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Mad_Hatter

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  1. Here’s some in depth coverage from CBS Sports Read Me Lots of concepts the NFL will play close attention to. Play clock, commercials, no kickoffs, no PAT’s, 1st and goal overtime and basically a UFC pay structure. Base salary with performance bonuses More high(ish) level football is a good thing. Extra reps for players, coaches and officials can go a long way. I haven’t read about age limits yet (or its in my link and I missed it), but it could fill a void for those who want a high 5 figure to 6 figure contract instead of a 4 year college degree. I imagine the level of play will begin between high P5 and NFL preseason. I’m cautiously optimistic. So good luck...
  2. So that’s 7 road games for 2020? Bold move with 7-6 required for a bowl. Is that $1 mill worth more than an extra G5 home game and at least the hope of a bowl game?
  3. How’d you manage that? The venue has been stricly reserved for underground Magic the Gathering battles for decades. And I would have bet my life that Best Buy had the exclusive rights to all MWCBoard fisticuffs. Anxiously awaiting the undercard.
  4. No doubt the precise exit fee they’ll donate back to us plebes on their way to the B10 B1G B16 shortly after. Well played Rams.
  5. Fresno 3 pt shooting and 3 pt defense has me not very optimistic about this one. Many word on how many pack fans are taking the booze buss over to the valley?
  6. My first order of buisiness would be to retain @Joe from WY as curator/director of my affairs. From there, traveling the world via leased jet, yacht, helicopter, to fully staffed, on-call, mansions, penthouses, villas would be plenty expensive. Throw in degenerate, high-limit gambling and we’re golden.
  7. The full size truck market has been so damn competitive that there’s really not a whole lot that separates the Ram 1500, F150 and Silverado 1500, as they’ve entered a bit of an arms race. (Toyota is keeping the Tundra fairly status quo at the moment). It just depends on your preference when I comes to towing, payload, comfort, fuel economy, etc. Generally speaking, for 2019, Ram leads in max towing, F150 leads in economy and comfort, and Silverado is the most well rounded. The bitch of it is, they’re toying with so many new engine & transmission combos, that reliability is a wild card.
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