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Jack Straw

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  • Birthday 06/12/1984

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  1. Fantastic write up, as usual. Great job, KRL and thank you!
  2. You don't trade for a four-win quarterback.
  3. Davonta Smith is a young, faster, more athletic version of Antonio Brown and is going to catch billion passes a year.
  4. Yes, god designed an offense that refuses to throw the ball past the line of scrimmage.
  5. If Kirk was an overweight 68 year-old man with diabetes, instead of a 32 year-old professional athlete in perfect health, I'd be impressed by his statement.
  6. A fair question to ask is, who gives a sh*t? The dude wasn't allowed to work, likely because he was contagious and they didn't want to risk the entire team getting sick. And being bored and alone, he decided to go bowling. Personally, I would have stayed home and cranked a few out, but to each their own I suppose. These writers need to get a life.
  7. All three are softer than Alize with a chaser.
  8. So he needs 3 MVP awards before being elite?
  9. Exactly right. He spends the entirety of the game dinking and dunking, with hopes of setting the defense up for a big play - but if those big plays are missed, the offense isn't scoring. It's like a boxer who spends the majority of 10 rounds getting beat up, waiting for his opportunity to counter-punch to deliver a knockout blow. Sure, that's a strategy, but if you swing and miss, you're going to lose the fight on points 10 times out of 10.
  10. I've been traveling and out of action, so excuse me if this has been discussed already. But I just rewatched every Sam Darnold completion from week 1 to see if it was as bad as I remember, from a schematic standpoint, and my god, I can't believe this is what "offensive genius" Adam Gase has drawn up for today's NFL. A breakdown of Sam's 28 completions: Completions: Behind the line of scrimmage: 8 Within 0-5 yards of the line of scrimmage: 16 Between 5-10 yards of the line of scrimmage: 2 Longer than 10 yards: 2 (let the record show, the two longest completions w
  11. True, but Slater played ~70% of his team's special teams snaps to Cannon's 30%. So while I appreciate the comparison and understand your point, I'm not sure it's an apples to apples comparison. Cannon is good at one specific niche within the niche that is special teams: and that is being a gunner. He doesn't return kicks or punts, which limits his contributions. If he was on the field for the majority of the ST snaps, I'd understand his place on the roster....but to be a crappy RB and only be on the field for 30% of ST plays seems like a bad use of a roster spot.
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