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  1. It was to point out that addiction isn't confined or eliminated by outlawing the activity. If that was the case, there wouldn't be gambling addicts in the US. If smart regulation is drawn up, there will be a licensing for companies offering gambling just like over here. They'll have to be taxed, and some of the proceeds could be used to fund education and treatment of addicts. Just like it is over here. There are "Bet responsibly" campaigns, just like the "Drink responsibly"/don't drink and drive campaigns. Make sure that they can't offer credit to customers.
  2. Making it legal to place a bet on an NFL or MLB game, doesn't exclude all regulation of the gaming industry. It doesn't mean that they should have no restrictions on, say, Data harvesting, predatory loans etc. The fact that some people have ruined their lives gambling, is hardly an argument against gambling. It's like banning beer because some people ruin their lives by drinking more than they should. Gambling addicts have always gambled, it just used to be through bookies that would break their arms if they didn't pay what they owed. A legal gambling establishment would for ins
  3. People can rig games. They always had that option. Nothing has changed. It will still be illegal People can gamble. They always had that option. Nothing has changed, except the fact that it will be legal. Excessive gambling can ruin lives. That was always the case. Nothing has changed. Reality is, that in countries all over the world, mine included (Denmark), people have been legally able to place bets on sports since forever. There are no more gambling addicts here, than in the US.
  4. Couldn't tell you with certainty at this point. Dex Lawrence, Chris Wilkins, Clelin Ferrell, Rashan Gary, Ed Oliver, Bosa the younger and Raekwon Davis could be candidates. Lot of defensive talent at the top of next years draft. But lots could happen over the course of a season with injuries etc. But we'll see.
  5. Unfortunately, the Colts would seem like the most likely AFC South team to end up picking #1 next year. We're by no means done rebuilding, but that's okay. Rome wasn't build in a day.
  6. Like every year there was surprises. I mean punters taken back to back, and a long snapper drafted. Wouldn't have put money on that. But every year there's the odd "Didn't see that coming" moments
  7. Special teams always need good LB's. Going to be a factor in making the roster, not just ability to play WILL/SAM
  8. Gimme some of these.. Godwin Igwebuike, S, Northwestern Tegray Scales, ILB, Indiana Hoosiers Trenton Thompson,DT, Georgia Jeff Holland, Edge, Auburn Hercules Mata'afa, Washington St. JC Jackson, CB, Maryland Holton Hill, CB, Texas Levi Wallace, CB, Alabama Tavarus McFadden, CB, Florida St. Skai Moore, LB, South Carolina Matthew Thomas, LB, Florida St. Brett Toth, OT, Army Depth and special teams, and a surprise or two
  9. Godwin Igwebuike, S, Northwestern Tegray Scales, ILB, Indiana Hoosiers Trenton Thompson,DT, Georgia Jeff Holland, Edge, Auburn Hercules Mata'afa, Washington St. JC Jackson, CB, Maryland Holton Hill, CB, Texas Levi Wallace, CB, Alabama Tavarus McFadden, CB, Florida St. Skai Moore, LB, South Carolina Matthew Thomas, LB, Florida St. Brett Toth, OT, Army
  10. I want Hernandez. If nothing else, just to watch this forum to explode. Would actually be a great player to add to our roster, but doubt he'll make it past the Giants. Also doubt Ballard will pick back to back guards.
  11. Sharp drop in quality from the 1st rounders to the rest of the ILB class this year. I would still like Jewell on day 3 and Scales could be interesting. Lorenzo Carter.. Not sure about how well he fits in our system. But if Ballard and Reich wants him, who am I to complain.
  12. I was on Team Nelson all along, so I loved the pick. However, I think you can still get a good guard in the second round of this years draft. And I would be very tempted to pull the trigger if Hernadez is not picked up when we're on the clock.
  13. Could Lorenzo Carter work out as a DE in our new defense? Not a lot of ILB prospects I would grab in round 2/3. Seems like most remaining ILB's should be taken in round 4 or later. Lot of OL, CB and RB talent available.
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