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walkingwithdragons:

Christians call The Bible “the greatest story ever told” almost as if they’ve never heard John Mulaney’s Salt and Pepper Diner

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blackguyandrew:

Look at this shit

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Zoom theonion:

ExxonMobil, Chevron Locked In Bidding War To Acquire Lucrative Pennsylvania Senator
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Zoom kickoffcoverage:

TWEET OF THE DAY:
Drew Brees tweets that he’s been randomly selected for drug tests after saying he could play until he was 45 years old.

kickoffcoverage:

TWEET OF THE DAY:

Drew Brees tweets that he’s been randomly selected for drug tests after saying he could play until he was 45 years old.

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officialunitedstates:

introverts:  sit quietly in corner reading good book and drinking tea

extroverts:  throw water balloons at old man, sing too loudly, eat all the jello

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Zoom Jolly-Rogers 2015 NFL Draft Prospect Ratings

Prospect #2: Cody Fajardo - QB Nevada Wolfpack

Measurables - 6’2”, 215 lbs. 40 time - 4.55 (Estimated)

2013 Stats - 243-358, 2,668 yds (67.9% COMP) 13 TD, 3 INT, 141 Rush ATT, 621 Rush yds, 8 Rush TD

Run Downs: A- Played in a read-option pistol offense, and often looks to make big plays with his feet. Has a powerful frame that he uses to his advantage, breaking tackles and making defenders miss. His speed isn’t elite, but he can still break long runs.

Vs. Pass: B- Stares down receivers on short routes at times. Fajardo has a strong upper-body and gives his passes above-average velocity, but his footwork leaves much to be desired. Has great mobility, but looks to run first instead of trying to make something happen in the passing game. Throws on the run with nice accuracy. Throws mostly high percentage short routes, and has only average accuracy on deep routes.

Football IQ/Experience: B Missed two games in 2013 due to a sprained knee, but has been the starter for the Wolfpack since halfway through his freshman year. Makes most of his decisions in the passing game based on pre-snap reads. Unfortunately, that seems to lead to him staring down receivers. Is also experienced in reading the defense in the option game.

Final assessment - Will not be a successful pocket passer without being coached up to train his eyes and feet. May need an offense based around his skill set to be successful in the NFL.

Projected Round: 3
Video of the Prospect can be found here
Obviously, my assessments aren’t perfect, and I’m still learning to scout players. Any constructive criticism is greatly appreciated.

Jolly-Rogers 2015 NFL Draft Prospect Ratings

Prospect #2: Cody Fajardo - QB Nevada Wolfpack

Measurables - 6’2”, 215 lbs. 40 time - 4.55 (Estimated)

2013 Stats - 243-358, 2,668 yds (67.9% COMP) 13 TD, 3 INT, 141 Rush ATT, 621 Rush yds, 8 Rush TD

Run Downs: A- Played in a read-option pistol offense, and often looks to make big plays with his feet. Has a powerful frame that he uses to his advantage, breaking tackles and making defenders miss. His speed isn’t elite, but he can still break long runs.

Vs. Pass: B- Stares down receivers on short routes at times. Fajardo has a strong upper-body and gives his passes above-average velocity, but his footwork leaves much to be desired. Has great mobility, but looks to run first instead of trying to make something happen in the passing game. Throws on the run with nice accuracy. Throws mostly high percentage short routes, and has only average accuracy on deep routes.

Football IQ/Experience: B Missed two games in 2013 due to a sprained knee, but has been the starter for the Wolfpack since halfway through his freshman year. Makes most of his decisions in the passing game based on pre-snap reads. Unfortunately, that seems to lead to him staring down receivers. Is also experienced in reading the defense in the option game.

Final assessment - Will not be a successful pocket passer without being coached up to train his eyes and feet. May need an offense based around his skill set to be successful in the NFL.

Projected Round: 3

Video of the Prospect can be found here

Obviously, my assessments aren’t perfect, and I’m still learning to scout players. Any constructive criticism is greatly appreciated.

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I would play the shit out of an HD remake of Wario’s Woods on the SNES.

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This week, the NFL decided it’s better to knock out your wife than to try and knock her up.

This week, Roger Goodell suspended Baltimore Ravens running back, Ray Rice for two games after pleading guilty to assaulting his fiance (now wife). Rice allegedly got into an altercation with Janay Palmer, knocking her unconscious and dragging her lifeless body out of an elevator.

On May 16, Indianapolis Colts linebacker Robert Mathis was suspended for four games for testing positive for a banned substance. Mathis had the fertility drug Clomid in his system, as he and his wife were trying to conceive a third child.

Fertility drugs are banned by the NFL because they can be used to possibly alleviate the negative side effects of many anabolic steroids. However, there is not proof that Mathis was taking any kind of performance enhancing drug.

According to the NFL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement, the suspension for a first-time user of PEDs is four games. However, Commissioner Goodell should be using that as a benchmark towards cases of assault.

Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy has been convicted of assaulting his girlfriend and communicating threats this week as well. Hardy is currently appealing the ruling, and the Panthers have said a suspension of Hardy will not come from them and he will continue to make $13.1 million this season.

Steelers center Maurkise Pouncey and Dolphins center Mike Pouncey were each accused of punching a woman in the face in a Miami night club earlier this month. Neither were named in the police report filed, but are being sued in civil court for damages by the accuser.

The NFL needs to make examples that this kind of behavior is not acceptable. It is insulting to woman that the NFL turns a seemingly blind eye to this kind of behavior, and no amount of pink jerseys and cleats are going to make up for the black eye given to the league.

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Zoom summoner1027:

when I play adc.

summoner1027:

when I play adc.

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A$AP Ferb 

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