“From my perspective, this is the deepest and best draft class I’ve seen in probably 10 years. That’s been reinforced by most of the general managers and scouts I’ve talked to throughout the league,” said NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock, one of the most respected national talent evaluators. “I had one GM tell me the other day that having a top 20 pick this year is very similar to having a top 10 pick last year..
On Friday night, No. 1 seed Kansas (29 7) plays No. 5 Clemson (25 9), and second seeded Duke (28 7) takes on 11th seeded Syracuse (23 13) in an Atlantic Coast Conference matchup in the Midwest Regional in Omaha, Nebraska. “The reason why I was so excited was because we talked on the phone the night before, and he said he was going to return it,” Eric recalled. “I was just like, ‘Go ahead and do it. The only thing holding you back is you, so if you’re going to do it, just do it.’ I had my hands up the whole time, because he said he was going to do it..
It takes a while in this environment to learn how to manage it because so many people want to know stuff. He earned the right to say less because we won a bunch of football games over the last four years. Problem is, Jones isn going to say less. The rate for Hudsonites is 5.6 per cent, with only four per cent using public transit in St Lazare and 6.2 per cent in Vaudreuil Dorion. Pincourt (7.3) and le Perrot (8.1) have some of the highest Off Island ratios recorded in the MMC study.The percentage of West Islanders who drive themselves to work ranges from 66.7 per cent in Ste Anne de Bellevue to 74.3 per cent in Beaconsfield, to a high of 80 per cent in Senneville.Again, Montreal’s West Island boroughs are included with the central city, which had a 47.2 per cent ratio of people driving to work in 2016.The ratio for single user car use in Greater Montreal is 65.1 per cent, which includes all 82 municipalities within the MMC.The number of West Islanders biking to work ranges from 0.3 per cent in Dollard to 2.9 per cent in Senneville. In comparison, 3.9 per cent of Montrealers bike to work.It will be interesting to see whether reliance on automobiles will shift dramatically with the arrival of the Rseau express mtropolitain (REM), a $6.3 billion light rail network that will eventually open stations along Highway 40 in Kirkland, Pointe Claire and Ste Anne de Bellevue as well as at Trudeau airport in Dorval.Continuing to improve both the bus and train networks, in terms of reliability and frequency, might encourage more West Islanders to use public transit, but there is no guarantee.