keggerz

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  1. So what new thing are you doing?

    I have been practicing my
  2. The right way to do Social Distancing

    Testing went from being a viable way to fight the virus to a way to just show where hot spots exist. Basically, testing is nothing more than a lag measure at this point. It does serve a purpose by showing people where it's bad and hopefully that makes them stay home and isolated to slow the spread. My fear is that people and leadership view areas without a lot of cases as safe. However, the problem is that just because you don't see numbers for the virus in areas doesn't mean it's not there. It likely just means that enough testing hasn't been done in that area. The fact that it transmits so easily and that people can be asymptomatic and transmit it is a huge issue. So just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not there and not being spread. I'm not sure if this helped make my point but I hope it did. Hint: It doesn't matter how hard you look you are going to have to do something different to see it.
  3. Nothing has changed other than the NFL figured out how to make coaches waste their challenges.
  4. I'm one of the most outspoken people you find about slo-mo but this play stands on it's own without slo-mo. It was clear as day to everyone except the NFL.
  5. If the NFL isn't actually going to overturn calls when they are as blatant as the PI on Hopkins below then they just need to revoke the ability to make PI challenges. Humphrey doesn't just get there early but grabs him with the left hand and turns him too. Inexcusable and fwiw, I'm not a Watson or Hopkins owner and I'm not playing against the Ravens or Texans D.
  6. Ertz officially safe to drop

    Positive regression coming Ertz's way.
  7. Ertz officially safe to drop

    FWIW, only 10 players have more targets than Ertz (64) does and of those 10 only one is a TE (Kelce 65). He may not be living up to expectations but he's not droppable.
  8. Mike Evans

    This
  9. Wayne Gallman worth picking up?

    As a Barkley owner I'm not making a move for Gallman. Had him after the draft but cut him loose in waivers after week 1. I just don't see the upside. I might make a preemptive claim for CJ Anderson in anticipation of them signing him off the street.
  10. IDP Help....

    Fred Warner is the one with the most upside and least amount of risk. Almost always will default to a LB even in your scoring.
  11. Sam Darnold out with mono

    Had it in HS and I was done for a month.
  12. IDP Dynasty Cheatsheet

    Late to the party but I believe this is the first year we didn’t have IDP rookie write ups and that was due to some extenuating circumstances. Apologies
  13. 2004 Annual Huddle Awards

    If you remember when it was you might get lucky with the WayBackMachine