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Everything posted by pastorofmuppets2

  1. this cat will never throw for 4k. the notion, in and of itself, is preposterous ... good lawd, man - have you even watched the Harbags/Roman era Ratboids offense? yes, they got him upgrades at WR ... but that is really no great shakes coming from a squad that had Dez effin' Bryant active last year ... there was nowhere to go BUT up. 4k? Lamar?
  2. Dallas rotated Craig Morton & Roger Staubach back in 1971 ... they would alternate snaps, bringing the play in from Landry. once they scrapped it (and setteled on Roger) the Cowboys ran the table and defeated the Fishies to win their first SB (V1). there is, indeed, precedent.
  3. from Albert Breer, S.I. I’m not a scout, but I know enough to tell you to buy stock in Jets rookie Elijah Moore now. Going into the draft, we all knew who the first three receivers to come off the board would be, and even the order they went in was fairly predictable—Ja’Marr Chase first (to the Bengals), then Bama teammates Jaylen Waddle (Dolphins) and DeVonta Smith (Eagles). What was far more difficult to forecast was who’d be the fourth one to go. And so I did a lot of digging on that, and if you’d asked me then for the consensus on who got the fourth most love from teams, i
  4. yeah, ol' Tennyhillz is not a detriment at all to Julio hanging up beaucoup #s in Tennessee - the only thing that will slow Julio down is ... Julio. Tennyhillz has proven to be downright ruthlessly efficient more often than not ... cat can play, folks - get yer heads out yer behinds 🛀
  5. that was one hell of an enjoyable read 📚 10/10 (oh, and i would go top rb, top wr - then let the draft fall to you - and start reaching for cats you luv in the subsequent rounds, 'cuz waiting 24 picks is soul crushing).
  6. old saying at the track: "if you didn't go to the wedding, don't go to the funeral" TRANSLATION - if ya missed the good times, don't suddenly show up for the worst times. don't go to the funeral, KI9 ☎️
  7. it will land somewhere between OBJ to the Brownies/Nuk to dër Kliffmeisters ... an existential kamikaze case of a bit too much of both, but not enough of either.
  8. it's not the draft capital, it's plugging him in when you need him in a big JUICY MATCHUP!!1!!!11!!!11111!11111!!!!111!!!! and he goes 3/28/0. but, hey ... there ya go.
  9. it's a point i relentlessly drove home about last year ... that Watt gl stand effectively sunk the kid's value, as the trust in him down there evaporated ... as evidenced by the subsequent disappearance from the gl package. when you're the "lead back" on one of the leeg's most prolific offenses, and you are yanked at the stripe, well ... you're useless from our magick foosball vantage point, especially when the powers that be are perpetually averse to leaning on the ground game (lest it's raining and the Bison are ceding chunks of yds in order to contain the aerial circus). but yet,
  10. excerpt from my June 1st post in here: "uhhh, then ol' J.J. erected the great wall of Watt on a goal line series which saw our prized spec get stuffed again ... and again - and, lastly ... again. this derailed his breakout season before it truly began ... the buck 3.80 he gained on the ground, along with his Elvis like hip swivel TD jaunt were now distant memories. it was never the same after that series ... subsequent Chefs games featured a host of characters gettin the coveted gl love ... but not our boy CEH - hell, popcorn vendors and backup long snappers had a better
  11. yeah, a big NO on that, dawg ... this ain't the NBA - and i, for one, am ecstatic about that. it's still a qb driven gig, right down to Q factor ... for as wildly popular as professional tackle foosball is, the great najority of it's stars labor in relative obscurity, as per recognition and brand pumping - and gargantuan contracts are not doled out like penny candy in this leeg, either ... it be whut it be. Chubbo will get paid, tho ... his tape will earn him the prodigious coin, not his "name" - and i an totally Archie wif that. 🛼
  12. KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire says it "feels like two different seasons." The second-year player weighed in on just how different this year's offseason is compared to his rookie year during the virtual offseason. The starter was drafted in the 2020 NFL Draft as the Chiefs' first-round pick and began his time in the league during the pandemic. According to the LSU grad, a year has made all the difference. “I was coming in not really knowing anything last year so that was the first thing. I had my entire OTA season off to just to work out
  13. only one i ever use. i tried gigging in some of the "real" mock draft rooms, across other various platforms - and i'd rather eat cat ish with a knittin' needle than subject myself to the abject buffoonery of sitting there like patience on a monument for 2 minutes while folks time out again and again and again ... or watching someone go 1:59 just to select a kicker in the 2nd round to purposely eff the room. yeah, no thanks. the FFPros sim does move fast, but you can see all the players picked - not that it matters, because you can tell who is not gonna make it back around by
  14. question was "where is he going atm", and i responded in kind that it's roughly 75th off the bored atm ... i'm paying close attention to the incremental leap(s) up, because, as i have stated, i'm plucking this cat. i also allowed that he will certainly be above 75th come August ... i will reach. ⚽️🦃🛀🎳
  15. ... i think even ol' Cleetz got a chuckle outta this - well done 👏
  16. im'ma reach for this kid in all of my leegs ... cannot wait to deploy this beast as my flex all season - fully expecting 160ish carries, 50ish receptions - roughly 15 touches per. GIMME!!1!!!11!1! 🍭
  17. i do mock sims on FFPros - 12 team ppr ... he is usually floating around the pick 75-80 range - late 6th/early to mid 7th seems to be the sweet spot atm. got a feeling he'll wind up a full round higher (ppr strictly) come August
  18. gonna be awfully dodgy in ppr if the coachspeak comes to fruition, but ... the one thing MGIII is quite adept at is being proficient enuff in the passing game. if he (MGIII) is getting the vast majority of 3rd down/2 minute/ketchup, well ... that's really gonna sink the young'ns value to the point of relying on TDs and prodigious ground gains - the former is dicey on a marginal, yet promising, offense ... the latter is impossible to peg as attainable wifout seeing the chap take one live carry vs professional tackle foosball defenders. it's a stretch to imbibe that adp - gotta be a
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