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2023.05.29 04:59 RebinzAK Opinions on doing a trade in, need advice.

So, I have a 2018 Toyota Camry SE. it has 59k miles on it and is a 2 owner vehicle. It also isn't a rebuilt title, its clean. It has no body or interior damage as well. Its basically mint condition. But tbh I've never really loved the car and its styling; good car just not for me. So do you guys think I would be able to trade it in for a 2018 Honda accord with around the same miles? I don't no much about cars so I need advice if a dealer would be willing to do it. And is it even a just as good car?
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2023.05.29 04:27 ConstantFondant8494 About car chuchu

Anyone can recommend online shops( shopee/lazada ) para sa sasakyan? Balak ko kasi sanang bumili ng interior accessories/gadgets na magpapa-ayos ng sakay, at para makamura na rin, kung sakali. Or preferefer na lang din sa local shops sa lugar? Di rin kasi ako maalam sa car maintenance. Hyundai Eon , 2015 model pala, if anyone will ask. Thank You
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2023.05.29 03:16 Left_Style6261 What should I add next? (Accessory)

What should I add next? (Accessory)
Was thinking windshield tint, chrome delete, tailgate letter stickers, darker tint overall. 2018 f150 3.5l. Would love to hear any and all thoughts.
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2023.05.29 01:43 adamqureshi USED TESLA FOR SALE - 2018 Used TESLA MODEL 3 LONG RANGE AWD. Autopilot. Red. Black Interior. 29,400-miles. $31,999. Los Angeles. CALIFORNIA

USED TESLA FOR SALE - 2018 Used TESLA MODEL 3 LONG RANGE AWD. Autopilot. Red. Black Interior. 29,400-miles. $31,999. Los Angeles. CALIFORNIA submitted by adamqureshi to onlyusedtesla [link] [comments]

2023.05.29 00:41 CouncillorDoiron DRL Conditions

Does anyone know if you can enable the parking lights as DRLs when the low beams are on AND when the high beams are on?
The forscan spreadsheet has both options separate. Wondering if maybe I enabled both options?
Just wondering if anyone else has done this before I mess something up!
EDIT: 2018 F150 (Canadian)
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2023.05.28 22:30 JauneSiriusWhut USA Hypercar (excluding CA, FL, NY, AZ & TX) challenge part 10

X5M 2020
F150 Baja Raptor Shelby
ML63 AMG 2012
Facelift X4M
M5 F10
RS7 C7
Flying Spur V8
Flying Spur 2019 V8
Continental GT V8
M3 G80
M4 F82
M4 F82 in orange!
M5 E60
M5 F90
M6 E64 Cabriolet
X5M 2015
I8 Roadster
Corvette C1!
Corvette C2 Cabriolet
Viper SRT-10!
California & CTS-V
328 GTS
F430 Spider
488 Spider!
F-Type S
F-Type R
XKR Convertible 2010
F-Pace SVR
Huracan Spyder!
Probably the same Huracan Spyder LP580-2!
Quattroporte 2009 & Phantom
280 SE Coupe
S63 AMG 2013 & X5M
S63 AMG 2018
SL63 AMG 2012
GLE63 AMG Coupe facelift & GLS63 AMG
Lancer Evo 7
GT-R 2011
996 GT2!
991.2 Turbo S
Panamera Turbo 2017
356 Cabriolet rep
RR SVR 2018
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2023.05.28 20:50 True_Association_944 How long is too long ?

Hey y’all Truck been at the dealership for 3 months waiting for a replacement engine with no ETA. It’s under warranty but when does time start to be a true issue? 2018 f150 5.0 Roush sc.
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2023.05.28 19:58 Dark_Bubbles Opinions wanted - keep 2004 and rebuild or spend the (big) money on a newer truck

This is honestly for my son.
He has my old 04 F150 Lariat (newer body style).
Straight frame. no appreciable rust (Texas truck), 80% interior, 90% exterior (a couple dings, and some chipping paint). Sunroof no longer works, nor does the power sliding rear window, although that is most likely electronic related. 5.4 is still in good running condition with ~210k miles.
My son wants something new(er), but he is looking at spending stupid money for vehicles with 100k - 150k miles or more, or even a rebuilt or replaced engine. My suggestions to him was that he could rebuild the engine, clean up the paint, and repair the sunroof and rear slider. That would be far less than a new vehicle, and when he is done he can put another 200k miles on it.
He believes he would get $3k trade-in for the truck, and I told him flat out I will give him $4k and take it back to keep myself.
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2023.05.28 19:18 katogepi Questions about selling a 2002 VW Passat bundled with a parts car.

