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2023.06.01 14:09 Necr0butcher 250+ levels without exotic drop. Working as intended.

Since it's last two weeks of a season with Golden Bullet GE, thought I could level my char a bit, before devs nerf the XP gains in next season. Leveling is super fast with the current GE.
Went from lvl 9500 something to 9802 in a week, played 6-7 hrs every day. And in all that playtime I had zero exotic drop. Zero, zilch, nil, nada, zip. How is that even possible?
Played every single activity on the map, didn't just chase convoys endlessly, threw in a few missions here and there. World difficulty is set to Heroic with 4 directives, didn't change settings for missions. At one point I decided to clear all level 4 CPs on map which netted me grand total of 2 (two) exotic components. Did around 20+ bounties, didn't even get one Chameleon. Was trying to play map parts and missions with either weapon or armor targeted loot, avoided targeted brand and gear sets. Not grinding for any specific exotic since I have them all. Talk about not respecting time invested.
Most of the exotics in the game are straight up trash, so why is drop rate so low? It's not like we're gonna break the game with Merciless or some trash like that.
Please spare me all those RNG one liners because I know, RNG gonna RNG. But still, exotic drop rate is insanely low. If the devs are expecting us to spend up to 20 exo components for miserable 1% upgrade on expertise, we need way higher drop rate of exotics. Hell, I would settle for exo components since drop rate at lvl 4 CP is, again, insanely low, at levels of statistical error. Why is drop rate of exo components at lvl 4 CPs almost non existent? It's not like we can farm them, we can open them once every 24 hours. So what's the problem? And no, I'm not going to that toxic waste dump called DZ to farm chests for exo components because they're always already open and I don't want to feed the gankers, thank you.
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2023.06.01 14:09 911one87 WNBA Picks 01/06/2023

Bet Record: 9-12 Individual Picks: 10-14

Tuesdays picks 30/05/2023

Indiana Fever Vs. Connecticut Sun @ 7 EST

Indiana Fever +12.5 ✅ FINAL: 81-78 CON
IND/CON OVER 158.5 ✅ TOTAL:159

Chicago Sky Vs. Atlanta Dream @ 7 EST

Chicago Sky ML ❌ FINAL: 83-65 ATL CHI/ATL UNDER 160.5 ✅ TOTAL: 148

Minnesota Lynx Vs. Dallas Wings @ 8 EST

Dallas Wings -6.5 ❌ FINAL: 94-89 DAL MIN/DAL UNDER 167.5 ❌ TOTAL: 183
New York Liberty Vs. Seattle Storm @ 9 EST
New York Liberty -15.5 ❌ FINAL: 86-78 NY NY/SEA OVER 161.5 ✅ TOTAL: 164 Seattle Storm ML (.5u) ❌ FINAL: 86-78 NY

Todays Picks 01/06/2023

One Game today, gonna try some plus money player props that look good to me. best of luck to anyone that tails!

Connecticut Sun @ Minnesota Lynx at 8 EST

Connecticut Sun -7.5 FD odds -110 CON/MIN OVER 162.5 FD odds -106
DeWanna Bonner 20+ Points FD odds +182
Just hoping she has a good game today. Averaging 16.6 to start the season. Might help that she’s a good 3-4 inches taller than more than half of Minnesotas roster, that’s gotta count for something?
Tiffany Hayes Points U13.5 FD odds +114 Averaging this season 12.8 PTS , 16.2 in 2022, ALL TIME 13.4
Kayla McBride REB O4.5 FD odds +114 Averaging this season 4.6 REB
Napheesa Collier AST O2.5 FD odds + 114 Averaging this season 2.6 AST, 2.4 in 2022, ALL TIME 2.6
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2023.06.01 14:08 kittymysteries Kennedy McMann Shares Nancy Drew's 'Big Reveal' In Season 4 Premiere

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2023.06.01 14:06 External-Baker-6463 LF LCS team to play for I am Gold 4 61LP with a 75% WR this season. I have insane movement skills and decision making ability and now I am ready for a shot with the big dogs.

I have been high elo since season 9 and can play any role and any character (I own them all) and now I am ready for the big stage of LCS. All I need is a shot and I will show you what I have to offer, I am a constant innovator, calling what the meta will be before the item/champion changes are even announced. I have a great attitude and am always ready to learn. Really this is more of a formality because anyone could see from my that I belong in the LCS. Ideally I would go to Dignitas, but any teams are welcome to contact me
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2023.06.01 14:06 mearzo First time ever hitting infinite, did it with a spectrum ongoing deck. Right before the end of the season too.

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2023.06.01 14:05 samacora Official Thursday Free Chat Thread

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Key dates on the 2023 NFL / Patriots calendar.


