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  1. Gettleman's biggest weakness IMO

    Risk Prospect Theory. Over weighing small risk, got to love it. Like you said, who knows what everyone's boards looked like and DG decided how to assess the risk. So far in DG we trust until otherwise.
  2. How many ways can

    Posted bout punisher news in nerdvana section
  3. How many ways can

    Oops wrong link lol
  4. How many ways can

    You skin a cat? Waste waste waste We play a role in our environment but repeating essentially the same research for a huge price tag. Cmon man! There are 13 federal agencies spending billions of taxpayer dollars on duplicative global warming research programs, according to a new report released by Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul  94% . Paul’s latest report on government waste shows how more than a dozen federal agencies spent over $2.7 billion researching the same issue — global warming. And that’s on top of the $18 billion the Obama administration spent on global warming mitigation, according to Paul’s office. “No matter where you fall in the climate debate, one thing everyone should be able to agree on is paying thirteen different agencies to do the same thing is pretty darn wasteful,” Paul’s office wrote in its Monday report. Paul’s latest waste report comes after the Government Accountability Office (GAO) published its sixth account on duplicative government programs. The GAO found some 200 programs for science education, but didn’t mention the billions being spent on climate science, Paul said. Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2016/04/25/rand-paul-slams-obama-for-wasting-billions-on-duplicative-global-warming-research/#ixzz47JPpAxQN
  5. The Punisher Netflix

    Fug yeah!!!!! I disliked the movie and how cheesy it was but Netflix character of the Punisher in Daredevil was top notch. https://www.google.com/amp/comicbook.com/marvel/amp/2016/04/29/the-punisher-tv-series-officially-coming-to-netflix/?client=ms-android-verizon#
  6. Bradberry is amazing...

    Not the first time he uses team statistics to argue against one player
  7. Gettleman's Draft Grading System > Pundits and Huddle
  8. 2016 NFL Draft Round 2 General Discussion

    WTF BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
  9. What if.......

    Trump chooses Bernie to be his VP and Bernie accepts just to screw Hillary. How would you react?
  10. To all who say major jump don't understand what premium would be needed to truly pay to obtain that spot. I could see a minor move like you said but I would not be shocked who we want in the second round would fall to us. Just like the first round we have a board of players with a rating and I expect the same for all rounds. Jeremy Igo had 4 1st round prospects to be possibilities. If any of the other first round falls close enough, DG will not hesitate to trade up if the price is right.
  11. Day 2 picks In the: 2. Derrick Henry or Su'a Cravens 3. Jerell Adams or Harlan Miller
  12. Trading up with the Titans

    I would absolutely love Craven as the pick! So goood
  13. This years second round talent > last years second round Trading up will come with a higher premium that is for sure.
  14. https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2016/03/31/draft-pff-scouting-profile-jerell-adams-te-south-carolina/ Position fit: In-line tight end Stat to know: Highest run-blocking grade among tight ends in the Power-5 Combine stats: Height: 6-5 Weight: 247 Arm length: 34 ⅜” Hand size: 9 ¾” 40-yard dash: 4.64 seconds Vertical jump: 32.5” Broad jump: 9-9 3-cone drill: 7.05 20-yard shuttle: 4.31 60-yard shuttle: 11.52 What he does best: –Impressive effort and hands as a run-blocker. One of only tight ends at the top of this class you’d feel comfortable blocking defensive ends routinely. Hits his target zone, latches on, and doesn’t let go (although that might lead to some holds). –Above-average straight-line speed. Can create space up the seam against linebackers on gos and posts –Body control is impressive. Has a large catch radius and seems more sure handed when forced to adjust to a ball than ones thrown perfectly to his chest –Stout lower half. Defensive backs bounce off when they contact him at hip level. Broke 10 tackles on only 28 catches, tied for most in the class. Biggest concern: –Frustrating drops. Five on 33 catchable passes in 2015. Too often catches with his body instead of plucking it out of the air with his hands. Could have issues in traffic at the next level. –Very limited receiving production (albeit in a poor passing offense). +1.0 receiving grade and 749 yards over past two seasons. –Slight build compared to most successful blocking tight ends in the NFL. Could benefit from even more mass on his frame. Player comparison: Ben Watson, Baltimore Ravens. Both are plus athletes who could be either No. 1 or No. 2 tight ends. They aren’t necessarily receivers you’d feature in your offense, but both hold their own in that category. Bottom line: Adams has starter-level receiving traits with the added bonus of being a capable blocker. That’s not as valuable as it once was, but he’ll still be coveted by certain teams.