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  1. Just assuming here but I think the score is irrelevant. I think he'd much rather physically dominant both lines of scrimmage and watch his RBs run around, over, and through their defense. Demoralize their competitive spirit if you will. Whether that equates to 21-0, 28-3, 35-6 I don't think would matter that much at the end of the day.
  2. Definitely think he'd rather rush for over 300 yards on their defense than beat them 62-3
  3. Around the NFL II - Even NFLier

    Correct. Almost certain that guys like Gurley and Cooks will be cap casualties, sooner rather than later. I just think they threw out the long-term to maximize their current window. But do they really have a 'window' if McVay doesn't adapt to how defenses are now playing him? And is Goff able to carry the offense on his arm? Those to me are bigger issues and questions surrounding their season and future. The money that they will invest in three players (Donald, Goff and now Ramsey) also means they HAVE to hit on their picks in these next couple of drafts. They can't afford not to... literally. They have really pushed all their chips to the middle of the table...
  4. Around the NFL II - Even NFLier

    I really like Ramsey. But there is NO WAY I'm giving up two 1st and a 4th for a CB. Only QBs and pass-rushers affect the game to the degree that warrants such compensation. Two years ago when we played the Jags....when the Jags D was the talk of the league, Shanny and Jimmy G had a field day. CBs just do not impact wins and losses to that degree imo. Even elite ones. Only one that came close is Revis. And Ramsey though very good, is no Revis.
  5. Around the NFL II - Even NFLier

    Agreed. I knew Snead would not move Peters w/o a corresponding move to counter. But Ramsey is not enough to move the needle in their favor against the better teams in the NFC. It will help their defense sure. But defense isn't really there biggest problem at the moment imo...
  6. Jalen Ramsey traded to the Rams

    One very good CB doesn't fix other holes on the roster. Kenny Young and Ramsey puts them back in contention for the SB?? Ramsey definitely helps...but its not a cure-all move imo.
  7. Jalen Ramsey traded to the Rams

    wrong quote
  8. Around the NFL II - Even NFLier

    No, I think they definitely have something in the works. Snead is quite saavy. And their next slate of games are very winnable. They could easily be 6-3 in three weeks. They're up to something...
  9. Rams CB Marcus Peters traded to Ravens for Kenny Young, pick

    Reeder definitely looked like a weak link Sunday. Young is plenty fast & athletic. Just not a real heady type you want in the middle. Didn't think Kiser's injury would have affected your ILBs the way that is has.
  10. Around the NFL II - Even NFLier

    Meh, I think it depends on if Taylor comes back from IR. If they're going to shut him down for the entire year, I could see us taking a flier on Sanders. But if they're expecting Taylor to come back than I'd much rather roll with the young core. Though our WRs have been inconsistent, I still luv the potential of the group and would hate to break up the band to add a vet who is probably just a rental. Guys like Pettis and Bourne have stepped it up in recent weeks. I would like to see if the young guys can put it all together and leave their mark this year.
  11. And though he's not big for a DT, he is absurdly strong for his size. He is a full-time 3T in the right situation and would be a handful doing so. Problem is he can't do that here, and there-in lies the rub...for his future that it is.
  12. It will change a little. Probably wont see the gadget type plays we run out of the backfield for Deebo. James could do some of the WR screen stuff probably. But I'm actually looking forward to seeing how Matthews looks in the offense tbh.
  13. Make no mistake about it, if Saleh is a legitimate HC candidate at the end of the year, he should pursue it. And Im sure Shanny would encourage him to take advantage of the opportunity. The NFL coaching hierarchy is a very 'what have you done for me lately' kind of deal. You can just as quickly fizzle out as a prospect just as quickly as you ascend. Especially in this current state of GMs wanting more offensive-minded HCs, if a GM really is looking at Bob, he should definitely go all-in on getting one of those opportunities.
  14. 2020 Draft Thread

    I agree. Interior O-Line seems much more pressing need, with Tomlinson being a UFA and Person basically being a stop-gap there at the moment. I think the future looks good for Skule holding down the swing tackle position for the near future. But I feel like we need to be looking to groom some heir-apparents@Center and both Guard spots.
  15. 2020 Draft Thread

    FYI, CB Bryce Hall is done for the year as he sustained a gruesome ankle injury last Friday night against Miami. It will definitely drop his draft stock, as there is no timetable on his return as of yet. He had surgery yesterday so that would give him roughly 5 months before the Combine to be ready. I could see him falling to the 3rd or 4th round if he isn't ready by his Pro Day. This isa pretty stacked CB class so that could factor into his slide. That being said, I think he'd be awesome in our scheme and if he were to drop to 3rd, we should definitely pounce.
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