After Scott Hartman's release of his skeletal reconstruction of the giant dromaeosaurid, especially after the discovery of the six individuals which were buried with the iguanodontid, I can't seem to stop thinking just how truly bizarre it is. Being more robustly built than other dromaeosaurs, it actually reminds me a bit of the Smilodon to some degree (well minus the sabre-teeth, of course). Judging by its anatomy, I wonder if it would have employed similar hunting tactics, namely sneaking up on prey till it got close enough or if it may have also leapt from maybe rocks and then employ raptor-prey-restraint, like some of its relatives may have done. Think the weight would have helped with pinning down prey, but I still wonder if its feet could have also been suited to the task. I guess only time and plenty of research will tell.