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  1. This would be ideal. And makes me feel better for having kept a roster spot for Murray all this time. Hopefully, they shut Kamara down, Murray fills in admirably and then Brees and Kamara for the playoff stretch. Sounds like a plan. What can go wrong....
  2. I used an injury move and picked up Waller when Henry went down. Now, I have to choose who to keep. I know, it doesn't really belong here, but with all the mouths to feed in SD, i'm leaning on keeping Waller. Thoughts?
  3. It's because he apologized He's sorry, so can he just get on the field and catch 15 for 198 and 3 TD's please.
  4. It's amazing to me how people forget how awesome Carr looked in 2016 before breaking his leg on X/Mas eve. That offense was a machine and Carr looked like an MVP. He's had injury and personnel issues since then but it's not like he hasn't shown he can be a franchise QB under the right circumstances. Me, I remember the day the Raiders signed Williams. I was extremely happy with the signing, I think he is a very solid NFL WR. People are looking right past Oakland this year, and maybe rightfully so. But I have very guarded optimism, not just for this year, but the state of the team heading into next year's draft and the move to Vegas. I know AB is a diva but I'd be lying if I said I didn't get a chubby watching him run routes and catch deep balls from Carr in practice. I love Josh Jacobs and the other RB's have acquitted themselves fantastic in pre-season. We have a lot of youth and potential on defense with a smattering of veteran leadership as well. I like the look of this team heading into the season and count me as a Gruden fan. Dude lives for the game and I think with a little success, the players are going to buy into his style as well. Let everyone talk about KC and Mahomes and the other AFC stalwarts but just don't be surprised when the Raiders surprise and push for a playoff spot this year, well ahead of schedule when the sky was falling around the rubble of the Mack and Cooper trades.....
  5. I am so very sorry for your loss. I will continue to keep you and your family in my prayers.
  6. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.
  7. Great post, thanks. But what about Hooper. Hearing lots of hype about him being more involved this year as well. And I thought I read very early on in the offseason that they didn't want to air it out quite so much and wanted to be a bit more balanced this year. I was really hoping Sanu got cut, he has a hefty salary figure this year.....
  8. I wanted to bump this thread (I searched and this is the only thread I could find about Ridley) to see what everyone thinks of him heading into the 2019 season. Sanu continues to hang around and there is a lot of talk about Hooper taking a big step forward and becoming a bigger part of the Atlanta offense this year. Ridley flashed some serious talent last year, but he also dropped a lot of balls. Do we think he can step up and replace or phase out Sanu as the true number 2 option in this offense? I worry he will be a weekly hit or miss with so many mouths to feed. Thanks.
  9. The 30 for 30 documentary on Leaf was really cool. Lots of really cool insight and a look at what it was like being him back in the day. He was open and honest about all of his issues and problems and I, for one, am glad to see him make it back.
  10. Wow, what terrible news to start the week. I hope the big guy pulls thru and makes a full recovery. Hard not to wonder what he may have been into to lead to what looks like a calculated assassination attempt.
  11. Scarface was a great movie, and in fact, I like/love many of the movies on this list though Donnie Brascoe and Carlito's Way are far better movies than a few on this list). That said, if we're talking signature movies, I don't see how it can't be Michael. Mention Pacino and in all likelihood, the first movie people think about is Godfather. To me, that makes it his signature role. Maybe you can get one of those first class tickets to the resurrection........ Watch, you see that man over there, he's gonna stick his tongue out at that girl over there. Watch.....so many great lines