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Moo Daeng

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  1. Many many times. It's OK but lacking in anything not built in the past 20 years. You can only go to so many breweries. It's a very shallow city.
  2. People went to Detroit and Indianapolis. They will go anywhere
  3. He shouldn't have too much problem with Melvin. If he's looking better you go with your young draft pick in my opinion
  4. We were 18th in yards and 18th in points allowed. There are 32 teams. 18th to top 10 at least would be possible
  5. I can see how Melvin is the odd man out if Pride shows progress
  6. I think we are going to see multiple alignments and groups. Possibly with Perryman and Thompson being kind of like the core traditional linebackers with lots of things pivoting around that.
  7. Not at all. I was just thinking last night about how it's a pretty nice unit. Perryman if healthy is rather stout and physical. I'm quite optimistic about the group.
  8. I don't really see the Snow is a big talker angle at all. He's just a guy who loves coaching and answers questions pretty honestly without giving out too much. That unit overachieved given the circumstances. I assume they don't need to be listed again.
  9. But mine would have Sean Payton at the top. Him and Reid together though I think Payton is a bit better.
  10. 6th. If you are going to draft a long snapper and not use him, try to stash him, and lose him then it is a waste. Drafting a LS at all is questionable. But certainly if the above happens LOL
  11. Yes, a hall of fame quarterback is desirable. Intriguing analysis.
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