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turtle28

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turtle28 last won the day on July 28 2018

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  1. He played decent last year, I’m not opposed to seeing if he can improve upon that.
  2. Just bc at this moment they’re not “enamored” with any of the QB prospects in the draft doesn’t mean they won’t take one by the time next April rolls around.
  3. Wizards looked good tonight & won 98-83, especially since on defense. Beal did not shoot it well, but they still won thanks to Kuzma’s double double & Harrell’s 22 pts & 9 rebs Beal: 23 pts (1-6 from 3), 3 rebs, 4 assts, 4 steals Dinwiddie: 13 pts, 4 rebs, 6 assts Kuzma: 11 pts (2-9 from 3) 15 rebs, 3 assts, 1 steal, 1 block KCP: 5pts (1-5 from 3), 2 rebs, 1 asst, 1 steal Gafford: 8 pts, 5 rebs, 2 steals, 4 blocks Harrell: 22 pts, 9 rebs, 1 asst, 1 block Neto: 8 pts, 3 rebs, 2 assts, 4 steals Avdija: 8 pts (3-3, 1-1 from 3) 7 rebs, 1 asst,
  4. The way I look at it is he’s going to playing in the league again someday, whether it’s this year after he’s traded or next year. I’d like it to be here.
  5. I didn’t even think about the $ thing, but that’s huge too. If any QB we draft works out well usually know that, have them as good in their 2nd year as a starter - at worst 3rd - so we’ll have a few years of them being cheap before we have to start paying them $20m plus a year.
  6. @lavar703’s position is why trade assets for Carr to be mediocre or slightly above when you can use your top 10 draft pick to take a QB, develop them and hopefully have them as a good to great starter for 15-20 years? Drafting a QB is better than giving up multiple picks to finish .500 or slightly above for the next 5-10 years.
  7. I do too, but I’m not trading multiple picks for him especially when we let him walk out the door. I’d rather draft the next Kirk or the next Carr in the draft.
  8. He can’t throw. I’d rather have Heinicke than Taysom as a starter. Now, Taysom in a wildcat, special package role I’d take him then but not as a starting QB, he’s basically Tim Tebow as a QB, not thanks. I know one thing though, a back up QB who isn’t a good passer is not worth $10 mil a year.
  9. I like Carr, but I can’t get over that he and Kirk Cousins are basically the same. I don’t think anyone in this forum would be ok with us sending multiple draft picks to get Kirk back, so why would anyone be ok with sending multiple picks to acquire Carr? If he’s the option & we have to trade multiple picks for him, then I’d rather just draft someone.
  10. They’ll do something I’m sure, but whether it’s the something you want or that really excites the fanbase to come back on game days remains to be seen.
  11. If Heinicke doesn’t play well vs the Packers, I’m all for turning to Kyle Allen. We know Heinicke in up and down, runs hot and cold. He’s a very streaky QB and he’s definitely a back up. I know some are convinced that Kyle Allen shouldn’t even be on our roster. I’d like to see him one more time before we bury that idea bc we got a very small sample size last year.
  12. Well it’s good they’re all on the same page, my question is can he go back to not trying to be perfect & not putting too much pressure on himself? Sometimes once you become the starter & the losses start piling up you do that but you can’t change back to how loose you were before. This happened to RG3 after his injury. As much as he wanted to in 2013 & 14, he just couldn’t get back to way he played as a rookie where he played loose. In 13 & 14, RG3 was putting too much pressure on himself and trying to do too much, Taylor is doing that now and I’m worried he won’t be able to ch
  13. Yep and this isn’t a new thing. His accuracy has always been a bit off, a bit late, a big high or a bit low etc. As you said, Alex and also Kirk threw underneath a lot and didn’t force it too often but when they threw to the guys underneath they were decisive, did it right away so the guy could get as much yac as possible and they almost always hit the guy in stride so they could get upfield and get yards. I’ve noticed all season that Heinicke being a little late with throws or off target with them is affecting our offense & yac. It’s similar to when we had Case Keenum - he had that s
  14. Hoenstly, both the kicker & the underperforming/overpriced safety needed to be cut. I’m not sold that Blewitt is the right guy or not. I have this feeling we’re going to be on a kicker carousel the rest of the year.
  15. Derek Carr is an option but I honestly don’t think the Raiders will trade him unless he forces his way out. Matt Ryan - no thanks, seems similar to the Alex Smith trade to me. Would I hate it? No, but I don’t think he moves the needle much to where we’d be a contender with him unless our D is truly a top 5 D after more development in our front 7, our corners actually playing up to their talent level and an update at FS through FA or the draft. In order for Garapollo, Bridgewater or Winston to get us to a contending position our D has to be top 5 in the NFL as well. That’s certai
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