Smashed burger, quality bun, sautéed mushrooms, onions, and jalapeños, with real blue cheese crumbles Some quality bacon strips would be nice.
I think something that is a challenge when comparing states is some states are going about testing differently than others. Ohio for example is testing anybody that shows up to a drive in testing site, other states are just testing symptomatic people. So obviously the positivity rates will be different. That being said, Ohio’s positivity is increasing.
This struck me immediately when they came out with their plan. Why they took five weeks to play again blew my mind, because the teams had been practicing. They should have have started two weeks ago....
Here is the thing to understand, the rapid test that is being used in the daily screening is not perfect. I believe it has a high 90% (likely 95-97%) sensitivity/specificity rate. So when you are literally running thousands a day you will get some inaccurate results. The positives will likely be confirmed with PCR which is much more accurate, hence them testing negative after the fact.
I also know a relatively healthy dude that is now waiting on a double lung transplant, so let’s not pretend it’s absolutely nothing to worry about.
I think college football needs some sort of governing body to try to keep all the conferences on the same playing field in terms of rules and regulations. That being said the NCAA has been a hypocritical mess for years and the absolute lack of leadership during the Rona situation is embarrassing.
Honestly I’m just happy this dudes twitter page is relevant again.
Sure hope they can reschedule it
I understand that the current regime at Washington isn’t the one that drafted him. I just can’t wrap my head around the fact that the owner/football people could have watched him at Ohio State and think this is a polished day one starter that we should give up on after 11 NFL games. Dude has played basically 25 games since being a high school QB.
Honestly the dude in Buffalo is currently doing it, Haskins has had less than a year as a starter in the NFL. Basically the dude has had like 20 plus starts since high school football.
He hasn’t been good no doubt. But I was always a bit worried with him leaving after just one year as a starter. You could tell he had arm talent but wasn’t ready and needed to develop. Probably should have done it at OSU but he got his guaranteed money, unless a major turn around happens he won’t get that second contract though. I was thinking the same thing about Fields, glad he is getting hopefully a half of a season to try to make that decision.
Honestly I’m having trouble deciding who you are replying to because nobody in this part of the comment thread is saying you should draft a WR high. I just feel they are good at WR with Boyd, Higgins, Tate, and Thomas. It is possible that Green turns it on as he may regain his speed and cutting as the season goes on, but either way I don’t see them resigning him. Yes, this team needs LB and CB help. Though they never really draft LB that high and sunk a lot of money into the CB position this past offseason. I think OL or DL is the main priority but CB is a possibility. LB need improvement but I would expect a little lower of a pick and a lower WR is a possibility as well.
That’s where I’m at, it is hard to project where they end up draft wise thought I expect maybe 4 wins. That put them in the 7-10 range. I would rather overdraft Wyatt Davis there than Wade, I think with Davis you would sure up a position for the next decade while protecting your largest investment. That is unless a good tackle or DL prospect is available.
To it is just a reminder of how important it is for a QB to go to a good organization. Does anybody think Lamar wins the MVP last year if he had been drafted by Washington DC?? As a Bengals fan, that’s why I still worry about Burrow even though he has been great so far.
This team needs OL or DL help in a major way. You can’t ignore the fact that Jacksonville has one sack 4 games into the year. The bengals pass rush is also nonexistent.
First of all half seems like a pretty decent reduction. Does this take into account what face covering one is wearing (shirt, surgical, bandanna)? And whether both parties are actually wearing the covering properly??
Ok, Cool Hook Em, or something....
It was interesting watching the ISU game and the UGA game. Literally everyone in the crowd at ISU had a mask on and almost nobody in the UGA crowd had one on. I’m not making a judgement, just curious to see how this plays out.
My dream is to hang 100 on Dabo and Clemson
Right and as you have seen you can complement them with lesser role WR (Thomas, Tate, a speedy slot guy etc). OL or defensive player maker is the only pick IMO,
Honestly I’d take Wyatt Davis at 4. Is it to high possibly a few picks to high. But if you now have solved a spot on the OL for the next 10 years and possibly keep Burrow alive its worth over picking for me.
As a bengals fan, I would be pissed with this pick. The biggest problem with this team is OL or defense (especially DL). Yes, you don’t want to reach for an OL in the top 5 but you could likely trade down if necessary. This team lacks any sort of difference maker on the defense.
That episode made me want to drive to Charleston for some grub.
Is slow think 30 minute shows struggle when it comes consuming them through binge watching. They just seem to short and choppy, amazing how quick a 30 minute show is over without commercials. That being said, Ron Swanson is the man.
Does the fact that the NL central has 4 playoff teams help???
I agree, I’m sure you kind find an exception. This is why I was really worried about Fields hoping to the NFL after just one year as a starter and a prolonged year off, glad he has a chance in 2020. This is not from a selfish I want him a Buckeye, but as wanting to see him succeed at the next level.
Important stats for Bauer, I believe he was top five in least run support. Both him and Castillo were in top 5.