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  1. c00kies

    NFL thread

    Two slow starts to start the season. I would like to see us disrupt the QB more, but having a CB helps with that too. We have competent CBs, but they need pressure to work effectively. Darby was burned against the Falcons, but was also able to make a nice play and intercept the ball when Ryan was pressured. The Offense is still gelling and I think the running back game will get figured out eventually.
  2. c00kies

    NFL thread

    Embarrassing to lose to the Falcons, but a dropped pass away from winning, despite our top 2 wrs being injured. That said, it's still early and it's Wentz's 2nd game, so he's still got some gelling to do (hopefully the injuries aren't too big).
  3. c00kies

    NFL thread

    Another reason is that it might help people believe you if the perp goes through something that muddies his/her reputation. Star WR that is a bit quirky versus receiver who has been in fits with managers etc... It's also the reason why I think more people tend to come out after one person breaks it, because it becomes more and more likely that people will believe you.
  4. c00kies

    NFL thread

    The Steelers used to have a triple threat, now they just have Ben and Juju. Patriots look good, and I can't wait till they play the Chiefs again
  5. c00kies

    NFL thread

    The Patriots were a "lined up onside" away from not making it to the Superbowl last year, so it's not like there wasn't room for improvement already (plus they got a more beneficial SB matchup IMO). The offense will continue to be dominant for them, and the loss of Gronk is offset a bit by the acquisition of Brown (will be different roles of course). It will be a nightmare for d-coordinators to defend, and their best bet is probably a DL that can disrupt the Pats offense and get to Brady (like the 07 Giants).
  6. c00kies

    NFL thread

    Seattle stealing Clooney for two guys on the cusp of being cut and a 3rd rounder (which they can replace if Clowney signs elsewhere). Would have been interesting to see him with philly, but Seattle's run stop got a huge boost, and they should see pass disruptions too...just gotta hope he stays healthy.
  7. Not sure how Koodo is in the Vancouver area, but I'm with them in Winnipeg and it's $54 a month for unlimited text and calling, as well as 5GB of data and it's not a contract. This is with me already having/owning my phone. I've had no issues with them so far.
  8. Blockbuster is a lot like Edmonton; they're both useless, but people like to talk about how good they used to be
  9. I don't know how much this will help you, but I went to daycare when I was 4ish after some bad babysitters...my experience was a great one. I still had kid drama (a kid said I was his friend one day, then the next day said we weren't), but I always felt safe and genuinely had a good time.
  10. I like my girls like I like my hockey players
  11. c00kies

    CFL Thread

    Well, the defense has been very good to start the year, even with some offensive hiccups. I'm still not convinced after the first 3 games, and would like to see us play against Calgary (with Bo in) to truly see where we are. The Bombers are great at finding ways to lose in the playoffs (if we get there), so it's hard to get overly excited
  12. Apparently he wants to work with Florida, but can't if he's on LTIR or something like that.
  13. Wow...at least be a bit realistic; there's no way they mentioned the Canucks
  14. He's a solid player, but I wouldn't consider him irreplaceable by any means, so if he wants more money, we'll have to decline to give the money to our core players. Depth players are important, but very few are irreplaceable, including Byfuglien and Ladd (who were important in Chicago's Cup run and were steady producers). Chicago gave Bickell a big contract (4M) after, and ended up regretting it and having to move him with Teravainen to the canes. I agree with your take of promoting from within to replace these players, as the bottom 6 is where your seasoned prospects should easily be able to fill in. That said, I'm happy to have him back on his current deal