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The Dynasty Aftermath: Death in the Streets

We look back on a wild past ten days.

We look back on a wild past ten days.

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The Dynasty Aftermath: Death in the Streets
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Antoine Nosotti
7 months ago

Toronto calls in the army for that much snow… I think your over-reaction is somewhat mild… 🙂

Antoine Nosotti
Reply to  Ken Kelly
7 months ago

I am jealous of the Pez dispenser btw… 🙂

james sizemore
7 months ago

Josh Palmer ??

Ed Fleming
7 months ago

Great Article as always Ken, best on the site every week!! Happy Holidays.

BigDee
7 months ago

I’d be worried if I didn’t sell my Pez dispenser collection when I could’ve …

Last edited 7 months ago by BigDee
BigDee
7 months ago

I’d also be worried if I thought the AZ Cardinals didn’t prioritize veteran production over draft picks that weren’t named Kyler Murray. And I’d be worried if Ken ever stopped writing his article.

Littlewing745
7 months ago

WIth regards to guys like Javonte Williams…are we sure we’re not just expecting what we want? Before the season, the word was “oh he may beat Gordon out in training camp.” Then it was, “oh, he’ll overtake Gordon by midseason.” Then it finally became, “oh he was so good when Gordon was out, it must be his backfield now.”
NOW it’s “wait till next year.” Is it possible Denver just doesn’t want a lead back and would rather split the work between two capable guys? Is a monster leap a sure thing, or are we trying to will it because we want it?

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