emhoward

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  1. emhoward added a post in a topic So our scrubs beat their scrubs?   

    Gettlemen: "your team is only as good as the bottom of your roster." Or something like that....
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  2. emhoward added a post in a topic Coach Rivera: Frank Alexander, Defensive End has a torn achilles   

    Recall when we drafted Ealy and everybody was complaining about drafting another defensive lineman?
    as Gettlemen said, you can never have too many pass rushers. 
    Defensive end just jumped up to my number 2 concern.
    1. WR's.
    2. DE's.
    3. Special teams.
     
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  3. emhoward added a post in a topic Rapsheet - Torn ACL for Kelvin Benjamin   

    This is tough, man. Get well KB.
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  4. emhoward added a post in a topic #KeithToCarolina   

  5. emhoward added a post in a topic Russell "Golden Calf of Bristol" Wilson   

    I am. 
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  6. emhoward added a post in a topic Russell "Golden Calf of Bristol" Wilson   

    I guess that depends on one's theology. But I believe he can't stop it without men and women willing to co-labor with him to help solve an issue we caused. The harvest is plentiful, laborers are few and all that...
    Yeah, i think that's why he said something about God telling him to lead her. Perhaps he's implying that there's some steps he can help her take toward salvation. idk
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  7. emhoward added a post in a topic Russell "Golden Calf of Bristol" Wilson   

    God rarely speaks in the context of conscience. Most people know right or wrong. He doesn't tend to remind us. He mostly speaks in guidance or just developing intimacy/building a relationship. The more time you spend with him the easier it tends to be to discern his voice. I'd say about seventy percent of the time I think it's God's voice, it's my own thoughts. But the other thirty percent of the time, I wouldn't trade for anything.
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  8. emhoward added a post in a topic Russell "Golden Calf of Bristol" Wilson   

    I wasnt speaking in regard to RW specifically. But in speaking about him, I have no idea if he's sincere or not. But I'd say praying doesn't mean everything will workout, particularly when another person is involved like it is in marriage. 
    As far as knowing if it's Gods voice or not, that comes down to how intimate you are with him, how close is the relationship. I'd know my niece's voice in a crowd of thousands, I have a relationship with her. God can be the same way ideally, there's always times when a person isn't sure, especially if it's something you don't want to do. 
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  9. emhoward added a post in a topic Russell "Golden Calf of Bristol" Wilson   

    from a non-Christian perspective I get and have heard that. I was replying to Mr. Scot who said he's been a Christian for forty years. As a fellow Christian I found his comment peculiar.
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  10. emhoward added a post in a topic Russell "Golden Calf of Bristol" Wilson   

    from a Christian perspective, I'm absolutely serious. Hearing Gods voice is a bedrock of the faith. Why worship a God you can't communicate with? With communication there's no relationship, without relationship there's no intimacy, without intimacy there's no point. 
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  11. emhoward added a post in a topic Russell "Golden Calf of Bristol" Wilson   

    Really? Deciding who to marry is probably the biggest decision a person can make. How could you not (if you're a Christian) spend time in prayer about it? 
    Russell Wilson doesn't mean that he heard an audible voice. 999 times out of a thousand when a Christian says that heard God speak it wasnt an audible voice.
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  12. emhoward added a post in a topic Zeller being shopped, Kaminsky the target at 9.   

    I'm fine with trading Zeller, or anybody not named MKG or Vonleh, but for Kaminsky? Gag!
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  13. emhoward added a post in a topic Hezonja or Bust...   

    I question McLemore's basketball IQ though. He doesn't seem to have a very good feel for the game. KCP, I don't think was ever considered a dead-eye shooter, more scorer. I agree on Staukas though, I really liked him last year, maybe he gets better. 
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  14. emhoward added a post in a topic Hezonja or Bust...   

    I feel the same as everyone about Mario. He's my number 1. But I like WCS as we'll. 
    also I think OP is underselling Booker. I didn't love him a first but the more I looked the better he looked. 
    Where as PJ is a natural scorer, Booker is a natural shooter. He's not as streaky as PJ is. Plus he has great Basketball IQ. And I think he's just as good as an athlete as PJ. Booker tested surprisingly well at the Combine. 
    What at gives people pause on Booker is upside. All he can do is shoot and pass. He definitely needs to add to his game. He's the youngest player in the draft so he has time to do it. It comes down to if you believe he can. I think his floor is JJ Reddick which ain't bad for 9.
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  15. emhoward added a post in a topic Starting a team from scratch   

    The only way for me to decide is to figure out who has the biggest weaknesses

    James-- none, but he's the oldest with only few years left in his prime.

    Curry-- before last year had a bit of an injury issue with ankles. How will 3pt shooting translate in playoffs.

    Durant -- killer instinct? Does killer instinct even matter or is it overrated?

    Westbrook -- selfish? Has the biggest alpha dog mentality but can go too far

    Harden -- defense, gets to FT line a lot and refs tend to swallow whistle in playoffs... U guys are severely overrating him tho (he's carried the team without Dwight)

    Davis -- too passive? Can he be a dog? Didn't matter for Duncan...

    George -- how will he look coming off injury -- can disappear at times.

    So from here on out I'll go...

    Davis
    Westbrook
    Curry
    James
    Durant
    Harden
    George
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