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in Introduce yourself Tue Sep 24, 2019 8:05 am
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Goff then enunciated his version of a sentiment that is more common in NFL circles -- especially among players, coaches and talent evaluators -- than most outsiders might imagine. While Tom Brady is obviously one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, and Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger are sure-fire future first-ballot Hall of Famers, Rodgers, among the cool kids, is frequently considered to be on another level.

For the record, Goff's wunderkind head coach, Sean McVay, isn't about to argue. Shortly before leaving the stadium, McVay expressed his relief at having been spared the prospect of a potential Rodgers two-minute drill, saying, "I mean -- Aaron Rodgers . He's made for that, and that's why he's one of the best of all time. Some of his throws today ... He's so good, it's a joke . He's not real life. The way that he's able to speed it up and make the ball come out of his hand, it's like a ascot hats trick video. You feel like you're watching an optical illusion."

The Meltdown and Spectre issues take advantage of a modern CPU performance feature called speculative execution. Speculative execution improves speed by operating on multiple instructions at once possibly in a different order than when they entered the CPU. To increase performance, the CPU predicts which path of a branch is most likely to be taken, and will speculatively continue execution down that path even before the branch is completed. If the prediction was wrong, this speculative execution is rolled back in a way that is intended to be invisible to software.

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