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(Yes, that is me trying to make excuses.)

First up, the 49ers have two wide receivers who will either dominate or not give you anything, Marcus Lattimore and Quinton Patton. Lattimore got the majority of the snaps with his first unit. Patton got less time, but got some chances. Now that the 49ers have both backs, it will be interesting to see if either would be able to step up for the final roster cut down of 53. They both have some nice traits, as we’ve always found out, but neither is really an asset for them.

Second, linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong. At a 6’6” 224+ pounds, you can’t imagine how much of an asset Armstong brings to this defense. It’s scary to think that his size might be the difference-maker between the 49ers finishing 8th in the league for rushing, and last place. He has good instincts, plays with good quickness, has some impressive burst, and he also showed he can cover at least 1 down and 6 steps. He only allowed 2 completions on 5 pass attempts. He would give the 49ers a solid edge rusher in the 4down game.

Third, linebacker Devon Kennard. The younger guy did not make the roster, but was much better at his second stop (Tennessee vs. Baltimore in the team’s final preseason game). As we’ve said, he is a very smart player. His reads were very sharp in this game, where he managed to not have a single error in coverage. If Kendall Sheffield gets the final roster spot, the 49ers will be happy. They also have Jaquiski Tartt in the 4th round. The third linebacker spot will come down to a battle between the 5th and 6th round players. We’ll see.

Fourth, the 49ers went with a heavy running attack from their last game to get out to an early lead. I don’t know about you guys, but I think the 49ers’ run game will be excellent. On their first offensive play, they had 7 (!) carries for 37 yards. They’ll probably want to run about as many out of the formation as possible, but you can’t win the game on the ground. Here’s what linebacker Aldon Smith said after the game.

Defensively, the 49ers did not look any closer to dominating than they did Sunday. With the Rams’ defensive struggles, it looked more and more likely that the 49ers would be playing the Rams in week 4, but that could change. Some of the “moves” from an offensive player seem to have gotten into the defense, but nothing game changing. Here’s a play from the first quarter that really blew the 49ers, and the Rams, away. That looks like a good look for Mike Pettine. Watch how much Mike Iupati looks in position to cover.

I do like Pettine. If you can coach better than that, I don’t know how. Anyway, the 49ers’ defense has been better than the Rams’ one in recent weeks, and with that, the next week will tell. Also, in this same week, they hope to find out if new nose tackle Glenn Dorsey feels 100% capable of playing left tackle. I have a feeling there will be even more change over the next few weeks.

And here is what we know so far about the Giants’ 53-man roster. The Giants are still trying to figure out where their starters are at. The “backup” quarterback seems to be moving around, but some feel like the front office has made its preference on the man and is making the front office happy. Another player who may be included in that list is Brandon Weeden, so if the Giants do decide to bring back Weeden then he might not be able to be on the 53-man roster. I have mentioned Weeden before because of all the changes he is facing this year with all the new players and how much the offense is turning into The Boombox . I am still waiting to hear how that will affect Weeden’s chances with the team. This all comes after the Giants hired offensive line coach Bill Callahan to be their new offensive coordinator. Also we seem to be adding a new defensive line coach.

So far here is our current roster. I like to keep the updated list here so all previous versions (if any). The following players are no longer eligible to be claimed off the practice squad and are not going to make the 53-man roster.

Ryan Nassib, G, Jets: Nassib seems to be moving around and maybe I am just getting ahead of myself. The good thing is I am not sure where his true position is on the depth chart at this point. The reason I am taking a wait and see approach is because the Giants did not pick up their fifth-year option on the veteran. That means in 2015 they will have to sign him off of the practice squad. If they do sign him then the decision may not be whether to keep him on the practice squad or cut him. As we know sometimes teams need to keep players to protect their draft picks. The Jets have a pretty good draft pick, so what else is there? How long can he keep playing until he has to be re-signed? If he is cut or loses the starting job to either Brandon Mosley or Keenan Robinson then they are saving a pick here. Either way I hope they avoid it and keep him.

Will Sutton, TE, Giants: One of the more interesting developments when it comes to the 53-man roster is that last season the Giants cut Adrian Peterson and kept him on the 53-man roster. That left him as a practice squad player for 2014. This year we might see the Giants try to get him to sign with a team. The other interesting development is that the Giants may continue to try to keep their depth on the practice squad. I do not see them bringing anyone up unless it is in a real emergency and some other player has to go.

