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Grigs Allmoon

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  1. Why not just put the 6-8 different starting lineups possibilities in a hat and draw one each year? More suspense?

    If I am understanding this correctly that would be the same end result as the 'draft' of positions, right? (I think that's the part confusing us.)


  2. VS. NEW YORK (AFC) - W
    AT MIAMI - W
    VS. LOS ANGELES (NFC) - L
    AT LAS VEGAS - W
    AT TENNESSEE - L
    VS. KANSAS CITY - L
    AT NEW YORK (AFC) - L
    VS. NEW ENGLAND - W
    VS. SEATTLE - L
    AT ARIZONA - W
    VS. LOS ANGELES (AFC) - W
    AT SAN FRANCISCO - L
    VS. PITTSBURGH - L
    AT DENVER - W
    AT NEW ENGLAND - L
    VS. MIAMI - W

    8-8?

    Looking at the schedule now, it doesn't look as bad as when I looked at it back when it was released. I recall thinking it was brutal (Both SB teams, NE, several other playoff teams) and that it looked like a 6 or 7 win season.

    I think the two key points of the season could be the two pairs of back to back away games. (@LV, @Ten and @Den, @NE) I feel like those games could all go either way pretty easily. If they happen to lose both of the first two it could really set back the season. And the last two will likely determine if they make the playoffs. They might need to win both to get in.

    Also, I kind of wish the KC game wasn't in prime time. I feel like that will be an embarrassment.

     


  3. 19 hours ago, oswizzle said:

    Everything will be fine..... most of us had this virus in January ... soon enough testing will prove herd immunity and we can get our scheduled prorgrams/production back to full speed ... 

    That sure would be nice, and the thought crossed my mind when this first started breaking out, as my family did get sick this winter. But, then I remembered we did actually take my youngest in and he tested positive for Influenza.

    Also, if this was going around back then there would have been a lot of hospitalizations/deaths. I can't think of a reason those would have been near 0% at this hypothesized wave 1 as compared to this March/April time-frame.


  4. Just now, IvanKaramazov said:

    Why is ESPN interviewing neurosurgeons and doing live music?

    I was just about to ask the same thing. (I honestly don't mind the Rolle interview as I've been really impressed by his interviews over the past month.) All the other music and COVID talk is annoying to say the least.


  5. 26 minutes ago, Slapdash said:

    ESPN so far behind on talking about the picks vs all their other BS

    I greatly prefer this style of coverage, as opposed to what they did yesterday with holding up the announcements until TV was ready to announce them. I was really disappointed last night when they didn't go to this method like I think they usually do around round 3. (I think)


  6. 1 minute ago, The Frankman said:

    We have any picks with family members who fell into a meat grinder or trash compactor? Seriously, I know real life sucks but the unfortunate tragedies for these draftees in just the first two rounds might be more than any one draft in the last five years of drafts.

    There's actually going to be more before this round is over.

    Crazy...


  7. 19 hours ago, Grigs Allmoon said:

    Why do so many people pronounce his name Tongovailoa?

    That can't possibly be right, can it? Seems like more people pronounce it that way than "Tah-go...", which I believe is correct.

    Will Cain just said on his show that it is pronounced Tongovailoa "even though there is no 'N' in it."

    Interesting.