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Scott Dierking last won the day on March 12 2012

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  1. And moxie got Favre through a lot. Darnold does not have confidence yet.
  2. I can imagine, based on what I read, Cohen wants the very best. Unless Brodie has a big year this year, I can see him going soon.
  3. Mets need to clear 2 spots on the 40 man roster. This would be very unMetsy to add depth like this. If this is the way it stays, I would be fine. But, with them reportedly over the luxury tax, it does not feel that way
  4. Reportedly, this deal puts the Mets over the luxury cap (I can't believe that). It would seem they will dump a salary here somewhere, and probably pay (in prospects) to do it. Marte would just add to that salary total.
  5. I can like Porcello as a 5, not so much as a 4. If BVW trades a contract to reduce salary and includes a prospect, things may get ugly
  6. This Porcello signing is interesting. Something is up as the Mets must have some trade working somewhere.
  7. 1. I never asked you, It was not directed toward you. 2. Yesterday I helped edify you based on your "ignorance", when you could not read a simple chart when clarifying draft round and position.
  8. DB- I don't disagree with anything that you say here (this thread). Help the uninformed here on DVOA and DYAR: -Does it distinguish between situations on the football field: -Say a run on 3rd and one and the yards gained (where the defense may be stacked in the box) -Vs a run on 3rd and long (where the the defense may be laying back and giving up yards -Does it distinguish yards gained as being different in say carries 1-10 vs 30+ in a game? I follow the metrics in baseball and find some useful and some garbage. And some no one can explain what they mean and how they are derived. I do not follow it in football. The Reader's Digest version, please.
  9. Man, the deGrom deal looks pretty good.
  10. You would lose. The NFL attorneys would ask you. "Were you aware that New England had a propensity for cheating"? "Oh, you did". "And you still decided to wager on their games"? "We are sorry, we can't help you".
  11. This story has been out for a while https://www.nj.com/jets/2014/06/rex_ryan_on_mike_pettine_playbook_story_its_disrespectful_to_new_england.html The idea of the Patriots getting their hands on the Jets' secrets, just a few years after Spygate? The story spread like wildfire. This is what passes for big NFL news in June, apparently. "Let me tell you about one thing I know for a fact: Number one, I think it’s disrespectful to New England to sit back and say that, ‘Oh, they did this,’" Ryan said. "Let me tell you: Every single game that we’ve ever had with New England has been decided on the field. Nobody’s had a competitive advantage. Nobody’s had anything else. And that’s a fact." Pettine, the former Jets defensive coordinator and current Browns head coach, was the subject of a lengthy profile published in The MMQB. The story, written Greg A. Bedard, includes an anecdote about how Pettine is keeping his initial Browns playbook light because, as he put it, "We know in places like New England, it's only a matter of time that they somehow mysteriously end up with our playbook."

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