Jump to content


Veteran Members
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

245 Veteran
  1. Vikings trade WR Diggs to Bills

    Garage trade, Don't really have more to say, but i doubt I watch much Vikings football in 2020.
  2. Discuss Diggs’ “Drama”

  3. Discuss Diggs’ “Drama”

    Not sure how the team can reconcile both extending Cousins and trading Diggs.... Guess we'll see what happens
  4. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    Who at best fills Conklins role. It's weird that everyone wants to invest in the trenches but when the team cuts one of its best blockers, he's replaceable
  5. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    Cutting Morgan sucks. One of those under valued utility players that provide more to a team than is measurable. I would argue the team missed him this year
  6. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    Do you think thats its only the players we hear about that don't like the market or cities they play in? There is probably a pretty strong contingent of players that don't really like their situation but are also in relatively immovable contract situations, like Diggs is. Besides, to this point, the only indications we have of Diggs wanting out are entirely speculative. But if he walks into the GMs office and says he wants out, Spielman can tell him that's nice, see you in June.
  7. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    I 100% mean this when I say it, the Vikings should sign PJ Walker
  8. Moving On To 2020/2021.

  9. Everson Griffin Voids Final 3 Years of Deal

    I don't have much of a problem with Obenigbo being a full time starter and think he could at least be at an above replacement level there if not better. But losing Giffen would be a difficult hit to suffer the. The problem is I think he would be best suited in a rotational role that keeps him fresh all season and I doubt they can work out a contract that compensates him at that level cause he'll likely want much more. Him and Reiff are easily the toughest decisions among the cap casualty options.
  10. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    *whispers* Byron Jones
  11. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    If they're offering a nice contract his role would be changing. He'd be taking Harris's position. Besides. The real question is what are people thoughts on if the team opted to move forward with Kerse over Harris? It could be half the cost, or maybe less and would give them more freedom to make things happen elsewhere on the roster. I'm curious why Zimmer seemed to sour on Kerse as a player despite obvious develoment. Maybe he has some poor work habits, but from the information I have at hand, whatever team lands Kerse is going to be getting a very nice player
  12. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    I mean it's was only a hypothetical. Besides money talks. We dont really know the reason for the angst but it's seems to be related, at least partly, to his playing time. An offer extension that says, you're the starter could move things in the right direction
  13. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    So, somewhat of a contrarian idea, but would letting Harris walk and extending Kerse instead be the savvy move? Obviously this seems to require some bridge building, but the more I think about it, the more it feels like this might be the better option.
  14. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-hitting-sweet-spot-cap-allocation-offense interesting article from PFF that also had the above statement. Obviously it requires more investigation but pff seem to believe (with evidence) that receivers contribute quite a bit to winning, relative to other positions. Which is kind of wild to me lots of incomplete information atm, but thought I'd share anyway, and the article is interesting if you're in to that kind of stuff.
  15. Moving On To 2020/2021.

    I wouldn't trade either, personally, but I've been wondering why everyone is hyped up about trading Diggs over Thielen as well. End of the day, elite or near elite WRs are worth more than most are giving credit and the offese needs both imo