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PostSubject: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Wed Sep 06, 2017 7:12 pm



You like your team. But many, many people don’t like your team. This 2017 RW Minor League Preview is for those in the latter group.

***A note on projection changes: With all the injuries, trades, free agent grabs, preseason win and preseason fail, some teams have moved left and right on the power rankings since the Chapter 10 season preview. Arsenic, Nukes and Unicorns (!!) got worse (relative to the rest of the league), while Pigskins, Werewolves and Marauders all improved. Silverbacks and Vipers had standbys to weather their losses but have much less room for error going forward.


CHAPTER 11

KALAMALCOHOLIC PUKES – MAN KEITH THE BARBARIAN

OFFENSIVE DEPTH: KRIEK, SEEMS TO EVAPORATE AT FIRST BUT LINGERS ON THE PALETTE INTO RIBBONS OF FRUIT AND BISCUIT
DEFENSIVE DEPTH: MILLER LITE, NOTHING THERE BUT IT IS REFRESHING ON A HOT DAY
OFFENSIVE PUNCH: HAZY IPA, 7.5% ABV
DEFENSIVE PUNCH: COLORADO GROCERY STORE BEER, 3.2% ABV

SEASON STRENGTH PROJECTION: BEST OF THE PLAYOFF CONTENDERS, TOP OF TIER 3


Man Keith is man of few words. He is frightened and confused by our modern world. When he sees new posts on the forum, he asks, “How do these people keep stealing my talk rectangle and writing me messages? Am I going mad?” When he drives to work in his 250 mechanical horses and listens to Matthew Berry, he thinks, “Who is this tiny man who lives in my mechanical horse, and why does he slave so many hours to give me mediocre advice?” He doesn’t know about your fancy Activity Trackers, keeping tabs on everyone like a buffalo god or a water spirit.

But he does know one thing, that he’s got four starting quarterbacks, five playable running backs, seven playable receivers (not counting whatever Dorsett becomes under Sith Lord Belichick and the Trumpriots), three playable tight ends, and no one gives a shit about kickers.

Let’s pick nits. Three of those starting quarterbacks would be lucky to score as much as a good tight end. The other is Matty Ice, a truly white, boring, white man. I’m supposed to believe that he’s going to replicate a historic year for the quarterback position with this guy as his playcaller? This guy? Steve Sarkisian has never called plays on a stage as big as the NFL before, but he did eat a booger on national TV. Getchoo a bite, indeed.

Frank Gore is 87. James White could average 5 touches a game as easily as 12. In front of them are Jordan Howard, who’s a younger Bilal Powell flush with opportunity to run it into 9-man fronts; and Demarco Murray, who is allegedly 29 but feels as if this is one of those things like my mother does where she celebrates the same birthday every year. Neither here nor there, but Murray also was the subject of my favorite headline ever.

Brandon Marshall probably still got it, but the stink coming from inside MetLife Stadium these days rivals the rotting carcass of the wet-with-diesel-lands outside it. And we all know what trusting in Jared “What’s in the box????” Cook gets you. Exhibit #3678B for why no one should ever go to Buffalo Wild Wings. Jared was trying to be cheap with his entourage, and look what he got. At least take your boys to Dave & Buster’s where they got pop-a-shot.

For all his blood sacrifices to Crom, Man Keith the Barbarian may have the deepest offense in the league, but these starters need a little more than superstition on their side. Could be a classic tortoise and hare game plan: a guaranteed 11 points a week from every slot is nothing to sneeze at. In a weekly game, though, you like to have a little rabbit in the soup. Bottom line, this is easily a top-third starting offense, but it’s at the bottom of that line.

Defense don’t look much better. When you’re probably starting more safeties than linebackers by week 3, it’s time to get a little nervous. A’Shawn Robinson will lose points at the DT position to nearly every team in the conference. One the plus side, he’s a great practical joker. Myles Garrett was knocked at Texas A&M for taking plays off, especially once the Annual Aggie Rollercoaster took over. He should have no problem staying motivated playing for… ahem… Cleveland.

