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  1. Appreciate it. Spent the weekend on Lake Blue Ridge. Spending today trying to recover.
  2. Oliver needs to drastically improve or we'll be drafting another CB next draft. 65 completions on 98 targets (66%), 527 air yards and 381 yards after catch given up, and 5 TD's and 7 missed tackles on those 65 comps, overall 113 QBR allowed. That's bad. Real bad. And Sheffield wasn't any better. 41 completions on 55 targets (75% YIKES!), 213 air yards and 232 yards after catch given up, and 2 TD's and 5 missed tackles on those 41 comps, overall 110 QBR allowed. No wonder we were bottom in the league in pass coverage. ETA: And here's Trufant for reference. He wasn't any better either. 25 completions on 38 targets (66%), 299 air yards and 143 yards after catch given up, and 4 TD's and 4 missed tackles on those 25 comps, overall 101 QBR. All terrible.
  3. BTW, here are all the stats on Gurley, in case anyone wanted to delve into them:
  4. Oh, and to add Todd Gurley to this... In 2018, Gurley was 3.0 average yards after contact for 774, with a BT rate of 9.4% and YAC rate of 61.9%. In 2019, Gurley was 2.5 average yards after contact for 562, with a BT rate of 14.3% and YAC rate of 65.6%. So looks like he had a slump in average YAC, but he still had a stellar broken tackle rate and still got YAC on the majority of times he was touched. One of the things I noticed is they ran him inside a lot more last year than in previous years, so maybe that made a difference. He does his best work when going outside the tackles.
  5. I did an analysis of advanced stats on our RB's, and a few other RB's in the league, some months back. I'll see if I can find it and show why Freeman was absolute trash last year and why he got cut. If I remember correctly, he had the lowest yards after contact of any RB in the league, or close to it, plus a couple other things that were ugly.
  6. It's the entire state of New York, which has nearly 19.5 million people in it, is the 4th most populated state in the country, and was the hardest hit state in the country by CV-19. And you somehow don't think it's relevant? Well that's pretty obtuse and silly.
  7. Yep. I'm just trying to give people hope that there will be a football season, and supporting why I think that with real data. I don't understand why anyone would shoot that down without even looking at that data and making their own conclusions. Do they really not want a football season?
  8. I've merely supplied real substantiated factual data, and then gave analysis and deductive conclusions based on that data. It shouldn't bother anyone that it contradicts the "official" narratives on Covid19. In fact, I'd become suspect of people's motivations for choosing to ignore this data and turn defensive of the bureaucratic narrative. I mean, if it turns out that this illness was here much earlier than thought, then that means there is almost assuredly widespread herd immunity already in place, and therefore much greater likelihood of us having a sports/football season. Which should be the hope of everyone here. Ignoring relevant data and arguing against that seems odd.
  9. Yes, to some lab in Wuhan, China. Patient zero in December, 2019. We all know that's the "official" report from "honest government officials and the so honest WHO". But again, I just supplied real data that suggests New York had the worst flu season in 100 years, and that flu season seemingly came to a screeching halt the instant COVID test kits rolled out. I mean if you want to ignore the very strange data and just trust bureaucrats, I guess that's your prerogative.
  10. No, this is flu cases in New York State per their health department. Link Go back one page and read my analysis of what you're looking at. Just be open-minded and apply some quite simple logical deduction. Understand that 2017-18 was supposedly the worst flu season in 50 years, and this year we blew it away by +34% margin. Which is completely unreasonable. This means that we just had THE WORST flu season since the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic. From October 1 to Feb. 28th, the state of New York had 157,000 reported flu cases. 2017-18 was 117,000 during that period. The normal flu season in NYS is around 70,000-85,000. So that's a +34% increase over the worst flu season in 50 years, and a +85% increase over the typical flu season. It just seems absurdly improbable that we SUPPOSEDLY just had the worst flu season since the Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918, and then that flu season came to a screeching halt the instant CV-19 test kits were rolled out at the beginning of March. Don't ya think?
