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By TOM

Greetings Pats Fans,

First off I just want to thank all the fans of this site. I have been promoting my books for sale primarily on this site. As a result, I have sold almost 500 books in the past year. Thank you for your support and patronage, both are greatly appreciated. I cannot tell you how happy it made me when I read that report. So thank you Draft fans and Patriot fans alike, and mostly thank you to all the fans of my books and website worldwide.

7-Things For Indy: Part IV.

By TOM

6. What A Week- What a week. I was so sick this week with bronchitis that I heard the Pats were on the Road and ran with it. I got worse and worse as the week went on. Until Thursday. I took the afternoon off, and took a nap. I slept for three hours. When I nap for three hours that means I'm really sick. I was so sick that I watched the whole 1st Quarter without noticing it was on the road (I kept thinking. "damn, there are a lot of Pat Fans there;). 

The funny part was that I had to take my daughter to gymnastics. I was so out of it that I put my boots on the wrong feet and didn't notice. I walked down my front step, and my feet felt weird? So I looked down and I had two bozo shoes on my feet point off on opposite directions. My daughter couldn't stop laughing at me. 

But don't worry Pats Fans I went to the doctor at lunch yesterday and they hooked me up with some serious steroids. "That was great. We wanted to get him involved," Brady said. "Just good to have him out there. We all want it to be perfect every time we go out, but I was really happy to be out there with him. He's a great player, and obviously, the more great players you have out there, the better we're going to move the ball and score points." So I will be on PEDs, just like Edelman, for the next week. 

Yay. I feel young again, like I'm in my 30s again (damn I'm old;). Anyway we got some interesting one's going on this weekend. The Pats are about 90% likely to take a DL at pick 32 (for the uninitiated, the team that wins the Super Bowl pick 32nd;). The depth, range, and scoop of the DLs in this Draft is like nothing I've ever seen before. 

There are going to be Edge guys available at 32 and beyond that would have went top 15 in last years draft (or technically this year;). Someone like Chase Winovich, who is faster to the QB than Gary, though he is much lighter. He is also a maniac on the field, who loves-loves-loves to hit the QB. 

But in my mind, I am still looking at QBs and WRs. Buffalo is on TV again this week. Noon on CBSSN (261 locally). But Anthony Johnson is still injured, and not starting. But Buffalo does a good Day Three Prospect at QB Tyree Jackson, and legit NFL ILB Khalil Hodge. 

However, Michigan State is playing Northwestern on Fox Fake Sports News 1 (250 locally). Both could have QBs who could be on the Board at pick 32. 

Michigan ST Vs Northwestern. 

#95 Renell Wren- NT, RS SR- He can get upfield and sack the QB in the big situation.

#6 *David Dowell, FS, -

#2 *Justin Layne- 6-3, 183,, CB, - He has great size for a CB. He is sticky on WRs. When they get open, it isn't by much.

#99 *Raequan Williams, DT, - He has some clutch in him. He made the big stop on 4th down against ASU. He can really rush up the gut. Great quick Rip over the OLG to hit the QB. He powered the OLG right off his feet, and go and knock the ball out of the QB's hands. Great power when he has leverage.

#35 Joe Bachie- 6-2, 238, LB; - He has some great speed outside. Tough kid who got knocked out of the game, and came back in and got the first tackle on the next drive.

#72 Mike Panasiuk, DT, -

#48 Kenny Willekes, DE, -

#27 Khari Willis- 6', 215, SS, -

# Andrew Dowell, LB, 6-1, 225-

 

#14 *Brian Lewerke- 6-3, 220, RS-JR, QB, - He can make mistakes and go backwards, and then come up with the big play. He threw a beautiful 31-yard TD pass after a couple of bad plays against ASU. That is what you have to do to play QB in the NFL. Nice job looking at three guys, and then flicking it quick to his RB out in the flat.

