• Swing Tackle of Destiny

    Thayer was on the radio otw home from work last night. He spent some time with this kid.

    The kid majored in infectious disease (maybe he knows Lori…. BOOM) and had a job offer from the CDC.

    But he told Thayer he has a chip on his shoulder that he was not drafted, he felt he was 4th or 5th round talent. And he is already in the Bears weightroom getting stronger. Thayer noted the kid seemed really pissed off he was passed over, and he told the kid he had the same feeling when he was picked up in the 4th round. Thayer thought he was 2nd round talent and it cost him alot of money and he never let the GM forget where he was drafted.

    So let’s hope the kid is as nasty and fired up as he seems,

    • willbest

      Well kid is probably used to training. He is either one of the 200-300 certifiable geniuses (160+ IQ) born each year, or he is one of the 50,000 really smart people or so that had to train since birth to be able to get one of Harvard’s 1600 or so spot.

      • Captain Obvious

        Depending on who you ask, genius is 140+ or 145+ IQ

      • Captain Obvious

        And genius is 2 standard deviations above mean, which in a normal distribution, is 3% of the population. 4 million born per year, so you’re talking about 120,000 geniuses born a year.

        • Captain Obvious

          Been a while since I learned/used stats. That should be 2.5% are 2 standards above the mean. +/-2 standard deviations captures 95% of the distribution.

          Even if you go 3 standard deviations, which would correspond to an IQ in excess of 150, that’s .15% of the population, which, with 4 million born in the US every year, would be 6,000 150+ IQ born per year.

          • Swing Tackle of Destiny

            this presumes that births of geniuses follow a normal distribution.

            not everything does

          • Then there are supergeniuses with superdongage, like moi!

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            And I thought I was the only one. We need a catchy name for the club.

    • Captain Obvious

      Wasn’t Thayer drafted by the USFL and that’s why he dropped? Because teams didn’t want to blow high-round picks on guys who were committing to play for the USFL.

      Aside from that, while I hope this UFDA is a feel-good story that translates to NFL success, nothing about his film jumped out at me. He lumbers, his routes don’t look crisp, and there’s no film of him blocking. Sure, I hope he gets better & contributes, but the closest he’ll get to Gronkowski is making an impact on infectious disease.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        lol’d at the last line…

        • Captain Obvious

          Yeah, that was a joke just waiting to be made. I rushed it, figuring someone else would make it.

          I’ll let a joke editor polish it up for me.

          Speaking of being polished up, anyone hear any news about Gronkowski’s cruise having free massages (happy endings optional)?

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Way to take one for the team, CO

      • Cutty Badger

        I accidentally watched a video of Gronk college highlights. He makes this kid look like a grade schooler. Fuck.

  • Swing Tackle of Destiny

    Sammy Watkins broke a bone in his foot, adding to the Bills woe.

    Apparently, Rex Ryan offered to touch his feet to heal them, but it didn’t work.

    • Scharfinator

      Sammy declined the final stage of treatment – toe sucking.

      • Charlene Clay

        “my room mate Lori Is getting paid on the internet 98$/hr”…..!tn117rtwo days ago grey MacLaren P1 I bought after earning 18,512 Dollars..it was my previous month’s payout..just a little over.17k Dollars Last month..3-5 hours job a day…with weekly payouts..it’s realy the simplest. job I have ever Do.. I Joined This 7 months. ago. and now making over. hourly 87 Dollars…Learn. More right Here !tn117r:➽:➽:➽➽➽➽ http://GlobalSuperJobsReportsEmploymentsTalentGetPay-Hour$98…. .✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸::::::!tn117r….,….

      • Michellewmorgan3

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    • Watkins is hurt, AGAIN?

  • Sactowns#1

    Looks like he’s got soft hands and good situational awareness. Hope he sees some PT this year.

    • willbest

      Its odd seeing the word awareness not being used as a joke around here.

      • Sactowns#1

        I tried to think of a synonym just for that fact but I was too lazy.

        • willbest

          VISION!

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Switch him to linebacker, so we can nickname him “Good WILL Hunting”.
    I’m so ashamed of that one.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Cue – “Well, I scawhed a touchdown – how do you like dem apples??”

  • Swing Tackle of Destiny
    • AlbertInTucson

      Oh, the President who gave us the job-killer that is NAFTA?

    • willbest

      Well that is depressing. I thought it was a given that Bill Clinton was getting a 3rd term while people got the feel goods of voting for a crusty old vagina. Sort of like how a bunch of white people go out and get a token black figure head to be their company’s “president” and “owner” so they can then skim the minority set asides on the construction contracts, usually with a kick back in some manner to the procurement officer (the preferred method of bribery in the US is a cushy 6-figure no work no show consulting job after a period of service in government).

