Khyber53

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  1. If they were really good at determining the best drafts, they'd been working for one of the teams rather than running a website. Just sayin'.
  2. Trump vs. Hillary

    I don't think Hillary will make it to election day without being brought up under charges for the e-mail scandal. I think that the DNC is asking Sanders to keep campaigning so that if this does boil over, they can turn to him as their candidate for the presidency. Now that the FBI is involved, there's not much of a chance they aren't going to find something they can prosecute her for.
  3. Beating the snot out of other teams doesn't make their fans love us. I'm fine with that. More than fine with that.
  4. Let's play pick two running backs

    Would you hold it against me if I said, "None of the three make me think that the future has arrived."? The drop off following Stewart and Tolbert is pretty heavy across the board. If I had to choose, it would be CAP and Wegher just because they are still early in their careers, might have untapped potentials and are cheaper for the time being. That being said, if Stewart were to get injured, none of the three would have what it takes to take over the RB1 position. And Tolbert can't make it for a full game carrying the load. Sure hope that I'm proven wrong, but I'd love to see us looking around for a good backup for Stewart.
  5. Anyone ever cook Sous Vide???

    It's the George Foreman grill of 2016. For a narrow range of foods, it will allow you to turn out a fantastic product without a lot of fuss, mess or study. It will also allow you to cook another range of foods to a consistent, but fair-at-best quality. And then there will always be those who will take it too far and ruin some foods. Just remember that once upon a time, they were telling us the best way to roast a chicken was in the microwave. I'm sure they are fun and take some of the guess work out of some cooking, but they will never beat a hot skillet for browning (the Malliard reaction is the cornerstone of good cooking), a low and slow braise for tenderization, steaming for sealing in juices and retaining crispness in veggies, or the satisfying joy of something deep fried. Work that narrow band of items that it is really designed for and it will be money well spent and enjoyed. Just don't throw out the old cast iron, because sometimes the oldest methods are still the best.
  6. My early depth chart of the Panthers atm

    I think a big part of Ginn's success is that with Cam, he finally has a quarterback he can't outrun. That's a really big deal for a speedster receiver like him. When he gets the chance to go in a straight line and turn on the jets full blast, it is hard to stop him. Playing with a QB with a weaker arm might mean he could only use say 90% of his potential, cutting back on those breakaways. Also, they really just seem to have a rapport between the two. A high-risk, high reward guy like Ginn needs that relationship, because it's a trust thing again and again.
  7. My early depth chart of the Panthers atm

    Information too solid to argue with. Make KB_Fan the Undersecretary to the General Manager for the Panthers.
  8. Gentlemans plans seem to assume he can....

    We just went to the Superb Owl after a 15-1 season and managed to keep the vast majority of our team together, minus on big name cornerback. How much of an impact do we expect any rookie player to have on that record? We're drafting for long term continuity now. It won't be sexy, but impact players go to desperate, sucky teams. We're at the "will he be a good fit for the team" level and not "will he save my job" level. It's a good place to be, even if draft day is a bit boring.
  9. Sorry. Gettlemens Draft This Year Blows

    We went into this draft as one of the strongest teams in the league. We could have been contenders for the coming season without ever drafting a single player. This draft did us no harm at all, and could net us some big returns because we bet on guys who would fit our team. We're going to be fine and I believe DG knows more about what he's doing than any of us do.
  10. 7th rnd: TE: Beau Sandland

    The kid gets to learn from one of the best tight ends to play the game, gets additional solid teaching from ED and a great coaching staff, plus will be on a team that features a TE heavy offense. He just landed in the best place he could have imagined. If he makes the most of all of these opportunities, he'll be a steal as a 7th rounder.
  11. Edmund Kugbila making a comeback

    Won't hurt to have him at a couple of mini-camps. Should be an easy read to determine whether they should save him an official camp spot or not. If he looks like there's a good drive and he's recovered from injury, couldn't hurt to have him in summer training camp. Still, he's got a lot to work against. He'd have to make one of those "ask for nothing, give everything" efforts to earn his way back onto the regular roster.
  12. Gettleman and Rivera have developed an identity for this team and now they draft to fit that mold. A lot of other teams draft differently because they have to. They don't have a solid design for their overall team or are at the dire beckoned call of an meddling ownership. Those teams are perennial losers or are middle of the pack teams that never seem to quite make it because they always feel they are just one player shy... New England's drafts didn't make sense for a while, now they just look at the picks and say, "Belichik knows what he's doing." Luckily, so does DG.
  13. Panthers Tango with Cash

    The kid is a guided missile. You can never go wrong with picking a great tackler.
  14. Anyone Dislike This Draft,

    It's not that I don't like the draft, but I'm just not familiar with either of our second or third round draft picks to say much about them. But it doesn't matter if they were good enough to catch my eye, they must have been something special for DG and RR to pull them out of the pile of guys left. I can't say much about the draft so far simply because of my lack of knowledge. I do, however, have a lot of faith in our system that at least one, if not both, are going to be darned good players.
  15. -Game of Thrones-HBO-

    In the books, if I recall correctly, Thoros said that each time he brings Dondarion back, there's a price to pay. The assumption is that it's Dondarion that pays it, but it would make sense that Thoros loses some of his life, too. I think he even said something along the lines of "I'm not the man I used to be" when the Hound brought up his exploits with the flaming sword.