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  2. Was Tony Dungy an elite head coach

    Yeah just checked they were #1 seed. Surprised they clowned Saints in the NFCCG but I guess they were still too much of finesse team back then.
  3. 1 opening in a NFL North Fantasy football league. Mix of owners from the NFC North team forums. League is on ESPN. Currently looking at some league modifications (number of keepers, roster size, etc. 10 team league. Rosters 18 with 10 keepers (potential rule modification to increase keepers and roster size) + 2 IR spots SCORING Scoring is as follows: standard scoring with the exception of: Offense: 6pt passing TD -3 INT .75 PPR Defense: 1 pt fumble forced (from 0) 1 pt fumbled recovered (from 2) 3 pt Interception (from 2) Let me know if you have questions or are interested. Open team current roster below. Team finished 3-10 (partly due to inactive owner). Has 1st pick in all rounds of upcoming draft QB: Brees, Carr RB: Gurley, Devonta Freeman, Royce Freeman, Lamar Miller, Blount WR: Marvin Jones, Funchess, Fitzgerald, Garcon, Dez Bryant, James Washington, Amendola TE: Reed, Graham, Uzomah Def: Philly, NYJ
  4. DE Chris Long retires

    Basketall HOF comment was hilarious. You can win a 6man award and you'll probably get in lmao
  5. NCAA Recruiting Thread

    oh?
  6. Was Tony Dungy an elite head coach

    15.9 ppg given up by the defense is really strong
  7. NFC North Rivals 2019 Talk

    I've been in this league since it's inception 5 or 6 years ago and gotta say it's pretty fun. This is a pretty decent team too. Is anyone interested?
  8. NCAA Recruiting Thread