Kiko will lead the Pukes in tackles, but might have some split games with newly arrived Lawrence Timmons. Demario Davis starts for the Jets because the Jets simply don’t want anyone better. Tahir “Pimple Popper, MD” Whitehead can’t seem to stay healthy since the Lions gave his job to a rookie. Behind them are a two-down, aging Poz; Señor Catfish in a rotation in New Orleans; a couple converted ends playing 3-4 OLB; and some prospects. It would be a surprise to see any outside the top three merit weekly starter status if the rest of the defense is healthy.

Xavier Rhodes figures to lead the cornerback group in points per game, he’s too good at actual football to get the targets he needs for fantasy. McCourty (who figures to see fewer tackle opportunities as opponents start running the clock in the third quarter), Grimey, and PP round out a solid, unspectacular group. In real life, this would be one of the top cornerback two-deeps in the country. Too bad this shit fake, y’all.

The safeties are where the Pukes make up for a lot. Barry-Berry-Ha Ha may sound like the ecstasy varietal that your 16-year-old cousin tries to sell you at Thanksgiving; but unlike that sad ordeal, if Man Keith sticks his dick in the mashed potatoes it will be for the right reasons. Kurt Coleman likewise figures to score in the top third of the Pukes’ defense and should moonlight in the Flex range most of the year.

That’s a lot of text to come back around to the point made 500ish words ago. There’s depth here, but whichever 11 players are plugged in, the Pukes defense figures to be below average. Much like A’Shawn’s credit card on a Friday night, this defense is DECLINED.

I’m going against the general grain, but the Pukes seem to be getting the plaudits that deservedly belong to another team in the division with the same initials as the conference we all call home. If the Pukes miss the playoffs, it will be because Chapter 11 is the best division in the minor leagues. If the Pukes win more than a game once they get there, it will be because Crom blesses a Man Keith who knows what is best in life: to conquer your enemies, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentations of their women.


TEN BUTT WIPERS – COLON

OFFENSIVE DEPTH: DEEP LIKE GOETSE
DEFENSIVE DEPTH: MORE THAN A FART, NOT QUITE A POOP
OFFENSIVE PUNCH: THE KUNG PAO SHRIMP AT P.F. CHANG’S
DEFENSIVE PUNCH: THE VEGETARIAN OPTION AT CHIPOTLE

SEASON STRENGTH PROJECTION: WORST OF THE BEST, BACK OF TIER 1


My wife has this wing of her family that’s basically the off-brand Royal Tenenbaums. The dad is a corporate lawyer on Wall Street, and he pays for the rest of them to be whatever sort of fuck up they want to be. The wife vacillates between watching soap operas all day and “pursuing her passion,” which this year is screenwriting night classes once a month. The oldest son is now in his 11th year of college in Paris. He wears black t-shirts with some sort of cartoon dragon on it every single day. I actually really like him.

The other son dabbles in the video game industry, but has literally quit three jobs in a row because they wanted to promote him and he didn’t want the responsibility. One time at Christmas, he spent the entire dinner refusing to speak. After about an hour and change, he went upstairs, and we all thought, “Thank god that’s over.” But he came back downstairs with an electric guitar and an amp and played Prodigy songs over everyone talking. He now exclusively dates dominatrixes.

The daughter spent the last three years of high school not going to high school and turning her work in via Dropbox. She now pays to intern on a sustainable farm. She pays the farm to do the farming. America is officially now the fly sticker they put in urinals for men to aim at so they don’t piss on the floor.

Every single one of them is a legit genius underachieving in their own unique way. I once drank nine beers over the course of a dinner where they spent two and half hours arguing about the differences in agrarian practices between England and France in the 18th century. They casually slip into French amongst themselves. They all have really cool stories about being in Moscow the day the Soviet Union fell.

And when they were teens, the kids used to sleep in the public park next to their house because there’s something about them that makes them all want to make everything exponentially harder on themselves than necessary. Because they’re assholes.

Sort of like the guy who would commit to writing a season preview series based around talking shit to people he doesn’t know. Really showing your a-hole, there, Colon.

And like the much smarter and wealthier in-laws that Colon drunkenly decided to bag on while writing this late at night to get it in before the start of the season, it wouldn’t be a surprise for this good-on-paper team to be shitty in life.

