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  1. I'm just going to say 'ditto' to this post -- thanks, JFS!
  2. The Lions' expected salary cap number in 2021 will be $2,171,211 per spotrac, and they have a number of players on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball that they will not be able to re-sign -- do you want their top-3 WR's to leave because prior GM's were idiots (and that's just WR's on the offensive side of the ball)? Just look at the numbers ($ not stats) and who is about to leave (or will next year) and that tells the whole story. IF the organization had been skilled in drafting talent, they may have been able to whether this storm of GM-malpractice. IF....
  3. "John Wolford is now the Rams' starting QB, but who is John Wolford?" Oookay, I'll admit it....I'm John Wolford....so?
  4. On that subject, here's all teams' current projected 2021 cap space which may indicate their (in)ability to fit Stafford under their cap.... 1 Jacksonville Jaguars $84,433,071 2 New York Jets $81,656,074 3 New England Patriots $72,186,508 4 Indianapolis Colts $66,761,076 5 Washington Football Team $49,880,689 6 Cincinnati Bengals $41,306,395 7 Miami Dolphins $35,643,153 8 Los Angeles Chargers $33,311,309 9 Dallas Cowboys $33,204,506 10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers $31,505,224 11 Baltimore Ravens $26,334,415 12 Cleveland Browns $26,270,
  5. I'll second whoever mentioned HOU WR Isaiah Coulter. Similar to Detroit's WR Q. Cephus, there are multiple FA WR's that may be leaving Houston (Cooks, Fuller). IF they were to leave, 6'3" Coulter's only competition currently on the roster would be 5'11" Coutee and 5'10" Cobb. Height obviously isn't a guarantor for success but to have a decent shot as an outside/redzone WR for a great young QB like Watson could be valuable, especially in a TD-heavy scoring system.
  6. I'm really not sure where you're coming from. I agree with you that consensus rankings are good/preferable. BUT you admitted you didn't know anything about Jack Bauer but neglected to get anyone's input whatsoever. Even the drafter that took your #1 hero (John Snow) admitted Bauer / rick6668 / higgins got majorly screwed.... After months of drafters drafting, way to simultaneously #### over drafters by sending out quick, "just-to-be-done-with-it" rankings without any external input AND have the nerve to compliment judges that actually do take external input.
  7. I'm not sure how to quantify that so allow me to think out loud: - the show's main antagonists are frozen zombies; - one of the show's main protagonists is protected by dragons, which are very much in the main story line; - one of the main characters (Arya) has a major section of her story line devoted to shape shifters; - one of the main characters (Bran) "finds his path" by seeing through the eyes of animals (warging). As an untrained "supernatural estimator", I'd say 72% -- what say you?
  8. The category is horror / supernatural -- you don't think it qualifies as supernatural? Oookay
  9. Why would they be after what's been determined by the courts thus far. The only question about the "evidence" is whether there's supposed to be a hyphen between the words "piss" and "poor".
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