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  1. News and Notes: Offseason Edition

    Exactly. Anything he gives us should be a bonus. We need to plan like he is not a part of the team and anything we get from hin is gravy.
  2. Our Best Oline for 2019

    I agree with your logic. I'm just saying trade Collins now. Let William's and Fleming battle it out for RT. This way we know if we need to find a replacement for next year. Start McGovern at LG. If we trade Collins, I believe it could open up almost $9 million in cap space that we could use to resign our key players.
  3. Our Best Oline for 2019

    If the plan is to let Collins walk and move C-Will to RT next year, why not start that process now? See what you have in both Connors and then we know where we stand next year.
  4. I see him with about the same outcome as last year with a few more tds. I believe Witten and Cobb will eat up a lot of targets along with Amari getting his. Add in the running game and Pollard supposedly getting touches, I just dont see enough balls going around.
  5. Season Expectations pt. 2: Byron Jones

    I think a slight regression. Something in my gut just says Chido out plays him and Byron gets picked on more.
  6. Season Expectations pt. 1: Amari Cooper

    I think he is about 1100 yards and 6 tds. I believe Cobb is going to eat a lot of targets and an extra focus on running will prevent Coop from going off.
  7. The Run Game doesnt matter

    So do you ever think Daks best games are because the defenses are selling out to stop Zeke? Regardless if Zeke goes for 50 or 150, you can see defenses stacking the box to stop Zeke. Numerous defensive players for other teams have stated, stop Zeke and force Dak to beat you. So when Dak is on, we typically win because he is efficient. The issue I have with Dak is for him to earn $30 plus million, he needs to be consistent.
  8. My top 3: Chidobe Gallup Woods
  9. News and Notes: Offseason Edition

    I was being sarcastic more than anything. I'm ok with paying Dak $20 million. I'm ok with tagging him at the end of the year. I believe if we pay him $30 million+, were not going to be able to keep our D together. Me personally, there are only a handful of QBs I'd pay that much because once you do, they have to overcome the shortfalls of the team. I dont think Dak is that player.
  10. News and Notes: Offseason Edition

    Dak has mediocre passing games because he has never played with a pro bowl receiver, pro bow tight end, or any pro bowl lineman. And dont forget, his RB is overrated. Just imagine if he had 1 weapon on offense.
  11. News and Notes: Offseason Edition

    How can our oline and RB both be overrated when Zeke has led the league in rushing in 2 of 3 years? If the oline is garbage and Zeke is overrated, shouldnt his numbers be mediocre too?
  12. News and Notes: Offseason Edition

    If Dak cant improve then neither should his contract.
  13. News and Notes: Offseason Edition

    So honest question. If our oline goes back to 2016 form. And you need to pay Cooper because Dak needs weapons. And we need a top running game. And we need to pay our defense because as you put it, that was a main reason we lost to the Rams. How do you pay Dak $30 - $35 million and keep all the players you say he needs? If I'm paying my QB that much money, he has to be able to consistently do more with less. My gut feeling is were going to end up paying Dak that much money and were going to lose defensive talent. Then your excuse will be our defense is losing games and it's not Daks fault.
  14. News and Notes: Offseason Edition

    Gerald McCoy about to be released
  15. News and Notes: Offseason Edition

    Have you seen the man clap? It is very aggressive.
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