Hi- I have a couple of questions regarding how I should go about selling my old car. The car is in decent condition. The interior and the body are very nice, but it had some mechanical issues that I was sick of messing with so I got something else.
We also have a tow-away 2000 VW Passat that we used for parts. We’d like to get rid of both cars and think a mechanic or a handy enough person could easily get the car into a good spot. I’m just ready to get it out of my driveway.
I guess my question would be; do you think anyone is willing to buy a bundle like this? Each car cost 2k when we got them (in running condition) back in 2016/2018. I know the used car market is weird right now and I don’t wanna screw anyone over, but what would be a fair price for this? Is it worth the hassle or should I just scrap them both? I’m in a rural area so I know someone would buy them- I just don’t know what is fair.
Issues: (from what I remember) A hard start- like it always needed a jump despite replacing the battery multiple times. It had some transmission issues that we fixed, but I can imagine they would reappear eventually. AC issues.
I will try to attach photos in the comments.
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2023.05.28 18:53 true_nomad Harpies at Grand Central Station (Closed RP)

Joey had woken up at 7am, something he rarely ever does. today, though, was important, it was his first job for the camp. He put post it notes on both the Enyo and Circe cabin doors letting them know when (8:30) and where (His car which sat at the base of halfblood hill). He made sure he car was ready and his gear was packed. He felt somewhat bad for the smallest of the three that could be forced to sit in the extremally small bench seat in the back as apposed to the large single seats for the driver and passenger (Interior) . Joey didn't quite know what to expect from his first job, and he felt somewhat ill prepared. The only things he had with him besides his typical were his new armor and a backpack full of snacks and water bottles. He had both placed in what little room their was in the trunk, and between the fuel cell, the fire extinguisher, the already small trunk, and now his gear, it was almost full. This made him feel all the worse for whoever was riding on the bench, as they would start having to pack a side of the bench after 2 or 3 more items. He hoped to gods that they didn't over pack and bring a gazillion things. While Joeys car certainly wasn't practical (it wasn't ever meant to be), it sure as hell beat walking there.
At 8am, Joey ran back to the cabin, and had himself breakfast. This too, was very rare for Joey, even when he did wake up early on a non-school day. For the most part, it was nerves and him just trying to distract himself. He stood up, paced and sat back down, repeating this process for 15 minutes before nearly waking Matthew for the 3rd time. Just before he left the cabin, he grabbed one last ting from the cooler, hiding hit back under his bed and running out.
Joey now stood leaning on his car, with the radio playing 80s metal on low and the passenger seat down (for access to the bench), there was nothing to do but wait. Just as he got done stuffing his face with the ball of mozzarella wrapped in coppa and prosciutto that he grabbed from his cooler, he finally saw someone crest the hill.

u/helloworldart u/No_Nefariousness_637
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2023.05.28 18:29 Bikenoobsr First Truck Purchase: Sierra Denali Ultimate vs. F150 Limited vs. Ram 1500 Limited

Hey guys- looking for some help on picking the right (and first) truck. I've driven SUVs in the past and was going to step into a Porsche 911 this year until I found out that I'll be needing a babyseat in the back and didn't want to be that guy.
Initially was going to get into a new SUV (Defender was leading the charge), but then started exploring trucks as I've always wanted one but could never justify it. Now live in a slightly more remote area and have some decent home projects on the horizon (and I happen to love the utility and the look). Would love to hear experience of folks that currently have these trucks or have considered same fact pattern.
The Denali Ultimate is currently leading - I think it's the best looking of the three and really love the interior. Surprised that most new builds are not coming with Supercruise and in certain cases, wireless charging, yet they're maintaining the price. A little concerned about the 6.2L, although I won't be driving much (~5000 miles a year).
The F150 - I find the exterior a bit uninspiring but I really like the hybrid engine option. I find it odd that they force everyone to get a blue interior - if given the choice, I would never consider a blue interior.
Ram - The exterior is a bit dated IMO, but their interior looks really solid and the value prop seems strongest in this truck.
I'll be test driving each of them this week (I've seen them all in person), but would love to hear from owners.
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2023.05.28 17:06 wm218 Trying to find a 3phase breaker

I have been able to find three phase breakers up to 100 A. Curious if anyone knows of a compatible breaker that is three phase 110A or 125A. Thanks for your time
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2023.05.28 17:05 OrganizationQueasy94 2022 M340 - No upgrade, 47k, 23K Miles

2022 M340 - No upgrade, 47k, 23K Miles
Would you purchase a 2022 BM# M340i for 47k with 23K Miles on it? CPO until 2027 but no upgrades at all, the car was a BMW Demo Car for about 1 year. Below is the MSRP Sticker. Feel free to let me know your thoughts.

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2023.05.28 16:46 dataminer15 How are you taking your pets in the Palisade?

Hey everyone! Our 23 Palisade Calli came home a few days ago. Love the car so far! We have a 90lb lab that loves to travel with us. I’m not sure what has been the best accessories for big cars like these for taking pets without destroying the interior. Love to hear thoughts.
Also, I’ve checked canvasback and Orvis collapsible crate and probably my most likes products so far, but haven’t bought any yet.
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2023.05.28 16:34 CockroachLatter Buy High Quality Fiat 500 Car Mats From Simply Car Mats

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2023.05.28 16:28 OrganizationQueasy94 2022 M340i - no Upgrade, would you purchase?

