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  1. All 32 Starting QB's Next Season

    NFL stopped doing those years ago.
  2. For me it's 2010. 7-9 team wins division and a playoff game. NFC had maybe the worst 1-2 seeds in history and the best teams in the conference were the two wild card teams. Chargers were the first ranked offense and defense and missed the playoffs. 6-seed makes a fairly smooth and dominant SB run that in hindsight shouldn't have been that surprising given who they played. Patriots had one of their best regular seasons ever and feel flat on their face in the divisional round.
  3. Is Jimmy Garoppolo underrated?

    He's good, not great. He's top 10-12. I think if you put him on the Seahawks they are 8-8. He won't lose you games, and he may even win you some. But he won't carry an offense.
  4. It's hard to project that tbh. Rams are on a decline and have no first round picks for the forseeable future and will be putting half their cap space to 5-6 players. I see them being mediocre tbh. If Russell Wilson declines even a little bit the Seahawks are 7-9/8-8. They were pretty lucky with the amount of close games they won this year and I don't think it's sustainable. Cardinals have promise but they have to add a serious amount of talent to the roster before they start contending. 49ers have a great coach and Jimmy is a good QB but pretty much no team other than the Patriots is this good every year.
  5. This Super Bowl can be dubbed the, "We were right to move on from Alex Smith Bowl."
  6. All 32 Starting QB's Next Season

    Depends how much we have to pay him. If it's 12+ mil I'd rather just roll with Tyrod and use that money to spend in FA to fill holes.
  7. All 32 Starting QB's Next Season

    Patriots - Tom Brady Bills - Josh Allen Dolphins - Ryan Fitzpatrick (with Tua on the bench to potentially take over midseason) Jets - Sam Darnold Ravens - Lamar Jackson Steelers - Ben Roethlisberger Browns - Baker Mayfield Bengals - Joe Burrow Colts - Jacoby Brissett Titans - Ryan Tannehill Texans - Deshaun Watson Jaguars - Andy Dalton Chiefs - Patrick Mahomes Broncos - Drew Lock Chargers - Tyrod Taylor (Justin Herbert on the bench) Raiders - Derek Carr Cowboys - Dak Prescott Eagles - Carson Wentz Giants - Daniel Jones Redskins - Dwayne Haskins Vikings - Kirk Cousins Packers - Aaron Rodgers Lions - Matt Stafford Bears - Mitch Trubisky Saints - Drew Brees Falcons - Matt Ryan Panthers - Kyle Allen Buccaneers - Philip Rivers Cardinals - Kyler Murray 49ers - Jimmy G Seahawks - Russell Wilson Rams - Jared Goff
  8. All 32 Starting QB's Next Season

    I'd rather just start Tyrod and draft Tua/Herbert than go pay more money to get Mariota.
  9. Want To Win A Super Bowl? Don't Pay Your QB.

    I think you're being a bit extreme with this. By no means are the Falcons an overall successful franchise. But I think it's a huge stretch to say they are one of the worst franchises in American sports. The Bengals, Arizona Cardinals, Jaguars, Titans/Oilers, Padres, Mariners, Rangers, and probably a handful on NBA/NHL franchises are worse. (I don't follow those leagues close enough to really comment on specific teams) But yes I agree the ultimate goal should always be to end a championship.
  10. I mean bandwagon fans is irrelevant. And yes I count them as both because they are the only NBA team in that area. (I consider Sacramento separate from the Bay Area)
  11. Uhhh no I don’t. Baseball season is all within the same calendar year. I consider this the 2019 football season. How can I not count the 2010 Giants when literally the entire season they played was in the year 2010?
  12. I think if the 49ers win you have to give SF the nod over Boston for best sports city of the decade.
  13. Rank the current Head Coaches

    Tier 1 Bill Belichick Tier 2 Andy Reid John Harbaugh Pete Carroll Sean Payton Tier 3 Kyle Shanahan Sean McVay Doug Pederson Mike Tomlin Sean McDermott Frank Reich Mike Zimmer I'm leaving some guys out because either I'm not sure what to think of them yet or I just think they are bad. Also before people try to argue that Shanahan should be higher the 49ers have exactly 1 year of being good under him. I'm not putting any coach above tier 3 that doesn't have several seasons of consistent winning teams.
  14. Trevor Lawrence vs Joe Burrow

    I actually think Lawrence is safer tbh. Burrow is much more likely to be an injury bust because he runs A LOT. Lawrence can move but he doesn't put himself in position to be drilled nearly as much as Burrow does. And with Burrow to be playing behind the Bengals O-line next year it is a bit concerning.