I've read many books and many posts on other snowboarding forums, but there is always something new to learn from more experienced riders. I switch to the new edge just as I cross the fall line but frequently skid during the second half of the turn and into the new traverse. For me this is mostly...
@edmastermind29 Cleveland is the obvious favorite. I don't trust DRose to stay healthy for a whole season, but if he does, Chicago is a top team. Indy will be a dangerous middle seed of George comes back healthy. Miami restocked but is seriously old...I really have to think it's Cleveland's to lose
@edmastermind29 yeah, I can't see it. Not this year. I think this year is Chicago's if Rose stays healthy. If he's hurt, I think it's a Cleveland Miami final with Cleveland winning, and then beating whoever comes out of the west.
(and I think it'll be OKC if Durant gets healthy, and the clippers if he doesn't)
(whichever team beats the Spurs in the conference finals)
@Seth fair enough. i've seen both play, and although I think Luck ultimately has more upside and pro-offense savvy, Russell Wilson holds his own and either qb would be a great choice if you were to choose one or the other.
Or Denver, SD, SF, someone, could upset that in the post season.
Like you yourself said Ice Boy, any Sunday now ;)
@edmastermind29 I think (and this is just my ignorant opinion) part of the reason Peyton only has one is his offense can be a little... one sided at times.
I watched some of the pre-SB predictions and people said "with Denver's running O and his passing O this game is over" (paraphrasing).. but I don't recall seeing Denver do too much running during the SB.
I think Manning is a great QB, but he needs to make sure he mixes it up, being such a great passer the other team kinda knows what he wants to do.
but I dunno. Life is like that. Some people get better "luck" than others.
@Seth it's fair to say that...since it appears that everything has to go right or it won't...but he also adapts. i also believe brady's coaching is top-notch, and peyton doing all the work...come playoff time (and I'll have to find the article), Peyton hasn't done well because the defense has been prepped well.
@Seth or tricks or whatever you wanna call it anymore :P
I coach a U10 boys recreational soccer team. In my area, we generally have more players wanting to play than coaches available to field teams. That said, some degree of turnover on a team seems to be normal but I have noticed lower turnover with each season.
I have a looming problem for this n...
@edmastermind29 I did not really have time to follow sport news this week. (I had some stuff in work.) But it seems that he still hadn't underwent surgery for appendicitis. (It is probably not that bad if he can play.)
BBC sport: Nadal is playing in Basel this week despite suffering with appendicitis, and takes on Borna Coric on Friday.