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  1. Remember, our assessment of how good teams are is skewed by the fact that we're only 1/3 of the way into the season. In 6 weeks we'll have a different picture. Some teams we think suck will have turned it around, and vice versa. Imagine if 2 weeks ago someone predicted the Chefs would lose consecutive games to the Colts and Texans, Denver would beat TN, SF would beat LA, and NJJ would beat Dallas. That guy would have been derided as an idiot and a fool, but here we are.
  2. This may be a good time to pump the brakes. I'll predict 10-6, but I'm not calling any game on the schedule until it's official - not even against Miami. We've been good early, squeaking out wins against bad teams. Hopefully the winning continues, and maybe this is the year, but it's a little early to get carried away. Most of us have been around long enough to know that 4-1 doesn't mean much. It's a long season and anything can happen.
  3. Don't look now, but Darnold's giving it to Dallas hard, dry, and deep.
  4. It also means Trent Dilfer is better than either and Eli is better than Favre, Rogers, and Drew Brees.
  5. This has gotten me thinking. If you look across the roster, we have way too many positions where losing both our first and second stringers would leave us starting a less than ideal player.
  6. I would use a novel approach. Put Dawson Knox at linebacker, point out Brady, and tell him that guy took his ball.
  7. This seems as good a place as any for this. Bill Maher laying down the truth. https://youtu.be/T0q2ZR4nBuE
  8. Awww biitch! We got his ass now! Drumpf is toast. I haven't been this excited since we drafted EJ.
  9. As much as I want to believe this, I tend to think Tom is right. I can't envision any scenario where the media can't or won't shield the Democrat establishment from public accountability. When I said Obama could torch an orphanage on TV and still enjoy their support, I wasn't exaggerating by all that much. If some Dems get caught in a serious criminal scandal, morality will get real relative real quick. The presumption of innocence will suddenly become the paramount value of an enlightened society, and jumping to conclusions will be so last year. The pundits will suddenly find the dots impossible to connect. Chuck Todd will look like Brian Stelter trying to make sense of the Jussie Smollett story (see clip below). Even if a Dem or group of Dems were in so deep they became too much of a liability to protect, they would be sacrificed and scapegoated. They would be cast out for bringing shame upon their virtuous Democrat colleagues by engaging in the kind of corruption we expect from Republicans. The moral of the story becomes principled Democrats cleanse their own ranks of ne'er-do-wells, unlike Republicans who rally behind theirs. Think they'll have any trouble convincing your liberal buddies in California? Hell, If they got caught red handed it wouldn't surprise me to see them say the whole thing is a Republican conspiracy, call for impeachment, and have the mass media push that narrative. That's not too far removed from what they're doing now.
  10. I'm imagining some rather Hulkesque analysis. "Big linebacker smash puny receiver."
  11. Maybe his linemen should get out of the way. Didn't that ever occur to you, man?
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