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New England Patriots News Link Catchup - Opportunity knocks for Mack Wilson, Sr.; Behind OTA penalty

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2023.06.01 14:03 john_thegiant-slayer I wanna pick y'all's brains

There are a few things that have been rattling around in my brain:
1) Why have they not named the town? Victor has been there his whole life and there are some people that have been there for years and we're supposed to believe no one has named the place or identified its name?
2) Why have they not figured out where the town is? Given the plant life, relics original to the town, angle of the sun, etc. it shouldn't be too difficult to figure out.
3) Has the population stayed steady? Or, like, is it self-righting? In Season 1, after the two cars showed up (6 people), 6 people died. And, after the colony house incident (14 people, right?), the bus showed up.
4) Where are they getting their water? I don't recall it being addressed and the only natural water feature we've seen is the Brundles, which is definitely not safe to drink.
5) Why are most of the people NPCs?
6) Why has no real effort been made to map their territory and find the borders of their pocket universe?
7) Why is there specifically no Bible in the town? It's the most popular book ever written, the average American home has 4 Bibles in it, and we're supposed to believe that no one has had one on them when they got trapped?
8) Victor was alone for decades, apparently. Why? And why does he still speak English? Children lose languages in only a few years, if unused.
This can't be as simple as a military experiment, or a true pocket universe. This isn't least not natural reality. It is either supernatural in nature (this is purgatory), or it's all in someone's head, or both.
Personally, I'm leaning towards the idea that Victor is in a coma after his family ran into the tree. It is the simplest explanation to all of the above.
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2023.06.01 14:02 Severe_Ostrich_5976 Which should I read first?

Which should I read first?
I’ve already read 3 or 4 of Kings books but have a collection here which I am yet to read. The black one is Pet Sematary. Which should I start with?
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2023.06.01 14:00 DodgerBot Daily Chat 6/1 ⚾ Off Day

Good morning, Dodgers!

Upcoming Games

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On this day in 2018...

Dodgers @ Rockies, LAD 5 COL 6, top 6, 0 out, Chris Taylor facing Brooks Pounders... Chris Taylor homers (8) on a fly ball to right center field. Yasiel Puig scores. Breyvic Valera scores. VIDEO
Win Probability Added: 30.9

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Have a great day, Dodgers.
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2023.06.01 13:59 willbebetterifwetalk Got another one. Hayden just loved comparing Robby to Anakin.

Got another one. Hayden just loved comparing Robby to Anakin.
In my last post, I talked about how Hayden made a tweet and said in an interview that Robby's character arcs in S3 and S4 were similar to Anakin's.
Here I got another piece of information published on January 3, 2021, in which the writer again compared the two.
Link to the source:
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2023.06.01 13:59 Marundel_St Welcome to the Exciting World of Localization and Translation!

Hey everyone! I'm thrilled to be here and share my knowledge and experiences in the fascinating field of localization and translation. As a language lead in a translation company for over 10 years, I've witnessed the power of language and how it connects people from different cultures across the globe.
But first, let me introduce myself. My name is Marina, and besides my role as an editor, I've recently taken on the exciting challenge of marketing promotion for our company's website. With this dual perspective, I have gained valuable insights into the intricacies of both the technical and creative aspects of this industry.
Now, let's dive into some interesting information about localization, translation techniques, and what it takes to be an editor in a translation company. But before we do, I'd love to hear from all of you! Whether you're a seasoned translator, a curious language enthusiast, or simply intrigued by the world of localization, I invite you to ask me any questions you may have. Feel free to share your experiences, challenges, or even your favorite translation-related anecdotes. This subreddit is all about fostering a vibrant and engaging community.
To kick things off, here are a few questions to get us started:
  1. What sparked your interest in localization and translation?
  2. Are there any particular translation techniques or tools that have greatly impacted your work?
  3. As an editor, what specific skills and qualities do you believe are essential for success in this role?
  4. Have you ever encountered any unique or challenging localization projects? How did you overcome them?
  5. Are there any misconceptions about the translation industry that you would like to address?
I'm eager to hear your thoughts and share my own experiences. Let's create a space where we can learn from each other and celebrate the power of language and cultural exchange. Get ready for an incredible journey into the world of localization and translation!
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2023.06.01 13:56 Ok_Tough_8922 The Best Men's Polo T-Shirts: Elevate Your Style with Classic Comfort

