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  2. That is it in a nutshell.
  3. I was shocked he threw 5 in a row, he just came out like a seething bull and I felt like he pitched the entire inning in less than 3 minutes.
  4. You like being called a Nazi? Quit you ******** calling Democrats "commies" Right Now.
  5. I mean...Trump was speaking about McCain only, and years later you still believe he meant all POWs. I'm a bit dismayed that you think that nothing was achieved, really? I know you're stronger than that. Hey we all get down about this or that BS sometimes, but we all look out for each other and make sure we get home ok, or at least try to. That's something. A guy in Iraq was telling the younger dudes, "I don't want to hear ANY of you complaining! If you had voted for Gore, none of us would be here right now."
  6. It's what he's shown flashes of, he just likes his slider a bit too much. The Brewers were thrown off tonight because of how aggressive he was with that Fastball.
  7. And statistically, Ryan has no peer since the end of 2015. Won 3 playoff games. Yet somehow Cam Newton made the list of elite QB’s three years running. 2019 NFL QB tiers: Who's a franchise guy? A rising star? A place holder? Here's where your starter ranks By Jason La Canfora Apr 5, 2019 at 12:11 pm ET • 8 min read Tier 1: Bona Fide Franchise Quarterbacks 2017: Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Russell Wilson, Drew Brees, Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton 2018: Rodgers, Brady, Wilson, Brees, Roethlisberger, Newton, Carson Wentz 2019: Rodgers, Brady, Wilson, Brees, Roethlisberger, Newton, Patrick Mahomes, Andrew Luck This is the highest of terrain, reserved for men who have won MVPs and rings, or, in several cases, both. It isn't easy to crack, but Mahomes, throwing 50 touchdowns passes in what amounts to his rookie season and nearly slaying the Pats to get to the Super Bowl, um, yeah, that will qualify. Wentz drops down, with injuries slowing his ascent, though I could see him right back here in 2020. I believe Newton will have a bounce-back season as well: I like the assemblage of talent around him and a second year with Norv Turner will produce some big things in Carolina, says here. It's time for Rodgers to start playing week in and week out like an MVP, too, and we'll see how his relationship develops with novice head coach Matt LaFleur. Luck has been destined for this tier for a while, and with the way he played last year, after missing so much time to serious injury and worrying if he'd ever make it back, I suspect that by January no one is arguing against him being in the top eight passers on the planet.
  8. You can't convince me that they weren't close and then a deal magically happens at the deadline. They had to be close
  9. So why was it agreed to weeks ago, then reported they're not close but trying to get it done before the deadline?
  10. I believe him, seems to be genuine. I have known about many Hawks and Falcon transactions over the years, well in advance of the public release. Both sides talk, players talk, any number of sources.
  11. Some pretty nice insight from PFF. They label Matt Ryan the Saints “Team Killer” PFF calls Matt Ryan a 'team killer' against the Saints By John Sigler | June 17, 2019 10:23 am ET The analysts at Pro Football Focus have graded and charted every NFL game back to the 2006 season, and they recently put together a list of “team killers,” or players that have logged the highest grades against each of the 32 teams. That’s good news for New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas, who received a nod for his efforts against the Atlanta Falcons. Saints quarterback Drew Brees was praised for his consistently great performances against the Carolina Panthers. However, PFF picked out Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan as the bane of the Saints, hyping up his individual performance in 21 career games against New Orleans: The trend of elite quarterbacks — which Ryan is — dominating divisional opponents continues with the Saints. Against New Orleans, Matt Ryan has racked up 523 completions on 797 attempts for 6,354 yards, 39 touchdowns and just 13 interceptions. While his 51 big-time throws lead all quarterbacks in the matchup by 21, his 11 turnover-worthy plays are fewer than fellow NFC South quarterback Cam Newton (12). While Ryan has generally made good decisions with the ball and aired out some porous Saints defenses in his time, it hasn’t amounted to much. Ryan has lost more career games against the Saints (13) than any other opponent. That’s nearly as many losses to the Saints as he’s suffered against the other NFC South teams — the Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers — combined (15). Maybe he’s not as lethal as his passing numbers suggest.
  12. It would make sense for them to sell but I just don't see it happening. It's not the way they've operated the last two years when the smart thing would have been to raise the white flag after the 2017 season.
  13. There’s no way they don’t sell. They are about to lose the two best trade pieces they have for nothing in the offseason, while they could strike while the iron’s hot in a definite seller’s market. Not to mention that farm system is barren.
  14. Fair assessment. I think Moore would certainly benefit in Carolina if Cam had a functioning throwing shoulder.
  15. Gtfo.. Bro, let it go
  16. Still applicable for commies today:
  17. Byrd is far away and the best of the former players, but that’s not saying a ton.
  18. Say hello to the division champs down there. Philly, the preseason division champs, is 9.5 games back
  19. Sadly and I liked him as a player. I don't think any of the Braves Live analysts are very good.
  20. Speaking of people who need to be replaced...Nick Green is abysmal.
  21. Yep!! He used his fastball tonight.
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