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  1. Chubb. Being a "bell cow" doesn't have a direct correlation to being productive. I think he'll be good, but honestly, I think people are overrating Mayfield too. I don't think their offense is going to be as productive as people think. I see Chubb as a high end RB2 for the first part of the season, but as the season closes, you might as well cut him because you can't count on him to start. I see Hunt as an RB4/5. At best, he'll play 6 games for you and most of them will be spot duty as he gets into the fold and then a part of an RBBC. The only way either of these two are of season long value to you, is if one gets hurt.
  2. I agree, he's probably a low end 1... but most likely a top end 2 prior to Hunt, but after Hunt, he's at best a 4. So I value him as a 3 because I can't count on him to be a starter the whole season. So, like I said, easy. I slot him as an RB3.
  3. Spot on my friend, spot on. The same media that trashed Palin is the same media that is promoting worse that currently exists on the left.
  4. LOL, we are not one in the same. Simply pointing out that you choose to see what you want to see, and not seeing what actually is there. But really, it's ok. I can't help you. A doctor can. I just encourage you to go see one, that's all.
  5. I don't know. I think it's pretty easy. I'd put him as an RB3.
  6. You need help dude. Seriously. There are doctor's that handle this kind of mental issue.
  7. I think it's more likely to be the nail in the coffin. Can you imagine the reaction if after 4+ years of hounding him about it, he reveals that he's been paying $40M-$50M per year for the last however previous years?
  8. In the past, people have jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge with 100% success rate. Seem like the next logical step is to have everyone do that. No? If someone wants to release their returns, have at it. If they don't, it shouldn't be an issue. I see no real reason why ANY candidate needs to do it. "Just because" isn't a real reason.
  9. As proof... https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/tampa-bay-buccaneers/jameis-winston-16725/ Winston will have made over $46M in 5 years after this season and he stinks. If Murray stinks as bad as Winston, he'll make even more money. If he's comparatively that bad in baseball, he'll never make it past AAA.
  10. Exactly, he'll only have his signing bonus.
  11. He's thinking that baseball is too hard and will take the easy money.
  12. TBayXXXVII

    This could be a weird question

    Have to agree with Larry. Burfict truly is a terrible person. I can't think of anyone other than him. Now, I don't ever wish/hope for him to get hurt, but outside of that, I hope nothing good ever comes to him during his career.
  13. TBayXXXVII

    LeBron is a focking loser

    Better FG% winning makes sense. Out of curiosity... is the winning pct better or worse when you look at FT Made?
  14. TBayXXXVII

    Tyreek in trouble

    I personally don't recollect any NFL player abusing a child where the other parent wasn't the one pressing the charges. Child Services will take that child out of their current living environment and put them in a more stable one. Generally, it's a family member. If they do file charges, the prosecution costs do not come out of their personal coffers, it's state funded. It's no different than Jon Doe being prosecuted by the state for murdering his wife Jane. Child Services simply files on behalf of the minor child.
  15. TBayXXXVII

    Tyreek in trouble

    Child Services can press charges against parents. There doesn't need to be one parent pressing charges against the other.
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