    FedEx has a lot of money so yeah
  9. Random Packer News & Notes

    Do you all think this is a pretty good track record for a statistical model? The results here are my WR projection model's projected bust chance and Pro Bowl chance against their NFL Approximate Value. A "Bust" is defined as <5.0 AV (average of years 3-4) for the purposes of the model, and "Pro Bowl" is defined as 10.0+. The "NFL AV" column is the player's average AV in Years 3-4, with "Busts" in red and "Pro Bowlers" in purple (green = hit, so just not a bust). 2006-2015 WR Model Results GROUP: Moderate Risk I (Projected Bust Chance: <50%) Results: 26.83% (11/41) Busts Year Name College NFL AV Bust Chance PB Chance 2010 D. Bryant Oklahoma State 11.5 6.56% 21.58% 2010 D. Thomas Georgia Tech 13.5 6.77% 21.53% 2015 A. Cooper Alabama 4 8.04% 21.21% 2012 K. Wright Baylor 4 21.61% 17.80% 2013 S. Bailey West Virginia 0.5 22.67% 17.53% 2007 C. Johnson Georgia Tech 8.5 24.79% 17.00% 2014 D. Adams Fresno State 9 25.85% 16.73% 2012 J. Blackmon Oklahoma State 0 29.25% 15.88% 2014 B. Cooks Oregon State 12 31.79% 15.24% 2014 J. Matthews Vanderbilt 5 32.43% 15.08% 2009 H. Nicks North Carolina 9 33.70% 14.76% 2013 D. Hopkins Clemson 9 34.12% 14.65% 2015 T. Lockett Kansas State 8 35.18% 14.38% 2014 S. Watkins Clemson 5 37.09% 13.90% 2015 N. Agholor USC 7 37.52% 13.80% 2013 T. Williams Baylor 5.5 38.15% 13.64% 2008 J. Nelson Kansas State 10 38.79% 13.48% 2010 G. Tate Notre Dame 8.5 39.21% 13.37% 2006 G. Jennings Western Michigan 11.5 39.42% 13.32% 2014 J. Landry LSU 8.5 39.85% 13.21% 2012 A.J. Jenkins Illinois 0.5 40.06% 13.16% 2010 J. Shipley Texas 1 40.27% 13.10% 2013 T. Austin West Virginia 5.5 41.12% 12.89% 2008 J. Hardy Indiana 0 42.39% 12.57% 2015 K. White West Virginia 0.5 42.39% 12.57% 2009 J. Maclin Missouri 6.5 43.45% 12.30% 2009 M. Crabtree Texas Tech 9.5 44.51% 12.04% 2007 J. Jones San Jose State 5 45.36% 11.82% 2007 D. Bowe LSU 8 46.21% 11.61% 2011 J. Jones Alabama 9.5 46.21% 11.61% 2007 R. Meachem Tennessee 7 46.42% 11.56% 2012 M. Floyd Notre Dame 7 47.06% 11.40% 2009 P. Harvin Florida 10.5 47.06% 11.40% 2009 K. Britt Rutgers 3 47.48% 11.29% 2008 D. Avery Houston 0 47.69% 11.24% 2014 O. Beckham Jr. LSU 6 47.90% 11.18% 2014 M. Evans Texas A&M 9 48.12% 11.13% 2008 D. Thomas Michigan State 0 48.33% 11.08% 2014 K. Benjamin Florida State 6.5 48.96% 10.92% 2006 S. Holmes Ohio State 9 49.18% 10.86% 2012 R. Randle LSU 7.5 49.81% 10.70% GROUP: Moderate Risk II (Projected Bust Chance: 50-60%) Results: 60.87% (14/23) Busts 2014 A. Robinson Penn State 3 50.87% 10.44% 2012 S. Hill Georgia Tech 0 51.08% 10.38% 2011 T. Smith Maryland 7.5 51.08% 10.38% 2007 M. Sims-Walker UCF 7 51.30% 10.33% 2014 P. Richardson Colorado 4 51.30% 10.33% 2007 S. Rice South Carolina 8 51.51% 10.28% 2012 M. Sanu Rutgers 6.5 51.93% 10.17% 2006 C. Jackson Florida 0 52.57% 10.01% 2011 L. Hankerson Miami 1 53.42% 9.80% 2015 D. Green-Beckham Missouri 0 54.05% 9.64% 2007 J. Lee Higgins UTEP 1.5 54.26% 9.58% 2013 M. Wheaton Oregon State 3 55.33% 9.32% 2008 M. Manningham Michigan 6 55.54% 9.26% 2007 T. Ginn Jr. Ohio State 4 55.54% 9.26% 2007 D. Jarrett USC 1 55.54% 9.26% 2011 T. Young Boise State 0 55.75% 9.21% 2014 J. Huff Oregon 1 55.75% 9.21% 2011 V. Brown San Diego State 3 55.96% 9.16% 2011 A.J. Green Georgia 11 55.96% 9.16% 2010 E. Sanders SMU 6 56.17% 9.10% 2015 J. Strong Arizona State 0 56.39% 9.05% 2010 B. LaFell LSU 6 57.66% 