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Rushmore

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  1. I started watching later in the ot, but I didn't see him in the game.
  2. I turned on the game late and saw Mostert getting the touches for SF. Breida hurt ? What about Coleman? Thx.
  3. Yeah I noticed that, which is why I asked the question regarding having Montgomery on his list of pickups. At first glance it might seem like Powell would be next in line, but I could easily see a scenario where they committee them with Montgomery getting the passing work and Powell as the between tackles runner. In this scenario, Montgomery could have the slightly higher floor considering how often they tend to check down.
  4. I don't believe there is any connection to this former Browns player and the Bengals. They did have a Terrance Whitehead (rb Oregon) several years ago.
  5. The Yudkin preseason rankings were always among my favorites to filter during draft prep 🤓
  6. Another thing to consider w Guice is that Gruden seemed to love him. With Gruden gone, we aren't sure of what degree of loyalty is associated with him. Having said that, I have him stashed in case he does step into opportunity upon his return.
  7. I believe the soonest he can return is week 11. They (Redskins) have a bye week 10.
  8. Anyone notice the pun in the most recent report above posted by Faust ? Intentional ? 😂😂😂
  9. Curious too. I'm always kinda iffy about starting someone coming off an injury. Seems odd after not long ago reading a report about there being swelling and that he was still a few weeks away.
  10. Regarding the criticism of Dalton : I'm not a huge fan of Dalton, but he's getting killed by this joke of a line.
  11. Zac in a tough position to try and orchestrate an offense with such garbage offensive linemen.
  12. I think they are both very talented. I might like AJ a tad more. And my post above was based on my opinion of his talent and future. I certainly acknowledge the current limitations based on the current offense and personel.
  13. I noticed that he is somewhat lower on the 200 list than I expected. For those whom have seen the list, is it congruent with what you would expect, or has it not been fully adjusted ? Just curious to some thoughts based on expectations relative to the field. Thanks.
  14. Rudolph was one of my favorite qb's of that draft and thought he should have been getting more buzz during the draft process. As a Bengals fan, I really wanted us to take him, and to my dismay, not only did they not end up with him, but he went to division foes the Steelers (I think there were a few fellow Bengal fans liking him on a board I frequent). I won't be surprised one bit if he ends up doing well. I thought he was raw coming into the league, but with some very intriguing skills.
  15. You can count me as another ha. I think I would have to include The Place Beyond The Pines somewhere on this list. I think I also like The Town a bit better than Oceans Eleven and might try to fit it somewhere on here.
  16. Talented dude. As my first introduction to them, I remember burning up that old Cars Greatest Hits cd that I got for free from the wonderful people of the Columbia House Music club lol. Albeit a greatest hits disc, it was an awesome introduction to them, which made me a fan for life. That whole disc rocked. He also produced Weezer's first album aka The Blue Album (and ended up doing the Green one and i believe one other after that). R.I.P. RICK.
  17. Yeah, I'm assuming so. I'm kind of a sucker for unique t-shirts that sort of pay homage to things I dig. I went looking for a Banksy shirt of either the "flower throw" or the "balloon girl." I think I ultimately found the shirt on Ebay. Years later I did end up getting a nice balloon girl print for a wall hanging which still resides on the wall.
  18. *An old Stones (classic tongue logo on black t tshirt that is several decades old. Faded w/ the logo having a very worn look to it (but the worn look to it adds to it's character imo) *A Banksy t-shirt w/ the Hooligan Throwing Flowers print on the shirt. Not crazy old, but one of the oldest t's I have and also one of my fav's. these next 3 aren't necessarily t-shirts but i'll list em anyway: *A Jay Williams Duke jersey from back around his junior year at Duke. *My wife has a Chris Henry jersey that is sort of old I suppose. I always thought it was a very cool jersey, and one that you would rarely see. * Christian Laettner T-wolves jersey that I got his rookie year.
  19. I could be wrong, but I thought that whatever designation they started as stayed throughout the rest of the season ie Colston, Samuels, and I'm sure I'm forgetting a few others (maybe Pryor?). I didn't think they amended their positions once the season started. Oh, and Mack in IDP on Yahoo sites.
  20. Agree; it seems our only chance of moving the ball is via the air, which should at least pad stats for the wrs and Dalton (although he is likely going to take a beating in the process). I'm hoping Ross continues to show and keep me from having this nervous feeling everytime he is involved in a play. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy and want him involved, bc I kind of see this as a quasi rebuild year under new coaching , but I suppose the past 2 yrs have conditioned me to hold my breath when it goes his way. Not to monopolize the thread, but I am still optimistic with Zac Taylor at the helm. J Williams injury really hurt the offense this year. The D really disappointed today , but back on topic; you make a good point about the team likely needing to throw a lot while behind this year, which obviously bodes well for fantasy owners of our Wr's including Ross. I think it might be pretty boom/bust, but I think there are more big plays to come.