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Big Daddy Dex

Detroit, MI (via Findlay, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   July 09, 2019

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  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Ted Ginn Jr.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Houston Texans
  • NHL TEAM: Detroit Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Detroit Pistons
  • MLB TEAM: Detroit Tigers
  • SOCCER TEAM: PSG

Recent Activity

Comment 09 Sep 2020

I always use my first five or so picks on RB-RB-WR-WR-FLEX or TE if one of the best TE is still available. Can never go wrong with lots of depth at those positions. Quarterback is not a difference maker most weeks, especially in PPR leagues.

Comment 27 Jul 2020

In the video they discussed how they coded the entire topography using mathematical formulas written by a professor for a paper he did. One of the most complex things I've seen for the game. But yes, the builders are doing the entire thing by hand, one city at a time.

Comment 24 Jul 2020

Really incredible that people have this much talent and time as to where I can barely build a single block in four hours.

Comment 23 Oct 2019

We should make our own bourbon whiskey that uses the special ingredient of opponents' tears to add that smokiness (mirage) to the bottle.

Comment 22 Oct 2019

I listen to the Valenti Show on 97.1 The Ticket here in Detroit on my way home from work everyday. and they constantly talk about how Michigan had this expectation with hiring Harbaugh that they would "return to greatness." However, just the other day they were discussing how Michigan hasn't been a top tier program in a long time. Michigan has won one two conference titles this millenia and has won one national title since 1948 (in 1997). Essentially, Michigan has not been good since they played with leather helmets, so the idea that they have been this "elite program" in the past 70 years false. They are a second tier program, and until they learn to accept that, they will never be happy with their results. Realistically, a B1G title and competing for the CFP every 4-5 years should be what the ceiling for their expectations are.