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  1. Prime JJ Watt or Aaron Donald?

    He's on the same level as Watt. Plain and simple.
  2. 40 yard dash vs "football speed"

    This is kind of an obvious one, but what are the largest limitations of the 40 in your eyes in measuring "football speed". Is it : -not wearing pads when running -not running with a ball -something else entirely? I only ask because we've seen so many examples of players (i.e. antonio brown) who don't test well speed wise who are clearly playing faster than their 40 times. And unless they are injured, it's not like they don't train for the combine. Granted, quickness out of brakes/change of direction aren't the same as straight line speed. But how accurate of a measure is the 40 to you and how much do you weigh it in draft evaluations, if at all?
  3. Chiefs vs Colts: Divisional Round

    He benefits from a yearly soft schedule and laid an egg with the season on the line. He deserves al the criticism he gets.
  4. Wentz vs Goff vs Prescott

    Dak isn't a bad quarterback. I'm just not convinced he's anything more than that. If that pick 6 was caught today, this wouldn't have been a game. I saw him miss numerous "gimme" throws this season to put games away and he runs hot and cold accuracy wise. He also had some good performances, I can't take away from that, but the NFC east seems remarkably soft every year as a whole (no offense). Furthermore, despite what you will or won't say about Linehan, he has time to throw back there (I'm watching the games, don't give me sack numbers), decent receivers, and an excellent run game. The defense was quite good as a whole this year and you can make a strong argument that Dallas still barely won the NFC east with a gimpy Redskins team that fell off late and numerous single score wins that hint at regression (i.e. 2016 raiders, among others). I think next year will be telling for his future.
  5. Is anybody else picking the Cowboys to win the Super Bowl?

    What constitutes a dynasty these days? Winning 1 playoff game lmao.
  6. Rams vs Cowboys: Divisional Round

    Using NFL comparisons logic, CJ anderson >Dak.
  7. Rams vs Cowboys: Divisional Round

    He'll bounce back. He's a good player. Just had a bad year.
  8. Rams vs Cowboys: Divisional Round

    It's who he is lmao He's the definition of petty. Which you love if he's your guy, hate if he's anyone elses. He didn't play a good game tho.
  9. Rams vs Cowboys: Divisional Round

    They didn't play bad. They ran into the Rams. They didn't play bad either. It could have been so much worse if they broke in the red zone.
  10. Rams vs Cowboys: Divisional Round

    Big balls. I love it baby.
  11. Rams vs Cowboys: Divisional Round

    On a sidenote, I really hope that quasi garbage time catches are not used to justify when amari receives a top 3 receiver deal .
  12. Rams vs Cowboys: Divisional Round

    Yeah he's a good qb. Is he notably better than anyone in the 2nd tier? Not really. But he's young, makes the throws, and can get better. I don't see anything wrong with being happy with him. It's the same way I feel about our guy, though there would probably be more backlash to that than I'd like so I won't continue on that tangent.
  13. Chiefs vs Colts: Divisional Round

    Don't forget one of the softest schedules and playing half his games in a dome.
  14. Most important part of Rams offense

    Sean McVay's barista.
  15. Rams vs Cowboys: Divisional Round

    He's good. But he's missed throws and it doesn't matter because they'll come back 2 plays later and get a chunk. And continue to rack up huge gains on 1st down.
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