i have no faith in rivera's ability to see talent. i think he puts more stock into "he's trying really hard" than an actual ability to perform at a high level.
i trust gettleman in pretty much all facets except the OL. maybe he does know what he's doing and did a good job of spotting the talent he brought in last year, but he also brought in some real duds and he had much more faith in bell and chandler than was warranted. remmers might be an indicator of what he can do, but he could just as much be either a happy accident we stumbled on or a flash in the pan. the jury is still bery much out on both remmers and gettleman re: OT.
i think gettleman's achilles heel will always be the DL. he's obsessed with it and it will be something that continues to come back and bite us in the ass because if he sees two people of equal talent, regardless of position and one of them is a DL guy, he's always going to go with the DL. it doesn't matter how stacked we are on the DL or how deficient the other position(s) are....the DL is always going to carry more weight in his decision.
i got stuck at mcdonalds early this morning waiting for the roads to thaw out a little and watched what they had on tv...the today show. first time i had watched anything like that in years, and they were talking about this being the big discussion and how seriously people were taking this debate.
it makes me thankful for every moment i seperate myself from social media.
Lol his last tweet was 11 minutes after his first two...
I can only imagine him sitting there, glaring at this guy's profile in a fit of rage, desperately trying to think of an insult, only to respond with "get better at life".
don't know if the pic of squidward was intentional, but i got to thinking that squiddy and kaep look an awful alot alike and wondered if others thought that and through the magic of google i found i wasn't nearly the only one.
of course i could be just late to the show, but it made me laugh.
Well that's not very appropriate when referencing someone with the talent of Todd Gurley, but to each his own.
I have read a few articles suggesting that Gurley may still get drafted in the first round if he gets the thumbs up by teams' medical staff. Even if he doesn't, the only reason that he won't be a first round pick is due to the injury, so I still think that your response is over the top.
i would like to think we've moved on from overvaluing RBs and drafting them in the first round.