Like the Pukes, the Butt Wipers have the luxury of four quarterbacks on the roster who will be scoring week 1 points. Also like the Pukes, starting any of them past the first has all the appeal of taking your dad to prom in a dress. Since riding Ray Lewis & Co. to a Super Bowl, Joe Flacco’s most interesting headlines are that he stayed relatable enough to ride the bus and eat at McDonald's. God, it’s good to be a white quarterback. DeShone Kizer thinks he’s the perfect mix of Tom Brady and Cam Newton, so at least he’s confident.

Chad “Swag” Kelly may be the most talented Mr. Irrelevant ever, and have the most upside of any Butt Wipe QB (not a great sign). As a high schooler, he once threatened an AK-47 massacre; and then later when he was in college, brawled high school kids in public. What I think really shows his potential, though, is that even after porn star Mia Khalifa bodied him so hard on Twitter that Kelly had to delete his account, he still came back to her weeks later. Look at that kid’s moxie. You think Kizer got confidence? Have you seen Last Chance U? Swag Kelly don’t quit. Broncos starting QB in week 1 of 2018. Either that or dead in the handicap stall of an Arby’s bathroom somewhere between Memphis and Little Rock.

The Wipes have a one-man running back crew behind the signal-callers. If David Johnson can carry this unit like he did the Arizona Cardinals last year, Colon may be smearing some skid marks on the competition over the next couple months. Eddie Lacy, who most definitely DID NOT eat a hot dog last week, and Paul Perkins, who might be a hot dog for all the lateral agility he has, look worse and worse every day. Best case scenario is that the rest of their teams come down with mono at the same time and they have to hand off to themselves 60 times a game.

The receivers looked like the strength of this team coming out of the draft, but a high-low, hey-left-nut-hey-right-nut-let’s-squeeze-the-penis-in-between-us hit in the preseason took out Cameron Meredith. Now we’re looking at AJ Green, Dez “Feces Mansion” Bryant, and somehow both (both??) Denver receivers who can feel confident their GM solved the passing game by signing… Brock Osweiler. (Two) Cooper (one) Kupp might be a target hog in LA. Dede Westbrook is certainly looking like a Heisman finalist against backups in the preseason.

JG4EVA looks like he might have a bounce-back year, and Cameron Brate might have some big weeks in a TE-premium league, but you don’t really lust for him as a weekly starter. Justin Tucker, on the other hand, is a national treasure.

The raw numbers suggest a pretty good amount of depth both in the immediate backups and top-to-bottom aggregate. If DJ, AJ, Dez, the Denver guys, and JG4EVA can stay healthy, this will be one of the best offense in the conference. Since that probably won’t happen, we have to call out the fake depth behind them. If we go from DJ to Perkins or Dez to Kenny Stills, you can comfortable wipe this team from championship contention.

On the other side, by hook or by crook, this is actually a decent defense. Cox and Shelton should both be playable at tackle, and Irving could be a flex option when he comes back from suspension. Olivier Vernon has never been a favorite talent of mine, but JPP’s lobster claw makes Sir Lawrence a primary pass rusher and the Giants are talented enough on the line to keep double teams to a minimum.

The backers seem to be three to four deep, depending on what you think of Reuben Foster. Whatever shakes out between Cory James and Marquel Lee should add another. Ain’t dick behind them, though.

All three corners can play, and Vaccaro looks primed for a career year. If Jahleel Addae plays up to expectations this season, that’ll be enough.

If he can’t, or the linebackers fall on their faces, or Dez Bryant slips his chaperone, or David Johnson stubs his toe… well.


SCARY MASCOT THAT IS THE OPPOSITE OF CHILDLIKE MIKE GLENNON – CHILDLIKE MIKE GLENNON

OFFENSIVE DEPTH: HUNGER GAMES, SEEMS FUN (KIDS KILL EACH OTHER CROSSBOWS!) BUT NOT MUCH UNDER THE SURFACE
DEFENSIVE DEPTH: HARRY POTTER, I DON’T KNOW HOW THIS IS SO GOOD BUT IT HAPPENED
OFFENSIVE PUNCH: HAYMITCH ABERNATHY
DEFENSIVE PUNCH: NEVILLE LONGBOTTOM

SEASON STRENGTH PROJECTION: SECOND BEST, MIDDLE OF TIER 1


If you haven’t seen Baby Driver, I cannot recommend it enough. Great chases, amazing soundtrack, super fun. Kathleen Kennedy and the Star Wars brain trust may have really shit the bed by not casting Ansel Elgort as young Han Solo.

