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  1. 1a. Darnold 1b. Beachum. Without the former, the offense legitimately looked like they were fill-ins in the beginning of the Gene Hackman / Keanu Reeves movie, only they never get better. They just remain being terrible. Because they are terrible. Without the later, the offensive line was a dumpster fire.
  2. Well I got her numbah, how do you like them apples.
  3. We’re winning games that we would have lost the last ten seasons. When Brady gets bailed out by the refs it’s just another notch in his W column. I’m just gonna take it as a W and hope they improve and still win games.
  4. I wouldn’t mind it. It would be more efficient for me. I could consolidate my hatred to just the one person, instead of two.
  5. Money got Mosley here, not Jamal Adams. Same like every other free agent. The only player who will attract other free agents, is a franchise QB.
  6. I tend to agree. I don’t think Cooper is on Julio’s level, but how often can you get an elite WR in their prime for their entire contract? Allows us to go Oline early and not come out of the draft and go into the season with one or the other.
  7. Ehh, it's a pretty flimsy lawsuit. Toradol is just a high-strength NSAID, it's not some wonder drug that doesn't allow you to feel pain. It's great for musculoskeletal stuff, but I think these guys are overblowing it. I'd be more concerned with their kidneys than them running through a brick wall because of it.
  8. 1a. Offensive line injuries / regression 1b. Gurley hurt / whatever they're hiding 2. Goff not being able to carry a team. That's essentially it. Everything was predicated on the offensive line and Gurley. Goff looked good because of them. Once 1a and b regressed, their whole team regressed. If Goff was the goods, they could have weathered it, but he isn't and never was. It's the same damned reason that the Pats, Steelers, Saints, Packers, Manning-era Colts etc. can weather pretty much every storm. They have a QB who is the goods and can mask pretty much most positional regression.
  9. These seem like exquisitely contradictory statements. I suspect, that you sir, do not in fact, wish this man perfect health.
  10. Hopefully someone told him if he gets them above .500, he can take home two of whatever he was hooking up with instead of just the one like a some f*%ing special team gunner.
  11. Firstly, I don't think it's that big of a deal. It's not a good look though. Secondly, you want to be considered a great like Tom Brady and Aaron Donald? The hell was the last time you saw them doing this? Not saying either are choir boys, they're just smart enough to not do this publicly. Hell, Jeter was a notorious douche (diehard yankee fan), but outside of the Mariah Carey nonsense, you barely heard his name in a negative light. Jamal needs to grow up fast or his mouth is going to lose his considerable play a lot of money.
  12. Beachum: did not realize what a stabilizing force a barely league-average LT can make. Makes you excited for what a good offensive line will do to this team Griffen: does his job, has solid hands, reliable blocker Austin: has all the physical tools and technique to be a solid starting CB Hewitt: reliable ILB. Can either play alongside Mosely next year if Williamson doesn't return healthy, or a solid backup. Sam: I gotta say, he had a stretch of games where even when he played well, he just made some absolutely inane decisions that made you think he would never overcome that. I'm the first to admit the defenses we've played since Miami have been horrendous, but it's been night and day his decision making for the most part. He's thrown the ball away when there were no open receivers, dirted the ball on busted plays. I'll keep saying it, but his decision to throw the ball away on third down after our first TD was overturned was eye-opening. Early season Sam tries to force that ball in somewhere and "get that touchdown back."
  13. The NY Times has a pretty in-depth calculator to look at this. If they run the table they still lose out on pretty much every tie-breaker, at least how it stands today.
  14. Saying how we'll win five out of six and ultimately eight out of our last nine is now deemed as a negative? Sheesh
  15. It’s almost as if it’s directly related to the caliber of defense he’s playing. All kidding aside, Beachum returning and stabilizing a shoddy line shows the kind of play Sam can deliver. Most impressive has been his decisions to throw the ball away. Best play today was throwing it away after having his touchdown overturned, instead of trying to get it back.

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