Losing the team and not being a NFL coach are 2 different things. It's pretty rare a "players coach" like Rivera loses the team in terms of them wanting to play. You saw it with Fox. The team was awful during our 2-14 season but every game we came to play (hence close loses that year).
If you wanna argue that Rivera isn't a very good NFL coach, I can probably get behind that.
Can we, as fans, have any idea how bad it must be to be a millionaire by the time you are 23 years old? To be overly famous, and get to play a childs game for a very very good living....that has to be the worst.
Wicked Weed is known for their sours so I bought the Genesis at good bottle a few weeks ago. I guess I can appreciate what they're going for but def not for me. If you close your eyes and take a drink you'll think you're drinking a sauvignon blanc. Just didn't have the body and mouth feel I'm accustomed to with the beers I normally drink.
I'm not going to say it's an absolute lock this guy is the pick at #28, but I swear I have this feeling that it could happen.
I just like everything I see about Latimer. He just passes the eyeball test to me. Like I've said in previous threads, if we've done our homework and fully evaluated what type of talent we think he is/going to be, I don't have a big issue taking him at #28. Like I said though that's just my opinion and I know a good bit of others disagree that it's waaaaaay to high to take him.
I vote Tavon Austin. An unquestioned playmaker in all 3 phases of the game, gives Cam another weapon and can hopefully solidify the #1 position in a couple years once smitty's gone. He's really my top guy. I'd however would not have a problem if the pick was Allen, Hopkins, or Sly.