      But this makes it sounds like Hillary Clinton might actively be involved in the Presidency, specifically managing the foreign policy side, which is an incredibly awful idea.

      • Sactowns#1

        I cant imagine anything as incredibly awful as Trump making foreign policy decisions. And I’m no Clinton fan.

        • willbest

          I am curious why you think that is. He seems intent on continuing our negotiated withdraw from various vassal states. Far less likely than Clinton to get us into anything serious.

          • Sactowns#1

            Does anyone else want this softball? Wills just teeing them up for us.

          • willbest

            Probably the biggest selling point on Trump is the Neo-Cons lost their damn minds. When the National Review endorses Clinton in a couple months that should be all there is to say on that.

          • Sactowns#1
          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            A Russia that is intent on reclaiming their old sphere of influence and/or outright dominion over Eastern Europe will be super happy about having us piss all over our NATO allies.

          • willbest

            Wait you want to go to war with Russia over Turkey? F that noise.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            So, abandon NATO? That’s your suggestion?
            Seriously?

          • willbest

            Yes. NATO is a relic of the past no longer fit to meet the needs of this century. Demolish it and negotiate a new European defensive framework, that recognizes the realities of what the European counties actually intend to offer. And kick Turkey out of the new arrangement.

            I am surprised you would even have a problem with this. If the US left the Europe and the Middle East to the Europeans and Russians we could shave $250 billion a year off our defense spending. That could buy a lot of social safety net.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Wars you have to fight are a lot more expensive than the wars you don’t.

          • willbest

            Every war in the Eastern hemisphere is a war the US doesn’t need to fight though.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Are we talking about NATO or not?

          • willbest

            If your mandate was to defend the United States, how critical is NATO to that effort? As in hypothetically suppose Europe and Asia were conquered by 2-3 super powers how does that make the US appreciably less secure?

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            If only we’d been through this scenario before…
            Wait, wait, don’t tell me. You think FDR was an imperialist turd for leading us into involvement in WW2, and Wilson should’ve minded his own beeswax and stayed home in 1917.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            The answer to your last question is…how long do you have? Because it’s gonna take me a while to type it all up.

          • Captain Obvious

            So you’d give up on one of our staunchest allies in the region–the only Muslim-majority democracy in the Middle East–as well as a massive base at Incilirk, just so you can save some money?

            You’d give up all our bases in the Middle East and go completely isolationist? You’d let Russia have free reign? Wow.

          • Sactowns#1

            And we all thought the right was pro big military. Hmmm. They are an elusive theological creature.

          • willbest

            I am right only in the sense that I am not left. I never really understood the neo-con fascination, but I was indifferent to it, when it least seemed coherent and the American people had the stomach for it.

            That is the thing about the US military. It could always accomplish whatever it is the American people had the will for. The question is always what do we have the will for?

            Clearly diddling around in the middle east is out of the question. But Turkey wants to diddle around in the middle east and its going to butt head with Russia doing so. Do we have the will for that?

          • willbest

            Another thing, the US is being challenged by everybody everywhere. And there are too many problems going on at home for the average person to give a flop about providing constituency services. ie. keeping Russia, China, Iran, Pakistan, whoever, in check in every two-bit theater around the globe.

            Meanwhile, the upper class is so enamored with their own state of self that they don’t even care about the suffering in their own country. And this is only going to get worse as the selfie generation continues its rise to power.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            You consider the EU a two-bit theater?

          • Captain Obvious

            “The US is being challenged by everybody everywhere.”

            Sorry, I’m not going to let that go without demanding you offer up some proof of “everybody” challenging the US “everywhere”.

            That’s the sort of grandiose bullcrap that flows from Trump about how the US is “losing” and he’ll make us “winners” again.

            And it’s absolute bullcrap. Start giving examples of how this country is being challenged by everybody, everywhere, or back off that statement and all that crap you spewed after it.

          • Sactowns#1

            C.O. with a brutal takedown.

          • willbest

            You must not get out much. And this is 10 minutes.

            China building military bases in the pacific

            http://gizmodo.com/why-chinas-building-a-military-base-in-the-middle-of-th-1632920610

            Iran detaining American soldiers in the wake of us giving them billions of dollars.

            http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2016/01/12/pentagon-2-us-navy-boats-held-iran-but-returned/78697686/

            Then there was the whole Chimera thing. Putin playing the US for Chumps in Syria. The whole bengahazi deal. Our utter in ability to maintain control in Iraq, I am assuming I don’t have to go grab links for any of that for you.

