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  1. Eagles Mock Draft - A reintroduction

    I was being sarcastic. Who in gods name is J. Zaun? Or gives up second round value for Curtis Samuel?
  2. Eagles Mock Draft - A reintroduction

    Guy likes to live dangerously. Taking a shot on a guy like J. Zaun, giving away essentially a 2nd rounder for Curtis Samuel and rolling with him as our starting X receiver... He's a risk taker.
  3. I guess it depends on the situation. If one of the top 3 WR's falls to like pick 18, then absolutely trade up but I'm not comfortable trading away more than pick 21 and that first 4th rounder this year. I'd prefer to stay put and be able to draft one of the top 3 WR's but I don't know if that's in the cards. If we can trade down and still get one of my top 5 guys at WR, that could be great as well.
  4. Goldfish Improves Your Teams

    Thanks for running that for me. I like how trading back would set up the Eagles in this draft.
  5. Goldfish Improves Your Teams

    Can you do the Eagles trading down around 5-10 picks? Take 2 wrs within the first 3-4 picks.
  6. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    That would be phenomenal. We could finally maybe get some YAC. Edit: Also this would hopefully mean less Alshon Jeffery quick screens.
  7. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    I agree that they don't seem to call OPI very often. I also probably do need to do a more in-depth look at him for sure but I was just pointing out a few of my concerns.
  8. I'll try to help out.
  9. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    To me Mims looks very handsy and his route running could use some work to say the least. I know he timed well but I don't see the separation in games. Jalen Reagor looks like the real deal. Im not worried about a 4.47 40 yd dash (which is not slow). What's surprising is Reagor's ability to high point and adjust to the ball in the air which is excellent especially at his size. I'm cool with Reagor at 21 for sure.
  10. There is no reason to think Wentz vetoed a Hopkins trade. Eagles probably didn't want to give up the draft capital it would've taken. Houston probably and stupidly highly overvalued David Johnson. Also, Wentz is pulling the strings but Alshon is still here?
  11. I'm curious if the Jaguary intended to start Dennard outside or what? They already had Hayden under contract so presumably that would've been the case. I wonder of we'll have interest.
  12. Jets sign WR Breshad Perriman (One year, $8 M, $6 gt'd)

    Having two top ten WRS didn't have the effect you would think. Other QBs, with lesser receiving options, targeted their top two options more often than Winston did with Evans and Godwin. Godwin and Evans were targeted 239 times compared Detroit's top two options in 2011,Calvin Johnson and Brandon Pettigrew, who were targeted 286 times. The next year when Stafford put up 4967 yards, the same two players were targeted 305 times. Demarius Thomas and Eric Decker were also targeted more in during Manning's 2013 run. However, the Broncos and Lions third option during those years was targeted more than Perriman. The Buccaneers chose to spread the ball rather than focus their targets on just the the top two options as you suggest.
  13. How does free agency play into this? Teams keep the players they already acquired thus far in FA? Edit: Nevermind, I saw the post on the first page.
  14. Eagles sign CB Nickell Robey-Coleman

    I really like Robey-Coleman and I like the signing. Im just intrigued by the Eagles looking at so many inside corners, both veterans and draft prospects.
  15. Yea maybe Rasul and a late pick swap or something? I'd like to see Demarcus Robinson and/or Curtis Samuel with the Eagles and for Jeffery to be cut. Although, I am starting to think the Eagles won't be releasing Jeffery. So in that case that would mean Jackson, Jeffery, and JJ would be locks. There are maybe three open slots for WR's in this situation. I think they'll want to have two rookies make the team and one vet maybe?