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  1. Maybe, I haven't read Mahomes contract or what the true guarantees are. Depending on how big the impact and on how many years the league and NFLPA agree to spread the COVID impact revenue decline some teams may have to make some major cuts.
  2. You may very well be right, but right now we have no idea what the COVID impact from this year will be on the salary cap in the next few years. There is a chance this hurts teams with players on huge contracts more than others.
  3. True and I like Clelin a lot. Can't have enough good defensive players though. I think he was overrated coming out of college and now he is underrated because he didn't turn out to be Bruce Smith. I think we can all agree that at the right price he would be a great addition.
  4. I think Clowney is actually underrated. He does not have huge sack totals, but he gets to the QB a lot and demands attention. Tons of pressures and hurries and he plays the run well. He also can take over a game like he did last year vs the 49ers. I would love to see him on the Raiders.
  5. I'm not saying he wasn't better than a lot of backup QBs. If he was a star player he would have had a job. The fact is he wasn't and wasn't worth the distraction. I guess OJ Simpson isn't a murderer because he was found not guilty too.
  6. I do see reason for debate on that. When he opted out of his contract he was a backup level QB. What team wants to put up with a circus because of their backup QB? If he was a better player he would never have been out of the league. I really do not believe the NFL blackballed him, but that no team wanted to put up with a sideshow surrounding their backup QB.
  7. The media and some people like to find the youngest possible victims and act like it's a common occurrence. It's not. COVID is of very little concern to almost all young people. Of course there is the exception and that's what these people seem to get off on.
  8. Ruggs injury does not appear to be serious. Had to get stitches, but no muscular damage. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/raiders-henry-ruggs-expected-to-be-ready-for-training-camp-after-receiving-stitches-in-thigh-per/
  9. It's possible he knows about everything going on in that house but is also not actively involved in it. I would say he needs to leave that situation in his rear view if that is the case. I would find it impossible for him not to know what was going on in the house he lived in, but that does not mean he was participating in illegal activity. It's also possible that he was actively involved, I have no idea, but I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt until I see evidence to the contrary.
  10. Yes. In Cast Away I wish Hanks floated away and Wilson was saved.
  11. I tend to go into every season deluding myself into thinking 12-4 is possible then by week 6 thinking they might not win another game.
  12. Agree. I am also a HUGE fan of Gettysburg. Gettysburg is in my top 10 movies of all time.
  13. I don't think it's very good, but I find myself watching it whenever it's on.
  14. The Godfathers suck. This Boy's Life was a great comedy. Randy Quaid was one of the finest actors of his generation. Pulp Fiction is overrated and gets worse every time I see it and it would have been better off not being made since it fueled John Travolta's comeback. Deadwood is the greatest show ever. True Romance is one of the greatest movies ever and the coke sale scene with Lee Donowitz was one of the greatest scenes ever.