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  1. Barclays Premier League- 2017/18 Season Thread

    Bigger bigger question, is he even good?
  2. Summer 2017 Transfer Season

    I'm confused where he fits... like hell he's going to be okay with just playing in they FA Cup and EFL Cup.
  3. Summer 2017 Transfer Season

    ESPNFC is reporting that United and Ibra are finalizing a one year deal.
  4. Barclays Premier League- 2017/18 Season Thread

    Shaw and Young are back for United. While Young is merely a depth player, he's sure to have a role in FA Cup and EFL Cup matches. It will be interesting see Shaw's roll with the team.
  5. Barclays Premier League- 2017/18 Season Thread

    Happy for Rooney, seems to have made the right decision going with Everton.
  6. Potential Safety Cuts

    I almost included Exum actually. The only reason I didn't is because Minnesota analysts and fans seem to think that the Vikes will carry 5 safety's (Harrison Smith, Andrew Sendejo, Anthony Harris, Jayron Kearse, and Antone Exum).
  7. OLINE .

    The O-Line has been amazing other than a few backups (Silatolu, Clausell, and Gradkowski specifically). Even guys like Van Roten and France are playing well. Honestly this team deserves this and especially Cam after the past few years of poor o-line play (save 2015).
  8. Is SS Mike Adams a concern at this point?

    Ironically enough, Pops was graded by PFF as an above average safety in 2016 with an 82.1 grade (ranked 21st). It could take some time getting acustomed to the new corners he is playing with. Communication on the backend is key so hopefully these errors are just simply communication issues and not mental lapses. I will say our depth is quite concerning. I'm fairly comfortable with Southward but anyone beyond that really doesn't belong on an active 53 man roster.
  9. Potential Safety Cuts

