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  1. I thought we had exorcised the demons of Haruki Nakamura at the Georgia dome until he took his helmet off.
  2. Honestly, sometimes I think the PFF process is closer to this
  3. LOL, they gave a 71 to Mahomes earlier this year for throwing 360 yards, 5 TD's, 0 picks. I'd love to hear someone try to justify Baker's play yesterday being in the same ballpark as Mahomes.
  4. I'm torn. One side of me knows that Rhule is our Rich Kotite, by far the worst coach we've ever had that needs to be out on his ass. The other side of me thinks this team could be very competitive with a rookie CJ Stroud, a new head-coach, and maybe an additional front 7 player or two. Keeping Rhule is honestly the best way to keep the tank going.
  5. On a positive note, I will say that BC seems to be settling pretty well into a LG role instead of LT.
  6. Bingo. We're a car without an engine at this point. We aren't going to "get it together" against one of the best defenses in the league. Not sure our offense scores more than 10 on Sunday.
  7. I'd say he is marginally better than Darnold, but neither are at an nfl level. Ultimately doesn't matter b/c they both suck and won't be here next year.
  8. As sad as it is, I think Baker sees the field better than Sam, his arm is just completely shot at this point b/c he can't make the throws. Sam has a better arm (LOL), but couldn't process an NFL defense if his life depended on it.
  9. I'd agree that this roster seems to be more talented than 2010, we just have a black hole at qb, head coach, and o/c
  10. I'd also add some cases can be treated with medication. I had afib / vtach episodes in my youth. They tried an ablation (essentially burning out irregular electrical signals) but didn't think that was successful. They put in an ICD (internal cardio defibrillator) which is what the soccer player got. The medication has been successful at preventing arrhythmias for 20 years (knock on wood), so when I needed new ICD a few years ago, they just took the whole thing out. Can't comment on Watt's case, but that was my experience.
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