That the offense is the better unit than the defense this year? Talent wise the offense has Cam, Greg, and KB. That's it. The rest are pathetic. Our defense has Keek, KK, Star, Big Money, and TD. Also, the leader of our offensive playcalling is Mike fuging Shula. How is it that, at least at times, our offense can look competent and yet our defense basically doesnt exist?
cam is elite and the d-line has failed to meet or really even approach expectations due to health, regression, and alleged woman-beating related problems
Greg Olson can catch a ball thrown to him. ... but the guy is not really much of a weapon in terms of a guy you need to game plan around. Certainly not the way I think of great TE that require double teams and full attention.
Experts point out that scarce resources make it extremely difficult to contain the Ebola epidemic: "If you're in a hospital in Sierra Leone or Guinea, it might not be unusual to say, 'I need gloves to examine this patient,' and have someone tell you, 'We don't have gloves in the hospital today,' or 'We're out of clean needles,' — all the sorts of things you need to protect against Ebola," says Daniel Bausch, associate professor at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, who is working with the WHO and MSF on the outbreak.
sounds about right. no matter how ridiculously expensive the resources are, the US does have plenty. not sure what the big deal is domestically tbh
What's notable is that he called Ebola a "security threat" rather than a "public health threat" or "global health threat." That distinction matters for two reasons. First, Obama is trying to convey that the outbreak in West Africa — even though it's on a distant continent — presents an existential threat to America. Second, he's signaling that the risk is immediate enough to justify the galvanization of American resources.
Garrett believes calling Ebola a threat to national and global security is the right thing to do and will help muster resources to address arapidly deterioratingsituation.
lol this is smart but also fuging stupid. gotta sell aid for dying africans as "addressing a security threat" to get the john galts on board with the free healthcare handout
Coleman described the man as 6-foot-1, clean cut with a small patch of facial hair on his chin and short black wavy hair. He was wearing grey sweatpants, a white t-shirt and flip-flops during the incident.
should have shot him before he got a single word out imo
lol yes if you'd like to see for yourself just fail to treat one of the resident republicans with kid gloves and maybe you too can have the pleasure of reregistering as GOOGLE ANCIENT ALIENS or something following your ban
criticism of williams is largely a product of his contract imo. it's not his fault and i certainly dont expect him to refuse his paycheck but unless he's a top 10 back it hurts the team to have to pay him every week on his current contract.
How much effort does it take to shut down a player years removed from his prime?
you see i would normally agree with this line of thought but then im reminded that owen daniels and steve smith combined for 11 catches, 182 yards and 2 tds today so to answer your question: sometimes more effort than you'd think