8.73% 2013 R. Woods USC 5.5 58.72% 8.46% GROUP: High Risk (Projected Bust Chance: 60-80%) Results: 76.32% (29/38) Busts 2007 S. Smith USC 7.5 60.20% 8.09% 2015 D. Smith Ohio State 0 60.84% 7.93% 2011 A. Pettis Boise State 2.5 61.26% 7.82% 2012 A. Jeffery South Carolina 8 62.32% 7.56% 2015 B. Perriman UCF 1.5 62.53% 7.50% 2012 R. Broyles Oklahoma 0 62.96% 7.40% 2009 B. Robiskie Ohio State 0 63.17% 7.34% 2006 B. Williams Wisconsin 0 63.17% 7.34% 2013 J. Hunter Tennessee 2 63.38% 7.29% 2006 M. Stovall Notre Dame 1 63.38% 7.29% 2009 J. Iglesias Oklahoma 0 63.59% 7.24% 2012 T.Y. Hilton FIU 10 63.81% 7.18% 2014 C. Latimer Indiana 1.5 64.23% 7.08% 2010 D. Williams USC 2 64.23% 7.08% 2007 A. Gonzalez Ohio State 0.5 64.23% 7.08% 2009 M. Massaquoi Georgia 2 65.08% 6.86% 2008 M. Kelly Oklahoma 0 65.50% 6.76% 2008 E. Bennett Vanderbilt 4 66.99% 6.38% 2006 D. Hagan Arizona State 0.5 67.20% 6.33% 2015 P. Dorsett Miami 2.5 67.83% 6.17% 2011 J. Baldwin Pittsburgh 0 68.47% 6.01% 2015 D. Funchess Michigan 6.5 69.53% 5.74% 2007 C. Davis LSU 2 70.59% 5.48% 2009 P. Turner USC 0.5 70.59% 5.48% 2014 M. Lee USC 6.5 71.86% 5.16% 2008 H. Douglas Louisville 4 72.50% 5.00% 2008 A. Caldwell Florida 3 72.50% 5.00% 2008 D. Jackson California 9.5 73.77% 4.68% 2015 C. Conley Georgia 3 74.20% 4.57% 2011 J. Jernigan Troy 1 74.62% 4.46% 2009 M. Wallace Mississippi 8.5 75.68% 4.19% 2015 D. Parker Louisville 3.5 75.89% 4.14% 2010 T. Price Ohio State 0 76.53% 3.98% 2009 D. Butler Penn State 0 76.95% 3.87% 2009 D. Heyward-Bey Maryland 6 78.01% 3.61% 2014 D. Moncrief Mississippi 3 78.44% 3.50% 2010 E. Decker Minnesota 11.5 79.71% 3.18% 2006 S. Moss Miami 1 79.92% 3.13% GROUP: Very High Risk (Projected Bust Chance: 80-99.99%) Results: 94.74% (18/19) Busts 2013 C. Patterson Tennessee 3.5 81.83% 2.65% 2008 E. Doucet LSU 3.5 82.46% 2.49% 2013 A. Dobson Marshall 0.5 83.95% 2.11% 2015 S. Coates Auburn 0 84.37% 2.01% 2007 J. Hill Washington State 2 85.86% 1.63% 2011 R. Cobb Kentucky 10 86.28% 1.53% 2008 E. Royal Virginia Tech 3.5 87.13% 1.31% 2010 A. Benn Illinois 0 88.61% <1.00% 2009 D. Williams Penn State 0 89.25% <1.00% 2012 T.J. Graham N.C. State 0.5 90.73% <1.00% 2006 W. Reid Florida State 0 97.73% <1.00% 2007 Y. Figurs Kansas State 0 99.64% <1.00% 2013 M. Goodwin Texas 2 >99.90% <1.00% 2008 L. Sweed Texas 0 >99.90% <1.00% 2006 T. Wilson Oklahoma 0 >99.90% <1.00% 2011 G. Little North Carolina 2 >99.90% <1.00% 2012 D. Posey Ohio State 0 >99.90% <1.00% 2007 P. Williams Fresno State 0 >99.90% <1.00% 2009 B. Tate North Carolina 1.5 >99.90% <1.00%
  10. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    To be fair, the 2017 Chiefs defense ranked dead last in weighted DVOA. The reason teams didn’t score 26ppg against that defense was because Alex Smith is much less of a risk-taker than Mahomes. It’s a double-edged sword - Mahomes will put up more yards and TD’s than Smith, but will have more turnovers because of the risks it takes to throw for that many yards and TD’s. We’ve seen that KC can win in the regular season with both styles of QB play, but the ceiling in the playoffs is likely higher with the more aggressive style of play. On another note, Kollman shows a solid example of Mahomes overcoming disguised coverage at 2:00 in the video below.
  11. It’s not bad at all, DA, he did have a lot of snaps injuries /kicking BG or Bennett inside on passing downs
  12. Kind Of A Damning Review Of Emanuel Hall