            Then there is the whole House of Saud threatening to sell off its US treasuries if the US does not protect it against 9/11 victims.

            North Korea is always saber rattling.

            And we haven’t even gotten into our European companies violating US laws with the help of our supposed allies.

            http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/11884877/German-government-knew-VW-was-rigging-emissions-test.html

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            That’s life in the modern world, will. Unless you think we’re going to put up border walls everywhere and go full-autarky, them’s the breaks.
            I’d rather have foreign policy run by people wearing their big boy pants who don’t piss down their legs when reality hits.

          • willbest

            You haven’t actually told me how you would respond to any of this, just implied that my way was wrong, because I don’t see an value in assisting a bunch of protectorates that don’t appear to want to protect themselves. For example, I get Putin is evil but I see zero reason why the US should be more concerned about him than Europe. Or worse, you have Turkey that actively told us to F off during various military excursions into the middle east and is now trying to start crap with Russia.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            I’m not implying, I’m telling you that isolationism is stupid, counterproductive and wrong. If you don’t understand the difference between the EU and Putin’s Russia, I’m not sure there’s much point in continuing the conversation.

          • willbest

            I get that you have some sense of moral obligation to defend Europe from the throws of tyranny or whatever, but you have yet to articulate why the US should be uniquely concerned past “Putin is bad mmmmkay”

            Seriously, why should the US be interested in solving a problem when the people closest to the problem don’t seem all that interested in dealing with it? Why should our concern for the affairs of Europe be greater than all the other countries not there? such as Canada or Australia.

            You seem to be attributing some burden to the US, and I am curious from where it comes. A third of our country doesn’t even have a historical connection to the place.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            For someone who likes to read history, you sure seem bent on repeating it. The US is at the apex of an incredibly complex system of financial, legal, military, and moral relationships. US citizens have been the primary beneficiaries of that system for 75+ years now. If the US were to begin walking itself back from its joint obligations with allies that have provided not only mutual defense (which you seem not to believe) but friendly markets for US exports for 75 years or more, then what replaces it?
            Based on an earlier question, you seem to think that a greater Japanese Empire and a Nazi (or Soviet for that matter) economic sphere would not have meant the slow strangulation or quick death of the United States.
            I think that’s moronic.
            This is not purely about the significant moral obligation that we have to future generations to ensure the survival of a uniquely successful culture; it’s also about our short and long-term self interest as a nation-state.
            And I am somewhat, but not completely, surprised that I’m having to defend the fundamental mission of this country to a conservative.

          • willbest

            fundamental mission? So its in the Constitution? Founding Fathers lay that one out? Or is that the brain child of Wilson brought to fruition by FDR? Things change. The current state of being cannot be preserved any more than the climate can. Your point about what replaces it is essentially fear of the unknown.

            What was the difference between taking care of the Nazis short term and dealing with the Soviets long term vs letting the Nazis take out the Soviets and dealing with them over the long term? And outside of Japan attacking us, what exactly is the benefit of dealing with Communist China over Imperial Japan?

            And here is the thing about trade. If I may be permitted, the US spends at a minimum $400 billion (the difference between US and Chinese military budgets) on this endeavor. And probably substantially more owing to our natural defensive position (Canada gets by with a $15 billion or so military budget according to wiki).

            The grand total of US international trade is roughly $4 trillion (1.6 trillion out 2.4 trillion in). Now without us spending $400 billion a massive amount of that trade will occur either domestically, or internationally anyway (for example 30% of our total international trade is with Canada and Mexico).

            So my question to you is, how are you so sure that if the US didn’t spend that $400 billion that we would lose out on not just $400 billion of economic activity. But even economic activity to make spending $400 billion worth it?

            Don’t you suppose it would be possible we say cut back down to just sort of policing shipping lanes at the cost of maybe $150 billion over and above national defense and achieve a more efficient result?

            But I will say, at least I am starting to understand your socialist mindset better. Because if the US is spending $400 billion (and I would venture its probably closer to $600 billion once we start adding all the bureaucrats into it) on generating all this private sector trade, then the private sector is obligated to return that money plus a percentage back to the US government. And that clearly isn’t happening.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            When you’re losing the argument, start throwing “socialism” around like a pejorative, even if it has nothing to do with the discussion. It doesn’t even make sense in context of the discussion, nor have you provided a useful definition of it as you understand it.
            And you’re definitely losing the argument when you’re advocating that a Nazi hegemony in Europe or an ascendant Japanese Empire would have been inconsequential to the US economically or politically…much less the abandonment of hundreds of millions of people to literal enslavement and systematic murder.
            It’s not fear that dictates rejecting isolationism, it’s pragmatism.

