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  1. Does Rivers make the HoF?

    How does his career compare to Warren Moon, Dan Fouts, Jim Kelly, and a few of the other weaker HoF QBs? What does he need to do to match them?
  2. What would you offer for Khalil Mack?

    A mid round pick. Not worth more than that to pick up a likely 24 million per year deal. I would rather spend that money in FA and keep the draft picks.
  3. Does Rivers make the HoF?

    If Rivers makes three more pro bowls without accomplishing much else, would ten probowls at QB effectively require him to get in?
  4. Does Rivers make the HoF?

    If not, what does he need to do going forward?
  5. Is the Steelers offense overrated?

    Ben has made less with more the last few seasons. Elite talent everywhere but no consistency.
  6. What order do they retire in?

    Brady Brees Eli Ben Rivers Rodgers Smith
  7. The AFC post-Brady/Belichick Patriots

    No obvious answer right now. Whoever ends up with the best HC and young QB combo, or generational QB really. Which doesn’t have an obvious answer now.
  8. What if the Buccaneers were magically given the first overall pick in 1998 and they used it on Manning? Would the subsequent Tampa teams be better or more successful than the Dungy/Manning teams in Indy?
  9. Which of the two will have a better season and career?
  10. Browns trade WR Corey Coleman to the Bills

    Is Dorsey the worst GM in the NFL?
  11. Your HC or your starting QB. Which do you keep?

    An old QB or an old HC? Probably HC because Belichick could at least theoretically coach until he is in his 70s and perform at a high level.
  12. Next Super Bowl winning coach to be fired

    Does anyone here who is not a Ravens fan think that the Ravens recent struggles have been Harbaugh’s fault?
  13. I decided to get this started by voting for all of them. Chicago: This years Rams and Eagles. Good defense and running game, young QB steps up with new receivers and they are an incredibly balanced team. Browns: Already solid defensively and likely better this year, strong offensive line, great receiving duo, and a QB coming off a playoff berth. Broncos: Only three years removed from a Super Bowl Championship, Great defense, new QB who had a great year in Minnesota, great receiving duo. Texans: QB was posting MVP caliber numbers as a rookie last year, great receiving duo, elite defense with Watt and Merciless back. Giants: Two Time Super Bowl winning QB, elite WR, elite RB, elite TE on offense, with a defense that was elite just two years ago. Jets: Three QBs so one of them can probably amount to something. The Bills and Dolphins could be awful, Brady is old. The Jets were underestimated last season and are probably being underestimated this year. 49ers: Elite QB who is 9-0 and led them to 5-0 last year. What more to say? Buccaneers: Great offseason, great offensive weapons, Winston finally breaks out. Final standings 1: Texans 2: Browns 3: Broncos 4: Jets 1: Giants 2: 49ers 3: Bears 4: Buccaneers
  14. Next Super Bowl winning coach to be fired

    Interesting that New Orleans likes Payton more than Green Bay likes McCarthy, when McCarthy’s teams have been objectively superior.
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