2022 M340i - no Upgrade, would you purchase?
Would you purchase a 2022 BM# M340i for 47k with 23K Miles on it? CPO until 2027 but no upgrades at all, the car was a BMW Demo Car for about 1 year. Below is the MSRP Sticker. Feel free to let me know your thoughts.
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2023.05.28 14:56 Wghersi Loved it so much, had to start a second build

Loved it so much, had to start a second build
Absolutely love the modularity of these things. For those on the fence about the Icarus grip modules, it’s the best upgrade you can do, hands down.
Going to go with a Zaffiri ZPS.P Ported Slide with a Danger close armament barrel along with some other goodies that are on the way
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2023.05.28 12:35 teamcrazymatt Defending the Draft 2023: New England Patriots

No one can ever predict a Bill Belichick draft.
When people start assuming he’ll act based on his stereotypes (first-round trade down, OL early, no early WRs, all Alabama players or small school guys or guys from Rutgers), he’ll do the opposite. When the consensus is that he’ll shift away from those stereotypes, he’ll lean right into them.
So in observing mock drafts, both full and team-centric, there was a lot of accord that he would follow those stereotypes. (Adam Korsak, both a punter and from Rutgers, was EVERYWHERE.)
But then the end of April came.
Before then, New England had suffered a 2022 season full of embarrassment, from Matt Patricia and Joe Judge’s ineptitude at running the offense to a team that seemed to find new ways to lose in humiliating fashion (a certain ill-fated lateral sequence peak among them). The Patriots went from their dynastic reign as a team which would trounce their opponents in laughers to the team that everyone pointed and laughed at. Mac Jones’ Patricia- and Judge-sparked regression along with impressive cameo appearances by ‘22 rookie Bailey Zappe split the fanbase into Mac and Zappe camps, with sports media fueling the flame by spreading or outright fabricating rumors of Belichick shopping Mac, rumors which lasted through the first day of the draft. It was an ugly season and an uglier start to the offseason.
The franchise clearly needed to make changes in 2023, and changes started near the top. Patricia and Judge lost their roles, the former joining the Eagles coaching staff and the latter moving to lead special teams, a necessary move as this Belichick-led squad had plummeted to the lowest-ranked third unit. (More on that later.) Patricia had filled the dual roles of de facto offensive coordinator and facto offensive line coach, and filled both roles with the acumen of me designing plays in Backyard Football 2002, except I could actually design plays that resulted in touchdowns. Judge had manned the quarterbacks room, and given that Daniel Jones finally broke out for the Giants once Judge had been booted from mentoring him, you can guess how that went for Mac and the Pats. In his new role in charge of special teams, he has already cost the team two OTAs and Bill Belichick $50,000 for an offseason meetings violation, and has elevated his 2022 title of Co-Most Hated Man in Foxboro to Single Most Hated Man in Foxboro.
Anyway, New England needed to fill their old roles, and brought in:
Bill O’Brien, Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Coach A long-time friend of Belichick’s, O’Brien returns for his second stint as Pats OC, having dictated the offense in Rob Gronkowski’s record-setting 2011 season. Additionally, O’Brien comes by way of running the offense and the QB room at the University of Alabama, which spawned Mac Jones. Mac regressed in 2022 after an impressive 2021, but recall that 2022 was under the abysmal leadership of Patricia (calling his plays) and Judge (his direct coach), a situation in which no one could develop. By bringing in his old OC and QB coach, Mac has been put in the best possible position to develop in ‘23, a position which will much more clearly give fans a vision of his future as an NFL quarterback. (And the playcalling will be legitimate! It’s been but a year and we have already forgotten what creativity, route concepts, and misdirection have looked like!)
Adrian Klemm, Offensive Line Coach Belichick’s first draft pick after taking the helm in New England in 2000, Klemm has joined the team after coaching at Oregon last year. He comes with a strong reputation at that coaching position, having headed a Ducks O-line that allowed just five sacks in 2022. Last season, the Patriots saw a regression from their veterans on the line, most notably in Trent Brown’s newfound flag-happiness, and first-round rookie guard Cole Strange put forth a mixed performance. Bringing in an actual offensive line coach gives the team the best chance to fix any issues that showed in ‘22 and to develop their young linemen.
Of course, coaching was not the only issue last season, as New England was criticized for their lack of talent on the roster. Of New England’s high-cash free agent class of 2021, only edge rusher Matthew Judon shined in both his seasons in Foxboro: neither tight end Jonnu Smith nor wideout Nelson Agholor ever got off the ground, tight end Hunter Henry regressed after a solid ‘21, and wideout Kendrick Bourne found himself suddenly in Patricia’s doghouse and off the field. Moves needed to be made as the calendar turned to free agency.
Notable Departures
S Devin McCourty (retired) The most prominent departure from the ‘22 squad, McCourty is one of many who can be termed a quintessential Patriot. A first-round cornerback out of Rutgers in 2010, D-Mac made the switch to safety in 2012 and locked down the position for the next decade. When he was on the verge of leaving the team in free agency in 2015, even reaching out to Belichick to say goodbye, Belichick signed him to a top-valued safety contract and kept him in red, white, and blue. His leadership and personality made him a joy to watch on the field and off, his personality showing itself especially well recently through interactions with his twin brother Jason, who played alongside him for the Patriots from 2018 to ‘20. Statistically, D-Mac ends his career with 35 interceptions, one shy of the franchise record, and 4 touchdowns (two picks, a kickoff return, and a blocked field goal return). We miss him already.
