Undoubtedly! Hey, I really feel for D&D! (not really) They were fully prepared to skip all this unnecessary stuff like the Riverlands, Northern Lords, etc. and barrel into the ending of their own making in 7 seasons. Then they were so inconsiderately informed through the media that they have to make 8 seasons and now have to go back and put some of those things in again. So, now on re-watch we can all just swap seasons 5 and 6 around and...aww, who am I kidding? It still won't make any sense and...I won't be re-watching anyway...
Yep, I'll also cop to liking Collinsworth. Also, I haven't thought about it for a long time but this talk of Theismann (it really doesn't rhyme with Heisman ) reminds me of how much I used to yell "Shut up, Theismann!!!" at my TV
If we are able to use week 1 scoring in Thunderdome, please replace Martavis Bryant with Allen Hurns (Greenseers). I'll use Roethlisberger's scoring from Thursday night. If we start scoring with week 2 then that's fine, too.
There aren't any "keepers" in Thunderdome (if by "keepers" you mean players kept from season to season). If you mean how many players does each team draft then it's 16. Each week teams start 1 QB, 3 WR, 1 RB, 1 W/R (flex), 1 K, and 1 D/ST. There are also 7 bench players drafted. It's a "re-draft" league or a league where new teams are drafted each season.
I don't know if that's exactly what you're asking but I thought I'd take a stab at it
Bloodraven may not have been "moving around" the North for a really long time, though. As I've said, IF Coldhands has been moving around the North for a really long time I would find it very disappointing if Martin never explains the Wildlings never seeing/knowing about/mentioning such an unusual being. I am very skeptical of that sort of scenario. I find it far more likely that Bloodraven created Coldhands when he needed an agent, so to speak, to protect and guide the extremely important Bran to him.
Also, do you have any quotes or other evidence that Bloodraven traveled to the "Land of Always Winter" to find the Others?
Well, sure. Literally, anything is possible. However, IF you're right and that turns out to be the case then I feel Martin had better explain it somewhere along the line or I'll consider it a bit of an oversight/mistake on his part. I mean, IF Coldhands has been awake and moving around the North for a long time, but no one has ever seen hide nor hair of him, I think that would come across as a bit of an ass-pull on Martin's part and I don't think he writes that way. The good news is, in my opinion, that no matter who/what Coldhands turns out to be I very much doubt he's been kickin' around the North for a really long time