Probably because he looks like either a large 8th grader or a small 9th grader in his photo, Childlike Mike Glennon reminds me of Baby. Polite. Underestimated. Capable. While the Pukes and the Fan of Racist Team and others soaked up all the preseason sunshine, Childlike Mike Glennon just plugs away. A Garropolo trade here, a Joe Schobert pickup there. There’s something brewing, and ya’ll need to appreciate it.

If you want to beat CMG, better get to him early. This team won’t be fully armed and operational until Andrew Luck gets his Letters-From-Gettysburg ass back on the battlefield. All that’s left to hold down the fort is Carson Wentz and Scott “I Was Told There’d Be No Math” Tolzien, the latter of which may not be starting past this Sunday. At that point, we’re probably looking at Mike Wallace or Kevin White in the superflex. Mitch “Kissin' Tittiess [sic]” Trubisky might be there by midseason, but methinks if Trubisky starts for the Bears, that’s better for opposing pass rushers than the rookie titty kisser.

Odell Beckham obviously headlines the skill guys. Of course, his new coach left him in an extra quarter of a *PRESEASON GAME* *AGAINST THE BROWNS* and now he’s hurt. Probably wanted to teach Odell a lesson about preparedness and being there for his team, which is coach-speak for, “My dick is bigger than yours.” I swear to God, the Giants are the St. Louis Cardinals of the NFL and it never ceases to bore the ever-loving shit out of me. They think they’re the class of the league, which in the NFL is like being least syphilitic ladyboy in Phuket, just because the same family of rich turds have owned it since their bookie goon grandfather.

A true story: I went mattress shopping with my wife in LA, and one of the mattress salesmen we got tangled up with (and these guys run the gamut from law student to krokodil enthusiast) found out my wife is from the NYC area and gave us a 25-minute diatribe on how the Giants were the best team in American sports. He showed us a tattoo he had on his side that went from his belt to his armpit with a collage of Giants faces. Tiki Barber looks as smooth in a tattoo as he does in pictures of him leaving his pregnant wife for a 23-year-old intern. John Mara looks like an alter ego for the Red Skull.

Say what you will about the battery-throwers in Philly, or the Dallas fans who don’t care how high your blood alcohol content was when you killed that crossing guard if the Boys will JUST MAKE IT TO ONE GODDAMN NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. Washington people don’t have the luxury of compromising their integrity for wins, since Dan Snyder already traded that for a Pepsi logo and the coveted internet troll market. At least these other teams and their fans don’t pretend the NFL is something it’s not. They don’t huff and puff on AM radio when their star receiver gets his picture taken on a fucking boat. And that’s why Alshon, Pryor and Dez aren’t hurt going into week 1.

Fuck the Giants.

And fuck the St. Louis Cardinals, too, while we’re at it.

There are other good players on this offense, but how many words do you want on Golden Tate? Suffice to say, this is one of the thinner offenses out there. CMG is probably playing all three of his dependable tight ends, which means there’s a razor’s edge from championship contention and hoping Mike Wallace gets concussed so bad he wakes up thinking it’s 2010.

And yet, this does project out to be the second-best defense in the conference, largely thanks to its second-best linebacker group. The top 5 here all look like potential LB 1s and 2s. I’m still a Myles Jack believer even if he sheds blocks like he’s playing for the Texas Longhorns. He’s only 21 and slated to get three-down work. Landon Collins obviously did very well last year, and there’s no reason to think that will change. Sean Davis also figures to get a good bit of production, and might be an early replacement for Burfict. Damon Harrison probably won’t repeat his 2016, but somewhere around 15 to 16 points a week seems doable.

