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  1. I think I see Trey Lance as the ultimate challenge for Kyle. If he can make him succeed and be a star, then Kyle will go down in history as the QB whisperer.
  2. I would feel opposite, cause we know that we need Cheesehead, but at least we have a potential for a better prospect than a LS. Patterson could play more than just a single position. ST's, 3rd down back, etc. Or another TE because Bates is primarily an inline blocker, which is needed, but having another receiving TE option would be great. But instead, we drafted a LS and we TRADED UP to get him.
  3. Right, cause they don't have any other thing to do in practice. There is a good study which Stathead did to identify the retention of kickers drafted and those undrafted, and I clump these all cause of ST's players in general. Their job is not difficult and was once done by TE's and back up C's. The position was created in 1971 by none other than George Allen. But drafting a player who does nothing but snap a ball, is something you could have back up TE's do in practice when the first team is on the field. It's a replaceable position.
  4. The fact that there are metrics for a LS, is how rediculous analytics can be. It's called overanalysis and is there such a thing as a strike zone for LS's for their accuracy target? Waste of a pick that could have been signed as a FA or, idk, make a TE learn the position? Maybe a back up LB that could also be on kick off coverage?
  5. No they are not. They are ST's players who have a single job. A waste of a pick which could have been an UDFA. PERIOD.
  6. No idea why this is even a thing. TE's are LS's. Hey lets pay a guy a 625K salary to snap a ball without blocking at max 15 yards. That is the complexity of his job.
  7. There are 2 guys I don't see making the roster but the PS yes. Bradley and Milne. Toney is a beast and I don't think Kerrigan would be resigned.
  8. He was a 2nd-3rd round projection. Not sure what happened.
  9. I love this pick. He is a polished route runner with grat hands. He doesn't need to be a burner but he has size and strength to win the route and just play ball. He won't start but he will get reps and looks in 2021.
  10. Good job old man. All my advice paid off. 😂😂 But seriously, I predicted way too many trades and Kyle Shanahan is a liar. Grats Thai, well deserved.
  11. I think Etienne will surprise you. He is the same size as Clinton Portis was in Denver, before he came here and had to add 10 lbs. if Etienne was say 185, 190, I would be in complete agreeance with you.
  12. Right. First off, I love Kellen Mond and Kyle Trask better than what we have right now.
  13. Etienne is an actually really good player. With a RB class that is sooooooo poor, Etienne and Harris were the only 2 that as of late hit the first round projection. Personally, I dont think Harris should have been the pick at 24, and the Steelers should have gone with either Dickerson or Creed to fill Pouncey's spot, but I guess having a bruising back saves Ben from getting big hits than an OC?
  14. Alijah Vera-Tucker also played and Looked batter at OT in 2020 than he did at G in 2019 for USC. And, NFL.com has him listed as a G.
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