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KC Hawks 08:08 PM 11-30-2018
So who looks good in this upcoming draft?
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O.city 09:22 AM 12-06-2018
I would sign Jaylen Richard in the offseason and make him the feature back in Andy's scheme and wreck souls.

Seriously, I think that dude would be perfect.
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The Pest 11:20 AM 12-06-2018
Coleman?

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There’s currently one player among the 2019 free agent class that has a significant connection to the Chiefs and is a strong possibility for the team. That player is Tevin Coleman, currently of the Atlanta Falcons.

Coleman was drafted by the Falcons in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft out of the University of Indiana. He was coming off his best season ever with 270 attempts, 2,036 rushing yards, and 15 touchdowns. While he was at Indiana, he was mentored by his running backs coach, a man by the name of Deland McCullough.

Does that name sound familiar? Well it should, because McCullough is currently the running backs coach for the Kansas City Chiefs.


Coleman bought into coach McCullough’s system at Indiana and he reaped the rewards to the tune of being No. 2 in rushing yards in college football during the 2014 season (just a few hundred yards behind Melvin Gordon). He also finished that season avearging 7.5 yards per carry, just .5 behind former Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt.

“Tevin is a superb athlete, an all-around athlete. I mean you’re talking about a kid who was recruited not only as a running back, but as a corner by a Big 10 school, and as a receiver,” McCullough explained of Coleman in an interview at his pro day.

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Buehler445 11:30 AM 12-06-2018
Originally Posted by The Pest:
Coleman?
Id love Coleman but I think hes going to get more money than Id be willing to pay.
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The Pest 11:39 AM 12-06-2018
What's too much money?

Dion Lewis got basically 4 years $20 million.
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O.city 12:05 PM 12-06-2018
Guys, I feel like you bypassed my Richard post to hastily.

Seriously, that dude could be had for not a whole lot if the Raiders let him go and he'd be absolutely perfect in this offense.
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Buehler445 12:19 PM 12-06-2018
Originally Posted by The Pest:
What's too much money?

Dion Lewis got basically 4 years $20 million.
I mean, I don't know. I probably wouldn't throw a fit at 4/20, but that's 10X Hunts salary. And that's not necessarily a reasonable expectation, but it's hard (for me) to divorce myself from those numbers.
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Buehler445 12:20 PM 12-06-2018
Originally Posted by O.city:
Guys, I feel like you bypassed my Richard post to hastily.

Seriously, that dude could be had for not a whole lot if the Raiders let him go and he'd be absolutely perfect in this offense.
I'd agree with that. I just don't want to plow a fuckload of resources into him. But yeah, looks like he moves well in space.
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duncan_idaho 01:03 PM 12-06-2018
Originally Posted by DJ's left nut:
Ate there on Monday. Still a shockingly solid steak for what looks like a strip mall burger joint. It's not exactly a place to go for a cheap, good steak anymore - the big ribeye is $18 with a potato and a shitty salad - but it's a solid place to take twin infants if you want a good steak and your wife wants a Gyro (or if you just want a Gyro).



Good place; that family has owned it since it opened and I like kicking them some business whenever I think about it.

Wait, twins? You, too?

Congrats. Its a crazy ride, man.
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O.city 01:04 PM 12-06-2018
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
I'd agree with that. I just don't want to plow a ****load of resources into him. But yeah, looks like he moves well in space.
I'd bet you could get him for like, 3/12 with 8 guaranteed
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Buehler445 01:15 PM 12-06-2018
Originally Posted by O.city:
I'd bet you could get him for like, 3/12 with 8 guaranteed
Id be down for that. As long as he quits fumbling :-)
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BryanBusby 02:38 PM 12-06-2018
God I don't know how you guys deal with twins. One toddler makes me want to drink.
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The Pest 02:59 PM 12-06-2018
Originally Posted by duncan_idaho:
Wait, twins? You, too?

Congrats. Its a crazy ride, man.
Me three. It's crazy how different mine are from each other.
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DJ's left nut 03:18 PM 12-07-2018
Originally Posted by duncan_idaho:
Wait, twins? You, too?

Congrats. It’s a crazy ride, man.
Obliged sir.

Originally Posted by The Pest:
Me three. It's crazy how different mine are from each other.
I have a 4 year old daughter as well.

