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  • Re: Best non-QB player in the NFL?

    S2J wrote: »
    S2J wrote: »
    Its not whether OBJ is that good, its the impact of his position.

    There's a huge drop off from Watt to next best at his position

    vs.

    How much of a drop off is there from OBJ to Brown to Hopkins to Julio???

    Thats why im more inclined to take Watt, Donald, Miller, even throw in a Leveon Bell if he wasnt such a screw up.

    WR is too crowded a position for 1 guy to be seen as best player OVERALL

    This is how I judge too kinda. I got a debate with my friend about who was more dominant. Jordan or Jerry Rice, and chose Rice because of this. I may go With Gronk because no one dominates on a level near him at his position.

    Whoa, whoa, please dont use my name in
    vein to back that point, sir

    haha. I won't hijack this thread but as far as dominance. Rice was more dominant than Jordan.
    nujerz84ShizlanskyKneeGro_DuperManJonah 2.0
  • Is the NBA heading into hard times?

    I made this thread last year (I tried to bump it, but it won't work). But essentially the point was is the NBA heading towards a rough patch as Lebron ages, and eventually retires that it won't have a Superstar (meaning bigger than the game, not meaning very talented), to help bring in viewers? This year had the best record in league history, Spurs chasing a perfect home record, Kobe's farewell tour, the possibility of Westbrook and Durant's last run together, and what may be the last year of this amazing aura around Lebron. All that helps the league, but you'll have probably none of it next year, so something/someone else has draw people in


    With all those things being done, is the NBA going to be feeling the negative impact of Lebron fading/retiring down the road since it doesn't look like another superstar will emerge that can fill his shoes? I think this is going to lead to bad times for the NBA.

    Note: Who are the mods now, so I can find out how to close this thread, and just bump the old one?
    CJBetasouthsil4lilinfamous114Chi-Town BullyJusDre313Louis Devineartexasdaking88lord nemesis
  • Re: Emmanuelle Chriqui. Dimepiece

    Waitin for the lyin ass dudes that come into every thread and say pass....
    Slick@Will
  • Re: The official 2016 NFL off season thread

    O.G. wrote: »
    Steelers vs Ravens is the best rivalry bcuz they actually meet up in playoff games or in a position to keep the other from the playoffs.

    I think Bengals v Steelers is taking over. That hate is looking strong as hell
    O.G.texasdaking88Arya TsaddiqilledoutFigogman82nj2089
  • Re: General Manager - Which Sport Is The Most Challenging To Turn A Sorry Team Into A Winner

    I'm still sticking with nfl over NBA. Like you said, having a generational talent is HUGE. If you do land a Bron, that's a deep playoff run each year. No one in the NFL can do that for you. You need to put together a dominant group, and your team is always falling apart because NFL careers are short. Between the Broncos 2 SB's (just 1 year between them) they lost damn near their whole OL, J Thomas, that fat DT that went to WAS I think, Moreno, Decker, anf I forget who else. That's a lot of holes to be constantly filling. NFL GM's need to be constantly getting talent. You're always in rebuild mode and that's harder to me.

    Here's an interesting question. No players are signed, and you get to pick your own roster. Someone says they'll give you a million dollars if you can put together a championship team and you get to pick if its an NBA or NFL team. Do you even have to hesitate on which sport's team you're putting together? Most NBA fans can probably do a list off the top of their head and win a ring.
    its....JOHN B