Polo shirts have long been a symbol of timeless style and casual elegance for men. Whether you're heading to a social gathering, a casual office setting, or simply enjoying a weekend outing, a well-fitted and stylish polo shirt can enhance your overall look. In this article, we will explore the world of men's polo t-shirts and guide you through the key features to consider when searching for the best options available.
1. The Allure of Men's Polo T-Shirts
Men's polo t-shirts have gained popularity for their versatility and ability to bridge the gap between casual and semi-formal attire. They offer a classic collar, a buttoned placket, and short sleeves, creating a unique fusion of refined style and relaxed comfort. Polo shirts are a great alternative to traditional t-shirts, providing a more polished and put-together appearance.
2. Key Features to Consider
When searching for the best men's polo t-shirts, it's important to keep in mind several essential features. These features will ensure you find a polo shirt that not only suits your personal style but also offers the highest level of comfort and durability.
2.1 Fabric Quality
Fabric quality is crucial when it comes to polo shirts. Look for options made from high-quality materials that are breathable, soft to the touch, and have good moisture-wicking properties. Cotton and cotton-blend fabrics are popular choices due to their comfort and durability. Consider the weight of the fabric as well, opting for lighter materials for warmer climates and heavier materials for cooler seasons.
2.2 Fit and Silhouette
The fit of a polo shirt can significantly impact your overall appearance. Look for a shirt that offers a tailored and flattering fit without being too tight or too loose. A well-fitted polo shirt should contour to your body shape, emphasizing your physique while allowing ease of movement. Pay attention to the length of the shirt as well, ensuring it falls just below the waistband of your pants.
2.3 Collar Design
The collar is a defining feature of a polo shirt and contributes to its overall style. Opt for a shirt with a well-structured collar that retains its shape even after multiple washes. It should lie flat against your neck without curling or folding. Consider collar styles such as the traditional flat collar or the more modern tipped collar for a touch of contemporary flair.
2.4 Sleeve Length
Polo shirts typically come with short sleeves, but the length can vary slightly. Choose a sleeve length that suits your personal preference and the occasion. Standard short sleeves should end just above the bicep, providing a balanced and proportional look. Avoid sleeves that are too tight or overly loose, as they can affect the overall aesthetics and comfort of the shirt.
2.5 Color Options
Men's polo t-shirts are available in a wide range of colors, allowing you to express your personal style and adapt to different occasions. Classic colors such as navy, black, white, and gray are versatile choices that can be easily paired with various outfits. Consider bold and vibrant colors for a more contemporary and eye-catching look. It's always beneficial to have a few staple colors in your wardrobe for timeless appeal.
3. Finding the Best Men's Polo T-Shirts
Finding the best men's polo t-shirts requires careful consideration and exploration. Here are some tips to help you in your search:
3.1 Explore Different Brands
Numerous brands offer high-quality polo t-shirts, each with its own unique style and features. Explore various brands, both established and emerging, to find options that align with your preferences. Consider factors such as reputation, customer reviews, and price range when narrowing
down your choices.
3.2 Read Customer Reviews
Customer reviews are valuable resources that provide insights into the quality, fit, and overall satisfaction of polo shirts. Pay attention to feedback regarding fabric quality, sizing accuracy, and durability. Real-life experiences shared by other customers can give you a better understanding of what to expect from different brands and models.
3.3 Try Different Styles
Experimenting with different styles and designs is an exciting part of finding the best men's polo t-shirts. While classic designs are timeless, don't be afraid to explore contemporary variations that incorporate unique details and patterns. Trying different styles allows you to discover new looks that complement your personal style and enhance your wardrobe.
Men's polo t-shirts are versatile and stylish garments that can elevate your everyday attire. By considering key features such as fabric quality, fit, collar design, sleeve length, and color options, you can find the perfect polo shirt that aligns with your style preferences and offers unmatched comfort.
Remember to explore different brands, read customer reviews, and try on various styles to find the best fit for you. Investing in high-quality polo shirts will not only enhance your wardrobe but also provide lasting satisfaction and timeless style.
1. How should a men's polo shirt fit?
A men's polo shirt should offer a tailored fit that contours to your body without feeling too tight or too loose. It should accentuate your physique while allowing freedom of movement.
2. Can polo shirts be worn for formal occasions?
While polo shirts are more commonly associated with casual and semi-formal settings, they can be worn for certain formal occasions, depending on the dress code. Opt for polo shirts in solid colors and pair them with tailored pants for a dressier look.
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2023.06.01 13:50 badgal_ally Ongoing fever for 9 days?

Age: 27
Sex: F
Height: 5’5
Weight: 165
Race: Native
Duration of complaint: 9 days
Any existing relevant medical issues: asthma, seasonal allergies
Current medications: albuterol
I am currently on day 9ish of a fever. On the night of 5/23 I began to feel warm and took my temperature and it was 100.0. I woke up 5/24 at 5am extremely sick. 101.3+ fever, sore throat, headache, body aches, runny nose (with clear mucus)- the works. I went to urgent care and tested negative for strep, flu, and covid. Urgent care doc told me it was a viral infection and it should clear up on its own.
The highest the fever got was on day 2 at 102.8. On day 3 it was about 101 or lower 100. I thought this was running its course as other viral infections l've had. However, now I'm on day 9 and I still am having low grade fevers.
In the morning, my temperature will be 98.4-98.8 (which is higher than my usual baseline of 97s). By the evening it will be 99.9. I know these are low grade fevers but it's scaring me that it's gone this long and is continuing it's pattern with no break. I'll feel the change coming on and by evening my face feels hot and I'II feel tired and feel the fever. My sore throat has cleared and I have a little mucus but it’s clear.
Is this normal? I've never had a viral infection last this long or fevers lasting this long. Tylenol/ ibuprofen don't seem to bring down my temps below 98.5. I am actively looking for a new PCP at the moment but I would like some advice or I guess encouragement. I would extremely appreciate it. Thank you.
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2023.06.01 13:48 DangerousTie914 Genuine Question: How did Destiny go from "needing Eververse" to keep the game going one expansion at a time to needing an Expansion, a Dungeon pass, 4 season passes, Eververse cosmetics and Cosmetic Event passes?

