Man Bombs at Dinner Party; Can’t Stop Talking about Tony Pollard’s ADP

Brian DeAngelo found himself in hot water on Thursday night when he spent his wife’s dinner party continually fixating on Tony Pollard’s ADP. The evening started out congenially enough, with Brian mentioning Jerry Jones’ ill received comments on Zeke Elliott’s hold out. This transitioned fairly smoothly to politics. However, the conversation then stalled briefly when Brian interjected that Tony Pollard’s receiving chops might actually be a better fit for Kellen Moore’s offense. This drew uneasy glances from un-engaged couple of 4 years Amanda Karp and Chris Shires.

Things got back on track when the topic turned to the pop culture. Though Brian was noticeably silent during this stanza, and even appeared to mouth “who?” during a discourse on Marie Kondo’s outlook and methods. He soon perked up again when the discussion turned to the economy, but his attempt to shoehorn in a dialogue about the shifting economics for RBs under the current CBA was quickly rebuffed. He spent the next 8 minutes sulkily checking twitter and pretending to enjoy his green beans. Finally things came to a head when Brian simply cut off Renée Kimes halfway through her explanation of how she keeps her gluten free banana bread so moist, with “Would you take Tony Pollard in the 5th round or not?!”

Tony Pollard in the 5th seems a little early, but we like him in the mid 6th once the high end WRs are gone.

Source: RotoScientist on Twitter

Brian DeAngelo found himself in hot water on Thursday night when he spent his wife’s dinner party continually fixating on Tony Pollard’s ADP. The evening started out congenially enough, with Brian mentioning Jerry Jones’ ill received comments on Zeke Elliott’s hold out. This transitioned fairly smoothly to politics. However, the conversation then stalled briefly when Brian interjected that Tony Pollard’s receiving chops might actually be a better fit for Kellen Moore’s offense. This drew uneasy glances from un-engaged couple of 4 years Amanda Karp and Chris Shires.

Things got back on track when the topic turned to the pop culture. Though Brian was noticeably silent during this stanza, and even appeared to mouth “who?” during a discourse on Marie Kondo’s outlook and methods. He soon perked up again when the discussion turned to the economy, but his attempt to shoehorn in a dialogue about the shifting economics for RBs under the current CBA was quickly rebuffed. He spent the next 8 minutes sulkily checking twitter and pretending to enjoy his green beans. Finally things came to a head when Brian simply cut off Renée Kimes halfway through her explanation of how she keeps her gluten free banana bread so moist, with “Would you take Tony Pollard in the 5th round or not?!”

Tony Pollard in the 5th seems a little early, but we like him in the mid 6th once the high end WRs are gone.

Source: RotoScientist on Twitter

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