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    Yesterday, 12:52 PM
    I maintain he will go down as one of the best presidents ever or the one of the worst who destroyed this country. I don't see any in between with him. It will be a drastic swing one way or another.
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    Yesterday, 12:35 PM
    To be fair the same can be said about the other side when Obama was elected. Many people would have rather him fail than succeed. From the first day he stared the other side was determined to fight him every step of the way. What is going on now with Trump is what the other side did to Obama. That is why our country as a whole is a mess. So much stubbornness from our parties. It's funny hearing the other side say now we all need to work...
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    Jan 19, 17, 10:23 PM
    With there being a huge stadium there now. This also opens the door for the final four one day being in Vegas...
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    Jan 19, 17, 01:44 PM
    Agreed.
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    Jan 18, 17, 10:38 PM
    Completely agree!
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    Jan 18, 17, 09:56 PM
    He is good and the most fortunate in a way. Since he did drop some it allowed him to end up in a pass first offense. The top wrs in the draft went to places like Cleveland, Houston, and Minnesota. All places with qb problems, and not much passing game. Plus Drew Brees in that offense makes wrs who wouldn't be good anywhere else look good.
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    Jan 18, 17, 02:15 PM
    Going by most of the comments in threads this year, I would have assumed Conner was having a terrible season. However like it or not when a team has only lost 3 games, and those 3 games were to 3 of the better teams in the whole state. Then obviously a coach must be doing more things right than wrong. You can find things wrong with even the number 1 ranked team in the state and find things they need to get better at or have a different...
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    Jan 18, 17, 01:49 PM
    Cals best defensive teams have always had a rim protector. AD, Towns, etc. I love Bam but he is not really that good of a rim protector yet, and that is part of the problem we have defensively right now. Also I think Bam still has a lot of room to grow in the rebounding department. It's not like he is bad but I feel he could be dominant. He doesn't seem to have the instincts or know how to read a shot on where to position himself as good as...
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    Jan 18, 17, 01:43 PM
    I would love to see them go small and completely spread the floor when Bama is out. Have Willis and Gabriel in together. That just opens up the lane even more for Fox and Briscoe. Defensively it would hurt some, but currently I think that would be their best lineup when Bam is out.
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    Jan 17, 17, 11:26 PM
    I hate that college basketball is trying to do the whole freedom of movement. It's not like the NBA where guys have been there many years. Players there already know, so it makes the transition easier for rookies to eventually learn. In college at most you have players 4 years, and the better players only 1 or 2 years, then the cycle repeats with brand new college players from high school. It's to hard to get the college game to the freedom...
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    Jan 17, 17, 09:23 PM
    I like seeing them have close games. They need these type of games. With the sec being weak, they need some close games to at least get them more prepared for those situations during tournament time.
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    Jan 17, 17, 08:37 PM
    I know college basketball wants to get more freedom of movement like in the nba. However calling every single touch foul makes this almost unwatchable. This is horrible.
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    Jan 17, 17, 08:22 PM
    When Bam is out I really like the small lineup of Willis and Gabriel in together, better than putting any of the other centers in.
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    Jan 17, 17, 03:42 PM
    In College I would have taken Watson. As Pro QB's I would rather have Winston.
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    Jan 17, 17, 03:39 PM
    Impossible to know. When Barker started UK was trying to be a passing team for some reason. You are a very smart fan, what is the best way to protect a QB, especially a young QB? That is to run the ball. Once Barker got hurt, UK changed their offense because they knew, Johnson was not a good passer, so they became more of a running team. Them switching to focusing on the run was more of the difference than Johnson being the QB. Plus...
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    Jan 17, 17, 10:17 AM
    He would instantly become my favorite Coach in the nfl if he did that. Honestly even though I hate the Steelers, I have always liked Tomlin. Him and Pete Carroll are two of my favorite coaches in the league.
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    Jan 17, 17, 10:14 AM
    Agreed! You have to have a qb who can make game winning type football plays for you. When you play other good teams, other teams are also going to make plays. Which is why you need a qb who can step up and make a play for the team, even if other areas of the team aren't performing as well as normal. Even teams with shut down defenses have needed a qb to make plays for then in the playoffs to help get them over the top. Qb play is huge in a teams...