    I'd think going undrafted would seriously deflate someone's ego. Hopefully it gives him that chip on the shoulder attitude and he works his *** off to make the team.
  13. Was Tony Dungy an elite head coach

    How did that Bears team even it make it to SB, I don't remember their defense being historically good to carry Rex Grossman ala 00 Ravens, 02 Bucs and 15 Broncos carrying scrub QBs
  14. Was Tony Dungy an elite head coach

    Not to mention the Bears offense was hot garbage and once Indy realized kicking to Hester is a bad idea the game was over
  15. So Rosen should be great fit for Caldwell/Oshea offense since both of those guys coached Peyton and Brady and they ran more pro style offenses.
  16. Baltimore Ravens 2019 Offseason Tracker

    Statement 1 doesn’t align with the logic of 2&3. If the Bengals have a tradition of sitting their corners for 2-3 years, that trend still doesn’t excuse the fact that the coach is benching that player regardless of ability. Similarly if the Ravens took their time putting Marlon and Jimmy in the game in their rookie seasons, that doesn’t pair with the logic that Harbaugh has an aversion to playing rookies. Granted it makes some sense that we waited to put them both in. For Jimmy we had a stupid scheme that focused on off man and zone coverage, even though our best corner (Jimmy) was a press man beast, so we had to gradually get him used to those stupid schemes. With Marlon, he had a host of talent in front of him so benching a talented veteran that executes for a new guy is a tough decision. Whereas some of the other personnel decisions are more problematic. While we found ways to incorporate Jimmy and Marlon, we’ve failed to do the same with members of our pass rush. As opposed to deploying them in moments that best would serve their skillset to gather experience- such as with our defensive backs, we minimize their opportunity share thus throttling their development. This could be blamed on Harbaugh’s coordinators having been uber conservative types like Greg Mattison and Darth Pees. But they’re his coordinators for a reason. With Martindale, he seems to be a bit more aggressive and modern, so we’ll see what he cooks up with regard to our front 7 members. He seemed much more likely to utilize our edge players in roles suitable to their skill set. Perhaps under his guidance we will play younger talents more to expose them to experience sooner and allow their development to not go stunted.
  17. @waffles7 is the culprit you were looking for
  18. Which teams improved/regressed the most on paper?

    They all improved on paper. Everyone looks good in May. But Browns and Raiders the most easy. Figures, for many years I root for the Browns (not because they're my team) and now that they finally are putting it altogether, they sign a POS like Hunt and I hope they lose every game they play till he's off the team. Maybe more.
  19. Fictional All Pro Movie Team

    And at the end of his saga, he's goes back in time to when he could discriminate freely.
  20. Nacho Simulation Football League (Season 18 - Offseason)

    What? I already selected
  21. I’m just trying to match the Redskins here
  22. MLB Regular Season 1.0

    IDK man, it take a lot to turn around Texas these days.
  23. 2019 Packers Forum Dynasty League- League Vote

    Immediately transition to FAAB (Free Agent Acquisition Budget) for waivers: YES 2) Immediately transition to a Live Draft format for 2019 Rookie/Unclaimed Vet Draft: or NO 3) Migrate league hosting site from FleaFlicker to Sleeper (if other preference please indicate) before the start of the 2019 NFL Season: Abstain 4a) Remove the Kicker Position for 2019: NO 4b) If you chose to remove the Kicker Position: Option X: Remove the K position, and drop from 11 weekly starters to 10 weekly starters (rosters of 20 will be maintained) YES or NO Option Y: Remove the K position, and replace with a fourth FLEX (RB/WR/TE) that will be replaced by a WR3 after the 2020 season YES or NO 5) Increase the number of keepers from 10 to 11 for the 2020 NFL Season (a NO vote will indicate you prefer to remain at 10 keepers): NO 6a) Potential Live Draft Dates (Please Indicate YES or NO for each date) June 16th (Sunday) YES June 26th (Wednesday) YES July 21st (Sunday) YES July 30th (Monday) YES August 13th (Tuesday) YES August 18th (Sunday) YES 6b) Please list any known date conflicts: Known Conflicts: none
  24. With a 15 run lead, I’m surprised the team didn’t let Berrios fight through the last out in the 5th to give him the win.
  25. Not all Eskimos are Inuit. That would be disregarding the Yupik.
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