P Jake Bailey (released; signed with Miami) What a drop. After an All-Pro season in 2020, Bailey signed a four-year extension in 2022 only to become the worst statistical punter in the league. After he was injured, the Patriots brought in Michael Palardy, who managed to be even worse (personally, I blame the team’s curse that comes with the jersey number 17). Neither punter remains with the team, Bailey joining an AFC East rival in the Dolphins and Palardy currently unsigned.
TE Jonnu Smith (traded to Atlanta) There is a strong case to be made that Smith is the worst free agency signing Belichick has made as Pats GM. In the two years since inking a 4-year, $50 million deal, Smith totaled just 55 catches for 539 yards and one touchdown, and a ‘22 restructure of his contract meant that Smith appeared to be a monetary albatross the Patriots would not be able to shake loose. What led to Atlanta agreeing to take on his whole contract, sending New England a seventh-round pick to get the player, I have no idea, but I think every Pats fan would agree that Smith didn’t work out in the least and a change was best for all sides.
WR Jakobi Meyers (signed with Las Vegas) Meyers’ departure was somewhat shocking, as the 2019 UDFA had worked his way up to the top of the Patriots’ wide receiver depth chart. More of a big slot guy than an outside #1, Meyers had a minor role in his rookie season and started 2020 at the bottom of the depth chart, but injuries to the players above him got him onto the field, and a 12-catch, 169-yard performance against the Jets that November meant he wasn’t leaving it anytime soon. While not possessing top-tier speed or explosiveness, Meyers was the team’s best route runner and separator, and his departure left another void that needed to be filled.
QB Brian Hoyer (released, signed with Las Vegas) Hoyer was third on the depth chart, Zappe having shown enough to take the #2 spot. While a fine veteran mentor, the Patriots chose to go a different direction with that third QB role.
WR Nelson Agholor (signed with Baltimore) Agholor was given a two-year contract in 2021 with the anticipation of his being the #1 receiver, something which did not happen due to his unreliable hands and separation abilities. For those two years and $22 million, Agholor produced 68 catches, 835 yards, and five touchdowns. Not worth it.
RB Damien Harris (signed with Buffalo) By far the most productive member of the Patriots’ atrocious 2019 draft class, Harris was good in New England but had been passed on the depth chart by sophomore Rhamondre Stevenson midway through 2022. Couple that with Belichick’s predilection to let running backs walk instead of giving them second contracts, sprinkle in a dash of two ‘22 draft picks (Pierre Strong Jr. and Kevin Harris) who will get more opportunities in 2023, top it off with the return of Ty Montgomery II from injured reserve, and it’s no surprise that Harris is no longer a Patriot.
T Isaiah Wynn (signed with Miami) Another former first-round pick, Wynn was all right as a left tackle though was criticized for frequent injury problems; with his fifth-year option picked up for ‘22, he was inexplicably switched to right tackle, where he was very bad. He never really earned the role of franchise tackle, so it was expected that the Patriots would let him walk.
But on the upside, the team now has:
WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (via Kansas City) After Meyers signed with the Raiders, the Patriots worked quickly to bring in his replacement in the slot. Smith-Schuster revived his career in Kansas City and is now in position to be a primary target for Mac for the next three seasons, possessing more explosiveness and speed than his predecessor. The biggest concern with JuJu is his durability, but I believe the Patriots have made preparations in the draft (spoiler) in case that becomes a significant problem. The fanbase is excited for Smith-Schuster on the field in Foxboro, and deservedly so.
RB James Robinson (via New York (the green side)) A one-time breakout UDFA in Jacksonville, Robinson’s role diminished with the rise of Travis Etienne Jr.; after being traded to the Jets, Robinson never got settled into a role. In New England, Robinson is likely first in line for the #2 RB spot behind Stevenson, an important role given that Stevenson’s overwork saw his productivity decline as last season came to an end. Robinson also possesses the pass-catching versatility that Belichick loves, a role Harris was never used in but Stevenson is, further suggesting he can have a significant spot on the field for the Pats.
TE Mike Gesicki (via Miami) As Smith never worked out as the co-#1 TE, here comes Gesicki. A pure pass catcher at the position, Gesicki has the size and hands to be a reliable target in the red zone, and should pair nicely with Henry for a potential TE-heavy formation as the team approaches the goal line.
T Riley Reiff (via Chicago) T Calvin Anderson (via Denver) While neither comes with the contract expectation of being a long-term solution at either tackle spot, the hope is that Reiff (expected to start at RT) will be an upgrade over Wynn, while Anderson serves as a reliable swing tackle who can start if needed.
LB Chris Board Jr. (via Detroit) Remember that awful special teams unit? Board is one of the NFL’s top special teamers, a player Belichick singled out when New England faced the Lions last year. It’s unsurprising he brought in such a veteran to help solidify the unit after… just all of last year.