          • willbest

            That was just my assessment of how you could validate such actions, because you continue to offer zero theoretical or practical support past unsupported statements that I should take as axiomatic. It wasn’t necessary to advance my argument. I did that by demonstrating that your assertion that the US is of primary beneficiary is going to require support, because the napkin math doesn’t support it. It certainly isn’t the primary beneficiary, and I even called into question whether it was benefiting at all.

            I find the “yeah but if the Nazi’s won hundreds of million would of been enslaved or murdered amusing” since that is what happened when the Communists won. And no doubt such a turn of events would have affected trade, but would it have affected trade in a substantially negative way? That is all speculation. The only reason we are even talking about it is because you have again offered as a naked assertion that this turn of events is just better for the world.

            You have now retreated into calling it pragmatic. Which is fair enough, but the crux of pragmatism is that it has practical success, so what is your bench market for success? Because you have ceded economic success. Political/Moral success perhaps? Well not moral you have already ceded that point too.

          • Captain Obvious

            China has been claiming territory in the South China Sea (not the Pacific) for literally decades.

            We didn’t “give” Iran anything. We un-froze their accounts that were frozen because of sanctions. It’s their money. Our personnel–who were in Iranian waters–were detained for a short time. All the personnel were returned, unharmed. No tense negotiations, no loss of critical intelligence equipment, like with China in 2001 under GWB.

            “Putin playing the US… in Syria”? What the fuck? What did Putin get out of his adventure in Syria? What did we lose? Syria was a clusterfuck before Russia got involved, it stayed a clusterfuck, and it will be a clusterfuck for a while yet.

            And, by the by, all indications were that Putin went into Syria to pressure the West into dropping the sanctions (that are crippling Russia’s economy) as a result of Russia invading Ukraine. Those sanctions are still in place. Putin gained NOTHING.

            “The whole begahazi [sic] deal”? How is that “everyone challenging us”? That was an Islamist terror attack timed to coincide with demonstrations about that video. The consulate was understaffed due to Congressional budget cuts. So if you want an axe to grind about Benghazi, take it up with your Congressman. In the end, that Islamist terror attack is/was no more of a challenge than has been coming from the Middle East for decades.

            “Our utter in ability [sic] to maintain control in Iraq”? Lessee here… GWB started that war and it was his timeline for us to relinquish control and restore sovereignty to the Iraqis. We did not “have” control in the first place (and shouldn’t have had it to start with) to maintain. What would you have preferred, a second invasion? I did two tours in Iraq; I don’t feel like going back. Perhaps you’d volunteer? You’re a lawyer; JAG corps is a pretty cherry gig.

            “You must not get out much…. I am assuming I don’t have to go grab links for any of that for you.” For being a lawyer, you don’t seem to have a grasp the whole idea of who has the burden of proof when making an assertion. YOU stated that thanks to President Obama, “everyone” was challenging the US, “everywhere.” You provided 5 examples thus far. Two pre-date Obama’s presidency. The other three are directly attributable to GWBush’s policies.

            “House of Saud threatening to sell off its US treasuries” is a result of Congress passing a bill allowing lawsuits against the Saudi government regarding possible involvement/funding/complicity by members of the Saudi government in 9/11. All indications are that the bill is DOA in the Senate, and it will absolutely be vetoed by the President. So, again, an example of CONGRESS doing something, not another country “challenging” us. And just about everyone with a brain calls the sell-off threat a complete bluff, as Saudi Arabia would not only take a bath financially, but would introduce big tensions into their relationship with their strongest ally and arms supplier.

            “North Korea is always saber rattling.” Yes, they are. ALWAYS. Going back DECADES. Nothing new, no challenges because of Obama.

            And then you wrap it up by arguing that VW rigging their emissions equipment is part of “everyone” challenging us “everywhere” because of some supposed weakness on the part of Obama?

            Jesus Tittyfucking Christ, you are dense.

            You made a blanket accusation that “the US is being challenged by everybody everywhere,” with the implication that this is due to a failure on Obama’s part, and that Trump will restore America’s supposedly waning power.

            You don’t get to say, “Oh, just Google stuff and you’ll see what I’m talking about.” You make an assertion, you damn well better have some proof to back yourself up. You did NOT give proof that EVERYONE was “challenging” the US EVERYWHERE, and in fact, most of your examples were either things that have been going on for years, or things that are directly attributable to the actions of GWBush or the GOP Congress.

