jeffro2000

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  1. That was encouraging at least. I'm fine with him not setting the world on fire in summer league, but I don't want him to look horrible like he did in the 1st 3 against guys who aren't going to be on an NbA roster.
  2. I get it's only 3 games and it's a process, but he has been terrible so far. It's not like he is going against much NBA talent. He is playing against other rookies and guys that aren't very good. Hopefully it works out. Maybe he just needs one good shooting game to get his confidence and get going, but his weaknesses are glaring right now.
  3. Everyone was picking them last year too because of M. Bennett. They have improved some this year though. 2 straight drafts they have devoted to that garbage secondary and they upgraded the Dline. The run game showed some promise last year too, but they aren't a team I fear. We match up against them because their best play is Rodgers scrambling and finding someone. Our Defensive speed closes those windows and makes him get rid of the ball sooner than he wants. 5th/6th best team in the conference IMO.
  4. Yeah, I'm not going to knock anyone but she isn't my cup of tea. She isn't ugly but just looks like a female Ric Flair and her body type doesn't do it for me. I wouldn't kick her out of bed though. She's bigger than me.
  5. On topic, I thought he would be in the bottom half of the top 10, but #4 shows the respect he has across the league. A. Donald should be higher than 7. I would put him #2. The man is just so disruptive. He reminds me of what Suh use to do in college.
  6. Of course. I feared this all day. I hope it works out for them.
  7. That is basically my thoughts. I want Doncic, but if they don't, then trade back, take a big and then try to fight back up for Young. Going down to 5 for Young is blah to me. Just wait and see and hopefully they make the right choice whatever that is.
  8. But we got 2
  9. I doubt it is anything like that, he is just their 3rd LBer. He played around 25% of their Defensive snaps in 2016 and was on Pace for the same prior to J. Hicks injury last yr. He did play well last yr though after struggling in 2016. If cheap, he would be a nice addition but he isn't a world beater.
  10. I too assumed Tampa. I believe in 2nd chances, so I hope someone gives him a shot. He is good enough to still be playing. A properly motivated Hageman can be a good player.
  11. Glad it's done and pretty much what people expected. I am anxious to see the breakdown, but I wouldn't be surprised to see it amended down the road. (Salary converted to bonuses, etc) I am not anxious to read all the complaining, and soon many will start creating their own threads to complain in as this one isn't suffice
  12. I was hoping for a DT but expected it to be Oliver. He just fits what DQ wants in a CB too much to pass up. Still hoping to get 2 Dts and there will still be some in rds 3&4. We need to bring back Rubin still at a minimum but prefer Hankins of course.
  13. I just figure he is done if the Seahawks are releasing him. They are rebuilding their D, and would want their 21 yr old top pick from last year in the fold. His condition has been pretty hush hush it seems, we don't know where he is at mentally/physically. Most people doubt he is ever playing again.
  14. Yeah, if he had failed a 3rd PED test then that is a 2yr ban. It looks like this is his 2nd SUSPENSION under the substance abuse policy which would mean his 5TH failed test. 6th I think if marijuana. This appears to be his 7th failed test then. Stimulants are treated as both PEDs and Substances depending on if you failed during the season or off season. I'm not sure how suspensions would be done, if say he did fail 5-7 tests for a stimulant, but some during season and some not. I don't think that's the case.
  15. I had never bothered to read about him or anything until this weekend. I just knew of him as a good young golfer, a bit emotional/fiery, and great in the international competitions. I didn't know he had went to UGA or Augusta St or any of the stories associated with that. I didn't mind him winning yesterday, I was rooting for Rory and then Fowler, not a Spieth fan, but that story makes you think. Sounds tough for the parents, but I won't jump to conclusions as I'm not there. However, my family is way too important to me to ever think about cutting them out.