We're getting a taste of this lineup problem right now with the NBA Clippers (were for many experts the favorite to win it all) experiencing a depleted lineup as their last big man has just broken the bubble for family reasons.
This NFL method is more of a take-down than I assumed it would...
On reading this, it's hard to know who was worn out by whom? And also hard to know what constituted the "deteriorating rel." apart from Tom's apparent desire to have more control over play-calling. In any case, more words devoted here to their love fest than to their clashing.
I keep thinking about how the NBA season was canceled in like one day when 2-3 players tested positive for covid. Many other players, refs, and broadcasters were then placed in quarantine for 14 days. Given this, it seems that any single NFL team would have to play with like a 30 man roster for...
If we do kick out of round one and say it's for a 2nd and 3rd, Friday night will be a big one for the Pats and for the Pats future!! That's 5 picks that night and then Sat morning opening up with two 4th round picks. Yum.
Joe Klatt at Fox just released his final (and bizarre) draft. He has Tua going at 6 to the Chargers, and Herbert going at 18 to the Phins. The Pats get Cole Kmet at 23 (who I thought was a 2nd rounder)
I like most of the trades but the one I have doubts about is 5 or basically Thuney plus two six's for Carr. I guess it depends about how one reads Carr, but I think I would say no to this one and probably yes to all the others.