COD, but i'd even go far as to say any first person shooter in general. Its a genre i hate, i dont find it fun at all. yet the market is overflowing with it. "Hey lets put another game with all black and brown graphics" BRILLIANT!! /sarcasm
Final Fantasy 7: Deserves the praise but its most people first rpg, but its too easy really. The series as a whole died for me after 10, its not the same anymore. Why keep making 13 sequels? i hated the first 13 game.
Resident evil 4: Singlehandlely put an end to umbrella in the first minute of the game and started the wave of games that thought just added wave after wave of enemies instead of anything that remotely adds tension or scares. Took out the puzzle solving and the detective type gameplay. Your just going from point a to point b. ugh. You pretty much have infinite ammo now,.Pretty much the turning point of this once great series trying to be another call of duty or gears of war. The original games made it so one enemie creaped you out and scared you.
Strongly disagree on FF7. One of the greatest games of all time in any genre imo. Great story, fun gameplay, and just an awesome game.
Has anyone read this article on ESPN? The author kept in contact with Muema over the past few months and attempted to meet with him. The story is lengthy and bizarre but worth the time. This kid needs help.
My only question with Desir would be about his understanding of our zone in comparison to the scheme they ran at Linwood. Josh Norman was a beast at Coastal Carolina but he played on an island and never had to really understand a defensive scheme. After we drafted him I think we figured out he might be to dumb to pick up our scheme.
Desir is a zone press corner. He would've at least been familiar with the techniques our scheme uses. He was a fit. Not sure if the coaching staff was high on him or not (no one does really) but he had a lot of the attributes we seem to be interested in.
I'm going to call bullshit on what Gettleman said about being an interceptor translating. Apparently the panthers were not high on Desir, and he had like 30 career picks.
Cleveland took Desir in the 4th round before we took Tre Boston. Desir was likely the target for round 4 but was gone. I would think that this is why Benwikere was in the discussion for round 4 because the corner they targeted was gone and the next guy on the list likely wouldn't last until the end of the 5th. The guys we took in rounds 1-3 were much higher value than Desir, so it's not as if you can determine "we were not high on Desir." We stuck to the board.
** Edit ** I didn't realize they took him only one pick before us. They probably thought the Browns wouldn't take him because they took Gilbert in round 1. That blows.