the last 3 games, it's amazing he hasn't missed any time. That WR pedigree, that ability to take a hit, is a big part of his success and separates him from many other QBs. That said, just because he can take a hit doesn't mean we should be happy seeing him take so many hits!
  3. Did you notice how much Romo was talking about this yesterday with how far we were playing off Dez? "Easy five yards every time and no one even has to do anything!". There was a 3rd down play, wanna say 3rd and 7, King covering the slot but was behind the line of gain. Slot receiver goes out, King slow to break, resulting in an easy, effortless 3rd down conversion. Vrabel was shaking his head but I was equally shaking my head wondering WTF he thought was going to happen in that coverage. Indy's OL is very solid, not sure we can get quick pressures with any consistency even with blitzes. We need to change the scheme to press man and challenge Rivers to use that noodle of an arm to beat us deep. I don't think he can do it. Challenge him to throw short? He'll pick us apart without breaking a sweat, just like he did last game.
  4. How can that be? Maybe it just clicked for him in TEN or perhaps staying out of press coverage is helping his game? He's solid out there...odd for a guy who has shown his skillset to be a journeyman. Between he and King, it's been a pretty good patchwork of a secondary the last couple of weeks (despite scheming inefficiencies).
  5. Gotta think we may be quickly approaching the point where the actual "deep state" gets involved, likely in a clandestine way.
  6. It will never cease to amaze me that a guy who was considered a clown when I was growing up in the 80's and 90's was somehow elected POTUS and is quite literally trying to end our democracy. For the rest of my days, I will always look back to that evening of November 8th, 2016, watching that goddamned NYT meter swing toward Trump, and realizing that the country I love so much had such incredibly poor judgement. It's simply beyond my comprehension how this man has built a cult containing ~70,000,000 Americans. It's simply beyond my comprehension how the Republican party has so blatantly placed partisan power over country. While I'm relatively confident that this all ends on January 20th, 2021, I'm unable to convince myself that it will actually happen. Everything I thought about this country, it's government, its citizens, its political parties, its values, ethics.......it's all been turned upside down by a guy 10yr old me knew was a clown.
  7. mmmmmbeeer

    Biden Transition

    IMO, there's a real question whether the "high road" is truly the best course of action in this environment. Most of the time, I would agree, just move on and forget about it. But after Trump? After the GOP's relentless attacks on the major institutions of this democracy? Eh, I'm not so sure. I think there has to be some price to pay, be it for Trump, his children, or even just some of his sycophants. We have to let them know that the bullshit that was just pulled over the past 4 years will never be tolerated again. If the shoe were on the other foot, what would the GOP do? They'd prosecute every case imaginable. So why the hell should the dems, once again, just sweep shit under the rug? The game has changed. While "nice guy" and "high road" have been effective in previous iterations of the game, we must now adjust to the new political reality we find ourselves in. If Biden wants to stay out of the mud, I get that. But he must empower others to do the dirty work that needs to be done.
  8. A lack of perpetual dread. Renewed faith in our institutions. Watching daily as every "deep state" Trump sycophant is unceremoniously shoved out of government for eternity, hopefully finding themselves unable to find any future meaningful employment.
  9. We. Don't. Care. We don't WANT your respect. You sold your soul to a narcissistic, sociopath....your opinion or evaluation of people is forever rendered meaningless.
  10. So this is a democrat problem? All of this shit is because of Dem messaging? How about shouting down the people who propagate the fearmongering? How about faulting the propagandists who play 3 month old video of a building on fire and pretend it's live and ubiquitous across the country? How about expecting even a fucking SMIDGEN of responsibility from the right wing entertainment complex, GOP officeholders, or the fucking PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES? The vote shares went up largely because of the success of lying, cheating, propaganda, and criminality. The motherfucker literally help up stimulus checks until they could be printed with his own signature on them....."Trump Bucks". The dems aren't the ones who need to take a long, hard look in the mirror. No doubt the dems have things to improve on but they aren't the ones who have completely thrown this country into a toxic lake of vitriol and civil unrest. That party is the Republican party.
  11. Tanny got his ass kicked last night....like, physically got his ass kicked. He had very little time to get his passes off and was taking hits left and right. Imagine if he didn't have balls of steel to stand in there and take a hit while attempting a pass......it would've been REALLY ugly. The Oline was trash. Two weeks in a row we've played good defenses and we've been lucky Tanny hasn't suffered a serious injury. He's been performing above-average given the protection, or lack thereof, he's gotten against CHI and IND.
  12. Damn. That's a tough blow for CD and family. Could be a big stretch to assume he'll play tomorrow night as opposed to pulling a Favre.
  13. While I only did 4 years in the USAF, I do have at least some military experience. The checks and balances you're looking for are in uniformed leadership. If you believe any of them are ready to kowtow to the whims of lame duck, unqualified political appointees ordering them to deploy on US soil to enforce some sort of coup or what have you, well, you're very, very off-base. Trump is not nearly as popular with the military as a typical Republican is and that lack of support is even more stark at the leadership levels. I mean, think about it. Your boss's boss has less than 2 months before he's out of office after losing an election. He assigns you a new boss, clearly an idiot ass-licker on a power trip, to oversee you for those 2 months. The ass-licker starts ordering you to do illegal things. Would your response really be "yessir! on it!"?
  14. SCOTUS took up the issue of "faithless electors" this summer and, while obviously not an apples to apples comparison, the unanimous opinion against faithless electors provides some insight into what this SCOTUS, minus Barrett, thinks about electors and the Electoral College. Worth a read... https://www.npr.org/2020/07/06/885168480/supreme-court-rules-state-faithless-elector-laws-constitutional

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