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  1. 2019 WR Corps

    2.8 is what we gave him this year and what was being weighed last year.
  2. 2019 WR Corps

    *EQSB Just gonna leave this here from 12/12/2018. It's hilarious that we will be saying that 12/12/2019. 2.8M for Allison looks pretty bad IMO
  3. It was a really thirsty market for WRs that year. It has been for some time now, with the deals that people got this past offseason. Sometimes I think teams just sign people who play well against them. BB is very guilty of this.
  4. as I understand it: Once the player resumes practicing, which they can only do after a set number of missed weeks, the team has a 2 week window to activate the player. Once they actually activate him, they use the DTR "credit" up. So if they don't activate him, they can still use him in practice, and preserve the DTR status for someone(s) else. They have 2 credits to my knowledge.
  5. 2019 WR Corps

    Kumerow is awful
  6. Random Packer News & Notes

    well right now throwing is significantly more effective. How about we try throwing more until it's not significantly more effective. That would make the whole thing more effective
  7. Just some Data for the Sake of Data.....

    Bit of a tangent but last year pettine was forcing Martinez into blitzes. I've almost never seen that this year. The biggest weakness on this planned defense is the Lowry/Lancaster snaps. if there was a 3T who could hunt I think this D is unstoppable from a pass rush perspective. Signing Mo Wilkerson still makes sense to me if he's healthy.
  8. Isn't high ankle sprain usually 4-6 weeks anyway? Not very common to return after 2 weeks with that injury. Saquon has missed 4 games now.
  9. I could see ranking GB, SEA, NO and maybe Detroit over them, but that would still leave them at 10 or 11. HOU/JAX/CHI/CAR/BUF all look seriously flawed on one side the ball, and I have no idea whats going on with LAR.
  10. The "Kick the Tires" Thread (Other Teams Cuts)

    I actually do like Tonyan a lot. Hopefully he can get healthy and make himself a favored player of Rodgers and MLF. That said, the hype on here around him is really out of control for someone with 8 career NFL receptions. In the next 5 games, you'd love to see closer to 2 receptions a game from him, and in the final 5-6 games, closer to 4 receptions/game for him along with at least 2x 75-yard+ performances. If Tonyan can do that, and I think he probably can given an opportunity, he's probably gonna enter 2020 locked in as the #2 TE with some chance at being the #1 or #1b guy.
  11. The "Kick the Tires" Thread (Other Teams Cuts)

    Tonyan is hardly something to count on. Sternberger is a big ? but clearly the staff likes him. Having 3 options to fill 2 important roles seems like a prudent path. I am more against forcing 2 options who have real uncertainty if we are gonna move off of Jimmy Graham. Otherwise, just keep graham and be annoyed that he's expensive. If you're releasing Graham I don't see how its reasonable to expect BOTH Tonyan and Sternberger to be highly productive. And this offense needs 2 productive TEs.