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    austinslater25

    The NFL at least on offense, has passed Pete by because he refuses to adapt. Can you imagine Wilson if he played in a system like Philly, KC, NE, Pittsburg? He would have multiple mvps at this point. Pete needed to hire a OC who challenged him and instead he got a guy who hasn’t been successful at any stop and will run an outdated archaic offense that Pete is too stubborn to move away from. We ran twice into stacked boxes on 2nd and long. That is something smart teams never do. The post game interview was telling as well. Pete said he had Schott doing some things.....Pete getting his hands in something that he shouldn’t. Wilson was visibly upset with both of them after the dumb timeout call.

    I love Pete and what he’s done here but he’s the problem and he’s too stubborn to change.

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    austinslater25

    @veda-the-moor I don’t think he represents the right though either. He’s essentially a comedian. But for your example people on the left have said horrible things as well, I don’t think that’s disputed and I completely agree his sandy hook conspiracy is absolutely terrible. Ok i forgot where I was going with this, should wait til after the game at least ha!

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    austinslater25

    I’m with Rodgers on this one.

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    austinslater25

    I’ve never listened to Jones other than someone else posting what he says like the Sandy Hook conspiracy which is appalling. He wasn’t a mainstream conservative as some are reporting but latched on to the extreme. Rogan strangely is friends with him and views him as more of an entertainer and hints that it’s all an act.

    I’m torn. Private companies have the right to do whatever they want to do. They run the risk of losing business but that’s their choice. Twitter and Facebook seem to only censor right leaning voices which I think is a terrible business idea but again that’s their call. What I know I’m not a fan of is either side trying to silence the other side or pushing for them to be silenced. We’ve seen people like Shapiro, Maher, Crowder, San Harris etc attempted to be silenced by a mob because people disagree with them. Thankfully leaders on both sides, many listed above, have spoken out against doing this sort of thing. Free speech is huge, talk to people who have lived in areas where they don’t have it to get a better understanding of why it’s so important.

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    austinslater25

    I might be mistaken but I thought I read that PFF rated his pass blocking at a 70 which is decent especially in comparison to what we saw last year.

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    austinslater25

    I wasn’t fully on board with a running back in the first for multiple reasons but I’m excited to see what he can do.

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    austinslater25

    I think Rashad gets the majority of the work because of the capitol used on him. I’m in the minority but if Prosise stays healthy, and that’s a huge if, I think he gets more work than people expect and ends up a pretty major factor in the offense. It’s probably even more likely something happens and he’s not on the team so this is just a gut feeling. His skill set has to be something Schott loves when evaluating though.

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    austinslater25

    Good stuff! Was Prosise anywhere to be seen?

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    austinslater25

    Yeah this stuff is nuts and everyone left, right, moderate, don't care etc should all be pissed. If I had to guess just about every US media outlet is pushed one way or the other.

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    austinslater25

    I think the downside is abuse with these weapons and vehicles and we do see it occasionally. I think the abuse we do see is more to do with poor tactics, training and possibly an outdated model for use. One example is swat missions. I'm all for SWAT and what they do but they have also been misused. I also think on a larger scale the over militarization of police can lead to potentially bad situations and we see this in other countries for sure. My problem with politicians jumping on board when they see an opportunity is that they are largely uninformed, seeking power and they don't look at it in a big picture sort of approach. Of we want to downsize in a sense how we use law enforcement in this country it has to be well thought out and done well. I'm on my phone at work but hopefully this made some sort of sense lol

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