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About Thanatos

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    Byrd is the word
  • Birthday 12/06/1987

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  1. Thanatos

    Biggest Douchewad in the NFL?

    None of these other players- to my knowledge- are on tape repeatedly trying to injure other players. OBJ and Norman had that one game where OBJ speared him with the helmet, but that was at least in response to Norman being physical with him. Vontaze Burfict has- on several different occasions- intentionally targeted an area of an opponent that was hurt trying to hurt it more, or taken blatant cheap shots clearly designed to injure the opponent. This is not even close, its Burfict by a long shot.
  2. Thanatos

    Alliance Of American Football

    9 points allowed in 2 games? Shutting out Memphis 26-0 who gave Arizona everything they could handle in week 2? The Iron's defense is what puts them up there to me. Why was the call questionable? You mean the fumble recovery for six or something else?
  3. Thanatos

    Trump Regime thread.

    Its a clear case of valuing one religion over another. Bama would have been fine with a Christian pastor- there have even been multiple cases where they took a specific person that the inmate wanted and trained them in the protocol. Though I agree the man is a horrible person, everyone should be able to be read their last rites if they want to. Maybe the fact that I am against the death penalty in all forms colors my thinking here, idk. Their reasoning is also bullshit, they state he waited too late, and act like he should have challenged it in November, but in november, he had no reason to believe he would be denied an Imam per the statute in question. Kagan accuses them of violating the establishment clause, idk if you've read much of Kagan's writings, but that's about as fiery as she gets.
  4. Thanatos

    Alliance Of American Football

    SAC and Arizona are very close, just thought San Antonio looked really good versus Orlando. We will definitely find out though, because SAC and Arizona are in the same conference and so they'll play each other twice. I love the icons too, but I need to shrink them by about 50%, they're too big for on here. However I can't get that exact image off to shrink it as its a webpage link. Anyone with a little more technically know-how able to help me out here? I can shrink 'em if I can get them to a jpeg or something like that.
  5. Thanatos

    Alliance Of American Football

    I am thoroughly enjoying this league, way more than I thought I would. The Orlando/SAC game was fantastic and felt like a back and forth fight the whole way. Week 2 is in the books, and fuck it we're doing power rankings. First, our scores from week 2, which was far more competitive than week 1 as we had 3 one-score games and one two score game: San Diego Fleet 24, Atlanta Legends 12. Birmingham Iron 12, Salt Lake Stallions 9. Arizona Hotshots 20, Memphis Express 18. Orlando Apollos 37, San Antonio Commanders 29. 8. Atlanta Legends (0-2, 18 PF, 64 PA): Atlanta looked better than Week 1's shellacking versus Orlando, but they're still the worst team in the AAF. 7. Memphis Express (0-2, 18 PF, 46 PA): Memphis and Atlanta both looked great in the first half, holding 12-0 and 9-0 leads, but they both blew it in the 2nd. At least they didnt get shut out. 6. Salt Lake Stallions (0-2, 31 PF, 50 PA): Salt Lake's offense was shut down by the Iron's superb defense, but their kicker also missed 2 kicks and they had a botched snap. Can't throw away 9 points versus the best D in the league and expect to win. 5. San Diego Fleet (1-1, 30 PF, 27 PA): San Diego came back from a 9-0 deficit with great defense play in the second half, helped out by a ST turnover. 4. Arizona Hotshots (2-0, 58 PF, 40 PA): Arizona came roaring back from a 12-0 deficit to take this one from the Express, but they don't look the preseason favorites at this point. 3. San Antonio Commanders (1-1, 44 PF, 43 PA): San Antonio looked pretty good for the majority of the game and I thought they were going to pull the upset, but getting outscored 17-0 in the 4th quarter makes it hard to do that. 2. Birmingham Iron (2-0, 38 PF, 9 PA): The Iron's defense is fantastic, but a mess of a kicking game from the Stallions definitely helped give them points. Also, their offense had basically two good drives all game, and they scored six of their 12 points on ST. The Iron's D can play with anyone, but your offense has got to put more points on the board if you want to challenge Orlando. 1. Orlando Apollos (2-0, 77 PF, 35 PA): The Apollos look like the team to beat right now, with an opportunistic defense (pick-6s in back to back weeks), and an offense that puts up points at a rate far higher than any other team in the AAF.
  6. Thanatos

    Trump Regime thread.

