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  • Apr 16, 2018 01:47 AM
    Last: 2hr

    My long term boom picks:

    QB Mason Rudolph. Will be watching that selection real close. It depends on what team he goes to. But this coouuld be the next Patriot leader, after Brady leaves.. either way, I think he is undervalued as like the 6th or 7th best ranked qb in this draft right now.

    CB Denzel Ward. Would be awesome if he goes to Denver. Smart replacement for Talib. But wherever he goes, I think he can become a shutdown corner in the league with time.

    WR Cortland Sutton. I really like Ridley, but I think in the long term it will actually be Sutton that's remembered as the best pick for this position in this whole draft. He has all the ability to be an elite WR1. I also think he should go to the Cowboys to replace Dez.

    WR DJ Moore. Have to pick another pass catcher as this guy is also super impressive to me. He kind of reminds me of Antonio Brown. That mold does really well in the NFL. If he lands on the right team with the right coach, he could be very very good. Something like Emmanuel Sanders mixed with AB.. sounds like the Steelers kind of mold, yeah? :)

    DE Bradley Chubb. I'm buying the hype on this guy. Expected to go in the top 3-10, he seems like the real deal.

  • Apr 24, 2018 09:45 AM
    Last: 2hr

    Is this a good idea? Heard the Browns are actually considering drafting 2 quarterbacks with their #1 and #4 picks in the draft, just to secure the position, in case one qb doesn't work out OR one gets hurt down the line. So for depth and security reasons.

    But is there any real merit to this strategy?? I excepted to google this and find only negative opinion articles, but to my surprise, it's a bit more split with sports writers than I thought.

    Do you think it's at all wise to double down in a single draft on just the qb position? Seems to me a pure desperation move as you are giving up the chance to get a first round talent at another position, not trusting your ability to land the right QB with your first choice.

    Also there is precedent of many teams selecting 2 qbs in the whole draft. 8 total since 1994. Most notably the Redskins doing this in 2012 with Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins. But no team, including that Redskins one, did so with both picks in the first round, or even first 2 rounds.

  • Apr 08, 2018 05:42 PM
    Last: 17d

    Jordan Spieth is having an historic last round at The Masters, and great comeback. Started the day off -5 under. He is now posed to win it all with a -9 on the day through 16, making him -14 overall and currently tied for 1st place.

    The Masters lowest single round score ever at Augusta is a 63, which has happened twice. And it's been over 20 years since Greg Norman did it in 1996. Spieth is on pace to match, or even beat that all time record.

    Spieth's putting and short game is probably the best in the game when he is streaking, and that's definitely the case for the final round. Will post some more stuff once it's over with. Even if he doesn't win, this is still incredible to watch.

  • Mar 13, 2018 06:09 PM
    Last: 1mo
    Doug Martin just signed with the Raiders. Wonder what that means for Tampa's rb situation? They eyeing an rb in the draft? Also, Danny Woodhead just announced his retirement. Always liked that guy; injuries just got the better of him.
  • Mar 15, 2018 05:29 PM
    Last: 1mo

    Here's the game highlights for that one:

  • Mar 15, 2018 05:29 PM
    Last: 1mo
    Buffalo (13) just beat Arizona (4). Was a good game. Buffalo at no point in the game played like an underdog. They pushed the ball up the court all game, and played really good defense. Won with a 2nd half blowout, 89-68. Excited for them to play Kentucky in a few days. They have many solid guards; if their shooters are on, they could actually see a Sweet 16.
  • Mar 11, 2018 07:07 PM
    Last: 1mo
    Also curious if anyone here sees any Cinderella teams going all the way this year?
  • Mar 11, 2018 07:07 PM
    Last: 1mo

    Virginia got the #1 overall seed. Then Villanova, Kansas and Xavier, in that order. Which team do you think has the best path to getting the furthest in the tournament, and possibly winning in the finals?

    This will help: NCAA Tournament Official and Live Bracket

    I think Xavier has a tough road, as I really like Gonzaga and think that potential Sweet 16 showdown could spell an out for them. So that's my guess there.

    I think Villanova's is a bit tougher even than that. Could be facing Alabama in the Round of 32. And then Wichita State in the Sweet 16. I do not see them winning both those games, if it plays out that way.

    Virginia's toughest test I think is Kentucky in a potential Sweet 16 showdown. Otherwise, I think they can actually go all the way.

    And then you have Kansas, who I think has the easiest path. Sure Auburn and Clemson are quite good, but I think they can handle them. Leaves Duke in the potential Final Four as the biggest threat to them going all the way, I believe.

    So the way I see it: we could very well see Virginia v Kansas in the finals. If it's not #1 seeds in the finals, as that's not the perfect norm, I could see Gonzaga and/or Wichita State in their as well. Ideally, Gonzaga vs Kansas for me.

  • Jan 15, 2018 04:59 PM
    Last: 3mo

    Gotta be top 5 iconic ads from the Super Bowl, all time. They released the 2018 official ad which does feature Cindy, and her son along with a few other celebs:

    This is the Pepsi

  • Jan 21, 2018 09:36 PM
    Last: 3mo
    Schmidt Wrote:

    Overall, New England might be favored on paper, but the Philadelphia defense I feel will step up big time and make the ultimate difference in a close game. I pick the Eagles to win with a last second field goal by Jake Elliot.

    Yeah, good call. I think the game will come down to Philly's D line and if they can get to Brady or not enough times. I think they will need to force at least 1 big turnover to win the game.

    Game will be won or lost by the turnover stat is what I'm thinking.