QB Trace McSorley (via Arizona) By bringing in McSorley in Hoyer’s stead, the team is showing a bit of a shift in philosophy with how it is using its backup QB spots. Both Mac and Zappe are pocket passers; McSorley does most of his work outside the pocket and can run with regularity, a trend more common among top-level quarterbacks like Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. At minimum, he’s worth a camp spot, and that’s fine.
P Corliss Waitman (via Denver) Following the implosion of Bailey and Palardy at punter, the Patriots were on the verge of entering the draft with none on the roster. Waitman is a veteran addition there, but pretty much everyone expected New England to add a punter either as a draft pick or UDFA. (Another spoiler – my bad.)
After this free agency, many saw the Patriots as still having holes at the top of their depth chart at wideout, tackle, and cornerback. Tight end was also considered a need as New England, despite adding Gesicki to pair with Henry, does not have a tight end signed beyond 2023, entering the draft with only Matt Sokol and Scotty Washington behind their name duo.
Then they went on the clock, entering the draft with:
1-14 2-46 3-76 4-107 4-117 4-135 6-184 6-187 6-192 6-210 7-245
Here’s how it all went down.
Draft Picks
TRADE: 1-14 to PIT for 1-17 and 4-120 Although this trade was criticized for receiving too little back from Pittsburgh, it was not a major loss in capital according to the Rich Hill value chart (325 points to PIT, 320 to NE), and it came with enough high-level talent on the board that the Patriots were sure to get one of their targets. The way the board fell, fans most wanted Christian Gonzalez, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Zay Flowers, or Broderick Jones; when the Steelers took Jones, it became clear that the Patriots were not interested in him (reports came out that the Patriots had not been interested in Jones at all due to coachability concerns), but they were sure to land an exciting player after moving down only three spots rather than the seven-plus many mockers had predicted. Additionally, the Steelers landing Jones appeared to knock the Jets’ war room for a loop (though later video has shown that the Jets were expecting the trade), and the only thing New England fans love more than a victory is an opportunity to screw over the Jets.
1-17: Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon The Patriots’ selection of Gonzalez received universal acclaim, and it’s easy to see why. Despite having strong CB depth, the Patriots lacked a true #1 corner; Gonzalez has the ability, length, and athleticism to be that from Day One. The first-round pick via Colorado and Oregon was widely projected as a top-10 selection, so for New England to land him at 17 is a tremendous coup. From his interviews and his play style, Gonzalez seems like a quiet guy off the field who wants to shut the opponent down when on the turf. He’ll be fun to watch.
2-46: Keion White, ED, Georgia Tech White is another player falling under the new Patriots draft umbrella under Belichick and Matt Groh: as athletic as can be. While he is raw, White has the athleticism to play three downs along the defensive line and the versatility to move inside when the situation calls for it. The Patriots thought so highly of him that he was a player they were considering drafting in the first round, even considering a move back into the last picks of the round to snag him, but landed him at 46 anyway. How much he will play as a rookie is uncertain as New England has a very good edge duo in Matthew Judon and Josh Uche, but even if White has to take a year to get acclimated to the NFL, that’s not unheard of in Foxboro and has produced success for highly-touted picks: neither Nate Solder (first round) nor Trey Flowers (fourth round) took on long-term starting roles as rookies (though Solder filled in at right tackle plenty), but were established starters in their second years. Similarly, Uche (second round) started off as an occasionally-used part of a pass rushing rotation before hitting double-digit sacks last year, his third season in the league. And if White earns significant playing time in 2023, all the better.
3-76: Marte Mapu, LB, Sacramento State Here’s that small-school selection that detractors tend to point at regarding Belichick, but Mapu has elite potential. I got tipped off to Mapu late in the pre-draft cycle, and watching film of him I was reminded a lot of Kyle Dugger, another small-school Day 2 player who has turned into an excellent Patriot. Mapu is going to play linebacker, likely his best position, and fill the role of coverage ‘backer that New England has lacked for several seasons. He’s also athletic and scheme-versatile, having spent time at safety and linebacker while at Sacramento State, so he will be able to move around the defensive formation if the situation calls for it. Add to that his tackling, his closing speed, and his containment, and you’ve got yourself a potential stud.
4-107: Jake Andrews, C, Troy The Patriots need their future long-term center with David Andrews now 31 and having an injury history, and Jake Andrews (unrelated) is set up perfectly to be that guy. Andrews the Younger is built in the same mold as Andrews the Elder: both exited college as smaller in stature than other centers but able to get a push on defensive linemen from below, meaning Jake can easily learn specific bits of technique from David. While not expected to play the role immediately, [anagram: Ned Was a Jerk] is now in position to spend time behind [anagram: Swan Diver Dad], preparing himself to take over at center in the near future.
