• posted a message on BREEZE THRU MEDIA ||| 02/13 || TROY POLAMALU HOF Tribute | Mythos TROY POLAMALU | Superbowl Hero CHAMPS EDITION
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    I’d take a new SB champs KC avi before the site moves if ya have time brotha.... sick work as always. 

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     Holy crap dude! Freaking amazing! 👊🏼

     I'm so ashamed, bro. lol What happened to that Cowboys loyalty?

     Cowboys fan for life brotha. However, once my team was out it’s natural for me to root for the hometown team. I’ve lived in Springfield, Missouri my whole life. This is just showing support temporarily  for the home team. I’ll get my cowboys art back soon haha 

     Springfield, nice! That's bottom left of the state, I grew up in the top right lol.

     Nice man! Hannibal? 

     Ooh, close. LaGrange. Very, and I mean very small town.

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  • posted a message on NFL Discussion: Chiefs Super Bowl Champions!!!

    Fantastic stuff from Teddy.

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  • posted a message on BREEZE THRU MEDIA ||| 02/13 || TROY POLAMALU HOF Tribute | Mythos TROY POLAMALU | Superbowl Hero CHAMPS EDITION
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    I’d take a new SB champs KC avi before the site moves if ya have time brotha.... sick work as always. 

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     Holy crap dude! Freaking amazing! 👊🏼

     I'm so ashamed, bro. lol What happened to that Cowboys loyalty?

     Cowboys fan for life brotha. However, once my team was out it’s natural for me to root for the hometown team. I’ve lived in Springfield, Missouri my whole life. This is just showing support temporarily  for the home team. I’ll get my cowboys art back soon haha 

     Springfield, nice! That's bottom left of the state, I grew up in the top right lol.

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  • posted a message on NFL Discussion: Chiefs Super Bowl Champions!!!

    I know it's early, but tbf it makes more sense asking this now seeing as the season is still fresh in our memories. Who do you all think will be the #1 player as voted on by peers for 2020? My money is on Mahomes. Even though he's only been a starter for two years it's the greatest start for any QB in the history of the NFL, plus he's regarded as one of the most gifted players we've ever seen, his strength, arm, accuracy, IQ, leadership skills, all of it. Having consistency and a Super Bowl win now sure doesn't hurt either, and nobody in the league seems to hate him. I feel like players will respect all of that and it'll be his year. I could also see Lamar ending up in that #4 spot Mahomes was in last time, outstanding season (the best dual threat season for a QB ever), but nonetheless still really only one year to go off of, and no major playoff success, so not #1 yet (I know a lot of us were surprised last year when Mahomes wasn't #1, but the more I thought about it, the more it made sense). Thomas, CMC, and idk, possibly Donald, rounding out the top 5. 

     

    Friendly reminder that Antonio Brown was ranked #7 going into this year, and #2 going into 2018. What a humongous fall from grace.

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  • posted a message on Kansas City Chiefs Discussion Thread: We Fought For Our Right to Partyyyyyyyyyyyy
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    Chiefs resigned Gehrig Dieter Patrick Star

     

    Hes like my all time favorite player that almost no one knows

     He's got a good personality, I'll give him that. But I feel like the biggest reason they keep giving him chances is because he's Mahomes' best bud. Which I'm not opposed to necessarily, but if he wasn't I'm betting he'd have been cut (for good) by now. He has potential I suppose.

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    Same thing with Tom except he's better obviously, but his wrs weren’t good maybe in a place with them he’d do good? He got carried by defense this year but maybe that’s a big factor on what was around him and I can agree with that with what wentz had 

     I put very little blame on Brady. That offense was so bad. The OL was injured, running game didnt exist, and they had the worst receiving group. 

     

    You talk a lot about how Wentz should get a pass because of his receivers. I agree. Brady had the exact same situation though. Patriots led the league in drops. At least Wentz had Ertz.

     

    The top 3 receivers on the Patriots in 2019 (according to PFF) was AB with an 86.9 rating(he played one game), James White with an 85.3 rating(he is a RB), and Elandon Roberts with an 80.2 rating(he is a LB they turned into a FB at the end of the year). No one else had a higher grade than 75.

     I'd give it like, 75% of the blame to his offense and 25% to Brady. Maybe 80/20. He clearly didn't trust his receivers, which is big in terms of communication and chemistry. And he clearly didn't trust his o-line very much as well because of the injuries, although let's be honest, they gave up the 5th least sacks in the league, which isn't bad at all.

