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  1. Giants Coaching Staff

    Ehh, I always thought he made Romo look better than he did. If I remember correctly, Romo's number's fell of a cliff when JG relinquished play calling duties.
  2. 2020 NFL draft thread

    Yeah, you moving up at all is an "if". It is the NFL's worst kept secret that Gruden wants to move on from Carr, they're moving up just hope it's Tua and not Herbert. Also the Trade Draft Value chart is something Jimmy Johnson created to gauge the value of draft picks IN THE 90's. It is archaic, and it doesn't indicate any actual value to the people in war rooms today. When was the last draft day trade up that followed the TVC? Why do people even still use this?
  3. 2020 NFL draft thread

    Wouldn't be mad at all honestly.
  4. Draft General (News, Media Mocks, Big Boards, Rumors)

    I don't know about y'all, but I think Wirfs would take everybody's lunch money at Guard lol. Even though I would like to try him at OT first. Simmons will be listed every where and anywhere until his team releases the depth chart. I honestly can see Queen going in the top 20. I have rated in my top 40 of players, and a team will fall in love with his athleticism and ability to play the pass really well. If he comes in at 350, he will be the first tackle off the board. He already moves extremely well.
  5. Senior Bowl

    Honestly thought Gladney would come in and cement his place as #2 CB on the board.
  6. Oh for some reason I thought he had run a 4.9 fourty. Had to look it up, but yeah he did run a lot in college.
  7. Official 2020 OT/IOL Thread

    I have him ranked in my top 10, and I think he's gonna be the best LT in this class.
  8. You contradict yourself so much it makes my eyes hurt. This just isn't true. This might be the case if every single QB was built the exact same, or had the same level of arm strength, or had the same level of mental processing speed, or what position causes less stress on their arm was exactly the same. It really isn't. Accuracy is probably the third most important trait in a QB. Accuracy also ties into a QB's ability to process things at a lightning quick pace, so I can see why you don't put too much stock into it.
  9. Poor: His body is literally falling apart.
  10. I know the Bengals will take Burrow, but...

    I literally started erupting in laughter at work.
  11. Official 2020 OT/IOL Thread

    I can definitely see why this would be a knock on Ruiz, but I have long felt Michigan has had a lackluster O-Line coaching staff as they always seem to always vastly under perform in that department. I see the bends easier, but the technician part is a toss up at this point in there careers. I think Ruiz has excellent hand usage, and is much improved in getting into his set than he was his Junior year. At best, I would call the technique a wash.
  12. Official 2020 OT/IOL Thread

    I honestly think he's fighting for that top spot. He's as technically sound as Wills, moves better than all three, and he is still at least 40 pounds heavier. On top of being just all around heavier, his weight is distributed as well as Thomas and Wirfs. He was playing in the 360's this year, but he definitely doesn't look as tired and out of shape as you would expect someone of his size to be. What is his biggest weakness? He is better in pass protection than Thomas, and bigger and stronger than Wirfs. While being just as mobile as the both. If he can get a tad more consistent on his punch he will absolutely dominate.
  13. Official 2020 OT/IOL Thread

    I do like Ruiz. He played at an elite level all season. My biggest thing with him as a sophomore was his pad level. Otherwise he was technically refined enough to start in the NFL as a 19 year old. Well this season he made huge strides in the staying low department, and not adding extra steps to his initial step. also I agree that Cushenberry would better at OG to start his career, but that would just be to gain more experience. He’s just so new to the sport and with so few starts idk how to grade his inconsistencies with handling OC responsibilities (ie control the line of scrimmage and be able to read rushes) he also takes bad angles not a lot but enough to warrant you to say we need to coach this guy up. I think he will be a very good center. Even without Creed, I am excited for this OL class.
  14. Official 2020 OT/IOL Thread

    Cesar Ruiz is the best OC in this class. Watch him, he has those movement skills you love and he's just strong, mean guy in the middle. My top five goes: 1. Cesar Ruiz - Rare blend of size and mobility. Is technically sound, and now that he isn't "wasting" steps on the snap he fires off the ball very well. 2. Tyler Biadasz - This guy just isn't the same athlete as Ruiz, but he is gonna be very good center for a long time. He's just not as scheme versatile as Ruiz is imo. 3. Nick Harris - Scheme specific, but in the right scheme will be special. 4. Lloyd Cushenberry - Super raw (when was the last Center prospect with so few starts) another big guy who has plus athleticism. If he gets with the right coach he could be the best in the class or the past few classes. The biggest issue I have with him, is that he is too new to the sport and he wasn't the leader of the LSU line. Will have to start at OG to gain more experience, but he will be your teams starting center by the end of his rookie contract. 5. Matt Hennessy - Solid in every area, just needs to add more functional strength, will be a starter by the end of his second year.
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