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  1. All In (mock inside)

    I was not trying to do something realistic (meaning something the Packers would do), so I am not short in money. They idea was to push the team's finantial limits. I'm not in love with the OBJ trade either, but there are not many top WRs that are rumoured to be traded. Oh, and why would Z not want to make part of his deal guaranteed without losing a buck?
  2. Coronavirus (COVID-19) - 3rd try

    Well, the most similar viruses were SARS and MERS. SARS was contained in 4 months and MERS is still going on after 8 years in the Arabian Peninsula.
  3. Coronavirus (COVID-19) - 3rd try

    It's just the influence of Catalonia TBH. Data across the country looks "good". This week is going to be the one with most deaths, and from April 9th onwards (aproximately) active cases will start to drop.
  4. All In (mock inside)

    What do you mean? I restructured Z's contract to make some space. I think I explained it well. Not taking into account in season free agents. If needed, other restructures could be made. OBJ can be afforded, its just a case whether you'd like him on the team or not. I tried something different to see what type of team we would have if we used all of our bullets.
  5. All In (mock inside)

    Thet got the pick from the Colts, not the other way around.
  6. All In (mock inside)

    So yeah, this is another mock, just wanted to add a different flavor in the Title so people click the link. The mock is made with the intention of winning the SB this year and to do that future resources will be spent (cap, picks). We start with 10.7M of cap space after the Funchess signing. FA Tramon Williams 1Y/1.047M, 0.885 Cap Hit Delanie Walker 1Y/2M Tramon can still be our slot CB and if his play falls he can still play in dime/dollar packages. Delanie becomes our veteran pass catching TE. Now we have 9.1M in cap space aprox. Trade The Packers send Lane Taylor, MVS, a 2nd round pick and a 7th round pick (7.236) for OBJ. We get our second star reciever, no more excuses for AR. His 3 starting WR are now Adams, Beckham Jr. and Funchess. We do not have enough cap space this year. OBJ's cap hit is 14.25M and we only free up 4.1M with Lane Taylor, which would leave us with -1M in cap space aprox. So... Restructure Z. Smith's Roster Bonus (9.5M) is reconverted in SB, giving us 6.3M of cap space. Now we have 5.3M aprox of cap space. That means that we just have enough money to sign our draft picks. Draft We are still missing a starting DL. Gute starts to see how the board falls and decides to trade up: GB sends his 2020 & 2021 1st round picks to SF for the 13th overall pick (a trade down could make a lot of sense for SF, since they have the tool to compete for many years). 1.13 Javon Kinlaw DL, South Carolina We get a top prospect that can start contributing from day 1. No major holes in our roster are left. 3.94 Saahdiq Charles OT, LSU This is a good OT class, and although the top guys will probably gone, we will need a developmental RT that can start either in 2021 or 2022. Saahdiq has good size and is pretty young. 4.136 Logan Wilson LB, Wyoming We are still pretty thin at ILB, so adding another body will be pretty useful. Wilson is among the crop of LBs that will be selected between the 3rd and 5th rounds. 5.175 Albert Okwuegbunam TE, Missouri Once a 2nd round-type prospect, his idiocy and luck of production have made him fall in the board. Gute hopes that going to church every week and to Wendy's every fortnight will help him develop the tools he has. 6.192 Lamical Perine RB, Florida We get another RB to compete with Dexter Williams for the 3rd spot. 6.208 Kindle Vildor CB, Georgia Southern High-Sparq guy, might help in ST. 6.209 L'Jarius Sneed S, Louisiana Tech Same thing as above. 7.242 Dominik Eberle K, Utah State German dude to compete with Crosby. Who knows, he might replace him at some point. Not bad to have some insurance. So yeah, we are winning the SB with this team.
  7. Packers sign Devin Funchess

    Last year we should have picked Jeffery Simmons.
  8. Coronavirus (COVID-19) - 3rd try

    Doctors And Nurses Say More People Are Dying Of COVID-19 In The US Than We Know
  9. Coronavirus (COVID-19) - 3rd try

    It's what's happening to every other country. It's too late when people react.
  10. Coronavirus (COVID-19) - 3rd try

    For those of you who are talking about testing negative and the positive, the WHO stated (I can't find where) that you don't get infected again. It's just that after overcoming all of its symptoms there's a fluctuating amount of residual virus in you body for up to 16 days. Here in Spain if you get cured you must stay at home for at least two weeks doing self-quarantine. I know it because I am delivering food to a couple of friends who are in this situation.
  11. 2020 Annual Packer Draft Contest

    Pick # 1 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Pick # 2 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Pick # 3 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Pick # 4 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Pick # 5 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Pick # 6 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Pick # 7 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Pick # 8 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Pick # 9 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Pick # 10 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E)
  12. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    I'd love it with our 3rd round pick.
  13. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    With the DL, we just have to hope that Gute signs some useful guy and Keke shows some improvements, 'cos we ain't getting anything of value in this draft that will contribute on year 1. It's either WR or OT with the 1st pick. Hopefully there's some OTs left by the 30th pick.
  14. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    Not in 100 years. You either draft a fattie, a QB or a DB in the 1st. The RBs I would consider drafting with the 30th pick are the ones that are always taken in the top 10.
  15. NFL News & Notes

    I mean, we signed Rick Wagner, Christian Kirksey and Devin Funchess. I know it is for far less money, but still.
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