I hope Steven Adams wears a cast-iron cup, and Draymond Green breaks his foot.
What do these guys have to look forward to?
The 4:00 special at MCL.
but the guys with the better hands tend to have slower feet (maybe something to do with fast twitch vs. slow twitch muscle composition and its affect on hand-eye coordination) and the guys who are better in space with the ball in their hands are generally shitty catchers of the ball.
I'm not sure there is (or isn't) a relationship between fast/slow twitch, and hand-eye coordination.
I think the dichotomy we see is due to:
* if you're not a threat to take it to the house, you have to be extremely sure handed, or you don't win the job
* if you're not extremely sure-handed, you have to be an extreme threat after a clean catch, or you don't win the job
(If you're sure-handed and an extreme threat after a clean catch, you're Ted Ginn.)
Basically, the coaches treat it like buying stock: determine the maximum risk you can tolerate, and then go with the (ahem) greatest potential return that doesn't exceed that maximum risk.
He's #7 on the "Ohio Only" list.
I am setting the over-under, for number of 2016 regular season touchdown passes from Griffin to Pryor, to 1.
I believe that Joey Galloway benched 400+, in addition to running a 4.27 40; so it's not out of the question.
It sounded like he entered the draft in order to see where he stood.
I think David Bell suggested he give it a shot.
Good guys dont always finish last!
But that's the way to bet!
(with apologies to Damon Runyan)
This is un-American.
with hands sticky from a quickly melting cherry popsicle.
I think Mark May prefers a different flavor of popsicle.
Fivethirtyeight.com just posted this article on the topic.
Pedro Martinez gets my vote for:
- Best pitcher I ever saw.
- Baseball player I would most like to punch in the face. That scrawny bastard must have had one of the highest HBP-to-BB ratios of all time.
Also, I never saw him, but I understand that Sidd Finch could really sling it.
Well, if Houston wins 7 games this year, I bet they don't get an invitation from the Poulan Weedeater Bowl.
I think someone is obligated to say it: pictures, or it didn't happen!
To most East Coast residents, Ohio and Illinois are pretty much the same thing.
How exactly does a posi-trac rear-end on a Plymouth work?
A Plymouth? You're showing your age, Uncle Kozmo.
That's exactly what I thought when I read the headline. No thanks.
Someday, you need to tell us about your experience at Woodstock.
Maybe he should start with the layups, and work his way from there.
Mark Dantonio defended his QB Tuesday:
Well, sure. Eddie Haskell was probably popular with his teachers and coaches, too.
Lyle shot 39.7% overall, and just 25.2% on 3-pt attempts. Considering how many layups he shot, his overall shooting percentage is uninspiring.
Per rotoworld, re: Higgins:
PFF ranks him as the ninth-best receiver in the 2015 pool and the No. 1 receiver outside of the Power-5.
If he's that good, then this is a steal.
I'm guessing that the Browns see Devalve as a "stretch the field" TE, not as a WR; but still, that's 4 WRs. Hopefully all of the rookie WR's make the team; should be entertaining to see how Griffin reacts when they mis-read the defense and run the wrong routes.
When looking at scouting reports of players the Browns have drafted, common themes are "good work ethic" and "goes hard every down".
After dealing with Manziel and Gordon, it's apparent that Browns are after guys who really want to play in the NFL.
Jackson was with Bengals when they cut Pryor, so he evidently doesn't think too highly of him.
Be back in thirty.
You a fast walker?