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  1. Wait . . . there is a Jimmy Buffett song that I actually enjoy listening to?? Very catchy tune.
  2. Hernandez was far more talented than Phillips (on the football field) IMO. Hernandez was one of the most elusive, ankle breaking (on the football field), runners in the open field I have ever seen. Never once saw the same "wow" factor from Phillips in college or the pros. Plus, my grandmother could have averaged 7 yards a carry behind that great Nebraska O-line.
  3. And the Sandy Hook victims might have been actors. Welcome to the Internet, where opinions are like a-holes.
  4. A big difference between the two is that Hernandez was an excellent NFL player and Phillips never was.
  5. Love the 1980's NBA, but I think the modern lineup is significantly stronger, particularly in the frontcourt, as SMC notes. Tough to pick against a backcourt with Jordan, but I think Curry's 3-point shooting would be a huge problem for the 80's group.
  6. I thought he would be worth a higher tender than 5th round based on his performance last season. I guess not to the Bills.
  7. Isn't that nearly every draft-worthy QB? Even generic starters like Alex Smith (1 college loss) and Andy Dalton (42 college wins) were hugely successful college QB's.
  8. Fast Times at Ridgemont High is my favorite Nicholas Cage movie.
  9. He got convicted on the gun possession charge though. That will get him at least two games from Goodell.
  10. Best -- Bill Raftery. His enthusiasm for even mediocre college basketball games is contagious and seems completely genuine. Worst -- the ESPY's. The biggest non-event in history is still somehow an annual event.
  11. I listen to the Fillmore performance of Let it Rain at least weekly. Not only vintage Clapton, but also one of my all-time favorite rhythm combinations (the late Carl Radle and the lid-flipped Jim Gordon) at the peak of their powers. Great stuff!
  12. Agree on all counts. This is my personal fave: And Travis Warren is certainly no Shannon Hoon, but I do like this number quite a bit. It is very . . . underrated.