He did a nice job on 3rd and 5 from the Five, he stepped back into the end zone and hit his WR Stewart over the middle for about 20. Ran the ball too much early in his career at Mich ST. Throwing it better in 2018. Nice job drawing in rushers, and then throwing the screen over them.

#18 Felton Davis III- 6-4, 200, WR, - Big receiver who is good over the middle. He has some shimmy shimmy shake in his feet. 

#3 LJ Scott- 6-1, 225, RB- , - He is big straight-linish slasher. He struggled with fumbles in 2017. Nice Zone runner, finding the backside for 1st downs. He is a tricky big guy. He can make guys miss on the screen behind his OLs like a gnat.

#81 Matt Sokol- 6-6, 260, TE, - 

#25 Darrell Stewart Jr.- 6-2, 217, WR, ;- He has some clutch in him. Reliable on 3rd down. Great size for a WR.

#59 David Beedle- 6-5, 333, OLG (21st); -  Big and strong he looks like an NFL player. Very strong hands with a great shoulder punch. He is a huge Michigan man built dude.

   

#14 *Brian Lewerke- 6-3, 220, RS-JR, QB, - Fourth-year player enters his second season as the starting quarterback in 2018 . . . ranked among the Top 10 quarterbacks in the nation (No. 8) by Sporting News . . . named to watch lists for the Walter Camp Player of the Year, Maxwell Award (college player of the year) and the Davey O’Brien Award (national quarterback of the year) . . . ranked one of the Big Ten’s best players (No. 9) by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . named preseason All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports (second team) . . . two-year letterwinner has played in 17 career games, including 15 starts (10-5 record) . . . has completed 58.4 percent of his passes (277-of-474) in his career for 3,174 yards, with 22 touchdowns and eight interceptions, while rushing for 708 yards on 145 career carries (4.9 ypc) with five touchdowns . . . has 3,882 yards of total offense, which ranks No. 18 on MSU’s career total offense list, and is also No. 12 on career total offense yards per play (6.27) . . . is also No. 10 on career list for both passing TDs (22) and passing completion percentage (.584), plus No. 14 for pass efficiency (126.6), as well as No. 15 on career list for pass attempts (474), pass completions (277) and passing yards (3,174), becoming the 16th Spartan QB to reach the 3,000 career passing yards plateau . . . member of the team’s Eagles leadership council.

#18 Felton Davis III- 6-4, 200, WR, - Huge WR with huge hands. He can make the spectacular one handed catch. Not a lot of quicks, but he can go up and snag the ball where DBs can't reach. 

Three-year letterwinner enters his senior season in 2018 as MSU’s active leader in receptions (69), receiving yards (976) and TD catches (10) in 32 career games, making 15 starts . . . first-team preseason All-Big Ten selection by CollegeFootballNews.com and Athlon Sports . . . ranked one of the Big Ten’s best players by CollegeFootballNews.com (No. 26).

#3 LJ Scott- 6-1, 225, RB- , - He looks like an NFL Big Back to me. He could be a Day Three starter for some team.

Fourth-year player and three-year letterwinner looks to lead the Spartans in rushing for the fourth consecutive season in 2018 . . . named to watch lists for the Maxwell Award (college player of the year) and Doak Walker Award (nation’s top running back) . . .  selected preseason All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports (second team) . . . ranked one of the Big Ten’s best players (No. 15) by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . has rushed for 2,591 yards in his first three seasons, ranking 12th on MSU career rushing yards list . . . is tied for No. 12 on career rushing TDs list with 24, joining Craig Thomas (1990-93) . . . also No. 11 on career rushing attempts with 531, becoming the 14th Spartan with 500 rushing attempts . . . also No. 12 on career rushing yards per game list (68.2 ypg) . . . tied for No. 13 on career touchdowns scored list with 27 (25 rushing, two receiving), matching Scott Greene (1992-95) . . . has played in 38 career games, including 18 starts . . . has nine career 100-yard rushing games.