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    Jan 17, 17, 09:07 AM
    A team in Louisville would do well ticket Wise the first year or two because of it being new. However after that the interest would fade quick because people in the state care more about college basketball. For it to succeed it would have to get a star or two that was at UK or UL on the team and the team would have to do well. If so then the interest could stay.
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    Jan 16, 17, 09:13 PM
    To be fair game threads involving other teams usually only last a day and then people move on from it, even if there is no Bengals stuff brought into it. People usually get out what they need or what to say about the game the day of and then those threads usually disappear. So while this thread may have got hijacked by Bengal talk by the end of it. The life of this thread was going to die after a day anyways.
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    Jan 16, 17, 09:11 PM
    Fair enough. I still not sold in big games Dalton would make the necessary throws to help his team win, even if he was behind that line. Dalton has never shown mentally to handle the big moments against good teams, or how to be the guy to step up and make plays when other areas aren't going well. So far in his 6 years we have learned Dalton needs a great defense, great running game, great offensive line, great wrs, and if he gets all that...
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    Jan 16, 17, 09:03 PM
    He is in a perfect spot. He doesn't have to take a job just to take a job. He knows he will be a hot coaching target each off season. So no reason to just take a job just to take it. He can stay with the Pat's be a super bowl contender and wait for the right job he can win with right away. Since he failed once he knows he probably only has one more chance to prove himself as a head coach. I personally think he is waiting for the Colts job to...
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    Jan 16, 17, 03:15 PM
    Talent Wise I think they were even. Both have great feet. However the mental part is the difference. Chad only played the X receiver on the outside his whole career because he couldn't learn the other spots. Which is why he failed so drastically in New England. AB can play all the spots and in turn allows for better Match ups for him. Chad talent wise had the ability to play inside and would have been great inside with his great feet. The mental...
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    Jan 16, 17, 03:12 PM
    That was my whole point Chad was doing great his first 7 years and then his focus turned from football and his decline was quick. All I was pointing out is AB is slowly going down the Chad route of really caring a lot about social media and entertaining. Chad eventually got so wrapped up in that it killed his football side of things. AB is slowly going down that route. If he keeps going that route we may see his stats decline quickly too. That...
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    Jan 16, 17, 03:03 PM
    All I was saying was AB is slowly going the route Chad went, where he slowly started to care more about entertaining than football. I won't say Johnson was better than AB. AB numbers will put him in Hall of fame if he keeps this up. However some of you all sounded like you all were saying Chad was never good and that's not true. He was one of the best in football and showed by being the first in history to lead a conference in yards 4...
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    Jan 16, 17, 01:34 PM
    See post 16. You all forget how good Chad was. At the time Chad set a nfl record for leading the conference in yards 4 straight seasons, no one had ever done that before until him. AB is better but let's not act like Chad was bad. Before his antics took over he was one of the best in football for 4 or 5 straight years. Chad probably would have had a few more good years but his focus went away from football. He was known as the hardest worker...
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    Jan 16, 17, 01:27 PM
    Chad Johnson was great and led the AFC in receiving yards for 4 straight seasons. I think people forgot how darn good he was, because people just remember the side show he became at the end. Now what AB in the last 4 years is breaking records. However things can change quickly when their focus goes away from football and more into the social world.
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    Jan 16, 17, 01:25 PM
    Dalton before this year has played behind a line rated as one of the best pass protecting lines, obviously this year was not the case. However even then he has failed time after time in his 6 years in big games. He doesn't make plays to help out when other areas may not be playing well. That is why Dak impressed me. I thought he only did well because of the running game and play action. He showed yesterday that he can step up and make plays when...
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    Jan 16, 17, 01:13 PM
    He needs to be careful he is slowly going the Chad Johnson route. Chad early on was still performing while also doing his side show things. Eventually though the other stuff started to become more important and his game started to slip quickly all of a sudden.
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    Jan 16, 17, 11:47 AM
    With Gronk being out, I think it gives you all a better chance to win than you all think.
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