TRADE: 4-120 and 6-184 to NYJ for 4-112 4-112: Chad Ryland, K, Maryland This is not the first time Belichick has selected a kicker in the fourth round, selecting Stephen Gostkowski with pick 118 in 2006; with the Patriots in desperate need for a strong player at the position, moving up to make sure they could land him makes sense (especially with Jake Moody being selected by the 49ers at 3-99). And Ryland is what Nick Folk is not: a big-legged kicker with kickoff ability. Folk has been appreciated in New England for his accuracy, but his distance and accuracy notably declined in 2022, and when forced to kick off, his lack of touchback distance led to trouble, the Patriots surrendering a league-high three kick return touchdowns (including two in the season finale). It’s clear an upgrade at kicker was a requirement this offseason; with Moody gone, giving up a sixth to move up eight spots is absolutely fine. In doing so, New England has hopefully landed their kicker for the next decade.
4-117: Sidy Sow, G, Eastern Michigan At this point, it may be considered confusing for the Patriots to have drafted a left guard in Sow when last year’s first-round pick Cole Strange is entrenched there and Mike Onwenu mans right guard at an elite level, but Groh’s post-draft comments indicated the team would give Sow opportunities at left tackle as well. And not only does Sow have experience at left tackle, he has the size at 6’5” and 326 pounds. New England’s projected starting tackles are veterans Trent Brown and Riley Reiff, both of whom are over 30 and are in contract years; if Sow returns to the position, the former mauling EMU Eagle (heh, two birds) offensive lineman could ease the need at tackle for next offseason.
TRADE: 4-135 to LV for 5-144 and 6-214 5-144: Atonio Mafi, G, UCLA Another interior lineman? Yes. Mafi is a guard whom the Patriots worked with at the Shrine Bowl, and has the versatility to move between left and right guard. As the aforementioned Onwenu is in a contract year, Mafi has a clear path to a potential starting job in 2024, and the most important thing right now for the development of Mac Jones is keeping him upright. By selecting three offensive linemen – using a quarter of their 12 selections on the offensive trench – Belichick and Groh have signaled their intent to do just that. From all accounts, Mafi, who met with New England in a pre-draft visit, is thrilled to join the team; now it’s about proving it on the field.
6-187: Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU Boutte is the epitome of a boom-or-bust prospect, his elite 2020 and ‘21 being overshadowed by a disappointing 2022 that dropped him from clear first-rounder to a middle-of-Day-3 selection. As a freshman and sophomore, Boutte looked to follow in the footsteps of highly-drafted LSU wideouts such as Odell Beckham Jr., Justin Jefferson, and JaMarr Chase, showing a complete package of agility, speed, and route running. Unfortunately, an injury plus conflicts with his new coach Brian Kelly led to underperformance, and a poor combine performance cemented his draft stock as having drastically fallen. But if he can get back to his earlier form, where his talent and athleticism led to a combined 83 receptions, 1244 yards, and 14 touchdowns in his first two college seasons, Boutte could become the steal of the draft.
6-192: Bryce Baringer, P, Michigan State While New England had signed Corliss Waitman so as to have a punter on the roster heading into the draft, none assumed he was the long-term answer; when the Patriots made Baringer the first punter taken in the 2023 draft, it became clear who was. A walk-on turned cut turned best punter in college football, Baringer has a booming leg that showed itself in an average punt length of 49.0 yards in ‘22; he also holds the Michigan State record for career punting average at 46.0 yards. As a bonus, he worked with Ryland at the Senior Bowl, so the two have already begun to develop chemistry in the holding game. As another bonus, he wore No. 99 in college, and that is awesome.
6-210: Demario Douglas, WR, Liberty When one imagines a typical Patriots slot receiver – small, shifty, and explosive with the ball in his hands – one might well be imagining Douglas. The five-foot-eight Liberty product can absolutely fly, moving all around the formation and catching balls at all levels of the field. New Englanders got a preview of what Douglas’ game might look like when rookie cornerback Marcus Jones began to take snaps on offense last year; Jones was often put in motion before the snap, worked out of the backfield, and assigned touches where his elusiveness was the spark to gain yards. Douglas has said he models his game after Jones, a claim that demonstrates itself when one views his collegiate tape. I had a third-round grade on Douglas, so the Patriots landing him at 210 is a thrill. (Even though the Giants took one of my draft crushes in Tre Hawkins III the pick before, for which I’m still irked.)
6-214: Ameer Speed, CB, Michigan State The unknown about Speed is whether he will develop on defense; that is not his skill at the moment. There are three things known: his size (6’3”, 210 lbs.), his speed (4.34s 40), and his special teams prowess. With longtime special teams captain Matthew Slater likely entering his last year, the Patriots need to develop a new crop of special teams standouts, long a hallmark of Belichick’s Patriots from the time of Larry Izzo. Last year’s UDFA Brenden Schooler looks like one of those players already; Speed will certainly be given every chance possible to be another.
7-245: Isaiah Bolden, CB, Jackson State More tall athletic cornerbacks! The only HBCU selection in the 2023 draft, Bolden is an incredible athlete who likely earned his way to a draft selection by lighting up his Pro Day. Though just a role player on defense, Bolden has developmental traits that any defensive coach would love, and has also been a top collegiate kick returner, leading all of college football in 2021 with a 36.9-yard average on kickoff returns. I don’t see the two late-round cornerback selections as “throw players on the field and see who sticks” à la the ill-fated dual tight end picks of Devin Asiasi and Dalton Keene in 2020’s third round, but selecting players who might have longer chances to succeed, but if they do succeed can truly shine.
