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  1. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    They aren't even the most complete roster in the AFC West. The chargers take that and it isn't particularly close. With these expectations, you're setting yourself up for disaster.
  2. Raiders Offense Thread:

    https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1098647433238724608 Brandon thorn. One of my favorite OL guys.
  3. Offseason workouts underway (OTA's page 6)

    I said this with Hall and Key, but you can't turn the door on his career so early. He can be a good player and I'm optimistic about his future.
  4. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    I don't know if we even watched the same games. His vertical threat opens up everything underneath, spreads teams out, and aids the run game significantly. Without him, suddenly everything is a lot less scary. Not league average, but not necessarily a top 5-10 lock as you're alluding to either.
  5. Pick is in, #24 Josh Jacobs RB Alabama

    This is a player I feel good about from the Raiders in fantasy for once. Carr's affinity for throwing to backs will help him, especially on 1 and 2. I'm excited to see what plays we design for him.
  6. Random Raider Stuff

    You also wouldn't want to move Miller from the left side. Keep him there while healthy after a year in the weight room and watch him improve.
  7. 2019 Free Agency V2

    Waller IMO will win the job and then have a big year as a receiver. His athleticism is undeniable.
  8. Around The League V.2

    Williams would be nice in theory, but I don't wanna give up future capital. Roll with our guys on rookie deals and keep adding in 2020 and beyond.
  9. Raiders Offense Thread:

    Playing devil's advocate here: It could be a lot worse. Moreau is not a bad prospect by any means. Waller has flashed tantalizing athleticism so it's not like there's nothing to work with. Neither guy would be expected to be much more than a #3/4 option either so no biggie either way. Miller played fine as a rookie until he hurt his knee. He also got a fair bit bigger and it's not like we would dump him after 1 year in the AFC West. This is a wait and see. Good I agree, but Incognito will probably end up signed at some point and off-field aside (which is a big red flag), purely on field he's been a top guard in the league consistently. Tyrell Williams was a huge get. I'll argue that to the death with anyone. Considering how rookie RB's have produced, it comes down to liking Jacobs or not. You can almost go so far as to argue that he'll have a bigger impact as a pass catcher than as a runner as a rookie. There are some legit concerns, but if you compare the overall O: OL: 2016, but with the potential to be better (we never really had solid RT play that year, if Miller, Incognito, Hud, Gabe, and Trent put it together it could be awesome) WR: 2019 (AB>>>, Tyrell Williams~Crab, anyone>Roberts) TE: Push, walford wasn't exactly a star. RB: 2019. I didn't like Murray then (post his rookie year) and I don't like him now. Jacobs I LOVED coming out and you can argue that he's better in every facet compared to Murray except long speed. 2016 is clearly safer. But 2019's O has some serious potential. Granted it may take time to click, but I'm very optimistic.
  10. I really wanna see oak on here tbh. Please NFL make it happen.
  11. Raiders Defense

    I'm not down on him like some are. He was just a rookie and he definitely looked better toward the end of the year. He needs a good strength coach and I think year 3 is when he'll really emerge.
  12. Which teams improved/regressed the most on paper?

    So Antonio Brown is a system player?
  13. I actually liked their draft. Solid FA with overpays, but it is what it is.
  14. Pick is in, #230 - DE, Quinton Bell

    You may be right. He's just so small rn that I can't see him playing snaps for the foreseeable future.
  15. Which teams improved/regressed the most on paper?

    I'm torn on this, but I didn't like their management of resources, particularly at edge and the lack of CB additions.