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  • chipbennett

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    The glut of WRs in this years draft should quell any real discussion regarding whether Ballard would even consider trying to move up for MHJ. He's not. Doing so would be malfeance. Just accept it.
     

    Ingomike

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    The glut of WRs in this years draft should quell any real discussion regarding whether Ballard would even consider trying to move up for MHJ. He's not. Doing so would be malfeance. Just accept it.
    Speaking of wide receivers, this was interesting.

    Nacua wasn’t great in the traditional tests of athleticism that the NFL has relied on for decades, recording a 4.57-second 40-yard dash. But the player tracking data showed he was the fastest receiver at last year’s Combine in running through the gauntlet drill, in which a receiver runs across the field and catches seven passes in rapid succession. According to the NFL’s Next Gen Stats, Nacua reached the fastest speed of any wide receiver during last year’s gauntlet drill at 20.06 mph. That tipped teams off that Nacua plays faster than he runs, something that Nacua proved in his rookie year.




     

    Kdf101

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    I think there are too many games already. Towards the end of the article is the reason it will probably go to 18 though, betting. Legalized betting is taking over sports. I find it ironic that Pete rose is banned from baseball for betting, but gambling is an actual sponsor of most professional leagues now
     
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