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  1. Bar Bill is opening a joint out in the North towns for us lucky folk up here Opening Fall 2019
  2. They could very well become 1 and 2 this year. However, I'd take the under on a combined 80 receptions without Kroft in the picture all day. For a measuring stick, Kroft had 42 receptions for 404 yards in 2017. You're more likely to see one of them reciprocate this than both adding up to 80.
  3. I'm more okay with this prediction more so than the OP's either Sweeney OR Knox. No doubt they're hard not too root for and get excited about. But I'm trying to temper expectations. What's a successful season for either of these guys statistically? Rec's, Yards, TD's? Our leading TE last year was Croom with 22 receptions, 250 yards and 1 TD. Go ahead and add in Clay's statistics (21, 184, 0) to form a total and you get a whopping 43 receptions, 434 yards and a TD. That is less than average as far as the league goes...collectively! Let's stop comparing our current players to past players, and start looking at them in comparison to players across the league: If either player totals this amount of yards or receptions as last years COMBINED total, you can certainly count it a success. A rookie TE with these stats (43, 434, 1) would be encouraging. But keep some perspective. If you compare this stat line to last years TE crop across the league, we'd collectively finish 19th in yards, right ahead of Jesse James but behind C.J. Uzomah (43, 439, 3).
  4. They kept 4TE's last year I think the difference is you'll see 3 on the initial 53 and then 4 once Kroft is activated from PUP
  5. I appreciate this post but I was being sarcastic. See my post prior to the one you quoted stating I liked Tyrod: "Always loved me some Tyrod. In hindsight, not sure if it was because it was a glimmer of excitment in an otherwise dreadful decade or I truly thought he could get the job done. Either way, I hope he finds happiness and success in LA. He always seemed to be a 1st class player and guy"
  6. Always loved me some Tyrod. In hindsight, not sure if it was because it was a glimmer of excitment in an otherwise dreadful decade or I truly thought he could get the job done. Either way, I hope he finds happiness and success in LA. He always seemed to be a 1st class player and guy
  7. Yes, 100. I ain't going to lie, def said I was going to buy a Sweeney HOF jersey. But if there is one thing we do well (or me at least), it's getting overly excited for a usually disappointing reason
  8. No worries, it comes natural to me! One thing we can agree on is that we’re optomistic regarding the position. One thing we vastly disagree on is that these potential players are studs. I mean, show some confidence in this prediction and narrow it down. If you feel strongly about it, which TE is going to be a stud, in your opinion. To me, Ed Oliver is going to be a stud. To put any TE on this roster in the same class is ridiculous. You're entitled to your thoughts and opinions, and no hard feelings over a disagreement. I just don't understand the confidence you have
  9. Yes, in a way. Mostly they’re expanding their market and making there product more available. The NFL is becoming less of a sporting event and more of a year round entertainment package. Look no farther than the new stadiums being built. These things are amusement parks. Or us. Just a bunch of sad sacks of crap with nothing better to do on a Sunday afternoon than discuss football.
  10. He’s got a kegger the night before. Frat Stafford knows what’s up.
  11. Pass #13 for those keeping track. I like his comments here. I’m not going to speculate on the pre-snap communication because we really don’t know the protection/scheme that their in. Biggest take away and my favorite point he makes that I initially thought as well: he makes the right throw. Could have had Beasley or Jones for the first, but had the confidence, awareness and ability to make the bigger dagger down the seam.
  12. We the North think this is not happening. You don’t dole out a contract to make a player the highest at his position and not play him when he is healthy.
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