#81 Matt Sokol- 6-6, 260, TE-  Fifth-year senior returns as the team’s starting tight end in 2018 . . . three-year letterwinner has played in 39 career games, with 11 starts . . . has 23 catches for 248 yards and one TD . . . member of the team’s Eagles leadership council . . . two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection . . . graduated in December 2017 with his bachelor’s degree in economics . . .  was one of 10 Spartans to help volunteer with the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts during the bye weekend (Sept. 15-17, 2017) in Houston.

 

#27 Khari Willis- 6', 215, SS, - Fourth-year player and three-year letterwinner returns as a starting safety in 2018 . . . nominated for the Allstate/AFCA Good Works Team for his community service . . . was the keynote player speaker at the 2018 Big Ten Kickoff Luncheon in Chicago . . . also named to the watch list for the Wuerffel Trophy, presented annually to the player who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement . . . has 112 career tackles, nearly evenly split with 57 solo tackles and 55 assists, including 5.5 tackles for loss and 4.0 sacks, along with six pass break-ups, two interceptions and one forced fumble in 33 career games, making 17 starts . . . ranks tied for second among active Spartans with 112 career tackles . . . member of the team’s Eagles leadership council . . . two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection.

2017 SEASON (JUNIOR): Named honorable mention All-Big Ten by both the coaches and the media . . . named recipient of the MSU Jim Adams Award (unsung hero: defensive player) . . . started all 13 games at boundary safety, recording a career-high 71 tackles, including 5.5 tackles for loss with 4.0 sacks . . . snared two interceptions to go with three pass break-ups in addition to one forced fumble . . . had six or more tackles in eight of the 13 games .

#25 Darrell Stewart Jr.- 6-2, 217, WR- CAREER NOTES: Fourth-year player and two-year letterwinner returns as a starting wide receiver in 2018 . . . can also return kicks and punts . . . has 53 catches for 530 yards as part of 952 all-purpose yards in 23 career games with five starts . . . was one of 10 Spartans to help volunteer with the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts during the bye weekend (Sept. 15-17, 2017) in Houston.

2017 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Emerging playmaker ranked second on MSU in all-purpose yards (813) and led team in plays of 20+ yards (13), while also ranking second in receptions (50), receiving yards (501) and receiving average per game (38.5), as well as third in TD catches (2) . . . led MSU in all-purpose yards in three games, topping career highs the first two games . . . 28 of his 50 catches went for either a first down or a touchdown . . . had 20 carries for 140 yards, primarily on jet sweeps . . . was named to Pro Football Focus Team of the Week twice (vs. Northwestern and Penn State) . . . named recipient of the MSU Jim Adams Award (unsung hero: offensive player) . . . had two catches for 15 yards against No. 18 Washington State in the Holiday Bowl.

#59 David Beedle- 6-5, 333, OG-  CAREER NOTES: Fifth-year senior and three-year letterwinner has played in 30 career games, including 14 starts . . . named to Outland Trophy Watch List . . . preseason All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports (third team) . . . graded tied for third among guards eligible for the NFL Draft by Pro Football Focus for pass blocking efficiency (98.9 rating).

 

 

#6 *David Dowell- 6-1, 196, FS, - "Dowell earned first-team All-Big Ten by the media and honorable mention by the coaches in his first year as a starter, thanks to ranking second in the league and 11th nationally with five interceptions. He is the seventh-best safety prospect for 2019 according to WalterFootball.com."

#2 *Justin Layne- 6-3, 183, CB, - "The converted wide receiver has the combination of size (6-3), speed and ball skills that NFL scouts love. He’s only entering his third season at MSU after playing as a true freshman but earned honorable mention All-Big Ten last year." Talented third-year player and two-year letterwinner has played in 22 career games, including 14 starts at cornerback . . . has 58 career tackles, including two for losses (9 yards) . . . has nine career pass break-ups . . . has snared two career interceptions . . . began his Spartan career as a wide receiver before transitioning to cornerback midway through his first season in 2016.". 