Though Bolden was the last of the Patriots’ 2023 draft picks, that did not conclude their rookie class as the period of UDFA signings immediately began. The Patriots have had an undrafted rookie make the Week 1 roster every year since 2004; with just a four-man class this season, chances are slim. They’re not impossible – their only 2021 UDFA, kicker Quinn Nordin, made it – but they’re definitely slimmer. Here are the four who can continue that streak.
Undrafted Rookies
Malik Cunningham, QB, Louisville The most expensive ($200,000) and well-known of the quartet, Cunningham’s slight build and arm as a quarterback led to piles of speculation of his switching positions. However, he has started off his Patriots tenure as a quarterback in rookie minicamp, so he remains a quarterback until further notice. Throughout college, Cunningham’s most intriguing asset has been his supreme athleticism at the position, something which showed up in testing, and it remains to be seen how the Patriots will use that athleticism to help the team. (It may be a good while until outside sources get a look, as minicamp and OTAs have thus far been closed off to the media.)
Johnny Lumpkin, TE, Louisiana-Lafayette After foregoing using a selection on a tight end in a deep draft class (another Belichick trend), New England instead brought in Lumpkin, who projects as a blocking tight end in the NFL. This offsets the biggest negative, his age (he’ll be 26 to start the season), as the Patriots lack a true blocker at the position. Whether Lumpkin can take advantage of this path to a roster spot remains to be seen, but his road to making the team as an undrafted rookie seems easiest at the moment.
Jourdan Heilig, LB, Appalachian State Like Board and Speed, Heilig joins the Patriots as a special teams standout, playing minimal defense as a Mountaineer (three snaps in 2022) but standing out in college on the third unit (210 snaps in 2022). He’ll have a chance to follow in the path of Schooler as a UDFA who makes his mark as a core special teamer.
Justus Tavai, DL, San Diego State The middle of the Tavai brothers (older brother Jahlani is a Patriots linebacker, younger brother Jonah signed with Seattle as a UDFA), Justus played alongside Jonah on the Aztec defensive line in 2022. While Jonah put up eye-popping numbers with double-digit sacks, Justus was a steady contributor as well, putting up 3.5 sacks and intercepting a pass. Tavai is the ninth man on the Patriots’ defensive line right now, so he has a difficult path if he wants to make the team.
He’s not an undrafted rookie, but the Patriots have also brought in veteran free agent Anthony Firsker, TE to compete with Lumpkin, Sokol, and Washington for the third tight end spot, the roster spot opened with their losing reserve Raekwon McMillan, LB to a partially torn Achilles tendon.
Projected Offseason Depth Chart (italics = rookie, (in parentheses = exclusively or primarily a special teamer)) (Note: the Patriots assign temporary jersey numbers in the offseason starting with 50 based mainly on draft position.)
QB 10 Mac Jones 4 Bailey Zappe 19 Trace McSorley 64 Malik Cunningham
RB 38 Rhamondre Stevenson 3 James Robinson 14 Ty Montgomery II 35 Pierre Strong Jr. 36 Kevin Harris 42 J.J. Taylor
WR 1 DeVante Parker 7 JuJu Smith-Schuster 84 Kendrick Bourne 11 Tyquan Thornton 58 Kayshon Boutte 60 Demario Douglas 82 Tre Nixon (44 Raleigh Webb) (18 Matthew Slater)
TE 85 Hunter Henry 88 Mike Gesicki 86 Anthony Firsker 87 Matt Sokol 17 Scotty Washington 65 Johnny Lumpkin
T 77 Trent Brown 74 Riley Reiff 76 Calvin Anderson 75 Conor McDermott 64 Andrew Stueber
G 71 Mike Onwenu 69 Cole Strange 54 Sidy Sow 55 Atonio Mafi 63 Chasen Hines 62 Bill Murray
C 60 David Andrews 53 Jake Andrews 65 James Ferentz 66 Kody Russey
DL 90 Christian Barmore 92 Davon Godchaux 91 Deatrich Wise Jr. 93 Lawrence Guy Sr. 95 Daniel Ekuale 98 Carl Davis Jr. 96 Sam Roberts 70 Jeremiah Pharms Jr. 67 Justus Tavai
ED 9 Matthew Judon 55 Josh Uche 51 Keion White 58 Anfernee Jennings (97 DaMarcus Mitchell) 51 Ronnie Perkins
LB 8 Ja’Whaun Bentley 48 Jahlani Tavai 52 Marte Mapu 30 Mack Wilson Sr. (45 Chris Board Jr.) 43 Calvin Munson 59 Terez Hall 47 Olakunle Fatukasi (66 Jourdan Heilig)
CB 50 Christian Gonzalez 31 Jonathan Jones 13 Jack Jones 25 Marcus Jones 27 Myles Bryant (61 Ameer Speed) 63 Isaiah Bolden 37 Tae Hayes 26 Shaun Wade 34 Quandre Mosely 39 Rodney Randle Jr.
S 23 Kyle Dugger 5 Jabrill Peppers 2 Jalen Mills 21 Adrian Phillips 24 Joshuah Bledsoe (41 Brenden Schooler) (22 Cody Davis) 29 Brad Hawkins
K 62 Chad Ryland 6 Nick Folk
P 59 Bryce Baringer 15 Corliss Waitman
LS 49 Joe Cardona 46 Tucker Addington
Conclusion Is this a perfect Patriots team? No. There are still long-term holes at offensive tackle and tight end, and there is a question mark as to who can be that pass catcher whom defensive coordinators have to plan for, a player the team has lacked for several seasons.
But is this an exciting Patriots roster, a team who has a chance to exceed their middling projections and expectations, a team worth watching and cheering for? Absolutely. Belichick and company have stabilized the coaching staff; added explosive, athletic players at nearly every position; brought in a new crew of players to take over special teams; and begun their draft with three players who could not only start in the NFL but have the potential to star. I fully believe that this is not an 8-9 caliber team, even in an AFC East with three other teams that have added big name after big name.
As Bill Belichick might say, we’re on to 2023.
We’re on to victory.
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2023.05.28 09:05 Professional-Pick132 Transforming Your Living Room with a Fireplace Makeover

