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  1. @Mark80 is definitely out of his mind for thinking the cash bail system is broken and disproportionally hurts poor people or to think that the justice system is biased towards rich people. Yes, he's definitely out of his mind... smh
  2. elroy16

    Jets wanted Mitch Morse

    You guys thought we had homers here, good grief.
  3. I'd love to see a stud DL get picked up at 9. Another force off the edge opposite Hughes or a someone carving up the middle now that Kyle is gone would be a big help to the defense. I like what they're doing, grabbing guys on offense through FA that should be able to help right away and then ideally build up depth and maybe one impact guy (probably on D) from the draft.
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    OT Ty Nsekhe (Redskins) to the Bills

    Ideally he's the starting RT and Dawkins picks his play back up after being a bit complacent and is a solid LT for us. Then they can draft a OT in the middle of the draft to groom as a RT or swing in the future. With Morse at C, the line could be significantly improved.
  5. That bend makes me feel all tingly inside.
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    Article for those obsessing about Metcalf

    I'm sure this was posted in the other thread, but I haven't gone through the whole thing. I guess take him in the 2nd if he's there, but I would be much more pissed about him at 9 than I was with Allen at 7, and I was really pissed with Allen at 7. That change of direction is pretty terrible. I guess as a big, deep threat, he could be useful for Allen. Looks too limited for my liking though.
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    Most Boring Super Bowl Ever?

    That was a stinker. I'm good with defensive games, but this was beyond that. Goff was absolutely miserable. Yes, BB had a great gameplan that make the rams offense struggle, but even when there were opportunities, Goff usually blew it. Brady didn't look good most of the game, most of his yards were to wide open receivers.
  8. They showed a replay and Romo was like, ehh, I wouldn't have called that in this situation. Rams had just picked up their 3rd first down (one was on a penalty) of the drive after the 16 yard comeback to Cooks. I'm absolutely shocked the pat* benefited from a timely penalty. 4th quarter, other team is finally moving the ball, tie game. Good time for a hold. Yes I'm bitter.
  9. I would love to see Nickell on a corner blitz cause a sack/fumble in a big spot. Also Woods with a big day. They're going to need Donald to have a big day.
  10. elroy16

    Bills hire Bobby Johnson as offensive line coach

    A different take on the TE coaching experience. Off the top of my head, I don't recall the TE's being adept blockers. I haven't had any co-workers tell me he's terrible (as I did with Castillo), so that's something.
  11. elroy16

    Gregg Williams to Jets as DC

    How long does Gase get before they fire him and move onto Greggo? Week 10 next year? I don't think being told who your DC is going to be instills a lot of confidence into a new HC, just my IMO.
  12. No question. Like many I was not happy with the pick. Like others, I easily talked myself into it because at least they got a QB. I think the reason my opinion has changed so much is because of how much he progressed throughout the year. Early in the year he threw some WR screens in the dirt, wasn't always going through his reads, took too many sacks, and bailed on decent pockets. After his injury he was making more accurate short passes, staying in pockets, making more consistent throws and really just looked a lot better. Even after the injury, the first game or two he took some hits while scrambling and then he started running out of bounds or sliding to protect himself. I didn't expect to see as clear an improvement week to week as he showed. I'm expecting him to take a solid step in the right direction over the offseason. He appears to have the right work ethic and desire to be great. He's obviously not there yet, but I have a lot more confidence he can be successful than I have been about a Bills QB in a long time.
  13. https://www.si.com/nfl/2017/11/28/josh-gordon-interview-cleveland-browns-nfl It's not solely weed and it wouldn't matter if it was. What someone is addicted to can be unimportant to the situation, usually it's just a crutch for other issues. Of course being addicted to gambling or videogames and ignoring family, burning bridges, etc is irresponsible, but it's most certainly not crap. I've know multiple people that have committed suicide, even if from the outside it appeared they were living a good life. You never know what's going through someone's head. If someone is flushing down that much money and that big of an opportunity down the drain, they obviously have some deep seeded issues they're dealing with. Just reading briefly about his past, I'm sure it still weighs on him. It's like women who are sexually abused as kids, it ***** them up for their entire life. I imagine growing up, selling/doing drugs in 7th grade, carrying a gun, and not expecting to make it past early 20's creates some serious issues.
  14. jfc So you either have to resort to violence to officially be addicted to some or it doesn't count? Have you seriously never watched intervention or heard of a story about someone ignoring their family or responsibilities and ruining their life because they're addicted to a gambling or videogames? I guess lack of empathy makes it difficult to understand what some people go through. It's pretty common, so I shouldn't be too annoyed or surprised with dumbass thoughts like this.