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  1. Titans DC Dean Pees Retiring

    We won a SB with him where we played Brady and Manning about as well as they've been played. But we still hate his scheme.
  2. DB424 Mock Offseason

    Eh... depends. Could we get a late 1st? Certainly he has more value to Pats than to us. Not that I endorse that move. We need to move more to speed on the edges to work with our offense and complement Lamar/Andrews and the running game. Also have needs on the interior O-line or pass rush or Linebackers to potentially boost. I certainly wouldn't give him away for a 3rd or anything. Clearly he is valuable.
  3. NFC Championship: GB@SF

    Every time someone asks the question: can <Insert competent but not great QB> make the SB.... the answer is of course, if the rest of the team is good enough.
  4. NFC Championship: GB@SF

    Good luck Andy Reid
  5. NFC Championship: GB@SF

    Pass rush... they took our best one Doesn't matter against SF
  6. NFC Championship: GB@SF

    They won quite a few more than a couple games. But, the 49ers are a much stronger team.
  7. NFC Championship: GB@SF

    SF going to roll
  8. AFC Championship Titans@Chiefs

    Give the Tanny the $$$
  9. AFC Championship Titans@Chiefs

    Trying to hard by going after your fellow Pats fans, kiddo
  10. AFC Championship Titans@Chiefs

    Dean Pees wins championships
  11. Lamar Jackson

    He could improve, yes. He doesn't HAVE to (from 2019 season level) for the Ravens to win a SB. Do you disagree with that?
  12. Lamar Jackson

    I believe Lamar "MAY" have had his best overall season and that that statement does not put any ceiling on how far his team could go in the future. Lamar's passing looked pretty sharp to me. Getting him more viable receivers will probably have more of an impact going forward than him changing.
  13. Lamar Jackson

    If you want to get to the nuanced disagreement here, there isn't THAT much better Lamar can be. He was/is historically great. He put up the Xth best season for an NFL player ever. You can debate what X is, but you can be at any level up to 1 and not be guaranteed a super bowl. He could be worse and they could still advance farther. Any Ravens who know what they are talking about will tell you that 2012 Ravens team was not as strong/talented as the 2011 team. Joe Flacco certainly didn't improve much as a player after about his second season. There is always a level of variance in terms of the team you put out and how far they reach in a single game elimination playoff.
  14. Lamar Jackson

    We've seen Lamar come back and score 2 TDs within the first half 2 minute warning with no timeouts against Cleveland in week 16. Even in the Titans game, after going down 14-0, Lamar almost brought i back to 14-10 before the half, but ran out of time/came up short against the Titans. Being down multiple touchdowns is not some magic weakness of a QB that makes them more likely to lose. Being down multiple TDs is just a bad thing. You shouldn't be planning to come back from multiple TDs. I don't care that Mahomes did it just now or that in one SB run Brady did it against the Falcons. Those were rare events. Like Joe Flacco having the greatest playoff run of most of our lifetimes. I would bet against both of those QBs down multiple TDs in a playoff game. If you are down multiple TDs, you will likely lose the game. It doesn't matter who the QB is. Also, did Lamar NOT do exactly the bold from year 1 to year 2? Did you not watch this season?
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