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2023.06.01 13:47 More-Head6459 Defending the Draft 2023: WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

Defending the Draft: 2023 Washington Commanders 8-8-1
This 2023 season will be the most interesting for the Commanders franchise in a long long time. We enter this season with more uncertainty than I have ever been a part of, however, the one thing the fan base is certain of... is the future is brighter. Dan Snyder purchased the franchise in 1999 and subsequently done nothing but run a blue blood franchise into the ground. This team has lacked direction for a long time and a large part of that was due to Dan Snyder's meddling in the day-to-day football operations of the team. Starting his ownership with signing washed up HOF veterans, to then overspending in free agency (Albert Haynesworth is arguably the worst free agent signing of all time), drug scandal with thetraining staff, the mishandling of the RG3 and Kirk Cousins situation, Not resigning Trent Williams, and lastly we've now reached tumultuous time where his off the field issues have hung a dark cloud over a once proud franchise. Although, lol, his most egregious mistake may be hiring Jim Zorn as head coach. It's egregious that his only punishment is a 6 billion dollar payout for his franchise. I hope the banks bury him and he faces the deserved legal actions. As of now there had been an agreement to sell the franchise to 76'rs and NJ Devils owner, Josh Harris.... and is 20ish members of his parliament. We await to hear news of the reviews from the NFL financial committee to close out the process. Last news I came across was he has cut down the number of minority owners to 20. It will be a pleasure when this agreement is finalized. He could be a terrible owner, but it would still be an upgrade from Synder. Harris, seemingly has been a hands off owner and properly allows the people he's hired to operate the team. This last sports season he's had both of his teams deep in the playoff hunt. This season will be interesting. A lot of questions all around: Sam Howell? Chase Young? Ron Rivera? Eric Bienemy? Josh Harris? I'm not sure of those answers, but I'm very excited to find them out.
HC- Ron Rivera OC- Eric Bieniemy DC- Jack Del Rio
Key Additions: Eric Bieniemy
Ole' Riverboat Ron Rivera is back and going into his 4th season with the Washington Commanders, hopefully his last. I believe Ron Rivera is a leader of men, but I highly question his actual coaching skills and team building. I've currently seen enough of this coaching regime and front office to safely say let's move on. There's been several things that I believed were firable offenses.... the Carson Wentz trade. Some rumors have said that this was a Snyder push. Not entirely positive, but Ron bragged that it was his call. Our team at that point was not a qb away from being really good, let alone a Carson Wentz level of qb. The next fireable offense was starting Wentz over Hienke when the playoffs were on the line. Wentz ended up being benched for Hienke, but it was too little too late. The next fireable offense was not realizing we were eliminated from the playoffs. Going into the last week of the season Ron planned on starting Hieneke. Pretty odd to not know you're out of the playoffs, let alone to test Sam Howell out for next season. Additionally, there's been some pretty questionable roster creation decisions. I absolutely hate the versatile secondary and offensive line philosophy. We currently have a patch work offensive line that has the means to fluctuate between average to below average. Not a single player on the line is top 5 at their respected position. Two years ago we had a top 10 o-line, but that had Brandon Sherff playing like a top 5 guard and Charles Leno having his best season. Our o-line took a significant step back this past season and now looks to be our biggest weakness. Ron has shown to trust his own board and has reached (according to the consensus big board) with every single pick so far. People mistake 2019 as one of his drafts ( Sweat, McLaurin, Holcomb), but he was hired at the end of the season. Take this with a grain of salt as it takes at least 3 years to properly review a draft. Rons 1st round picks have been the following: 2020 pick 2 Chase Young- the correct pick at the time, but hard to botch the 2nd overall pick, 2021 pick 19 Jamin Davis- hated the pick at the time, too early for a linebacker... let a lone a project. On tape he looked lost a lot and made up for it with his elite athleticism. He's shown progress, but nothing showing he's worthy of the pick. 2022 pick 16 Jahan Dotson- looks to be an absolute baller, had him ranked above Olave in the pre-draft process. Was a slight reach above the consensus board, but flashed high end ability. Davis has been the only mistake in the 1st round thus far. When I say mistake I don't necessarily mean player, but the roster building philosophy. Whether reaching on Phidarian Mathis in the 2nd round of 2022. Lol, he was older than Payne coming out of the draft, one year of good production, and was taken a round too early. In the next round Brian Robinson was taken and was really just a body. Haven't really seen anything elite with him so far and was a meh pick. John Bates in the 4th round was egregious. Now I have to give credit where it's due. Kam Curl was an absolute steal and can solidify himself as top 5 safety this season if he continues to play this well. Our other starting safety in Darrick Forest also had a lot of bright spots playing this past season.
Arguably, our best offseason move was signing Eric Bieniemy. I'm absolutely excited. Forget everything about him not calling the plays. Reports from OTA's shows his hands on approach and full control of the offense. One of my favorites things I've heard is he is using OTA's to see what the players can do and crafting the offense to their abilities. Time and time again (Scott Turner) you see coaches say this is the offense and not change anything to match the players strengths. We don't know for sure how the offense will look, but if it's anything close to the motion west coast offense the Chiefs have... boy lessssss gooooooo. Jack Del Rio has been up-and-down in his time in Washington. He's had two very slow starts with the defense to start year, however, they've finished strong and kept his job safe. This is really the no excuse year and everyone needs to show up amd show out.
Free Agency:
Key Departures:
Taylor Hieneke- signed with the Falcons
Cole Holcolm- signed with the Steelers
Bobby McCain- signed with the Giants
Carson Wentz- TBD
J.D. McKissic- TBD
Trai Turner TBD
Andrew Norwell- will be released when he passes a physical
