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    Gonna apologize to you again - my bad brother.
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    Jeudy is a great router runner, 4.4 speed, good hands, can block, and is sort of like a Marvin Harrison type of guy but bigger. Lamb is a really nice rounter runner, he's not a burner he's a 4.5 guy, but he can jump, get separation, and is just kind of like a more polished and gifted version of Michael Irvin.

    Both are SUPER hard workers and have no red flags (at least that are known) and those two are super safe picks. Jeudy is my preference because I think he can do a little more on the field, but Lamb might be the most complete player. If either of them weren't Pro Bowl caliber players it's probably due to injuries/bad luck.
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    He plays to honor a fallen family member and was a known hard worker. When he talks he's a quiet but engaged person. He is definitely a pretty sharp guy and doesn't shy away from playing over the middle.

    He can run routes pretty well. Not like Marvin Harrison but not like an awkward glorified returner.
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    Am I way out there on Ruggs? What do you think about him?
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    Be safe, bro.
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    Thanks I’ll check it out!
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    Well, I'll be getting banned shortly.

    See you in one to twelve weeks
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    Did you like The Force Awakens?
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    Hey now, I was the guy clamoring for him the most last offseason. At one point I was the only one. I ******* loved his game today. I love his game. I love big arm Qb's with accuracy. Thank god we have a real armed Qb. It matters more now than ever in this pass happy NFL offense. Especially if we're going to be playing in cold weather.

    That first TD pass was perfect. I still can't believe there was no PI called on it. That second TD pass was a mental feat more than anything else. Lord knows his ability to respond to pass rushers in his face is something we sorely missed. I took a lot of flak for saying draft him in the first round. I'm shocked he fell to the second round. If Gabbert, Tannehill, and Manziel are first rounds Lock should have been.
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    I don't like juiced baseballs either. One, it diminishes the spectacle of home runs when you see what looks like a routine shagged fly ball peter over the wall...after three a game you realize only one of those was legit...
    It also pushes fly ball pitchers out of the game - fly ball pitching has always been a bit of a risk, and sometimes if your starting pitcher is at the wrong park it can go terribly, terribly wrong. That being said, it shouldn't be so punishing to an entire type of pitcher. Some would argue it's a small price to pay, and they might be correct.

    What you described reminds me a story of Ted Williams. He got so irked at people saying he didn't have power that he, for a game or two, made it a point to go for more power. After he proved his point, he went back to knocking in all kinds of hits. Your story also reminds me of Tony Gywn, who sacrificed power for outrageously high batting averages.
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