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8 hours ago, oakdb36 said:

Get Bynes as a stopgap. Draft some more.

Bynes is going to cost $19 over 2 years and Burfict + Kendricks will be $9.5 over 2 years.  I would take the chance with Burfict and Kendricks as a stop gap combo for half the price.

 

Also if I am correct the Worley's price is $5.3 right now I would sign him this round or next.

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1 hour ago, drfrey13 said:

Bynes is going to cost $19 over 2 years and Burfict + Kendricks will be $9.5 over 2 years.  I would take the chance with Burfict and Kendricks as a stop gap combo for half the price.

 

Also if I am correct the Worley's price is $5.3 right now I would sign him this round or next.

Gotta remember other teams are bidding on these guy's.

No guarantee that we land them.

The APY is just the starting point.

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1 hour ago, DTMW78 said:

Gotta remember other teams are bidding on these guy's.

No guarantee that we land them.

The APY is just the starting point.

I do not think anyone touches Burfict or Kendrick's right now and most will want to wait on Worley another round or 2.  I think grabbing those 3 right now stops you from having to panic and over spend later.  Also if someone is willing to spend $6+ on Worley let them have him.

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Round 3 in the books.

LVR 2432 - Vontaze Burfict - ILB LVR $1,851,300
LVR 1098 - Jalen Richard - RB LVR $6,860,480
LVR 1239 - Joe Walker - ILB LVR $3,149,802
LVR 1847 - Nevin Lawson - CB LVR $4,376,092

 

Decided not to bid on Kendricks and went for Walker instead. He started 10 games last year for the cards and has some good upside imo. Good vs the run and has some cover ability.

He's fast which is always a plus and at the very least you get a excellent special teams guy. 