  11. Again, we already had both at the same time. There's no other explanation for this:
  12. Yeah I was kind of floored when I looked into flu numbers and saw that year over year comparison chart for New York. Also, I'm 1000% sure my wife had CV-19 from late November to late January. She's a nurse at Kennestone Hospital, and her, and about two-dozen other nurses, PA's, and doctors she works with, coughed for nearly 10 straight weeks during that period. Like violently coughing, to the point it was making her puke and dry-heave constantly. All day, every day for ~10 weeks. I got it for about a week and my kids got it for about 2 weeks around Christmas. But my wife has nasty asthma, so it hit her harder. We all thought it was the flu. Minor random fevers for a day or two, but nothing serious. Just a bad cough for a week or so. But my wife's cough was insane. She tried everything to fight it. Humidifier, Abreo inhaler (this chalky white crap, she still takes this now, trying to ween off it though), steroids, antibiotics, multiple different inhalers, nothing worked. Finally, after about 9 weeks, it just slowed down and eventually went away. But I'm certain she has damaged her lungs and larynx. Her voice is noticeably scratchy still and she has to constantly run a humidifier at night or she wakes up with her throat dry and burning. We had no idea what she had until suddenly CV-19 became a thing. It all made sense after that, except for the fact they were trying to say it was new in January. This thing was definitely here before January, and I suspect tens of millions of people had it and recovered from it already. And that data I found from NYS regarding flu tracking solidified it for me.
  13. Well, considering most of this country probably already has herd immunity and antibodies, since what we had in March was likely already the second wave of this virus, I think we'll figure out that re-opening things in phases, and just being smart about doing it slower in bigger cities like NYC, is going to workout fine. Here is the flu tracker for NY State from October through first couple weeks of March. NYS Heath Dept. official Flu Tracker The 2017-18 flu season was credited as the worst flu season in 50 years, but supposedly 2019-20 just blew it away by a +34% margin, making this flu season the worst since the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic. Think about that and look at those numbers. Weeks 40-46, there were nearly double the normal flu cases. Weeks 47-2 there were nearly triple the normal amount of flu cases. Weeks 3-6 it's back to double with a slow curtailing off. And then suddenly, almost the instant that CV-19 test kits get rolled out at the beginning of March, the number of flu cases plummets to around 5% of their normal weekly amount... in supposedly the worst flu season since 1918. Conclusion? CV-19 was here already as far back as October 2019, and people were going to the hospital with both the flu AND CV-19. But they weren't getting tested for CV-19 because it wasn't a thing back then. The CDC estimates that 60+ million people a year get the flu, but the VAST majority of them are asymptomatic and don't get sick. Most of us could go to the hospital right now and very likely test positive for one or more flu strains currently in our body. But we have antibodies to them so they don't make us sick. But, droves of people, WAY above the norm, were going to the hospital between November and February and testing positive for the flu. More so than any time in the last 100 years. Again, think about that. In the year where we end up with a new virus pandemic, we also have the worst flu season in 100 years? And then almost the instant we begin testing for that new virus, the worst flu season in 100 years nearly vanishes? How is that reasonable? Is this not a huge indicator that people who would normally have been asymptomatic with the flu were going to the hospital with symptomatic CV-19, but being diagnosed with the flu because they weren't aware of or testing for CV-19? So, IF this is actually true, and CV-19 already hit this country hard, and when we thought we were having a bad flu season we were really just having both a mild flu season and the introduction of CV-19 at the same time, then this would mean what happened in March was already the "second wave" of CV-19, and it's quite possible much of the country already has herd immunity and antibodies. And if that turns out to be true, then this means re-opening things back up, especially in slow and coordinated phases, might result in a much smaller "spike" than is expected. And if that's the case, then it's very likely we would have a football season. I'm hoping this is the case.
  14. A project?? WTF?? The kid has arguably the best overall technique of any CB in the draft. Even Deion Sanders acknowledges this. Silky-smooth feet and hips, turns his head, superb mirror speed and closing speed, body control, size, exceptional length, and a great fearless tackler. The #2 overall college defense and defensive coordinator put this kid on an island against every #1 receiver of every team they faced, and in 426 coverage snaps in 15 games, he only gave up 23 receptions and 3 TD’s, 2 of which were in one game against J’Marr Chase. And you think this guy is a “project”?? LOL, dude you are really bad at this and should stop posting.
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