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  1. Please refrain from saying that during a conversation that involves your loads
  2. At first I thought you said merkin to which I would have scolded you. I only discuss that in polite company
  3. Mamma bird is still hanging around hoping they come back
  4. Framed #110 🎥 🟥 🟩 ⬛ ⬛ ⬛ ⬛ https://framed.wtf
  5. @NCTANK Called the bird rescue up again. They said they thought they were robins. "Oh, then I think they are orphaned because there is a grey bird hanging around but no robins". So I brought them in. Turns out they are grey catbirds and that bird was the mamma. And they had fresh berry stools so she has been feeding them. But one was injured from the fall and the other didn't look so hot so they took the birds and are nursing them. I gave them my email to find out what happened to them.
  6. You slippin' @OCEaglefan Given the hits the Cowboys took this offseason at wide receiver, Schultz is kind of an important player to them this season, though it's unlikely that he'll miss any mandatory time. In that sense this perhaps doesn't fit the theme of why the Cowboys will be bad specifically in 2022, but it's worth noting that they keep messing up these situations, and in the case of Prescott, they are now paying the price as he'll have huge cap hits in 2023 and 2024. The Cowboys also have a long history of taking big risks with their second-round picks on talented players with medical and/or character concerns. Prior examples include guys like Trysten Hill, Jaylon Smith, Randy Gregory, Kelvin Joseph, etc. This year their second-round risk was edge rusher Sam Williams, who was once arrested on a sexual battery charge. On March 18, Joseph, who had red flags coming out of Kentucky, was a passenger in a vehicle from which gunshots killed a 20-year-old man. A month and a half later, undeterred, the Cowboys were like, "Meh, whatever. Let's go ahead and take another character concern guy in the second round." 😎 We should probably mention the other holes on this roster Cornerbacks not named Trevon Diggs, linebackers not named Micah Parsons, interior defensive line, pass rusher depth, safety. They also have an undrafted rookie kicker. It looks a lot like some of the rosters the Cowboys had a decade or so ago, when they had a small handful of star players at the top, and then a whole lot of (fart noise). 9) They have the hardest floating games in the NFC East The NFC East teams all play each other twice, as you're aware. They also play the entirety of the NFC North and the AFC South, a pair of pretty bad divisions. As such, the four NFC East teams have the four easiest schedules in the NFL. The NFC East teams each have three games on their schedules that their divisional rivals don't. The Cowboys have a first-place schedule, and as such, they play first-place teams in the NFC West, the NFC South, and the AFC North. Those teams are the Rams, Buccaneers, and the Bengals. The NFC East teams drew the following floating opponents this year: Finish NFC East team NFCW / NFCS / AFCN opponents 1st Cowboys Rams, Buccaneers, Bengals 2nd Eagles Cardinals, Saints, Steelers 3rd Commanders 49ers, Falcons, Browns 4th Giants Seahawks, Panthers, Ravens In other words, the Cowboys will have to face both 2021-22 Super Bowl participants as well as the 2020-21 Super Bowl winner in their three floating games, while the rest of the NFC East teams (mostly) face a mix of mediocrity and slop. 10) There hasn't been a repeat NFC East champion since 2004 The last time a team repeated as NFC East division winners was when the Eagles did it in 2004. In each of the last 17 seasons, we've seen the previous year's division champion dethroned. Year NFC East champion 2004 Eagles 2005 Giants 2006 Eagles 2007 Cowboys 2008 Giants 2009 Cowboys 2010 Eagles 2011 Giants 2012 WFT 2013 Eagles 2014 Cowboys 2015 WFT 2016 Cowboys 2017 Eagles 2018 Cowboys 2019 Eagles 2020 WFT 2021 Cowboys So who will win the NFC East in 2022? Probably not the Cowboys, and not because of some silly non-repeat streak. They're just not that good. 🤷‍♂️.
  7. Despite our best efforts to not distrub the nest further (not going outside by it, etc), it appears mamma is gone and both babies are on the ground. Called a local bird rescue, sent them pics and info, and are waiting for them to get back to us.
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