The girl twin is similar to her in a lot of ways but only to a point. She's weirdly thoughtful (I swear you cn see her sitting around thinking sometimes) and very type A - won't do anything until she's positive she can do it right. It's the damnedest thing. She wouldn't crawl until she could just...crawl. None of this army crawling or inchworm shit. She'd get down for a bit, decide she didn't like the view, sit back up. The mongoloid boy, meanwhile, is scooting all over the place and taking her stuff and knocking her over. And then one day she was just gone across the room at full throat. She was more mobile than he was within 48 hours of deciding she wanted to be mobile. She wouldn't feed herself until she could do a full pincher grip - she refused to do the smash and grab thing. Now the boy has a 2nd meal under his chair while she just sits there and can pick individual grains of rice up. She doesn't like to pull up on things because she can't cruise yet - but the moment she can cruise, she'll do it I'm sure. And she'll probably just skip the toddling phase and go from crawling to running marathons. She's just weird and manipulative. I worry that she's smarter than he all of us.

That mother!@#$ing boy, OTOH...{sigh}. He's the first to try everything and he just goddamn sucks at it forever. He's reckless and I'm pretty sure he's stupid. He climbs on everything, pulls on everything, hurls things across the room, gets into everything - the boy is a wrecking ball. But he's happier than a pig in shit all the time and thinks everything is just the funniest thing in the world.

I was not prepared for the boy. I'm probably going to kill him. Or more accurately just let him kill himself.

And the funniest part is that the two of them don't even look like distant cousins and neither of them look like the oldest. They're all three just a mis-mash of component features that we can generally find on their mother or I. Except for the blue eyes - nearest we can tell is that my mom has 'em but mine are brown, hers are green and nothing else about that lummox having blue eyes makes sense.

Twins are weird.
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The Pest 03:28 PM 12-07-2018
Originally Posted by DJ's left nut:
Obliged sir.



I have a 4 year old daughter as well.

The girl twin is similar to her in a lot of ways but only to a point. She's weirdly thoughtful (I swear you cn see her sitting around thinking sometimes) and very type A - won't do anything until she's positive she can do it right. It's the damnedest thing. She wouldn't crawl until she could just...crawl. None of this army crawling or inchworm shit. She'd get down for a bit, decide she didn't like the view, sit back up. The mongoloid boy, meanwhile, is scooting all over the place and taking her stuff and knocking her over. And then one day she was just gone across the room at full throat. She was more mobile than he was within 48 hours of deciding she wanted to be mobile. She wouldn't feed herself until she could do a full pincher grip - she refused to do the smash and grab thing. Now the boy has a 2nd meal under his chair while she just sits there and can pick individual grains of rice up. She doesn't like to pull up on things because she can't cruise yet - but the moment she can cruise, she'll do it I'm sure. And she'll probably just skip the toddling phase and go from crawling to running marathons. She's just weird and manipulative. I worry that she's smarter than he all of us.

That mother!@#$ing boy, OTOH...{sigh}. He's the first to try everything and he just goddamn sucks at it forever. He's reckless and I'm pretty sure he's stupid. He climbs on everything, pulls on everything, hurls things across the room, gets into everything - the boy is a wrecking ball. But he's happier than a pig in shit all the time and thinks everything is just the funniest thing in the world.

I was not prepared for the boy. I'm probably going to kill him. Or more accurately just let him kill himself.

And the funniest part is that the two of them don't even look like distant cousins and neither of them look like the oldest. They're all three just a mis-mash of component features that we can generally find on their mother or I. Except for the blue eyes - nearest we can tell is that my mom has 'em but mine are brown, hers are green and nothing else about that lummox having blue eyes makes sense.

Twins are weird.
Sounds about right. :-)

I've got my twin daughters (who are 8 now) and my oldest daughter is 11. The twins are nuts because as soon as we found out that we were having twins....we were so fucking worried that we'd never be able to tell them apart. We agonized for weeks leading up to the day they were born. We talked about painting one toe nail or making a mark on the bottom of one of their feet. They were born....spent two weeks in the NICU because they came out early....and the first time they took their breathing masks off....we could easily tell them apart. And from that point on....they were completely different in every way imaginable. One is quiet and reserved....the other is loud and all over the place. One likes to sit down and read....the other has to be fucking doing something. They don't like the same food. They don't like the same toys. If they like the same show....they have to like different characters. Literally the only three things that I've found that they both like are Minecraft, LEGOs and soccer.
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DJ's left nut 03:32 PM 12-07-2018
Learned an interesting fact last month - identical twins aren't hereditary. Just complete flukes; no reason to believe that their children will be any more predisposed to twins of their own.

Fraternal are hereditary and I'm pretty sure I recall it just traveling with the females, but for identicals they're just a one-off.

Would've never guessed that.

FUCK YOUR THREAD, KC HAWKS! THIS IS OUR THREAD NOW! WE WILL OVERWHELM YOU WITH NUMBERS!
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