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Mean Mr Mustard

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Comment 25 May 2015

Wilson is a victim of being over-hyped in more ways than one.  A lot of the times, he looks like a fighter who is always trying to land a knockout shot.  He is putting up really good numbers but could he could put up even better numbers, if he wasn't always trying to look for the knockout.  One of the reasons, maybe, is b/c he is putting up really good numbers but some people still think that he is overrated. 

Somewhat off topic, but I wonder if, since there are more H-backs, they will start playing even more to their strengths--i.e. Brown as more of a blocker, Samuels as more of a runner, and Wilson as more of a slot receiver who takes some jet sweeps.  I think Marshall is really well rounded, but I think he plays outside a little bit more this year

Comment 22 May 2015

I went to NF when I was in the sixth grade and I had a lot of fun.

Comment 07 May 2015

They're probably going to the NFL because they are scared of facing an SEC team.  Go ask SEC fans

Comment 06 May 2015

Sangria La isn't that great on the inside.

McCann is the top, but I think Don, Roger, and Joan would rather be in a smaller company where they had more power.  What I meant by the top was that Don has made a lot of money and has been successful in his professional life, but has been a total failure in his personal life

Comment 06 May 2015

He reached the top and is still not happy.  That is why you see some of the fire not there anymore in Don.  He is trying to find happiness, but he is on the wrong road again, b/c he is trying to find it by saving that girl

Comment 05 May 2015

The Blitz in the 90's was awesome.  Howard Stern in the morning, when he was good, and great music.  Rock in the 90's was not limited to Nirvana and Pearl Jam; i.e. Rage Against the Machine, White Zombie, Alice in Chains, Pantera, Tool, etc.

Comment 04 May 2015

Manny really does not have that great of a press and brawl style himself.  Mayweather has equal or better boxing skills and a reach advantage on Manny.  He had to press and turn it into a brawl, but that really is not too much of his style. 

Comment 04 May 2015

Too many Fancy Dans in boxing.  One of the problems is that the vast majority of these boxer, especially in the lower weight classes, play a real boxing game/runner strategy.  Ali, Leonard, and others had a runner strategy, but some of their opponents could stalk and press better than these guys nowadays.  I am having a hard time remembering a fight where Ali or Leonard fought another runner.  We all remember their fights with brawlers.  This is what makes the last two Pac-Man fights so boring.  He really has a runner strategy himself, just not to the degree of Mayweather. 

Comment 03 May 2015

If you're going to be a ground and pound guy at a high level, you need to be extremely good at wrestling and/or Judo.  Once you get to the ground, you have to understand the Jiu-jitsu and submission game really well also, or you'll get tapped pretty quick.  You have to know enough about striking to get to the grappling range, when you are standing up.

There were some extremely unskilled guys in MMA years ago, but that is not the case now.

Comment 30 Apr 2015

I didn't catch the Skull Session, but I think MM has the potential to be a new, improved version of Alex Smith.  I think that Smith could've been a better QB, if the 49ers didn't change OCs every year and if they just ran a hybrid Spread Option/Pro-Style offense.  I hate to say it, but Hairball had the right idea of what to do w/ Smith.

Comment 30 Apr 2015

If Johny M starts taking his job seriously and they get enough talent around him, the Browns can win.  Example: Russell Wilson

Comment 30 Apr 2015

Tom Brady is in a spread offense

Russell Wilson is in a Spread Option, Pro-Style mix offense.

People are excited about MM because he has more pure QB skill than other spread option QB

Comment 29 Apr 2015

The photo needs to add Hoyer, Manziel, and, probably, after he throws an INT and the Browns decide he is a system QB so they trade him for a 3rd, Mariotta.

Comment 28 Apr 2015

Hmmmm.  I have been thinking about checking out a Yankees game

Comment 28 Apr 2015

The vast majority of QBs that leave early are not successful in the NFL.  Jones has a lot of talent and huge upside, but he is still pretty raw.  King is probably right that somebody would have taken a chance on him, but, in the long run, having a longer career in the NFL will make Jones more money.