    With the safety position being arguably the weakest position on the roster, I have compiled a list of potential cuts from the safety position. Feel free to add anyone you think I missed. Arizona: SS Rudy Ford- Drafted out of Auburn in the 6th round of the 2017 NFL Draft, Ford could find himself on the outside looking in due to a stacked safety room. Ford is said to be average in coverage but solid in run support and he brings some pop as a tackler. Ford led the Cardinals with 10 tackles in the Hall of Fame game against the Cowboys, but he has been sidelined with an injury ever since. Baltimore: FS Chuck Clark- Drafted in the 6th round of the 2017 NFL Draft, Clark is known for his consistency and his versatility with the ability to cover the slot. Pro Football Focus compares him to Adrian Amos of the Chicago Bears. Clark has 3 tackles and 1 QB hit in his two preseason games with the Ravens. Buffalo: SS Bacarri Rambo- Rambo has had a less than stellar career and graded out as the 88th ranked safety in 2016. The Bills recently brought Rambo back but he could easily become expendable if the Bills elect to go with special teams ace Colt Anderson. Rambo has 1 tackle and 1 QB hit in one preseason game with the Bills. Chicago: SS Harold Jones-Quartey- HJQ is a three year veteran out of Findlay who has bounced around the league a bit. HJQ is a typical in the box safety but his up and down play could lead to his exodus from Chicago. HJQ graded out as the 69th safety in 2016. Jones-Quartey has 1 tackle in two preseason games with the Bears. Cleveland: SS Ibraheim Campbell- Campbell could be a surprise cut for the Browns as they now have the ability to roll with Peppers and they have more depth at the safety position than they've had before. Campbell graded out as 85th safety in 2016. Campbell has not suited up for the Browns in preseason as he is currently out with a concussion. Dallas: SS Robert Blanton- Blaton is expendable simply because the Cowboys have younger options to go with at this point. The only issue with Blanton is that he's not a cover 2 safety. If Wilks incorporates more man, then Blanton could be a solid backup. One may remember Blanton's superb play in 2014 before his play began to tail off over the past few years. Blanton has 3 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, and 1 QB hit with the Cowboys this preseason. Denver: SS Jamal Carter- Carter is an undrafted free agent out of Miami and I'm sure he'd love to join up with his buddy Corn Elder. Carter has been making noise this offseason with the Broncos but he finds himself on a roster with a stupid amount of depth in the secondary. Carter led the Broncos with 6 tackles, 1 QB hit, and 1 fumble recovery in the Broncos opening preseason game. Kansas City: FS Steven Terrell- The Chiefs signed the former Seahawk but they could easily end up releasing him as they are loaded in the secondary. Terrell has seen his play on a slight incline since joining the league a few years ago. He was rated as the 75th safety in 2016. Terrell has 7 tackles and 1 pass defended in two preseason games. Los Angeles Chargers: SS Dexter McCoil- McCoil, a former CFL standout is a huge safety at 6-4. The Chargers are really high on this guy but he may lose a roster spot due to the numbers game. Though he didn't qualify to be ranked according to pro football focus, he did record a 61.6 grade in 2016. To put that in perspective, Colin Jones recorded a 43.4 rating in 2016. McCoil has 4 tackles through 1 preseason game for the Chargers. New England: SS Jordan Richards- The former 2nd round pick is buried on the depth chart and could lose out to the numbers game. In limited action he's been a solid player but there just isn't enough reps for him. In limited reps, Richards graded out with a 70.9 rating according to pro football focus. In two preseason games with the Patriots, he has 10 tackles. New York Jets: SS Shamarko Thomas- Thomas was a somewhat highly touted player out of Syracuse and has managed to put together a couple solid games with the Steelers but he could never string together multiple good games. He may earn a roster spot with Middleton on IR now for the Jets, but his roster spot is still in jeopardy. Thomas has 4 tackles and 1 tackle for a loss this preseason. New York Giants: SS Duke Ihenacho- Ihenacho has struggled a bit since entering the NFL but has managed to keep getting opportunities. He's injury prone and was ranked as the 80th safety in 2016 but he may be better than what's on the roster. Ihenacho has 1 tackle in one preseason game with the Giants. Philadelphia: FS Jaylen Watkins- Another case of there just not being enough room on the roster. Watkins graded out as the 66th safety in 2016 and actually performed adequately. He could be a solid backup for the Panthers. Watkins has 2 tackles this preseason.
  10. What's most impressive is that DA through it to the team in blue.
  11. Safety looks as unsafe as ever

    Safety is definitely the most worrisome position particularly because what we've seen is what we have (until cuts are made). At corner, we have Elder who is eventually going to be ready. At WR, Samuel is going to come in and hopefully provide a spark. Based off today, we have... FS: Coleman, Jones, Southward SS: Adams, McCray, Parms. So basically one injury away from a college level safety group.
  12. Pick one player to cut tonight...

    Hahahah had to fit that in there.
  13. Pick one player to cut tonight...

    Agree 100%, I poo on Harper a lot but the fact is he was in the right place most of the time but was just too slow. Jones is the opposite but even with his speed he can't make up for his poor positioning. So if you are going to be poor in pass coverage at lest be good in run coverage, but Jones was worse against the run then he was against the pass today. Example A Colin Jones truther could argue that, that was a block in the back but regardless he has the chance to wrap up right there and can't. I mean at least Teddy Williams can make plays against the run.
  14. Pick one player to cut tonight...

    Colin Jones. He's managed to hitch his wagon to this team but he was downright awful today and was pretty poor last week.
  15. Preseason Game 2 Winners and Losers

    O-Line outside of Silatolu, Clausell, Gradkowski, and Folkerts. Backup LT is a concern if Matt were to ever go down. But top to bottom the unit looks good. Matt Kalil has been a solid surprise; Norwell & Turner have been stellar as always; Ryan is Ryan; Darryl Williams has gotten much better; Moton has been really impressive; Tyler Larsen is as good of a backup center you'll find; Chris Scott is an adequate backup at right guard; Dan France and Van Roten have been solid depth at guard; and Yankey has been solid as well grading out as the top left guard for week one.