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25 puts you around 3rd amongst Wrs most years. Assuming they're healthy, Styles and Davis will for sure have more receptions. Lenzy is nearly certain to as well. He'll be battling Thomas for 4th which puts you in the teens-20's range and gets in the same territory as Styles freshman year. A great freshman season.I’d be slightly disappointed if TM only has 25 catches this year. That’s only 2 a game. I think 35 is a fair expectation.
He wasn't true heavy metal like Jethro Tull.Bon Jovi was known as hair metal, along with many 80s bands every bar patron knows. Rolling stone has Bon Jovi as having the 3rd best album of the genre.
That was all Kelly. If it's not a wide open path, fair catch. Minimize the mistakes.
MF can take as many gambles as he feels necessary, just please, for the divine’s sake, I hope he puts his foot down on an opponent. I want Notre Dame to give haters a serious reason to hate. No more conservative closes to a game. Honestly, I almost expect this of him. Be vicious on that field ‘til the last tick of the clock. Get those 2nd and 3rd groupings ready to sustain the destruction all game long.I have a feeling MF will be more of a gambler than Kelly was.
Good call. There was soft rock (George Michael), rock (U2, REM), hard rock (Aerosmith, Guns & Roses), and heavy metal (Metallica). The hair metal bands wanted to consider themselves hard rock, but they definitely spanned the gambit.
Bon Jovi was rock, bordering on hard rock.
But worth noting that the hair metal bands were definitely NOT trying to be ironic at the time. Calling them "hair metal" would have been an insult. It wasn't until the 1990s that Rock & Roll started lightening-up. It was more like hip-hop is now.
No one I ever knew considered them Hair Metal. That was Motley Crue, Ratt, Poison, Def Leopard. Everyone I knew in music totally put Bon Jovi in the same category as Kenny Loggins and Hall & Oats. Bob Jovi was always played on the soft rock channels and never appeared on Head bangers ball or other metal shows. Rolling Stone means nothing to me or most musicians. They are a corporate rag that’s mainly bought by people who listen to pop music. Totally different than people that listen to metal and hard rock.