Again, there’s not much room for injury. The line positions are as thin as Childlike Mike Glennon’s arms. There are at least two wasted roster spots at corner, and there figure to be three starting safeties each week, which only leaves Earl Thomas as a backup. As much I love the Earl of Boom (#hookem), he just has too much tackle competition to be fantasy dynamite.

None of that really matters so much when you’re scoring over 160 points a week on that side of the ball, which basically sums up CMG’s season outlook. Looking down his roster, you might say there’s not a lot that jumps out at you, but add up the points and you start to buy into the hype.

Is this Goblet of Fire/Deathly Hallows good? Probably not by season’s end. CMG will probably be a trade buyer by November to replace lost production or underperforming vets. But, it’s easily Half-Blood Prince/Prisoner of Azkaban good, and those are great books don't @ me.


WEREWOLVES NOT SWEARWOLVES – SECRET AGENT JASON

OFFENSIVE DEPTH: SILVER BULLET
DEFENSIVE DEPTH: HEMLOCK GROVE
OFFENSIVE PUNCH: “WOLFMAN’S GOT NARDS!”
DEFENSIVE PUNCH: [WOLFMAN KICKED IN THE NARDS]

SEASON STRENGTH PROJECTION: PLAYOFF CONTENDER, MIDDLE OF TIER 3


Who is Jason? I don’t know. His intro paragraph didn’t give away much. He is polite and to the point and seems like a great guy who just likes football. Which is why I trust him the least. You may lull these other saps into letting their guard down, but I’m onto your game. Everyone else is playing fantasy football, but we both know this is seven-dimensional underwater checkers.

Say one thing for 007 here, he does have my favorite player in the NFL.

Marshawn Lynch is a glorious, wild, real as fuck, wrecking ball of anarchy and joy. Read this and tell me there’s something wrong with Marshawn Lynch. He’s the only NFL player who realizes the absurdity of their own wealth and fame and yet tries to make the world a little bit better place.

He’s also the most random personality in the world. He might rush for 2,000 yards or retire again before Sunday. I have no idea what to expect, but I’ll be rooting for him. It’s a shame his fantasy team got taken out of real contention before the season started. It feels silly to say that injuries to Ryan “He’s No Johnny Manziel” Tannehill and Quincy “I'll Show You Tanking” Enunwa would be the death knell for a fantasy team, but them’s the brakes when you go 11 deep on offense. With those two players in the fold, Agent Mulder here would have easily had a top-5 team in the conference. Now, he’s on the last-one-in-first-one-out playoff bubble.

If MacGruber is going to make a show of it, it’s probably on the strength of those running backs, either through performance or trade. We could conceivably see this team start five or six RBs at some point this season, but I actually like the receivers a lot. The top 4 are under-the-radar exciting, and I like Corey Coleman big time. With a year of real coaching under his belt, he might play real football instead of the Vile Briles “two-choice” system where receivers either run block or sprint 20 yards and look over their shoulder. When Golladay, Samuel and Taylor have the same experience benefit, this could be a very, very dangerous 2018 group.

The 30,000-foot view is that this offense is an almost perfectly league-average starting group, but there’s tons of depth at RB and WR. That makes for a lot of movable assets, and if some of them appreciate faster than expected, the wolves might catch the throat of the rest of the league while they’re roasting marshmallows and singing kumbaya, after all.

All this team needs is for its even more average defense to hold the line. Average starters and average backups make Jack Ryan a dull boy, but they should get just a hair under 150 points per week. There’s good depth at linebacker. Bowman and David have enough name recognition to maybe make good trade throw-ins, but time is running out to move them. I don’t think their value will rise any during the season absent an injury to Reuben Foster or Kwon Alexander. There’s probably too much depth at safety. Simmons and Wilcox are costly contract luxuries when there’s only one good-not-great d-tackle onboard.

You can see what this team was supposed to be, and you can’t help but feel a little bad about it. Chapter 11 would have had all four teams among the top playoff contenders, but now will settle for three-and-a-half. Wolfman’s got fangs, but he also got kicked in the nards before the fun even started.


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Wed Sep 06, 2017 7:46 pm

Tenafly Vipers wrote:

Every single one of them is a legit genius underachieving in their own unique way. I once drank nine beers over the course of a dinner where they spent two and half hours arguing about the differences in agrarian practices between England and France in the 18th century. They casually slip into French amongst themselves. They all have really cool stories about being in Moscow the day the Soviet Union fell.

