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  1. Goodell wants draft to continue outside Team venues

    The most stable solution I have found is Discord, but doubt the choose to use a gamer/chat platform
  2. Goodell wants draft to continue outside Team venues

    In Denmark we have a quite good infrastructure, great coverage etc. We can't have a proper skype meeting. Microsoft Teams works well enough, but still not good enough I would trust it in a draft scenario. Have teams phone in their pick like always and let a small media crew go through fits for prospects/teams and talk about the players strengths, personality etc.
  3. Ravens will NOT be signing DT Michael Brockers

    Shelby Harris could also be a great addition Any of them who doesn't fit in the compensatory pick formular? Otherwise we could net a 5th round pick from pierce and potentially a later pick for Roberts
  4. Ravens will NOT be signing DT Michael Brockers

    Is Derek Wolfe still on the market?
  5. 2019 CFB/2020 Draft Prospects

    People point towards breakdowns in fundamentals and mentions he has bad hand placement and bad footwork and has regressed over the years after he came on strong, also some injuries played a part. I don't see it though, I think he looks great, maybe a bit unorthodox at times but he gets real push in the run game, has a great anchor, often walls of defenders as well in the running game and athletic enough to block in space, if we get him in the 2. round, that is not high at all in my opinion
  6. FFMD II '20 - Baltimore Ravens Front Office

    I can't due to the timezone difference. Also, unless actual zombies begin to run/drag themselves through the streets, I still have my usual work hours, so no spare time for me. I can provide input if needed
  7. Ravens Mock Draft Simulators

    I have Young, YGM, Epenesa, Baun and then Chaisson in the 1. round Weaver, Taylor, Uche in the 2. round Greenard, Zuniga in the 3. round Khalid Khareem in the 4. round Derrek Tuszka in the 5. round Other than that, I don't really feel great about other prospects/have seen enough to be comfortable.
  8. 2019 CFB/2020 Draft Prospects

    I don't see it either. Did Ingram look like he had lost a step last year? Gus Edwards is widely recognized as a young bruiser who could start. Justice Hill came on late but looked good against the Steelers. Investing in a high round runningback would be really bad value considering how few snaps they would get and the need we have on the rest of the team.
  9. 2019 CFB/2020 Draft Prospects

    Watch Brandon Aiyuk and then Denzel Mims and watch the difference in how they catch the ball. Mims looks like an excellent hand catcher. Aiyuk on the other hand is the guy I think is the better fit for what Jackson likes in a receiver. To me, if we could come away with either Mims, Reagor, Jefferson or Aiyuk with one of our first three picks, then I wouldn't complain.
  10. Jets sign WR Breshad Perriman (One year, $8 M, $6 gt'd)

    Drops was a big issue with Baltimore. I don't know how much he has cleaned up on that front
  11. 2019 CFB/2020 Draft Prospects

    While I don't like it, we are really setting ourselves up for drafting a linebacker early. I saw the first Steelers game from last year, and it was evident that our offense completely stalled once Marquise Brown left the field. Based on that game and my general view on what we needed last year, I think we have to add speed at WR. That should either come from guys like Ruggs, Mims, Raegor, Hamler imo. Later a Hightower from Boise could be an option, but I believe getting one of the other guys with our 2. Round pick would do ourselves a favor. At pass rusher we are pretty set with Ward, Bowser, Judon and Ferguson + either a draft pick or McPhee. While I want OL early, I doubt the value is there at IOL unless we look at some tackle convert like we did with Osemele. I would want him back still as he has that position flexibility.
  12. Jets sign WR Breshad Perriman (One year, $8 M, $6 gt'd)

    Perriman has 5-6 decent games a season. The physical talent is there, but he is not an athlete with great balance. Size and speed ratio and sometimes he performs well, but there are too many games where he either fades out, make strange mistakes, causes turnovers due to not looking for the football or running the wrong route. Just a wildly inconsistent player with physical upside. Hard worker and good guy for all I have heard, so can't knock him for that. Had he been a 3-4 round pick as he should have been (instead of Ravens being enamored with that 4.2 something 40 yard at his pro day), he wouldn't be considered a bust and he would be talked about in a better light. With the Browns and with Tampa where he was the 3-4 WR he was in a better role to succeed than in Baltimore, where he was supposed to be the guy. He could never become that, and then lost all confidence and was a lost cause there and needed a change. In Tampa last year, I believe he was still called out by Arians who excused some of Winstons interceptions due to receivers not doing what they should, and he also had some weird play where he ran into his own guy when he was motioning to the left. Those plays just happens with him. Edit: I don't know what was actually supposed to happen on this play, but if you are Perriman, at least show the awareness, so you DON'T RUN INTO YOUR OWN GUY
  13. Bengals sign LB Josh Bynes

    Depending on how much you rotate, Bynes can play all three downs as long as you don't ask him to run down the field covering TE's, RB's and WR's. He did quite well getting into passing lanes and disrupt the play that way and was good at getting to the QB's outlet in the backfield (typically the RB) and he uses his eyes well to spy on the QB. He literally came in 3-4 days before our first Steelers game this year and shore up that middle of the defense that none of our young, athletic and aggressive linebackers could do. You could do a lot worse, and most Ravens fans wanted him back.
  14. 2019 CFB/2020 Draft Prospects

    Chris Orr is fun, but I think he is a couple of years away from being a starting option. Little experience and one of those "positionless" types. I did like some of the things I saw about him though.