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  1. Our coaching strength is defense, so we should go offense with our first three picks imo...the QB, the OL and then the RB or a second OL would be my preference. Then look at the defense, with the hope/expectation that Saleh can turn later picks into solid starters.
  2. There were several opportunities to trade down...heck, there may still be...and still get the quarterback. Without the added pressure of picking Darnold's successor even earlier than he was picked. I really hate the idea that Wilson is so much better than the other three guys that we are locked in on him. We should not be. Any of the five guys would be fine for us. But we are treating Wilson as if he is Lawrence, and he is not. He is nowhere near ready for that kind of scrutiny and pressure. There should have only been one slam dunk in this draft, and we have created a second one without
  3. I agree that the O-line is top priority now, but it is not ideal to be developing an offensive line at the same time you are developing a quarterback (and they are all playing as starters immediately). This is my main issue with the current roster. We absolutely needed to get a veteran offensive lineman or two who would have been more developed now, in order to help the kid out right away. OR, we could have done the opposite and developed an O-line with a veteran placeholder at quarterback. We did neither. We have decided to go all youth all the time. In theory, it makes sense. But
  4. If he gets some free agents after the June 1 releases, then his grade can improve for sure. I already mentioned that. But this is a bottom-line business. Bottom line: we stink. We don't have enough good players, and when we will have enough good players, the other teams in the division may still have better players. Plus, you did not talk about the QB position. We have one guy who has yet to be drafted and is a major question mark as a Week 1 starter. In fact, we will probably have the worst starting quarterback in the league in 2021. And if he goes down? Is everybody prepared for the Mi
  5. So far, I would say Douglas gets a D for his off-season. Now, obviously he can hit a grand slam at the draft and move the needle, but to me he has left us with far too many holes to fill with the draft alone. Plus, going all in on a raw QB with no plan whatsoever behind him is totally asinine. I mean, we needed help at QB when we had Darnold and Flacco, so we have actually gone backwards when it comes to the quarterback room. Plus, we still don't have a starting RB, our offensive line is terrible and lots of uncertainty on defense. I get it, we are rebuilding. But I don't think we absolut
  6. Seems like a very worthwhile gamble (Levin). Nice. Not so nice is the idea of bringing in Brian Hoyer for a visit. He brings absolutely nothing because he cannot compete with the No. 2 pick and in my view that is not good enough. We need a No. 2 QB who is more like a 1A, who can actually play.
  7. I like Bernard. Would love to sign him (or anybody these days).
  8. I take no offense. Rather, it is a badge of honor!
  9. Yeah, that is what I got out of what you were saying, I am sorry if I made it seem like I was targeting you. I was not.
  10. I see that the Zach Wilson overhype train has already left the station and is racing down the tracks. Sigh.
  11. Are any of the following offensive guards worth picking up (i.e. upgrades over Alex Lewis and Greg Van Roten)? Dennis Kelly - played mostly tackle in Tenn, can play guard A.Q. Shipley Demar Dotson J.R. Sweezy D.J. Fluker Joe Looney Stefen Wisniewski Kelechi Osemele Lane Taylor Tom Compton Austin Reiter Nick Easton Forrest Lamp Senio Kelemete James Carpenter Chance Warmack and my two personal favorites: Jason Peters and Trai Turner
  12. Really? But they are nothing alike! Darnold is tall, prototypical, Brees is short. Darnold has terrible footwork, Brees had some of the best all time. Brees is arguably the most accurate passer ever, Darnold? Not so much. I wasn't really paying attention to those who were suggesting we keep Darnold, and I had no idea Brees was the comparable. That is laughable on so many levels. Just because the situations MAY have been similar, does not mean they should be compared with one another. At that point, they might as well compare Darnold to a placekicker. He has just as much in common as
  13. It's still a risky proposition if the plan all along was to bring in a raw QB prospect and starting him in Week 1. I think we all would have felt more comfortable with more proven O line additions AND a change in systems.
  14. Don't forget the immortal Mike White.
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