Bucfan56

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  1. The Chargers kinda look like the Cowboys if you left them out in the sun too long. Navy vs powder is NOT a good matchup.
  2. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    Have you actually watched the Warriors play this season? Granted they always have a few games every year where they're totally disconnected and play sloppy, s**t basketball, but they're good enough to still pull those games out. The issue this year though is that they've played almost ALL of their games with a certain level of disconnection and it really does kinda show that they're bored. A lot of that "wow" factor they've had over the past few years just isn't there yet, which is unfortunate from a fan standpoint, but I mean I get it. If they can half ass it and still win, then why not? It just kills a lot of the intrigue. And it's not like it's a new problem. It's kind of always been the issue with basketball. And in what universe is the MLB regular season less meaningful than the NBA regular season? Half of the teams in the league make the playoffs in the NBA and the top teams usually never care about seeding. Lebron's teams haven't been the #1 seed a good chunk of the time and they're pretty much always slated for the Finals. Why do you always get so weirdly triggered over some of my posts? Damn Dave, I feel like I just "insulted" Pokémon and hurt your feelings again.
  3. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    The Warriors look absolutely bored this season. Is there a more meaningless regular season than the NBA?
  4. 2017 NFL Season

    They're a Philly team that people outside of the city actually want to root for. It kinda feels like making a deal with the devil. This has a dangerously high chance of getting completely :censored:ed up in the worst of ways (AKA, blowing a 28-3 lead to the Pats in the Super Bowl).
  5. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    The 32-point differential is tied for the largest in the 3rd quarter of ANY game in the shot clock era. Golden State is just bored and screwing with everyone at this point.
  6. MLB changes 2018?

    I'm pretty sure that's a Myrtle Beach pelicans cap.
  7. MLB changes 2018?

    When are they releasing those? Those already look a lot better than the DE caps we've had the past few years.
  8. NHL Anti-Thread: Bad Business Decision Aggregator

    Fun fact: I got the worst food poisoning of my entire life from that JR's during the absolute WORST date I've ever been on. It was still more fun than an actual Coyotes game, though!
  9. Football and CTE

    There are also literally millions of middle aged men who smoked a pack a day for years that are perfectly fine. That doesn't mean there isn't a cancer epidemic among those who smoked cigarettes. "Lung cancer is serious and should be taken seriously, but there is not an epidemic of lung cancer from smoking cigarettes. I think it might be getting blown out of proportion." Do you see how the logic is flawed? You seriously sound like Nick Naylor with statements like this.
  10. 2018 MLB Hot Stove Season

    I'm good with the AL vote, and I'm ok with the NL vote. I'm starting to wonder if Paul Goldschmidt is ever going to win MVP. For as good as he is, he's so incredibly overlooked. I can see Stanton taking the award over him strictly due to the home runs, but Votto finishing in second? I dunno about that one. Votto had a good year, no doubt. But the Reds were basically never competitive last season, and for that matter, neither were the Marlins. Goldy led that D Backs team to one of their best seasons in years. I guess that final month really hurt him.
  11. North American Pro Soccer 2017

    Oh, go take a long walk off of a short pier. You're REALLY missing some of the dynamics of the situation in California. Northern California is a lot more under served than you realize, and trying to deny Sacramento a bid because of the stale "The state has enough teams already" argument is, at the very best, tone deaf, and at worst, just plain stupid. Southern California might as well be another state in terms of distance. San Jose to Carson, CA (where the Galaxy play) is a further distance than it is from Columbus to Chicago. :censored: for that matter, Columbus and Cincinnati are closer to each other than San Jose is to Sacramento by nearly 20 miles. So by that logic, Cincinnati already has WAY more access to pro soccer teams than we do in Sacramento. Sacramento also has like double the amount of people, and the Sacramento metro area is also (slightly) bigger than Cincinnati's. Sacramento has done a TON of work with this bid, and it seems like Nashville and Cincinnati are really new with all of this. Peg Sacramento and Nashville this round and let Cincy (and by extension, Columbus) get their stuff more ready. Hell, Cincinnati could just root for the new Nashville team! Those two cities are more than 100 miles closer to one another than Sacramento is to Carson. You're thinking too much like an east coaster still, Dave
  12. 2018 MLB Hot Stove Season

    In a move that I don't think surprises many people, Carlos Beltran announced his retirement today. In another move that's a bit more surprising, he may be looked at pretty strongly for the Yankees manager job. http://nypost.com/2017/11/13/carlos-beltran-goes-out-a-champion/
  13. North American Pro Soccer 2017

    That's probably REALLY bad news for Cincinnati, Detroit, and Phoenix. At least for this round of expansion. Nashville is now neck and neck with Sacramento and there's only about a month left to go.
  14. New Sacramento RiverCats alternate cap. Considering I work directly with the SRFC Tower Bridge Battalion, I kind of have to get this.