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  1. I imagine the timeline could have gone a little something like this under a different GM: =-=- On Monday Apr 5th, Hurney ordered a meatball sub from Subway like he always does. Spilled some sauce on his shirt. The sauce made a pattern like an airplane as Marty tried to wipe up the mess with one of those tiny Subway napkins. "An airplane? That's like a jet", Marty mumbles. "I wonder if the Jets have anybody worth trading with? DARN IT, this stain isn't coming out. Darn it. Darn it........ hrm.... Darnold?" That afternoon, fingers still greasy from the meatball remnant
  2. Hasnt' our O-Line long allowed our QB to get smacked around a lot, it's not a recent problem at all?
  3. A very important followup: https://slate.com/human-interest/2021/03/baltimore-sexy-funeral-goth-house-realtor.html "you should have seen it before. He somewhat neutralized it.... there were about 25 mannequins in the basement and some upstairs" "Is the seller a vampire?" / "Not that I'm aware of" "So to me the most shocking thing in the house is... the Raiders art on the walls. Aren’t you worried that Baltimore buyers will be turned off by that?" / "No one's been upset about that"
  4. You didn't scroll through all the photos, I take it?
  5. I don't think we've seen any Panthers homes this dedicated to the theme... https://www.redfin.com/MD/Brooklyn-Park/228-Townsend-Ave-21225/home/10392075
  6. According to a survey about which sports' fanbases smoke the most pot, it's Atlanta Falcon fans that lead the pack. UFC/MMA fans smoke the most marijuana out of all sports fans, with more than 41% saying they smoked weed while watching a match 36% of NFL fans smoke pot while watching a game, with Falcon fans and Ravens fans at the top of the list (with 77% of the fanbases claiming they smoke during a game). Patriots fans smoked the least. https://www.forbes.com/sites/ajherrington/2021/03/19/survey-reveals-which-sports-fans-smoke-the-most-marijuana/
  7. Better summary: Starts with 2023 season, runs through 2033 season MNF flex starts in week 12 Amazon gets TNF ABC gets back into the Super Bowl rotation ESPN+ will get "an exclusive (international) game" each year Peacock will get "an exclusive feed of a select number of games" ESPN/ABC will have three weeks on MNF with different games on each channel.... in addition to a Saturday doubleheader the final week of the season CBS games will be carried on Paramount+ *no word on whether these will be geo-restricted FOX games will be carried on
  8. The hits keep coming. MNF gets the ability to flex games too, so SNF doesn't get the only lucky part of the draw. Will make traveling for games a bit more complicated late in the season, which is exactly what @RoaringRiot has been asking for, right?
  9. They have the technology to do it. And knowing how to handle/recover from the Mandalorian/WandaVision crashes on the Disney+ side of the fence just helps them build a better streaming network. It may not be that much extra $. ESPN+ can come as a package deal with Hulu and Disney+, so some folks may already have it (and may not even know it). And if Disney can figure out the tech to do it.... some people may balk at paying an extra $300 for all the games... but there'll be a fair number who'll say $100 just for a single team's games? That's the hook.
  10. This is for the 2023 season, by the way. ESPN+ is currently $60/year... or different monthly packages that could range up to $20/month (your mileage may vary). No word on whether football would be an extra price or not. Thursday night games go to Amazon Prime for out-of-market games; stay on local TV if they're local teams per usual process.
  11. Looks like Sunday Ticket on DirecTV is dead. New home: ESPN+ More info to come. Congrats to Disney for this one -- they found a way to get money from the cord-cutters who stopped paying the cable ESPN fee.
  12. Dr Fauci is saying that we shouldn't be hosting/attending Super Bowl parties this year. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/30826776/dr-anthony-fauci-warns-super-bowl-parties-avoid-coronavirus-spread What's next, that we can't have large gatherings for the next holiday, Valentine's Day, either? Damn it.
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