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BostonIdol

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Mar 8, 2019
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I'm well ahead of schedule now, so I'm going to take a break for a while. I've been trying to roll out 6-12 cards per day to give anyone watching the feeling of ripping a pack and finding new cards, albeit from the same team. I would welcome feedback on that approach or the cards themselves. Any early favorites? Any you would like to see redone?

Thanks!
 
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BostonIdol

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Mar 8, 2019
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Planning for 18 cards per team. Typically start with six offensive skill positions (QB, RB1, RB2, WR1, WR2, TE), six defense, a kicker, and a punter, which leaves four slots for a backup QB, extra skills players, offensive linemen, and defenders. This approach was influenced by collecting Topps football cards in the mid-seventies when kicker and punter cards were printed for most teams, even if there were less than 12 player cards for that team.
 

BostonIdol

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Mar 8, 2019
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Was surprised to discover that Demaryius Thomas had signed with the Patriots. Didn't notice it when it first happened, so either I missed it or Demaryius is no longer newsworthy.

2019_NEW_Demaryius_Thomas.jpg

Love this picture because it looks like he's reached the "Brandon Marshall Journeyman" portion of his career and knows it.
 

BostonIdol

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Mar 8, 2019
193
I think Washington did the right thing by not offering a long term contract to Kirk Cousins, the Jeff Fisher of franchise quarterbacks, but it's getting harder to defend that position.

2019_WAS_Alex_Smith.jpg 2019_WAS_Case_Keenum.jpg 2019_WAS_Dwayne_Haskins.jpg
 

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