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  1. AG20 Tiered Big Board and Draft Question Thread

    Parris Campbell #26 :thumbsup:
  2. Just for funsies....pick the "guy" for #30

    Parris Campbell
  3. 2019 Draft Discussion

    It seems that way. I'm on record as saying use #30 if need be. But getting him at #44 would be cause for celebration.
  4. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Burst. PC is a "catch and gone" player. Many players have speed. It's the ones that hit top gear quickest that are truly terrifying weapons. PC is that type of player.
  5. 2019 Draft Discussion

    No inside knowledge, he's my "must get" guy.
  6. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Since I haven't said it in awhile, here's a semi-monthly reminder... Any mock that doesn't have the Packers selecting Parris Campbell (#44 perhaps) should be poisoned, delimbed, have its teeth removed, set ablaze, and have it's ashes buried forever. Happy Friday everybody!
  7. Wow, talk about completely misreading what's going on and making a useless comment. I'm sorry you fail to see the false logic in someone demanding proof of an OPINION.
  8. What are you talking about? When people have evidence of something, they have proof of fact. This is one of the strangest conversations I've even had in my life. I'm clearly stating this as my opinion. An opinion I've seen shared by countless others, btw. Why does the sanctity of your world weigh so heavily upon my opinion. I'm flattered but more annoyed than anything. Is it life or death for you to change my mind that those 6 DBs were all BPA and not reaches on need? Should I lie to you and tell you that I changed my mind and now believe Damarious Randall, Quinten Rollins, Kevin King, Josh Jones, Jaire Alexander, and Josh Jackson were all the best players available when they were drafted by the Packers? If necessary, because I like you, I will tell that lie if you are in danger or in anguish. I will lie and say I believe the Packers made those 6 choices because they were the best players available on the draft board.
  9. Packers signing Former Bears Safety Adrian Amos

    There's just so much here. Too much. I'll let others pick this apart. I don't have the time or the patience to keep doing this with you.
  10. No, I'm just not seeking to convince you. My OPINION is that they did abandon BPA. I can't prove it and you can't prove otherwise. What part of that can't you comprehend? How many different ways can I iterate it? My OPINION is based on the fact that they've used their top two draft choices in 3 of the last 4 years on DBs. My OPINION is further based on drafting a safety (Randall) to play him at CB, using a top pick to draft a CB with shoulder issues (King), and spending a 2nd rounder on a CB who struggled to play press coverage (Jackson). The draft capital spent and the red flags ignored is what leads me to OPINE that they reached based on need. I have a hard time believing that the best player available on the board was a DB 6 times out of the last 8 picks made in the first two rounds. And the question marks around nearly all of them only emboldens that belief.
  11. Packers signing Former Bears Safety Adrian Amos

    Have made an offer that wasn't so easy to match. They made it a cap friendly deal for the Bears and actually helped them. It's an offer sheet that never should've been written. A complete waste of time and helped a division rival to boot.
  12. Packers signing Former Bears Safety Adrian Amos

    Looks like we're getting "Good" Russ Ball this year. The man can be a real asset when he's given a directive and follows orders. The difference is he's got a GM targeting players and being aggressive. I was fearful of a repeat of last year and it's not happening. That pathetic offer sheet fiasco with Fuller was alarming. Glad to see they're getting deals struck and with good structures. Note to all who might take issue of my characterization of Russ Ball: Yes my post if full of opinion based on conversations I've had with Packer people in the past. It's just opinion, so save your breath arguing it as though I'm stating it as fact. I feel as though Ball has been a hindrance to player acquisition in the past and I'm content holding that as my own opinion. I'm not going to try and convince anyone otherwise if they don't agree.
  13. I'm not using the results to confirm my opinion that they were drafting on need. I'm using the results to confirm they made poor choices. And the only thing I brought up today was that by filling some holes in FA, it hopefully increases their chances to make good choices on draft day because they won't have huge holes pulling them in any specific direction. You're using a whole lot of words to address something neither of us can prove.
  14. Since we are now discussing this a 3rd time, I'm going to simply point out how stupid the conversation is. Neither of us can prove whether the 5 draft choices made on DBs in the top 2 rounds over the past four draft were the top rated players on their board. I'm not even saying they weren't. All I said was that filling perceived holes in free agency today makes it easier too avoid the temptation to reach. Whether they have in the past or not, they have less need to do it this year and that's a good thing. You seem to think those DBs were BPA, I don't. But neither of us can stake a claim at being right. Pigeon-holing a safety at CB, drafting a CB with shoulder issues that have only worsened, and drafting a CB who struggles in press coverage doesn't make a good case. And that's without even addressing the biggest issue. Even if they weren't reaching on those picks, they sure didn't make the right choice on Randall, Rollins, Jones, and King as things look right now. And Jackson has a ways to go as well.
  15. Using their top two picks on DBs in 3 out of the last 4 years sure doesn't scream coincidence. I feel like we've now had this conversation for the 3rd time btw, lol.