Jason Kelce, TE, Redskins: After trading for Evan Engram and having him make the team this season, the team now has some problems on the offensive line too. This means Kelce is in their crosshairs. The problem? I do not think Kelce does a lot for the Redskins . Another player who is still on the team but not on the 53-man roster is Jamison Crowder. The Redskins do not appear to be very happy with their tight end depth and will probably be more aggressive moving Kelce to the practice squad if they happen to cut him. If they do not cut him they will need to get him another team to keep him.

Khalil Mack, DE, Raiders: I am no longer keeping my fingers crossed that Mack is cut off their practice squad, but I hope he goes. This should be considered a surprise since Mack is not a great pass rusher and could potentially help in one specific area of the defense. Mack has played very well for the Raiders this year and has a career sack total of 3.5. That is far better than his career total of 0.5 and that one of these days he will be able to join Andre Branch as the only Raiders to have 2 career 10.5 sacks in his career. It would be good to have Mack back and the Raiders know that. I do not think they would call up Mack if he was not named to the 53-man roster.

Greg Hardy, LB, Cowboys: One thing that makes Hardy so interesting as a candidate to be cut is the way they have re-signed him this season. They signed him after he was suspended on three counts and I cannot imagine them cutting him now unless it is to protect a prospect or maybe take him over a backup linebacker. That would be a surprise. It is possible it is because nobody else is trying to take him off the practice squad. I have not heard anything from the team about Hardy’s situation in a while, so hopefully this news can be an exception.

This is not good news to be an optimistic fan; we’ve gotten used to this.

In addition, I’m beginning to think the Steelers might have to address the depth at OLB which is a big need. That said, Mike Adams was cut this week and he has some promise, but if the Steelers feel you are not worth their cap space, they might as well go the other way.

Panthers at Packers

This game has been written about for a while now, but with some interesting tidbits. (See: http://theinsider.wilsoncenter.com/news/20170721/panthers-suspension-changes-in-progress )

On one side of the ball, I get why the Panthers would be willing to release Brandon LaFell and I think they want to make a move that will make it for them. The same is true of the Packers, if Aaron Rodgers has decided that you can no longer count on him to be the starter for the foreseeable future, and the Packers need to address their running back issues, or at least get the ball in their offense more than their defense for the next two. The Panthers cannot run the ball effectively enough to compete with the Green Bay pass rush and the Packers defense. This would allow the Panthers to put more pressure on the Packers QB this year and then let the Panthers get into the playoffs.

In addition, with Kelvin Benjamin sidelined with a rib injury and the running game that the Panthers run, it would be smart to go with Cam Newton, or at the very least something closer to him. Cameron Brate (whose most recent injury was severe enough that he missed the training camp and preseason games), and even a fourth receiver could do some damage to one of the best front fours in football, but I am not sure that a true ball carrier should be a factor in the Panthers offense.

In the end, I have a hard time seeing the Panthers scoring another touchdowns at Lambeau. This means that this is a two point game until the last minute, and if not for Aaron Rodgers, it might be close, but it is not close, either. The Panthers need to win this game, and if they have to go on the road to do so, I would rather watch Rodgers take the ball than to see them trying to score against a mediocre Packers linebacking corps.

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They were given the rare, and rarely, exposure at the end of the month.

The only person who has paid more attention to the Augusta media than Tiger is his new boss, ESPN’s John McEnroe, and he was a big fan of the company when he first took over in January 2011. (This week, he was an NFL columnist.) It was after a very grueling two-week tour of Augusta and some brutal action that McEnroe had enough information to make the decision that he would pursue Woods on his own. Of course, this decision wasn’t final. McEnroe was a very influential figure on the golf press in the early 2000s and early 2000s. He had a hand in most major media issues, including the SEC Championship Game, but the decision to pursue Woods was made in a way that his old boss didn’t like. The decision to take the money from Woods would have put him in a very tough position.

After years of speculation at Augusta, where rumors were rife surrounding Woods, McEnroe’s actions took a significant and significant blow, with only three wins and only 29 losses. At no time did he make any significant impact. For that, the Augusta media did not take him seriously as their best shot.

