Ole Miss WR D.K. Metcalf Is One Big Dude Who Is Getting Even Bigger For The NFL Draft
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Ole Miss WR D.K. Metcalf is getting ready for the NFL Draft by turning into a superhero...


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Mr. Ped.
Reply2 months
juice!
Reply2 months
Da fuk???!??
Reply2 months
He’s going to Laron Landry himself out of the league before he knows it.
Reply2 months
David Boston says hi
Reply2 months
I was typing the same thing when I saw this. touche!
2 months
Dude is freaking huge.
Reply2 months
Did nothing against DBU.
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His father was a guard for the Chicago bears for seven years. Dude's got some size in the blood.
Reply2 months
Test and other PED’s has to be involved.
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Why? Hard work, good genetics have a lot to do with it. Always wondered why people can't just respect the hard work these world class athletes put in without have to same something negative because they have accomplished something that 99.9% of the world never will.
2 months
I know this is a shitty topic, and I'm going to piss a few people off. full disclosure, I am a AA man. At some point, when we are 100% comfortable talking about race and the history of slavery. There needs to be a study on the forced selective mating of slaves and how long those physical genetics propagated in the AA male. We see it in sports everyday but are too afraid to ask about its origins. To my knowledge, the 400 years of mating control is unique in the history of man. the irony being that the physical traits being bred in to make the "perfect slave" benefit the descendants making them multi millionaire "Free men."
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That kind of talk got Jimmy The Greek fired.
2 months
The idea that 400 years of forced breeding has resulted in a physically stronger race is an antiquated idea that has been thoroughly debunked. It’s the definition of racist. To challenge your idea, ask yourself how the breeding of slaves to increase crop yields and efficacy of labor is any different than the 10,000-to-100,000 years of voluntary human breeding for essentially the same goal.
2 months
I often wonder about that as well because I have been aware of that practice. I also wonder I also wonder how many generations it will be before that effect will be nullified. You're right it's a quite interesting topic but unfortunately taboo as well.
2 months
Looks like David Boston all over again
Reply2 months
If he is looking to play TE, this is a good move. If he wants to run a decent 40, he should be getting lean.
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looking to get lean? lol you tard. that looks to be about 7% body fat.
2 months
Maybe if any of the Saints WR had some muscle, they could take a little contact.
2 months
Yea, MT definitely isn't one of the best over the middle WRs in the league. :rolleyes:
2 months
Put him at LT
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