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  1. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    I think Rosen commands at least a 5th. I just don't see why everyone dogging him when he's played on two horrible teams with make-shift OL's at best and hardly any weapons. Njoku's a take-or-leave guy. I don't see a reason to bring him in. Marlon Davidson is Montravious Adams Pt. II and Van Jefferson will go much earlier. Then you're drafting an IOL when we need to be looking at a potential replacement for Bulaga. Then you have 2 RBs, why? Quarterman and McKinney are the only two sensible picks.
  2. 1[21]: Darnell Savage [S; Maryland]

    I don't think you can argue against the fact that we hit on this pick. I suspect tackling and some of those other things will improve moving forward.
  3. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    LOL, we don't have to do that ourselves; mother nature will eventually do that for us.
  4. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    Agreed. Split CA in two.
  5. I like what you did with FA except for not resigning Bulaga, but then your draft leaves me scratching my head. We have a starting RB and a second RB that can carry the workload for long stretches of the game if necessary, yet you draft Swift(who probably won't be there) and then another RB in the 7th. Bowden's a late 3rd/early 4th all day long, yet you pick him in the 2nd. You then back that up by drafting multiple IOL when you've just left a huge hole at RT to be played by a guy who is NOT an OT and wasn't drafted to be one even though you've re-signed Veldheer. Troy Dye is the only pick out of this entire mock that makes any sense though I'm not against drafting Dillon in the 7th if he is still available...
  6. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    If I'm the NFL, I'm not looking at these lesser leagues as a threat; I'd look at them as an aid to make my product better. Nobody is going to outshine the NFL...ever... What's wrong with Raven Greene? Also, again, Murray is crap in the run game...
  7. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    I should rephrase: This is why I think the AAF should've been a U-21 league as an alternative option to the NCAA for players.
  8. AG20 Mock Offseason V2

    That'd be a very quick "no". Bears fans were complaining that RRH went AWOL for long stretches late in the season. They may just let him walk though I'd be quick to sign him to a relatively small prove-it contract if that were to happen.
  9. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    I hate to get serious here because this is supposed to be a fluff topic essentially but you really haven't been yourself recently TBH and you seem to be a bit confrontational towards some of us. Like the OK Boomer discussion the other day. I'm only saying this because this seems to be unlike you and I'm hoping everything is ok. Not trying to agitate or troll or get under your skin or poke at you at all. You honestly just don't seem to be yourself lately, that's all.
  10. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    This is why I think the AAF should've been a U-21 league like they have in hockey.
  11. 1[12]: Rashan Gary [EDGE; Michigan]

    We're getting dangerously close to AJ Hawk territory with this guy in regards to expectations due to draft position... Again. He was not scheduled to play a ton of snaps this season and he's an investment pick for the long-term and, with the kind of development expected, be a major piece to the defense. We should be revisiting this conversation at the end of next year or, preferably, in year 3...
  12. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    I have to disagree with this. Tramon really showed his age this year and we could've used a younger, more explosive body in Breeland to shore up that secondary. It's not like Breeland was a liability in coverage. People get too wrapped up into the whole "Williams is a mentor" business when he's no Charles Woodson. That aside, putting Crazy Tony on the PS could've created room for Breeland.
  13. 1[12]: Rashan Gary [EDGE; Michigan]

    Anyone notice how quick his hands are in that video?
  14. Redskins Release Josh Norman

    I wouldn't call him a one-year wonder, but I would say that his shelf-life as an elite corner was rather short(2-3 years). On the other hand, playing on a team like Washington will cut your shelf life short for a variety of reasons....mainly the fact that Dan Snyder is the James Dolan of the NFL...