In my personal oppinion, the only player that hurt losing in free agency was Cole Holcolm. Linebacker is our one weak spot on defense, however, not resigning Holcolm shows Ron's belief in Jaymin Davis's progression. Cole was limited to 7 games last season and has yet to truly break out. Always played very solid and losing him downgraded the position. We've moved on from both starting guards from last year in Norwell and Turner (previously on the Panthers). Both players were liabilities last season and the guard position was easily upgradeable. Bonny McCain was a solid do it all for is player. Lined up at corner, safety, and nickel throughout the season. Hieneke was a big fan favorite, but was never the answer. We thank you for your service though. Carson Wentz, fuck you. Loved J.D. and his time here, suffered a major injury. Not sure if he gets picked up hy another team.
Key Additions:
Andrew Wiley- 3 years for 24 million, 12 guaranteed. Previously on the Chiefs
Nick Gates- 3 years for 16.5 million, 8 million guaranteed. Previously on the Giants
Jacoby Brissett- 1 year for 8 million, 7.5 million guaranteed. Previously on the Browns
Cody Barton- 1 year for 3.5 million, 3.5 million guaranteed. Previously on the Seahawks
Simple. In free agency the Commanders did not overspend and tackled positions of need. None of the players signed are top 5 at their position, however, they could all possibly end up being upgrades to what we have. The most interesting is Andrew Wiley. He allowed 9 sacks (tied for 3rd most)... but man he put on the performance of his life in the superbowl. Another stat that favors him is pass block win-rate, which measure if a lineman can sustain a block for 2.5 seconds. Wylie ranked 9th in that stat last season. I translate that stat to mean can a lineman sustain a block against thr initial rush and counter move off the snap. After that 2.5 seconds the ball is thrown or the play breaks down. Another key factor to this signing is it kicks Samuel Cosmi inside to guard. Cosmi has shown flashes being a high end lineman and I expect him to be even better kicking to guard from right tackle. Guard was our weakest position on the line and Wylie signing helped to upgrade the RG position. Nick Gates is expected to he our starting center. He's coming off of a brutal leg injury that made him consider retirement. Has played guard and center and has some positional flexibility. Jacoby Brissett is the best backup qb in thr league. A solid signing if Howell doesn't pan out. Just a solid game manager that doesn't commit many turnovers. Cody Barton is another unproven guy. Last year was his first year with significant reps. Bobby Wagner leaving in FA and Jordyn Brooks injury made em the guy. He showed flashes of coverage abilities and had a lot of tackles. The tackles weren't necessarily a product of his abilities and more so of cleaning up on a bad run defense team. I've read some notes that he has trouble getting off of blocks. Honestly, haven't watched much on the guy, but reports were he played solid down the stretch.
The Draft:
Link to all RAS scores for our draft class
Round 1:16 Emmanuel Forbes 6'1" 174 lbs. Mississippi St
Stats: 58 targets, 31 catches allowed for 284 yards (23 yards a game), 3 tds allowed/ 6 ints, 9 forced incompletions, 2 dropped ints, 46 tackles.
PFF Grade: 87.2
If being a 160 pounds is your only knock then I think you're doing something alright. The word on the street is he is already up to 174 pounds. You wouldnt realize hes only 174 pounds by the way he plays the run. Hes not scared to hit and flies ro the ball. Although, he does struggle to get off of blocks. Emmanuel Forbes, per PFF, had the highest rating in man coverage last season, albeit the snap count was very miniscule. Emmanuel Forbes is a lanky corner than played a lot of zone coverage and is a very good scheme fit for what we do. I like the pick and I'm not upset about taking him over Gonzalez, who also had his own question marks. Forbes set a NCAA record with 6 pick sixes. A lot of those were the right place at the right time, but when you have that high of a number than you're doing something right.
Forbes is one of the best ballhawks in this class. Over the course of his three-year career, he came down with 13 interceptions. That’s four more than the next closest Power Five cornerback since 2020. Forbes was unbelievably dominant in man coverage in 2022, giving up only three catches while also snagging three interceptions. He also only allowed a 20% completion rate in man, the lowest among FBS
Remarkably lanky frame. Limbs for days — ideal for a corner.Has bounce like a hooper. He can challenge any catch point necessary. Elite ability to locate the football. All six of his interceptions came in man coverage.
Still a stick. Not much mass on his frame. Has eyes that get him in trouble. Some freelance tendencies on tape.Can get bowled over in the run game. Mediocre tackler over the course of his career.
Round 2: 47 Jartavius "Quan" Martin 5'11". 194 lbs Illinois
Stats: 74 targets, 42 catches allowed, 611 yards allowed, 3 tds allowed, 3 ints, 15 forced incompletions, 2 dropped ints, 4 missed tackles, 64 tackles.
PFF Grade: 73.2
Quan is a beast. I thought he was the 2nd best nickel prospect in the draft and a better deep safety than Brian Branch. Martin absolute rockets around the field in the run game. He started his career at cornerback before transitioning into the safety/nickel position. Another elite athlete that is a perfect fit for our Buffalo Nickel defense.
Martin came to Illinois and immediately started as a true freshman in 2018. He originally started off as an outside corner before becoming more of a slot corner recently. He had arguably his best year in 2022, as his 15 forced incompletions were tied for the sixth-most among Power-Five corners. Martin’s 91.0 run-defense grade also led all Power Five cornerbacks. While he played corner at Illinois, we project him more as a safety for the next level.
Explosive flat-foot breaks. Tremendous burst. Forceful and reliable tackler - 7 misses on the last 129 attempts last two seasons.Fills like a mac truck in the run game. Wants to come downhill and play in the backfield.
Pure man skills are work in progress. Overagressive and liability to bite on fakes. cons On the lighter side for an around the line of scrimmage player. Gets caught with his eyes in the backfield on run
Round 3: 97 Ricky Stromberg 6'3" 306 lbs Arkansas
Stats: 9 impact blocks, 11 qb hurries, 0 qb hits, 0 sacks allowed
PFF Grade: 82.4
Nasty. Another guard experience player that spent his last two years at the center position. Award winner of the Jacob's Blocking Trophy for the SEC'S most outstanding blocker award. This is a solid player that has started since he was freshman in the SEC. He's been battle tested since he was kid and has improved every year. He has some knocks about his play strength, but a NFL program should get em to where he needs to be.
Stromberg was a three-star recruit in the 2019 class and started for the Razorbacks as a true freshman, mostly at right guard. He moved inside to center for his sophomore season and spent his final three college seasons there. Stromberg’s 82.4 overall grade and 83.7 run-blocking grade in 2022 both ranked fourth among all centers in college football, and his nine big-time blocks were tied for fifth among FBS centers. Not to mention, Stromberg had an incredible performance at the NFL combine.
