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cornelius_blackfoot

Member since Jun 2007 • Last active Jan 2023

Abandoned as a child and raised by cyclists, I spend my time in the Dirty South, though London is my home.
Remember: Everyone on two wheels is a friend.
and doubly remember
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jydm5Ra1­tP8

as well as

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTIy1H3i­j90

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    For some reason monzo are denying me a business account (into my second year as a sole trader and need to make it easier to do taxes at year end)
    Whave a personal account with them, so thought it’d be pretty simple to get one from them.
    What are my monzo alternatives? Starling? tide? Also does anyone have any recommendations or stay away froms?

    Thanks

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    I worry that Mahomes could get swallowed up by that Bengals pass rush, before he got injured the jags rush was getting to him and forcing him to do mahomesian things in terms of navigating the pocket, stepping up, rolling out to get enough space and time to throw to his receivers. Bengals defense feels like it's underrated, and it put a beating on josh allen and the bills, without blitzing a lot of the time, if Mahomes is hindered enough by the ankle injury, could be a difficult time for the chiefs..

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    Realised my dislike of the 49ers has hit new heights, despite picking them for the super bowl (let’s not speak about the bills team of destiny thing) my dislike meant I was rooting for the cowboys, the cowboys!!! Fuck!
    Eagles and 49ers will be a game for the ages.. it feels like they are so closely matched, good defenses, good offenses, big play receivers… think this could be a better game than bengals chiefs..

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    Got the fear about the bills. Game is still not won, but it’s close. Get a first down and take it out of your defense’s hands, because despite Miami’s offenses travails, they’ve still got hill and waddle and a catch and run could cause havoc from anywhere on the field.

    Edit: sometimes you’ve got the love the ruling on the field. Buffalo got that fucking first down thanks to the legs and strength of singletary and a favourable spot from the line judge

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    Surprised the chargers got turnt over by the jaguars, more surprised by videos on YouTube saying Brandon Staley was a bum and was going to be fired for not beating the jaguars. Assume Staley is going to survive the off season and if anyone was going it would be offensive Co-ordinator Lombardi as it seemed the offense jot scoring points was the sticking point rather than the defense not holding onto the lead. Defensive interceptions were what got them the lead in the first place..
    Was looking at the 49ers Seahawk’s game. 10-0 49ers, my super bowl pick is looking good, 14-13 seahawks, wtf is going on with that!!!’ Then a return to normalcy with the 49ers running out two touchdown winners.. phew

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    I don’t normally do predictions but for some reason I’m thinking 49ers bills in the Super Bowl.
    all the bills have been through makes me think they are the team of destiny! And I dislike the 49ers so much, but they are so good and that offense can beat you even with purdy at qb, and that defense will make life hell for whichever team they come up against…

    So if this comes to pass I’m a genius Nostradamus, if not, you ain’t seen me right!

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    I hear you re: generational talent, think it's become more of a thing, since Mahomes proved so revelatory. But if you're in the AFC, you've got to get through a murderers row of QB's: Mahomes, Herbert, Allen, Burrows, Jackson, Lawrence (TBC), and you're probably not doing that with a game manager QB/ Developmental QB and a strong run game, unless you're Mike Vrabel and the Titans (and Tannehill has proved over the last couple of seasons, he's more than just a game manager) so looking for a "generational talent" or realistically a Good to Great QB is going to be high on the list, especially if coach and GM aren't looking through rose tinted glasses at the class, and don't just take a swing because they have the draft picks, and there's nothing better on the board.

    QB's are available in later rounds, see Purdy, Brock or even at the back end of the first round like Mahomes and Allen, but organisations have to be willing to look there, and see the potential, and above that, have the coaches and environment to help that QB thrive, and most teams picking high in the first round don't have.

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