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Full results for round 3 

Team: Player Identifier Awarded Team Adj. Contract Offer Amount
ARI 1935 - Peyton Barber - RB ARI $4,593,893
ARI 0349 - Cameron Fleming - LT ARI $4,656,917
ARI 1812 - Mychal Kendricks - 43OLB ARI $6,454,435
ARI 1239 - Joe Walker - ILB *OUTBID* $2,920,398
ATL 0144 - Anthony Ratliff-Williams - WR ATL $991,667
ATL 1167 - Jatavis Brown - 43OLB ATL $1,992,333
ATL 1269 - Johnathan Cyprien - S ATL $1,497,250
ATL 2474 - Xavier Su'a-Filo - LG *OUTBID* $2,239,236
BAL 1163 - Jason Spriggs - LT BAL $2,334,722
BUF 2146 - Shaq Lawson - 43DE BUF $33,744,356
BUF 2222 - Tajae Sharpe - WR BUF $12,116,416
BUF 1872 - Nick Vigil - 43OLB BUF $5,208,025
BUF 1875 - Nigel Bradham - ILB BUF $14,277,778
BUF 1969 - Quinton Spain - LG BUF $21,233,534
CAR 1565 - Lane Taylor - LG CAR $10,222,222
CAR 1743 - Michael Bennett - 43DT CAR $12,232,523
CAR 1806 - Morgan Burnett - S CAR $9,097,222
CAR 1533 - Kyle Love - 34DT CAR $3,131,417
CHI 1184 - Jeff Heath - S CHI $7,354,358
CHI 2266 - Terrence Brooks - S CHI $4,268,095
CHI 1169 - Javien Elliott - CB CHI $3,926,271
CIN 1356 - Josh McCown - QB CIN $5,401,113
CIN 1342 - Josh Bynes - ILB CIN $13,821,671
CIN 2311 - Tramon Williams - CB CIN $11,905,418
CLE 1998 - Ray-Ray Armstrong - ILB CLE $1,754,167
CLE 1063 - Jacob Hollister - TE CLE $5,308,061
CLE 2474 - Xavier Su'a-Filo - LG CLE $3,584,913
DAL 0625 - Darius Kilgo - 43DT DAL $2,565,102
DAL 1800 - Mohamed Sanu - WR DAL $16,918,326
DAL 1605 - LP Ladouceur - LS DAL $932,270
DAL 1356 - Josh McCown - QB *OUTBID* $3,981,944
DET 1637 - Manti Te'o - ILB DET $1,751,167
DET 1169 - Javien Elliott - CB *OUTBID* $2,818,403
DET 2222 - Tajae Sharpe - WR *OUTBID* $5,269,329
GB 2381 - Tyler Ervin - RB GB $3,239,510
GB 1638 - Marcedes Lewis - TE GB $2,989,231
HOU 0284 - Brett Hundley - QB HOU $5,407,022
HOU 1940 - Phillip Dorsett - WR HOU $10,175,926
HOU 0191 - Beau Allen - 43DT HOU $9,723,920
HOU 0366 - Carlos Hyde - RB HOU $11,783,830
IND 2036 - Robert Griffin III - QB IND $8,615,741
IND 0876 - Emmanuel Ogbah - 43DE IND $20,032,022
IND 2146 - Shaq Lawson - 43DE *OUTBID* $24,876,235
JAC 2358 - Treyvon Hester - 34DE JAC $1,995,875
JAC 1389 - Justin Ellis - 34DE JAC $1,581,770
JAC 0173 - Austin Johnson - 34DT *OUTBID* $4,075,211
KC 0661 - David Moore - WR KC $2,059,259
KC 1284 - Jon Halapio - C KC $2,382,407
KC 0146 - Anthony Sherman - RB KC $2,156,364
KC 0876 - Emmanuel Ogbah - 43DE *OUTBID* $17,294,113
KC 2047 - Roderick Johnson - LT *OUTBID* $5,524,537
LAC 1160 - Jason Peters - LT LAC $16,986,111
LAC 0122 - Andy Dalton - QB LAC $45,572,002
LAR 0481 - Cody Kessler - QB LAR $3,032,523
LAR 0619 - Darian Thompson - S LAR $2,782,523
LVR 2432 - Vontaze Burfict - ILB LVR $1,851,300
LVR 1098 - Jalen Richard - RB LVR $6,860,480
LVR 1239 - Joe Walker - ILB LVR $3,149,802
LVR 1847 - Nevin Lawson - CB LVR $4,376,092
MIA 1218 - Jimmie Ward - CB MIA $40,979,869
MIA 1940 - Phillip Dorsett - WR *OUTBID* $8,286,722
MIA 1063 - Jacob Hollister - TE *OUTBID* $4,140,363
MIN 1140 - Janoris Jenkins - CB MIN $29,991,954
MIN 0365 - Cassanova McKinzy - 34OLB MIN $1,192,361
MIN 1487 - Kentrell Brothers - ILB MIN $2,972,725
MIN 0588 - Dan Bailey - K MIN $3,480,376
NE 2265 - Terrell Suggs - 34OLB NE $1,922,054
NE 1120 - James Ferentz - LG NE $2,786,021
NE 0191 - Beau Allen - 43DT *OUTBID* $8,180,745
NO 0173 - Austin Johnson - 34DT NO $9,297,791
NO 0185 - B.J. Goodson - ILB NO $4,096,692
NO 0187 - B.W. Webb - CB NO $9,002,508
NYG 0296 - Brian Poole - CB NYG $36,251,853
NYG 2023 - Ricky Wagner - RT NYG $16,286,837
NYJ 2420 - Vic Beasley - 43OLB NYJ $13,617,173
NYJ 0056 - Albert Wilson - WR NYJ $19,634,539
NYJ 1846 - Neville Hewitt - ILB NYJ $4,181,713
NYJ 0254 - Brandon Copeland - 34OLB *OUTBID* $3,374,333
NYJ 1969 - Quinton Spain - LG *OUTBID* $8,544,749
PIT 1444 - Kayvon Webster - CB PIT $2,996,627
PIT 1969 - Quinton Spain - LG *OUTBID* $7,615,650
SEA 1357 - Josh Norman - CB SEA $32,851,852
SEA 0231 - Bobby Hart - RT SEA $8,583,333
SEA 2177 - Spencer Long - C SEA $6,583,333
SEA 0052 - Al Woods - 43DT SEA $10,467,500
SF 2022 - Ricky Seals-Jones - TE SF $1,592,361
SF 1940 - Phillip Dorsett - WR *OUTBID* $6,208,603
TB 0254 - Brandon Copeland - 34OLB TB $10,951,775
TB 1541 - Kyle Van Noy - 34OLB TB $54,758,873
TB 2047 - Roderick Johnson - LT TB $5,968,750
TB 1499 - Kevin Minter - ILB TB $2,036,083
TB 1499 - Kevin Minter - ILB *OUTBID* $1,912,417
WAS 0315 - Buck Allen - RB WAS $2,493,307
WAS 0017 - Aaron Colvin - CB WAS $3,709,491

 

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5 hours ago, DTMW78 said:

Round 3 in the books.

LVR 2432 - Vontaze Burfict - ILB LVR $1,851,300
LVR 1098 - Jalen Richard - RB LVR $6,860,480
LVR 1239 - Joe Walker - ILB LVR $3,149,802
LVR 1847 - Nevin Lawson - CB LVR $4,376,092

 

Decided not to bid on Kendricks and went for Walker instead. He started 10 games last year for the cards and has some good upside imo. Good vs the run and has some cover ability.

He's fast which is always a plus and at the very least you get a excellent special teams guy. 