#99 *Raequan Williams- 6-4, 300, DT, - "An honorable mention All-Big Ten pick by the media, Williams was one of the anchors up the middle for MSU’s run defense that finished second nationally. A big junior season could vault him up draft boards, and he is considered the 10th-best defensive tackle who could enter the draft by WalterFootball.com."

#35 Joe Bachie- 6-2, 238, LB; - "Two-year letterwinner returns as the starting middle linebacker in 2018 . . . member of the team’s Eagles leadership council . . . named to preseason watch lists for the Bednarik Award (defensive player of the year), Nagurski Trophy (naton’s most outstanding defensive player) and Butkus Award (nation’s best linebacker) . . . named third-team preseason All-American by Athlon Sports . . . preseason All-Big Ten selection by CollegeFootballNews.com (first team) and Athlon Sports (second team) . . . ranked one of the Big Ten’s best players (No. 8) by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . has 112 career tackles, including 10.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks, adding three interceptions, two pass break-ups, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery in 19 career games with 13 starts."

#72 Mike Panasiuk- 6-4, 285, DT, - "Third-year player and two-year letterwinner has started 16 consecutive games at defensive tackle, tied for the longest starting streak on the team . . .  has 39 tackles, including three for losses and 0.5 sack, in 25 career games."

#48 Kenny Willekes- 6-4, 260, DE, - "CAREER NOTES: Fourth-year player returns for his second season as a starting defensive end in 2018 . . . named to the Ted Hendricks Award preseason watch list (nation’s best defensive end) . . . preseason All-Big Ten selection by Athlon Sports (second team) . . . has 73 tackles, including 14.5 tackles for loss and seven sacks, in 14 career games, including 12 starts . . . former walk-on earned a scholarship in the spring of 2017."

#2 Clayton Thorson- QB, 6-4, 200, Rs Sr.- He was terrific in the 1st Half against Michigan (I am actually watching the 2nd half now;). Thorson drove his team down the field for two early scores against Michigan’s great defense to go up 10-Zip. I think it’s important to see what QBs do against defenses who have NFL talent at all three levels.

He rises up some charts, but he is not a lock to be gone before the Pats pick. He plays in the now normal in college wacky spread offense. He never goes under center. He is not a scrambler but a thrower. He looks like an NFL to me, but it is still early.

Things went to crap in the 2nd and 3rd. 

#72 Blake Hance- OLT, RS SR,- 

#59 J.B.Butler- OLG,  Rs-Sr.-

#71 Tommy Doles- ORG, Rs- Sr- 

 

 

 

 

#24 Montre Hartage- 6’, 195, CB,- 

#97 *Joe Gaziano- 6-4, 275, DE,- He led the Big Ten in Sacks in 2017 as a Soph. if he does that again he come out as a Junior.

#41 Jared McGee- RS SR, FS-

#32 Nate Hall- SAM, Rs Sr.-

#2 Clayton Thorson- QB, 6-4, 200, Rs Sr.- 

#72 Blake Hance- OLT, RS SR,- 

#59 J.B.Butler- OLG,  Rs-Sr.-

#71 Tommy Doles- ORG, Rs- Sr- 

 

 

 

 

#24 Montre Hartage- 6’, 195, CB,- 

#97 *Joe Gaziano- 6-4, 275, DE,-

#41 Jared McGee- RS SR, FS-

#32 Nate Hall- SAM, Rs Sr.-

 

 

BC VS NC ST:

#89 Tom Sweeney- TE, RS JR- He is a great Redzone target. Great goal line target. He knows where the marker is and he fights to reach it. He can hold his block for a long time, as the little WR dances behind him for what seems like minutes. He is the guy defense consistently double ad even triple. He keeps getting better as a blocker.

#6 Jeff Smith- WR, SR- He still has the arm, and threw a TD pass against Temple on a fake end around. Nice speed on end around. He played QB in high school. Breaks off passes for the easy short ones well. But he will be drafted for his ability to get open deep, and his nose for the endzone.

