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  1. Lance is super interesting, but we need someone who can be an immediate impact. Fields is in another tier of guy. Fields - wait until last second and see who wants to sell the farm then turn in the pick. Lance - I'm 50/50 on him... I'd still say go for the best guy on the board.
  2. Honestly, who cares? Teddy is not thrilled. The team just traded for his replacement. I don't see a problem with him being himself. At this point, Teddy knows he's not going to get a fair shake. Teddy also got paid a ton of money for a season basically. If he get's cut, he still gets paid. I don't feel bad for him one bit.
  3. I'll say this, Anthony Mackie has been great this series. Just wonderful as Sam trying to figure out that HE is the Captain America everyone needs. As for Walker, I saw an article about how he's not just trying to navigate Wyatt's way out of the shadows of greatness, but his own since his parents are Hollywood Royalty (Kurt Russle and Goldie Hawn). I never thought about that I just hate that Sam and Bucky had to fight the Wakandians. It seemed really out of character for them to jump in against them. I'd rather they have joined Zemo on the exit from the room.
  4. I really don't get the hate on DJ? He's getting better and better each year. He's always a threat when the ball is in his hands, but last year when his number was called, he answered. Now it doesn't help when Teddy wasn't throwing the ball over five yards beyond the line of scrimmage. Is he a top 10 WR? Maybe? Is he worth a 2nd contract? Yes. He's a very talented WR. I kind of am over the whole "top 10" listicles non sense. I think if we get a QB who is willing to give play makers a chance, we'll start to see more from him next season.
  5. Ok, so I've been a little meh over the game. I've been playing it on game pass, and I love it!!! It's just fun. The gameplay is actually fun. The story is appropriately cheesy, and knows it! I regret ever thinking anything bad about the game!
  6. Got to love the poo posting here. I do think some posters here will never be happy, even if we win a Super Bowl... Now with Darnold? Who knows. It's a gamble. He was the #3 pick over all three years ago. He's got talent. He's made some nice looking plays. We all know the Jets were a dumpster fire. We also know that about half the first round QBs don't pan out historically. Giving up a 6th rounder and next years 2nd and 4th rounder will be a good deal if he's even able to be a top 15 QB. We also don't know enough about our new GM and the draft to know if he's going to make tho
  7. I was a little meh about this episode. I hated Sam's disguise, and the fact he left his phone on...rookie move! Sharon Carter was cool and all, but the episode didn't seem to solve a lot of issues other than killing of the scientist who re-made the super soldier formula. Though seeing Walker lose his poo with "Do you know who I am?" was pretty awesome for his character set up. It didn't seem really tied together. Like instead of written this way, it was edited into this episode. Personally, I was hoping that we'd see Sam start to assume the mantle of Captain America more and more
  8. Honestly, who knows. You never believe anything you hear in draft season? Right? I'd love to have the excitement of a young QB. I'd also love to have a franchise LT or a shutdown CB. If there's a top end run on QBs, like 1-5, we're guaranteed to have a really good foundational piece. As far as QB? You'll have to find them elsewhere. It's probably not going to be a draft pick unless we get lucky. Is that a trade for Darnold? Again, who knows. This could also be the big QB hype, but teams are going to go and get their guys. QB or otherwise. We'll just have to see and enj
  9. While Aristotle had a major point that plot was the most important aspect of a dramatic work, we've kind of hit a point where a lot of stories are just samey. I love a fun sci-fi story. It's good ole comfort food. Riddick's movies where silly and over the top. Space Opera? Yeah, not for everyone, but if you are into that, they hit the spot. The Expanse really hit the mark on a crew based show of some outlaws that I've missed since Firefly was canceled. I love this kind of niche genre based stuff. It doesn't all have to be billion dollar disney stuff.
  10. Me either. I just fell down a wiki rabbit hole trying to learn more about the world of The Expanse! And the first Pacific Rim is a classic. Straight cheese! But just so wonderful and filling. I love watching that movie, warts and all! Makes me want to fire it up tomorrow. Except I'll be checking out the new Kaiju movie
  11. I'm not sure either one of those would cost a 1st rounder though. I mean, at the end of the day, we have lots of options. If we want a QB, I think someone will be there. If we got for a vet and build the OL or D, we'll have options as well.
  12. I love the smoke screens that happen during the draft season! If Lane is there at 8, I'm pretty sure we're sprinting up there to take him. If we don't, there are some other incredible talents at OT and CB which would greatly improve our franchise. I'm good either way. Unless they draft a RB or something...
  13. Oh yeah, I couldn't get enough of the show! After the end of the last episode, my HOPE is that they are able to continue to story. I want to see where the rest of the Marco's plot goes. How closely it does follow the books.
  14. He's the owner. Not the GM, not the coach. I think we're kinda stuck with him until he sells the team. I appreciate the Huddle really making my Friday afternoon hilarious!
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