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  1. OTA/Mini-camp Thread

    Jarvis Landry speaking on 92.3 this morning on the Baker Mayfield/Duke Johnson stuff: "I say to you that it's a non-issue. It's not one we're feeling any particular way about. It's blown up from you guys' end more than it really is"
  2. OTA/Mini-camp Thread

    First of all Mike Silver is an idiot..... Second, I read the article. Outside of the title and the first paragraph, nothing in the article alludes to there being any kind of rift or issue between Monken and Kitchens. This is another non ******* story the media is driving so they have something to get fn clicks.
  3. 2019 Off-Season Roster Building: Free Agency & Draft

    I have: Colts vs Chargers. Ravens vs Texans Rams vs Saints Falcons vs Eagles Browns vs Texans Chargers vs Patriots Eagles vs Packers Saints vs Seahawks. Browns vs Patriots Seahawks vs Packers Browns vs Seahawks in the SuperBowl.
  4. Pick 1 to Underwhelm

    I think the team is a lot higher on Devalve than most people here....... Not sure why all the hate for him. His blocking is a little sub-par, but in so far as a second TE goes, he is the best receiving back up we have had. It will likely be a tight battle between him and Demetrius Harris for that 2nd spot. But the 3rd will go to whomever the other one is.
  5. 2019 Off-Season Roster Building: Free Agency & Draft

    Landry is worth every penny we are paying him. I expect that he will have a good year. Somewhere in the 85-90 catches with 900+ yards. They "may" try to restructure his deal next year, but I doubt it. My guess is we keep him next year as well, and plan on moving on from him after the 2020 season. Sorry, but Schobert and Tretter are not more valuable than Landry. Yes we have a stacked WR room right now. But we also have multiple players who can play center(for a lot cheaper), and by all accounts have 2 solid(potentially great) rookie linebackers. What Landry brought to the team was a lot more than his on the field play(which is invaluable by itself), but also helped finally swing the locker room. Yes it is a business. So Landry and OBJ both finishing their careers here together is highly unlikely. But we aren't going to disrupt that next year. We "should" win our division this year, and make a run in the playoffs. Next year the SuperBowl should be a real shot. They will want to keep the core players in tact for that run.
  6. OTA/Mini-camp Thread

    Belay that. Apparently he was lol.
  7. OTA/Mini-camp Thread

    I don't think he was.
  8. OTA/Mini-camp Thread

    The problem with that is this is exactly how you go from winning by a large margin, to potentially losing the game. Yes we need to work the clock. But we also need to extend drives. Running on 3rd and long is not the answer for late 3rd and early 4th quarter drives with a big lead. You still need to play to score and maintain your lead. Yes, 5 minutes left in the 4th quarter, you stuff the ball down their throat. But 3rd quarter up 14, with 6 minutes left until the 4th, you do not run on 4th and 10.
  9. OTA/Mini-camp Thread

    What matters is that you keep extending drives. You do not need to "run" the ball to run the clock out. Granted large chunks of yards can be counter productive to running the clock out..... I will take a 3rd and 10 on our 20 going 80 yards for a TD every single time over 3rd and 10, running the ball for 4-5 yards and punting, just to burn extra time.
  10. Dorsey - What have you done for us lately?

    That's not really how it works. There are only so many of these jobs, and they only become available every so often. No one is going to sit back and wait when the opportunity presents itself. As far as money, the difference is HUGE. Front office execs are in the $150,000-$400,000 range. Most GMs are making over a million a year. While the former isn't "bad money" as you say, it is significantly less than what a GM makes.
  11. OTA/Mini-camp Thread

    Why not? You think we are cracking 2500 yards rushing? 2013 Bronco's had less talent and put up 5400+ passing yards and 1800+ rushing yards. Mahomes put up 5k+ last year with 1800+ rushing. Again, said its "possible", not that it WILL happen.
  12. OTA/Mini-camp Thread

    Unless of course Freddie learns from our past mistakes. We lost a lot of games over the years from taking our foot off the gas and trying to burn clock while teams make a come back.
  13. Dorsey - What have you done for us lately?

    Fairly certain the Rooney rule only applies to head coach openings.
  14. Dorsey - What have you done for us lately?

    Why would that matter for a front office exec? They both have the background. Are you saying people shouldn't look for/take a promotion until they've hit something out of the park? If that was the case most people that move up the ladder would be stuck for years beyond when they could.