#75 Chris Lindstrom - ORG- Great job grabbing and turning the DT on run downs. He is an NFL OC. He is so good at doubling the DT, and then grabbing him as the OG turns outside to help out. Big strong and tough run blocker. Excellent grabbing rushers, and dancing with them in pass pro. When they really need it, the run behind him most of the time, and with their terrible kicking game they go for it on 4th down more than anyone else.

Two-time Captain Makes the calls.

#77 Jon Baker - Center- Terrific job pulling to the left. He gets good movement on short yardage.

#67 Aaron Monteiro- OLT, SR- Plays a little high. Keeps his hands down moving backwards. He will over pedal, and give up the inside move.

#3 Michael Walker - WR/KR- He is a good slot guy. He catches it short and knows where the marker is.

#2 **A.J.Dillon- RB, SO- Great speed for a 240-pound back. When he gets free heading up field, he never gets caught from behind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#2 Zach Allen- 6-5, 272, DE/DT SR- He was great last week against Temple. He is so relentless to the QB. I worry about his knack for hitting the quarterback, he gets lost in the backfield too much. But he was disrupting the Temple offense all game, like a one-man wrecking ball.

He seems to arrive at the QB just after the ball is gone a lot, but when he hits a QB he hurts him. He seems to play better on the strongside. He never gives up on the play. He has developed a nice shoulder club Dip move to the QB. He is so consistent driving the ORT back to the QB. That is what he does best.

#21 *Lukas Denis- Jr, FS, 5-11, 186- He got thrown out of the Temple game for targeting.

#8 *Will Harris - Safety- He is a great tackler. I love how he grabs the ball, and then hits with his shoulder pads, and tries to pull the ball out as he knocks the WR backwards.

#13 Connor Strachan - Linebacker

#11 Wyatt Ray - DE- He has excellent long arms. He looks the part.

#96 Ray Smith- DT, SR-

#15 Ryan Finley- QB, 6th year-SR- 2017: Boasted the longest streak of pass attempts without an interception in the FBS with 339.  He had not thrown a pick since the Miami game in 2016 before throwing one vs. Notre Dame. That was second-longest streak in school and ACC history. Only Russell Wilson had more (379) and his streak is the NCAA record. Ranked 10th in the Power 5, 2nd in the ACC, in passing yards  with 3,518  - the fourth-best single-season mark in school history. Boasted the second-best completion percentage in the ACC (10th in the Power 5) with a .651 mark. That was the third-best single-season mark in school history. One of just five finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award - the only ACC quarterback to make that list. Named the ACC Offensive Back of the Week for his performance against Louisville, he was also named a Manning Award Star of the Week. Ranked sixth in the Power 5, second in the ACC, in completions per game (24.0). Ranked 14th in the P5 in total offense: 285.5 yards per game. His 3,712 yards of total offense was the fourth-best single-season mark in school history, second-best by a Wolfpack junior.

#3. *Kelvin Harmon- WR, NC State This kid looks like an NFL WR already. He is still a junior, but if he can produce like last season (59 catches for 1,017-yards) he is coming out. He could a great addition for the Pats at 32 or the 2nd Round. He has been Ryan Number One for the last two seasons. He has the speed, and he can make guys miss with the ball in his hands.

OVERALL: Has 96 career catches after just two years, the No. 20 mark in school history. His 1,479 receptions yards is the 17th-best career mark ever for a Wolfpack player. Has seven 100+ yard receiving games for his career, the fifth-best mark in school history. Named a Columbus Touchdown Club Player to Watch for 2018.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2017): The first Pack receiver since 2003 to go over the 1,000-yard mark in a season. His 1,017 yards ranked sixth in school history - second-best ever for a Wolfpack sophomore.  That was the second-best mark in the ACC for the season. 69 receptions in 2017 ranks fourth in school history for a single season, best ever for a sophomore. Boasted six 100+yard receiving games - the fourth-highest single season tally in school history. A second-team All-ACC choice on the official league squad, he was named to the ACSMA first team. A Biletnikoff award candidate. Hauled in a career-high 155 yards on 8 grabs versus Clemson. First WR to open the season with back-to-back 100-yard games since Koren Robinson in 2000. Earned the team’s Gary Rowe Award for wide receiver of the year.  

