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  1. Aaron Rodgers Appreciation Thread 4.20

    How quickly we forget about his Office appearance.
  2. 6[194]: Dexter Williams [RB; Notre Dame]

    Just for fun let's look at the RB the Bears traded multiple picks for...YIKES. https://www.mockdraftable.com/player/david-montgomery
  3. 6[194]: Dexter Williams [RB; Notre Dame]

    https://www.mockdraftable.com/player/dexter-williams Most similar to: (noteable players) Aaron Jones Alvin Kamara Chris Carson Kerryon Johnson Marlon Mack Exactly what you want out of a 6th round RB.
  4. 2019 Draft Discussion

    I want Sweat/Burns at 12 and I think 15 is too high for TE but I am all for grabbing the #1 CB in this draft. DBs in this league are too valuable to pass up. I also like Winovich and Isabella so it piqued my interest.
  5. 2019 Draft Discussion

    https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/draft-lead-draft-analyst-mike-renner-2019-nfl-mock-draft-2-rounds-1-3 Big fan of this mock. Trade 12 for 15 & 96 15 - Hockenson Trade 30, 114, 118 for 25 25 - Greedy Williams (mentions moving Jackson to safety) 44 - Winovich 75 - Isabella 96 - Nate Davis
  6. 2019 Draft Discussion

    He has Simmons at 12 and Thornhill at 30
  7. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Give me all of the DBs honestly.
  8. 2019 Draft Discussion

    What happens to this board when Gute drafts a WR at 12 and Daniel Jones at 30? https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2831952
  9. 2019 Packers Schedule

  10. NFL News & Notes

    The whole no team has won a Super Bowl with a QB over 13% of the cap sounds great until you actually look at the QB's whose cap hit was over that by year. The problem is having a bad/average QB take up the cap space. Here are the QBs over a 13% cap hit since 2013 (oldest I could go in spotrac without going team by team). 2013: (3) - Eli/Stafford/Brees 2014: (5) - Eli/Bradford/Cutler/Big Ben/Brees 2015: (3) - Brees/Rivers/Ryan 2016: (6) - Ryan/Big Ben/Eli/Flacco/Romo/Stafford 2017: (6) - Ryan/Big Ben/Eli/Flacco/Romo/Stafford 2018: (5) - Flacco/Stafford/Brees/Carr/Wilson Ryan should've won the Super Bowl at over 14% and Brees was a missed PI call away from the Super Bowl this year. Paying the Eli, Flacco and Staffords of the world over 13% of your cap space is obviously a terrible idea. Saying that there's no way you can win without examining who was actually taking up that much cap space leaves out half of the argument. Good teams are typically good at creating team friendly deals or extending the contract to open up space (which is what happened in 2015 with Manning). The fact that no team has won a Super Bowl with a QB taking up 13% of their cap has a lot more to do with the QB's play than how big their cap hit is.
  11. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Saying you'd rather take Polite at 20 than Burns at 12 is LOL funny...I needed a good laugh this morning.
  12. I don't disagree but Rodgers constantly gets called out for it when these guys are doing the exact same thing. That's my point.
  13. Rodgers is the passive aggressive one though
  14. Nice - I didn't know they went back to the interview. I just heard the first part and then heard Wilde/Tausch breaking it down and got pulled away. I'll have to catch it later.
  15. All of the media members running to defend Dunne because Rodgers called him out was pretty entertaining yesterday. Sometimes Fake News is just Fake News. The truth is somewhere in the middle of both sides but that doesn't get clicks or dominate sport's news cycles.