Does not want to let blocks go. Can see him straining his butt of to stay engaged on tape. Tons of experience against top competition. Four-year starter with 3,121 career snaps.
Forward lean gets going on the move, making him liable to topple over. Has wide hands to initiate contact in pass protection before resetting. Leaves himself open for stronger rushers.Unimpressive musculature, which leaves questions about how he'll anchor against NFL strength.
Round 4: Braeden Daniels 6'4" 296 lbs Utah STATS:
0 sacks allowed, 1 qb hit allowed, 14 hurries allowed.
PFF GRADE: 72.2 at tackle, 2021 84.4 at guard.
Braeden Daniels is another tackle/guard hybrid, with starting experience across his college career. This guy is on the lighter side but that allows him to be an Explosive athlete. Very raw at the tackle position and will be a developmental guy. I'd like to give em a try as our swing tackle and see how he performs. He was one of the quickest offensive lineman I've seen off the tape and that athleticism will let him climb to the next level. Even on the lightweight side I'd hate to see this guy running at me on the second level.
Daniels is an experienced veteran who commanded the Utes’ offensive line for the past few years. He originally started as a guard before switching over to tackle. His best season came in 2021, as he put up an 84.4 PFF grade. Given his time on the interior, Daniels is at his best when run blocking, and his run-blocking grade in 2021 was an elite 89.1. He still held his own as a pass protector, allowing only five sacks in his Utah career.
Explodes out of his stance. Arguably the quickest get off in the offensive line class. Linebackers don't want to see him climbing. Gets on them before they can even react. Drive in his lower half to still move the line of scrimmage despite being under 300 pounds.
Wild into contact. He approaches blocks with the adjustment ability of a freight train. consDoesn't bring his hands with him. Clean engagements are rare on tape. Very light by NFL standards (294 pounds at combine).
Round 5: 137 KJ Henry 6'4" 260 lbs Clemson
51 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 1 FF, 6 pass deflections, 50 qb pressures, 31 qb hurries, 14 qb hits.
Loved this pick. Henry was a 5 star recruit coming out of high-school and decided to attend Clemson University. With Clemson having deep lines it took him a couple of years to get on the field. The stats look odd when you only see 3.5 sacks, however, the 50 qb pressures is the key stat. Seems more like bad luck that the sack numbers weren't high. Clemson's whole d-line underperformed (Bresee, Murphey) and they should have picked up more sacks from Henry who was the best DE on that team last year. The team clearly liked him as we traded back up for him. He's not elite athlete, but he is an elite hands guy. Almost had that veteran presence in college. High motor and will immediately make an impact as a rotational de, a position that sorely needed an upgrade.
On a team with Myles Murphy, you can easily make the case that KJ Henry was Clemson's best defensive end this year, as he posted better PFF grades than Murphy in every category and even generated 19 more pressures. The only problem is That Henry is 24 years old while Murphy is only 21. Therefore, Henry was expected to produce this well against younger competition. Nonetheless, this doesn’t mean that he can’t still improve. If Henry's play this season is any indication of his potential, he can still have a great NFL career as an edge defender.
Heavy hands that are so well refined. Uses them independently to use combination moves.Utilizes hesitations and head fakes so well to catch linemen off-balance. Coaches rave about the type of teammate he is. He is the type of player you want in the locker room.
First step that's unimposing for a rusher on the smaller side. Late bloomer. Wasn't even a starter until this past fall. One of the oldest prospects in the class. Already 24 years old.
Round 6: 193 Chris Rodriguez 6'0" 217 lbs Kentucky
STATS: 8 games played, 175 attempts, 904 rushing yards, 6 tds, 5.2 ypa, 5 catches, 41 rec yards.
Chris Rodriguez is a PFF darling and was rated as the 7th best running back. This guy's is a pure one cut, run you over, power back. There's not much finesse to his game, but there's highlights of dragging guys 10-yards down the field. He does not posses break away speed, but he will get you 40 yards. He was suspended 4 games due to a dui and he may have been drafted higher on am abysmal Kentucky team. An extra 4 games of stats against SEC competition and no suspension may have jumped him into the 4th round. This was an Eric Bienemy guy and they brought him in because of that. Isiah Pacheco was another EB guy.
Rodriguez is a powerful runner, but he lacks the burst and creativity to become anything more than a downhill grinder. He has the size and mentality to do the dirty work between the tackles, but it could be a challenge for him to get to and through the hole quickly in the NFL. He’s a physical blitz protector, so teams might envision a role for him as a second-half battering ram and third-down quarterback protector.
Two-time team captain. Thick frame with ability to pick up tough yards. Makes tacklers feel his size at impact. Stays square getting through downhill cuts. Low success rate guaranteed for arm-tacklers. Stays on his feet through heavy angle strikes. Allows lead blockers to do their work. Steps up with force against incoming rushers.
Below-average burst getting through line of scrimmage. Lacks finesse to navigate tight run lanes. Change of direction is heavy. One-speed running style is easy to track for linebackers. Pad level is a little tall as run-finisher. Inconsistent finding assignment versus blitz.
Round 7: 233 Andre Jones 6'4" 248 lbs Louisiana
STATS: 7 sacks, 5 qb hits, 20 hurries.
Andre Jones was another hybrid de/lb player coming out last year. He possess 34 1/4" arms which is an elite number for his size. May move to LB, but I'm not sure that's the right move with a 4.71 40-yard dash. He doesn't have much a pass rush move set playing a hybrid role, but does use length to his advantage. A solid developmental pick.
Shows a natural feel for setting up blockers and getting them off-balance. His hands are active and violent, and Jones quickly disengages with blockers and counters when his initial move stalls. Possesses accurate snap anticipation and timing to beat blockers off the edge. Offers some versatility, rushing from a two-and three-point stance with the playing speed to stand up in space.Flashes strength as a bull rusher and his energy doesn't plateau. Showed initial quickness and good flexibility to dip and bend. Jones has active hands and suddenness to his movements, demonstrating the ability to counter inside. Has fluid footwork to redirect, reverse momentum and close with a burst. Regularly first off the ball with good snap anticipation. He’s a high-effort pass rusher with an impressive combination of length and speed.