#11 Jakobi Meyers- WR, Rs-Sr, -

#53 Tyler Jones-  OLT, Rs-Sr-

#9 Terronne Prescod- OLG, Rs-Sr-

#70 Garrett Bradbury- OC, Rs-Sr-

 

#45 Darian Roseboro- DE, Sr – -

#3 Germaine Pratt- LB, Rs- Sr

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:

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The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:

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What happened to the Republican Party? 

 

They are now the: pro Russia, pro Putin, pro KGB, 

 

pro North Korea, and the pro Sexual Assault Party? 

 

"During our meal, Christine was visibly upset, so I asked her what was going on,” Gildo-Mazzon said in her declaration. “Christine told me she had been having a hard day because she was thinking about an assault she experienced when she was much younger. She said she had been almost raped by someone who was now a federal judge. She told me she had been trapped in a room with two drunken guys, and that she had escaped, ran away and hid."


President Dumbass is a sexual assaulting clown. 


Why're we shocked that he would chose a sexual assaulting clown 

 

for the no longer supreme court.


The worst thing is that they know he is a rapist.


Turtle face McConnell knows he is a sexual assaulting little monkey.

All the (R)s know.

 

"Christine expressed anger at Mr. Turner’s lenient sentence, stating that she was particularly bothered by it because she was assaulted in high school by a man who was now a federal judge in Washington, D.C.," Koegler said. "Christine did not mention the assault to me again until June 29, 2018, two days after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his resignation from the Supreme Court of the United States."

 

The only reason to not allow the FBI to investigate is that they know.


If Kavanaugh was innocent" 

 

The (R)s would have the FBI putting on rubber gloves. 

 

and sticking an icky finger up everyone's butt.


But blocking an FBI investigation is an open admission 

 

that Kavanaugh is a sexual assaulting turd. 


President Dumbass is a sexual assaulting clown 

 

who brags about sexually assaulting multiple Women.


Who else would he nominate but a sexual assaulter. 

 

"I was walking my dog and Christine was outside of her house. I stopped to speak with her, and she told me she had read a recent social media post I had written about my own experience with sexual assault," White said. "She then told me that when she was a young teen, she had been sexually assaulted by an older teen. I remember her saying that her assailant was now a federal judge."


The Cowardly Congress knows this, period. 

 

That is the only logical explanation. 


The only reason to hide the sexual assaulting clown’s 

 

criminal history?


Is because they know he is a sexual assaulting clown.

 

"In his declaration, Ford’s husband said he learned of his wife’s experience with sexual assault “around the time we got married” but that she didn’t share details until a couple’s therapy session in 2012. “I remember her saying that her attacker’s name was Brett Kavanaugh, that he was a successful lawyer who had grown up in Christine’s home town, and that he was well-known in the Washington D.C. community,” Russell Ford said."


IF THEY THOUGHT KAVANAUGH WAS INNOCENT 

 

 

THE FBI's

 

 

 INVESTIGATION WOULD HAVE BEEN DONE BY NOW!!!


God only knows how many accusations the (R)s are hiding 

 

 

in the 10 million documents 

 

 

that the (R)s are hiding from We The People and the FBI. 


The alleged party of morals (which was always BS to me)


is now the Party of the KGB, Nazis, Rapists, and Sexual Assaulters.

 

"However, in the end she believed her civic duty required her to speak out," Russell Ford said. "In our 16 years of marriage I have always known Christine to be truthful person of great integrity. I am proud of her for her bravery and courage."