Sensible bringing Burfict, Richard and Lawson back. That gives you some flexibility now in that you can draft a CB or LB high but you’re not desperate and can go BPA at most spots. Honestly don’t know much about Walker, he seems like a kind of low key FA we like bringing in.

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2 hours ago, Darbsk said:

Sensible bringing Burfict, Richard and Lawson back. That gives you some flexibility now in that you can draft a CB or LB high but you’re not desperate and can go BPA at most spots. Honestly don’t know much about Walker, he seems like a kind of low key FA we like bringing in.

Walker looks good to me, saw him play a couple of times last year and he played well on both occasions.

Makes nice reads and fly's after the ball, quick and athletic.

I would say the top 3 are set in Littleton, Burfict and Compton but Walker is a solid depth spot starter type guy who plays well on ST.

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Ryan Tannehill is still available if you think he would be an upgrade on Carr.

Thoughts?

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55 minutes ago, DTMW78 said:

Ryan Tannehill is still available if you think he would be an upgrade on Carr.

Thoughts?

I honestly do not believe he is.  It would be a new system for him.  Carr is looking at year 3.  Carr is still at 100m pricetag, what would Tannehill command?

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1 hour ago, DTMW78 said:

Ryan Tannehill is still available if you think he would be an upgrade on Carr.

Thoughts?

Interesting. Depends on the $ he may cost. His mobility would be a site for sore eyes that's for sure. 

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1 hour ago, DTMW78 said:

Ryan Tannehill is still available if you think he would be an upgrade on Carr.

Thoughts?

I am not sold on Tannehill but a backup that can play has been needed for a couple years.  Maybe Driskel, Daniel, and Sudfeld could be good low cost options.  I might even see what Trubisky could do in Gruden's offense.  If you are going to cut Carr then you need to sign someone like Tannehill.

 

2 hours ago, DTMW78 said:

Walker looks good to me, saw him play a couple of times last year and he played well on both occasions.

Makes nice reads and fly's after the ball, quick and athletic.

I would say the top 3 are set in Littleton, Burfict and Compton but Walker is a solid depth spot starter type guy who plays well on ST.

I do not know about Walker but like you said he is depth and special teams.  Compton should be our #1 backup not a starter.  Need a starting quality SLB to go with Littleton and Burfict.

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3 hours ago, DTMW78 said:

Walker looks good to me, saw him play a couple of times last year and he played well on both occasions.

Makes nice reads and fly's after the ball, quick and athletic.

I would say the top 3 are set in Littleton, Burfict and Compton but Walker is a solid depth spot starter type guy who plays well on ST.

Good to know, Ill have to keep an eye out for him for sure.

Tannehill I wouldnt trust, he's had a great year no doubt but ehen the chips were down the coaches didn't trust him with the ball and I honestly feel Carr will do really well with a couple good WR options. Tannehill's stock us at its max and someone will overpay for a flash in the pan IMHO.    

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Carr and Tannehill are essentially the same guy IMO. I think its entirely possible Carr could go to a new destination and have a similar resurgence to Tannehill in Tennessee this year. Whether it be because of better weapons, better coaching, or just a change of scenery doing a world of good. Their stats are ridiculously similar. Both guys are athletic for the QB position (though Tannehill uses it and Carr doesn't), both guys have very good short and medium accuracy, before this year both guys had a history of being check down artists... High completion percentage, lack of big plays, 20-30 touchdowns and 10ish picks a year. Carr's familiarity in the system gives him the edge over bringing in a guy like Tannehill, unless you can get Tannehill for 5+ million less than what Carr is going to make this year, and you can get a decent asset for DC, then the advantage is worth it, and if you wouldn't have to tie up a bunch of guaranteed money over the next 2+ years. And that's not likely. Even if Tannehill is a slight upgrade on the field (I'm not sure he is) he'd be learning a new system, that's notoriously difficult to grasp and you're likely looking at making a long term commitment. I'd prefer to keep the guy that has experience, offers a similar level of play, and has a contract that we can get out of at any time essentially over the guy that could offer slightly better play (if he learns the system quickly and last year wasnt the outlier), for the same or more money, but have to make a long term commitment. 

Of the reasonable to semi reasonable options to replace Carr a trade for Stafford would intrigue me because I think he's a better QB than Carr and has the same type of contract, but I wouldn't give up a ton for him, outside of him I wouldn't be interested in a trade or free agent option at the position. I'm not against upgrading from Carr at all, but I'd look for a higher ceiling, cost controlled young prospect with the potential to fix the QB position for the next 15 years. I'd make a run at trading up for Tua or look in the later part of the first for a guy with that potential. 

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So do we try and resign Worley after bringing in Howard and resigning Lawson?

There's a bid in on him so now's the time if you want him back.

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