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  1. 100% of our biggest issues are. 1. soft zone coverage 2. short and long ball control offense, no middle or fast paced game 3. lack of discipline within coordination of all phases of the game
  2. Anyone ever think that maybe he's taken a step back because he hasn't had Luke in front of him telling him where every play is going? lol Still, though, JNo is still a beast. If he came back here that would be awesome.
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    Cameron Artis Payne

    Give it a couple more weeks until the trade deadline and you never know who is going to be in need of RB depth... That's all I'm saying... CAP is still somewhat of an unknown commodity, but there are guys out there with jobs that are less talented too.
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    Atlantis - Richat Structure? (Summarized)

    Not necessarily related to Atlantis, but: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out-of-place_artifact TBQH the most interesting things, to me, about ancient civilizations are the megalithic structures some of them left behind.
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    Atlantis - Richat Structure? (Summarized)

    Also, if you're into this kinda thing, there's an NC sci-fi author that wrote some books about the Atlantis/Nazi/Alien connections. It reads a little like a Tom Hanks Da Vinci Code-esque movie, but book 1 wasn't terrible. I haven't read beyond that, yet. Dunno if I will. https://www.agriddle.com/Atlantis-Gene
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    Cameron Artis Payne

    My counter argument to this is that CAP has more tread on the tires than any of those guys. All the guys you listed pretty much have over 1,000 yards rushing in the league, and two of them were just recently released. Teams can see our wealth of RB talent at 1st and 2nd string, and realize that we've been keeping CAP around for a reason. He's in a contract year, is cheap, and could definitely help some team like Philly that needs depth out. Also, we've got coaches familiar with CAP in Buffalo and Arizona. Both those teams could actually use CAP on game days.
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    Cameron Artis Payne

    I disagree. He has good tape out there, and a team that needs RB depth could give more.
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    ABCB is the only rhyme scheme

    It's because brain and West Virginia don't compute.
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    Cameron Artis Payne

    We need to trade CAP. He is one of the few players of value that we have that are tradeable right now.
  10. DE/Edge Dante Fowler Jr. Benson Mayowa Aaron Lynch TE Jesse James S Adrian Amos Sean Davis LB Za'Darius Smith
  11. lmao those tie wearing, corporation loving, extreme republican anarchists!
  12. yessir That's my QB! /tears
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    CarolinaHuddle Pick'em - Week 6

    PHI @ NYG: PHI TB @ ATL: TB PIT @ CIN: CIN LAC @ CLE: CLE BUF @ HOU: HOU CHI @ MIA: CHI AZ @ MIN: MIN IND @ NYJ: IND SEA @ OAK: SEA CAR @ WAS: CAR LAR @ DEN: LAR JAX @ DAL: JAX BAL @ TEN: BAL KC @ NE: KC SF @ GB: GB MNF Total Score: 64 points (38-26)
  14. I had a thread about this a long time ago here, but search results are turning up no leads. Due to some of the posts in the "Eric Reid is kneeling" thread, I feel as though it is time to remind everyone that: Nobody in the military today is fighting for our freedoms. THE ONLY PEOPLE that you could consider as having that designation fought during the Revolutionary war. I believe someone made at least a coherent argument about one of the world wars back in the old thread. But I still don't think anyone has truly fought for "us" (meaning the average US citizen) since the 1700's. Today's military are nothing more than world police/pawns in the wars of the elite. It sucks that so many people feel they have to sign up for military service, no matter their reasoning. Whether it is jingoist patriots or people that our public education system/capitalist society has failed, too many people still get convinced that it is their best option. So, stop with the soldier worship. It is okay if you or a loved one is in the military. Thanks for their service in things like disaster relief, etc. But, someone being enlisted gives them no more value or righteousness than someone who isn't. There are lots of people out there fighting for our individual freedoms today. They are people like Eric Reid.
  15. So we used to have these threads all the time. It is time to bring them back. Here are my first two contributions! AND Have fun!
  16. We still can't get plays called in time. We still refuse to play young guys in lieu of veterans (Haynes, Moore, etc.) We haven't really seen consistent playcalling on offense yet. We still refuse to put teams away and keep the pressure on. The positives? We're 3-1 when we could easily be 1-3 What little we've seen of Moore and Samuel has been promising CMC has proven he can be a threat in both phases of offense Our OL play hasn't as been as bad as I thought it was going to be. Donte Jackson Eric Reid
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    ABCB is the only rhyme scheme

    Know how I know you watch it too?
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    Stats Through 4 Weeks

    lol I thought this too... Maybe if we could start just scoring TD's for other teams in their redzone, we'd sink to that #32 spot. It probably has to do with TDs vs. FGs in that 100%.
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    "Fightin' fer muh freedums"

    I pie'd this hesitantly because I think it is a well thought out argument and I can see some validity to what you said. However, cwg hit on my feelings a bit too. TBQH once we dropped the bombs, we both showed the world how powerful we were and voided our ability to say "Do as I say, not as I do."
  20. All us with memories of dat ol cajun boy remembuh when dat der Tommy Jone went and dun messed up dat boy's game
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