    Elections have consequences. The SC just refused to allow a Muslim man to be read his last rights by an Imam, on the grounds, so they say, that he waited too long. His request for an Imam was denied on January the 23rd and he filed his appeal on January the 28th. On February the 7th, 10 full days later, the SC vacated the stay and the man was executed. Alabama couldn't find an Imam in 10 days? No, they refused to find one. It is codified into law that they must give a prisoner a priest or pastor to give them their last rights, and so they are preferring one religion over another here. Kagan destroys the majority in her dissent (was 5-4 along ideological lines). Do not get me wrong- what he did was horrible. But the idea that a man is not allowed to be read his last rights whatever religion he may be, is just abhorrent to me.
  7. Thanatos

    Who trades for Antonio Brown?

    Player antics dont scare them? The Panthers? Since Tepper arrived, sure, but JR was the epitome of being scared off by player antics.
  8. Thanatos

    Who trades for Antonio Brown?

    Absolutely 100% not. That is a neg, good sir. Carolina's locker room does not need that cancer and our WR position is just fine tyvm.
  9. Thanatos

    Historical QB Rankings

    Eli Manning.
  10. Thanatos

    Time Flies...

    Well you also have to tolerate the Seahawks fans so that's a big ask.
  11. Thanatos

    Alliance Of American Football

    Defense wins championships, son. Respect the Iron.
  12. Thanatos

    Alliance Of American Football

    The Iron completely shut down Memphis, but Memphis did play Christian Hackenburg (who was mic'd up and kept cursing the whole time, lmao). Still they looked pretty good.
  13. Thanatos

    Alliance Of American Football

    So we had two games last night: Orlando Apollos 40, Atlanta Legends 6 and San Antonio Commanders 15, San Diego Fleet 6. Orlando looked downright impressive, and I really like those helmets, didn't actually see it was an archer before. Today we have two more games between the Iron and the Express and the Hotshots and the Stallions. Anyone watch last night or going to be watching today?
  14. Thanatos

    Rate Me ;)

    Let's break this down further: QB: Jimmy G- QB39; complete bust. RB: Saquon Barkley- RB1; great pick RB: LeSean McCoy- RB39; complete bust. WR: Davante Adams- WR2; great pick. WR: TY Hilton- WR14; solid pick. TE: Delanie Walker- TE92; complete bust. K: Mason Crosby- K5- Solid pick. Def: Saints- DST13- Meh pick. Onto the Bench, those people "poised for future stardom": QB: Joe Flacco, QB31- bust. RBs: Chris Thompson, RB66- bust. Sony Michel: RB35- pretty much a bust came on a bit at the end. Aaron Jones- RB24- very up/down dude, did some work later on. Jordan Wilkins- RB75- bust. Austin Ekeler- RB25- had a couple weeks with Gordon hurt, other than that, a meh pick. WRs: Mike Williams, LAC, WR32- Unless you had the foresight to start him in the game Keenan Allen went down, pretty much a bust. Ted Ginn, WR115; complete bust. TE: OJ Howard TE14- Better than Walker, but still not good. So to sum up, your team has three top-5 players- one of which is a kicker, and just six top-20 players, three of which are defense, kicker, and a TE. You hit on Barkley, Adams, and Hilton... and that's pretty much it. You may have played the waiver wire well and done well, but your bench is complete and utter garbage, and you have zero depth... anywhere. Congrats on the self-own, bro.
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