O-Ther

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  1. Offensive Line

    Yeah, it's make or break year for him. He's accrued 2 seasons, and players with 3 or more can't go on the PS. His international exception applies to the 10 player limit, but can't override his accrued seasons. Normal waivers apply right now. Any player released with less than 4 accrued seasons goes through waivers. 4 or more don't. It's after the trade deadline in the regular season that every player released goes through waivers no matter how many seasons they accrued.
  2. Good read on UDFA WR Keyarris Garrett

    Another article from same website exclusively about Garrett. Explains why he'll need plenty of coaching and patience. http://www.thebackyardbanter.com/reception-perception-keyarris-garrett-is-a-unicorn-in-this-draft-class.html He lined up only on the right side of the field. He ran slants the most, then curls and nines. While the combination of nines and curls is a good 1-2 punch of vertical and short threats, he needs more diversity in his routes or it will be easy to defend him. Slants were the route he ran the most, but he had a below average score on that pattern. Garrett doesn't display elite quickness, causing sloppiness on that route, which hurts his production on slants. He does well against man and press coverages, but tends to get lost in zones, not finding the correct spot to sit down in. He also is easier to tackle than someone his size should be. The good news is, setting up defenders to miss tackles, finding spots in zone, running a more diverse route tree, and lining up on the left side are teachable skills. Bad news is, it won't happen overnight, so anyone hoping Garrett will be an instant #2 WR will be sad.
  3. Beau !!

    in before "can he play corner?"
  4. LOL Replaced.

    Not even a giggle? I gave myself a concussion typing that question for you.
  5. LOL Replaced.

    I thought Miles was parked next to a phone in Chicago to turn in our picks? Who's really issuing these numbers? ANSWERS ARE DEMANDED!!!!!!!
  6. Bradberry given JNo's number

    Sometimes, a number is just a number. Like Freud said, "Sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar" I guess the real question is which of the 3 draftees is going to be Zod's regular guest on the podcast now?
  7. Bradberry given JNo's number

    Like drafting CA-P and giving him #34 last year?
  8. They are. Brandon Wegher got a domestic violence charge for beating up his brother. Samey-same, but different, but still the same.
  9. Everyone take a deep breath.....

    If his brother does not use the women's restroom, then that DV doesn't count. Amidoingitright?
  10. Show Of Hands...Who Loved This Pick...?

    I was burned out on Hurney before the 2012 draft happened Picking Luke in the 1st with Beason here puzzled me, picking Silatolu in the 2nd had me wondering, "Who?", picking Alexander in the 4th re-assured me we were addressing DE, picking Joe Adams in the 4th made me think, "we upgraded our punt returner", picking Norman in the 5th looked like we took a flyer on a Carolina kid, picking Nortman in the 6th made me wonder, "Why? We're not the Jaguars, we're the other, more successful expansion team from 1994," and I had no thoughts on 7th rounder DJ Campbell since I stopped listening by then.
  11. Some merit to what you're saying, so I should clarify developing young players. I define it as the young players that are on the 53. These are the guys the coaches definitely want to hang on to, since practice squadders can be signed away at any time by any other team, like we did with Delaire. Not saying Byrd or Dismukes or Yankey or anyone else won't make it, but they didn't make it to the 53 last year
  12. Some merit to what you're saying, so I should clarify developing young players. I define it as the young players that are on the 53. These are the guys the coaches definitely want to hang on to, since practice squadders can be signed away at any time by any other team, like we did with Delaire. Not saying Byrd or Dismukes or Yankey or anyone else won't make it, but they didn't make it to the 53 last year
  13. Hurney valued punters enough to draft Nortman in the 6th round of 2012. Hurney ain't here no mo. We've recently drafted or claimed young players to develop at every position, except TE and QB. Also, of the O-line backups, Gradkowski is more of a reclamation project since we are his 3rd team, Chris Scott's probably maxed out with 2016 being his 5th year, leaving Daryl Williams as the only young player we are developing on the O-line. I'd say we use our 2 remaining picks to get young players at 2 of those 3 areas, possibly even trading both to move back into the late 4th round to grab a guy that's fallen.
  14. Gettleman is a genius

    Correct. It's also the highest we've drafted any CB since 2008 3rd rounder Charles Godfrey (his original position, before we converted him to Safety when he sucked at corner), 2006 2nd rounder Richard Marshall, and 2004 1st rounder Chris Gamble, who coincidentally announced the Bradberry pick. We've neglected the Corner position for a loooooooooong time.
  15. Gettleman's biggest weakness IMO

    If some team is willing to trade UP to draft a KICKER in round 2, then Gettleman can't trust the other 31 GMs to know what their doing and put the same value Gettleman does on players. Quite frankly, that's how he can find players like KK and Trai Turner in the 2nd and 3rd rounds