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  1. 2020 Draft Talk

    You can just type their name into a search engine, or youtube, and have your pick of highlight videos.
  2. aSK anything: 5.0: Designated Steve-vivor

    There is no such thing lol!
  3. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    Is that good, or bad, news?
  4. 2020 Draft Talk

    Their pick is worth 1150 points, we would have to trade quite a bit to move up that far. would it be worth it? We have too many needs imho. Our picks are worth: 1st (22nd overall) 780 pts, (25th) 720 pts, (58th) 320 pts, (84th) 145 pts, (105th) 84 pts, (132nd) 40 pts, (155th) 28.2 pts, (201st) 9.8 pts, (205th) 8.2 pts, all 3 of our 7th round picks are worth 1 pt each. So, we'd have to give up our earlier 1st, 2nd, 4th, and earliest 6th: two likely starters? Might be worth it if a major talent fell.
  5. I bet they would trade the pick to a team wanting Tua.
  6. Trade Haskins first though? So as not to minimize his trade value? Don't know hoe much they could get for him in a trade though.
  7. 2020 Draft Talk

    Watched some footage of him, he seems to play pretty tight coverage and has good ball awareness.
  8. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    The "good" news is, we only really stunk at CB, 3-tech and LG; so, not a lot of positions where a modest improvement will greatly improve the team.
  9. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    Dr. "S" has got to hit on his early picks (rounds 1-3) or this team is toast this season.
  10. 2020 Draft Talk

    Our 2nd (58th overall = 320 pts) and both 3rds ( 89th = 145 pts and 105 = 84 pts) add up to 549 pts, which places it between Detroit's 2nd (35th overall = 550 pts) and the Giant's 2nd (36th overall = 540 pts). Adding our 4th rd pick (132nd overall = 40 pts) elevates the total to 589 pts, almost what KC's 1nd round pick is worth (32nd overall = 590 pts). NOt sure I'd want to give up that many picks, in a deep draft, to move back into or near the 1st round.
  11. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    ...as are we all!
  12. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    Didn't he claim he was leaving? I thought I read a tweet to that effect, but could be mistaken.
  13. Knockin' on Valhalla's Door

    Ugh that's right! What was I thinking?!? My lust for compensatory picks over rides my judgement lol. I am getting as bad as Gollum...
  14. Knockin' on Valhalla's Door

    So what level of compensatory pick can we reasonably expect from Linval's signing?
  15. Vikings trade WR Diggs to Bills

    My principle concern is not that Zimmer insists on being a run first, ball control offense: it's that the execution of said offense is entirely too predictable. Modern defenses are just too good to consistently give up long scoring drives unless some deception is involved, at least the better defenses (hence, our offensive woes against such teams).