That's basically what this scientific study confirmed: "laying down"
I love how people like to constantly point out that Indiana beat Mizzou but ignore that same argument for Va Tech beating us.
I think your assessment is spot on. I was thinking that is one mean looking guy.
Also, is this correct: "Round 17 to the Philadelphia Eagles with the 17th pick"?
While CBs more often get drafted in the first round, safeties aren't shut out. 8 safeties have gone in the first round the past 3 years.
Is the crutch in anticipation?
$50-$100 and not for a crappy seat, which is probably why I don't attend many games.
To me (and most likely everyone else), the three biggest concerns are (1) interior defensive line depth, (2) down the field stretch receiver, and (3) corner.
While the interior line may be somewhat weak, it's also backed up by a very strong group of linebackers as well as Bosa off the end. And while we may be missing a stretch the defense receiver, I think there are plenty of weapons especially if JT wins the job and he can dominate the intermediate routes and Jalin, Dontre, et al can stretch the field horizontally or Braxton wins and he can do the same but also with his running.
But, when Apple went out for a few plays last year, watching Conley get abused was not fun at all. That really concerned me. Now, players develop and so Conley will be an improved player (or Webb or Lattimore of whomever). But for that reason, I would bring back Gamble.
Also, as a bonus he could return kicks and remove a lot of my anxiety during the games.
Did i miss the section on "don't bite on a double move in a close game when you don't have help over the top"?
Anymore? I've heard of people leaving early "to beat the traffic" my entire life.
Unless we're playing with 4 new offensive line starters and a quarterback that hasn't played in 2 years, then not at all.
He was All-Big Ten twice, so that really should be 6 points making the total 15.
However, the NBA is almost as laughably bad as well
If you are talking UFC, Georges St-Pierre is the greatest welterweight. Royce Gracie and Matt Hughes were also welterweights.
If we are talking about the real Chuck Norris and not the internet hyperbole version of Chuck Norris, GSP and Hughes would have destroyed him. Their wrestling is on another level.
Wow. Kentucky is playing Duke, UCLA, Ohio State, Louisville, and Kansas all in their non-conference slate.
Is Okafor easily #1? I see Towns as #1 in more mock drafts.
Also, given this community's history of believing Craft was 100% going to be drafted and Bennett was absolutely a first rounder, second at worst, I'm surprised it's not all "definitely" and "probably" answers.
"big, physical PG" Are you sure you are watching Steph Curry?
That appears to be doing very right
Quite a few gems in those 3-star ranks.
That there's an RV. Yeah, yeah, I borrowed it off a buddy of mine. He took my house, I took the RV. It's a good looking vehicle, ain't it?
I guess I'm too old and/or not hip enough when I don't realize LAX is for lacrosse and instead I'm trying to figure out why the Los Angeles airport is fighting evil powers and how that relates to some unidentified Ohio State team.
Your first paragraph makes no sense. By your definition, the bad boxing match would not have vicious shots or good movement whereas the best MMA fight would. Therefore, the MMA fight would be more enjoyable to you.
Secondly, if every MMA fight you've watched has been "roll around on the ground and hope to God that the other person taps out" then you must not have watched very many fights. But you do have limited time and limited money, so to each his own.
Also the people that claim Columbus is the largest city in Ohio are the same ones that claim Columbus is larger than Boston. Not using metropolitan stats is a joke.
edit: Additional cities Columbus is "larger" than: D.C. (metro 5.6mil), Miami (metro 5.5mil), Atlanta (metro 5.3mil), Detroit (metro 4.3mil), Seattle (metro 4.3mil) and then I stopped looking.
Exactly. And there have been no changes in development or anything since then. Why can't people understand this??? After all, Drew Bledsoe already beat Tom Brady for the starting job. He's clearly keeping that job.
This is the correct answer.