And when they were teens, the kids used to sleep in the public park next to their house because there’s something about them that makes them all want to make everything exponentially harder on themselves than necessary. Because they’re assholes.

Bro that is some talented writing right there.. All of it, but I really enjoyed the way you painted that picture above.


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Wed Sep 06, 2017 8:11 pm

Good shit man! Another excellent read with hilarious rambling.


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Wed Sep 06, 2017 8:20 pm

Love it!


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Wed Sep 06, 2017 9:30 pm

That right there was probably one of the best fantasy football articles I've read in a long time. Absolutely great work, you are talented for real and I'll be looking forward to your articles all season long.

Also happy to see that you be recognizing the Rottweilers like that.


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Wed Sep 06, 2017 10:48 pm

Awesome! Great job...


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Wed Sep 06, 2017 11:25 pm

Son of a Bitch!  I'd like to spend 24 hours researching that brain of yours.   laughing  I saw this article when it first posted and when I looked at it, I said "Hell no" I ain't got time to read that right now.  This needs your full attention to truly appreciate.  I waited until the Giants game (baseball) was over, the Federer/Del Potro match was done, and the wife went to bed.  Then, and only then did I dive in.  First off, where the fuck do you find these links, and how did you even know they existed, or remembered them?  

Yes, I had to re-read some stuff just to understand it.   laughing  JG4EVA was like playing the personalized license plate game and it took me a while to figure it out.  I was bound and determined not to look up your rostered TE's, and congratulations to me, and I didn't have to. high five  Child like Mike Glennon?   ROFL Then what about Joe Flacco?  He is my new favorite NFL QB.  Baggage claim for his own luggage?  Riding the bus to get to the self parking garage?  Now I'm starting him on Sunday just because of that.  And I'm still laughing about where Chad Kelly may end up. 
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 Either that or dead in the handicap stall of an Arby’s bathroom somewhere between Memphis and Little Rock. 
ROFL ROFL ROFL


An excellent read for sure.  Next time I'll be downloading this on my Kindle for some bed time reading material.  War & Peace, I'm out!   bow


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:19 am

Is it just me or does Collin look like he wants to be Conor McGregor in his sweet banner? And the Chad Kelly bit? My God!


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:02 am

Collin absolutely killing these articles. Great writing style, I love the metaphors, like "the appeal of taking your dad to prom in a dress." Made me laugh out loud in the middle of my office like a psycho, so thanks for that


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Thu Sep 07, 2017 10:22 am

Jesus Christ. That was great! Don't know how you come up with some of that shit!


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Thu Sep 07, 2017 10:44 am

Wow, that was a fun read. I had same thought as Bern that it was pretty long but glad I read it (twice). Really enjoy your writing style.


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Thu Sep 07, 2017 12:28 pm

Fuckin' A man. That was tremendous. clap

Like Bern, I saw it and had to set it aside for another time...and because I'm a slow reader (something I only recently realized) I feel like the day is getting away from me. Gots to go.

I can't wait to read more in the future...super entertaining.


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Thu Sep 07, 2017 12:36 pm

Incredible work.  I'm really gonna need to find a few extra hours this season to keep up with the articles.


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:55 pm

Like Big Mike Glennon's contract, childlike Mike Glennon will also be catching a break with his opponent starting a suspended TE. scratch No wonder you are so high on him Colon.


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:21 pm

This was amazing. Turned into a way longer procrastination from being productive than I intended, but absolutely worth it. I'll be looking forward to more of your articles!


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:01 pm

Alaska Arsenic wrote:
Like Big Mike Glennon's contract, childlike Mike Glennon will also be catching a break with his opponent starting a suspended TE.  scratch  No wonder you are so high on him Colon.

Shhhhh. And a 4th string CB.


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PostSubject: Re: Why Your Team Gonna Lose - Chapter 11   Tue Sep 19, 2017 6:46 pm

I love this assessment of my team. Clear bullet board material especially since it was created from a member of my chapter. tough guy



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