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  • May 12, 2018 05:23 PM
    Last: 9d
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    Dallasite Wrote:

    Webb is now -19 under. Closest guy to him is -12 under. Simpson's the only guy in the whole tournament to shoot under 70 all of the first 3 rounds. Gotta think he has it in the bag..

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    Not so fast. Spieth is out of it. But Woods is now only 4 shots back, with 6 holes to go..

    Watching from NBC Golf Channel live stream here right now. That's the Tiger/Spieth pairing feed.

  • May 12, 2018 05:23 PM
    Last: 9d
    816

    First off, 2 of best interesting golfers to follow had a big day 3 at the Players tournament I think worth talking about: Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth.

    Both barely made the day 2 cut. Both started the day only -1 overall. Then both shot a -7 on the day, finding themselves 8 shots off the lead and tied for 9th place.

    It's not impossible for either of them to actually contend for the championship on day 4. Though an 8 shot deficient is pretty unlikely to come back from. Would require an awful amount of luck and good fortune in a single day. Should make for a dramatic final 9. :)

    Finally there's Webb Simpson. This guy basically came from out of nowhere, matching the course record on one of his days, and leading the whole pack strong at -17 under. I wonder if this is the coming out party for Simpson, or just another golfer finding his stride and putting together a great mini run, just to settle back into the middle of the pack?

  • Apr 16, 2018 02:01 AM
    Last: 25d
    998

    The Eagles pulled a fast one in the 2nd round and moved up just one pick ahead of Dallas to take the best tight end off the board at the time: Dallas Goedert. This is sneaky and interesting from a lot of different angles. Jason Witten just retired and now Dallas really needs a replacement. Philly loved sticking it to them like that. And Goedert is big and psychical and should be a great addition to any team. Very smart on their part, though can't tell if Dallas would have for sure taken the guy. Either way, the Eagles got better and stopped a division rival at the same time.

  • Apr 24, 2018 09:45 AM
    Last: 28d
    435
    Dumb idea and I wouldn't put it past the Browns to do it. That would be terrible for both picks too. Imagine the headline: Sam Darnold and Josh Allen both taken by the Browns.. at least one of their careers is dead in the water before it even starts.
  • Apr 16, 2018 01:47 AM
    Last: 25d
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    I'll go with just one bust and one boom pick cause some of the big names are already mentioned here..

    BOOM - Roquan Smith. Outside linebacker. I think he will be a multiple time pro bowler. And it probly doesn't matter where he goes either.

    BUST - Josh Allen. If the Browns take him.. I just don't see it. Arm strength isn't THAT important. The Browns need a smart QB. If he goes to the Jets, same deal. Denver, once again. Basically I'm saying if Josh Allen is taken in the top 5, he will be a bust because he won't become a franchise QB.

  • Apr 05, 2018 11:25 AM
    Last: 1mo
    8k
    I don't think so. I think the competition is stiffer for Tiger vs the years he dominated early on in his career. Top 20 at the best, if he even qualifies past day 2.
  • Mar 18, 2018 10:38 PM
    Last: 2mo
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    Of all the Sweet Sixteen match-ups, I am most excited for those 3 in bold:

    9 Kansas State vs 5 Kentucky
    11 Loyola Chicago vs 7 Nevada
    3 Michigan vs 7 Texas A&M
    11 Syracuse vs 2 Duke
    1 Kansas vs 5 Clemson
    3 Texas Tech vs 2 Purdue
    9 Florida State vs 4 Gonzaga
    1 Villanova vs 5 West Virginia

    Loyola has been sort of an out of nowhere surprise team for me this year that I was lucky enough to watch a majority of their first two wins, both coming in the last few seconds. Probably my favorite underdog still alive in the tournament, with a legit chance. So naturally I'm biased against Nevada.

    Syracuse is a close second though. Wouldn't be crazy if 2 11 seeds made it to the finals? I know it won't happen. Just hope that it will. But I did pick Duke to win it all, so there's that.

    I had Duke playing Gonzaga in the finals in most of my brackets actually. So my picks are biased to underdogs and my bracket picks. Either way, I see those being the most exciting games to watch out for, for the Sweet 16. Wanted to share and see if anyone here agrees.

  • Mar 15, 2018 05:29 PM
    Last: 2mo
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  • Mar 11, 2018 07:07 PM
    Last: 2mo
    3.7k
    How's everyone's bracket doing? Still have any champ winners in the mix?
  • Mar 15, 2018 05:29 PM
    Last: 2mo
    3.8k
    "The madness is real! Syracuse crushes Michigan State's hopes!" - announcer at the end of a really good upset game. 3 seed just lost to an 11 seed - Syracuse. 55-53. Definitely will link a vid in a bit when it surfaces on youtube. Very good game, yet another that came down to the last second. The strategy of always fouling immediately by the coach was absolutely the right call. It won them the game.