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  1. That won't work, it will cause the players trouble with breathing, not too mention the pounding it will take. A shield for vision is one thing, and they get scratched often, but the face mask allows air for the player to breathe, yes even just covering the front of the mask will cause breathing issues, anyone who has worn a helmet can tell you this...
  2. There is just no way to play this sport safe from viruses; none. You can test all you want, but 10 days before you show signs? Then another 2-3 weeks before you are no longer able to pass it on? Not too mention how badly some get sick, some like a cold, others far worse than the flu... Sure, this will always be around now, maybe we never see a cure or prevention, but isn't it worth waiting to see? This ecconomy is still going to go down, no sense tempting people to gamble on sports, save them from their selves this year; just say no to sports, football, this year.
  3. The next two weeks will tell us as more & more people go out with or against orders....Gerogia, Wisconsin, California, Florida, watch these states and the states around them. If they jump in cases two week from now, or drop in cases, we will have an amswer. But the teams, the leagues have to decide what happena if one player on one team cpmes down with it? Or two? Is the team now bounced from the achedules? You know the owners want to games to be played, but what about season ticket holders? Even if they are played, no fans, do fans get a refund? Millions, 100's of millions could be lost not even counting the jobs no longer needed if fans are not in the stands; concessions money is a big boost or loss.
  4. It all depends on how things go once they open the entire country and we see if the nuber of cases ballons again. Time is all we have to go on right now, once we start people flying everywhere again, people going back to work, things could get ugly... As far as the Ravens, win 1 playoff game, look like you belong in the playoffs, then we can talk. 121 mil on the defense, no real practice, this should be eh, interesting...
  5. Correct, both had the best hands in college football last season. They fight for the ball, have strong hands after the catch, soft when needed, neither is a body catcher unless they have to be; they know how to be a receiver..
  6. Imagine if he had been the one to pull the gun... It's a gun, no need to emphasize how close she pointed it at him, it can kill from 100 feet away...
  7. Yep, hard worker, knows what he wants and how to go about getting there, solid hands, good speed, just get that quickness in & out of breaks, yes you can improve your quickness..
  8. tsylvester

    All A's

    If he passes the physical & reaches his talent. He was not as good as thought for the precious two, three teams he played for, but looked pretty good with the Seahawks... We shall see
  9. tsylvester

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    Both Skura and Murkari did very well last year with this style of blocking scheme. With strong guards next to them, it should be a very good line once again
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    Both Phillips and Bredesen are good at run blocking, Phillips the more powerful. But they also struggle with pass blocking in different ways. Phillips with speed rushes, and locating stunts amd blitzes. Bull rushers he handles well, it's mostly his foot work; not the quickest feet. Bredesen is the opposite almost; he gets bull rushed easily, but he is pretty smart, he sees the stunts, blitzes coming to some extent, very well for a college player, coaching helped him. He too does not have the quickest of feet, but both players have the potential to be solid NFL guards with time. I expect Phillips to really be the better player with his natural strength, he is a mauler.
  11. tsylvester

    UFA's

    Right papa, for all of the rookies in the league this year, with no pre camps, posibly no camp at all, this is going to be a difficult fime to be a rfa or even a rookie. This year of all the years, 4 pre-season games are needed if they can even play the games.
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    All A's

    The Mad man is not a 3 down tackle, but in this rotation, he will be a force to move...
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    All A's

    I wasn't thrilled with the rb pick but understand it, disappointed with not get an edge rusher but that is how the draft shook out. Overall, very pleased with the choices and the potential this draft class holds. I would give it a B with the real chance of being an A++ Oh & they got a road grader in Phillips, if he can learn to pass block, they will have Yanda's replacement and a great offensive line
  14. These last few picks are Raven like players, natural leaders, over compensating for their lack of talent. Nice picks, overall a nuce draft with potential to be a great draft
  15. As I said Max, I understand the pick, the value was great. Time will tell if one of the players the Ravens needed that were drafted after Dobbins and before their pick at 60 will turn out to be better. I am fine with the draft this far, it is how it played out, Higgins being there for the start of the 2nd round was a shock, I am sure especially to the Bengals. He would have been a great addition to this team, maybe..... Could the Ravens have been able and willing to trade back into the first to nab Higgins? Only Magnum will know I suppose, possibly Zeus & Apollo, but they are "barking madd"... These guys, aside from our great first pick, will be in training pads for a while. We have our return man for sure, if kickoffs are still a thing.
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