            I typed all this because I’m sick of the all-encompassing bullshit allegations that get thrown out by the know-nothings. “America is losing!” as our military spending and economic growth keep increasing. “Trump will make other countries respect us!” as leaders of those very countries express very publicly their worries about working with a President Trump.

            There’s a reason Trump speaks (and tweets, or twats, or whatever) at a 3rd-grade level. It’s the same reason why he floats an idea that would wreck the US–and world–economy (buying back US debt at a discount): he fundamentally doesn’t understand what you need to know to run this country, and he covers up that ignorance with know-nothing platitudes. But the BEST platitudes. Absolutely CLASSY platitudes.

            I served my country. I bled for my country. Trump deserves neither my service nor my blood. And people who parrot his know-nothing arguments deserve nothing but my scorn.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Sometimes it feels as if conservatives didn’t start reading the international section of the news until 2008.

          • Captain Obvious

            Given that one of Trump’s foreign policy advisors is in his late 20s and lists being in Model U.N. as his most impressive credential, I don’t think Trump would be anything but a foreign policy disaster unlike any ever seen before.

            And that includes GW Bush’s “worst foreign policy debacle in a century.” Which really says something, given Kennedy/LBJ’s clusterfuck in Vietnam.

          • willbest

            And Ben Rhodes was 30 when he started working for Obama, so you are saying we shouldn’t repeat that mistake again?

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            You really don’t want to compare Rhodes and George Papadopoulos’ resumes at 30.

          • willbest

            Rhodes graduated in 2002 with a masters in writing without any foreign policy experience. He acquired 5 years of foreign policy experience as a speechwriter and assistant working specifically on issues pertaining to Iraq and 9/11 before joining the Obama campaign in 2007.

            Papadopoulos graduated in 2009 and has spent about 6 years studying various aspects of oil and natural gas issues as they relate to security in the Mediterranean, before advising the Carson campaign.

            Seems like both managed to climb into a position of extreme influence with shockingly little foreign policy breadth.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Rhodes worked for Lee Hamilton on both the 9/11 Commission report and the Iraq Study Group report before joining the White House, two of the seminal white papers on current events and foreign policy of the last 50 years.
            Papadopolous has nothing remotely comparable on his resume…which is fine – he’s an up and comer and will someday run a lobbying firm or his own think tank group.
            But in terms of accomplishments at 30 years old, there is no comparison.

    • Ready. Set. Go!

      And let the official offseason doldrums begin!

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Irish – don’t fall in love yet, he’s too young for you.
    http://thelab.bleacherreport.com/the-largest-football-recruit-on-the-planet/

    • Bender McLugh

      his knees…..they would not be safe on an NFL field

      • Sactowns#1

        He needs to lose about 60lbs. Then maybe.

        • Swing Tackle of Destiny

          Big Cat 2.0

    • From Riverside.
      Maybe I’ll go scout him after I buy a bazooka and head over to his hood.

  • Jim Ingram

    I’m really excited to see how they use Braunecker in the offense if he makes the team. I targeted him in a few mock drafts as a seventh rounder. Glad to see him get his chance as a UDFA.

  • Huge Bear’s Penis

    I thought all highlight videos were required to have a rap song playing.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      I was expecting this:

    • Cutty Badger

    • 505Bears

      Not if you are super white

      • willbest

        Shouldn’t it be country then? Although I guess that is SEC super white. Maybe some Maroon 5 or something

  • Charlene Clay

    “my room mate Lori Is getting paid on the internet 98$/hr”…..!tn117rtwo days ago grey MacLaren P1 I bought after earning 18,512 Dollars..it was my previous month’s payout..just a little over.17k Dollars Last month..3-5 hours job a day…with weekly payouts..it’s realy the simplest. job I have ever Do.. I Joined This 7 months. ago. and now making over. hourly 87 Dollars…Learn. More right Here !tn117r:➽:➽:➽➽➽➽ http://GlobalSuperJobsReportsEmploymentsTalentGetPay-Hour$98…. .✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸::::::!tn117r….,…

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    If you thought Tunsil endured a shit storm this year, wait’ll this technology matures.
    https://yro.slashdot.org/story/16/05/17/1653234/face-recognition-app-taking-russia-by-storm-may-bring-end-to-public-anonymity

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    At some point, I would think someone would’ve gone, “Yeah, this is just kind of disturbing, can we skip this part of the lesson plan?”
    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/ct-cat-intestines-jump-rope-20160518-story.html

  • Michellewmorgan3

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  • George Hotchkiss

    He just doesn’t look like he has an NFL body…but I wish him the best

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