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  1. In my estimate, we give Darnold another year but with weapons this time. Starting over with an unknown rookie just doesn't seem to make sense. A new coach, new weapons and we will see if he is gonna be a starter or a back-up somewhere else next year. As of today, Robert Salah is the coach front runner, so I assume we switch to a 4-3 defense. I think we will be playing a 4-2-5 defense 50% of the time, so DB's and DE are what we need on DEF. I would love to trade CJ Mosley, if anyone would take that huge contract, i'd take a 4th round pick. We re-sign; Marcus Mayes $8 million a yr
  2. Matt Eberflus, Colts' DC. - no thanks Arthur Smith, Titans' OC. - no thanks Joe Brady, Panthers' OC. - OK Josh McDaniels, Patriots' OC. - no thanks Todd Monken, Bulldogs' OC. - no thanks Eric Bieniemy, Chiefs' AOC. - no thanks Robert Saleh, 49ers' DC. - OK Jim Harbaugh, Wolverines' HC. - OK Brian Daboll, Bills' OC. - OK Nick Sirianni, Colts' OC. - no thanks Dennis Allen, Saints' DC. - no thanks Dan Campbell, Saints' TE coach. - no thanks Chad Morris, Tigers' OC. - no thanks Pete Carmichael Jr, Saints' AOC. - no thanks Duce Staley, Eagles' RB coach. - no th
  3. Not enough in trade for Dallas to move up. 2600 points for 2010 points (1500 + 510) plus a 2022 3rd which equals 120 points. Future draft picks equal the last pick of the round. Totally unrealistic. Dallas would have to give 2022 first for this to work!
  4. The problem is pick #2 doesn't get you Trevor Lawrence, it gets you the consolation prize. We CAN NOT miss on another draft pick. That is the reason we have the worst roster in football, we don't draft well. With the #2 overall pick we need a player that defiantly can make it in the NFL, not take another chance in hopes that we get a good player.
  5. Thats the problem, we can't "take a chance on" a guy, we need players not chances. Take a sure thing rather than a player who could be another Sam Darnold and have to re-start in 3 years yet again.
  6. Zack Wilson is not a given. He had a great year vs inferior competition. 53 td - 15 int career is not earth shattering and he only had 1 great year this year 30 td - 3 int. 2019 11 td - 9 int and 2018 12 td - 3 int. One of the best talent evaluators of all time Bill Parcell, rules for drafting a QB, and he's WAY smarter than all of us combined. Be a three-year starter. = no, 2 1/2 YEARS Be a senior in college. = NO Graduate from college. = NO Start 30 games. = NO 29 GAMES Win 23 games. = NO ONLY 20 GAMES WON Post a 2-1 touchdown-to-interce
  7. Zack Wilson is not a given. He had a great year vs inferior competition. 53 td - 15 int career is not earth shattering and he only had 1 great year this year 30 td - 3 int. 2019 11 td - 9 int and 2018 12 td - 3 int. One of the best talent evaluators of all time Bill Parcell, rules for drafting a QB, and he's WAY smarter than all of us combined. Be a three-year starter. = no, 2 1/2 YEARS Be a senior in college. = NO Graduate from college. = NO Start 30 games. = NO 29 GAMES Win 23 games. = NO ONLY 20 GAMES WON Post a 2-1 touchdown-to-interce
  8. I voted for Sam but I think "other" is a real option. I think there is a real chance we sign a free agent QB, trade Sam to give both him and the team a fresh start. I don't think any of the other rookie qb's are worth #2, and if someone else does, we can trade back and get some extra picks. Here is a list of some potential QB's I think we could end up with starting; Dak Prescott, IF Dallas decided to move on because of the huge salary concerns, I would hope we gift wrapped $40 million a year for him........ agreed it's a very long shot Jameis Winston, 121 td's to 88 ints career, 5
  9. OK, no #1, start completely over..... there isn't a QB worth the #2 pick. Fields has had 2 terrible games this year, and he is not worth #2. Start over with Darnold staying or signing a free agent QB. your free agents were ok except Joe Thuney LG- please do not pay $16-$18 mil per year for and OG, sign a rookie in the 3rd round who's not quite as good, but saves $15-$17 million per year and a position that makes a difference. I would love to trade CJ Mosley, take a 4th or 5th round pick for him, maybe Washington who has cap space and Riverboat Ron loves LB's. 1(
  10. agreed, this draft should have been called my delusional dreams.
  11. agreed, this draft should have been called my delusional dreams. Cooper is traded for pick #18, Miami won't get Chase at #18 or #14 where I have them drafting. They could package both and move up to #4 or #5 (from the trade chart value), but would you rather have Cooper and Etienne or trade both for just JaMarr Chase? As for the salary, you have a good QB on the cheap for the next 5 years, now is the time you can pay a top player premium money and not worry about it. In 5 years when Tua's salary goes to $35 million+ a year is when you really have to worry about paying co
  12. TRADES - not all but important to the draft Dallas trades A. Cooper to Miami for #18 - Miami has extra draft pick and gets a top 10 WR Dallas trades #8, #18 and franchised Dak Prescott for #1 (and extra first round in 2022 draft IF Dak does not sign long term deal). - Trevor Lawrence pulls a Eli and refuses to play for the Jets or Jacksonville. The Jets trade for best package available and try and invest most of draft capital to get Dak Prescott to sign longer deal Indy trades # 20 to Jets for Sam Darnold - most people think Sam Darnold is still a good option at QB, just the Je
  13. Wondering how you have the Jets falling to #3? do you really think they will win 3 games? If they win 1 and Jacksonville losses out They still get #1. and to have Dallas #2, the Jest would have to win 3. Silly draft order.
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