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  1. Wide Receiver Outlook

    From watching limited tape on the 3, I'd rank them Moore, Scantling, ESB. I don't think Moore is the highest upside guy, but watching him play, he just fits the 2018 WR mold the most. He looks like he'll be able to get open on quick routes and get YAC with his explosiveness. I think ESB is kind of a stiff (big target though). Scantling is an intriguing project
  2. I put Clark. Daniels is also a good pick. Really anyone on the list you could argue (other than Blake being an ILB who is solid but not special and Tramon who will likely be a mentor/3rd corner). I probably said this before, but I don't think King is "That" important. With Jackson, Jaire, Tramon, and even House our corners can survive an injury or a flop (we aren't running with UDFA's starting). You can't say that about our OLBs
  3. Supplemental Draft

    Tom Pelissero‏Verified account @TomPelissero 2m2 minutes ago More The #Redskins have selected Virginia Tech CB Adonis Alexander in the sixth round of the NFL supplemental draft.
  4. Supplemental Draft

    Tom Pelissero‏Verified account @TomPelissero now More Round 5 over. No action. 0 replies0 retweets0 likes Reply Retweet Like
  5. Supplemental Draft

    Tom Pelissero‏Verified account @TomPelissero 9m9 minutes ago More No players taken in Round 4, per source. 4 replies34 retweets24 likes Reply 4 Retweet 34 Like 24
  6. Supplemental Draft

    Tom Pelissero‏Verified account @TomPelissero 7s7 seconds ago More And we’re off! The #Giants have selected Western Michigan CB Sam Beal in the third round of the NFL supplemental draft. 0 replies0 retweets0 likes Reply Retweet Like
  7. Supplemental Draft

    no players through round 2 taken https://twitter.com/TomPelissero?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author
  8. Wide Receiver Outlook

    In 2016 Jordy averaged 13 YPC Last year pre Rodgers injury games he averaged 12ypc (6 tds) Are you really going to be the technical police and nitpick an argument over a 1 yard average which equates to about 1 big play? In addition the word "like" implies flexibility. ..Alright, he's going to get 650 yards on 50 catches
  9. Wide Receiver Outlook

    My short Jordy take; Pros; There are still things he can offer. He still has some deep long tracking speed (Hundley couldn’t get him the ball). Also he can still be a nice redzone threat. Good character Cons; Jordy has lost some explosiveness. He didn’t have much for short area burst last year and was insta tacked quick perimeter handoffs (rpos that he use to get 10 yards). He also didn’t do well in contested catches (pff graded him horribly low in this area). I think with Carr in a 2/3 role he should be good for like 50 catches and 700 yards.
  10. 2018 Free Agency - Prospects for GB

    I didn't realize Zombo was still in the league.
  11. Supplemental Draft

    It sounds like teams think he'll go with a third. A first round talent player falling due to character concerns a round to two sounds about right.
  12. How the NFL should go to an 18 Game Schedule

    The adding bye weeks idea is actually what I was thinking too. If every team had 3, you'd have 2 more weekends of games, which the NFL could use in TV negotiation.
  13. How the NFL should get to an 18 Game Schedule

    Not sure if this has been posted yet, but if I was the NFL, I'd go to an 18 game season, cut 2 preseason games, and give every team 3 bye weeks. This would increase the calendar in which games are played by 2 weeks. You'd get to roughly the same gate revenue (slight premium on having another regular season game per team), but by expanding the season 2 weekends and smart scheduling (the extra bye weeks) you are gaining 2 weekends of games which you could use in TV contract negotiation (increases the amount of weeks 8%). More time slots of games via smart scheduling = more tv revenue. You'd have on average 13-14 games a weekend which is enough to properly schedule. I bet they could easily get an extra 6% on their TV contracts if they did this. Sunday/Monday nights I usually at least have games on in the background no matter whos playing. Also, by adding more bye weeks, you could get better quality football. It is a win for everyone
  14. Supplemental Draft

    I agree, but sometimes you gave to admit failure. We have an extra first which is like 2 seconds. If this guy is a top 10 talent that we can get with a second (should be a later second next year) it would be worth it (I think a third would be better to bid, but I bet he goes with a 2)
  15. Supplemental Draft

    I wouldn't be against putting a second towards Beal. We have an extra first next year after all and you can never have enough talented corners.
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