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  1. On 5/4/2021 at 10:59 AM, Anarchy99 said:

    While there haven't been a ton of 4th round picks (or later) that have been great fantasy wise, across the past 10 years there have been guys that were good to at least serviceable at times . . . Aaron Jones, Chris Carson, Devonta Freeman, Marlon Mack, Lamar Miller, Tarik Cohen, James White, Latavius Murray, Jordan Howard, Jay Ajayi, Alfred Morris, Chris Thompson, Dion Lewis, Bilal Powell, Jamaal Williams, Mike Davis, Nyheim Hines, Myles Gaskin, etc. Austin Ekeler, Phillip Lindsay, and James Robinson were UDFAs.

    As far as Stevenson goes, I doubt he plays much this year as Harris, Michel, and White will touch the ball way more than Stevenson will. BB usually uses rookie backs sparingly. Cam will steal most of the short yardage TDs and now they have two red zone TEs to use. Anyone looking to hitch their wagon to Stevenson will have to hope NE moves on from Newton pretty quickly.

    He needs use leverage... then watch out. His feet are unusually nimble for his size. 

  2. 15 minutes ago, Anarchy99 said:

    I haven't seen anything quite like the media coverage in the Boston sports market. In the past 20 years, Boston's Big 4 sports teams collectively have won 12 titles (at least one in each sport), lost in the championship 6 times, and made the conference finals 11 times. There are very few cities that have had that sort of success from their sports franchises over a 20 year span (especially a city with only one team per sport), yet the sports media here literally trashes anything the teams do. It's really pretty sad when you think about it.

    Actually I haven’t seen such crap in 30 years. 

  3. 13 minutes ago, Anarchy99 said:

    I haven't seen anything quite like the media coverage in the Boston sports market. In the past 20 years, Boston's Big 4 sports teams collectively have won 12 titles (at least one in each sport), lost in the championship 6 times, and made the conference finals 11 times. There are very few cities that have had that sort of success from their sports franchises over a 20 year span (especially a city with only one team per sport), yet the sports media here literally trashes anything the teams do. It's really pretty sad when you think about it.

    Sad is an understatement 

  4. 1 minute ago, Anarchy99 said:

    One day Felger is going to compel me to call in because of his absolute refusal to acknowledge that the salary cap is a real thing and explain to him how it actually works. He insists that any player can be acquired no matter what the cost and the salary cap is completely bogus and an imaginary accounting scheme that no team follows.

    Their jobs are to agitate people, evidently. 

  5. 4 minutes ago, Anarchy99 said:

    Sadly, radio ratings over the years have proven that aggravating, agitating, and annoying pulls in way more listeners than knowledgeable, likeable, and agreeable.

    They will just go on and on and on to pick at any rookie. Of course nobody wants to come here due to these idiot Boston radio guys. 

  6. 4 minutes ago, Boston said:

    There is a better chance of BB showing up to camp in a Speedo then anointing a rookie QB as a starter this early...any QB talk you hear from “sources” is BS...this kid will be better than Cam the question is merely not if but when he takes over.

    Sorry I mean to say when season opens. I fixed my post. 

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