     

    But aside from that there were various other times where Brady had all the time in the world in the pocket, had a receiver or receivers open, and just threw a duck. He still surveys the field well enough, and he's seen basically every defensive formation ever at this point in his career. But those are the moments when you realize that he's 42 and is far from what he used to be. His body is going to force him to retire before his brain wants to.

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    This is probably the second happiest day of Colton's life, the first being the original time this deal was released

     Can't be that high, you have to stick the Chiefs Super Bowl win in there somewhere. Top five for sure though.

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  • posted a message on Kansas City Chiefs Discussion Thread: We Fought For Our Right to Partyyyyyyyyyyyy
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    I still cant get over it. This team actually won the SB. 

     

    We all knew Tyrann Mathieu was a huge addition but I'd say he was the best free agent signing of 2019. His difference won a SB.

     

    They actually won 

     It's so nice to say "they did it" compared to "there's always next year, we'll get it next year". And yes, still very much surreal.

     

    Mathieu was without a doubt a huge addition, hence why he was the MVP of the team. Clark too, especially in the latter part of the season when he was healthy. And we can't forget about Spags, who took an absolutely garbage defense and turned them into one of the best in the league. They made a lot of changes, but Spags may have been the most important. The two second-round rookies showed out as well and have promising futures. Injury plagued as heck and they still won it all. That almost never happens. Just imagine if Hill and Mahomes had stayed healthy. The latter was on pace for 6,000 freaking passing yards through four games, nearly all of it without his best receiver. Could any other team in the league, perhaps ever, do that? Down by 24, 10 and 10 in the playoffs, and came back to win all three games.That's never happened. Everything was stacked against them and yet they got it done anyways. Imagine what they could do when hardly anything is. If they can form a team that doesn't exceed the cap without a whole lot of sacrifices, I am very excited for the future of this franchise, because somehow a Super Bowl win doesn't even feel like a peak yet.

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  • posted a message on XFL Discussion: Week 3
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    I like the names from a straight up creative sense (Roughnecks, Battlehawks, etc.), but I agree they basically have no significance to where the team is based, which is kind of annoying. I love the Guardians uniforms but that's about it. The Dragons' ones are okay.

     I mean a lot of the nfl teams don't have a significance either.

     That simply isn't true. https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/25650/whats-nickname-origins-all-32-nfl-team-names

     

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  • posted a message on XFL Discussion: Week 3
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    I agree with the names of the teams being the only bad part of the league lol. Every NFL team (for the most part, maybe except for a few) had some kind of area-specific tales and histories to each of their names. Stuff like the Defenders, Guardians, Battlehawks, just feels like the names of brand-new D3 college teams.

     I'm not gonna act like the NFL teams have the greatest names in history. Its moreso the fact that everyone is used to them. 

    You sort of have a point, if the Green Bay Packers were called like the Green Bay Gorillas or whatever, and you learned that they were nearly called the Green Bay Packers, I feel like most people would go, "Well that would have been stupid." But the difference is that the significance to the area is what makes those names so special. Packers refers to the Indian (later renamed AMCE) Packing Company, which employed the founder of the Packers, Curly Lambeau, and sponsored the team. There's history behind most if not all of them, and that's what makes those names a whole lot less stupid. 

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    I like the names from a straight up creative sense (Roughnecks, Battlehawks, etc.), but I agree they basically have no significance to where the team is based, which is kind of annoying. I love the Guardians uniforms but that's about it. The Dragons' ones are okay.

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  • posted a message on NFL Discussion: Chiefs Super Bowl Champions!!!
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    That's where I disagree. You say it's a cheaper alternative that gets you the same result. You dont know that it gets you the same result. You could go from an 8 win team to a 3 win team. 

     

    Dak threw for nearly 5k yards and had 30 TDs. I dont see a rookie coming in and doing better. I dont see a rookie coming in doing the same. This roster is ready to compete right now and I think rolling the dice on a rookie QB with no team chemistry will put the Cowboys in a hole.

     I'm sort of with DP on this one. Established good QB over potentially good QB nearly every time. But if he's unwilling to play for what they're willing to pay, then there's not much of a choice between the two regardless.

     

    At some point they're going to have to sit down and decide if that advantage of established compared to potential is valuable enough in order to vouch for the larger amount of money they'll end up giving to Dak. Opportunity cost at its finest.

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    Pat's reaction to an absolutely perfect punt by King being botched was my favorite part of Week 1 by far, as well as his other gems. Can't wait for week 2!

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    A bit off topic but I think my wife got me a Patrick Mahomes painting for Valentines 

     She knows you well.

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