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#2911496 Date I recently went on...

Posted by thefuzz on 27 August 2014 - 10:51 AM

She could have tracked me down.  She knew my full name and my phone number.  In today's world for a savvy stalker, that is enough.


Sometimes you don't even need that.....




#2911439 Date I recently went on...

Posted by thefuzz on 27 August 2014 - 10:16 AM

As soon as I found a hot non crazy I locked it down, true story.



Go watch the "hot crazy matrix" on youtube.

#2911397 General Positions Questions Thread

Posted by thefuzz on 27 August 2014 - 09:59 AM

I have been following football for quite a while now but I have always wondered a couple things about positions on the football field:

-Difference between FS and SS
-Difference between HB and FB
-Difference between DT and NT
-What a Nickel CB is

Maybe some of you have some questions as well.


FS covers the weak side of the field/last ditch guy.


SS cover the strong side of the field, and is asked to run with TE's more.



Halfback is usually smaller, shiftier, faster, and is the main ball carrier in most offenses.


Fullback is stout, is a good blocker, and leads the way for the HB.



DT usually refers to the position of Tackle, and a nose talk is usually a sub set of that.  NT's normally line up in the face of the C or in a gap on either side of him...normally.  They are normally shorter, but have great strength, not needed to rush the passer but to hold onto two OL and not get pushed back.  Star could be a NT in some schemes, KK could not.



Nickel Corner usually describes a 3rd corner as most base D's have 2 CB's and 2 S's.  When extra WR's are brought in (3 wide or more) the nickel is brought in.  These days most teams base is nickel as many teams run with extra WR's.

#2911352 Patriot fans melting down over the loss of their perennial Pro Bowl LG and th...

Posted by thefuzz on 27 August 2014 - 09:40 AM

Always tweaking the roster, even with good players and fan favorites.



I love it.

#2909937 Who is the smartest player in the NFL?

Posted by thefuzz on 26 August 2014 - 09:46 AM

Smartest player?


Or best football mind?



Smartest player is probably Ryan Fitz.


Smartest football mind is almost impossible to know.  Many would think QB out of the gate, but lots of LB's and Oline are pretty bright too.


#2909141 Receiver Depth Chart Projection

Posted by thefuzz on 25 August 2014 - 03:49 PM

If Webb has to play the season is lost either way.


Keep the best WR, not a 3rd QB.

#2908854 Universal "Guns Aren't the Issue" Playbook

Posted by thefuzz on 25 August 2014 - 12:55 PM

And it's got to be one of the first reasons other countries don't try to invade us. Every block's gotta Glock!



Have you looked at the Southern Border?



Wait for it.....

#2908590 Bucs looking at Incognito, traded for Mankins

Posted by thefuzz on 25 August 2014 - 10:22 AM

We should be as well.

#2908533 Luuuuuuuuuuuke

Posted by thefuzz on 25 August 2014 - 09:30 AM

He's the best player on the team.


This cannot be debated.

#2900118 American Journalist James Foley beheaded on camera by ISIS militants.

Posted by thefuzz on 20 August 2014 - 03:14 PM

My heart says we need to help.


My brain says we need to stay.




I normally listen to my brain.

#2900094 Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

Posted by thefuzz on 20 August 2014 - 02:59 PM

I don't know what's more disturbing. The notion that you cannot do or say anything other than "okay yes sir" if an officer is using excessive force and violating your rights, or the fact that so many people in this country simply accept that and encourage others to as well.


But these same people in all likelihood have never had to deal with out right harrassment by police because of the color of their skin.


I don't know many men my age who have not been harassed by the PO.  It's not just blacks.



And for gods sake, please learn your rights, and use them.  Don't let officers strong arm you, but when you tell a cop that he can't search your car, the stereo needs to be turned off, and the verbiage cleaned up.  



Be professional, but not a lay down.

#2900032 Chances Bersin could be our number 2 at WR

Posted by thefuzz on 20 August 2014 - 02:18 PM

No chance, and if he is, we are going to be in trouble.

#2893733 Gameday Menu

Posted by thefuzz on 17 August 2014 - 01:36 PM

I smoked a brisket yesterday.
I am going to sauté some onions and mushrooms at the tailgate today and make brisket Philly cheesesteak sammiches with onions and shrooms on kings Hawaiian rolls.

Matt Ryan wears braided belts.


Is that a Shun knockoff?



Awesome looking brisket, BTW.



Have to work till 6, so I prepped wings, and they are in a brine bath right now.


Thinking of doing a tex/mex dip as well.

#2893726 Epic Huddle Debate. Dunkin vs Krispy Kreme.

Posted by thefuzz on 17 August 2014 - 01:27 PM

I have said it before in this forum.



If I wanted cold, half stale cake, I would go to my Aunt's house.



#2892562 Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

Posted by thefuzz on 16 August 2014 - 10:04 AM

One of the things that bothers me the most is when people use the excuse that the "police sometimes panic" and shoot people that didn't deserve to be shot as if this is some coverall that makes them more relatable and deserving of leniency. The ability to NOT PANIC and thus apply the law rationally and professionally is a major part of the police job description, nay it is pretty much their entire job description. If this is the quality of individuals that are in law enforcement I question the entire system that would place people like this in positions where they are given guns and put in potentially dangerous situations.



I have spoken about this a couple of times, and I am in no way taking up for this officer.  He will get into some pretty deep poop before it's all over...that said.



Paramedics and Firefighters get lots of "reps".  They respond to fires, wrecks, heart attacks every single day.  They deliver babies, and attack kitchen fires like we go to the grocery store.


Police, on the other hand very rarely pull their guns.  Very few police officers ever pull the trigger in the line of duty in their careers.  They try to train for those situations, but it's impossible to replicate the idea of you or him.  Not everyone is as cool under pressure as others.  This guy is probably one of those.  However, he must pay for his actions, and if the kid was surrendering or running away, he should be charged with murder.

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