Great ideas, not sure why anyone wouldn't agree with most of them.
If a 3rd party is reviewing the film, the police departments could also use that when it comes time to giving officers raises. Some sort of point scale? It would give LEOs a reason to stay on top of things and be rewarded correctly, keeping GOOD officers on the street and BAD ones off.
But to me, another area you have to pay attention to, is how many times KB was targeted.
The only WR's who were targeted as much or more than Benjamin in 2014:
Alshon Jeffery - 145 targets, 5 drops
Andre Johnson - 147 targets , 4 drops
Jordy Nelson - 151 targets, 4 drops
Julio Jones - 163 targets, 5 drops
Antonio Brown - 181 targets, 5 drops
Demaryius Thomas - 184 targets, 10 drops
Looking at the number of years those guys already have combined in the league (41 total), compared to a rookie KB, it's not nearly as bad as some are making it out to be.
I get that you are sour about the drops, but considering the circumstances, mainly him coming into our offense after we completely cleared out the entire wide receiver core (pretty huge fugging factor), and basically making him the centerpiece of our offense as a rookie. He put up 1,000 yards, and 10 touchdowns. No matter how you slice it, it's impressive. Certainly encouraging for the future.
Definitely, no I'm happy with the pick, he's going to be good. Just trying to keep it real here with what he needs help with. He was leaned on especially early, and I get that, and he was covered hard a lot of times because we have no other real threat. He'll get better.
You are a good guy but you absolutely lack real world experience. Your views are similar to the ones who gets all his experience from the Internet.
U.S. is like a safe heaven where everything is pretty, sweet and good. If you think it's not than you don't know the real world.
I think because of your real world experiences you are OK with how things are, and that's understandable considering, but some people know that it could and should be better, and that was the purpose of our country. When you get complacent you end up with a bad education system like we have now, when we used to be the best, as an example.
I'm sure most of us wouldn't trade living here for anywhere else, most of the time, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't want to improve.
This team needs a better backup center than Biyombo. And considering Al probably won't be starting here beyond next season, looking to the draft for the answer seems a smart choice.
Biz is the least of our worries. I believe if he could start he would drop 10 points/10 boards a game easily, and if we had actual people that could score/shoot around him (a real SG) he would be fine. We need a scorer, one that can shoot, more than anything. We haven't had one in so long if ever.
Overated at this point. We've had such terrible receivers over the years and have really never developed one in like 20 years (Smith and Moose really only ones of note) that when we have some decent guys everyone thinks it's amazing, but should be what is expected of most normal teams.
The only person I've seen really endorse the position is a Republican presidential candidate...
He doesn't care, it was just an opportunity to jump and tell everyone how he makes more money than them and is obviously better at everything because of that fact, as if he knows everyone here personally. Typical MH response.
Cops perform task that get criminals off the streets.
Public responds by saying "it's a waste of money to perform task that gets criminals off the streets".
Public bitches if their belongings are stolen.
Yep, sounds about right.
There is an arguement of, are you really getting criminals off the street when you created the event that pushed said individual(s) to BECOME criminals in the first place?
When you could have been patrolling neighborhoods to stop criminals that were already criminals instead of creating MORE criminals on the street?
If said "created criminals" didn't have felonies already and they pick up felonies now, you have potentially now created life-long criminals that have to resort to even worse things because of a felony being on their record and being desperate. What if said "created criminals" had a kid or two that now are in a broken home and/or hungry because parent cannot get a job because of felony? That kid will fall into the same cycle.
Life isn't as simple as "they are obviously criminals". This is how you continuously create a cycle of criminals, in fact. This is counter productive to actually patrolling and catching REAL criminals that were going to always be such.