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R0CKnR0LLA

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Looks like we landed at least 4 starting caliber players from the 2014 draft class

08 December 2014 - 12:56 AM

Benjamin is going to be a perennial 1000+ yard 10+ TD receiver

 

Trai Turner and Andrew Norwell are both beasts and are going to lock down our OG spots for years to come. I mean just look at this fuging shtt

 

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Bene, can't say enough about this kid. Graded out as the 2nd best DB in the league early on before he was hurt. Now coming back he's played spectacular against one of the best QBs in the game. Not only was his coverage tremendous, he forced one of our only two turnovers with an INT and almost nabbed a second. Oh and he also lead the team in tackles. For a 5th rounder this guy may be one of the biggest steals out of the entire draft.

 

While the guys listed above have already proven themselves as starter material there's still Kony Ealy and Tre Boston that could potentially factor in. At the very worst they'll be quality rotational/depth players. The only flop we had was our 6th rounder and he was cut because he got injured, it happens.

 

It's a great haul for only having 6 picks. We also landed 3 starters last year (Star, Short and Klein) with only 5 picks. We only have one more season of cap hell and then a huge amount of money (~80 million) opens up. If we use that money wisely and continue drafting like this (and hopefully upgrade the coaching staff) then this team is going to be a real force.

 

Despite some of the horrendous lopsided losses this year I'm very optimistic for the future. We are in MUCH better shape moving forward than any other team in the NFC South. In a couple years I can see our division turning into something like the AFC South or AFC East where we easily lock up the division title every season while the other 3 teams are fighting just to stay out of last place.

 


Have an extra $4? Go see the epic Colt McCoy vs Shaun Hill shootout

06 December 2014 - 04:16 AM

Redskins-Rams tickets are selling for under $5

 

It's sure to be a battle of the ages.


Trying out something on FanDuel

12 November 2014 - 05:48 PM

I'm averaging projected point totals from numerous sources. Then I'm applying that data to the salary cost to figure out which players give the highest expected return in relation to cost. PPPC (projected points per cost) if you will. With this information I'm creating a roster that mathematically has the maximum projected points possible given the restraints of cap space and player cost.

 

The mathematics pushed me into picking players I wouldn't normally. From my own personal eye test it looks like a middle of the road roster but this is what the math gives me as the best possible roster combination overall (at least according to projections). This will be the first week I'm trying this out, I'll update with how it goes.


welp fug this team

10 November 2014 - 09:57 PM

Go Cardinals!


Over the last 3 weeks, Mike Shula's offense has averaged less points...

06 November 2014 - 09:42 PM

...than the 2010 Jimmy Clausen and lame duck John "lulz don't care anymore" Fox lead Panthers.

 

Discuss.


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