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  1. Who’s the worst team in football?

    Cardinals - couple of good players but overall really weak
  2. Who’s the worst team in football?

    Previous Raiders front office did some damage? May take Gruden a couple of years to build the team?
  3. Favourite CFB conference

    I think you could argue B1G is up there. Better rivalries, more great players that aren’t as touted due to geography. Read an article that you can often add a star to many Midwest players recruiting as the scouting is so heavily concentrated in the southeast. SEC has a lot of weak teams too. Whilst it’s hard to argue against Alabama i think B1G has a more even talent spread with a lot of good to great teams: tOSU, PSU, WIS, IOA, MICH even MSU are very good. Also look at the top EDGE, RBs and OLinemen in the game and B1G would be leading. Just forget about WRs though.
  4. Best NFC North Receiver?

    They had another guy even Sparqier - Jeff Janis who was an absolute combine beast no reason to think Equinamous is any better
  5. At least he made some good money and should’ve set himself up for life
  6. Conte is average, an ok guy in the lineup but not a guy you’d build around from what I can tell. Seems the guy(s) behind him are BAD. Funnily enough he’s probably the guy they need back ASAP despite some fans perceptions.
  7. Favourite CFB conference

    Some conferences seem to produce far more players at certain positions than others. I personally like the big 10 conference which produces a lot of top tier linemen, linebackers but comparatively fewer receivers, qbs etc. Which conference(s) do most posters follow, and what type of pros does it typically produce?
  8. Bucs name Winston the starter over FITZMAGIC

    This is why the Bucs struggle. Fitz has outplayed him
  9. Best NFC North Receiver?

    Johnson is one of the most physically talented players ever and would likely be if he were still playing anywhere near those levels.
  10. Week 4 - Rams vs Vikings - TNF

    Cooks and Cooper Kupp one of the top WR tandems in the league and both young. To pair with one of the highest ceiling QBs in the league this will be a special offense for a while potentially.
  11. Jared Goff

    Remember when the Rams were trash and put him in as a rookie and people called him a bust after a few games? Made some great throws I don’t know that many QBs could make this last game.
  12. Best NFC North Receiver?

    Thielen and Diggs easily. however neither is quite as good as Jordy Nelson 3 or 4 yrs ago. He put up 1200 yds or something with a couple of scrubs throwing so he’s not just a product of Rogers either. Davante Adams is a v good number 2 receiver but any of the three I mentioned is a legit number 1 with the Minnesota guys 1a and 1b more talented than the rest of the division.
  13. Why does this guy get so much hate? Hes been above avg in PFF grades and doesn’t seem that bad? nice stiff arm but it’s not like he’s the only guy that got trucked hard this week
  14. 2019 Team Needs

    I've noticed most mocks seem to be going almost pure BPA (maybe with the exception of QB - and even those "needs" often seem dubious). I get that there will be a lot of BPA picks, but really teams will have a choice between 4 or 5 "BPA" and will often pick a position of need. What are some of the most dire positions of needs? Packers: EDGE - Clay Matthews is aging may have to become only a situational pass rusher after this year and Nick Perry is both injury prone and not the guy to rely on as your #1 pass rusher. Behind them there is little else. Bengals: OT - Bobby Hart, Cedric Ogbuehi and Jake Fisher are amongst the worst OTs in the league routinely being abused by defenses. This need is glaring Panthers: EDGE - Julius Peppers is how old? Addison has been good the last couple of years, but is also getting along. Behind them seems to be backup guys Browns: LT - Gotta keep their QB upright.
  15. I don't post much, but I like reading these too. Keep up the good work.