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  1. He’s still up by 10. There is no room for a bounce.
  2. Hahaa....and the Russian agent lover / Julian Assange fan (REN hoek) chimes in with more nonsense... you just can’t make this kind of lunacy up. Nothing you just posted is remotely tethered to reality. None of it. This is not a matter of interpretation. Don’t worry, Trump will be gone soon and we can all go back to agreeing on a set of facts again based in reality, not Russian propaganda. BTW, Hillary is not some black ops super killer leading Seth Rich kill squads and pizza parlor pedophile rings. Oh, and Barack Obama was born in Hawaii, not on the moon, mars, Kenya or wherever trump is telling you today. Pass it on.
  3. Anyone thinking trump has this wrapped up is in a cult. Fact: Trump needed Russian help to lose by 3 million votes in 2016, eeked out the EC by 77K votes while Russia was attacking all 50 states voter rolls. (that is completely unprecedented and will not be replicated without help from hostile foreign intel services again) Facts matter. The majority of those on his 2016 campaign are now convicted felons or indicted. His campaign manager facilitated information warfare conducted on the American people by passing US voter targeting data directly to Russian intelligence with multiple followups on how best to use this data. Trump's team had between 150-250 contacts with Russian officials and lied to the FBI AND American people about all of them. Facts matter. Trump's own FBI thinks he's a Russian asset and had sufficient evidence to initiate a counterintelligence investigation with Trump's name on it that passed multiple layers of scrutiny w/in the FBI and DOJ and nobody balked, to include Mitch McConnell when the gang of 8 was notified. Trump lied in sworn written testimony to the Mueller team and committed 8-11 felonies by obstructing that investigation into Russian attacks on the United States. Facts matter. This man is going to be indicted for multiple felonies the moment he loses his temp job and OLC opinions are no longer protecting him. Facts matter. (individual 1) Anyone saying Trump is a "shoo-in" is only fooling themselves. He has already been impeached for cheating in the 2020 election for extorting a foreign country for phony investigations into Americans to help his electoral chances, by withholding $391M US tax dollars. Everyone around him says he did it, his own Chief of Staff said he did it all of the time and to just "get over it". The guy is also already trying to invalidate the 2020 results and has said he won't accept the results if he doesn't win. The man still has not, and WILL NOT condemn the actions of Putin for paying bounties for the scalps of US Servicemen and women in Afghanistan. These are not the actions of an innocent man who thinks he can win a free and fair election. The polling is accurate and consistent. He's down by 9-10 for a reason. He's a complete and total failure who surrounds himself with criminals, wife beaters, white nationalists, etc for a reason. Trump has overseen the deaths of 181,000 Americans and counting due to his botched response/ignorance/disdain for science, threw 55 million onto unemployment and just caused the economy to crater while claiming this pandemic would just magically disappear. The booming economy and jobs market he inherited from Obama / Biden will not save him. If you believe trump on any topic at this point, just "drink the kool-aid/bleach" already. And maybe throw away that degree from Trump U and stop sending your checks to the Trump Foundation. They were shut down due to fraud. Vote.
  4. The "in depth" analysis here is really what makes this board so valuable....🙄
  5. Yeah? How many games did he rush for over a 100 yds last year? And how did he do when you really needed him weeks 14-16? He's not in their gameplan. He's "nice to have" when he shows up but the team isn't counting on him in an every down capacity. It is what it is....just be cautious.
  6. I'm still pissed Philly leapfrogged Dallas to draft him last year. I swear it was just out of spite and knowing he was the right fit for their division rivals. Now the guy is going to waste the next 2-3 years in the league playing behind a stud TE unless there is an injury. Just a shame.
  7. Seriously, anyone really counting on Kenyan Drake for more than a bye week fill last year or this year is dead in the water. He might have gotten you a few wins last year and you may have liked him for a second, but the team has no plans for him to be a regular contributor. Draft and trade for at your own risk.
  8. Some people just can’t admit they were wrong. I also love it when people pretend like this is somehow not good for Tyreek Hill and his draft position / value or ability to produce this year and in the future.....like he just laid around for the last couple of months and ate donuts. It’s almost like they were dumb enough to trade him away at pennies on the dollar and think talking trash about him on some random internet chat board means anything in terms of actual NFL value and productivity. Just sad and stupid.... Congrats to anyone who held or bought low on Hill. You will be handsomely rewarded.
  9. Holy overreaction! Glad I was wrong about my guess of a 4-6 game suspension. Sure am glad I held onto him in the two leagues I owned him and traded for him in another....whew!
  10. They've done studies you know....60% of the time, it works every time..... - Brian Fantana https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKiSPUc2Jck
  11. In the coming days, the office of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will announce whether Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill violated the league’s Personal Conduct Policy. If a violation is found, it would mean that Hill engaged in conduct detrimental to the integrity of, or public confidence in, the NFL. Such “conduct detrimental” would reflect the possibility that Hill was in some way responsible for suspicious injuries suffered by his three-year-old son earlier this year, or that Hill undermined the league’s image upon media publication of a recording in which Hill tells former his fiancée, Crystal Espinal, that she needs to be “terrified” of him, or both. The Hill situation is among the more difficult personal conduct policy decisions for Goodell, whose choices on conduct matters have often generated controversy and occasionally spawned federal lawsuits. With Hill, an incomplete set of facts coupled with ambiguous family circumstances are beyond the capacity of Goodell to clarify. If Goodell offers factual conclusions about how Hill’s son was injured, Goodell would be vulnerable to criticism that he overreached and possibly interfered in an on-going legal matter. https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/07/15/tyreek-hill-roger-goodell-possible-suspension-decision-chiefs It's anyone's guess. My guess is 4-6 weeks.
  12. Where are people coming up with this "lengthy suspension" talk? Dynasty; Hill is a strong hold or buy low. He might get 6-8 weeks but the dude is a game changer. If you don't have the stomach for a Randy Moss, Chris Carter, Zeke Elliot, Kareem Hunt type of a player, by all means, sell him. I'll buy low and win with him. Good luck with your Tim Tebow-based teams.... those always work. Thoughts and prayers to you....
  13. Not going to disagree but it's generally useful to pay attention to post draft pressers. At least this gives you a sense if this was a "hold your nose and pick" kind of a guy, roster filler, or someone they genuinely have plans for. The GM has plans for DK. Period.
  14. I watched the video of the event...it was sort of weird. Anyway, in the post draft presser Carroll mentioned his limited Route tree and that the Ole Miss offense wasn't designed to utilize him in that roll. He was a deep ball specialist. Carroll says that he will have to develop route tree and he is working hard to do just that. Has A LOT of potential. Carroll says they will be "going to his strengths" initially and maximize those first then grow from there. Plenty of positive takeaways from the post draft presser, IMO. GM also likes him. They also mentioned Baldwin here so there is a need for him. Talent + situation = ........your guess is as good as mine. BTW, they also joked that his dad was a former o-lineman and might have taught him routes....lol.
  15. Rodgers likes him and that's all I need to know. There might be some Adam Thielen appeal (maybe) and you can get him for a ham sandwich. Buy cheap and hope for the best.