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  1. According to his verified twitter account, his last post was 19 hours ago thanking everyone for his birthday wishes. I checked and he was born on September 21. Hopefully, he has been away for some sort of birthday bash.
  2. Potential good news. I believe we are going to see Conley on Sunday against the Jets. Just some very solid intel from a friend from within. Fingers crossed.
  3. Britt played 15 games last year and all 16 in 2015 and 2014. Watson played 8 last year and 13 the year before. I loved Watson coming out of college and think has elite talent. But until he actually stays on the field for a whole season and produces on the field, I'm not buying.
  4. Call it semantics but I simply disagree. I don't think you can call any player "elite" at any position until they have several seasons of elite production on the field. Not projections on how they could, would or should have produced, but actually produced. Watkins is in what, his 4th year as a pro, has never been able to stay healthy and hasn't caught more than, what, 65 balls in a season. I'm sorry, I don't know how he can be called "elite" based on what he has actually done up until now. Like I said earlier, it's all potential until he gives elite production, not just one year but a few in a row. The number of years can be discussed, but not with Watkins, he hasn't done it once yet. Just saying.
  5. I would amend your statement to say that when healthy, he has THE POTENTIAL to be a force. I agree he is a talented WR. But facts are facts. He has been unable to stay on the field. And it's not a small sample size we are talking about here. It's been several years now. In my humble opinion, you can't grade a guy on potential. Sure, if he stays healthy he can be a force. A lot of things have to go just right for him though for that to happen.
  6. People talking like Watkins is the second coming....Heck, I'll be impressed if he passes his physical.
  7. You usually gotta pay extra for that cotton
  8. I've been a Cutler guy forever. Owned him for several years. Here's the thing, and it's quite simple. He's a gunslinger. Cannon for an arm but frequently throws the devastating interception. He's prone to making bad throws under pressure and makes lots of bad decisions when under duress. But the guy can play. Love him or hate him, he is a solid if not spectacular starting QB in the NFL, and with proper coaching and a solid run game, can minimize his bad decisions and horrific INT's. But he's a package deal. He's gonna have great games and games he breaks your heart with a terrible pick 6. He is what he is. Gase being there makes it the perfect opportunity for him to come in and have success for one year.
  9. Refer them to your accountant, Skylar White
  10. My daughter was severely ill several years ago. I live in NY and she was vomiting and ill for nearly a month before we took her to Cohen's children's hospital. She was there for 17 days and underwent every test they had and they could not figure out what was wrong with her. We were sent to CHOP, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. It saved her life. That place is real life HOUSE. I mean it. Do the research and urge the family to take them there, When we couldn't get in to the Ronald McDonald house, they helped set us up in a hotel near the hospital at a very minimal cost. They really were amazing and diagnosed here within 48 hours. It truly was amazing and one of the top rated children's hospital in the Country. Good luck.
  11. Man, this would be fantastic: McKenzie sounded almost giddy about the condition of Mario Edwards Jr., who saw last off-season impacted by a neck injury and then was limited to just three games (including the playoff game) after injuring his hip in the preseason. “He’s extremely motivated,” McKenzie said, “because he wants to show the league that he’s a dominant football player. Not just a solid football player, but that he’s dominant. He’s healthy, he’s strong, he’s in a good mindset so he’s ready to roll and we are extremely anxious to see him get going in the season.”
  12. The beginning of every dead show I saw when I was young.
  13. https://www.yahoo.com/tv/ex-reality-tv-star-arrested-phoenix-car-theft-015408419.html I love deadliest catch and was sad when all the drugs and stuff got to Jake. I recall hearing he almost died from a beating he took several months back. Haven't heard anything about him since this article I just came across. Dude, he doesn't look at all like he did on the show. Sad.
  14. What we have here is a failure to communicate. Stick that in your trophy case - The original I guess we all died a little in that dammed war Via Con Dios - Johnny Utah Pulls back handshake to salure...."you old dog" - Winger It's the stay puft marshmellow man Hey Blondie, you know what you are, you are nothing but a low down, Hijo de grande putah!
  15. I don't think the tape, in and of itself, has as much power as people would think. If you noticed, when Kim first asked about the conversation before telling Jimmy there was a tape, his first and immediate reaction was to say so what, there was space blankets all over the walls and the ceiling etc. Jimmy's immediate reaction was that he was just saying what Chuck wanted to hear to walk him off the ledge. With Chuck's prior cooky behavior and trips to the hospital, including that female doctor that was pushing for him to be committed, Jimmy will have a field day avoiding anything serious from the tape itself. He will be, however, guilty of kicking in a door, threatening Chuck and a few other things arising from that scene. I think the drama of the trial, pitting Jimmy v Chuck is what is going to push Jimmy into becoming Saul. Not the tape or what it purports to say.