Jones has to develop a counter move or two in the pass rush, and Jones needs to make better use of his hands. He lacks the speed of a chase and- tackle guy. He lacks twitch as a pass rusher and lacks the feet and flexibility to threaten around the edge. Jones also shows some stiffness when trying to bend the edge, often getting pushed past the pocket — he seems more comfortable countering back inside.
Draft Summary:
This was my favorite Ron Rivera/Martin Mayhew draft thus far. Going into the draft, offensive line, cornerback, and quarterback were our three biggest needs. Drafting in the middle of the round really took us out of the olineman race. The last one that interested me was Broderick Jones and he went off the board when the Steelers traded up. At that point in the draft it really left us with going cornerback. The Forbes pick was received negatively due to Christian Gonzalez being available. Both players will be viewed under the microscope throughout their careers. I'm fine with Forbes pick though. Another lanky cornerback who was an elite athlete. I did have Gonzalez rated higher going into the draft, but he slid for a reason. A lot of his tape shows him not necessarily being an elite cornerback, but being an elite athlete that plays corner. Forbes actually showed the athleticism, corner skills, and ballhawking ability. Some additional knocks against Gonazalez and his love of the game. Quan Martin was our biggest surprise pick of the draft. A lot of people had him going in the 3rd round, but I think the 2nd was a fine spot. Mayhew after the draft said he wish we were more aggressive at times, which I translated as not getting Brian Branch that went several picks before us. I think Quan was the backup option, but I like him as much as Branch. I think Quan will be a better deep safety and Bramch will be a better nickel. Liked Quan alot, but felt we should have gone o-line at this pick. Ocyrus Torrence would've been a sweet pick here. I think if that happened, the consensus view on our draft would shoot up. Quan will immediately via for playing time as our base defense is essentially a 4-2-5. Kendall Fuller was our only above average corner and now we turned our secondary into a strength. Ricky Stromberg and Braeden Daniels were our next two picks. I like Stromberg’s tape a lot and think by next he will be a solid starter at guard or center. Braeden Daniels will be a nice depth piece and if he's able to tame his play he could develop into a starter. Fun player to watch. KJ Henry was an awesome pick and can see him being a nice rotational piece. Good pick at an underrated area of need on our defense. RB wasn't a pressing need, but it's an underrated area of weakness. I think Brian Robinson is about as average of rb as you will see starting in the NFL. I wouldn't be surprised if Rodriguez slowly cut into Robinson's role over the next two years. Antonio Gibson has had some solid season, but has a severe fumbling problem. Andre Jones will be a depth piece that will need development moving forward.
Offseason summary:
The biggest question of our offseason was our owner, which now appears resolved. Our second biggest question... was who was our starting qb? Sam Howell. Ron preached all offseason that he was going with Howell and I'll be damned, he did. Brissett was good qb to bring in, not someone that would necessarily turn the offseason into a battle, but can be a starter if called upon. Really a true backup qb. I'm all in on the Sam Howell train. I love it for a multitude of reasons. One, he balls out and we have our qb of the future, two he plays well enough we give him another season and maybe Ron is out and we get a high draft pick, three he bombs and we fire Ron Rivera and go for Caleb Williams next season. If anything, it gives us a direction for our future. I'm ready for Ron to go and think he's only as good as his coordinators. I'm concerned that EB AND Howell turn the offense around Ron gets resigned and EB takes a head coaching role... then the offense regressed. Additionally, I don't want Ron to get credit for drafting Howell. It was 5th round pick, you and every team passed on him for 4 rounds. If Howell is that good... it's not because Ron was a genius and drafted him. Very similar to Seattle taking Russel. I am excited about EB being here and think he's the real deal. I will give Ron credit for allowing him to run his own offense as he sees fit. OTA's have shown that EB is pushing his guys hard and is trying to see what he can do with the offense. We really do have elite playmaker and I'm most excited to see what he can do with Antonio Gibson. I can see his role being that of Jerrick McKinnon, with more athleticism. Sam Howell has shown a lot of progress since his rookie season. Had issues with his foot work, but has shown vast improvements. We only have 1 preseason game and 1 NFL game of tape on him. I liked what he showed. When watching tape you could see him going through his progression, man absolutely saved the day wish his escapability- was under pressure the whole game, threw two beautiful deep passes, and won the game. He did throw one bad pick, but was under pressure and playing hero ball. He had one week of practice with the starters, now he has a whole offseason. Our defense should be a top 5 unit next season and we only got better. Chase Young should be fully healthy and he's the X-factor for the number one overall defense. He comes out plays to his full potential then he could be a mid teens sack guy. If we have that sort of production and Sam Howell plays well than we can compete for the decision. Big if though. Our secondary really lacked a 2nd option, Benjamin St Juyce has shown some flashes but didn't seeze the role last year. Now on paper he's the number and that's very solid. We return two top 6 defensive tackles and Montez Swear is one of the most underrated players in the league. He's yet to have a high sack season, but is very much that Jadaveon Ckowney type of player in the run game. Big question mark season for Jaymin Davis. We knew he needed development, but it's been slower than previously thought. Down the stretch he showed flashes that he was coming into his own and now is his year. He's one of the best athletes at linebacker in the league and his ceiling is very very high. Overall I predict we will go 10-7 and challenge for a wild card spot. That record can fluctuate each one, but I'm calling the improvement now. We went 8-8-1 with bottom 3 qb play. The defense got better, we hired a better offensive coordinator, Howell will at the minimum be slightly better than Hienke last season, we didn't lose any major pieces and had a solid all around draft. I'm truly excited to watch how our future plays out.
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2023.06.01 13:47 Shoeaddictx I know the ending without even watching it

