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Highboy last won the day on March 8 2012

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  1. Rasul Douglas a steal in the third. He'll start. Sidney Jones, Douglas, Jalen Mills as a long term backfield I'll take that all day long
  2. Vols for life. With Alabama, I don't know, I don't see the results. Kirkpatrick, Hightower, Mosely, Dee Millner, Rashland, HaHa, Kareem Jackson, Mark Barron, and a slew of others in recent years were suppose to be sure fire difference makers but everyone I listed are either busts or just respectable. No real game changing impact players. Collins has moments. Just my opinion. I agree with you that Allen is probably for real, with him like I said I think it was more the medical. I haven't researched a ton of it but I guess that are real long term concerns. With Barnett I'm sort of with you that its "safe" but at the same time it seems Douglas has more control. Its classic Ozzy Newsome to trust the board and stick to it. What about the Sidney Jones pick? I kind of like this as a long term play, there's still a chance he plays this year and they may have pulled off getting one of the top players at both positions in this class. Just occured to me Eagles could very well land Alvin Kamakura (butchered it) too. Another Vol and another outstanding player at his position. I'd dance a little.
  3. I think it is all obvious at this point that the league has something on Jonathan Allen's medical that we fans just aren't privy to. OJ Howard I get the love but Foster wouldn't even be on my board. Alabama linebackers, line their secondary players, fool people into thinking they're better than they are every year and he certainly doesn't look like so much of a difference maker that I wouldn't risk all of those off the field issues constantly spilling into the locker room
  4. I would say yes. Our secondary was dreadful but a pass rush that is consistently getting to the quarterback helps. Cox is the only real difference maker we have on the defensive line. Graham has been ok lately but I think we desperately needed a real blue-chip quality DE long term.
  5. I know I am probably all alone with my excitement of getting Sidney Jones because he won't be able to play right away but this guy's injury isn't like Jaylen Smith's nerve damage. Got maybe the best defense of end in the draft at 14 and then maybe the best corner in the draft in the second round I'll sign up for that any day
  6. I'm no Vol alumni but they are my favorite college team as well so win-win for me. But honestly to fans and media it might seem crazy that we passed on those players but remember so did a bunch of other teams. Alabama may be a great college program that knows how to win championships at the college level but people in league circles have come out saying a lot of the general managers and coaches hate the way players are being pounded into dust there. These Alabama players just aren't the prospects they get hyped to be.
  7. Caring is great but I think verifiable evidence matters. The reason I said to the OP that there can't be a dialogue is because no one agrees what the facts actually are. Until one side is willing to do that, dialogue is impossible. Malcolm Jenkins took to Twitter to publicly ridicule Ben Carson for referring to African American slaves as immigrants yet completely ignored Obama doing the same thing. Why? Because Carson didn't take the position that most in the black community feel he should take and Obama did. ESPN First Take did entire segments on police shooting black criminals and "systematic racism". Yet not once did they mention the fact that a police officer is almost 18 times more likely to be shot and killed by an African-American citizen than the African American citizen is to be shot and killed by a cop. Raw data had no place. The idea that the front office of a professional football team is somehow morally obligated to open up the dialogue that the original poster suggested is simply giving voice to fake social justice warrior outrage.
  8. True but it's promising. Wentz looks like a franchise QB, both offensive lineman we drafted in the middle grounds look like they can start. Jalen Mills has certainly had his problems with some of the top-tier wide receivers but has mostly looked like a starting corner or at the very least a starting nickel corner. Wendell Smallwood should have been getting more touches. Considering after our first round pick for the quarterback that most of our pics were all mid to late round selections I don't know how it doesn't look promising
  9. The F?
  10. Yeah Seattle did that. Very nice.
  11. Never mind, I'm wrong, I thought the black power fist was a different gesture but it's not. F that's disappointing
  12. I hear you I'm just saying that isn't a Black Power fist. The BP fist is different.
  13. I don't know how you can't appreciate some of of the football this team has played the first two weeks this season. Pederson's playcalling, Wentz's command of of the offense. Not going to overreact but definitely fun to watch.
  14. I think these protests are based on a media driven lie, but to be fair, those weren't Black Panther fists. It turned out not to be that big of a deal. Totally disagree with it, just saying.
  15. If they made a demonstration to bring awareness to the fact that cops are 18.5 times more likely to be shot and killed by black civilians than black civilians are to be killed by police, or that the 15% black community is responsible for nearly 60% of violent crime in America, I might get behind it.