A living room makeover can breathe new life into your space and create a fresh and inviting atmosphere. It allows you to update the aesthetics, improve functionality, and enhance the room's overall ambiance. It creates a gathering spot for family and friends and provides visual and physical comfort.
Assessing the Current Fireplace
  1. Evaluating the condition and functionality of the existing fireplace:
Check for structural issues like cracks, leaks, or damaged components. Ensure that the chimney and ventilation are working properly. Consider the size and heat output of the current fireplace to determine if it meets your needs.
  1. Determining desired changes or upgrades:
Decide what changes or upgrades you would like to make to the fireplace. It could include altering the design, improving energy efficiency, or enhancing the overall aesthetics. Assess if you need additional features like a mantel, surround, or hearth to complement the desired look.
Fireplace Design Inspiration
  1. Researching different fireplace styles and designs:
Find inspiration from various sources, such as interior design magazines, websites, and social media platforms. Explore different styles like traditional, modern, rustic, or contemporary. Take into account your home's architectural design as well as the living room's overarching theme.
  1. Gathering inspiration from interior design magazines, websites, and social media platforms:
Create a mood board or gather images of fireplaces that catch your eye. Pay attention to the materials, colors, textures, and overall design elements that appeal to you. It will help refine your vision and communicate your preferences to professionals when shopping for materials.
Choosing the Right Materials and Finishes
Exploring various fireplace materials: Consider different materials such as stone, brick, tile, or wood. Each material offers a unique aesthetic and can set the tone for the entire room. Consider the durability, maintenance requirements, and compatibility with the existing living room decor.
Considering the compatibility of materials with the existing living room decor: Consider the style and color palette of your living room when selecting fireplace materials. Choose materials and finishes that harmonize with the surrounding elements, such as the flooring, walls, and furniture. Strive for a cohesive and balanced look.
Fireplace Surround and Mantel
Selecting an appropriate fireplace surround design:
The fireplace surround frames the firebox and can significantly impact the overall look. Consider options like a full wall surround, a stone veneer, or a combination of materials. Consider the room's dimensions as well as the intended focal point.
Choosing a mantel style that complements the overall living room aesthetics:
The mantel is an opportunity to add character and personal style to your fireplace. Decide on a mantel material (e.g., wood, stone, metal) and design (e.g., simple and sleek, ornate, and traditional) that complements the overall living room aesthetics.
Fireplace Hearth and Backsplash
Deciding on the type of hearth material: The hearth is the area below the fireplace that extends into the room. Consider materials such as stone, marble, tile, or a raised platform for a modern look. Choose a hearth material that is visually appealing and practical for the space.
Adding a decorative backsplash to enhance the fireplace focal point: A decorative backsplash behind the fireplace can enhance its visual appeal. Explore options like mosaic tiles, textured stone, or a painted accent wall. Ensure the backsplash coordinates with the surrounding materials and complements the overall design.
Fireplace Accessories and Decor
Selecting fireplace tools and accessories: Choose functional and aesthetically pleasing fireplace tools and accessories. Look for items like log holders, screens, firewood baskets, and fireplace tool sets that match the style of your fireplace and living room. Consider both practicality and visual appeal.
Incorporating decorative elements: Enhance the overall ambiance of your living room by incorporating decorative elements around the fireplace. Consider adding artwork, mirrors, or candles on the mantel or adjacent walls. These elements can elevate the visual impact and create a cozy and inviting atmosphere.
Functional Upgrades
Consider adding a fireplace insert or gas logs if your existing fireplace could be more energy-efficient. These options can improve heating efficiency, reduce heat loss, and provide more control over the flames. They can also be more convenient and eco-friendly. Plan for storage solutions to keep firewood and fireplace accessories organized and within reach. Consider built-in shelves, cabinets, or decorative baskets that blend with the overall design. It will ensure functionality and contribute to a clutter-free living room.
Hiring Professionals or DIY Approach
Consider your DIY skills, available time, and the project's complexity when deciding whether to hire professionals or take a DIY approach. Hiring professionals ensures expertise and quality artistry and saves time. However, a DIY approach can be more cost-effective and provide a personalized touch. Certain aspects of the fireplace makeover, such as gas line installation or major structural modifications, may require professional expertise. Consult experts to ensure safety, compliance with building codes and properly install complex components.
Budgeting and Timeline
Determine a budget for the entire project, including materials, labor, and any additional expenses. If needed, research prices, obtain quotes from professionals, and allocate funds accordingly. Be realistic about your budget to avoid overspending. Outline a timeline for the fireplace makeover project to keep it on track. Consider factors such as ordering materials, scheduling professionals, and allowing time for unexpected delays. Setting deadlines and segmenting the project into manageable pieces can help you stay organized and guarantee timely completion.
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By assessing the current fireplace, seeking design inspiration, choosing the right materials and finishes, and incorporating functional and decorative elements, you can create a stunning focal point that enhances the overall ambiance of your living room. Take inspiration from the ideas discussed and embark on your fireplace makeover journey. Take advantage of the chance to add your touches to your living room and make it a welcoming place to unwind, host guests, and create lifelong memories.
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