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  1. What do we do with Jameis Winston?

    It's going to be Phillip Rivers. Does Vegas put odds on these things??
  2. New Uniforms in 2020?

    Please tell me they're not putting the ship on the sides of the helmet...
  3. What do we do with Jameis Winston?

    Ah yeah. Good ole eye surgery for our quarterback. Excuse number 57. Now he's ready for that big contract.
  4. Roster Review: Potential picks/trades/FA

    No more yuck than Jameis.
  5. Roster Review: Potential picks/trades/FA

    I think we're signing Rivers.
  6. Prospects to keep an eye on

    Definitely a luxury pick, low on the list of the position needs. But, it would be nice to have more of a balanced attack of running and passing. Though an improved line would help with the run game too obviously.
  7. Prospects to keep an eye on

    Supposedly he can do it all too. And was described as the heart and soul of the offense. A RB like that with the rest of these weapons. Holy **** I don't care who's at QB.
  8. Prospects to keep an eye on

    I can't believe Hellaire is projected in the 2nd. We gotta get him. That's just great value. I'd rather get an OT with the 2nd rounder, but, hate to pass on a guy like that.
  9. Roster Review: Potential picks/trades/FA

    Who's that coming from? Lots of people have Herbert and Love projected top 15. I mean I disagree as a whole. You need a QB, you go and get one. You can't go year after year after year saying "oh there wasn't one worth it in our draft spot, we we just keep taking BPA". Meanwhile keep signing vets as stop gaps? Until we're finally in a draft position where a QB will just fall to us that's worth that spot?
  10. Roster Review: Potential picks/trades/FA

    I don't see why we wouldn't be able to afford paying a QB 25 million, and the rookie QB, which in the 10-15 range, is 3-4 million a year? Isn't that the same salary range for a typical backup?
  11. Roster Review: Potential picks/trades/FA

    Ok I don't think you really understood what I was saying. First of all, I'd take Rivers over Jameis all day. Brady, I'd be ecstatic for if we actually got him. And I didn't say any rookie QB could come in and win right away. But no vet is guaranteed to do that either, though a vet will have a better chance than a rookie, in most cases. We have a team that can at least make the playoffs with a competent QB. I think Rivers is good enough to do that. Depending on how free agency, and the first picks in the draft goes(really, what San Diego does), then I'd like us to trade up in the 10-12 range to grab our favorite between the QBs left. Unless of course they just don't grade out good enough. If the staff doesn't think they're worthy of a pick that high, then I don't know. Stay put and get another position of need or trade back if there's an offer. We can't come out of this draft without a QB in the first 30 picks Imo. We will continue to have no future.
  12. Roster Review: Potential picks/trades/FA

    Both. They say that about a lot of QBs. I'm not gonna go through naming each one, but it's frequently said that certain QB's "need time to develop". And either way is fine by me. Whether a scout thinks they're ready year 1 or not. Well you don't take a QB cause he's the best player available, at least not in the 1st or 2nd round. You take one if you're in the position we're in. Jameis isn't the answer. Rivers isn't either, and if he's signed he's obviously just a 1-2 year thing. But even signing Teddy or hypothetically Brady, I still want to draft a QB first round. They can learn from the starter, push the starter, and we have a backup with potential ready to step in when the starter isn't doing good or gets injured. And if whoever we get as a starter does really well, then we have trade bait with our backup QB. I always loved when teams did this. It's just smart.
  13. Roster Review: Potential picks/trades/FA

    I don't believe that at all.
  14. Roster Review: Potential picks/trades/FA

    So sports writers just get inside info on teams draft strategies and write out articles on it to make them public? Are other teams believing everything the sports writers are putting out there as well?
  15. Roster Review: Potential picks/trades/FA

    You don't think that's a smokescreen??