In late 2007, after more than a year of waiting, McEnroe fired Woods for taking a less favorable approach to the game with less respect. In his article, McEnroe explained why Woods won, how his team should have won, how Augusta’s fans would react to his actions, “the decision to run a four-day tournament in May of 2002, and how he wanted to go about that. He was trying to get to a point where he put Augusta through some serious play. The people in Augusta would not have supported such a dramatic turnaround because he had to look at the bigger picture.” While McEnroe was well aware of why Masters could not be held by American men, many fans knew that Woods was doing better now than he had ever been since his rookie year in 2007.

On July 28, 2008 his decision was announced:

Woods earned the most points against Augusta in the entire season, earning 16th against both Chael Sonnen and Tony Ferguson at the Augusta Grand Prix. This is a big win for the Augusta community at large.. While Chris Parnell had lost his wager against Tiger in the semi-final, he was on the top of the list of top 10 best players (I won 10 in this one) in the most recent Masters tournament and went on to win the GCL title as well. Parnell also broke ranks in the rankings for other titles. Woods went on to finish 12th in the most recent GCL event, which I was awarded by the National Association Golf Association. It was an incredible success for the local community. He still did not know he had won the title he had been looking forward to since he was eight years old, but you couldn’t dispute his performance from a year earlier.

The story about Parnell’s win in 2013 and Parnell earning his fourth straight championship and all three Masters titles in 14 events has become pretty commonplace in American golf these days, and yet McEnroe simply didn’t consider Woods a championship-worthy player. However, he was allowed to take the lead, so what he’s gotten into is a bit unique: McEnroe didn’t take his players seriously when Augusta beat him (see for their thoughts on the situation at Augusta last week), and that’s understandable. If not for Parnell’s performance from the summer, Masters would have been a huge story. At nearly every year since his return to Augusta in 2008, McEnroe’s record has been in a very narrow position, and it was also the biggest disappointment of his entire career. By virtue of this loss, Parnell, as Augusta’s greatest golfer, was a big story here. The fact that Parnell was a huge factor in Parnell being ranked No. 15 was a huge relief. In his first Masters title appearance (2009) he was No. 4 in the GSL standings, having earned just one point against Michael Phelps for gold in the 2004 season. This is what made it such a good-to-bad career for Parnell.

In the GSL, Parnell had a big impact on the tournament, as he had several of the biggest moments of anything he’s ever played on the course. Parnell was not merely the best golfer in the history of the GSL, he had made it to the second round with four outs. This game would be the first time he had played two-thirds of the rounds on the course, only to drop to just one, and he was not given anything to think about, either. Parnell also saw a significant amount of positive play at times during his time at Augusta, coming in third place behind only Chris Parnck, and a player like no other player who played in

The bad news is that neither injury, unfortunately, could have allowed Speight to return to the lineup. There’s still hope that the sophomore will come backand then get hurt as wellif he doesn’t recover and play later this season. With he’s only played 23 games, it will be interesting to see what role Speight holds, what impact his size did on the Wolverines.

As mentioned previously, Justin Renick has made three starts for the Wolverines this season, but at this point, those starting duties are limited to the first two games. In the second game, Michigan made a big play on the top of the first, giving a ball to Renick in the left corner while getting on with his second attempt. He gave up no run in the inning and made a home run on the following day with his first run. With Renick having been out of the rotation for four games, it won’t be long before Justin Renick’s name is on the line of scrimmage.

I could be wrong, of course, but I’m not going to give the blame for the Wolverines not playing right away. The last time I went to Michigan, it would have been as an 11-7 loss to St. Mark’s, going 21-11. Justin Trudeau can’t handle the workload in Indy, but I’ll miss him.

It appears the Wolverines are going to play an important role in the future of a very talented young group of veterans. The most impressive statistic for the Wolverines currently is their 5-10 record, which will likely keep them in contention to be a national championship contender for the following three seasons.

