Is Home Alone a Christmas movie?
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Makes perfect sense to me lol. So what's the long term for the Rams? I'd say Kyle Shanahan to be the QB guru for Goff, but the hot rumor now is that he may replace Kubiak.
^long term solution
I just heard it on ESPN radio. "Health issues." I hope it's wrong. I try to stay close to the Broncos situation, and Kubiak has a great feel for this team. No way would I want him out. But that's what I heard tonight.
Right, Elway won't fire Kub. I disagree about Wade, though. The one thing the team has going for it now is defense. I don't think they want to mess with that. Plus, Wade's record as a head coach isn't stellar. They could do better. Somehow I don't think Mike Shanahan would come back, but I wouldn't put it past Elway to try to bring him in. I could see his son Kyle, though. Bottom line is I hope it's all BS. Go get four new O-Line guys to go w/Paradis, get a healthy CJ, maybe one solid D-Line guy to stop the run, and we're there.
we'll be ok.
I think Phillips is one of those coaches who has carved out his niche in the league, i.e., the #1 defensive coordinator, and is in his element there. I don't think he's itching to be a head coach any more.
I couldn't disagree more about Siemian. In the midst of a ton of adversity (terrible line, ineffective running game, nagging injuries), he's shown he can throw downfield, avoid pressure, lead the group, and win the respect of his teammates. I want to see him get a legit chance to show what he can do when he's not running for his life every down.
I'm looking at the season overall. The Pats are the Pats. I'll cut Siemian a little slack. I didn't see Brady lighting it up in the 3 degree wind chill either.
For the record, the Broncos had 330 passing yards and 19 first downs passing vs. the Titans. Maybe if they would have done more than 18 yards rushing and zero first downs rushing, they would have got the W.
The pass defense is #1 in the league, but the run defense is nowhere near what it was last year. They definitely miss Malik Jackson.
Right, I was waiting for the same pick-6. Norwood isn't a bad receiver, but I wouldn't have him returning punts. Kalif Raymond did a decent job the week before, but they deactivated him. Bad move.
Yeah, for whatever reason. Angels in '03, KC in baseball last year, the Giants and Kings with the every other year thing. It makes what the Broncos did in '98-99 pretty remarkable.
Yes, and I watch it every year without fail! Why wouldn't it be considered a Christmas movie?
Yes it is. Die hard is not. Die hard is missing the "Christmas magic." Simply taking place over Christmas doesn't make it a Christmas movie any more than a movie with a shoot out in a church would make it a religious one.
In home alone, Kevin wakes up to a empty house that he wished to be because of Christmas magic (arguable, I know.) also, Kevin's mom realizes Kevin isn't there the moment Kevin wishes she was there because of Christmas magic (arguable, I know.)
Yes, but still good through out the year
Yes, and so is die hard
Your head is multi colored again. Wasn't sure if you were aware.
That's what I'm here for
I wouldn't count on Howard for much of anything this season. Although it's hard to be a goaltender when the rest of the team isn't giving you much help
I thought Howard was a goner this summer so you're probably right on that one
They do like Bernier, but Gibson's the chosen one.
Many of us liked Andersen better, but they didn't want to pay both of them.
Last time I checked, you were looking up at me in the standings, so I guess it's working out ok. Not worried about Perry or Getzlaf. They'll be fine.
Well laserbeam, games cancelled tonight. You don't have to worry about jimmy.
Another day, another Ducks win. Ho hum. Thanks for the cookie!😋
Haha I love how you twist that knife. HE ISN'T GOING ANYWHERE.
I'm not convinced the Ducks are good enough to make a long playoff run this year. But remember the overriding reason for the coaching change was to address the problem of exiting too early. Btw, Rakell has arguably been their best player since he came back.
You know I love Humpty. But the reason for the change was the playoff failures. The front office remembers they won a Cup with Carlyle. I'm not saying he's better than Bruce. Look at where Minnesota is, right on the Hawks' heels. Typical Boudreau. But do you really think they're making a long run in the postseason? I'm not buying it, as much as I like the guy. Carlyle seems like kind of an SOB, but at this stage it's about results.
Regarding blaming the coaching, it's like they say in baseball, it's easier to fire the manager than to fire 25 guys. So that's what Murray did. Idk if their problems are all that complex. It may be that what they really are right now is a 6-8 seed at best. They're relying on a handful of young guys to produce who aren't quite ready yet; they may have overrated Gibson; when Perry struggles to score, there's too much pressure on the Coglianos and Vermettes to take up the slack, and the team struggles to win. The sum of the above is a team with little margin for error.
Keeping McGinn and Perron would have helped with the loss of Perry's production. The injury to Despres didn't help the D's consistency either.
I do believe they better build around the three guys you mentioned, but who's out there via free agency or trade to replace the scoring they (usually) get from Perry and the playmaking of Getzlaf?
I agree to a point about Gibson, but how far away are those young goalies from being a #1 you can ride in the playoffs?
If those contracts are virtually untradeable, they're obviously not going to get comparable value coming back. Don't know if Murray has it in him to do anything earthshaking. Just more tinkering and nickel and diming with the roster, waiting for the rookies to develop, and hoping Carlyle can squeeze out whatever potential is there. You may be right about what they need to do, but I think they'll just stay the course they're on now, as long as they remain in some type of contender status. If they don't even get in the playoffs, maybe all bets are off.
You know a lot more about the degree of their potential financial difficulties than I do, but I can't foresee Perry or Getzlaf waiving their no-trade clauses. As far as paying the young guys, by that time they'll have a much better idea of who they want to keep and who they're willing to let go. I think they should pay Fowler. There's nothing not to like there.
They either don't remember it well enough or are simply being stubborn idiots