Someone should seriously repost this to reddit/nfl and footballsfuture (of course with Philly getting the credit) Ball spots throughout the league are a big problem this year for some reason. Seriously.
Valid points. It's a tricky slope in a terribly polluted political environment. Some states seem to have better situations than others. What grinds my gears is the brick wall that get's thrown up nowadays before conversations are even made. Not in the case of you in the thread but in general about the tough policy decisions.
I'm not talking liberal v. conservatives so let's get the little quips out of the way. Hell, I've gone on crazy spotlighting trips with .306 and my .270; I just have very particular positions on random sh*t related to stuff that has impacted me. I'm talking people coming together to figure out adequate measures that can prevent nutjobs from acquiring weapons. If people refuse to acknowledge that the conversation should be had and something should come out of it, we won't really know what the "middle ground" I speak of really is. I'm don't want to take anything away from a normal gun owner. We're to the point where we keep talking about having to have a conversation/or claiming nothing will be done rather than just doing it.
For me, this is something an algorithm based on population density relative to area at a balanced scale should be predicated by. This country is legitimately letting the people they vote for define the areas that have weight in voting for them. That's just f*cked up.
My quick take: Another terrible situation. Having been on campus at VT, this always hits hard so this will obviously be biased and will admit it: It's not the 18th century, it's the 21st. We're in a post-industrial age where there are more guns than people in this country. Every country in the world has a population with mental health issues, they differ in laws, regulation, etc. I understand people want guns. Cool, have your guns. This is a lot like immigration for me. It's not about a particular thing. It's about an overall reconfiguration of the laws and process that make it up. I don't understand why reasonable people can't have reasonable solutions about a middle ground, especially when it keeps inflicting such an impact on the future of this country. Is there no such thing as a conversation and coming together on an issue anymore? Has the theatrics of politics really made people think a white/black case is the only possibility for anything important?
Oher and Turner's ability in run blocking may show at times but if we had a balanced receiving/blocking TE2 , the run game would greatly benefit (but I like Dickson for what he is). I'd love to find a big TE2 sometime soon. That would be huge for Cam because I can tell we have a place for a Dickson type role but with even more targets.