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  1. OUTSTANDING. You have to keep your playmakers/probowlers. He is a great ambassador for the team as well. Love this. Great job, Loomis.
  2. The high point of the finale was Hound vs the Mountain. The rest? - head scratches and a whole lot of meh. And Bran becoming king is just so stupid. This is a character who does next to nothing throughout the series, besides zoning out and being a convenient way to assert narratives into the story. He is boring and up until this finale, was assumed to have no interest in the throne. But hey, let's subvert everyone's expectations and throw a crown on him. Dumb. And letting Tyrion choose the king? WHY? Tyrion's reasoning - Bran had the best story. WHAT? That would be Arya. Hell, Stansa IMO would be a better choice. I would have like to see the ending play out like this: The Mad Queen enters the throne room soon followed by John. The scene plays out as in the original, except as the Queen is dying, it is revealed that it's Arya that actually dispatched her, knowing John may not have the will to pull it off. Arya disappears and John enters the room. He sees his dead Queen and holds her as Grey Worm enters the room. Grey Worm is enraged at the sight. An epic battle between the two ensures, and John is the victor and Grey Worm is dead. John goes before the assembled council and is recognized as next in line for the throne. As the council names him King, he relinquishes the throne. Stansa becomes Queen and names John King of the North. It's where he feel most at home.
  3. Are we good to talk about details now, including spoilers?
  4. It depends on what kind of money he is looking for. If he is looking for around $9 - 10 million, then the Saints could swing that. And he'd have the best shot out of other options, at getting to a Superbowl. Also, I've read where the Patriots don't have much salary cap room.
  5. McCoy would be a good fit here. Better than Suh - fit wise. Oneyamata may miss a few games due to possible suspension, and Rankins is out for at least half the season. I'm all for signing McCoy at this point. Let's add more talent to the Dline.
  6. Disappointing. It was just OK...that’s all. Usually GOT is a spectacle, and each episode has the feel of a movie. This felt like a TV show. Had a few good moments, but overall ...meh. I look forward to talking specifics later.
  7. So we have (Cam) Jordan and Lil Jordan? Cool. 👍
  8. Saw it today. WOW. Highly recommended. Man, just an awesome movie. 👍👍👍
  9. After 3 rounds, Hakeem Butler is still on the board? If I were the Saints, I’d try to move up and nab him. A starting center and a possible starter at WR picked in the 4th round? I’d say that’s addressing needs and getting great value at the same time.
  10. Cook, Watson, and Hill would be a good TE group. 👍
  11. After watching his highlights, Cooks looks like a combination of the solid route running/reliability of Ben Watson with physicality of Shockey. Maybe not quite the nasty streak of Shockey, but Cook is not afraid to steamroll defenders for extra yards. The Saints nabbed a playmaker at a position of need. 👍
  12. I don’t think Davenport’s health status has anything to do with the Saints going after Quinn. Having several rushers who can get to the QB is huge. Rotate them in and out like the Giants did about a decade ago. That Dline was a monster at pressuring the QB. Relentless. Davenport will continue to progress. He’ll be fine. Having Davenport, Quinn, Jordan, and maybe an improved Hendrickson...along with an eventual healthy Rankins (and also Oneyamata)....That would improve this Dline dramatically. Getting to the QB has been a weakness on this team for too long. The front office finally fixed the issue of stopping the run last season. Now it’s time to start planting QBs in the turf. And I’m all for it. Go Saints!!!
  13. When Robertson is on the field, he makes plays. He’s good for the locker room, too. I really like this signing. Excellent depth move.
  14. Can't wait.