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So this week’s theme here at SB Nation was Marvel Week and one of the most common debates within the MCU universe is the rankings of the films, themselves. Some people hold more weight in the Avengers flicks while some my lean towards the individual flicks like Spider-Man: Homecoming and Black Panther.
Every person is going to have a different top three, five, or 10. Every person likes something different and prefer certain aspects of the films to others. Some enjoy the funnier films over the ones jam-packed with action. Some take them both with equal enjoyment.
But the one point I’m here to make this morning is that Thor: Ragnarok is a top three movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There is no debate with this one!
It’s a perfect marriage between witty and smart comedy with radical action. It also introduced us to one of the most significant and important characters in the entire MCU: Korg.
That man is a damn angel. He got nowhere near enough screen time in Avengers: End Game and I’ll forever be upset about it.
But anyway, that’s my short Ted Talk.
Now here are the links.
Gavino Borquez highlights five Chargers games that could be in primetime (Chargers Wire)
Kristopher Knox thinks Melvin Ingram will be on a new team in 2021 (Bleacher Report)
Jason Reed details how the Bolts are pegged to finished third in the AFC West (Bolt Beat)
Alexander Insdorf grades the 2020 wide receiver group (Bolt Beat)
Gavino Borquez reports Derwin James being listed as a top-25 player under 25 (Chargers Wire)
Roger Goodell asks teams not to publicly comment or speculate on the 2020 season (Pro Football Talk)
Curtis Crabtree reports S Earl Thomas was held at gunpoint by his wife earlier this year (Pro Football Talk)
Adam Kramer details the lasting residuals following the end of the XFL (Bleacher Report)
Brent Sobleski points out every team’s best player who could be cut (Bleacher Report)
Todd McShay lists his favorite picks from the 2020 NFL Draft that he was forced to miss (ESPN)