If Justin Renick is not recovered, he will be forced to make some very difficult decisions regarding his future with the team. At this point, the Wolverines lack one of the best pitching and fielding prospects in the country. Renick has never pitched well in a major league major league game, which isn’t unusual for him, but not unusual for someone coming off surgery. No team can turn young pitchers into major league superstars without at least one of the best pitchers in the world. This is an organization with an incredible roster and a talent-rich general manager who will likely make a team good with Justin Trudeau. As it stands now, Michigan has 3 starters who have pitched well since being in college. The Wolverines were a team that was always going to need depth offensively. This fact makes them an excellent club for starting pitchers. There’s no reason these starters can’t start.

The biggest reason the Wolverines have so much talent is Renick actually pitching .268/.359/.425 a season in Indy in 2010. The most impressive reason he’s done well is that he’s one of the best pitchers in the game today. He’ll be 23 in November and has been excellent since joining the team. The only downside is that Renick has yet to reach 60 games in a season, so he’ll have to be given a chance to improve and develop.

With Justin Trudeau and Wilton Speight on the wings, Detroit now has some much needed firepower. I’d probably give Justin Renick a shot, even if he goes up at some point in the next two or three years. Despite a few years of playing right, there isn’t much left at Justin. It appears Justin is being handed a good deal with the contract the Wolverines get and when given the chance to make significant moves. After watching a similar, but not quite exacting amount of film a couple times over the past year (by going on a tear), it should come to no surprise that Justin Renick has a much, much higher ceiling. He’s an excellent athlete, can handle the position, and can make all the other pitchers around him successful, but as long as he’s healthy and works out, he’s done what Detroit needed him to do in the past several years: he got back to the point where he couldn’t throw. In addition, Justin has always made the most of great stuff. He’s made it look easy, he’s worked with all his different pitchers, he’s just been throwing his fastball when you’re really in shape. That’s just not true. That good fastball has been making Justin come back to his “great stuff.” I’d like to see Justin add some good stuff on the road as well. As is the case with most pitching prospects, Justin hasn’t yet shown he has the ability to become a top-end starter and then some. The question is, as Justin hasn’t done so much this late in his career so far, can there be an opportunity to play his way back to a better starting rotation as well? Justin does indeed play every single day, and the amount of time he spends at each level is very, very, very, very important. interesting. He won’t be the one of Mitch’s favorite and should he be the new starter now that’s on the starting pitcher with Michigan (despite the fact that Justin Renick has

Even when he was at home, it took Watt to find an aide for a speech – after hearing about the use of his name for a speech by a professor that was called. Here’s the man and his family, and how he felt about that speech.

Here are some of the highlights: In March 2011, Watt showed up at the University of Wisconsin in a white suit. When asked to identify himself, he asked his assistant to write the question: “Does Watt have a doctor’s license?” He then “readjusted his letter…to the facts in the matter”. Watt did a 20-60 minute public speaking and a five-on-five speech – with more than 200 slides. “These are things he can do. I don’t need to do it all day,” Watt said. “I just can. A college degree is something I can pursue very well. I’m not going to quit.” Watt continued, “How can you be able to take the course again if I’m not gonna do it?” He said his team had a “major problem with this guy right now” and needed “to fix.”

Baldwin University defensive tackle Jay Williams talked with this man about his past and future, now that he’s finished. His past “offending” is documented in a report in the Houston Chronicle published last month .

In early August 2011, the Texans decided to take Jay Williams in instead of Lamar Miller, who is still in Wisconsin after being released after the 2012 season. Instead of Miller, the Texans took Tyron Smith on as if he were an unrestricted free agent. According to the report, the Texans cut Williams as an added benefit after they made a deal with Miller earlier in the offseason. The Texans cut Smith as an extra benefit after they “made that deal.” “We made a deal with Lamar,” John Garrett, the coach of the Vikings, said. “Well, we had the opportunity to go with him and we did. And Lamar Miller is a big reason this happened.” He said.

The second part to the story is from that time. You’ll note that Garrett is actually a head coach of the University of Colorado football team when he said, “We had a major problem with this guy right now.” This was in October 2011 and the Texans, having already lost their quarterback, wanted in on a quarterback. “There’s no way this goes anywhere,” one Texans fan told the Houston Chronicle. “Right now we’re just looking at the position. How can we take it away if we had had to go in this direction?” Garrett then told a reporter that he is “open to being offered a role as a head coach in the future.” This is quite a story . According to Garrett, he said, there is a job within the division of head coaching, so you have to be interested in something inside the organization. “I think that’s very important for us on this, to have guys of this position who understand the game of running plays and understanding the process of being in this position,” Garrett said.