Thanks to the Succession Instagram account.
Dude...I was just scrolling on my feed and saw the post with Tom WTF.
I wanted to watch the whole season 4 this weekend but now I feel like I won't even watch it, since I know the ending...
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Lts these avatars from gen 1,2,3
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2023.06.01 13:41 336inc 84 season pass hat

New hat on 84 lvl of season pass 4, be like
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2023.06.01 13:40 Jenkitten165 Fortnite x Half Life, concept by me (Epic and Valve pls. 🙏)

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2023.06.01 13:40 Financial-Current289 Purpose of chartering organizations in the new BSA

I have often wondered the purpose of being involved with chartering organizations at the unit level of the BSA. I do understand that the Chartering Organization is meant to "own" the units, and that the reason for being involved with charters is so that local organizations can be out there interacting with the community.
In my time in scouting, however, I have not been impressed with the chartering relationships. I see many shortcomings:
  1. Charters can become too involved: The BSA is a national organization with comprehensive standards, rules, a culture and code of conduct that spans 50 states and hundreds of thousands of members. There is no reason that the national program should be tempered, altered or disturbed by the desires of a local charity organization that has its own priorities. The COR is an important figure to a unit with unwieldy power to approve or disapprove of unit leadership. The COR is not necessarily a respected figure in scouting and may simply be a person that a charter sticks in the position.
  2. Charters, in their own self-interest, are divesting themselves from Scouting at an alarming rate: We have all heard stories of this or that organization (the Moose, the Elks, the Schools, etc) deciding that they are in one year, and out the next. The unpredictable nature of finding and working with a charter is not something that people had to face at the peak of scouting in the 60's and 70's. Additionally, the culture of community clubs in general has sharply declined in America. Therefore, the pool of available charters has decreased, with a constant fear of charters deciding to "pull the rug out" from a unit.
In short, I feel that the great benefits of involving local charities in the program reached a peak a long time ago, and these benefits no longer exist.
I believe that with the bankruptcy behind us, a new path forward should be charted in which the BSA adopts a model of direct chartering from units to the area Councils. I believe that this can be a modernizing approach, with the following benefits:
  1. The council, as the charter, can provide a consistent and high-quality program to each unit with no interference from non-scouters: council personnel can be delegated to replace the COR as a "key-three" person. Council personnel are respected, seasoned, and can establish a direct line of management from the council leadership to the unit.
  2. The council, as the charter, can provide stability that is currently lacking from the current charter arrangement.
  3. The council, as the charter, can assess and spread resources (in both people and money, where appropriate) from unit to unit. This will be possible because the council has a birds-eye view of their organization.
  4. The council, as the charter, will be able to organize units for girls without impediment from charters that, while eager to sponsor boy scout units, refuse to modernize with our program and charter units for girls.
In short, I believe that the organization should pivot in this direction as part of it's new 20-year lookahead plan.
I'm interested in your thoughts, both pro's and con's for keeping or leaving the charter model.
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2023.06.01 13:38 DejectedJester1 Keep in mind...

While you watch the season 4 trailer, keep in mind that you waited 7 months for this. Is it bad content? Not by any means. Is it an unreasonably low amount of content for over half a year of development time? Yes.
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