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Ignatius del Sol

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  1. If you're going to be in the content business you're just going to have to grow up and put this ridiculous notion that anybody cares about your hard work right out of your mind. I'm being constructive here. The level of detail you went into on the individual transactions doesn't really bolster your argument in any way. This isn't research you had to do. It's time you wasted Googling. What you think is your process is really just a distraction. Next time just sit down, close the browser, and make your point. And knock it off with the quotation marks.
  2. Of course it's insulting and false. The underlying information isn't work, yours, his, or otherwise, because facts aren't proprietary, and I think the conclusion that this record is one of a 'draft genius' is sufficiently insane as to rule out the possibility that it actually came from somewhere.
  3. Chandler's at .330 now with the Bucks game in the books. 17 on 4 FGA will do that. Walker's still sh*tty.
  4. The problem with Mangold is using the second pick of a total rebuild on a premium center. Yeah, there's one every year and they always go in that range, but Mangold is better than the other dudes and he was taken later so there's at least some sort of surplus value there. Tannenbaum gets zero credit for Revis because he didn't ****ing do anything. Revis was Mangini's pick. All Tannenbaum had to do was pay chart value to move up and then ink a slot deal. Check and...sh*t.
  5. And 'we' certainly took our time reaching said point, didn't 'we?'
  6. Statistically he's been almost exactly the same overall this year (.308 WP48) as he was last year (.311 WP48). Anecdotal beastliness is irrelevant.
  7. He does play like this all the time. I don't care how off Felton was, it just should not be possible for the Knicks to lose a game in which Chandler takes 13 shots.
  8. If you're not disputing that the metric matters, then why do you need to construct a dumb narrative implying that the success of the model in projecting Sanchez's performance has less to do with its own efficacy than with intervening acts of bad coaching? Sanchez started sixteen games for a program with an unparalleled track record for turning blue chip skill players into NFL busts and is just generally a musical-watching, hot dog-eating, belly shirt-wearing friend of Morrissey. He sucks because he was never no way no how not going to suck.
  9. This is revising history. He was a bad QB prospect because he had 16 starts.
  10. This is because everything we did was completely stupid for reasons that were entirely obvious even at the time. It really doesn't take a genius to foresee that a roster created through moves like drafting a quarterback with sixteen college starts, putting a first round grade on a big ten running back, giving a tackle-compiling linebacker a second contract, and giving away draft picks for the privilege of paying veteran talent free agent prices is headed for disaster. Even with Rex the issue of his getting passed over multiple times in Baltimore was just totally glossed over. The product the Jets are marketing is custom-built to extract maximum profits from an uncritical fan base.
  11. That's not what the language and math is for. If we want to sway the masses we have to use pictures.
  12. I agree. Sanchez is just like Johnny Unitas.
  13. Triplette is an idiot but that call was a no-brainer. And again, we lost this game because we needed mediocre quarterback play to win going away and couldn't get it.
  14. And now that we've lost it's all on Hill and the defense. sh*t is Penningtological.
  15. If our defense had any goddamn pride at all somebody would have speared the sh*t out of Sanchez on his way back to the sideline right there.
  16. I wouldn't really expect the administrator of a Bills/Dolphins/Patriots salary cap site to have an issue with the Jets taking Sanchez.
  17. Anybody not see where this is going?
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