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  1. I appreciate the time you put into the response, but respectfully agree to disagree. Gholston did NOTHING and cost us more draft capital than pretty much anyone up there. I suppose you could argue Robertson (since we actually traded up to get him) but he at least lasted 5 years and was playing with an arthritic condition. Hack was by far the "worst" but cost us a late second as opposed to an early first. Like you said, it depends on the definition of "bust" -- I see Gholston's picture next to the word in the dictionary. Some of the posts above me talk about who could have been picked instead, and to me that has NOTHING to do with the "bust" label. I just pray I live long enough to have a debate about the BEST Jet draft pick one day, instead of always being stuck with the WORST . . .
  2. In all honesty I can't think of a "bust" bigger than Gholston -- he checked EVERY box. Can you name a bigger one?
  3. So is 40,000,000 losing their jobs, businessess, homes, etc. So is the rise in child abuse. So is the decline in social services for people who need it most. If you think an 88 year old dying is worse than a 48 year old not being able to provide for his family, we'll agree to disagree (especially when the 88 year old can wear a mask, but the 48 year old had everything taken away from him in the blink of an eye) . . .
  4. This actually illustrates my point. Everyone is so focused on "don't become complacent with your health", but that's something we can control -- let everyone take personal responsibility for their health. But the economic devastation so many are facing? They had NO say in that whatsoever, but most/many seem to have an "it will all work out just don't get sick" attitude. There is REAL suffering going on out there, and it has nothing to do with catching the virus . . .
  5. A more accurate poll would have included age/health. Some people are flat-out paranoid and think the world should stop for a .2% mortality rate, while others have relevant concerns due to their own personal situation . . .
  6. I don't think people realize that anything these governors say are GUIDELINES, not LAWS. They technically can't do anything if/when people break them (other than issuing summons that would get thrown out once they got to court). Having said that, I'm not advocating mass rebellion, but I wouldn't call people who are about to lose their businesses "suckers" . . .
  7. I find it hard to believe any business would have chosen to close for 2+ months simply because of their specific employees health situation, but no reason to go down that road. My original point was I hope they play games with fans, not just so people can choose for themselves if they want to go, but also so 1000's of people will have a source of income back (if they choose to utilize it). If you agree with that, great. If not, then have a great day anyway. Go Jets
  8. I disagree that the millions being affected are being given the same consideration as the thousands getting sick. Those "mistakes that were made" were conscious decisions, not unfortunate side-effects. IMO the priority should be opening the country, while managing the sickness best we can, not the other way around. But I understand this isn't the place to debate it, which is why I'm tip-toeing around my posts . . .
  9. It better be a virtual grad or someone's gonna be in trouble . . .
  10. The "argument" is I'd rather see people in the stands because it means 1,000s will have jobs. Of course I'll take football any way I can get it, I'm just amazed at how many people focus on the .2% who can die from this virus but ignore the MILLIONS of healthy people having their lives ruined . . .
  11. True, my post was poorly worded. What I meant was the only "benefit" of playing games without fans is the owners make more money, whereas if there are fans thousands of people who DO need the money will have a job to go to each weekend . . .
  12. You may not need it, but you have the freedom to choose it . . .
  13. LOL -- apparently .2% of the population is now known as "the entire populace" . . .

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