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  1. They've done studies you know....60% of the time, it works every time..... - Brian Fantana https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKiSPUc2Jck
  2. 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.
  3. 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....
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. No offense but no you couldn't. When A Rod is throwing the ball, Jordy is HIS guy. Period. Jordy is getting older (will be 33 next year) but he is still Rogers #1 target. That said, Adams proved he is worth the contract here and a great guy to own. The one on the outside looking in is Cobb. I wouldn't be at all surprised to see him cut when it is most advantageous to the team.
  8. I'm certain I didn't instigate the confrontation with him. Please let him and his whackadoo buddies know to drop it as well. Thanks.
  9. You right wing whackadoos sure do stick together. I got hand it to you.
  10. Maybe summon your friend to tell me what "disease" he's referring to so we can get to the bottom of problems in the NFL.....
  11. And him telling me to seek therapy is cool with you? How does that elevate anything? Or maybe you should just not chime in at all. Thanks
  12. The disease being cops unfairly targeting and executing people of color? Or is there another "disease" you are referring to? Care to explain?
  13. Yep, this could all be a symptom of aging baby boomers priorities and a shift in the NFL marketing towards the future purchasing power of 85 million millenials.
  14. Wow, take a long walk off the nearest short pier. If I wanted your opinion on anything, I'd give it to you.