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  • Torgus's Avatar
    Today, 10:59 AM
    Thanks for the insight. I'm PUMPED for Revis and our D in general. As much as I like Gronk I almost feel like they should really limit his playing until the playoffs. I mean that is where we need him in beast mode. We'll get to the playoffs without him just fine. I know it will not happen and that is not how the game is played...but if he gets injured one more time he's going to get labeled as an injury prone player...more so than he already is. Thompkins I'm excited about. Hopefully he continues to get better and shows it on the field as you said.
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    Today, 10:57 AM
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    Today, 10:30 AM
    Welcome Ecu335i, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • 135pats's Avatar
    Today, 10:03 AM
    Took a few days off and got some away time on Nantucket this past weekend - popped by Gillette on the way back purely as a fan and wanted to pass along my thoughts. Obviously, this is a Patriots-centric post and solely reflects my personal opinion. - Both Jamie Collins and Dont'a Hightower look like different players this go around. Hightower has a quiet confidence about him and is clearly best suited at the SAM (strong side). He's an end of line thumper who was miscast on the weakside last year. Expect to see him playing toward the LOS more, that's where he can be a very nice all around player. Collins just looks like a beast, to be frank. Rare athlete who was rocking people back with heavy hands all day from what I saw. He'll play at least 80% of the snaps this year if healthy. I can't see a scenario in which you'd choose to take him off the field. - I worry about the teams depth at linebacker and D line. They have well above average top end talent in Mayo, Collins, Easley, Wilfork, and C. Jones (Hightower could join that group) but the depth is not inspiring. Their inside backers in particular could stand some quality depth infusion, though I think at this point they'll go with what they have. Worrisome. -In the one practice I saw, I didn't see enough pass rush on the field. Getting Easley integrated will be a godsend but this is still not a unit that can just tee off on quarterbacks. Chandler Jones looked like a force but everyone else I saw relied on effort rather than ability to win 1 on 1. The ability of Collins and Hightower to deliver off the edges on fire and zone exchanges will be critical. Both Kelly and Wilfork have the ability to rush but it's not a safe bet to count on them. -Gronk looked like Gronk. Dominant in every pass catching drill I saw. I think they'll ease him back in but for fantasy football purposes he showed no lingering effects. In a red zone fade drill he scored 3 consecutive touchdowns. - It is an absolute pleasure watching Darrelle Revis ply his craft. Folks, this is the best corner in the game bar none. His footwork (the best i've ever seen hands down), his reactive athleticism, his ability to mirror without grabbing, the strength of his punch, his ball skills, his trail speed...I mean everything is just on a different level. I've never seen him in person until now but it's immediately obvious what a supreme player he is. I'm trying to think of any aspect to his game where he is less than outstanding, and i'm having a hard time coming up with anything. I suppose he's merely good in run force. -Piggybacking on that thought, this could be the deepest and most talented corner group in football. When your top corner is Revis, and your fifth corner is Alfonzo Dennard, you are in a very nice spot. We'll have to see if the safety play holds up. McCourty is outstanding but it's wide open and not super impressive next to him. -Thompkins still spends too much time on the ground. I'm not sure why but it's annoying to watch. And he still catches the ball poorly, I doubt that'll ever change. On the positive side he looks to have gained some good weight, and still makes people look foolish in the three step game at times. I'm firmly in the "prove it on Sundays" camp with him. Still think Dobson is the key, and he was with the rehab group off to the sidelines. OK back to work.
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    Today, 10:01 AM
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    Today, 09:54 AM
    Went down to the drags tonight to better my previous time and managed 4 x 10second runs, best being 10.8. The car is a 2008 C63 with Weistec Stage II kit. It was running: - Full weight minus the spare tyre - Pump fuel - No Ice Trunk - Stock internals - Stock transmission - 16" CLK wheels on the rear with Hoosier 225/50/16s - 19" OEM multispokes on the front with PSS 235/35/19s - iPE valvetronic exhaust Here is the time slip and a picture of the from tonight Charlie
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    Today, 09:35 AM
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