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  2. Wow is there actually a good possibility that Russell Wilson isn’t the starter of the Seahawks next year?
  3. He is but it means that on the rest of his snaps he isn't that good according to them. It's 7 highlights snaps out of 350. There's room to look bad in those 343 snaps.
  4. I wouldn’t forsake the defense in the draft by any means and that is where a lot of our needs clearly are. But I am hoping we can fill some of those voids in free agency and would consider getting some young offensive play makers in the fold. Particularly at receiver and a future starting potential offensive lineman. I see some veterans out there that will not be on this roster much longer. Also, we need to really see year five what Baker can do with decent WRs, as we continue to see somewhat of a mash group. OBJ is also out the door and Jarvis’ future is somewhat an unknown.
  5. Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers are obvious upgrades where basically every team in the league would and should be interested. So you would be foolish not to want those guys. Probably not realistic though. Outside of that, I don’t see anyone that I would be willing to go hard after to replace a guy who has had more success here than anyone else in a long time. He has shown enough that giving up on him when he is playing with an injury would be pretty rash. Especially when there is no urgency and you can see what he can do when healthy, with year five control. I don’t get the fascinat
  6. Keenum is not a multi week viable solution. I am more interested in seeing what Mullens can give us if this is going to linger past week 7. If he was advised against going, I am struggling to see him suit up against Pittsburgh. I know he will want to. No bye week until week 13 is ludicrous. As much as it is going to hurt to watch, I do think the smartest move is to rest him until he can play unaffected or without long-term risk. Whenever that is. It’s going to be painful though, seeing Keenum “lead” the offense without our top two running backs and with offensive li
  7. I think the scheme points raised by @AnAngryAmericanet all are valid. In my opinion, it's less about the individual playcalls and more about the inconsistency in your identity. What are you actually trying to achieve with your Offense? That has a huge impact on a group like your OL in my opinion. There's just no flow to what you're trying to each week in week out. The best Offenses in the league have a clear identity. Then, you can actually use your identity to create misdirection, i.e use your tendencies against the Defense. McVay is the absolute master of this. 2 plays look the exa
  8. Yesterday DID NOT PARTICIPATE Patriots DT Davon Godchaux (finger) DE Deatrich Wise Jr. (knee) LB Dont’a Hightower (elbow/ankle) CB Jonathan Jones (ankle) CB Shaun Wade (concussion)
  9. I went Steelers, Washington, New Orleans, Houston I think the likes of Goff and Darnold will get another season at least
  10. KEEP Hightower, Wynn, Winovich, KVN, Agholor, Meyers, Cowart, JJones, Bryant, Cardona, King, Hoyer, Bolden, Davis, Bentley, Phillips, Slater, Olszewski, Anderson, Jackson GONE Guy, Brown, Harry, Williams, Keene, Jennings, Karras, McCourty, Johnson, Langi, Collins, Stidham, Durant I think more will stay than you think. Hightower one more season, but Dev retires
  11. I just think he has been dealt a really tough hand as far as offensive personnel the last couple weeks. Broncos will be a test given what we have.
  12. Today
  13. He lost his job to an undrafted international prospect who didn't play football until 2018. That's a bust.
  14. Isn't Trevon Diggs the one who is literally intercepting everything in site?
  15. It's a shame because the NFL really does need an aesthetically pleasing lefty QB. It's like pro golf with no good left handers - just not the same.
  16. En Why Jay Points scored: 13.4/game (32nd) Yards gained: 1,335 (31st) Passing offense: 98-for-171, 965 yards, 4 touchdowns, 9 interceptions, -0.203 EPA (32nd) Rushing offense: 104 carries, 370 yards, 3 touchdowns, -0.121 EPA (20th) The unit is ranked worst in the league in points and has turned the football over nine times — all of those interceptions thrown by Wilson. If there is one positive, it is the fact that New York’s is one of just two offenses in the league not to lose a fumble at this point in the season. Defense Points against: 24.2/game (18th)
  17. Some really interesting points made. It's going to be fascinating to see how it develops. I wonder what Sutton's approach will be - will he take a (fair) offer from us, with his injury in the back of his mind and knowing that at any moment it could happen again? Or, does he bet on himself and force himself on to the open market? The franchise tag is definitely not out of the question for Courtland.
  18. Denver at ClevelandCarolina at N.Y. GiantsAtlanta at MiamiWashington at Green BayCincinnati at BaltimoreN.Y. Jets at New EnglandKansas City at TennesseeDetroit at L.A. RamsPhiladelphia at Las VegasHouston at ArizonaChicago at Tampa BayIndianapolis at San FranciscoNew Orleans at Seattle
  19. Trying to package Chase Edmonds / Damien Harris for Darrell Henderson. I need a solid RB 2 (I have Mixon) and he needs RB's (he also has CMAC, Gaskin, Jamal Williams, and Mike Davis).
  20. Byes this week are such a headache, I have Diontae Johnson/Diggs on bye plus Toney isn't playing.
  21. Pro Football Network uses the very first line of their draft assessment to say this; 'Kirkland keeps a wide base in pass protection, and he plays with decent hip sink. His sheer width allows him to cover a large area along the edge. The Washington OG has an extensive reach, and his size makes it difficult for defenders to gain separation. On top of his sheer size, Kirkland owns stellar natural balance. He’s not easy to move off-base, and his footwork helps to channel and strengthen his balance.' Perhaps take another look. Onwenu is a decent comparison. 40 starts by draft,
  22. This is interesting pick between Broncos or Browns........ I now know how you are 1st 🤣
  23. Sorry LomaxgrUK made me understand that my interventions not being relevant I should shut up as I had planned 😁 Week 7 Denver at Cleveland Carolina at N.Y. Giants Atlanta at Miami Washington at Green Bay Cincinnati at Baltimore N.Y. Jets at New England Kansas City at Tennessee Detroit at L.A. Rams Philadelphia at Las Vegas Houston at Arizona Chicago at Tampa Bay Indianapolis at San Francisco New Orleans at Seattle Survivor: ARIZONA CARDINALS (GB, DEN, LAR, CLE, TB, KC)
  24. I mentioned in the Broncos forum how much Ruggs' speed jumps out on the All 22. The guy just takes away DB cushions in a flash. He's the PERFECT compliment to Waller as well, just like Kelce is to Hill for 'the team that shall not be named'. Right now, all teams are going to shade one of their Safeties to Waller, especially in obvious passing situations. Vic Fangio is a Defensive Coach and he called Waller one of the best 10 players (at ALL positions) in the league; that's the respect he has, so he's going to draw high-low bracket coverage. Because of that, it makes it much more diff
  25. Other nuggets from around the league just watching highlights / reading box scores: • Anthony Edwards looks legit had 29 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists on 10/21 FG & 6/12 3FG • The Bulls will likely be a fringe playoff team this year, they lack depth and shooting. • The Magic, Thunder, Rockets, and Raptors are all going to be bad this year and in contention for the #1 pick.
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