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  1. Myles Garrett suspended indefinitely

    I think his primary objective at that point was to get his helmet back. Can't tell for sure, of course, especially since my telepathic powers have been weak as of late.
  2. Myles Garrett suspended indefinitely

    I mean, what would Rudolph's natural response to having his helmet ripped off be? The first thing most of us would instinctively do is reach for our helmet and try to get it back.
  3. Myles Garrett suspended indefinitely

    It looks like Rudolph is reaching for his helmet, given the angle of his arm.
  4. NFL Snooze News: Volume Four, Por Favor

    My desire for larger rosters is to lessen players being forced to play while hurt. They should do away with "inactives" and such, allow everyone to be able to suit up for a game (unless injured of course).
  5. NFL Snooze News: Volume Four, Por Favor

    If they go to 17 regular season games, they should shrink the preseason down to two games, and have 2 bye weeks for each team. They could start the season two weeks earlier, and total revenue would be much higher since they would be playing a total of 19 weeks for the regular season. However, they should increase the medical care for current and former players if they are willing to subject the players to that much physical abuse in a season. Expanding rosters might help in that regard also.
  6. Week 11 Non Vikings Games

    I'm guessing he is suspended the rest of the regular season, but is allowed to come back for the playoffs if they make the playoffs.
  7. Valhalla Villager: News, Rumors and Gossip

    Is it just for depth though? Although most of us think Harris is the better player, perhaps the communication is not there between him and the rest of the backfield? Thoughts?
  8. Jockeying for the Playoffs

    ...should check which referees are assigned that game first!
  9. I think your reasoning is sound, I will have to dig up some links showing the capabilities of those OL.
  10. While I sympathize with your desire to build the OL, I don't think we can afford to spend that much draft capitol on the OL. I was thinking more like round 1 LG, round 2 CB or S, round 3 3-tech or some variation of those positions.
  11. If the best offense is a good defense, and the best defense is a good offense, then what is the best special teams?!?
  12. I think one reason is that we have had leads in most games, and thus are playing deep zones to prevent a big play. While frustrating, it is mathematically a better way to win than gambling while having a lead. I would like to see more takeaways though, how often have we seen the ball hit one of our DB's in the hands, only to fall harmlessly to the ground?
  13. The 2018 Kirk Cousins Megathread

    For comparison: Cousins 112.0 QBR (3rd), 69.1 comp%, 8.6 yds/att, 18 TD's, 3 Int's Garappolo 100.6 (10th), 70.8%, 8.0 yds/att, 13 TD's, 7 Int's I think Cousins clearly has played better than Garappolo this season. Not sure of the relative cap hits for each team, but I think the 49ers have a lot of cap space iirc. I can think of a lot of players this season who disappoint me more than Cousins, especially on defense and at LG.
  14. I think a more accurate assessment would be that our CB's and DT's are not playing to the level they were a few years ago, and therein lies the problem. Compared to a few years ago, we are probably seeing : Better/same play DE, LB, S, RB, QB, OL, WR, ST Worse CB, DT not sure about TE. What do you think?
  15. Week 10: VIKINGS (6-3) at Cowboys (5-3)

    Just for comparison: Cousins: 112.0 QBR (3rd), 69.1% comp %,8.6 yds/att, 18 TD's, 3 Int's Rodgers: 102 (7th), 64.8%, 7.8 yds/att, 17 TD's, 2 Int's
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