Another team asked him. This is when the Texans cut Calvin Ridley , they said. He spent the past two seasons as a team captain, his main offense. He was suspended for the 2011 season. Last season, the Texans were upset by the Jets by getting a top-25 ranking in our Pro Football Power Index .

During his career, he’s been an offensive coordinator. As a coach and a coach of the Texans, he’s always thought out what the system is designed to be and how it should work out. Ridley played for five different teams in Texas, and his offense was one of the primary things that helped motivate him. That went down at the same time the Texans had another head coach, Dave Wannstedt - at Wisconsin, where he said, “I don’t think anybody did a better job making sure my passing game and my run blocking were correct than he did.”

“It was a team thing then, but we could play the same way,” Ridley said. “It was our system that we came to play with our idea of what it was like to run in a zone. We would do what we had to do and play from there. It was a hard system. Guys really wanted everybody coming out of that system to have a good time.”

On the same week (October 27, 2011) it was announced that the Texans had cut defensive end Michael Thomas , they said they did. For those of you who don’t know, Thomas was a free agent from Michigan in 2015. There was a lot of controversy about what a good player he was. The Texans cut him and said they thought he was a “starter.” In other words, they thought they were going to just look at a player who was going to be a difference-maker.”

Now, what you have to ask him. “What had I done for a great job in college?” Is what has I done for a great for yourself?” Now what you have done

There are two NBA’s on the court, but that list is only as long as the four of them are on the court. If there’s a good way for Golden State to get that number down low and make it to the East Finals, they should go that route.

D-O-F—ING

I’ll have to try to find good excuses for D-O-F—ING this season, but I have no real reason to believe Kobe Bryant has a problem with this, either. The Lakers don’t have a chance. If Kobe doesn’t do better than his numbers suggest, there will be no Kobe Bryant. Maybe the Spurs are a little better than Bryant by now. It’s not about making him a better player for whatever reason, though.

A big “let’s hope” if he gets his way. If Bryant still has problems with getting more minutes (which it is, I suppose), then that’s fine. This is the second time Bryant has been hurt with his head. He should miss about two more and then they are likely to get back together.

Now I’m not saying that Bryant does need more minutes, but I’m not saying he doesn’t do better. With 3.5 for the Pistons, that leaves him on the bench. If the Pistons are going to lose on the road anyway, they won’t keep him off the bench, though. They might just get up as a team to make those playoffs.

If there’s no Kobe Bryant getting out of the way (which it is, which also seems like a lot of people are coming to this by suggesting), then it really doesn’t bother anyone (outside of the media). If there’s a really bad Kobe Bryant getting hurt (which is why some NBA teams are still saying so), then it will be all over the internet. Who doesn’t love that. He’s been a good one for so long so hopefully you (if you’re willing to trust me) give him some more time in practice this afternoon and he can improve on his other offensive issues. I’d rather have Kobe getting better than not at all. Plus, there’s no point in watching him play his game without him. We’ve got our game, man. He’s going to give us a chance (and I don’t want to give the impression that he’s too bad if he can’t do things like make it to the Finals, but that’s the problem, after all).

It’s no problem for anyone, though. What does Kobe Bryant really need to improve on? He’s going to look good, play decent defense, play with a little bit of poise in the paint, and then he needs to make people think he’s just a mess! If you don’t mind me talking about how hard he wants to play, I’ll have you hear about “Bryant’s problem with NBA leadership,” after all. If a team isn’t about doing everything right, then I want to give Kobe opportunities to try and improve on them.

That sounds like a lot of love, doesn’t it? And I digress.

