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  1. Curtis Samuel is one of the softest WRs on the field on game day. That is his biggest problem. I don't care all that much for Kyle Allen, and like the things that Shaq, Bradberry, and Reid (national hero) do most of the time, and I'd still say what I said in the original sentence to Curtis' face. He shies away from contact 99% of the time, body catches and gets alligator arms when balls are catchable, and his biggest asset is his speed, which does very little for him in this offense. He needs to toughen up, take some hits, and not look to hug the sideline any time he gets the ball near him.
  2. easy, because ACAB Also, you're sure posting here a lot for someone who doesn't care about politics.
  3. Further proof that the NFL is going to allow the Ravens to be the AFC team vs. Brees and the Saints in the Super Bowl. They'll make right with the Saints from the PI stuff last year, and give Brees his storybook ending, and will do exactly to Lamar Jackson's career what they did to Cam Newton's. Wait and see.
  4. I know I'm in the minority, but I've liked all the movies. Even the prequels and side stories. I'll be taking my oldest to see it at some point over Xmas break. Like all the other ones, I'll probably buy the DVD when it comes out too. ETA I haven't watched much/any of the animated series or the Mandalorian, yet. I'm talking strictly Star Wars movies.
  5. WK 15 SEA @ CAR 54 PTS NYJ @ BAL CHI @ GB NE @ CIN HOU @ TEN MIA @ NYG PHI @ WAS DEN @ KC TB @ DET CLE @ ARI JAX @ OAK MIN @ LAC LAR @ DAL ATL @ SF BUF @ PIT IND @ NO 58 PTS
  6. Welp, I ALMOST pulled out the power point this past week, but @FakePlasticTrees guessed 4 points closer to the total score in the Panthers game and edged me out for first place. He and I both had 13 correct picks in week 14. 1. Tied for third were @Datawire and @bigdavis with 12 correct picks. 2. Splitting the fourth place spot, we have @MHS831, @Wyank, @grimesgoat, and @Boxhead85. The latter of which could have ended up winning the week if the Giants had won. It almost happened! These folks got 11 correct picks. 3. @Mr. Scot and @CRA both notched 10 correct picks. 4. @Khyber53, @Raleigh PF, and Pendleton had the roughest week this week, logging 9 correct picks.
  7. It is a close race this week. Currently, @FakePlasticTrees and myself are both in the lead with 12 correct picks. We both picked Philly in tonight's game. He's got the tiebreaker over me with a prediction closer to the final score of the Panthers game, but I'm not going to change my pick. He'll likely be the winner this week, if he doesn't change his pick to NYG. There are three teams with 11 correct picks. @Datawire, @bigdavis, and @Boxhead85. You have all picked Philly tonight as well. If any of you wanted to take a shot and pick a dog Giants team tonight, you could potentially make a move. Two of you are closer to the Panthers game tiebreaker than @FakePlasticTrees, so you could technically win the week if you switch your pick and the Giants win. Just wanted to offer a competitive update.
  8. What's worse? Robbing a jewelry store, an institution that is 100% set up to profit on people's materialism and most likely poor labor standards OR Killing someone ?
  9. As long as nobody was seriously injured or killed, then no harm no foul. While we're talking hypotheticals and motivations, would you care to explore the reasons these criminals might have turned to a life of crime? Or, are you content with simply labeling them as bad guys because of their actions and your perceived notion that you are somehow the moral superior?
  10. The fact that you're a cop and don't like the fact that I don't like cops, so that makes you resent me, says more than enough about you and other cops to justify everything bad we say about them.
  11. If the cops weren't out there protecting the interests of the wealthy at all costs, this could have turned into a "they got away, but we identified them and caught them later" scenario with likely less impact on the general populace and obviously less civilian death.
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