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  1. I’ve talked a lot about Los Primos, my nephews. One of their cousins (second cousin) committed to Utah. https://247sports.com/Player/JP-Zamora-46085877/
  2. I’ve got Carson, Ekeler and Mostert coming off injury and injury reserve. Picked up Ekeler and Mostert while on IR. Been patching the RB positions for weeks and using a WR at flex. Traded L Jackson for Ballage, finally trusting Herbert and drafted Jackson first so couldn’t drop him. Query: Justin Jefferson or Mark Davis subbing in for Thielen at flex in a PPR LEAGUE? I’m thinking Jefferson. Should be top target. Davis highly volatile.
  3. de Laura could be good but after Leach its tough to see someone so inaccurate. Also tough to see such bad redzone playcalling. Going for the edge rather than up the gut inside the five. Slow developing plays there really suck dick. McIntosh is a much stronger runner than he looks, went up the gut for an easy TD in the second half. Oregon was much better but with those turnovers we should have been three scores up at halftime. \_(ツ)_/¯
  4. In more significant news, I picked up Mostert and Ekeler in my fantasy league. Both slated to return in week 12.
  5. The most powerful Senator (after the majority leader) in a closely divided Senate will be Susan Collins or Joe Manchin.
  6. Manchin for President.
  7. I think your point on Porter and Levin is correct. At the same time I don’t think it’s surprising that there are more moderate Dems and swing voters deciding not to support progressive Dems than there are progressive Dems and swing voters that decide not to support moderates. The progressives have no viable options.
  8. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/11/10/what-happened-that-blue-wave/%3foutputType=amp Another view, but it doesn’t address why moderates can flip seats but progressives haven’t.
  9. That’s not contrary to the point being made of course.
  10. Good read For those who don’t understand how quotes or the internet works, Jennifer, the author of these tweets can be reached with comments at @JRubinBlogger
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