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_ *Injured Players Alex Petrovic, Zach Bogosian and Alex Kostic will all make the trip. Bogosian has been listed on the 15-day disabled list with a right tibial muscle strain. Kostic suffered his season-ending right foot injury against the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night. It will start the year in the hospital, but should prevent Kostic from seeing any team games until January . Kostic’s absence will have no bearing on the Avalanche’s opening-day plans for the upcoming year. The Avalanche will play the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday at 7 p.m. against the Pittsburgh Penguins at American Airlines Center (745 Sports Center in Winnipeg, Manitoba). All season series will be broadcast live from NBC, CSN, Sportsnet and Radio Ontario for the remainder of the season, as well as on the network’s digital channel (link): http://www.nhl.com/tv/nhl-live-event/live-soccer-series-vs-hotels-aak/ The Avalanche are tied with the Ducks for second place in the West. The Ducks sit at 8-1-1 and hold their season-high win total at 9-0-2. Ducks forward Zach Cuthbert has two points (one goal, three assists) in three games and was placed on the injured list Wednesday night by Colorado after missing the past seven games with a non-game left grade in his left foot. Cuthbert could be rested before the second period on December 5th. The Avalanche are tied for second in the West with the Phoenix Coyotes and are tied for third in the Eastern Conference behind Vancouver and Chicago. “I’ve been through two full games, so I’m in constant pressure and I don’t want to waste good players on bad players. These kinds of injuries tend to come out of all your preparation and everything,” said Cuthbert this season. “They don’t make it a lot easier. You let them take you out of the game if you’re out late, and you get to your end there and they put you in a difficult situation and that’s the kind of pressure you have to put on yourself first and in a bit of a fight-for-your-ass-against-the-bad-team way.” After this week’s practice, it is expected that the Avalanche’s preseason schedule will include six games against teams from the North American Hockey League (NAHL, CCHA, LWHL). The Avalanche will play the Western Conference Final in Denver on November 8, and the playoffs this weekend at Providence. It is anticipated that the Avalanche will face the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night for the first time in 18 years. For more info, visit: http://live.valveatabates.com/live-events

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Chao even played football for NFL teams after that, before taking over for Wentz at Eagles headquarters in Philadelphia. He also attended several Eagles training camps prior to his return from injury, and now is now a consultant in the NFL. Before his ACL/LCL surgery, Chao took a full-time job at Wizards Training LLC, as part of the same organization. He has had some very interesting stints in his professional career, ranging from coaching the Detroit Lions in 2007-08 and 2014 in charge of the Eagles’ transition team. And while all of that might not be so well received by the NFL league, Chao is very real fans of the brand of Chip Kelly and NFL.com. Chao is also a dedicated supporter of the San Francisco 49er Football Team . He has a personal favorite and one-time partner on the team, Kevin McGinley, who has long been Carson’s primary coach.

After spending time with the Bills and Seahawks this offseason, Chao spent a short time working as a consultant for Pro Football Focus. Although he had a good idea of what to expect from Wentz in the offseason, you would still have expected to see a play like the one where he had a rough 2016 season in Seattle. That could pretty easily be the play of the season and would have been even without Wentz. But there were a couple things that bothered him that led to the injury he sustained in Week 3. For starters, when he played, he didn’t have the explosiveness or athleticism that should be required for a top backup quarterback to become effective with a single snap.

In the days following the injury, it was likely that he would start all of his games the Eagles needed for his status as a starter, but he certainly didn’t have the length of an NFL quarterback. He didn’t rush all the way back to rookie or rookie-caliber size until it became too late for him, and as a result it took several weeks for him to prove his effectiveness. Finally, the injury cost a rookie starting end job, so it probably felt a little ridiculous to me. I don’t think it’s that I didn’t notice that a lot of the Eagles fans had that same concern. But I did get a sense that it played to their benefit. But that was not to come with the expectations of “I have to watch that!” If you’re seeing the same story on the same shows that the Eagles fans had on the show on Tuesday nights, you may have seen the same game on Sundays. This was part of the rationale behind this team that Chao came home to play for. And it was also why Chao had brought up the Seahawks- 49ers situation the first day he began working with the Eagles to bring up the problem with him playing for the Eagles. Trying to explain his situation to a NFL fan and giving an example for other players who also might be concerned is difficult for me to write. All it takes is putting a point on a franchise that the public generally does not agree with, and it can be a lot of fun. That said, if you want to read the NFL press box, you may want to read the following articles from today’s Eagles Magazine. It’s always great to know the guys that will come up to us. I hope that all Eagles fans get a chance to enjoy learning from the coaches and their experiences.

Posted by: Nick Hager on October 31, 2016 1:20am: In October 2015, the Eagles gave off steam for months at an alarming rate in this last season of the Eagles. The bad news is that it wasn’t really all bad. It was just that the Eagles had spent so much time getting things done so badly that these injuries seemed to have limited them to starting four. It’s probably fair to say that this is what a lot of people might have felt when they saw that a few weeks ago. Instead, it was a huge disappointment. This is not to say that he just doesn’t care about what happens next. He has done that as well, and he has kept going, despite the issues. After the injury it was too late to really play around with him but, that’s exactly what he had to do. Instead, he started looking ahead and getting the right questions answered. As it turns out, the Eagles have been great every step of the way with their injuries. They went from a 1-9 season at first, at the beginning of their league year, they went from a 1-5 season during the 2014 season to a 3-6 by the end of the 2015 season. season. with the end of their season. the end of 2013. in 2015 and with the end of 2014, there being the Eagles are still the

That may be the next big rumor to come from Harris. Either way, if the Rockets sign Butler, there is no denying that he brings so much talent. Butler led all NBA point guards this summer with 40 points, 20 rebounds, six assists and five steals.

Posted by Noah at 10:27 PM

@shazbuzz it doesn’t make any sense that I’m not a big fan of Butler. He doesn’t have this many rebounds, assists or steals and I’m going to pick him up at 3rd but that would at most give me a 1 point stat against this Jazz team. I’ll try to get my facts straight though when the playoffs are called on Monday.

I’ll start by saying that the Sixers have signed two 6 year, $60 million forward class and I wish I could say that. These guys averaged 15 games a year in this system last summer for the Bucks, Grizzlies and Wizards. They didn’t score the number of points they wanted. Their offense struggled, and they could’ve done better with Butler. I said last summer that the Sixers might be able to get three points from the same four ball when it was time to make trades and that their current coach just needs to make better moves on defense. If one of you can afford to buy in to the Sixers new system, why not? In addition to being a great team and a big-time athlete, my son Zach gets a ton of attention right off the bat on Twitter. The tweets are good for my daughter as she struggles at school, and while Zach is looking for some basketball action in the gym and he does get some buzz these days, it’s one thing to get a tweet from a guy who can’t get it. Still, it was very interesting to keep that a post, and I think he thinks the Sixers have him as their next pick.

I think you’re correct when you say the Sixers have the next pick. There is already a bunch of other names who are ready to play with Butler. The Sixers are a great pick who can also push forward or defend the point guard position. One of those offensive weapons is Dontari Poe. I thought Poe was a bit too small for Dwayne Wade, probably because he can’t pick his man up on his defensive assignments. I’m not saying that Butler is a 5’11” small forward. The Sixers had to make it very difficult to keep their young point guard around as I’ll come back to that. I’ve seen it, in the preseason. Rookies of his stature were not only young, but they don’t have much to offer you with a big man. One thing that can’t be said about the Sixers is that they are very young at the moment, in order to be right there in front of as many opposing defenders as possible. You might think for a minute that this system worked out for the Sixers, but I don’t believe that it exists, and if you have heard me call these rumors false, check out what I’ve been saying or hear me at work at that.

A couple pieces of good info for you in this update though are that

@jaybuk: You mentioned you’re ready to go to the NBA. The Pelicans are also in the process of trading for Anthony Davis, who they also have in the past. Do you have an opportunity to get an opening to work with them?

@shazbuzz @jaybuk #Raptors We are already trading for Telly, KCP and Belly to go get more point guard power forwards and guards to add to the roster. It’s worth noting to note that they are looking for shooting guard C.J. Miles to come off the bench as well. If they do, he’s going to be the biggest addition for the Pistons in 2015 if not sooner.

The big question about this change is that both teams appear to have had to make this move. Kudos go out. You could look at a draft today and say that they got the next pick for Marcus Thornton, who is 5’9’’ and 300 lbs., and their move would be complete. Or, say they got it for Marcus Smart who has an 800 lbs offensive end and 800 lbs defensive end. Those are guys who can be pretty good players and they also are both big guys. I am saying, however, that if you could take a look at this pick, what you would see is a fairly young point guard, who has an opportunity in the future.

@shazbuzz @jaybuk You’re right, it’s not the same pick. It’s the next pick. It wouldn’t surprise me but you would take this one of these

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